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

? ? ? ; ? ? ? ? ? wmi ii—wnn«Mi—»nr 1 1 i'i i iit~i ? r~i ? : ? ; ? ? — : — ; ? — — p— WAR SERVICE ? ? ? ? - v '? ? icfei zl +4^ * i gv v ? ??? NOW IN BUSINESS AGAIN ! ? ' ?.- : . . -- ? ' ? v .. ? ? ( If you want to buy a Home or a Farm 'see a returned soldier first. _ The rftain thing to be considered is straight forward honest dealings so let me be your medium, and prove myself. Phone 8579 CHAS. V. L. MITCHELL HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE BUSINESS BROKER I Huxham's Buildings, 151 Queen Street. * ' ? ? - . . * The Queensland Rational Bank Ltd. - (Incorporated under the Companies' Act, 1863) Bankers to the Government of Queensland, under agreement extending to June 30, 1921. AUTHORISED CAPITAL .. ...... . . .. £2,000,000 0 0 SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL .. .. .. .. r v, .. 800,000 0 0 * ' CAPITAL PAID UP .. . . . . ; . . C ?? ^ ^ ? 691,850 10 0 RESERVE FUND . . v. . .. ; V. . . 272,000 0 0 INTERMINABLE INSCRIBED DEPOSIT STOCK . . . . 3,091,669 4 5 All new Business since 1893 specially protected. Dire...

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

McGUFFIE & CO. . ? ? (S G. COWELL) ? A- Mm ? ™ 248 Queen Street, 'Phone 530. ^ BRISBANE. ^omMnTOltBi&jBank °'lfetralia . HEAD OFFICE , SYDNEY. ^ . ? I OPEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF B I General Banking Business I . 6 inthe Principal Cities andTowns of Australia and Rabaul (NewBritain), B ? - B also London (2), and A.I. F. Camps in England. . _ B I Savings Bank Department 1 B ®t'»ll Branches, and SAVINGS BANK AGENCIES at 278 2 Post Offices B B[ throughout Australia, Papua,, New Britain, Solomon Islands, .??????? H ?? . and The Pacific. | . .-V ? A IVIES KELL,^ ^ DENISON MILLER, : ?- — - ?? — ; ? r ? ? ? — ? ? ? ? ? ? ? - ' ; ? ' ' ' ? ? ; ? ? ' ? ' / . : v. Judicious Handling. Expert Advice^ Highest MarKet Values:* MAGTABGART BROS. should be entrusted with the disposal of your Wool, Produce and Fat Stock. ' . ' WRITE THEM NOW. Office: * Store: ADELAIDE STREET, BRISBANE. MARGARET STREET. ♦ Engagement and'- ? t Wedding ^ : ' t IKty-- In purchasing from us ? youi' :'sigcur'e— '...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A Square Deal to the Returned Soldier. REPATRIATION. THE MILL THAT GRINDS EXCEEDING SLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

A Square Deal to the Returned Soldier. / , , ..v, ? ?. '-{ ' . ?' . ? Jt ' REPATRIATION. ? ? THE MILL THAT GRINDS EXCEEDING ;? slow. '. The Repatriation Department in each Stute Is tied up with red tape. Men who have ap plied for houses six (6) months ago and paid their deposit, are still waiting in vain. Th«. building1 of these houses have not been started, and there is. no possible prospect of ' any pro gress being made. Many married soldiers and their families are living in one room, and even stables are being rented for homes for soldiers who are thus forced to live in con ditions leading to grave social depravity. Applications for furniture are kept endlessly waiting for months, while hundreds of splendid carpenter soldiers are out of - employment. By proper organisation, employment could easily be found for hundreds of soldiers in the work of building the 18,000 homes needed in Sydney alone. There would also be a further ? demand fQr labor in supplying the accessories ..... fo...

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

'£^0 Saddles, Harness, ?' uF -W \ - And all Classes' .of L?ftfher Gw%; \ W . - III When' you left tlie shores of Queensland to defend the cause R W '#? of Right and Justice, you disposed of yoUr Saddle. Now you u ' us have returned you will want another, something GOOD, some- !? '??-''WlWl '? thing- that WILL LAST and give YOU SATISFACTION and (? , COMFORT. (? v We manufacture the BEST SADDLES. When you deal \W - with us, you are DEALING DIRECT WITH THE MANUFAC- J lj TURERS. ,, - v L Jjl ^ John Wieneke (late of Homa) is in our employ, and we are ; £ y./ v J, ^ the only firm that can supply the Genuine Wieneke Saddle. * .. -? SADDLES, FULLY MOUNTED, from .. .. £7, 7 0 w; g BUGGY MAR NESS, from ? .. .. ... £8 10 0 v £ SPRINGCART HARNESS, from . . 4 . ? £10 10 0 j| SPECIAL DISCOUNT to Returned Soldiers at-^ . ' 'j J ? . '/-*—%-. A CONTIGUOUS PRAUGHTj 1 If you have experienced Stoves that necessitate * . leaving the ashtray open to secure additional v i ; ' ill I Jf^Mr \\ i= draught, wi...

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

House for Valti:e.v - We stock everything for personal wear and household -use. Our stock is most complete and* in many cases '??fli® exclusive. Especially would we draw' your' attention to 6ur''Gibsonia Brand,' which is manufactured und dis HEiffi ' tributed solely by Foy and Gibson. Ask to see our Hosiery arid' Underwear for Ladies; Gents and Children; MEN'S OUTFITTING SECTION MEN'S READY-TO-WEAR SUITS. ; toms, 90/-. Men's Suits in English Tweeds, Light G.rey or Fawn Shades, summer weight, Coat with three outside pockets, no vent, Trousers With euff bottoms, 90/-. Men's Suits in West of England Stripes, Dark - Grey, Coat with seam and vent at back, 79/6. Men's Suits in 'Gibsonia' Tweeds made in our own ^iills, Grey Shades, Coat with seam and vent at back, 57/6. Men's Suits in English Cotton Tweeds, Grey Stripe designs, Coat, with seam and vent, 57/6. MEN'S TROUSERS. Men's Strong Wearing Cotton Tweed Trou pers, Stripe patterns, 11/6, 12/6, arid 15/6. ^ Men's Trousers in' 'Gibsonia'...

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

y — S Don't you think you- I I Owe it to them? 8 , ^ B The Government . of the 1 B Commonwealth urges you B B t0 your bit' for the K v B members of the Forces B' ? who have helped to win a & v glorious victory. -r ^ Whatever claims made » upon your generosity in , | , the past -r- this is your S plain duty— Buy k WAR SAVINGS I CERTIFICATES | Buy all you can- afford— B it is a business pro'po- B 'sition, anyway. K In 5 years 15/6 makes £1 B £77/10/- makes £100. p £775 £1006 K Or in 10 years 12/- makes £1 ® £60 makes £100 IS - £600 £1000 B . Cashable at any time plus ac- g ? crufd interest after one year. B B For the Repatriation of our 1 ? Soldiers and Sailors. |T , 1 WILL YOU HELP? | ' V :t 'A'v' HOW TO MAKE ' '' Beautiful Corned Meat / without brine or hand rubbing, and with - small quantity of Salt. For full particulars and price-— ? Charles E. Bernays 126 ADIEM!)tPF 8TREET, ? \|| ;-iT' ?.I'.m J. '??? 'i . ' ? ' ; j' .'UMiiaii ? ?' FLUENZA. j An aromatic Inhalant ~ B Ointm...

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

Charlton, Elliott S Co. AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS. : Managers for Absentees. Houses Let and- Rents Collected. ESTATES DIVIDED AND SOLD BY PUBLIC v ? AUCTION. We have Buyers for Suitable Houses and Building Sites in good localities. . CHARLTON, ELLIOTT & CO., 356-8 QUEEN STREET . - «? BRISBANE. || Returned Men! if i|* Vic. Jensens if ♦ X give 10 per cent Discount on all X& ♦ a purchases. No1 advances in pricesj| ?♦ ♦ ^ Men's Tan Willow Derby Bals with ♦ ^ Caps or without 19/11 Y^' Repairs done. Best leather used.1 AA ±% VIC. JENSENS, ft ▼ a Queen Street, BRISBANE, T T ▼ a We pny postage. Writ e for Catalogue. T ▲ THE PLACE FOR LOW PRICES/ -V ' . OUR MOTTO: 'Small Profits and Quick Returns.' Once Patronised, always Patronised. ' _ Call and Inspect Our Prices. The People's Store, v Drapers, Clothiers and Mercers, Hats and Hosiery. Dealers In Boots, Shoes, Etc. 637 J3TANLEY ST., SOUTH BRISBANE Immediately opposite Miller's Timber Yard. Exchan...

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

1 . ?I r% ** 3 To Returned Soldiers contemplating opening up | 2 „ in Business for themselves -? J! DON'T OPEN YOUR DOORS WITHOUT HAVING FIRST TAKEN jj , j 2) THE NECESSARY STEPS TO SYSTEMATISE YOUR STORE. (? ?d , - - «d As important to you as your Telephone or j* S It's a New Credit File that Safeguards your -? It Saf,T IS^MPUf,' ' speedy! ^CONVENIENT, ^ 1 ^^^^^^^The'NationaSCashRegisterCo. j: 2 ^ 343 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. jj 'Srrrrrrs's^rrrrs^^s^'sr^^wrs's^wsTsrewrrrrrrrrryr .; :. |V ? 1 The City Bitelerini Ga. LM. I ! EDWARD STREET, BRISBANE. ^ ! SUPPLIES TO ALL. THE LEADING HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. \| C BEST QUALITY ONLY. : |.j- . 'PHONE CENTRAL 317. ' - !l ' f , B - Don t Neglect Your Food- j f \. \\ A sudden turn of temperature will spoil your V J ?:.;'!j^Bsaaai y ': food alirfost immediately, unless yotui have an Ice v V -»p~~ ' . .. Jf Chest. The cost of an Ice Chest is small Com- ^ 3 s Vy I // pared to the cost of spoiled foods and doctors' Y ? ???.. ? - /y/ vi a , ? -*{ ....

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^b ? ? * ? * m Selected CHOCOLATES in half-lb. tins 1^1 1 1 m Pirl r? I ? Speciality: CHOCOLATE PINEAPPLE ? ? ?-* '* One Quality, the Best. Phone 5000-1

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Re Employment of the Soldier. SEPARATE INDUSTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

Rs Emplopent cf tin Soldier. SEPARATE INDUSTRIES. We find ourselves faced by the fact that -thousands of soldiers are without employment. About 18,000 returned soldiers are awaiting em ployment through the Repatriation Depart ments of the Commonwealth. There are prob*1 .ably as many more who are not availingMthem selves of thd—Department's Employment Bu reau. . The Repatriation Department is struggling splendidly with an impossible task. In a tin pot way the best possible things are being edone, but steadily the list of unemployment swells. Another aspect of the case is that the returned men have no strong inclination to replace men who are either unable or unwill ing to serve abroad. What are the Governments, and those who ;are trying to assist the Government, going to ? do about it? .' Every chanitel of , thought turns towards the possibility .of creating new fields of employ merit by establishing separate industries for : returned men. The question arises here as to who should st...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CHOICE OF PARLIAMENTARY REPRESENTATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

CHOICE OF PARLIAMENTARY REPRE ' SENTATION. ~ ' ' - i - (To the Editor.) Party manipulation has long hampered selec tion of candidates in single electorates. It gives an opportunity which is seized by the»» schemers of party methods to force the^selec ticin of those ready to install themselves under shelter of a thorough organisation. These men' bind themselves, hand and foot as it were, to party, to utter 'Sacrifice - of any independent judgment they might possess. Whilst party government is recognised the order of the day, and other party who would withstand the dan ger lying in a want of principle so hazardous to good government, have also shown a similar readiness to force a selection of candidates — ready on their part in the same way to follow a coterie whose design is to take the reins of office. , ? 1 It is clearly to be seen that that hampering of selection is unnecessary and easily avoid N able. In preferential voting such party inter ference is altogether defeated,- and ch...

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

? : 'i ON THE ^RM. After church parade- the padre said : 'I wish to speak to those of you who have not been ?confirmed. Will the men divide themselves into two parties, please? Those who have, ?fall out on the right; and thpse who have not, ?on the left.' Most fell out on the right. In the shuffle this remark was heard: 'You been confirmed, Bill?' 'Bet yer bloomin* life. Got the marks on me arm y et!' -

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

Unionism in Danger. Never in the history of social progress -has the future of true unionism been threatened by so powerful an adversary as it is to-day. In the struggle for better conditions by the actual producer &ome foolish and_ unreasoning em ployers have undoubtedly endeavoured to ex ploit Labour and refuse consideration of its just ? demands. This was, and still is a danger, a danger from outside the ranks of Unionism — ? therefore able to be combated in the open. But to-day the attack is engineering from with in. The theories of the O.B.U., which are closely akin to the I.W.W. so strongly con demned by Official Labour, and the dangerous fallacies , of Belshevism, are preached and pro mulgated by Union officials whose converts are Unionists induced to sacrifice everything that has been gained from, the struggle and priva tions of years, inua senseless effort to introduce their so-called Millenium, in a day. The Growth of Unionism. The .first Unions came into being cen...

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

G. Laidlaw & Co. PRODUCE MERCHANTS „ / 5 ' and ' - 'ir'r''' ; COMMISSION AGENTS. |!)i Established 1880. V ^ - in . ; ' li , Grey Street, South Brisbane j 1 1| | (Telephones : Central 1034 and 4398) 1 1 ?!!' * ' And'- at..- '? - 'in ii'1 . . . ? - - ??? ? ? 1 1 1 ?? ?? - | Roma Street, Brisbane ||; (Telephone . 3838) | II; AUCTION SALES HELD DAILY AT ||| ROMA STREET MARKETS. i ALL KINDS OF BAGS AND SACKS |||, ON HAND.; ' -- . . G. LHIDM^ & ©e. ;! .40 jjP * . - * * 'PHONE 6720. ** * , *? . Use only * I m ars ! | v | Self-Raising Flour f * QUALITY * 5 GUARANTEED. « . * * . ; . * J Packed by the , * : * PROSPECT PACKING COMPANY. * * ?*'?*-, * „ Distributing Agents f * { W. Siemon & Sons Ltd., * J Wholesale Produce and * J General Merchants, J J ROMA STREET - - BRISBANE. * ?# . ?. . ...... -Hr *** * # * * # * ** * # * * * * * * * 3* * * *. * * * WANTED KNOWN. Shaw's Cash Stores* _ STANLEY STREET (Opp. Wool loong^bba Railway Sheds), SOUTH BRISBANE, . ??? ' .-.for -...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATE TAXATION AND GOVERNMENT EXTRAVAGANCE. THE GROWING NEED THAT EXISTS FOR AN ADVISORY BOARD IN GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

STATE TAXATION AND GOVERNMENT EXTRAVAGANCE. , THE GROWING NEED THAT EXISTS FOR AN ADVISORY BOARD IN GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS. ** Everybody knows that taxation is necessary,: but when excessive taxation is imposed, anA when the proceeds are not used to the best advantage, the result is discouraging to pro duction, and harmful to the industries. In the recent report of the Auditor-General on the financial administration ,0f the Government there is a thunderous exposure of the manner in which public money: is. beirig s^^a&deredi It is due to the system of Government which permits and authorises a number of Ministers, without practical* experience, to indulge their fancies in ' whatever direction they like. Any body who likes to read the. report carefully will see that the State is not getting anything like value for the money which is being ex pended. Fault of the System. The blame does not rest altogether with the party in office, but with the system that per mits Ministers to e...

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

KEEP ON '^KEEPING, ON.' 'You know, human nature is a very interest ing thing. 'The more types one meets, thev more on venerates the patience of the Al mighty:' ' ' - There— that was a scrap I heard the other day from a woman who had stood in a draughty street corner all day, collecting for a soldiers* rest home. K'-\ It's ^ not easy work collecting, I know. One of the 'nightmares of my life is the memory of a blazing hot day when I stood collecting: and met with unvarying rudeness from about 80 per cent, of the hurrying crowds, and coldly suspicious glances, if not actual rudeness, from; the rest. The dust blew and blinded all day, but the one memory that stands towering above dust and suspicion . and heat, is the overpow ering tiredness. Next day one's eyes ached and one's feet——. A good heavy day's washing: were' preferable. Yet I know women whose gentle patience has withstood all that, .and who are always there when hard driven committees; want help. It's very seldom they complai...

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

IN HOSPITAL IN ENGLAND. Deor Old Lady (to wounded men) : 'Where ? do' you poor boys- come from?' The Poor Boys:. 'We're Anzacs, mum.' Dear Old Lady: 'How nice. r Both of ^the same tribe, I suppose?' Proprietor (just demobilised) : 'Yus, I've ? been through it. Order's cook two years ; ? t 'wounded^ : twice.' : Tommy (tasting the soup) : ^-'You're liickfr mate. It's a worider they ' didn't kill yer.'

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

Soldiers! Let us make . f 'Your Suit — 1 The tailor who knows hpw to . , p make correct clothes—and lj I At make them to' fit— is the one Vi'l - - who should make your 1 i I I clothes. We have had 30 \1 V I years' experience in the tail v ' VI A \ oring business. We know U /how to fit you and have them , made correctly. Suits to Measure, 48/- to 12 Guineas. Patterns Sent Free. ???? . ^ Chas. C. Booth, -;'vV ? Men's Complete Outfitter, '-S. 67 QUEEN STREET (Opp. Town Hall), BRISBANE. 1 BETTER THAN^SS , CREAM tf TARTAR Good cooks use Klepalo i instead of Cream of Tar tar. It adds to the- flavour of cakes and adds to the reputation of the cook. - Sold at all stores in h r ; rj and lib. packets . taSMffiDEi 'Sansjerm' Telephone Shield minimises risk of contagion, is germ, dust and moisture-proof, sanitary, and pleasantly deodo rant. Why not do all you can to save yourself and your employees the risk of contagion, which must occur by using an unprotected trans mitter? PRICE - - - - 1/6 e...

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

? ?? 1 I THE BANK OF QUEENSLAND LIMITED, Authorised Capital - - - - - £1,000,000 Directors.: The Hon. Sir ALFRED S. COW LEY, Kt. (Chairman); WILLIAM DAVLEJS; E. H. MACARTNEY, M.L.A.; Hon. Sir ROBERT PHILP, K.C.M.G.; Hon, A. J. THYNNE, M.L.C. General Manager: J. MACKENZIE LEES. „ Head Office: Brisbane. « ' Sydney Office: 253 George Street. -Melbourne Office: 381 Collins Street. Lpndori Office; 4 Queen Victoria St., EiC. Branches throughout QUEENSLAND and in ? NEW SOUTH WALES. , - Agents throughout the World. Transacts all usual Banking Business. The LIFE Insurance . . r 0 Coy, of Australia Ltd. The 'L.C.A » ?' is prepared to assist you to become a Property Owner. Under this system practically every man may become His Own Landlord ; and thereby save all the money at present being spent in Rent. * Get particulars TO-DAY of this most generous and comprehensive Policy. THE 'L.C.A.' London Bank Chambers, QUEEN STREET, B R I 6 B A N E. f Phone Central 6250. ??? ^ ? . . /. ? t

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

MACHINERY MANUFACTURE AND REPAIRS. Messrs. Duck Bros;, of Stanley Street,.. Soutfi Brisbane, are always alert to the requirements of Queensland farmers and dairymen. Having had a thorough practical experience of farming arid, dairying, as well as possessing the engin eering and mechanical knowledge, this .firm is in a position to know exactly the farmers' re quirements' and to fulfil them expeditiously and thoroughly. At their own plant in Brisbane Duck Bros, are nowi manufacturing the milking machine which has fpund so much favour with Queensland dairymen-^the A.W.R.— for which they are the sole agents. ; Having the plant necessary for manufacture, they- have decided to cater for all classes of mechanical engineering and repairs to ma- ? chinery, including retinning of cream cans, oxy acetylene welding, and circular saw -repairs. They are also buyers and sellers of ee.condr . hand machinery. ,

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