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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

| George Wills & Go. L'! | ' General Merchants I | Wharf Street :: Brisbane. | J Sole Agents for .. . £ ♦ ^llaliiiita' Ca&ned Fruits' Jam» CocM' ^ocoa I ♦ ilClubld and Milk, Tea, Shaker Salt, Pickles t X THIS BRAND STANDS FOR QUALITY % - X SO ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM! J | We also handle Large Stocks of CABBIDE, WIKE, WOOLPACKS f | EE SIN, HESSIAN, Etc., Etc. - % I Wholesale Merchants ©nly. | D Grocers, Butchers, Confectioners, etc. ' You should u«e ayton Moneyweicjht Scales. They are certified by all Inspect ors( of Weights. Mistakes Impossible. Accuracy in weighin Money valve shown with correct weight. Scales, Baccn Cutters and Cheese CutterB to suit ailtrade . Prices and particulars from Dayton Monegweiglit Scale Co., Ltd ? ^41 ^UGph(fn e' 2^0 8b?llie ' ?? ' ... ' . . : ' ' . . .. 1 STOP - I ANDyCONSiDiER r: ' i1'' ' WHAT IT MEANS xTO HAVE A , ' M ? RELIABLE PUMPING PLANT. ' i1 ' ' jffij Future success isn't assured unless a permanent water suy- | , 1 mffly ply is ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

When, the cost „ of; living', laboOr, and taxation, is soaring, it is -essential for the Primary Producer to get tliewutmdst Rvalue ; for; :his products. ? This can be assured by: consigning- all HIDES, SKINS, WOOL, and LIVE STOCK to the old-established, firm— ' MOkEH EADS LTD., Brisbane ; . ? ... ? : ? ? who will be pleased. to send ''XV LABELS, MARKET REP0RTS, Etc., QN APPLICATION. II DIGGERS! '\. ' ' ;| Evans & Johnston, ^ STANLEY AND VULTURE STS., S. BRISBANE; and at WICKHAM ST., VALLEY, |i || nearlWoWhlrter's. 'Phone 2749, S. Brisbane; 6466, Valley. lii : ' BUGGIES, SULKIES, BUCKBOARDS, DRAYS, AND WAGGONS. ' ill n , ' New and Second-hand Harness Bought and Sold. mi : ' ' 60' SULKIES, 40 BUGGIES, ,20 CARTS, 5 BUCKBOARDS TO CHOOSE FROM. ; ;;; I1!1- Bring along your Repatriation Orders.: Satisfaction and Straight-forward Dealings. III ' ? - ' ?:'* 1 1 1 Joyce Brothers (Q.) Ld. - STANLEY STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE. „ Also SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, FREMANTLE, DUNEDIN, CHRISTCHURCH, LON...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
General Glasgow. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

General Glasgow. * It has been publicly announced that Major . General Sir T. W. Jjlasgow has consented . to his nomination as the Senate candidate of this Federation. ^ It has been the one aim. of this Federation when seeking candidates, to obtain men whom they can rely upon 'and .whom they can place before the electors as men worthy Of their' suf frage, and upon whom we can rely to legislate for the good of the whole people. It will be recognised by all that the selection of General .Glasgow conforms to our aim and we have the assurance of unqualified support from ail sec tions of the community. \ General Glasgow is an Australian,'* in fact, a Q ueenslander, reared and educated at Gym pie and has spent many years of a successful life in this State. He served with the, forces during the Boer War, and received the D.S.O. for gallant ser vice. When his country, again required him he was ready and has proved that Australia has men who can take their stand in any sphere , and hold, the...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

Hy. Dean & Sons Roma Street, Brisbane THE BEST PLACE TO CONSIGN YOUR — - ? PRODUCE FOR SALE and , THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PLACE TO ^UY ALL THE PRODUCE YOU WANT. You Soldiers J ust Home from the War You remember when you 'joined up' how you put away your citizen * clothes, thinking, 'They may be quite alright when I come home again.' , v But to some of you, that was 2, 3, 4 years ago, and now that you're put ting away your uniform for re-union days and getting back to business, you find . that the old suit won't do at all! Your physique has changed. You feel you simply must get a new suit! And it's a good idea to start this new phase of your life with a new suit! You know as well as any man the vdlue of a smart, clean-cut ap ; v pearance, and you're going to start your citizen life right—in a new suit! LET BEIRNE'S MAKE IT. - 1 ' BEIRNE'S SUITS (to Measure) : 847- to 10 Guineas. '? ? ?: 'v. -' ' x are the best suits your money can buy! Let the chips fall where- they V may. v. ,...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE HOLY TERROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

TH£ HOLY TERROR. 'Lady: 'They say Father Hooley advanced to the attack with a prayer-book in one hand and a bomb in the other.' Returned Soldier: 'They're always thryin' t' belittle a good man, mum/' Lady: 'Why, isn't it true?' Soldier: 'No, lady; he had bombs in both ?hands.'' : : ' America says, 'Peace at par' (Is -Wilson not presuming?). ?; Britain says, 'Bah!' . r And France cries ^Saar! ' While Hirtjrfe Pluming! ' ? -- \ , ?? ? ? ./o - -- .

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PERTINENT POINTS ON MODERN MEDALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

PERTINENT POINTS ON MODERN MEDALS. ii what you do not know about medals and ribbons is not worth knowing, skip this article and -ead' something else. If you ; are seeking knowledge, read on. Suppose, with « a little stretch of imagina tion, you are the proud possessor of a few medals for gallantry, the V.C., D.C.M., M.M., for 'instance, one or two 'common or garden' watt medals, a long service and good conduct ' medal, and one or two foreign medals, do you know the order of wearing same? Do you even know what the ribbons are like? ?- Here are a few rules to guide you. First and foremost 'on the right of the line' comes the V.C. Medals awarded for gallantry in ac tion follow. War medals come next. Then - follows the G.C. medal. Lastly, foreign medals — after all British medals— take their „ place. You can wear your medals or ribbons in horizontal rows or allow them to overlap. ^ 4, The Colours oT Ribbons. With khaki serge service dress in vogue ? nowadays one never sees a' medal, but...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

Headaches Disappear DULL VISION is changed to CLEAR VI8I0N. FOR J P, FRY thk ' ' jfSSam' ? FXo.o.Q. ?EYE (By Exam.) j. p; fry & CO. OPTOMETRISTS and OPTICIANS; EDWARD STREET BRISBANE. (Courier Buildings)

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Nebelungen Sequel. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

i ' -i . . v, 1 ? r. ? ' ? ? ? . ? A Newspaper cutting, of about four years ago, of an article of Miss Corelli, where she speaiis of the splendid chance lying to Ger many's hand, of the peaceful conquest of the / world, the largest share of the world's , com- . , ^ merce, being easily within grasp; and as, being let go, in the egoism of the Kaiser for vaunting, blustering effects r 'Miss Corelli illustrated her point in producing the wonder- * . ful old German epic, 'The Nibelungen Lied,' -r to the best of -her recollection. 'J. . THE NEBELUNGEN SEQUEL*. J ' ' r , 'Twas in, his -youth and vigour, ; - For so the -story goes,. , \ ,The wonder of all wonders , ? , , Came to the Hun of Huns. . , - .??? ' v'-,: _r -? a *?' - ?H-'-'f - ?' , , It sought the youthful Kaiser, , ,vt ,'A legend dream of old, 1 - , ' Of Nebelungen glory, , ? . * , Of wealth and power untold. ,? * ? ?/ ? - He waked to find ill: wonder - ^ * N - The vision had not fled, : - For there the Rliine man Hagen Bent low...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

©possums - Bears Marsupials Consign to John Bridge & Co. Ltd., Brisbane, and secure top prices and quick returns. John Bridge & Company LIMITED BRISBANE. * Consign Skins — 'John Bridge,-. Boma Street.' ' ^ , OUR COMRADE' SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND GENERAL PUBLIC*! i}} McLennan (SI Nutting '/ STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. i FAT StOCK SALESMEN, AUCTIONEERS, Etc., HOUSE, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, ADELAIDE CHAMBERS, 44 ADELAIDE STREET (Opp. Allan & Stark). J' Lieut. G. W.. Nutting (late of 11th L.H. Regiment), and formerly of New Zealand i/ jj, Loan and M.A. Coy., desires to advise the General Public that he has entered into part- / j i nepship with Kenneth McLennan, and the business will be carried on- 'in the name of i ( I the Firm as above stated. I ' ]j|i We also respectfully advise that both have recently returned from the front, and' 'i beg to solicit the favour of a trial, when we are satisfied that a continuance of business i'1 ? V,1,1 .will follow. ' - ? - iji1 f C...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

i ' : * I S^e New Police Boot | \ as approved and worn by tlio^ \ S QUEE.WSLAWKJ POLICE FORCE \ | ' ^ ^ , ^ ? f This Footwear is admirably adapted for Returned Men who have to get about a v \ good deal in every walk of life, and the f^tt that it has been approved of by experts J ^ for the Queensland Forces stamps it as being also suitable for the alert and active \ f men who are now getting back into civies. ? , \ \ Made specially by the Avis Boot Coy. from the best materials, it is honest through \ r and through. Sizes 5 to 10 can be supplied and all have, welted soles, are leather lined, \ f and of standard weight. ' - / ?.? / i Note the absence of Toecap — a feature recommended by all experienced pedestrians. \ Cribb & Foote J The Universal- Providers by Mail, ^ f ?*; = ''Where- Thousands Shop by Post' ..Y: V \\y }r::' IPSWICH. j r General Catalog is Post Free. . Mall your request to-day. . -r J! A C. GRAHAM (Late A.I.F.) 172 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. AUSTRALIA'S LEADING ME...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

GLASS, OIL AND COLOUR MERCHANTS, SHOP FITTERS, SIGNWRITERS. ? ? l ? !? ? R.S.EXTSN&CO. Limited. Wallpapers, Leadlights, Brushwaire, ; Painters' and Artists' Requisites, Bevelled Mirrors, Picture Frames. ; ENQUIRIES SOLICITED. ^ ; R. S. EXTON & COrLtd. QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE;': And at Toowoomba.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

STAHTHORPE NATURE'S GREAT SANATORIUM For Fruit, Minerals and Health t I, , The coming district of Queensland. Soldiers find others : supplied with every requisite for the Land and House hold. Mpderate charges and a fair deal. E. Gleeson, Melbourne House GOODS DELIVERED BY MOTOR FREE.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

For all unsigned political sentiments ex pressed in this paper, W. Worley, 331 Queen street, Brisbane, is responsible. ? ' \

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO ALL RETURNED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

TO ALL RETURNED. SOLDIERS. : You are reminded that if you intend to use '-'the postal vote you must make application s to the Returning Officer of your division on : ' the form provided. . , If all you diggers who must record the postal vote will do as above you wili be al right. Also will you let every other digger Jmow. . - v. W. Worley, 331 Queen-street, Brisbane. ? A''.''' ' . 11 r ? 'And do^you think that the army training will fbe of permanent help to the boys, now that they have returned to civil life?' 'Judging from the bills that I'm getting, about the only command ' my ' son remember s now is 'Charge!'' ? , . A party of- soldiers were , camping out, and v! doing manoeuvres. An Irishman was left in ?'chafge of the dinner. He accidentally upset . the contents of a tea dixie into the soup, but he did not want to tell them he hadv spoilt the ^dinner, so on : their return he remarked: 'It . you chaps find any tay-leaves in the soup, shure an' it's mint.'

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NOTES AS TO DATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

NOTES AS TO DATES. , \ April 14, 1918— Haig's famous message: 'With our backs' to the wall, each one of us. must fight on to the end. There must be no , retirement.' ' - May 29th. — Germans .as far as Soissons and, /advancing North of Rheims, claiming trenlen-., dous booty. vv = ' June 1st.— Germans reached 'fillers Coteret, 40 miles from Paris. July 15th— Third German offensive opened on 50-mile front. The, Marne crossed.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Industrial Problem. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

Tbe Ipdustrial Prebtem. * (By W. O'B.) The solution *-f the industrial problems of to day demands the immediate active co-operation of the brains of our legislators, supplemented by those of keen-witted business men and the moderate-minded of the energetic industrial ists. And this co-operation must be with an absolute absence of party or class prejudice, and with a striding towards the development of a National sentiment. To the worker the extremist is a menace. The worker holds, or should hold, in his hands (if the have faith in our present power of democracy and constitution), the weapons whereby his status may be improved step by step. To-day our boast is that Australia is the inost democratic country in the world, therefore there is- no excuse for the presence of the extremist. The agitator who plunges the masses into starvation and idleness, who is responsible for thousands of pounds of union funds and workers' Wages being wasted in futile class war, has forfeited the confiden...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LABOUR AND RETURNED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

LABOUR AND RETURNED SOLDIERS. ' . On June 3rd, 1918, at the N.S.W. ' Labour ? x ' Conference, the late L. J. O'Hara said that: if any of the returned soldiers were unfit to / return to their work they would be merely on the same basis as other physically unfit mem bers of \he corjununity, the blind and the crippled. Mr. Rutherford QjSaddlers' Union) said returned soldiers were not entitled to any special privileges for having gone to the war. rThis idea of giving extra privileges to returned,* soldiers was based upon entirely Spurious rea soning. v ' Hostility to returned soldiers was declared by the Executive of- the Melbourne Trades Hall Council (Melbourne press report, February 11, 1919)-, in reply to a deputation wliich asked for preference to returned soldiers, all other things being equal. .Mr. Russell (President, - Trades Hall Council) said that if it was a , matter of preference _pver the man who felt he should not go he could hot stand to it. Mr. M'Pherson (member of the Tr...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

♦ V-'. '? '???:?. -vd t summer Salts for Meg | ' % ? ' X ? ♦ Our Men's Deartment is complete ♦ with everything for Men's Wear. , Here are a few lines oi interest to ' ♦ men of grit:— ^ tSILKETTE SUITS, very latest cut ♦ ' - and finish . .. . . . . . . . . ... ........ 50/- ^ % -SILK SUITS, eautifully finished and + - : ♦ cool .... £4/4/- up. Worth £6/6/- ♦ £ SAC SUITS, all sizes, very smart, J 'a from .... £3/12/6. Why pay £8/8/-? J X ? / ? ' ? — ? T Our Prices Talk and make some ♦ v - ! ^ Think. f t ? / - — ? | McGILORAY & CO. J » % 64 WICKHAM ST., VALLEY J c (Opposite Tritton's) ♦. ? - X ? r- * X We Pay Carriage. ♦ X 10 per cent. Dis. to Returned Soldiers. ♦ f ♦ w [ADVERTISEMENT.] NATIONALISTS and all electors who wish Australia to be prosperous and contented VOTE THUS: _ _ SENATE. ; n~j ADAMSON GO FERRICKS [2] G1VENS , . : - . EH GLASGOW --'-- [J] MAUGHAN - /K'\ LU TURLEY NOTE. — You MUST write a figure in eq4$i .? of the six squares in accordance with your preference, ot...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOME ARMY DEFINITIONS. (Un-Official). [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

SOME ARMY DEFINITIONS. s ; , (Un-Official). An umpire is a critic who looks on - and damns both sides. A strategist is one who knows enough to keep near the beer waggon. A' tactician is one who knows how it ought to be done when he is not the person to do it. A counter-attack is the rush of thirsty , soldiers to the canteen bar. A feint attack is the falling-out dodge of Pte. Weary after doing about one hour's march. The disposition of troops can be best judged by their thirst and the facilities for quenching ' A spirited advance- is the return to barracks at night from the 'Jolly Sailor, '^or some kin dred house of call. ' . : _ v r The place of concentration is the beef-essence f factory. ? ? - - : ?? 7 ? ? ' .* /.' ? ... The vanguard -is the bounder who generally puts out your luggage at- 'the wrong station; H . The objective is the person pr thing who ob ' jects^ usually the enemy. /: ; ' Field sketches are of many kinds, and vary ; from the subaltern who has lost his head rto t...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

♦ Tell your Friends about the Goodness of f I H EMzO! $ The Tried and Proyed Money=saving T reatment for * | | Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds, Whooping! | Catarrh, and | I Sore Throatsi I | FOR 1N.FLUENZA | I USE HEENZO 1 Heenzo Cough Di4nibiKl$. f J HEENZO is Pleasant to take. ~ ' ? J t HEENZO sterilizes Germs in the Mouth and Throat. ? ? HEENZO soothes and heals Inflamed Mucous Membrane. -- 'T ^ HEENZO allays Distressing Coughs. ? - ▼ t ^ HEENZO clears the Bronchial Tubes. ? ' *H^ENZO Is a Great Money-Saver. ?1 ? ? ^ V ^ I Costs 2/=— Saves Pounds \ i ' : ? - ' ?? ' '? T Each bottle of Heenzo, when added to sweetened water, as per easy directions T Y printed on the label, produces a family supply of superior quality mixture— as ^ T much as would cost from 12/- to £1, or more, if you bought ordinary ready-made ^ J mixtures in a lot of little bottles. Money; cannot buy a better medicine than + J the Heenzo mixture, which you may prepare in your, own home in a few moments, I Easily and qui...

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