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The Thirty-First Annual Report of the Committee of the LONGREACH HOSPITAL. TO THE GOVERNORS AND SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

The Thirty-First Anima! Report of the Committee of the LONGREACH »SPITAL; - * --: o :- .. - .. > : TO THE GOVERNORS AND SUBSCRIBERS. Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Committee have tho pleasure in presenting to you the Thirty first Annual Report of the Institution for the year ended 31st January, 1023, together with the Surgeon's Report, Statement of ^Receipts and Ex penditure and. Comparative Tables. . . v The hospital has experienced a fairly even year-the number of pa- tients treated was »lightly more than tho previous year and shows a small increase over the average treated in past years-the cases were well distributed over the twelve months-the lowest number admitted in any one month being twenty and greaest number fifty-nine. The accommoda- tion has not yet been taxed with theoutbreak" of any' serious epidemic. The financial statement shows that ' £1311/11/"G more has been ex- pended than received, the receipts £5093/S/6; are below those of last year ; there was an unexpected dro...

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

ll KAU ori'ICE * *5tóE%-SYDNEY. OPEN FOR'ALL CLASSES OF demeral Bah ki hg1 Business . ?" In the Prlnrcipat Cities and Towns of Australia, New Guinéa (2) and London (2). Savings Barsk-Deparíment at all Branches, anil Savings Ban ic Ajjtsncioa at 3189. Past Offices through Qout tho Commonwealth of Australia, Territories of Papua and New Guinea, Solomon Islands Protectorate, and other; parts of the Pacific. 3i% Interest on Deposits up to £1,000. 3% Interest on Amounts over ¡51,000 up to ¿31,300. Deputy Governor: Govornor: JAMES KELL. Sir DENISON M2LLER?. K.G.M.Q. AH Bedding is made in our own Factory, from first=class Materials only, under thoroughly sanitary ^conditions, v . FïBÏ^E MATTRESSES. 2ft. 6in. FIBRE MATTRESS, for Single Bed,.22/- each. 3ft. FIBRE MATTRESS, for Single Bed, 27/6. . 3ft. 6in. FIBRE MATTRESS,\ for Threjequarter Bed, 31/6,. 4ft. 6in. FIBR^MATTRESS; - for . Double Beílí ÊÔ/ir-- -' " KAPOÇ MATTRESSES. 2ft. Gin. KAPOC MATTRESS, for Single Bed, 41/- each. 3ft. KAPOC ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Reviews. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

"From Messrs Gordon and Gotch, throug T. F. Barker, stationer und booksolle Longreach, we have received a budget ( magazines, which are reviewed below : Finger-Print Problems.-"It ls some times stated that the police do not mak enough use of science. I cari Only say tnt whenever we do get a case where scier, tifie systems appear to be demanded w are only too glad'..to employ them. Th trouble is that there are so few cases i which science can assist. "Person ally, I have not the least doubt that selene has helped the theif more than the police the' detection of ordinary crimes, such a burglary, is much more difficult at th present time than it was a hundred year ago." Extracts from an article by the Hon Trevor Bingham, C.B., Assistant Com missioner at Scotland Yard. Published ii "The Detective' Magazine" for Decembei 22, 1022. This is No. 1- of a new publica tion published every alternate Friday. Tho Premier Magazine.-The Christ nw Number of this publication is onkrfged tc 116 pp. Th...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Motor and Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

*, . u . - ^T- An effort is to be made in tho near future fto establish"-*new motor ear figures for the trip across Australia froni West to East. Dr. Manning? a well-known Sydney motor- ist is to make the attempt, using his Dun- lop shod 30 h.p. "Vauxhall," the same, car that has recently captured the Brisbane Sydney and Melbourne-Sydney records. Ariángcments are-, now being made as to - selection of route to be followed, petrol sup- plie-, etc. There are two existing records for this trip-the Coastal route via Ade f . laido and Melbourne to Sydney, standing tb <<he credit of Messrs Fraser and Arm . strong on a G-cylinder Studebaker, the .2950 miles taking S days 23hrs. 35min's ; K , and the direct route, via Broken Hill to Sydney, 2G00 miles, by E. Burton on a ^ "Hupmcbile" in 7 days 12hrs. 30mins. The probabilities are that Dr. Manning will fol- low an entirely new- route after entering South Australia. He anticipates-all go- ing well-to accomplish the Transc...

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

The, supreme ; t ;í advantage Ojf ^.^'is/vite- 'pei^ct mixing^ J ;v -. .High power machihtó* ¿y^'l cíb .this so thorouglil^;, ^;:v>rJ i:; -!} '-y that ( ¡no Stime >is¿ ;lo^í^|Sil j evenly from the brush 1 \* I ancï % t if'* possesses^, an " "7/1 - V/ i elastic, A.,suiv- resisting ? i " 'si.'..'.. V -'V. (;.. / JCÄ|JP*^ v&r?$|ii£^ .;'HT 11 fi f m ' '::'^^^^ÏWM. " ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ . ^f»< M ll - ll ia ll ? I ll«»yijyj|^ v. ; J V^j. It may be 'J^>;yof*'.ifi; Jk%'o[&/tpzi>s'P:_jjfr'qf" '-fr //£')' ^¿7^/7^^^ .Vvvl' Do nat failio particípate fri ty 8 ^íw|-;-H> Drawings whick Like .place about ^\ . .y'l - - every fortnight ? ??? "'"¿''J ?ft- -jj." j ;H<- S 1 3\ B3 s- ase® - * :* ~;:<; J J. (Subitâ to !21n/" Federal Tax). . Ï J - j !4f . I00.00Q tickets'«».'5/3 «ich. add 4d post«ge irv jj; J svhen wriliri^ direct to incluoe l\esult. Slip . . ifc: jj; x .. .'. a Tickets are 6/1 through a&cnls. ? . 2* ?' I v --?-:-» . "^f The...

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

Mutdoch iailored er your Easter --- NOW! npiME is necessary for GOOD Tailor ing-the Murdoch kind! Yet for this BETTER Tailoring it costs you LESS than ordinary-prices quoted elsewhere. - ? ?* ? The explanation is simple! The cloth for your Suit comes from the Mills to you direct. Murdoch allows no middleman's profits to increase the cost of your Suit. ? ? * This enables Murdoch's to make you a dis- tinctive, perfectly-fitting, comfortable Suit from excellent quality Australian Woollen Tweeds for To'obtain this degree °f con- ¿¿jL mmm mm ^£*Ê scientious, careful workman- ,flw kmÊÊÉ ^k*J ship for your Easter Suit, TQ YOUR MEASURE early ordering is essential. ^awuiiiu Send this Coupon for a 'nice Other sp/endid Fox Serge assortment of thé New En3jjsh Tweed«, Suit _ , _ . values, at Season s Patterns. £4/18/9, «5/13/9, & £6/10/ POSTAGE PAID ON ALL GOODS COUPON - MESSRS. MURDOCH'S IN PARK-ST., LTD. SYDNEY. Dear Sirs,- - » \ : Please send me free of alj cost a nice range of your N...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Motor Car Collides with Telephone Post. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

-Motor Car Collides' withi? TéloplioMo^P^si^^V' On Jviohday night last at apqii't. $ : o'clöolc'^f"; ' a car,' driven "by Mr.". J. Clegg, whxi was '-sué compahie'd . hy "Messrs ' D.-:-; Gavin-, J: .W.pOô'iî^'i; . Hall, and, J. Dé'nettë, - Collided' with a tele . phone,: post - on the /Hospital-road.' ;it:-;ap\^ \ peal's jithai '.the party ; .were pro.ceeding;:iH'ö:i':i'.''-', the ^Longreach Hospital, whither 'Mi^D^ííf ' ; . etto ; wa^' going foi>,the purpose . ö'jSvhaying''-;:.-;.-' . a broken' wrist attended .to. When ;leavhvgr ¿ "Longreach the car lights were burning, bu^^_ ..shortly after must have gone out, it bcu^^^J stated that , when passing tjie Railway H^^^H tel the lights;were out. About 200 yj^^^^l beyond the hotel,; theA d:;.1 ver is stat|^^^^H <have turned Taside to'\i-void Dec1|^^^^^^|| with the result that he coiiifled 'w^^^^^^H phone post as.stated. Mr. Glegg wa^^^^^^^^H forward .oh to the wheel which brc^^^^^^fl whilst f«M'r.'''; Clegg. received injuri...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Hartigan Tour. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

'/ The jaar Ügan-Tour. -.' -; The Longreach / :-.Cricket .;. T. Asspeiaiian: solicits the .ásslstancev.pí^hé..ïSp(prts^ô^.-th'è^:;v:. . community "in- tfie /matter. (óf Raising, th ejje-hV, cessary gûai;antèe' to^ enable- the. tour. to(;.b©. ., m.atle¿ ; Straight-out -*dóiiations*.are not ask . etlsfoi'. Anyone; \yillihg. .tb assist by acting :: as aícdíguarantor jls ; requested toicommunf- > , . catè. Syith.ithe^SeçrétaVy r (Mr. E. --H> Glas- - .¡son,-!iEmu^stréèt; Longreach, - Phone-.. 323). " So<íar the'-appeal-has met -with- a. generous - resppnse,: <.ibut£owing- tO' the- withdrawal .pf : . , Aramac -it; ;4ias.^bae1i '.'found -necessary ; to !: (.increase t'hei Longreach ;guaranteë' to ~£iOÖ: ^ ; . Whb a<:ill:help ^^Ùp^tp^ate^he: following . gentlemen-''have%Uara^^ ,R. L. .H. "Peterson,. £ 10/if)/t.; N. R. -Mdirvayt"'." ;C. AJ. Elliott, .R. F.j Cçeraghe,.,T. ~$I'ty$atèx,:' X' .£5yf5/^/ea;ch +^.$1; Gory; añd<H;.p^^eéri-:;í; wood, ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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WEEK-END CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

J . - // . WEEK-END CRICKET. 'V.-t''-;;l'h'el^öilö'vrtng: team has been selected;tb v ' - jji'lay; .for /the Shamroclcs in their fixture":-, /. vbrsus/hazeldean bri Saturday next :-"^;'^>\ -"/Glasson, J. W.-Dowling, J. M. Durkin,/^"^; /./White;? W. "''Lawrence, ...S. Byrne, W/, Finley^ J-./::Woödman, G, ? Slcath, W. Bai-rett, and'«, .- A:'Gavin- -;' ' ? . _ ' " //."-^P'^i^?^ "/ ; , la their fixture -against 31ués /ón ^unday;^ -, next -Edwards Martin will be'represerited'tíylíií Ai; M. "Savage, H. B. Menzies, Si WpOd^Vííí - Gavin, H, Chambers,. P. Bunn, Hall,/ Fysft","^?; E. Large, E. Thorpe, - P. Bogers. ... .Bnïërg^?; en ci es, J. . Jennings, "and J. Martin. \Z?'^X&è . The Blues, team will be as ..folibwaiTt^Kf^S S. Moffat, Dr. Brown, F. R.' ? CbryV/'H^p^l . Jvre^K,,;J2¿r A.: Savage^ ¿E.. : Hamlltbnj^Tfg;^ îlamilton, .. E: ' A./Allen, ./H. Smíthr\ S^Ben^is) >;iiett¿^» ^ -^läWd-^Wi^^^Bbydi'-^/c ;::i.^ir^^ß^r^ V(j^¡CJííéBtollowing^téàm- wil r^Bresçnt^thgi^ jÄHä^deanS Gb...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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OBITUARY. MRS. H. N. USSHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

OBITUARY. .X^rf-r : MRS; H. N. USSHER/- ' .Last week there passed. away -" at her : - .residence, We£t-stréetv.rMounXiMprgán¿ Airs, ; / 'r.Í. N.- Ussher, one of the very old residents^ /- -Oí Móuiit Morgan (says tho Mount Morgan':' Correspondent of the Rockhampton ''ivTorh- * ^-ing- Bulletin''). The deceased wiis bpniaf Ji.ántm'érsmith, London, and came i:*to ¿ /-(Queensland sixty-one years ago. Neatly./. (~/half- pf the? .'..intervening. period she spent /. '/ ir,,/IVIount/Morgan. Up till a few months / " . ago íihér enjoyed good health and Avas able> '?ú.(tpjvs'e^/..ánd';réatt without the. aid of glasses/ vr-At/ßhVistmastime she spent, sèveral weeks / ?/4/fthvtw Yeppoon. A few //'('dayVafter/ her return to Mount Morgan, she?-/; :fJ%jégáiTíé>.iir-'yith' (gastritis and her. position .?jc(s'ô(on''-(j3éôamë critical. Fortunately one of / her /sons (Mr.' Neville^Ussher). and two of/ ii ev .daughters. ;(Mrs. JU. 'B. Gooch aiut/Mrs./r! T. F. (Rarker)/«wei*e iahle to he with her dur...

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

J * Eagle-sti'cet, L0^GREAO^^¿/J 1 . ~ .F.A.I.S.-" ~ "-\CV' .J-!^". , COMPANY ''S^^TAiÖ^^^I1 ¿,if lt ' ? 'J\CCÓ^NTA^T"Í^Í^^ jj-j LO N G R E AÇ [CHCOMBE, CARSON, S ;. L.1MITKI). . .: ^;;;:';¿;i^.;^-^.:.; INKERS, STOCK AND STATION,: AGENTS, ? \ ,':--v./V LONGUE ACH ^ ' / ¿ : I nutation regarding Wobl^ Stock, Machinery, etc., will -hp Sflvcét on application to the (tiuiger-G. A. TACNÏOX. -Imperial ; Höttrl ' RtTÜilinss;^''^ :5l^Àpamâc AthleticyChú^g^^, Í^|^^art§í|^^ U_J£aiden Handicap, £4/10 / ^;>AjaWa^öu^j:^ dlcnpT £25 ;,rMarattion -Handicapais T MAÍDEÑi HA^ .£^ Ó3rd :ÍÓs;;' ;iÑom^ ARAMÁ.G ?;^HA^IGA^,^l;2^í|^8^^s'^ . (ceptlanceí B/w>.¿;- ví"^-'?'^^^ J, M/ARATH0Ñ4HÁ^ '/;£ÍQ-;;'2ncl .cóptánce - ' 2/tf.: .'-r^kTx¿ : -THljÖTWiNGlAT WICKET. ^ï^/i^omMs^il " ' STjS-p.PI NG -A DISTANGEr "1 ^^^ájgí^. HOP, BTEP À ; 15/-. '.2nd ?57M<rmmÍñ^ñ^»^^^^^ ' '. BOY'S RACE Cuiiqé*?t4¡)i:^^fe5^t^)ía^ .: 2 / ^ .,; . . rW^ GIRL'S -RACE ' imAw'^.^-f'ÍJ^^^^^^ :.:2/6;-^:.::.-' v. -f ," Í11Q1GYG...

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

. .*.** *. ...*'..... -.' ' SWIMMING.. . \. Tho . weekly" ^wini " of the. ^Longreach-"' /Am'afo'ur*;;SwlmnViji'gV:.ciùb:-:>y'as held at tho ! Coiincil Baths on THursday-hight .last. The 4th swim for., ladles OveY,'1 lap; ' the 4th; swim, for 'juniors over 2 'laps and G. lap ' ;|SAVim for seniors, took placo, together with thè-usual diyesi. Tlie following are the' re- sults :-Ladies-1st" heat : I. Pennington 13secs 1st, S. Davies scr. 2nd' ; time,.13Osees. 2nd heat : -E. . Pennington-13secs .1st, A. Isaacs 12secs 2nd '; time; 27sec. Final, E. Pennington' ist,r I. - penriihgtpn ^ .2nd; A. v '?slsaacs 3rd; time, 27secp. .^Juniors-1st" heat : J. AÍterator Dsecs,1st;, J*; Ross li) , secs 2nd1:; timé, 4Osees. . 2nd. heat ?? : E; :Bobkèr 2sec 1st, !'J. Wyland' and S.' .Searles s dead heat 2nd ;, time, 35secs.;. 3rd' heat : p." RossbergV-12'sècs ist,; H: ^Michaelis 4sëcs , 2nd..; timeVr43secs. . ' 1st ; sêmi-flnal :"* -tí. : Michaelis--1st; J. Ross' ^nd, ;ytime, 3Osees. ... 2nd semi-fina...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Commercial. CHARLEVILLE HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

Commercial. i r CiL^BXEVlMJE HOUSE SALE; r. pur Charleville correspondent wired yes-, térday as follows :-McPhie & Coy's/horse ( Sale concluded yesterday. There "was a big yarding of " horses throughout the(,sales,' animals of good quality, brought excellent , -prices, but, nor^niarket' ;',for" nondescripts. . Good station horses, (of- right '.ages,-found ready market . in ( draught (and. light class lines, light sorts up to £2#,-v best cdi-au^hts tp-'£25r(poriies*f sold, real; welhto. ,£16;: Con- sidering dry weather and ' outlook generally . the sale was a success., : =.. V: ' VDalgéfyytfe Coy;, T3TO^¡ Rockhampton," are -inV receipt^ôf ^he following '-telegram; from ' their Sydney - office, tindeiv, date -'of ,19(th instajit*":-Offered -5200 bales to-day, chief- ly ' f i.om5-' -NorIhren ¡ Southern and Western Tablelands, 'including médium! to good sé- lection of merinos showing fine quality ajjd good jBpnditibh\valsb?ufair-aelcctlQh bf córíie -ibacks'; 'arid crossbreds. .'...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Triffes and History. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

bus liëréï fów Ùiat chess^ hpw ;;mány"' knöw-^hat^h^^^ë^vety^; ¿Veri ca: once" -huhig/on/ the/']iqe^iit|-ö àC chess ' ? /For- mah^/yéarq,^íwí--?'?L-~ - Llie ''^iiy;/:Dispatc:fö^ Jnterést anyone connected J~jCó\x rt i ri - his belief/ that idTTT&yond the-setting:sun.- "He de'-* try Fr^ce,-rbiit;^n^.Ö«ie'eh':,b^'-Tii^;.'' she ; made anötheri'att'ernM>--Í6.^ King. ^Shö.^.föiirid Hi» Majesty/, her distyr&Lnce causing him/ kth.e..-worstxftérrial- torture allí' Rumbas iiy.particular. Ij.ateiv ?n-that, the granting ot her/ on t,»e result of the i» went f rom¿ bad Jdds . to I into " i nie, [his läge

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Clergyman Suggests Move Hotels. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 23 February 1923

Clergyman Suggests : Move Hotels^ : - : * Archdeacon Saxpn,~of Cessnock, ¡N.S. Wales, in evidence before the West Mait - land Licensing Court, advocated the es .^-:tabUshment:vOfyrmore'-hotel8r''asi"a>'m^anB'':'öf:'' s regulating"the liquor traffic. Although he was opposed tp drink, and believed-that ^ if "there,were vno hotels things would be better,-4he? was of - opinion . that more hotels í ; -would lessen - the .evils already, existing. If >; ???? he,- could* get ^yone-to i finance - him, added ? the, archdeacon, he. tvrould '; run-..an--/hotel - > : himself,r^not because he was- in 'favour :': ot - hotels, buj^ because he" was interested in man, and would do anything to help him. Hotels, which were' over interested m the ...fhaf .trade, were^not being run.-to the- best ' .,. '.-advantages of:, the ujublíc; - :The' archdeo-con waÄ-givuig-.evidence regarding .an applied-; -r». tion .fortthé^ransfer¿ of ;a" license from Bis- - u--n«hOP?s ¿¡Bridge-:-\to,-'Cessnóck..\-'-,^F...

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New Settlers' League. FORTNIGHTLY NEWS BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

I i New Settlers' League. <\ u . "?' -- : o :- ?. ?".. -r FOIITNIGHTIJY NEWS BUDGET. " ,. t i State Council.-At the first 1923 meet ing of"the State. Council of the League, the. General Secretary presented his report on jr t'he activities of the -League in Queensland ^ during December and January,, and an out- line of progress of immigration" matters 1 grenerally, " ; v Among- other things it was " pointed, out" that there are now 102 branches of the League v operating in this State with most satisfactory results. ¿ .' .' .',.' During the months of December and. 8£ January '{¡ 50 assisted new settlers 'arrived !¡. in Queensland from overseas.- This is .a ? : considerable increase on .the figurés for the. same period of the previous year. It was §0, emphasised, that these figures only applied to those assisted by the 'Gpverpnient, but f£ in addition to these a considerable number Ml- of splendid new settlers .arrived having' paid eft"; their own fares, and again fair numbe...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

. .COMMITTEE MEETING. / The newly-elected committee then met to ; consider the tenders for supplies for the year. Tenders for groceries were received from Messrs J. H. Boldemnn' and Messrs./Gordon and Gibson, the hitter tender wits con- sidered out of order as it was not accom- panied by a detailed list. Boldeman's "ten- der was referred to thc chairman and Mr. Durkin, with power to act after perusal of "the-detailed list. "Tenders for the sup- ply of bread were received from Messrs. H. l-l. Blow», H. Brñdhauer. and M. "L¡. Meyer, and it was decided that the two latter being the lowest be given month about. Supplied of_meat were tendered for by Savage-' Bros., R: Bowe, and W. 'Tanks,' and it" was decided that .each re- ceive a month in turn. A Vote of thanks to the chairman -for presiding terminated the meeting. ' i

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Heavy Weather in Britain LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

Heavy Weather in Britain " '-' LONDON, Tuesday. 7-v Gales''blowing yseventy -miles an hour are .. raging in- many districts of Britain and; ¿ riuitíeroüs wrecks are reported. Many riy^-. ?ers are: cunning-torrent>like. in. Wales and^j? 'Yörkshire,'.:arid several lives : haye,; :beeir#r lost. ... ""'-... .:^.?.?.v:--r/ .ir;-' ^;x--r;r;-'^^^.\^| -TWÓ ; steamer: Reliótebound^^br¿¿^a>ritíuri; : '"Qi>]Lbí; lided in. ai.thick fog:.^ Béí tíearj "Heligbláhd;^ ther: Echo's' ?orew^.^inciüdih nuite;:iarfe-/missing. ?^.'ti^^^^Ñ^^^^^ -launching^^

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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IN IRELAND. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

If - ÍN IRELANOr, ', '«s^D^e^Valera^hair-, informed =. the'-íBeirublican, p^rrny .-Association1 that ¡he..;, cann ot/agree to. : í^¿¿the proposai of ; a-truce; : which. ?:i-wpuld.-.-.b.e^ '^^egärJjgd-on-both" sides, as : breathing . space'^ ^^íhéVeín_.tov prepare ...for. a- ^violent resump-í;

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Longreach Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

V. Ijongrreaeh Rifle'Club. . ....J. ne roiiowing scorer, were made'by til»- ' members of the above at the last week-end practice.. The conditions being any thing" , but favourable :- 300 50Ó 600 T'al G. Thui-echt 27 27 28 S2 ~ E. Oliver . 22 29 30 SI W. Boehm . 26 28 23. , 77 P. Rawlins 23 27 23 73 R. Thurecht 24 24 24 72: F. Smith 27 23 22 * 72 H. Avery A 25 22 24 71 W. Baker 7 15 4 25

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