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

I R. BLACK I TheJState's j Leading Tobacconist. | ' } | Direct importer of all _ ! j ! ; i the Leading Brands . Ji|; ! of Cigars, Cigarettes . j | : 1 1 j and T obaccos. ! i Tlie greatest variety ? ! \ of Smokers' Requi- . 1 1 HI : sites in Australia to - ^ ' ' III' ' ? j I I 1 ! | Select from. address — COURIER BUILDING, : i i 1 ' QUEEN STREET, : BRISBANE.' ' ?;;!! I) , ? »| MULVIHILL a HANSEN, T House,; Land and Estate i Agents, - ' . ?» 329 QUEEN-STREET. 'Phone 64«7 ~ (Next 'Leader' Office) HOTEL CECIL, GEORGE STREET - - - BRISBANE This well-known hotel is now thoroughly renovated from top to bottom. A lift, the septic tank system, and lounges on each flat, are included in the improvements. All modern comforts. . ' J. JOHNSTON, Proprietor. pianola Piaqo Throughout the history of the player-piano, the 'Pianola' has been the ^ leader— the instrument without a peer. ^ ' The infinite variety of touch— the rich tonal effects— the almost limitless range of musical expression it makes p...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. RYAN AND THE WHEAT FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

MR. RYAN AND THE WHEAT FARMERS. At the Brisbane Exhibition and other places the Hon. T. J. Ryan, dealing with the wheat industry, said 5/- per bushel was insufficient, and the wheat growers should get a higher . price. What Mr. Ryan's Government did in Queensland. During 1915 Queensland suffered from a severe drought. Only & very small amount of wheat was grown. At least three cargoes of wheat were imported from Argentine at a landed cost of 8/6 per bushel. The drought-, stricken farmers naturally expected to get 8/6 per bushel for the very small amount of wheat grown. . Fixing Price of Flour. The farmers' hopes were dashed to the ground, when a Proclamation was published in the Government 'Gazette' fixing two prices for flour, the prices being as follows:— -Flour made from Government imported wheat from, Argentine: Second class, £29 10s. per ton, or equal to 8/6 per bushel for wheat; and £9 10s. per ton for flour made from Queensland-grown wheat, or equal to 3/6 per bushel ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ARMISTICE ANNIVERSARY. ST. MARTIN'S HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

ARMISTICE ANNIVERSARY. ST. MARTIN'S HOSPITAL. Tlie 11th of November proximo will be the -Gi*st anniversary of the signing Of the armistice Which gave the world its first rest from the liorrors of war. Those . who recall ^the ; beauty of the services held at St. John's Cathedral to mark that historic event will.be glad to know that arrangements have now been made for a great armistice anniversary service to be held at, St. John's Cathedral on the afternoon of Sunday, November 9th, the nearest Sunday to the actual* date. His Grace, the Archbishop of Brisbane, Dr.- Donaldson, will preach. Mem bers of the Government, the naval and military, V, the war nurses and. others will be invited to assist- It is hoped to arrange for music by the combined choirs' of the churches in the diocese to take part in the service under the direction of Mr,. Sampson, F.R.G.O. Advantage , will be taken of this occasion to lay the foundation stone of St. Martin's Church of ' England War Memorial Hospital and ...

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

CURRENT NOTES. - ? '/? ' ? ~T''; ; (By 'Nemo.') The explanation of the platform and policy of 4:rthe Peoples' Federation of Soldiers and Citi Y zens has been received with great' and wide spread interest by your ever-increasing number of readers. Now it remains for every member of our Federation to do his utmost to further those grand objects so lucidly explained to the utmost of his power by securing new members and subscribers to the 'Leader.' I remember ; at a meeting of the Liberal party in Buridaberg some years ago the Hon. Angus Gibson, M.L.C., said : 'While our friends of the Labour Party ' work so strenuously for their cause without/ pay, our workers have, unfortunately, to be ? paid, with the result that the work, by reason perhaps of the small salaries obtainable, is not '. so effectually performed, with the consequence ; . ' that we are found lamenting at the declaration of the poll.' Wise and very true words. . Let us, then, one and all, none waiting for the other fellow...

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

Border Your Property j With fiuzacott Fencing ^l((' imti~ ? Arid you add considerably to its Value and appearance. ( ' ' , ^ «*? J? And in conjunction you must';have one or more of | ''?- BUZAGOTT'S GATES ::: n! .§ that is if you wish the. Border to be complete' \ The |||'- 1 m i i S -^r first expense is practically the last, and wind and rain \ ' i ! i ' E5 S ' I ' r) f L1 ' r ' fail to destroy either the strength or appearance .of \ , |'|'V t-i 1 *-! your Fence or Gate if it's BUZACOTT'S. V I,/'- And as an asset — the value remains at par to the end. Think it over — but- to save i n time and to help .your thinking, ''.v. ~ ' - ; % .. - I'm1'' WRITE TO-DAY TO ; : ' «? « » ;.jj,|, ? HI w 'YOIJ CAN .GET IT AT BUZAGOTT'S,' . | | I I ' OG^GOffsO /ipEiLAIDE STREET, lii1' . . ? — Also — ^ MARKET ST., SYDNEY. . || RHt)ADES 10 per cent, (2s« in the £) ' Discount offer to ail Returned Soldiers. i _ Just a practical way of showing our appreciation—a hearty 'Hand-shake,' as it were. tl ? - We...

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

GOOD HONEST DEAL FOR RETURNED MEN. A saving of 30 per cent, on all Purchases. New and Second-hand Furniture. Low 'Rent, Smair Profits, Cheap Goods. PURCHASE ON OUR NEW SYSTEM. THE EOONOMIC FURNISHING HOUSE, Next Post Office GEORGE STREET. l. cavanough; ; Manacsr. Yours truly, W. DAVIS.' This Lix 'Em! ' '' 'A ; . '.WHILE I LIVE I WILL CROW.' £gi-| g\ ' (Established 40 years.) M §||Hfr} Now that the curtailment of racing has been lifted,, I am still at the front as re- t V 1 gards giving possibilities for the forth- % coming races in the States — Epsom and Metropolitan, Melbourne Cup, Caulfleld Cup. Send at once. Remember last year —MONEY IN THE PALM OF YOUR ? ^ , I don't profess to foretell something that will happen in the future for certain, but I beg to inform Sports and the public in general that after years -of study I have discovered an Infallible system how. to invest and show a profit, large or small. ' It only requires will power and determination ^to bring it to a successfu...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mr. Ryan on Rucruiting July, 24 1915. TO YOU. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

Mr. Ryan on Rucruiting July, 24 1915: ';;.V; | ? to you. , , ZZZ^^^-%-.-Z-S The Empire is in serious danger, but that' is largely because every citizen who, is fit to serve in the battle line is not enlisting. Queensland has sent h^r thousands . to the Front, and nobly have they acquitted them selves against tenfold odds. But dauntless valour cannot always prevail against greatly superior numbers, and ? our heroic lads sorely need reinforcements. Therefore I urge every man who is qualified for service to enlist, arid to enlist at once. One' recruit to-day is worth two recruits to-morrow. . Every additional soldier we send means a diminution in the sac rifice of life, the lessening of the duration of the struggle; and some hastening of the hour of victory. : , ' T. J. RYAN, Premier. '? - LATER ATTITUDES. W Perth Interstate Conference, June 21st, 1918, Resolutions — .. 'The Party's attitude to recruiting is thus ^stated: — 'Further participation in recruiting shall be subject to the f...

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

RETURNED SOLDIERS' 8PECIAL COItCE88ION. Nine miles from Brisbane, on Railway, near school, store arid station, 8 Blocks, 5 to 12 acres. ; ' / PRICE: £10 per acre. TERMS: £i deposit, £1 per month.. No Interest. Government Poultry Expert has inspected this land, and will give a report. _ Apply — . r - . , . -? s -/?' 'LEADER' OFFICE, 331 Queen Street. , Xi$a& is Goniing ! ?7- Remember your friends overseas and /Send them a Portrait taken by The Poulsen Studios v 14-18 Queen Street, BRISBANE. (Near the Bridge). / Nothing will please them more. HARDY BROTHERS LTD JEWELLERS. ; Established 1853. BLACK OPAL. The Company has just cut some very* fine specimens of Black Opal. ' »? .ii- ' ~ INSPECTION INVITED. 116 A 118 Queen Street, BRISBANE SYDNEY MELBOURNE LONDON DIGGERS comrade JIIVL TAYLOR 25th Battalion Carries on as a Hairdresser, Tobacconist Masseur, Up-to-date Hygienic Saloon ELECTRIC MASSAGING by a Professional Expert Up-to-date Stocks of Tobacconists Goods v : 6— HANDS KEPT ...

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

/A W T TW W W V Started In the distilling E*^ W A T *711 fl~*S ' ' rri I V PL I I I V a- Continued in the matirring I } H VV Hf ^ I M a Completed In »h8 blMMSinff %. A ft ft % - . , ' ~ ; \ ...' . . . , ' ? , . .

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

T ravelling Bags We are showing a fine range of Travelling Bags that are ,worttiy of your inspection. ? ? ? ^ . ... r ' . Klif' BAGS from 24/6. . - ,. FIBRE SUIT CASES from 28/-. LEATHER SUIT CASES from 40/-f L. UHL & SONS LTD. 'WHERE THE QpOD BAGS ARE,' PETRI E BIGHT.

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

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Dumper Defended; Criticism and Counter Criticism. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

Criticism and Counter Criticism. This paper believes in full and free discus- , sion. It claims the right? to think ; and speak * for itself, ut it' accords the same right to others. Its uncompromising attitude towards dumping has created in certain quarters some hostility, and called forth some criticism, This is^as it ought to ei* Instead of deprecating discussion; we welcome it. We say- with Mil ton :, 'Let Truth and Falsehood grapple. Who ever knew Truth to be worsted in fair and open encounter ?' ; Accordingly, we have great pleasure in publishing the following letter ' from a* correspondent, signing himself 'Free- - trader'':— . ' a. What is all this nonsense about dumping? After all, what is dumping but a name we give to selling cheap? And- is clieapness\ so ' 1 bad a thing after all? Are we so muchj in love with the profiteers that we cannot bear ' to see them taken down? Every nation dumps to the best of its ability, When it has more of a thing than it needs, and can . not ...

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 THE VICTORIA f t INSURANCE CO., LTD * % FIRE MRR1NE iieeiDENT * * FOUNDED, 1849 - - - - A PURELY AUSTRALIAN OFFICE. * *♦* Town Inspector — Lieut. MARTIN (late A.I.F.) ? | „ „ Gunner WICKHAM (late A.I.F.) £ ♦J* -»' North Coast Inspector — Pte. CLOWES (late A.I.F.) * - -♦ . $ / NORTH QUEENSLAND BRANCH: FLINDERS ST. :: :: TOWNSVILLE. ❖ ♦J» . — _ ♦-???: ♦♦♦ ' J. K. THOMPSON, Local Secretary. - -♦ X ' HEAD OFFICE FOR QUEENSLAND: % Corner of EdWard and Queen Sts., BRIS BANE. ^ . »£ * * - - (A.M. P. Buildings). «£♦ * R. MOORE STEELE, Resident Secretary. % * ' - . MBBaWBMaM— i fH 6 The ' ' to ?*;' . m« ' '\%86* %a$0Je , ' «. Always in front Succcss at the Front CUCCESS at the front de- 1 ponds mainly upon [ the good - qualities of the forces employ ed. So also in your cooking— the secret of success is in the material you use. To secure good results nothing but the ^ best will perfectly satisfy. Dr. Waugh's Baking Powder is always. the best, and you may ? be absolutely certain . that it wi...

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

WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES. tyoney not having flowed in as freely as it - should have done in subscribing to the Peace. Loan, the people are reminded that with the close of the loan there is left open to them an \ avenue by which theyx.can invest their money ' which they did not do V while the loan was ? openy possibly because then the money wak not available. The secretary of the Queensland War Savings Committee points out that the , new War Savings Certificates carry greater advantages than any ^Commonwealth securities issued for the purpose of war or discharging Australia's post war obligations. Every penny invested in war savings certificates earns 5i per cetot. compound interest and that this . interest is free of income taxes is an advantage over all other securities with the additional benefit to the investor that the certificates may be cashed for- the full amount at any bank/ at ? any -time. : ' -L-' ? f'v ? ' By investing in war savings certificates you sectire the 'utmost a...

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

GENERAL BIRD WOOD. The expected visit of the Anzac Commander, . General Sir W. R. Birdwood ('Birdie') ? is. about to materialise. ' * General Birdwood, on board the 'Ormonde.' , ? is due to arrive at Fremantle early in Decem ber and then will commence a tour' of the ' States, in company with the Prime Minister, W. M. Hughes. _ The work' which 'Birdie' did with the A.I.F. has endeared him to all sections and has made his name familiar not only to the men, but to their dependents. His long . ^experience under war conditions with Aus tralia's manhood would naturally account for his undoubted interest in Australia and Aus tralians and his visit to these shores will do much to bind still tighter the bonds of soldier : comradeship. „ Too few people realise that this bond exists : ' thley see men returned who seem to lose- all- V interest in things military and in each other, but you only need to hear of a. case of need, ! hear of a digger in trouble, and the purse or , flst of his digger ...

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

Evolution of Industry. The influence' of invention upon the industrial and social life of the Nineteenth Cen tury -is so marked as to almost appear to be revolutionary, in -character. Perhaps this char acteristic is the more clearly seen in the . history of the English peoples -than in the . his? . tory of any other European or more modern ' English-speaking nation, because in England, ancient customs and institutions had to be superseded. At the beginning of the Nineteenth Century England was an old country economically. Her national life was settled in towns and villages all over the country so that development, say - of transport, was a far more steady and less speculative thing than in a new country as — e.g., Australia. : Centres to be joined by rail already existed and already had an established connection. In Australia enormous areas had practically to be colonised and railroads push ed out on chance that centres would; come into existence. Also England had political usages a...

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

? SEA FOAmI JOHN HOPGE, Surgical Instrument and Truss Maker to the General and Children's Hospitals, GEORGE STREET, BRISBANE. (Opposite Supreme Court) Lady in Attendance. 'Phone 602. Cutlery Ground and Set. £L TRUSSES . For Enrr Raptir*. ISe*4 fcr Ithtttrattfi Priee LM. Will mtc tou mosey, eate y-mr aftlttd, »nd kciac ro« cMuort SURGICAL SUPPLIES LTD. Queen?st., Brisbane. - FARMERS . Consign -your Produce V' „ ? of every description to Bafnes & Co. Ltd. ROMA ST., BRISBANE... . _ v Highest Prices Obtained. PROMPT RETURNS. : Auction Sales Daily of all kinds of Produce, Poultry, &c. ' . . Orders for all Lines of Produce, &o., promptly attended to, Ring up -*entpa| 4W0,

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

GOOD PRINTING PAYS THE PURCHASED : Powells & Pughs Work Is of the. V* Highest . Standard, the charges being Moderate. When giving your next order, try an old established firm, who do their best to give . ' entire satisfaction. : . 0 , ; ; - ? ??. POWELLS & PUGH S ITD. .47 ADELAIDE ST. :: :: BRISBANE. Poultry Raising 'in a business that should commend itself to some of our returned men. If entered upon thoroughly, there is money in it, and the work -is not veny ardupus. Begin with a good make. ? * of INCUBATOR ? for hatching your Chickens, ^and with that purpose in view, pay a visit to our Store, and- have a chat with our expert. It will pay you to do so, and, be time well i: spent. . . /? ?' WE HAVE ALL MAKES OF MACHINES. B. G. WILSON & CO., Ironmongers, QUEEN STREET - - BRISBANE. Wedding and Birthday CaKes a Speciality. BAKERS AND SELF-RAISING FLOUR , MANUFACTURERS. Oldmeadow Bros. ® Smith, (Late 41st and ,47th Battalions, A.I.F.) REDFERN STREET, WOOLLOONGAB...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Flying in the Future. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

Flyiny in the Future. '(By Lieut. H. Bowden Fletcher, D.F.C., author - of ''.Boundary Riders of Egypt.'), ; The future of flying is a-matter that is re ceiving very constant thought at the hands, of ; practical flying, men but from all 'accounts little - or no attention at the hands of the powers that be and this is a . matter for distinct regret, as j flying both for pleasure and profit must come ?and coine rapidly in the, near future. . If the . profession is to be placed on a sound basis practical men are needed at the head of af fairs and it is to be hoped, «? especially as our defence- must largely devolve on the perma nent Australian Flying Corps, that many flying, officers will come, forward as candidates at the next Federal elections thus placing their tech nical knowledge at the disposal* of the Com monwealth in this connection. ' The Govern ment has shown lamentable lack of interest in not forming at 'least the nucleus' of-tlie per manent Flying Corps so. that officers and...

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

|||€^ fc Aeflahd-Taiiored . Suit - -?-. ; Ijf . £7-0-0 ^?nd a ®uit that y°u'd be P?°ud of. Made of . | \ All Wool Australian Tweed, in Browns and ? ' ?-. Greys— a beautiful fabric— of classic appear- ^ Mmmmm ' When we say hand-tailored we mean it— no fac- ' 1 fira' tory make about the 'M.D.E.' kind. 'Tis a Suit I K3 that Cultured Tailors only can build. The cut f ''ft4 PWMJHI of 'M.D.E.' Suits insures a perfect fit— and ap ► pearance means success to every man. The ' trimmings used are none other than First Class ' ? ? I *- and remember, we make, ao extra charges for ? I ,?v--.- v turn-up bottoms, etc. Our quoted price of' £7- \ ~ & * 1 j - ? .???.??????Kindly Call, Write Us, or ring for Patterns— .'.-.? '? I mm - ? Wjjjm but Co not fail to leavo your measurements, i R9 ' v WE PAY CARRIAGE.' : £JL- McDonnell & eastlt». GEORGE STREET :: BRISBANE. '' MB9HaBameBBB^ramnBe«vnBBBMnnHHaatBaBgDnnnHHii^nBnaBniii^Bin^LnnMnaaanBHnnHmMna Hotel Victoria .V STANLEY STREET TRAMS TO...

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