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The Senate. N.S.W. SECOND SEAT. A WIN FOR SENATOR MILLEN. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 5 January 1923
The Senate N.S.W. SECOND SEAT &nbsp; A WIN FOR SENATOR MILLEN &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY, Thursday &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Senator Millen has won the second Sen- ate seat for New South Wales, the final fig- &nbsp; ures for the second seat being: - &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MILLEN . . . . . . 279,975. &nbsp; GRANT ...... . . . 277,562. The count for the third seat is now pro- ceeding. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY, Friday. The three Senate cndidates returned for New South Wales are : - M'Dougall (La- bour), Millen (Nationalist), Grant (La- &nbsp; &nbsp; bour). This means a gain to Labour of &nbsp; two Senate seats. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Illicit Still. POLICE SEIZE PLANT AT SILKWOOD. THREE DEFENDANTS CHARGED INNISFAIL [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 5 January 1923
INNISFAIL The police here made a fine haul, seiz- ing an illicit still and plant in the Silkwood &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; area. They brought into town 100 gallons of distilled spirits and also a lorry of para- phernalia from what appears to have been a big distillery. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Three Italians who are alleged to have been found in the distillery have been ar- rested. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CAIRNS, Wednesday. &nbsp; &nbsp; The three men who were arrested at Innisfail yesterday in connection with the police raid on an illicit still appeared at the local Police Court gave their names as Sebastino Pennisi, Duiseppe Russo, and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Duseppe Turrisi. They were charged with having been found in possession of a quant- ity of spirits whereon dut...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 5 January 1923
?N. &nbsp; ?in the ? resulted ? [w]ickets and ?due to ?sson, who [sc]ore of ? not out. In- ?? score were seven 6ers, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ?? eight 2es. Hazeldean &nbsp; ?[c]losed the innings with ? to 123 runs ?. Cal- ? and it was hardly ex- ? would permit Shamrocks &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; to score the necessary run for a win. The unexpected happened, Glason laying the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; wood on freely and scoring rapidly much to the delight of the spectators. His time at the wickets was only 5 minutes. De- tails of the scores are as follows:- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; HAZELDEAN V. Boyd, run out..34 H.Galway retired ..51 A.Gibson B. Glasson..4 G.Mullins, b Conlon..1 A A?rchison B Sleath 0 V Heard, not out..26 N Hodeson B Righetti 0 Sundries .. 6 Six wickets for 122 Bowling:- Righetti one for 6, G.Sleath one for 16. J Conlon one for 18...
Longreach [?] [?]donians. [?] EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 5 January 1923
Longreach Caledonians. Hogmany Evening. On Saturday night an enjoyable func-tion, "Hogmanay", was held in the Masonic Hall, under the auspices of the Longreach Caledonians Association. Unfortunately the Chieftain, Mr James Inglis was unable to attend, and in his absence Mr. W.R. Boyd occupied the chair. There was a fair attendance of members and visitors, although the former were not in attendance in comparison with their strength, a fact said to be due to so many being out of town on holiday. After the loyal toast had been honoured, Mr W. L. Boyd submitted the toast of the evening "The Night We Celebrate," and in doing so said they all no doubt knew that Hogmanay was a peculiarly scotch term, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; the definition of which was "the time of gift-giving." Christmas time and the com- ing of the New Year was celebrated by &nbsp; &nbsp; all Christian nations, but the Scotch form of celebrating the passing of the old year and the co...
BLUES.—2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923
^ ' ' BLUES.-2nd -Innings.' -' C - - ? . T.-, MçMaster, b Durkin : . . .. v... . .. Ou, Meares, c Smith, b Durkin 0» ' Cory,' b Smith.:. 0 Bennet,"not out ....... 3^ .Kv-Hamilton, c. Gorman,' b Durkin >> . .. . ,2v Di\ Brown, c , O'Rourke,, b- Durkin-.. ; 0^ E. Hamilton, b Smith .t... - 3J 'Miller, 'C Conlon, b Durkin . . 10 , Ellis, b Durkin . f ?>v &lt;r~ Sundry.- 1 * ? - "j Bowling 'Durkin 0V f¿i* C, "Smith 2 for^ 2. '* " ,f , ^ - . Umpires : Messrs.. Creaghe and . Heath. :r
BLUES.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923
V'> V" jßlAjUS'.--1st 'íhnlngs.? V, " -.. T.^McMaster, .c Byriíey b Durkin ., :- . ¿, v 0« Meares,.-c Glasson, b Durkin.D' Cory", not outr .."..'..... 29^ Bennet,*st. (Fuller, b,"Durkin .&lt;-.*(..... 1', ' K. Hamilton, (l.b.V.,' b Glasston ?.. .&lt;.. 6* - Dr. Brown,' b Smith ...... "V.. \.-.. Si E Hamilton, b Smith -.:.&lt;. -2* ? Miller, run : out :\.. .. . ; ..» ." ' Ellis; A> , Smith _"....li ' Sundries ..-.i.Tii" 8 ' , - _a ,. * - 'N " " ' * - «Ol I, ^Bowling: Dunkin ' 8 for-lG, Smith 3 for 16, Glasson 1 for 12, Conlon 0 for 8. ' J
SHAMROCKS.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923
Glasson, st. E. Hamilton, b Cory, 92. Smith, h.o.w.,1 b'Miller,-.-.\?.^. ¿.. ir - O'Rourke, bt Miller . :.'.... 2 P. Ryan,.b JKyiler.V.1, ^Fuller, c Meares, b Cory-.'.. 8" Comían, not1''outr .!..".. 1* Durkin,-b Miller-'.. ;. 0^ Sundries ...&lt;ri . . . . ^* . *.« Sk Innings-closed; 6 "wickets .'for -V i >. 118-v. Bowling : Milier- 4 for 36, Brown 0 fori', ' 28, .Cpry 2'for 51\ ( ^ " '
Blues v. SHAMROCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923
yii -replied with-^1^ rickets /Glasson .Ó?)/; -^ líorA Bhies failed completely;;^a.py.^t^ëïiïjfi^'/' Tfe Ae innings closed:, fpr£ä'>u^ ? i^ers trundled for Sha'mroc^ Ttvfhg an .average'- !of" M'Tp^'^iy^'M^^'S ?ith Tone wicket to. f jù,fc'nn''dVbfeVbail^tip -go; Rfore "time" Shamrocks''.'.*, ^^r'j^'y^ijthjih^: fight of a f our-ppi.n't 'win,^and^ín'üó^^;uïè,:> [elight of tho Shaniróol«?r|3urkiiiV^^ (secure a wicket with Vt lie .rom^ us giving his - teitin-'-a Stra1^£-but.-. wiilV. \ails follow :- ??'''V:;'-';vvN'- 'W;
ARAMAC v. LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923
' -Aramac-The following -team has been chosen* to represent Avamac^v. -Epngreach af 'Aramac on' Sbnday next the 14th &lt;_ inst : -King, V.""Seaton, H. Seaton, .Duke, Brown, Buchan, Southgate, C. Laurence, H, H. Lawrence,.- Green, X.och,V Emergencies : Gib"bs,i*Kingston, Paterson.,.... l!"r&lt; : Longreach.-The following player« '.will /^fr "represent Longreach in the above match > --R. J. Willcocks, N. S. Moffat, W. Mc- . ¿ - Master, 'E. Fuller, 33-. H. Glasson. J. W. ' , ; , « " Dowling, JB. Thorpe, S. Smith, W. Rogers,' .»>' B.'-Case, "H. D. Meares. Twelfth, man, ¿R. * \ * t: ' R. Edkins ' ; thirteenth man, F.. Cory,--.. * f -j1' . Cars'v.-ill'leave Longreach at 5' pi.m.^Oí» Saturday.." ,* ? .>-'. /, ' 1 ' s&lt;
Motoring. Ford Cars at £37. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923
: ' T Motoring. / ;.: .>. .' t --:-: tr:-- . . '?]."-?': . : 'Ford Cars at £57. t ,Writing from 17J5.A., Mr. Marry .Curtis,??? .; of, 'Armidale, states :: The Ford car can: ; be; ? bought" hei'e at the present, time for £5.7:' complete,- tyres for same cost 30/-, while/ ? - petrol is ;3,/3i an Imperial gallon, so motor/' , ing .ougfht to be cheap, although transporta'-/ ^tion .charges, are high enough for I had to > íí:;Pnyv27./C .to. get six articles of luggage .from'; 'i the - boat-to the central station.-"Tenter- ' -field V3tar."
The P.P.U. ANNUAL MEETING. W.J. VOWLES ELECTED PRESIDENT. BRISBANE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923
; The P.P.U. . M- .a'iie.Ännuai.'me.etine of tho Primary Pro v^ducersf^i was held yesterday, ..when ft/was' decided that Hvor king ' ari;ange jVn>énts^ÎJn.'ïthe House may be entered into .with/'-the other anti-socialistic : political ^pártiés having kindred objects. It was pi,r V;tt^eV:"/r'ecbmméndèd'' that the State Country % Party,re-open the question of the allot /.ment' bf seats and the allocation of spheres /oto;bperatuíh/ ;. ' -/ &lt; . /.Mr,' 'i/V: J. Vbwles was elected;;president .i for the ensuing year. , . ,'\ . . :)v,A. ^ :
Commercial. SYDNEY WOOL SALES—OPENING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923
Messra. ¿Winchcombe,;. C&vson,^jj^¿ ^íe¿ . , graphed,. fronin-Sydney , on. Monday as fol- lows; :- ' ' t - S^/ Competition was: most. 'keénand..general at.' our opening Sydney, wool sale - to-day. .rAmerica:-and Japan, very- active,: Continent"' and;; Yorkshire ; buying freely; . . ' Super;«.wools ..'^unchanged., All other merinos, including skirtings^ 5 -to li^ jier cent r dearer. .&lt;". Cros^.. : breds firm; We sold- T Yass merino ?fl.eeco.v .,323d ; : Wagga «merlnoj';31idv; Newr England) l T merino, 3Q5d ; Burjeowa .merino,. 3Qd j De, ¡ /bingra'; merino; ;30Jd ;>. Gundigai comeback, -&lt;20iá. y Vj&lt;^ v k The New Zealand Loan * & Mercantile . Agency, Co., ¿Ltd.; - advise: .:--Sydney; Otb. '"January^ - ,Competition at to-dayV sale was i¡ very - keen .-on ^'Yorkshire and Continental v aççounf ; withisome'American buying. ,Pi i ces 'ícómpared.i' -tvlth the '^closing rates , of, last .".year arey'in settlers .favour for super (wools, . 'o...
CRICKET. HAZELDEAN v. EDWARDS MARTIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923
F y . CRICKET, '''t'y" Ü^áñSXJXEAS v. EDWARDS^IARTIX. - " J^-Saturday the Gth inst, Hazeldean anc rárds Martin standing, 1st., and 2nd.re; *PSStlvely in the competition"; tried con olusipns. and the try resulted in .a win foi tl%«¿atter team by 30 runs on the /firs) nywngs.. Hazeldean batted first, their efforl only..>i-ealislng a. total of IC. ¿vNo batsman oipifhe.; side obtained .enough. runs to. jusij f|f§a.riPbsition of top scorer, and' nobody; was «ipUTí at thorne to the bowling' of .H.. Roache a^xW. Rogers backed up by 20 minutes, ol vf^y* ePO&lt;í flelding. Edwards Martin did l$ue , bétter with the bot, the -exception b^jfjf^ B. Menzies, who contributed a neat 2*pmostly scored by .his ..off drives. Hazel- dean* second effort showed 4 for . 35 ¿with plpßallwey not out for 15 batting well TOhen-- rain intervened causing stumps tb tawdrawn. This act of God probably.\saved Hazeldean-f rom an outright defeat; The ug'ipltviof the match was the dismissal of Mullins in, th...
[?]and's White Hope. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 12 January 1923
-; - ^^^^^^^^^^^^^BlancUs Wliite.Hopc. ?rkeiy a"; member . of' the' 1 Cotton. Growing^ Delegar, tly visited ;Aust^ london, bilities - .; of;: Australia: He' land .thisi ?yea^ÎÂdeKthé',v; lad growh\;twicè as much ca. - Next' season the acre ceased ^frlom '9000 to 130,-.: g ' to the . greater f értllity\ú' rpdUction^by 'iwhitiB ' iaboUr '* America b'y black labour. :'J.