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FIHELLY'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

FIHELLY'S SPEECH. At a meeting held in Albert Square on Saturday night' last, Mr. Robt. Wells, General Organising Secretary of the R.S. and P.N. League, was asked why the 'National Leader' had not printed; Fihelly's speech in full. Mr. Wells replied thati Filhelly's speech was , published in full, as it ap-i peared in the 'Catholic Advocate.' If it was! considered satisfactory to the ' Catholic Advocate' ! that -the speech, as . published by them, outlined ' the most important points, then the 'National! Leader,' naturally came to the conclusion that! what was good enough to appear jn the ' Advocate' j was good enough: to repeat .in the ' Leader.' \ |

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PARTY POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 29 September 1916

PARTY POLITICS. In the fcfouse last week, during the Booker incident : Mr. Tolmie (leader of the Opposition) called the attention of the Speaker to a remark by jjjj r. Theodore that he would pull Mr. ^organ's nose. Mr. Theodore said that in deference to M r. Tolmie's request he would npt pull }Sx. .Morgan's nose. (Laughter.) This is the kind of foolery which makes party pvuuis d. idugxnng stocK to every elector yvho thinks nationally. Mr. Morgan . This is only what we can exDect from a foreigner. (Cries of 'Shame!') Mr. Collins ; I rise to a point of order. (Disorder and cries of ' Chair ! ') The Speaker : Order, order 1 Mr. Morgan (to Mr. Theodore): Why don't you go back to Bulgaria ? Mr. Theodore (warmly) : I'll pull your nose,, you — e .77J' Morgan (excitedly and in pugnacious attitude : It you want to pull my nose ; come outside (pointing to the door). You want to pull my nose, eh ? The Speaker became vehement in his demands for order. Mr. Morgan: Well, you should get rid of for...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ENEMY ALIEN QUESTION. DISCUSSED BY RETURNED SOLDIERS. SECOND-HAND IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

ENEMY ALIEN QUESTION. DISCUSSED BY RETURNED SOLDIERS. SECOND-HAND IDEAS. At a special general meeting of the Queensland branch of the Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League of Australia}] on Tuesday night, the enemy alien question was discussed. The dis cussion arose on the following motion : (1) Definition of Enemy Subject — ' Enemy ' subject shall include, all German, Austrian, Hungarian, Turk or Bulgarian, born in any of these countries, or a native of anv other country declaring war against the Allies during the present European . war. (2) That all enemy subjects who have been interned, or are of doubtful loyalty, be sent back to their own country/ as soon as possible after the termination of the war. (3) That all single men of enemy parentage, born in Australia, be re cruited and formed into battalions, and used for war work ^ the front. That none of these men receive com missioned or non-commissioned rank ; such ranks to be held by Australians, (4) That all single enemy subject...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SPARKS FROM MR. HUGHES' ANVIL [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

? «- . * m . 8PARK3FJIDV! MR.H J3HH5' AS'/lli ' I adjure those men who are con ^pmng-td.ibring Australia face to fa-pe with dishonour : and §hame, , to thirik ' ; s6tiouMy- tin ? their, - position. ..'.If. ; thejy betray Great. Britain, the time majy th'eyjwiJi cry ;to ,h*er fjpr.^iji, .. aad'^Great Britain ;i#ill not Kfiqr. them „ Wqh:^gainsOy^1^:/wl|p ' . have been .ihyjfri^ds^as J ^ agarnfet tyrants who have been my life-loijg ' enemies. I will have no vyranny in this country.' / f .

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

'MAXWELL' The Maxwell Car appeals to Prospective Car Buyers more than any other make, especially *t the present time, on account of its low cost of up -keep and low initial cost. 6 Passenger - 1325b 2 Passenger - £310 (with Electric Starter, Lights, etc.) . ' ? i W. F. TURK MOTORS Ltd. Adelaide Street, Brisbane. ? What's this ODR REMEDIES ARE NOT PATENT MEDICINES. But the result of over 50 years sucioeBaful psootioe of one of the world's greatest specialists on — CATARRH, BRONCHITIS mid ASTHMA anid Diseases emanating therefrom. The remedies were left us as an heirloom, thiiB this noble work goes on. ?PERMANENT RESULTS GUARANTEED. Note. — The warm months are the opportune time. tend for Free Consultation Free Booklet. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. W. H. CURTIS, Manager, Room 19 PRESTON HOUSE, Queen St., BRISBANE. Whiucup's Tl\e Yalley Furnishers, I Ours is a furnishing warehouse, wholly and soldty. We specialize in Furniture, in Floor Coverings, ? Crockery, Tin ware, and such-like household need...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. HUGHES' MEETING. RETURNED SOLDIERS FLOUTED. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

MR. HUGHES' MEETING. I RETURNED SOLDIERS FLOUTED. | Widespread comment was the result of the distribution of tickets for Mr. Hughes^ big meeting, by Canon Garland, Rev. G. E. Rowe, and Mr. G. K. Seabrook. These gentlemen, who were, we understand, responsible for the whole organisation, as far as the tickets were concerned, showed a total lack of discretion in the methods they employed to get rid of the tickets, j Had they shown even a rudimentary knowledge of the methods required to 1 make such an important event pass . off smoothly, the public would probably J have allowed them their meed of credit) but the gentlemen in question, distri- j buted far more tickets than the number required to fill the hall. From the returned soldiers' point of view, the lack of consideration shown the ? two organisations, the Returned Soldiers' Association and the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League, was deplorable. In the opinion of the organisers of the meeting, the ^support of the retur...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PRIME MINISTER'S RECEPTION. MR. HUGHES RAISES GREAT ENTHUSIASM. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

PRIME MINISTER'S RECEPTION. MR. HUGHES RAISES GREAT ENTHUSIASM. It is doubtful if ever a visiting politician was ever greeted so enthusi astically by a Brisbane audience, as was Mr, Hughes at the civic reception yesterday. The crowd , which filled the Council Chamber, and overflowed into the corridors, and even into the sanctum of the Mayor, was brimful of enthusiasm. When His Worship and the Prime Minister entered, the crowd rose as one man, and cheered until the volume of sound threatened to lift the ceiling of the ancient chamber. (It must be nearly sixty years old now.) After .the Mayor had formally welcomed the man whom every true Australian patriot delights to honour, honest John Adamson rose to supple ment the remarks of His Worship. The roar of applause which greeted the man who dared do as his conscience dictated, almost knocked him endways. He thought he didn't deserve it, and told the audience that no man deserved such applause for merely doing his duty. This was a time, ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"Anti" Misrepresentations. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

'Anti' Wisrepresentations. L. The misrepresentation would not deal only with the question of con scription, but every dirty party political trick, every scrupulous and unscrupulous method would be employed, to blind the eyes of the Australian people to the real situation. Mr. Wells, again referring to the pam phlet which had been circulated among the men in Ipswich workshops, said it had referred to the part Mr. Denham had played in the great general strike of 1912. This was no time, said the Referee National League : Gentlemen, you are not fighting in the National interest, and I disqualify you both! speaker, to drag up before the people of Australia, an old, almost forgotten . strike which was absolutely irrelevant to the present issue. Mr. Hughes and the Law. Again, this pamphlet read, ' Hughes i is acting, and will have you called up next month.' Why would he have them called up ? Because the law of the land gave him power to call Hp all the eligible men for home defence. In cal...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

' MOTORISTS will find in the latest V:.' v v ? , -..??? - Hupmobile an ideal car for all ; Ik ? conditions. Well [designed, well built, ? n lul fo) fnTii(?T) o) fl hands°me * \ / 1/ VV^y j [ UliiJ UV U IVSrP impression at once, of quality. ' The \ f^Pa| JBKgll^ ?. Combination of it being simple of control ' - ; and economical to run is making the ' , '? V ' Hup ' a favourite car. AH Models are equipped with High Tension Magneto, and have Electric Self Starter and Lights. EYERS MOTOR CO. LTD., Adelaide St., Petrie's Bight, BRISBANE JOHNSON'S LIMITED. The House Second to None for all classes of- — — _ — - Indoor and outdoor Catering Executed In the Best and Latest Style i ? Noted also for their Wedding and Birthday Cakes and as being Manufacturers of the Genuine Sand Cake DONT I^EAD THIS! Bat! if you arfc wanting a GOOD 8M0KE, GIVUS E Conner 231 Geors* Sbreet- ? UUUPOI, BR|gBANE, ATRIAL. All Klnda High Grade Tobaeoos, Cigars, and Cigarettes and Fancy Goods kept In Stook. Firtt Cists H...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

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Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. HUGHES TALKS STRAIGHT AT CIVIC RECEPTION. CONSPIRATORS AGAINST STATE. "I WON'T HAVE TYRANTS." [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

MR. HUGHES TALKS STRAIGHT AT CIVIC RECEPTION. CONSPIRATORS AGAINST STATE. ' I WON'T HAVE TYRANTS.' In his response to the great reception tendered to him by the city yesterday, - f the Hon. Wm. Morris Hughes, gavg the people who heard him, somethine to think about. Although he broke no new ground, his speech was so forceful, and his periods so concise, that no one had any difficulty in fol lowing him. Mr. Hughes said the welcome to. the city gave him very great pleasure. He came to Queensland as a youth of. about 20, that was 32 years ago, and he lived here two years continuously. He had / however, seen something of its great f spaces, and had known what it was to live among its varying conditions. He came to it to-day in the midst oj the most grave period that ever confronted the people of Australia, the most grave situation that could confront the people of any country. When he looked back, and fie saw, through the span of yeiars, the great opportunities that were given to the cit...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOCIALISTS AND THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

SOCIALISTS AND THE WAR. The Nationalist-Socialist Party, in a manifesto to the socialists of Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and South Africa, expresses surprise and regret to see, by the overseas Socialist journals, that a considerable number of colonial Socialists believe that Great Britain ought not to have participated in the war. This arises from an entire mis conception of the facts. When the the Central Powers rejected an appeal to arbitration, Serbia was invaded, also Belgium and France. ' We were bound to fight aggressors desiring to dominate Europe, and place the smaller nation alists at the mercy of Prussian mili tarism.' It says, 'Had Germany won, democracy and socialism would have been thrown back more than a generation. British capitalism is a terrible enemy, but capitalism strength ened by German militarism, is more dangerous still. When peace comes, the workers will have a far greater chance of obtaining control in Britain than ever before. They have become used to a...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

BEALE PIANOS AND PLAYER PIANOS The discriminating Musician, when selecting a Piano, always ; chooses the BE A LE for it embodies ALL the essentials of a really first-class instrument. Perfect in Touch. Full and Resonant Tone. Artistic in Appearance. 25 Years Guarantee. BEALE PIANOS are made in Australia, expressly for ? -the Australian Climate. ? ° We invite you to call and make a personal examination, or send for OUR FREE CATALQGUB. o Cash or Easy Terms. o Our ONLY Brisbane Address, Note Particularly I 90-92 QUEEN ST., (Next Allan & Stark's) I SMART CLOTHES AT AN HOUR'S NOTICE. The £'eoessity often arises to get into a Civilian Suit at short notice. There is no time for the usual method of measuring and making to order. To meet this demand, we have made up a few suits in ' the best tailored style. Some of the suits are quite finished, others require the .sleeves— and length of leg adjusted. In any case, suitable alterations can be made in a few hours. From time to time ther...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CABINET VACANCY. APPOINTMENT OF NEW MINISTER. NO ACTION YET TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

▼▼▼ CABINET VACANCY. APPOINTMENT OF NEW MINISTER. NO ACTION YET TAKEN. So far the Labor Party has not taken any steps to fill the vacancy in the Cabinet, caused by the resignation of Mr. Adamson (Minister for Railways). The Premier (Mr. Ryan) indicated on Wednesday that no action would be taken until a full meeting of the Caucus could be called. A Cabinet meeting was held on Wednesday afternoon, but after dealing with formal business, there was very little time lor the consideration of other matters. Ministers generally are reticent con cerning the suggestion that there should he a general resignation, to enable the i party to elect a new Ministry. The J name of Mr. W. N. Gillies (Chairman of the Public Works Commission) was . prominently mentioned yesterday as . that, of a .! likely successor to Mr. i Adamson. ,The chances of other' mem ,l^re, :nota^ly Messrs. Stopford and T. L. Jones, al§o were widely discussed.

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Truth about the Dublin Rebellion. "OUR ALLIES IN GERMANY." [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

The Truth about the Dublin Rebellion. 'OUR ALLIES IN GERMANY.' The public of Queensland will not, for a long time, forget the stir caused by a disloyal speech made by one ' of the Ministers of State. Mr. Fihelly has been denounced, not only by loyal Australians of English, Scotch and Welsh blood, but by many of Irish descent. And the matter has not yet been fully thrashed out. Late last week, Mr. Fowles launched a strong indictment against the man who, while holding a ministerial portfolio, dared to utter words of so treasonable a nature. In that speech, which has been so widely condemned, Mr. Fihelly said that no one should be so imprudent and so offensive as to apologise for the rebels, who had paid nobly the penalty of their misguided ideals. In case Mr. Fihelly should be inclined to further support the cause of the Dublin rebels, let him cast his eye over the following : — The Truth Will Out They dismiss the matter as a ' feather-headed rebellion.' I know too much about it to be...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE PREMIER'S POSITION. AND HIS VALUE TO QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

THE PREMIER'S POSITION. AND/ HIS VALUE TO QUEENSLAND.. Mr. Vowles asked the Premier if he would accept the challenge. Mr. Ryan : What is 'the challenge ? Mr. Vowles : It is contained in this document. That you are the person who interviewed Colonel Thynne and told him you had got a call-up card, and asked him if hie did not think that in the public interest he should with draw it. Mr. Ryan : That is the part that is untrue. That is your Recruiting Com mittee, that allows falsehoods to be produced here. If Colonel Thynne says that it is false. Mr. Booker : It is true. Mr. Ryan : If Colonel Thynne says that, he is a liar. (Sensation). In the House on Friday, the Premier and Mr. Vowles upheld the honour of Parliament, by publicly washing dirty ^ linen. What the ' National Leader' wishes to know is how Mr. Vowles gained possession of the document referred to. In any case, the State Parliament House is not the place in in which to drag up such relatively , unimportant matters as the enli...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. FINLAYSON AND THE GERMAN VOTE. CIRCULAR TRANSLATED. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

MR. FINLAYSON AND THE GERMAN VOTE. CIRCULAR TRANSLATED. Following is a translation of the German circular distributed by Mr. W. F. Finlayson, in order to catch the German vote : — The people of German descent who now reside' in Australia form a large part of the population, and have been, as desirous citizens, most heartedly welcomed. The Australian law gives them every freedom and consideration, and Math generous support, which has been willingly granted them, many have been in a position to become wealthy, and to build their own homes. The opportunity to become naturalised citizens has been freely and heartedly offered to them, and most of the Germans have made use of it. This gives them a share in the Government, and a voice in the making of laws under which they have to live. On May 31st, the electors of Brisbane . have to elect a representative for this town, and we recommend the German citizens of Brisbane to select the man I who, for the last three years, in the House of Repr...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

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Publication Title: National Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

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Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. HUGHES MERELY CARRIES OUT THE LAW. MR. WELLS' STRAIGHT TALK AT IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

MR. HUGHES MERELY CARRIES OUT THE LAW. MR. WELLS' STRAIGHT TALK AT IPSWICH. Mr. Robert Wells, General Organising Secretary of the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League, delivered a powerful speech at a public meeting in Ipswich, on Thursday night last. The Mayor (Aid. T. J. Smith) presided. Mr. Wells, at the outset, said the meeting had been arranged under the auspices of the League, for one par ticular object, to lay before the people of Ipswich clear proof of the necessity for bringing national, methods into the public life of the people. But before dealing with that subject, there was an immediate, and just as important matter to discuss, the Referendum, to be taken on October 28th. On that day, the people would be asked to answer one question. The British Empire was at war, and though ; the Australian people did not like war, they could not get out of it by squabb ling among themselves. They must realise that when the liberty and ! freedom of the nation was at stake, '...

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