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LONGREACH ASSOCIATION. WEEKLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

LONGREACH. ASSOCIATION. , 4 WÉÊÙÊlSX M3BETI3ÍG. The usuár-weekly, meeting pf the Long- reach Cricket Association was held in Cory & Co's office ' dn ¡Monday night last, when Mr.-S. Ä Clark presided and there was a good attendance of delegates. . The,secretary. (Mr.' E. TL Glasson) re- ported th'at' Isis Downs had notified that ' it would be impossible for; them to field a team onMMarch 1st, therefore the proposed match would have to be cancelled. -.The, Hazeldean Club notified that Mr. T. B. .;Hear.d. had been appointed a delegate to represent them* in place of Mr. .E. Geb- bie, who was absent on holidays. ' Mr. H. Roache wrote apologising for «conduct to which the executive had taken exception, and was accordingly reinstated. - A communication was received from the Blackall ^Association, forwarding £3/16/-, being, half .proceeds of gate at recent match. Blackall v.'Lórfgreach, played at Blackall. Prom the same source, a letter was re- '% cêivëd informing the executive that ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

^w^í^a^ in good'' §»|^&!^^ íb- p>*r .'cent- ón'tlí© : ../have. -been ' purchased. : ^'^^^i^ich^íhe Vattetídari'cés; were as .follows':^ " w'^^cl^Barker 7,"R. R. Miller 7, Ry D.. ûfcïtfigf&v^^-. Peterson (Council representative) r o^^^*SÏ"5-^-I"ûi?ltih:- <'Cöuncii\r'epreaeiitaUve^.^:-; i^fMy^ß::-Clark, 4; P. J. -Ryan 3, H. Gallwey 3, J. s|^^^..^^^ïàs>ôri< (Council Representative) 1. . i !fc££v^ .to thank the prp-r i p^^'¡^i§íorsJ of thé "following papers for send- -. ^i^^ing^rfree" to the institution copies of4 their'' ^^i^f"i;^bliöatiph>. :^('T.öowo omba Chronicle," '^?Jj^ "Mount' Morgan . ^^^i^.^SOStg^ Ö^Ie;-' * iii-!, â. ou r ^ r> ec i al thanks are ex «fáfixeBseffir-to'rtá^srBr--Carnpbell, James, and s James,.'f or ^haying again donated a boundy ''^i^'^f^0ÎùmQ ,of-. ïhe* : "Western Cham pi oh" :. f or^ \'S^^-.Ki922.i-rlFor and behalf Of the committee, >: :^^J^;TT^p^>^y^exjker, Chairman. --. ' : set "forth : Receipts,'; 4&...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WATER! River or Bore? ESTIMATE FOR RIVER WATER RETICULATION TO BE SECURED. THE FIRE BRIGADE SCHEME—AN ALTERNATIVE PROPOSAL. MR. GLASSON'S SCHEME FAVOURED. DIMINISHED BORE SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

River or Bore ? ESTIMATE FOR RIVER WATER RETICU- LATION TO BE SECURED.* ??'boOoo THE FIRE BRIGADE SCHEME-AN ALTERNA f TIYÉ PROPOSAL. .'-<- . . ooóoo-.-' * MR. GliASSON'S SCHEME FAVOURED. ? -OOOOO-; DIMINISHED6 BORE SUPPLY. """*** j-:-M - , r : '??? "Watev" was a big question at Monday's meeting of the .Longreach 'Shire-'Council. Not only -did the Council have 'before ;* it a" Petition asking foi* river water reticulation, but there was . ". also a report indicating a serious shortage- of water at the bore, whilst the Milne Fire Brigade scheme and an alternative one sug ; gested by Mr. E. Glasson were also before the Council. .Shortage of Water. , The Waterworks overseer reported : "I beg,to report a . . serious shortage of water! during the whole of lást,week, dating - from -ï'9th to 26th... Monday arid Tuesday's low pressure is us-. - ual. Wednesday showed.no improvement, Thursday slight, Fri- day.no improvement, Saturday being the lowest, when the guage ' at -'the offic...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIRE BRIGADE v. CASSOWARY-STREET [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

FIRE BRIGADE v. CASSOWARY-STREET A one-innings match was played on the State School grounds on Sunday morning last betwéen teams ceprésenting the -?Long- reach- Fire- Brigade - and ' Cassowary-street. The Fire Brigade team consisted of "bona fide" -firemen, with the exception of ohe player (Mr. G. Santways).- As-: several "of the fireman were novices at the game (and would-feel much-more at hohie with a -length of -hose) . they caused' ' no end of amusement for the spectators, who were in fair number. Mr. R. Ireland captained Cassowary-street,' and Mr. S. Byrne the Fire Brigade. The Brigade batted first and knocked up '82, Cassowary reponded with 72; The Brigade thus won.by lO.runs. Messrö* W.;Brown.vand P.-sAhern acted üs umpires. Following are the' scores :-.>' FIRE BRIGADE. H. Roach, b Turton;'. 6 G. Majury, b Turton. 32 G. Samwaya, *b Turton-. 18 S.. Byrne, b Ireland . 4 G. Pollard, b Turton. 1 F. Smith, b F. Meyers .........a 1 J. Sherry, c Bunn, b F. Meyers . . . .ViT 4 W. ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

: - Geo. Bé Shakespeare^' . SURGEON DISTIST. ? - ;v;: iiiJHÄS commenced practice in Xiongrpaeh,. and ' " r may be consulted at his omeo in Eagleá' Vj-i- ;Btr¿ét (next Commercial Hotel). ; ri -- -j/., ; ^YYY;;/"V'"PHONE -304- '\ Y^y ^f^'ß: 'yAfi/s, CHURCH, CHURCH & ÇIÎURÇH, -1"' - ' * DENTAL ^SURGEONS, - ' 5? Iiànqe A. ÍQiiésA ¿ ^ t]s > TANK SINKING CONT-ÄAOTOR.v>; 3.7ijir'b#^ ^;r^^e^.est'ima :T . crosíjih^^ ~Vf:^tb^S''^Vilir ^«a^we.^ '^T^. / THOMPSON RIVER BRIDGE. - v ' J! -:-' ' '-' -"cíí ' (To 'whom it- may. concern). ? ! í i? ^".vb^ ..will, V ; ; rtíís.. .olóseá<to ^á;lÍ traffic on -Rionday l Bth : and" ~ crossings. - ^^^-i^i^'^r^^^^Ä1^ ¿y-. ?^-¿t^v:. ;' . y:y>y-V-MY\GAÍÍBW;ÉYAV::'>: /:. ^ ?' -I. ^'Supply of. about :8rÓ,00 yards,-42 xr4-,.x":'.> - glïàge'vb y wiro. ;Y Y"*.'- "Y^'^Y. ^'Jí'''^ . .YY"">¿:--^V .. ' - 2,'^Erectlon of about ,8f000 yards jof wire , wilh^albärbf/^ grflund) inphVfrom the, ;grpünd; sâriiè l^o:>hÄ^seourety;^" .- fajph...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Ryan Shield BLACKALL v. ARAMAC. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

Ryan Shield BTjÀCKÀIiL Vl 'AftÄMÄC. Owing to a breakdown of one of the cars . the arrival of the Blackall team was de- layed until after ll p.m. and the arrange- ments made by Messrs McEffer and Smart to kindly.entertain them at-jtheir Picture theatre could not be availed of. Like the true sports they are they rose to the* oc- casion and determined to Keach Aramac that night, and arrived in -two single seater cars. . . . The match started at 10.15 a.m. King (Aramac capt.), winning the toss, and* sending Blackall to. the wickets. Keith und Newman opened for Blackall to the bowling of Seaton and King, but after one run had been scored, Keith hit a ball from Seaton on to his wicket. l-l-2.\; Newman survived un appeal of l.b:w. from King's fourth ball, after being joined -byyMopre. The scoring was very slow, four overs only yielding .5 runs. Loch relieved King at 14. After half an hour's play the score had reached IC, when Green relieved Seaton. Newman jiow commenced to hit out and acco...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

-;-LONíUíEACHV ' '^v xé;/^^ÍEGS TG^OTIFY that lids no\v i^cpareií^ '^^^^ipßpupijfiy í»hO, deliver . "S^' ^®|Sví .' Flrst-ciass- ice : .^rr r"- i'-4' 'ítak^any Quantity at Carrent Kate«v ' . ' - . ' " A .TRlAXi SOLICITED. "'^Y f W' ^yACCpVNTANk." ' ^">j$M'ú AXTDITOR ? J <ÍWmGHCOMBE, CARSÖfT, j LIMITE». ''X.>T^i^^^:^ irWpÖK BRÖKERS, STOCK AND STATION'---;>| ?.; AGENTS, .. ':. .?: YV^î jäÖ^i tofpi'iMation l'egariling ;Wóol,Kfíto^k¿> ^'1 ^äfper^y, ~ Machinery, etc^ ¿ ;wïli^ prJohiptly ou application: to" the- ">^'/ Jlf *! joseph; Kenna,, F.C'.PVA./ F^F.Í.A.,^ F.C.i.S.--, - |í^r<|o^ *? $y^";îi^ve>/'thé'' ^leias^éí^j'^í -a^püiieni ^ that we haye ; admitted as-;a^^a^ri^r4I^öuí^í?;^;, ^business;-Mr^F^ ' hampton, 'formerly "our chief clefck;/':Mrí^ ?'.Hopping is an .-Associate of xth'é/v^Áúst'raí^vil ^Jasianf Corporation of ..Public. Ajpcbu ./a-hdpif 'tne Federal Institute';© /'^The. name of the firm ~will lbev ."Joseph J ^rts Building, Eagle Strbet|í^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

\:- ^"¿> ñ TH1gems ^ the : i l: . I *L musical world are '^f % atyourcQmmanâontnè ¥^ r P ¿02? ^ Ne-v Beale Player-Piano: í | jr Uci^l)í¡^K^1 The doling brUHanee.of the v < . .. I I most technically difficult com- I Ä\ -positions- are pet&çûy.j^ytjfê on this wonderfully proficient I |S %V «» instrument. Yet so delicate are j m^-r^äs^' the various ^controlling, devices I v that it is just; as easy to interpret I- . - . .. ^ a simple mçlody whose colour t I ^and feeling! are its only attri ; .-..f&Ç-:** I* butes. Ask to hear a favourite * ' j :| L selection, - . ' ; "RP À T P & COMPANY JL> JJjrXj (QUEENSLAND). 90-02 Queen St, [opp. Pike Bros.], Brisbane cAUoat . Toowoomba, Maryborough, Rockhampton, Townnüle «nd Mackay I grant that you give a lone to the domestic proceedings, but thc attention given by the family to your daily suni -.mons seems to have given you the idea that you are the main attraction at table. You fail to grásp->the- tacV t...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Longreach Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

Longreach Shire Council; The postponed February meeting of the.' Longi'eaph'Shire . Council was held In the Council Chambers on Monday last, when there werepresent :-Crs. F; J. Whitty, (deputy chairman)r T. S. L. Armstrong; H. D. Greenwood¿ t. W. Glasson, J. M.' Dur- kin, Wi Avery,and R: D. Shillingtoh, to- gether with the clerk (Mr. Hi 'Ml Gallwey), Correspondence. - . Amongst the 'correspondence dealt with were the following ;:> ;:. . , From Captain A.7<Lawre^ . rotary to "the Governor-General, enclosing the following reply td' the Address» of Wel- come presented ¿>n 'thfe':lbcc^iôn*,'of:,:-.ljprd1;. and Lady Forster's visit to Longreach '.:.-" "I welcome! the expression of your; 'fealty, to the British Throne, and bf; your ; t'ûn -swéx'ving loyalty - to our Gracious' arid' Ï1-; _lustrious Sovereign King George V: Lady Forster and I thank you for your very cor- dial -welcome .to 'the town and district ot Longreach," and"l ani"sure we shall retain, the most enjoyab...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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My Lady's Toilet. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

ly |ady?s Tqil|| ---. : o : . In the elegant days of the 18th Century, my lady's .toilet was a lengthy affair. This .was chiefly due to the elaborate coiffures then in vogue. But the beauties of that period were famous for their brilliant complexions and graceful figures, and the following .^simple recipes, some old-fash- ioned',' -some modern, may not come amiss to my''lady of the 20th Century. '%HE ETERNAL -FEMININE. Most Vernen will suffer anything in order to 4mp'rove<?their looks. In order to keep her complexion in its pristine freshness, the 18th Century "belle" subjected herself to, a -most";-painful "skimming" process, I whereby toe; old skin was peeled off with ; carbolic, /leaving the new skin underneath I exposed. Crude as the method was, the [ theory was "excellent. j. Everyone of us has a clean new skin jttst ¡ below the soiled outer one, that is now I visible. . The' modern application of this j principle is-to use Mercollsed Wax. This i .is applied just lik...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

'"* "''i OPEN FOfr ALL CLA88CQ OF I Genera! I In th« PB«cíp*t OittaMnd Tq ian king- Çusi ness kiiíof Australia/Nev^uin«r(2) and.London (2). ._ . sanie Department at «!lsBranoh««r^d aavinewf**"1* AB«njp"«» at'«lS9 Pott' Ófflca» through out tho Corprnonwe«lth,of.Au»trAU«,T«rritorlof of Papua «nd Now Quine», 8olomon l«l«n^.-|*raUct:orate,.arr4-4th«^^rU of th« Pacific >>'.' ?^f'"^a% IntarMtjm to*pa*lta up to £1,000. 3/^ li^tarMt on Amaunti ovar £1,000 up to C1,SOO, Deputy Qoyarnor:' - r Qowarnor: . JAMIES KELL. Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.0. ^^êÊ&t»*^?*^^ rV. '¿JP'-' : o : frofïi our 29in. NATURAL. PUGI, 5/6 yd. 2Oin. PLAIN COLOURED FUGI, in Black, Grey, .Navy,-Saxe, 6/6yd. 2Mn. 'CHECK FUGI, 7/6. VA 29in." STRIPED FUGI, .5/11 yd. 27in.-JAP-Si:LKS,-in Black, White, Cerise, :Sky, Helio, Pink, Cham- pagne, 3/1i yd. ' 27in. WASHING SATIN, in White. Helio,'Pinkt Sky, Champagne 4/11 yoT :: 36in. BLACK WASHING SATIN. 5/11 yd. 4 Oin CREPE-DE-CHENE, in White Black/-Nav>% Scarlet, ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Motor and Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

...... 1 1 ; Mr; . ? nit' ¡j!", ¿?"jí . . . "" *." -f"' » Dnriheí£hé past ¿16 years' the highway between Sydney and. Melbourne has seen many etérúpg, motor! car drives, but the finest achievement of the lot was that re- corded ,by/Mr. A; V. Turner last week. Ac- companied by, Mr. C. Kirton, and driving the latter's 23.8 h.p. Dunlop shod 6-cylinder VDelage", .the Sydney. G.P.O. was left at 5.20- a.m. and -Melbourne- (566"smiles) reached,at 7.7. ;p.m. the same day. The elapsed time from Post office to Post office was 13hrs. 4 7minsV'better than the record of14Hrs.. 28mins. put up by Messrs N. Smith arid E. Croysdill the previous-day. oh an .,Ess,e_x.,,'. Turner's :perf ormance was" a parV ticulárly :fine one, and at times a very high speed , was -touched-out soti the open road. The intermediate times were as follows i-^ Sydney to Goulburn (12Omis.) was'reach- ed in 3hrs. Gmins ; Yass (184¿mls.) 4hrs. 1.7mins ; Gundagai'7 (250 mlis.)\ 5hrs. 50 mini. ; Albury ;-(371) mis.) 8 hrs:¿.55min...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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The Easing in Wool Demand. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

- } r The Easing in . Wool Demand. > l:¿..~*i:'SS..? '---: o ;-: .. . ..- .».&..«.%... . *;^--VÍ3JÍessrs. Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., íte^I ^- port :-- . ' ';:7v¿^ . ''The ^wobl trade would hardly be living '-''?//up-.-:{o',-;its past records if the unexpected . ; did'íñó<r occasionally happen. In- view of the 'continued upset of the Continent, a. distinct lull'or even a temporary cessation; .... 'in?French"' and German activity'' could-feásí onabíy "bo . expected. But Continental' buyers -.have latterly been fair bidders parf' ; ticularly on skirtings, _which are, still jnàk£p irig .extreme rates; for the FrenchV, .and;-: Belgium mills. Even German bids hive. ;iatil _. times been conspicuous on fleece.'and^brok-.v eh wools.: """" . . --.?"«," 'v-,. yf^C!0:^ : - Yorkshire : has, however,':.. recently' :.pror ; . vided ;a surprise. Operatiphs'. 'ón^^isf ftd Tcouht--slackened icbnsidëm IsVi.^ dances at. Sydney'snles^-'..i.::^T^ .-'":*.'v, For the last two y eais; t...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

i vfTta¿iÉfcp8rt Scheel J ."-'VjSJ QÜKENtLAND ? J . ¿'-it J&£S3L< Choren ol Boflsad J . - ' aS^S^fe* « v&&?^w%:.':': ? - . .Yvir^'^ï'Hi*-. Bnnajnffs »nfl Orooa&i »r« v&Mia'l «a ¡J -^j^^^^ltf) ? ' tlicbagkn of thobwMitKaaMgo.'qsOi wk. . . .' ?X'Sv^|s«*,'''ä>.*h'» Bulióoi hßs e B^scta -I. ; '"' 'y^i*:T'?^'* Orouud. - «t ;..\--'".V^r'A/^-*- - -'The1 Imtldtnm ara nsr»nsta| aa ffai f . '....-^;--.»-'«fA'vv.-. v*-.. . « ifona« Sy*t«m.** X ;;,,íí'^-V:V/ ¿;i:'-;i:>1¡.;..^.fcnJv«r!iUy, Commercial, fl ..'\'-¿'""' .-'.'"¿.r »nd rreimrttoiy Iforuaa. . . I t-íí^»''-'-' Sprclat Vorm tor bor» getagl ."?Bx* v^''-: /? ? -"nu Imid." . j v:\v-* 3 -, A - separat« Jtralor BOOM to Ca*« « "«»Iwöoa tho ax«« oj 8 am* IS. " - i ..;vV.',;.v V.;y':r . 'iUBatmiwa PXM?«««M ot AwHH-Maa i ..^narrup oros. - Y','.*^ AERATED WATER and CORDIAL : :/. :. -.M A NV F A C T V R, E R S. - _ ...TVISH to notify\the Retail Traders am" v-í'\'Vrí^ ''Longreach and - Distric...

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ENOGGERA FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

ENOGGERA. FAT- STOCK ' SALES. The Australian Estates report on Wed nesday's Enoggera sales'" as .follows .: Sheep. 5500. Market erratic/. prime wether mutton generally; 4d to 4 5 d per lb ; ewes 3¿d to 4d. Cattle. : 1350/^ Although' two meat exporters pperating^supply proved too many and prices eased. Prime ..bul- lock beef, brought. from 16/- to.IS/- ; - prime cow beef, 12/- to.16/--per 100, lbs: Other descriptions dull. We sold 43' bead. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

\ ¿. You arc insu ved . . ^ ? |; ,. against- íó'ss by Ere, ¡ ;: :\vhich ' '? is only à lM ' po's si b il i ty. B i; t j; " \v'Imt p£ decay, which L, is a certainly, unless ! you keep your home p-^>- weil partee!, . . %i ?-;is ,one ofv^cHe soundest" ? ^investniçnfs you ' can 4.:¿iake,;'f for it/..protects 8 Vi reserves your pro-. ..: . . pitty from, deepy, in- " . ^/creases! J is ,A'alui, va:v:.l - y greá^y/enhances its ap- "': ^:pearance^ Buyi{iB:Pl" .7; ^theTbest-pah-it made X :,Ob/âinà^îe^f0t\:T Leyland i ij'-lf""^««'« « £ fr'flV in the affairs oj * J . V:^îi^lié^"'i'.^Äif35-awÄ'/iwK:iVi'^^.. i/ieiJlQod,.. jj'*j *\ -' ' tends on to'-fortUne." ?' * j . JT$ ' - áS59©00 . * j . |..^.r' is provided by thc . , - J "* ? ^ ^ j ¿1-, ^ It may kc for yon. ?. Who knows ?? !jf § - J; : K¿>XJCKETS NO wt * il-: JJonotfailto>p<xrliciJ>ßlein ;.'''?'/,<#:? J' .j --.ir ^ yM<tn'in^'7v/ri^À:htiftt.:fiïitcâ nbout t \ jï| V* : ?' '?' - <?«*M|> ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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Worth Repeating. HUMOUR—ALLEGED and OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

Delia. .: "That dressmaker':.'justvton.lt; séiíd mc"my new..,evenlng-'-%"ow.n, ?. -.1 ;. vhay©; writVem to her twice."' Algy ;'?^ou.»tioul-a.; hayei en^çJosGâ 'a stamped'and "addressed en- velope* for'it:'' . . < v" ' "-'.,* . * . - * "?. * . . * " Customer : .. "Why-, -this horse - is s_0 old h e's Jost al l, hi's teeth !" -Dealer, : ..-.'.Oh, no, "fliW'-yp'ü ítre^niista'lcen ! .,H¿ is sp young he hasn't, cut his teeth yet." ' "! ' - -r' Father : . '.'The road ip success is" ai>t to " be a long, hard one, my"'bo'y.'V-Son» "Are there "no short''cuts; .father. ; ?'^ ;V'Yes, ' .my . son. Our prisóns*áre* full 'ofrmén who took the:-short cuts." , - ?'..'.. Sftage "AJanager (during.-'?.rehearsal) "^Üj.etfe .is. Mis.s_ FJtuffy..JWe.v, can't., pps-, sibly go on without the leading lady.* Stage Hand : "She sent-word-she*d;be too busy t.Ó come to-day. She's going to write testimonials for-shampoo and' face" powd- ers." ?*' ' . '- '' ; ** * .-* * . Teacher (testing lils hopeful...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
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BILIOUSNESS The Symptoms—The Cause The Remedy [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

, ^^^:^^Z^QTBÓn/-can endureras biUoúsneas.".St¿'->' :¿¡Lyi?j^^R:*aopxes3ing. tb .the.^Mts¿áñ'^idc^á^^>-^. :7ï^M>i^«sing..to thé7entiro. £yÁ^ .^^^^^^'"aMifttetl .is::seí£;c$y$^^ ?? ... ..W!"';:/;';;; :'iníio;.' an interest^dnjjä^j^in ^7:;¿7r íieo^rs of his.body are oípggad;and5n'é;l?4^.;í. 7. - 7 ^flushing out. The pilo" is Jtávncd-Jí rom". ~'^J^yi^! i^y'^fopes channel - -and Centers' ;' the '". ^ot1 complexion. \JEe7 is .very jrestlosc* y ', vuneasy or sloepléssra^rightj or.perhaps (¿^^ ',^^18 slumber is; léthargie and dull. He ; 7 .VT, .: ^..^B^.fWivdull.,-pains,- '.uneasiness under, tha - . r^^^^ç|^^^^fcifrfâ.p%fl-O-ifl- shoulder-blades/^$ifa°t^;'i.lï "^k-'-'^fóéte in the mouths-sudden ''dizzinesson**; ? l^ßJ.y-^tüj.ng,'.furred tong-ue, bowels loose ono 7;i ' ..--.^;;-'4-A---.^i|y;-and con8tipatei.9iiio next.* AU oir vij^^ij'i^^í: i^^yÎ^PÏ".' ':tjiése" conditions may acc.oia ^^.^^^p^ny*,' the;1)ilio£s condition, and whijoj^,-; Í7^^v;^so -afflicted tho patient's life is sc...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
What Happened to Dooley? SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

What Happened to ;;\ x Dooley? - ~>ï<\-' , - - SYDNEY,. Friday;.- ": >*^Mr.-. -Dooley,..-Leader of the Labour .-Party--,.. -in>;New South- Wales,- was expelled from" : v-t-he^ Xiabour -movement last night after..* a ¿ meeting: of - the executive of the Austral-* ' .lair- Labour Party.- Np reason was > gfveníi" v.fov: -Dooley's :. expulsion but-it_is understood ; . trpm? av reliable source,- that the meeting - rby¡rfa- íarge.smajority :decided to - place- Mr.* ut 'Dooley-putside:the movement. ::^s*/v#.^%>---.',-:

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Heat Wave. CHARLEVILLE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 2 March 1923

¿. the Heat Wave: j '..S-ThV;'hé^ here ls frightful.; ..;ÇThey ?local;:"'pp;stmö.ster;.'reports rendingá iri7copl---J .est cplace. up" to-110 degrees yesterday '"'a^d,-:': rto^^yfi This heal has continued /ípr^ío^r^-'' tëëîi'dàys''without a break arid r.eádingsíitty fMcPhles'' office, in the . hall, reached.;U0p ^degrees aitd- 110 - degrees. At-}'. ;:Wtís^ agency, office, 110 degrees. ." ? . A thUderstornï "occurred thia/evening. Adavale people are. nearly baked to death-i:. .; the' readings on ; street verandahs In that " township /.have reacehd 118 degrees, th'ó~;':' heat stppping/all outdoor work. - .: , '' ;

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