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KEEP WELL Sickness is easier to Prevent than Cure [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

KEEP WELL ¿ V . Sickness is easiertoSPifä^^ ' than Cure -'V^V* 2 .Ï: --. - ' ... Prominent, medical authotitieB^r^f^'^-.v^ ?Say drawing special attention vio ..th«^ ;-*' ; . " importance of usiiig preventive modi-" . - cines to maintain good health, instead , ; . v -of waiting until stricken down with : ' -sickness whick could have boon avoided... i Tho custom in some countries is to . paf V: ..A thc doctor to keep-you well. An ar- T r: rangement which works out more-satis- ' ? : - ' - iactorily to both sides. Tho doctor has :7 S ..-a - regular income and tho people gene- ;.'t.-J.i '.. w. . rally enjoy regular health. Wo insure YiT*. .our houses against fire, but at tho 8&mey^i;Y time tafce precautions to preventilihem'jy^'"^ . catching fire. Son.o people insure their. ~!.lives against-sickness or accident-a-\:r%ii good plan,"but'it is not enough. Caro . .should be taken all the time to avoid .; that outbreak of sickness and for..txhat r purpose a suitable medicine is requir...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commercial. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

^ Conimercial. "'»ÜSr,BOURNEAVOOTJ SATZES. * vii- '.'j. ?;;::TliÍB:'Longréach -branch.pf tho N. 55. Loan'1 - v and Mercantile Agency Co., are in receipt" ' of the following wire from their Melbourne - offce :-"Opening sales to-day (6/3/23). - / Excellent selection. American and Japan v '. continue buying freely, but bent"wools five-" ? to ten per. cent, and top making sorts ten , per cent cheaper. Yorkshire very quiet. : Continent more active than of late." Messrs Dalgety and Coy., Ltd., Rock-": hampton,, are in receipt of the following : : telegram- from their Melbourne oliice, : March .6th :-"Offered 5;100 "bales, selecr V : 'tion:.being very good, chiefly "from Wes- tern district and South East - of South Aus.- "...'-.. tralla.'" Competition throughout irregular-,- ; fully 5 to 1.0 per cent lower than closing rates February series, skirtings _ practically "-?? unchanged,, highest price merino 34 pence - for F.-in- diamond Mt.. .Sturgeon, Dunkeld.. --, comebacks. 32.îd for. Ballan...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Turf Western Queensland Derby. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

lilli-'Ttie Turf ; 2 Western Queensland Derby. - . ;; .'. .2 Nominations received for Western yuwcn - liihd Derby, to be run at the May Meetir Ml: ; ¿ire aa follows :-J. Y. Shannon's 'br.« ' Catchy ; E. J. Watts* ch.gld, Sun Coil R. .Tedford's bllcgld, Cool-Corn ; H. . ICime's b.m, «Erlena ; J. W. McNally's by.gi ^Bonnie .Welcome ; J. E. Dunne's ch.gl< .Don Smart ; J. E. Dunne's' br.gld. Da Brown. * - ' , ... ~.Longreach Jockey Club. .J.,; Nominations received for the St.. Pitt 'rick's Meeting, 16th arid 17th March, 1Ö23 ?are as follows :- .'.. }> . "First Day. \ }. Macsland" Handicap. 5 furlongs-rScplp King Ibex, 'As You Were, Blue Ball, Lein ? chester, Sable Cloud, Dan Boris,'"^öplgiax J-Jnverdale. : '. '. "j- ...*.;': .-. Beaconsfield Handicap; : 5;-'?<ürJo»fe^ - . Machine Flyer; Sun Co'iÍ¿--Róyal'Flirt't^:^éám¡ - ilaeburnite, Spina, Br.-fzin Boy, Frisco.p|ïai> .1. ten. -, ' .-? "? ,"''?' --¿y-^.; " ? ; Waterloo Handicap. 5 -"Xurlongsri^rî - v. pedes, ...

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 — 9 March 1923

Correspondence. i- .: o : ---- ? I Jj ?. ACCOMMODATION. 5 , . (To the Editor "Longreach Leader?'.). Sir,-liv the last issue of ,your. paper, ».Durkin denies thé accuracy .pf 'my statè Ime^t relative to . his haying had a hatch of ' \sunimonses.- served on.'the wrong 'persons, butSwhert' Pblice Magistrate Curtis,, who was thoroughly conversant "with the case, i-e turns to Longreach, writer -will lodge a sûnt of jnoney with a responsible "person ; in Lohgreách.^óh condition that Durkin does likewise, land, on the decision of7the. <:> Police Magistrate, the loser to forfeit hië É' amount to the!' Longreach Hospital, li A^short time since, .Durkin proudly prö Ifcclaimed to . the .world; and h^s wife that he §|closeiy watched the administration of the -various Acts that .affected members of the A.W/.U;, but'he , now says that he got lëgaî ¿'. advice from a hagnran, on^ óne;%:casÍoh, yet I some editors say 'there 'arev no . humourists |¿in the West. \.^her\re8t--;'of':-hiö^e...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE COMING REVOLUTION. (To the Editor "Longreach Leader.") [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

j£ g . - i-r--; I THE :COMING REVOLUTION. m- S _ : -:...,.?»,. ?:? ......... H <jrovtho Editor ,vL.ongreach Leader.'?) ¡Ky Si£,-It ia; reported,here .by Mulga- w-ise K leas jthat :£he. munh; talked of, "coming rey olutipn'* has arrived. .From the meagre j~ inforriiation.tp handr:i£ appears that" a mys t teriqus person called Comrade John } came, over tb the Central. West, a few years ago, from Hughenden, where he did a liero stunt: ip a .booze- strike, for which he was' decorated, by the booze-Kings of the North, withTa, tin hat' with variegated elephants, " ; and striped/boa-constructors painted on it. - A fiat of this nature ls, in the Kingdom of ' booze", what a "V.C. is fn the province of wai*, - and iComrade îiohn is the only person in the 0outhernr/^emesphere¿¡. who has 'been invested withilthis-.ippyeted. distinetibn. . Since he )tíis bteen; over here, Comrade John has, 'b:y/^ç triking. . peraiuiality, his [.; sùavje' manherç;5¿'J^f'---läs:V- belçy.% eloquence, iI ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
New Literature. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

I New littérature. - c~ - Ív- Fl'Pm the - Australian" "house-, of Hodder , and Stoughtön we have -received a copy bf. JosephvHocking's latest novel, and a very ?. fine story it; proves .to be. "The Girl Who . Defied the World," as the title indlcatea'is' a. story of a girl who'set out in defiance -of -v'">.:;- ;'r ':><~-' ' ' ^ ^ '???.'.*" ' '. everyone .to;>achieve what she considered ...¿to--be her.;duty in?>answer to the .great.lov,e-:¡r ^ '. she had" for her "-father. She waádbeautlful,x . . -jricli; ;and '-desired,, but the crash comes - itv* ^the imprisonmentof .her father for forgery^ Vi- and friendless, 'homeless, . and forsaken-:...; : Dorothy^'Inglis;-fights -alone . to prove . he'r-ic< . -fatber-s vinnocence.:--- The . whole nai*rativ.e. r> v. is one -of intensely engrossing interest, in- - : cident , in-rapid succession, and the reader ? is help^a, captive- by-:the charm of,the -story^ . The faç$ th^t the novel is íby Joseph^Hock- v. ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RIVER WATER and FIRE SUPPLY. (To the Editor "Longreach Leader.") [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

RIVER. WÁTBR and FIRE SUPPLY (To the Editor "Longreach Leader."* Sir,-ïh your ""publication f " have read several letters re schemes for the-above and all, to. my mind, are'too 'costly. - - Mr. Avery is In favour of river water'and states the consumption would be about' 30,000 gallons. I take this as per; day, and. if so, he is a long way"but in his calcula- tions, for a manviri his position should know the council purchase from the Rail- way about 10,000 gallons per day of'river water in -dry times, and this7 water is used with cai'e, for cooking and drinking owing.. to the high cost. This will give an ' idea of what would be used. if the water, were laid on to« each house, 700 in number. On these figures each house would have little for a garden of bath. v - Suggestions are also made ábout pumping water, by electricity. Now, Mr.-Editor, the question is could dii'éct current be worked over a line of 3 miles of wire to advantage? I have a suggestion to make in reference to supply ta...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Stonehenge Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

i Stonehenge l^otesi^ . .... -r--:: o -- ??. .. . . % . : "T .-.-... On,.the.evening., of ;the^.4th.r inat^Mr8.--?fc .j.j. Orr,,who is startinSTa grocery ..and re-. refreshment room business in new '-premises.. C' adjoining the Shire, Hall, gave a dance to ? jv commemorate thé auspicious , occasion, j'-. The^main building ls '24fee^-square- and'the .iv -.-floorVof Maryborough-. pineNvasMdeal- " for |. ^-dancing >©n¿ .a\d .was taken' advantages.of I ; before the '. partitions were put lip.r Seat !2<r 'ing accommodation was?- provided on vthe'i, .J." ;verandahs;.: The :wh^Ie- country side ^ac- % i . cepted the- invitation and a most, enjoyable. ?/ time, was. spent, especially by- the votaries -I. of. the terpischorean art. - A substantial : i . supper was provided and;; partaken ..of- fe ? ll p.'m.,''ánd. the light fantastic further- in- . J dulged in-as an w interlude,^. Messrs.' Mc *S Grath, McCarty, ànd.,3. Eyre":' gave -an ex I . hibltion of stepdancing, which iß .a-...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE NOTES (From our own Correspondent). UNITED PARTY LEADERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

BRISBANE, NOTES .(From our own ; Corespondent). UNITE 6 PARTY -LEADERSHIP. .' . ;Senátó"f Sil" William Glasgow, aa th ewe ^9jb^#-ii^tielpateâ>''lié* woüid, should Via ^Rockhampton seat go to Labour, has" tovtn feanyidecline'd »to accept the leadership ot ':>thé;;Uvn)ted (Party. .-The refusal han not lîçoIpj^aV-à"surprise, though it ir? alleged in responsible quarter th/ttv Sir William's ,f.áná>Vjgí;¿i8 npt to be taken ns''final. - Ap ?:;p,ar'én^ïy, ^therefore the intention is" to try ;'.and Vprevall 'on him to niter his decision. :-;Ii'5J.Slr'/.jWiIUam maintains his present ,, at ;.*¿i'¿ude'.[the United -.Party., is going to strike í serious ^trouble early , in its career. There j^.íúh'aniniity on all sides in respect of Sir ./."Wllliani-and-the leadership, but if he fln 'älly> declines there aVe various aspirants .'for tile, hon oui-, each with a certain fol .lilOwing, iso that where there wotfjd be unity ;&n.¿rej»|:d - to. Slr William,-there would be « -^aisünl...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

Ililli 'mMc'^"^--' "T ' --V " OPEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF .'.V'T'' i 3B-:v''Íf- - Gênerai Banking: Business ^ ?-T¿ 1 " ? Ih.the Principal Cities and Town« of Australia, New Guinea (2) and London (2). i/ ilKiS;^ Bank Department ^ 'VWHKS"' í: ' ;í àt'al!'Branches, and Savings Bank Agancios at 3J83 Post Offices through ?^K'l Iv out the'Corrimonwealth of Australia,Territorios of Papuaand Now Guinea, 8olorrion7-, ^ W&:< -¿:':-V,,V?'' ?-"f.^'''' '"''\ .'.'94%' Interest on Opposite up, to'£1,OOQ, ->l*.í'.* "^¿yT* ' fl ~" 3% Interest on Amounts over £1,000 up to £1,300.° . .-'"" '^ ¿; .' $iSgSi.V; - V ? - Deputy Governor: Governor: , * *. . .':'?'.'.''~. ; STEWART'S ' l|l;keén Values from our %]/.,-:- .Dress and'lÖij^Ä #P £ ' Departments. 40in; SILK 1 GEORGETTE, - in ' W l^l- - ^9in- -PLAIN COLOURED FUGl; s< : . ABi^, ..^hiteT %yy, Chan^págne,;: ||&7 j;^ ^- ';- tíelfó>^^ñk, astic,- < Criam, 8/ll . ;, SKI' 1 ^flin."CHECK ^UGI, 7/6 yd. ' yd,(...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

'.:."'.''....).. RQLITVICAL.. ? It is .becoming: more an* more evident ' that if,Unity Is to be attained' in the ranks {.:'of;-';t.l\ë.' Anti-Socialists Army, it? is-'th» eon i' stituencles that will have tu- enforce it. Mr. r-.Vowles and his reduced following are de : termined^'to maintain the individuality of Í the Country Party. Recent happening*, iii ? the - Federal arena, where a composite Mi.n .Jstrjfjhas -been formed, have provided Vow .lesites with an objective, and they intend ;;to;?strive' foi;. it.«*Iii other words it is ap- parently proposed.Jo follow in the footsteps .of Dr. Earle ,Page and compel a composite ^Ministry in Queensland, -should none of the . three'.^parties oe strong enough to form a ^Government after next election. Meantime ' thevT^uitecl Party is trying to set ita hou^e in order. ¡March is to be a particularly busy month, as .by the time the end is reached, . it ls hoped vt o have the new platform com- pleted, the constitution drafted, and the ^organisat...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Motor and Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

; Motor and Cycling - Notes. ' û À ._. _._-_ . ' .: "Sincc- Mi». N.-Snïith. and" his 20/ htp.- ''E«- j . ."i*-::B'ex'"-,^caxv:>yön the Í000 miles'. "Victoi'iaii. .Al-' * ; [.("? pine .Contest- last -Noyemoer-ho .iiasVh à... : :,v¿btt5y; tinie/^a-ñd twice he succeeded fin cap-;.;c ^^iútijie 'H'iier coveted Syjaney-Meiï;>p;urn'è;~ re-^i i S^cox'd:-only' to lose it; again..'. Now. lie; has .' : a;?'^'-'sü'pcessfüly turned" his attention^^ t ' - /.iBrisbane-SydTiçy r despite' considers .. if /^biö/delay ow^ aVstbue; puncture v'¿' Vrad^^ and intense heat, he v ;i-?*lan;d^ Slr.;;E. jCroysdill succeeded; In clipping ;' .'.""-is $ m í n ufces <ofCi;M r. Boyd J3d kins^.recói'd-'f or * ¿S /t'hifs 154,3 ipiles intíer-ea pital routed / T/h^iftw' ^' i^i^h'gujpes, .a"rev--iSvr-hjours 45 minütesi'^'/i.pji'niöp.^y. ír\)^t^res: pldyedc'their./ ^""i^brm ^/iÇÎa^liehcd ljy ?~^¿$Q¿aUl2 ':h:i>4: Talbbè "liv, YNovember ....1012.. f-^a^'ñícá¿;'ítóíi^. i£rlïà§'ibeßii?ix el d- by ; "A., "...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Ilfracombe Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

ílfráeombe Shire Council. r, MOXTHIiY MEETING. ; . 'TJie .usual monthly meeting of .the^Ilftt ^ivIfcolribe Shire^Councll was held at theXîoui *¿>,;Cir. Chambers oh . Friday last. There wei ^-^^ceseht :-Crs., TlÄMias McMástér'(chai ; : .man), Arnold, Nicholson, Laidlaw, and Ini '...' ..-lis.-' ' .'. . . ' .. ?"' .* £..?'.'?.'.'.'. Leave of absence from the meeting wi 5^ "panted Cl's. Hamilton, Howatson an '^'..-Shannon. (The. Clerk reported that tfie Governmei ri auditor,"Mi*. Hurst, 'had conducted his ar r; /~nual audit during the week, and that hi ^.l; report would,follow in due course. . .:A;case of enteric fever was. notified fror Longreach during the month, the patten .:j being a-schbolboy attending the ilfracomb r~-r- School. . i. The Secretary to the Health Departmen forwarded a copy of a letter sent to tha Department by the secretary of the Long reach Hospital, in which the Departmen was urged to consent to an increase of th lees'charged for treatment of notifiabl ?disease...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

; SEAPLANE COLUMBUS.-This flying boat developed epgine.trouble. : and fell into the high seas about 20 miles . off. Havana,-- Cüba^/Iast-, s>- month. A passing, freighter, wit nessed the accident and was able to . _ il rescue six of the 10 passengers. ^v. WINTER SPORTS AT MONTREAL.-r-While Auatralja «weitere Montreal is enjoying her; > >. ! s Winter eoorte/ ' - '."'*. Ï. y ^,^<y:^^fi^-. -WITT -JT, -M,. -Ill ^ M I FRENCH TROOPS ON THE MARCH^-This picture .howèXhoW the French Bicycle Corp« ' . . . _ * mude their intry. intotht Ruhr district.. ... _4 I J INTÍRNATIONÁL CHAMPITON^PffMiina -IIOMi/V Ä P ! . wnë^jiidfrid «he 'iñtmriMrt'toñarl' ttampWri Hereford bull nt «he tofft «j M?' I __.\5:v.Ç:":, ' - Chlogo eie^k «hew. .w>K>'M«#^^;^i^^{M'r «f «tai A«**i»ted.;\^r**«:"ln duetrie« of Amorten, :'. hmm been , #al««ted "Dicta««»» .f UM Wcm»n'« Apparel Maker«, and ..while . him .alary I« net mefifK>ne«r( m k lt ). «aid to be hv «Ito w \ «10400 '«(Ate. ? ^-WO'RËD» ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

PUBLIC - NOTICE." ,W. W. SAINSBURY "is now prepared to undertake the .sinking; ,of Borges up W^ZOO feet.Lowest . estimates 'given, on' applica- tion. . : v. ADRESS.-P. O. LONGREACH:. _ ^ , FIRST AID FOR THE THIRSTY. -opooo rOOQOO Tf we were asked what was the best way to satisfy * a 20 H.P. Trfirst these humid Summer days we'd . suggest a visit to' the ' -:- ii. joOoc COMINO BR.OS. Central Cafe, and American Bar, : LONGREACH; Here you will find plenty of the tinkly cool drinks ihat quickJy establish themselves as. favourites. They are dispensed amidst clean and healthy sur- roundings, and come to you in all their refreshing purity. What's yours ? Milk Shake/ Ice Cream Sodas Milk and Soda Ice Cream Sundaes, etc., eïc. Whatever 'your order you'll ¿I get , prompt and. careful * attention, and civility al- ways. % Drinks as cool as an Jceberg zone-Jce Cream and Sundaes as cold-so smooth, so satisfying as to be the topical refreshment : for - tropical weather. How. about coming in to-day...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FARWELLING MATRON SHERIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

F ÄRWEIXING AUTRÓÑ SHÉRÍF. On Monday night, last despite the threat >??- ? eiung 'nature of the weather there was a good -"attendance at the farewell function ."?"a'ranged' in honour of Matron Sheriff, held vln the Shire Hall supper room. The storm /"that threatened and. the the rain that fell r - was responsible for .many residents not - - . .b"eing-able to be present. Mr. F. M'Keon, "-'.- .^ president of the Hospital " Committee pre- sided nt the head of tho " neatly arranged table, and proposed the toast of "The . ' 'King.-' after which Mr. M'Keon stated that :;V;r.vt.lie,-n'ext. toast was one which "did not af 'pJ"Ú ford much pleasure to proposed-the toast VS-O^fetheir departing guest. Matron Sheriff. i^^That lady had earned tho appreciation and ^.M^làpd:will of the majority pf the residents ':;:;^?bf i-t"he town and district - and more partic ^?^làrl'yj'those' whom (he might be privi ;-,S;:LT.lç."gedito. say) had liad the good, fortune to í-í;i.;-'h^*ive/b'een inmates of the...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

i*u ??¡imt i'mi '--? " - " -? " * ' »v-»---, - -,. K - Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd. S ! . . Incorporated 3863. ..-j. - | I LONDON MELBOURNE SYDNEY^ BBISBANE . j § \ } The Company makes advances, on Pasto^P"P£rtic<\ aud on on8UinS ChP.o£ VF0°1' / j Î "- w Offices: 129-137 Creek Street, Brisbane." " j Î* * ~ "Wool Stores: Vernon Terrace, Bulimba. i » - j Skin Stores; Choi lotte Street, Brisbane. - j, BOARD OP/ADVICE: x T * ( \ , -The Hon. A. H. Whittingham, M.L.C. v I t v ^ W. P. Devereux; Manager -<- j T. C. Fowler, Secretary, " " , « . . ^ - , | ' WOOL APPBAISÈMENTS amfFAT ¿TOCK, HIDE AND SKIN SALES . ,^ ! -'HELD THROUGHOUT THE YEAH." \ t - t, - j I > ^ STOCK & _ STATION AGENTS- ^ ? j ^Jieëp Reliéf Country. v, .--'j I r ' We -will be* pleased to furnish bomvfide enquirersVith sale .particulars _ j j / 'of a.property in*ÏEe ïïorielio District haying an area pf. uearly^O.ÜOp | I acres, well wafceied/ good> improvements, country ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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My Lady's Toilet [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

. -- : o :- . 'rh-~'-:¿':- y.:.; In the elegant days of tho i8tri Centurjv-__ c. my lady's toilet -was a lengthy aiiair. This ^vas chiefly: due to the: elaborate coiffiures^yíi then in vogue. But the beauties of that'^"-''? period were famous for their brilliant?' til->y complexions and graceful figures, and the^ñíp following .simple" recipes, some old-fàsh^ ---^ ioned, some , modern, may .not come amiss ^ to my lady of the 20th Century. iir^i-: .7THE.ETERNALFEMININE.- ??-^í^ . . Most women will- suffer anything In order ~±. . to improve their looks. . In; order tokeep-y:^s her complexion in its ' pristine] freshness;^ . the :i;8th Century "belie" subjècted herselÇ:^^ to- a rmóst painful -"skimming" process£"-~ whereby the old skiri.,was peeled oft! wi th"; O';, carbolic, leaving the new skin- underneath X" : '*': . .exposed. -Crude .asl the method was, . the .. ;].-. theory was . excellent. v . ; . . . .'I-/ Everyone of us'Hns. a clean new skin just, _ i-beipw -the .soiled outer...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

GRAMOPHONE ? :1k if We Only Had A How often yon hear thal wish ex- pressed-How , easy ; to have it gratified at Paling's.- ' * . You- cnn, ihuy a- Gramo* phone on the payment , of a small-deposit and the - balance on very easy terms. "WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. EAST STREET ROCKHAMPTON fliOCAL SELLIN« AGENT : ÍHEO. F. BARKER, gDONGREACH. BUT ^^^wyy^::KiEPT UP i ÉiÉllI^^ MACHINERY j - -r-í and Duplicates are now on sale at considerably reduced prices, -: . ¡This -step is made possible-bjr lowered manufacturing costs:,. -v i; Remeiiiber:-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" v - ^ . determination to turn out products of the 'highest possible .'? . -grade. .' '. ;:v//__; . ^:.^:?..í;::':V":':'':" r ' v' - - - - J .. Lister- gefods are designedarid constructed to give maximmn - Reliable service. : Long life; freedom" from trouble, and economy ' - vin running ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Circuit Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Tuesday, March 6, before Justice Blair). THE GAVIN CASE—NO TRUE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 9 March 1923

- .r-i ^^^^^^^^^^^ Circuit Court. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. (Tuesday, March 6, before Justice Blair). THE GAVIN CASE-NO TRUE BILL. Mr. Dixon (Crown Prosecutor) . informed lib? Honour that no true bill had been found, in the matter of the charge against Alex- ander John. Bulkeley .Gavin of having stolen a cheque' foi" the sum of £21/15/ the property of P. Kelly. Jury Attendance. When the roll of jurors . was called sev- eral applications to be excused were ten- dered- and his Honour remarked that ap- plication must be made in open court either personally or through a represen- tative. In ordinary circumstances he would fine absent jurors £2-for each day the court sat if the above -conditions'~were not com- puted with. Jurors had asked to be ex- cused for reasons which in. law were not reasons at all. Welcome to Judge Blair. Mr. S. Major, on behalf of the legal fra- ternity of Longreach briefly welcomed his Honour to Longreach, Judge Blair respond- ing. Stealing as a« Servant. John Robinson ...

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