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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

jSYDNEY WOOL SALES. Messrs Winchcombe carson wired on Tuesday as follows :-Only a poor selec- tion of wools were available at the opening of the Sydney wool sales to-day. Yorkshire buyers'Were very quiet, but Japan,, France and German representatives were active and rates for all medium to good wools showed an easier tendency. Comebacks and fine crossbreds firm, coarse crossbred weaker.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

tl"*~ S TH1 CRAPkE, THE ÇROÇÇ, ANP THE AUTAR.~A reliaious drama by th« CutMio Piny 8«citty of tondelC being prft«nt«4 st th« Church ifoute, Wcitminttcr« > *~ FASHION'S LATESTWAn attractive threes ßicce suit, stitched in. yyhite silk and trimmed wittv white astrachan, with loose straps on the - - , dress. I Iir-ltyPOOR FOOTBALL.-This latest sport is tremendously'-o~ i r ,">rfPPpular with the football-loving public in England, 9»-'-¿a ?^< üv"-'* r.ffords all the excitement of no1 attacks and »kil-- ~*V IsÄ^af" ful passing across the "field." z'''-* ? ZERO HAS NO TERRORS.-The»e Boy Scouts in NiW -: .,J.1X«',k only regret.that they have eventually to return >,»' £»- tJ.- ., - ' to civilisation. ! ~ - **, * -'-j: ^¿^ ^-.\-" st' ' , j*° civ!IU*tions r ? .? -.M _-1 NEW STAMP FOR IRELAND-This stamp, issued by ( _ the Irish Freo State Government, is printed in artiitlc %*? _^ F ore«n. THE GREAT ECHIDNA.-A queer animal, which is pC^ho most peculiar of all the -specimens at...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

ÊmMïËÊÈÈÈiÈËÊÊmË¿BiiiÄiil? All «ai» siwimeiWiM 2S» If^.v'î^/.Si^.ïÎi^ v v^ai?«>??? v^.^r^-:---- *r- -/£.*' --3^"-'tt-j-. - JliiáSOllíé^ amidst areí4ispeiisecr amidst ifcïean ^nd^ Jiéklthy suf? Ipoimjïings^^ to r*S-¿ í^^frale;^^ ;i*:¿ ttisfyirjlí^toa^ asícoobasran ^oj^so çmopth, so satisfy 3È^föjpicalr father. How; "about;- cqmftígíín Jig^Ä^iiiüte^breather iii ourcooí rooms ^tite /¿fe *M. *"if'.-*:n -...:;? -' "_?-'. . ?..--?-«-'? -. rv>.". .: ?^..-..iV. 'Vj, ooOpo ,.:' " V. ooOo ^E^/ï-'-v^îSaI'^a m-:-m

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

,r W. H- HUGHES, TANK SINKER. »¿Estimates Given for all Classes of Work. \ ' *'&pW\ I ; Address Inquires. lJivF'^y^ftANE-STREE*T, LONGREACH. . ; ^-¿i¡fy - > L. C. Wooldridge & Co., Limited. Stock and Station Agents, IMPERIAL HOTEL BUILDING, LONGREACH. Special Agents for Queensland Primary Producers Co-Operative Agency Ltd., Wool and Produce Brokers. Agencies Queensland Trustees Limited. Northern Assurance Company. A. H. McNICOL, electrical engineer, (Certificated) Longreach Representative of an efficient organisation covering the whole of Queensland. Address District Inquiries to Box 54, Phone 272, or call at Eagle-street Show Room. "We supply everything Electrical." Tailoring of Exceptional Merit We pride ourselves on eurability to give a better Tailoring Service, one that will please the most critical man. In all the points that go to make good Tailoring -better fabrics in a wider range-choice and har- monious patterns-skilled cutting-expert tailoring at the han...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

\ V PRONE 326. r MISS HILSON, ^ ^ r Eagle-street, LONGREACH. V? » (Nehmer's Buildings). ty**'*. ( ¡J LADIES' SPECIALIST. Ï DRESSMAKING ON PREMISES. The British' emigrants to Australia in 1913 numbered, B-fc.Y'ïfc, '-and last year 39, ?090. SPEIR'S BEEF AND IRON WINE Made with Port Wine, instead of Sherry. THE BEST TONIC FOR ANYBODY RUN DOWN. 5.S, 6d. PER BOTTLE. Keep a Bottle by you-Try it when your'e» out of sorts. > . W¿ WMH' (FRUITERER, CONFECTIONER, TO- BACCONIST, SOFT DRINKS, Etc.) Desires to notify the Public that he has REMOVED to new premises, and Is now conducting business in the old "NEWS" OFFICE, EAGLE-STREET, LONGREACH. Thanking all old Patrons who have so splendidly supported him since the recent fire, and soliciting a Continuance of such Patronage. ms ADVICE IS ? - "Don't Forget.My Celebrated Lemon Squashes." GRAND St. Patrick's Day Celebrations. Irish National Concert. Longreach Shire Hall, Saturday evening, March 17th. E. ".¿lient programma of Vocal and Instrument...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE HARTIGAN TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

J THE HARTIGAN TOUR, It will be interesting" to our readers to read the following taken from Brisbane "Sporting Life" in reference to Hartigan's fine innings on a sticky wicket on March 3rd. Our correspondent who forwards the cutting states* : "From this report you will see that > Roger is in form at present. Western enthusiasts are in for a treat if this great international gets moving, and judging on his present form, he seems cer- tain to (jp so." The article reads : For the first time during the present season wickets were rendered favourable to lawlers on Saturday by reason of the copious rainfall of the two previous nights. Although fine weather prevailed for cricketers on Saturday, wickets were on the soft side, and bowlers came forth with some excellent figures. On all grounds the batf-mcn were faeaa with adverse conditions and only in one game-that at the Exhibi- tion between South Brisbane and Suburbs were there any symptoms of « good bats man8hip. The other games were ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HARTIGAN TEAM v. LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

HARTIGAN TEAM T. LONGREACH. The following players have been select- ed to represent Longreach in the match -to be played against Hartigan'» Eleven on March 20th and 21st :-E. H. Glasson, W. ,_ Lawrence, R.\J. Willcocks, N. Moffat, W. J\lsMaster, H. A. D. Meares, H. M. Gallwey, W- Boyd, B. Case, H. B. Menzies, and E. Thorpe. Emergencies : Rev. B. C. Wil- loh, R. R. Edkins.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

m The Famous Murdoch Football Jersey Get in i Order Your Murdoch Jersey Now BUY from the MANUFACTURER!-for yourself or for the team. It means a QUALITY far above the average-at a LOWER PRICE. Murdoch's save you the Middlemen's profits. : Rugby/ League, Rugby Union, and Soccer Clubs in «very grade played ¡n Murdoch Jerseys last year. COTTON FOOTBALL JERSEYS. Extra haavy weight, made from highest grada Egyptian grown o'otton. Button Front and Linen Collar. 4-inch Circular Bars, Three-Color. Circular Bars'and Plain Colors. ? 100/- per dor. Plain Wh ¡te, 10/6 each. 120/- doe. WOOLLEN FOOTBALL JERSEYS. Mjufe' from tha highest grada Bradford Knitting yarns. Extra strong, shrunk Drill Collars, reinforced Button Front. 4 inch Circular Bars, Three Colbr Circular Tars, and Plain Colors .,.'.».... 135/- per doz. i- .conon. 8/6 j Hutton 11/6 COTTON SOCCER JERSEYS, 21 inch Vertical stripec, 9/11 each 117/-. per'do*. Any. make of'Jersey or Colorings can be supplied in lots of «one dox. or more.. ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Wool Outlook. TOP PRICES AND WOOL VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

The Wool Outlook. -: o :- " ""' ' TOP PRICES AND WOOL VALUES., -. v Messrs Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd., Syd- ney, report .<-"For the moment, the trend of wool' prices is in buyers' favor. Cir- cumstances, at present, are of 'assistance to those who consider that wool prices reached too high a level. The Continental political outlook is still most.._ involved. . France is still purchasing cautiously both in Australia and, abroad. But German com- petition which was such a factor in trie r earlier, parf^of ttíe season in regard to sales rof ra.w wool and of-partially manufactured wools from^the Yorkshire mills, is consider- ably ^restricted. "* The lack of life in trade in Germany is also responsible for the falling off In French activities. Up to the end of 1922, woollen manufacturers and topmakers in France were selling good quantities of their output to German customers. Recent developments have no doubt, however, led to the practical cessation of this business, and the man ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Unemployed Workers' Insurance. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

Unemployed Workers' Insurance. -»- : o : (The above Act carne into force on 1st March, 1923, and -regulations governing1 . the administration of same have been is " sued. ' The Act applies to every employer of labour, and every worker over eighteen years of age employed "within the State, whose rate of wages, salary or allowance is fixed by an Award or Industrial Agree- ment. _ A roll or list of all such employees must , be kept by the employer, showing the amount of wages paid weekly to each em- ployee, distinguishing on such roll those employees who by reason of their age or the fact that they are' not working under an Award or Industrial Agreement are not subject to the Act, and for whom there- fore the employer is not liable for to make payment. * ,For each emploj'oe over l8 years of age, , subject to the Act, every employer shall ' * contribute three pence per week, and shall | also deduct from the wages of each such i employee the sum of three pence per week ' for the purposes...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

oGo^c«»«a»0'C>»o«z»t>«»!>«i»a<a»04 I iii:ad oFnoB «KW vn*****9*»^ Z^^VfTli. t.. ma ~t> OPCN FOR ALL CLA8SE8 OF Cesserai Banking Baseness .n the Principal Cities and Towns of Australia, New Guinea (2) and London (2). Savings Bank Department ? at all Branches, and Snvlngs Bank Agonclos at 3189 Po3t Ónices through out the Commonwealth of«Aiistralia, Territories of Papua and New Guinea, Solomon Islands Protectorate, and other parts of the Pacific. 3a% Interest on Dapoaito up to ¡£1,000. 3% Interest on Amounts over ¡£1,000 up to £1,300, Deputy Governor*: ' ~* Governor! "** - f j JAMES KELL. Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.M.G. STEWART'S When it comes to SHIRTS, yon Mill find the value is "all there" right up to the Collar if you make STEWART'S your purchasing: centre. Tennis Shirts MENS' WHITE MERCERISED TENNIS SHIRTS, furnished with Collar and Pocket, sizes 14h to 17J. Price 5/9 each. MENS' WHITE MERCERISED TENNIS SHIRTS, furnished with Collar and Pocket, all sizes. Price...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Wedding Bells. SETTER—WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

Wedding Bells. - SETTBR-WRIGHT. A quite wedding eventuated in St. Brig- id's R. C. Church on Monday afternoon last, the contracting, parties being Miss Bryde Maree Wright, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wright, Slater-street, Charters Towers, to Mr. W. Hs Setter, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Setter, Longreach. Mrs. E. A. Kenip, of Ipswich, acted" as brides- maid, and' Mr. John Browne as best man. In tlie absence of the bride's father, Mr. M. J. Tidswell gave the bride away: The wed- ding ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father McLaughlin, after whnjh the happy couple motored.,cto the residence of the bridegroom's parents in Crane-street, where the wedding breakfast was partaken of and the usual toasts were honoured.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Vindex Bore. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

'Vindex Bore. Mr James Murtagh, well borer, has .just completed a sub-artesian bore on Vindex, having struck a satisfactory supply at »672 feet (says the, Winton "Herald");. The sup-i ply has been tested at over 12,000 gallons, and the water is of good quality. , ?

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Stock Movements. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

_.- , , : , -ga Stock Movements. - . o : Th following stock movements have taken place during the p resent month to date :_ 1200 ewes, Willower to Winton. M. Reade owner, J. Whelan in charge. 1100 wethers Bingal to Cleveland. J. G. Fisher -owner, Clements In charge. 1000 ewes Greenhills rp Junor Downs. E. V. Kirby owner, J% Barron in charge. 1200 ewes Marthoha to Junor Downs. E. V. Kirby owner, J. Brown in charge. 100 rams Strathdarr ïo Beryl. j. H. Crombie & Sons owners, J. Byrnes in charge. 8000 sheep Camoola Park to Heckleton. A. Moffat owner, J. Ballard in charge. 6500 sheep Illawarra to Cressy. Brown and Dodemead owners, C. M'Conachy in charge. 3000 ewes Beaconsfield to Burslem. R. J. Wedgewood owner, T.' Lynn in charge. 9500 ewes Longreach1 to Winton. Bal lenger Bros, owners, A. J. Smith in charge. 11,000 ewes Darr River Downs to Holley Downs. J. Chandler o-^vner, E. M'Donald in charge. 1400 wethers Ilfracombe to Sunnyside. Ä V. Kirby owner, J. Ballard in charge. 4200 ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STRIKES YOU ANY TIME [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

STRIKES YOU ANY TIME ":i *&,*> .' /"'?' . Never know where 'dry whenybaftU^1'^ \K- ache pains wilt strike'-youi- The lCni - .-,' nèys will go wrong;-arid"''when thev "../do the first warning is generally _. 'through the back. Ne¿¡lcU rrean-, * ? many serious ills; it's duly j-, shoit -step^ from common backache to rhsu- ___.. matic pains, urinary disorders, dropsy.* serious kidney disease. Dean's Back- ache Kidney Pills cure every »11 of the kidneys and bladder. Read thfc 'testimony; it telis of a cure thai lasted:- ^ Mrs. R. M. Boustead, Ash Strict, Barcaldine,' says :-"A member'-of my family had a very bad attack of back* * ache and kidney trouble,, and had tu » " lie up for some weeks, as every move- ment caused increased suffering 'The <, ? ^ constant pain in the back was bad enough; but that was not all; other ."..-symptoms being disordcrede sccre .'. tions, dizzy attacks, and a djll, tired V "?'? feeling and restless nights. One clay v ? -I was asked had ...

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Commmercial. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

^ Commmercial. ' -s -: o : , . MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. The local branch of the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Coy, report :-We are in receipt of the following wire from our Melbourne office in regard to the wool bales in that centre :-*-"Offered good ^elec- tion, 8,600 bales, sold 8,000. Compared our last sale all superior wools 7 J to 10 per "cent lower, otherwise competition espec- ially Contintental very keen, prices gener' ally all top making wools little changed." ADD ENOGGERA The New Zealand Loan report :-4400 sheep yarded. Best mutton 5¿d to 6d lb; lambs dearer. Recommend consignments prime quality. 1140 cattle, -best bullock beef 15/- to 18/-, cow beef 12/- to 15/- per lOOlbs.

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CRICKET EDWARDS MARTIN v SHAMROCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

CRICKET EDWARDS MARTIN v SHAMROCKS^ This premiership fixture was played on the show grounds wicket on Saturday last und resulted in a win for Edwards Martin" by 21 runs on the first innings. Shamrocks batted three men short, Details of the scoring are as follows :-. - . ^'. SHAMROCKS.-First Innings. E. Glasson, c Savage, b Thorpe . 13 J. Dowling, c Roache, b Savage .... 9 F. O'Rourke, c Chambers, b Thorpe . . 3 S. Byrne, b Thorpe . 0 G. Samway, run out . Ö y. Lappin, not out . 2 W. Findlay, o Hall, b Savage.r. .- | A. Gavin, c Jennings, b Thorpe. 6 \ Sundries-.r.. 2 ¿i * v Total . 40 Wickets fell at 19, 25, 25, 25, 34, 40, 40. Bowling.-Thorpe 4 for 20, Roache none for 13, Savage 2 for 5. EDWARDS MARTIN.-First Innings. H. B. Menzies, c sub., b O'Rourke .. 1 O. Gavin, b Glasson . 11 B. Chambers, c and b O'Rourke .. *£ H. Fysh, b Glasson . B. Plall, c Byrne, b O'Rourke . * *? jj A. M. Savage, b Glasson ... ...... « P. Rogers, c Findlay, b O' . J-J» H. Roach, not out ?> bourke- 9 P. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

Imperial7 Hotel, LONGREACH. MRS. J. SPRINGER, , Proprietress. *¡ Phone 6. P. O. Box 2. <- c20

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Faith Healing. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

Faith Healing. - -: o : MELBOURNE, Friday. At the fifth and last service of the spir- itual hearing mission hundreds had to be refused admission. About 3000 patients' accepted Mr. Hickson's administrations and a number of cures were afterwards ( re- ported. The cures testified to since the mission started include deafness, blindness, sciatica, paralysis, and neuritis, whilst one woman who had been crippled was com- pletely cured. Second Trial-King Seremond, Uni of Crecy, or Mightyism. Shamrock Handicap -Sycee or Tarsi i. Welter-Hartfly or Astound. Second Novice-Symbelle or As- tound. Hibernian Handicap-Welcome or Dan Saymar. 1 ' -i '

Publication Title: Longreach Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Win For Dooley. A LABOUR SPLIT REPORTED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Longreach Leader — 16 March 1923

A Win For Oooïey. ? : o : ,,¿5 A LABOUR SPLIT REPORTED. SYDNEY, Friday. Mr. Dooley, who last week, was expelled by the Labour executive haa another vic- tory yesterday. At the Caucus meeting Messrs Dooley and M'Girr were both pres- ent," the latter as being the new leader ap- pointed by the executive. M'Girr's sup^ porters, claimed that Dooley had no right to be present, but on a vote Dooley won by 15 .votes to 12. M'Girr then dramatically called on his supporters to withdraw, which they did in a body and Dooley's support- . ers, then proceeded with the business of the meeting. The Labour Party ¿f New South Wales is now definitely split into two sections.

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