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CUTTING AROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

CUTTING AROUND. Place— a- bend' in a narrow highway. Time — a holiday. - Carefully driven automobiles 'passing up and down the road in orderly lines. Sign - by the waysidt : 'Dangerous Curve. Drive Slowly. Keep to the Right.' ? O.ne car in a tremendous hurry. Driver cuts around- the cars ahead at forty miles an-hour without looking to see what may be approaching around the bend. A crash. A cloud of dust, spokes, mudguards, splinters of glass, spark plugs, grease cups, monkey wrenches. Two cars hopelessly demolished. A . woman crushed senseless. A man's airms. broken. A girl's face -pitifully disfigured. Sign by the wayside: 'Dangerous Curve. .Drive Slowly. Keep to the Right.'

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HER GOLDEN HEART. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

HER GOLDEN HEART. 'You say you are in love with Miss Uaggs?' ' ? „ 'I'm sure I am. - - 'But I can't see anything attractive about her.' 'Neither can I see it. But it's in tho bank', all right.'

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AT A CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

AT A CONCERT. 'Well, after all, music does soothe the savage breast.' 'Tut, tut | .Imagine 'The Watch on the-; Rhine' soothing a bunch of fighting Allies.' :

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AFTER THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

AFTER THE WAR. Since Ned returned from India His talk's all Hindustani ; Whilst French appears the native tongue Of Red Cross sister Fanny. Arabic, Bob ( from old Bagdad) Thinks quite a jolly lingo; 'Greek beats 'em all, by jingo I' Young: Dick, who was in hospital At Maidenhead, is kiddish: He tries to make us think his speecfe Is Russiain, or else Yiddish! So now, our house, which hitherto Was called 'The Leafy Bower,' Willi all the members home again, We've re-named 'Babel Tower.' — -'London Opinion.'.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

When communicating with advtrtkter* 'kindly ; mention the ** Natlond LtadK*

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE EDITOR'S DUGOUT. EXTRACTS FROM A FUTURE NOVEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

THE EDITOR'S DUGOUT. EXTRACTS FROM A FUTURE NOVEL. ' Their eyes naetslri. With a great sobovitch she sank into his armski. ^ - 'Cursakoff youski !' he criedovitoh. ; He kissigolled her againski and againski. 'Ahaski!' she siieerediski, 'at laster vit-ch we have meterofCski 1' 'Gawd ski,' lie exclaimed, 'all my life . I have beenovilch a damphoolskil' ;

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
French Red Cross Appeal. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

French Red Cross Appeal. . ' . (To the Editor.) Sir,— The glorious spirit .of. sympathy which .exists to-day for our- noble and . true friend ' France gives ' strength and emphasis to the Appeal now being made through the State of Queensland, on be half of the French Red -Cross 'Society, which is rendering inestimable sir-vice to . the.. wounded and distressed soldiers of ' .the Allied armies in- France. ... The hospitals are full of suffering ones, and receive the' tenderest care, be they . French, British, Anzacs. or , Cana dians. . . . Q ueensiand is bound to. France by an eveiias, ting bond of faith, love, and soul ful, sympathy in memory of - the heroic blood shed on her soil, and this alone has cemented an everlasting friendship. -We cannot be. forgetful of those who are suffering for us all, and that' suffer-,, ing must immeasurably ?surpass: 'our' ex perience or knowledge, hut o'ur admira tion for France isr ever increasing, for we know with what fortitude she has borne -all...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BY A TRAINED PESSIMIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

BY A TRAINED PESSIMIST. Consistency — the -last refuge -of mediocrity. If slavery were not voluntary it would cease to exist. \ ^ We are generous in- our suffering; niggardly in our pleasures. We are born with wisdom, or not; we acquire nonsense.. : The mind's subway is officered en tirely by .women. Civilisation — the survival of the un fitted. God sees you— even when you are in church. Poverty— the world's greatest ex travagance. It is not good for a man to be alone that is why so many are bachelors.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Repatriation Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

The Repatriation Act. . Published by the Repatriation .Act Amendment Committee, representing the R.SiS.I.L.A., the' Rejected Volunteers' Association, the R.S. and Citizens'. Political Federation and the Queensland Loyalty League. w. The war is. almost over and the Repatriation of our Army is the burning question or the day. Hundreds of thousands of Australia's best men have answer ed the call and sacrificed all that a man holds dear for' the sake of their country and their. ideals. . They have realised that they must pay for the right to the name of -''Man', that the word 'Citizen' carries within itself grave duties besides privi leges. And Australia recognising the spirit in which they gave themselves, has shown her gratitude in 'a thousand grandiloquent speeches made by her Statesmen, in a thousandfold repeated promises, to look after the welfare of those who fought v. for Australia's name and Australia's welfare. Are we true to those promises? Or were all the promises made in tim...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

W. HEALION, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Tea, Wine, Spirit, and Produce Merchant,, LEICH HARDT-STREET, BRISBANE 'Phone 168. R. C. Illingworth : HIGH. CLASS TAILOR, V 809 QUEEN-STREET ^(Opposite Q.N. Bank), BRI8BANE T Telephone No. 1380. JOHN HODGE, Surgical Instrument and Truss Maker to the General and Children's Hospital GEORGE-STREET, BRISBANE. (Opposite Supreme Court) Lady In attendance. 'Phone 602.. Cutlery Ground and Set. MDLVIR1LL & HANSEN ! House, Land and Estate Agents, 829 QUEEN-STREET. 'Phone 5467 (Next 'National Leader' Office) Printed by ROBT. McGREGOR & CO. for the Returned Soldiers and Citizens' Political Federation (Queensland Division) and published by D. WADS' WORTH, of VlrglBla.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
From Near and Far If is for France. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

| . ® From Near and Far # | w & St Is for France. . r ? J ? . Down the old cobbled street of. the little French village came Margot. Her 'one-time light and buoyant step was slow, land. her eyes, as . she gazed wistfully round , her, held a suspicion of tears. iBow strangely quiet the street was, she reflected, save for an occasional woman pr child it was empty. Not a man could Ebb seen anywhere. Where were the men? Ah! well she knew! The distant mid , never-ceasing, sound of guns told ©nly too plainly whore they wero. Far tout . over the .wheat fields they were, Sighting — many of them dying — for their Jiomes — for her— for France 1 She thrilled with pride as she thought of $hbm. What men they were- — what grand splendid men! Unconsciously her head went up. Far ?uip on the tower of , & nearby belfry she. caught sight of a ftag— the grand victorious, tricolour -of bid France ! ; Her eyes, softened as she gazed. It, too, seemed to share her pride &s it Opened...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WISHED MORNING COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

WISHED MORNING COME. Wished morning's come! An now upon the plains And distant mountains, where they feed their flocks, The happy shepherds leave their homely huts, And with their pipe3 proclaim the new born day. The lusty 'swain comes with his well filled scrip, ?-. To% follow in the fields his daily toil, And dress the grateful glebe that yields him fruits. e The beasts that under the warm hedges slept, And weathered out the cold bleak night, are up, And looking towards the neighbouring pastures, raise Their voice, and bid their fellow-brutes good-morrow. The cheerful birds, too, on the tops of trees Assemble all in quires, and with their notes Salute and welcome up the rising sun. —Thomas Otway (Seventeenth Century) The shipowners at home see just fear ful danger in the threatened nationalisa tion of the shipping trade. That, how ever, is only natural, all personal inter ests being considered. The system of nationalisation practically proved it self during the war. Is the Common ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

McGUFFIE & CO. .-w^iSSF8 (S. G. COWELL) &MJL ^ — ? ? 248 Queen Street, 'Phcne 580. BRISBANE.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

JOHN BISHOP S SOUS Steam Dyers and Clothe* Cleaners. All work done by machinery. Salts Gleaned and Pressed, 4/6. STANLEY-IT., 80UTH BRISBANE. TPlume 8138. a . ? ^ ? F T 1 O W ± J Selected eH©e©LHTES in half-lb. tins Ir l -I 1 1 VI r% I l it ®* r^ I Tffl Speciality: CHOeOLATE PINEAPPLE * ^w''M Lirlllt One quality, the Best. Phone 5CC0«I.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

?In A MATTER OF -CHOICE ir never a: difficult/ at WALTON'S, the variety Is wide,' the designs all care ; fully chosen te please your artistic sense. There is- only one quality of workmanship and ma terials^ and tha price n«ver halts your decision. Terms arranged. . ' WALTON'S MAKE IT POSSIBLE.' ~ WALTON BROS. Complete Houaa Furnishers, BRUNSWICK-STREET, VALLEY

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Pogroms and their Cause [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

Pogroms and their Cause The word 'pogrom' originated in - Russia and replaced the word 'mas-, sacre' in modern vocabulary, because to a certain extent it carries a definite modern meaning. Massacres and- perse- cutions of Jews have taken place for ?centuries past, being the outcome of religious fanaticism and dark supersti tions, of middle ages.. In modern history however pogroms have invariably been ?organised by cool, calculating cliques, parties and governments to whom religion is mainly an empty phrase and supersti tions only a means enabling them better to keep the masses they mile and exploit under subjection. Jews, as being the most intelligent and the best educated, part of Russia's popu lation were in the eyes of the old, auto cratic mis-governments a standing men ace to the powers of oppression and ex plpitation. .Furthermore amongst- the Russian revolutionary parties of pre-war days the Jewish Social-Democratic party, the 'Bund' was the strongest and the most active of al...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

?- Getlt at EXTON'S These' arethe things we stock for the builder. They are of tlu» ) finest qualities, and ire tan gir$ you PROMPT DELIVERY ~ — that's a bis point nowadays, isn't it? EMB08TEEL METAL CEILINQ8, LEADED LIGHTS, PAINTS, GLASS, GLASS BEVELLING find . SILVERING, GLASS EMBOSSING; ~ And we hare a large staff of sign*, writers whose work Is of tie beat, R. S. EXTON & CO. Ltd! QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE; And at Toowoomba.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Problems of Land Settlement by Returned Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

Problems of Land Settlement by Returned Soldiers. (By W. Lees, Editor 'Australian Pas ; toralists' Gazeitte.') %The question of settlement upon the land of those~meri of splendid courage, who,- while those of helot mind, vacil lated between fear of rifle and other sel fishness and were protected by coward- - ly-souled politicians, deserves the most generous consideration of those who have the present and future welfare of this State at heart. Not only should the utmost support and co-operation be given to those who stood to the breach and protected with their young lives the freedom we enjoy, because of the great debt we and future generations owe to them, but also that as the productive* ness of the country is essential to the well being of the country the utmost return must be obtained from every acre available for cultivation. The reason first stated is emphasised in the great roll of honour emblazoned with the names of our men. The second reason is the enormous State debt, which...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

You'll be able to step into a better job If yon take on one of our Courses NOW. V J O I 1 You study in your spar© time at home. Amongst the 250 Stott Courses are — UAhirilAfl VAlfllDrV I Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Accountancy, Journalism, Commercial Art, IIV^I 111 III ill V ill IUIvjI l3 ? show Card Writing, Engineering, Telegraphy, Wireless, Surveying, Architecture A® II^UI II\iU WWV»^ » or ^ for free booklet, 'Haw to Choose a Career,' and ^uric- about the ^ Bpecial discount we allow returned ; fr,, Mrs is* 4 CREEK STREET BR1SBAN | ?I - ' ? ?' : *u»* ?- ' . . , . . ~:l

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

FOR A RETURNED SOLDIER. A returned soldier seeks the loan of a typewriter, any design, or build, at a charge. Reply to this Office.

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