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Democracy Made Safe. THe Case for Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

Democracy Made Safe. The Case for Australia. (Article- No. 2 by Lieut. E. CORTIS.j ^ . \ ^ In a previous article on 'Faith in Demo cracy,'! submitted that autocracy was a 'back .number' ready for the scrap heap; that the - .. acceptation of Democracy or self-government V ? ; Was inevitable, and that it behove us to mea- , sure Australia a degree of Democracy in true relation to our people's capacity for freedom. ' . In this second article I endeavour to measure v . a Democracy safe for Australia. ~ - ? . ? The Range of Democracy. ? Let me first recapitulate the fact that De mocracy has a range extending from a limited - ' form of mpnarchy to a full and free Demo- , ? cracy verging on the brink of- absolute' -free;* * will for' the individual. , . v ? A Full Democracy. . . A full' Democracy is a high explosive force, * ?? ? ? capable of greatly uplifting humanity, but i ; equally . capable of destruction .unless its re-. ' actions are prepared for by well-trained poli tical mechanics...

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

Telephone, Central 615. v ERNEST C. HENZELL ? ? ^ . . and . . ? ,? ? ? - W. GARLYLE HENZELL HOUSE, LA1JD and COMMISSION AGENTS, Queensland Deposit Bank-Buildings/ cor. ALBERT & ADELAIDE STS., BRISBANE. ; . ' ' — ? ? ? — ? ? ? ? ? ? --. ? ' ' ? ' To Returned = ? ^JKi. Soldiers. What about that next v . WBjjv;. £3/5/0 to £10/10/0 1HHP Write f(3r Samples and PI Wouife H M & SONS l|jj lllfesa 39 ADELAIDE STREET, 1 BRISBANE. B H I ' I Aviator Hawker |j is w| 1® and the Sj ! HUDSON I si O c % « - I super- oix | |s ' ' ? ' ' ^ s! || Mr. Harry Hawker, the hero §1 |s of the trans-Atlantic flight, Sj ||' owns a Hudson SuperTSix. g| IS He thinks that it is equal to j§| j| any car in the world. For gj ' |2 hill-climbing and travelling §1 , |S on bad roads he classes the g| \ || Hudson as practically unbeat- g| S able. He sincerely believes gf - I that .the Hudson is the ideal, gg 3 car for Australian conditions. 8§ s ij S AGENTS: gi | DALGET^ & CO. Lta7. | 5 Garage : Geo...

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 W. MOORE, —f -III''-'' - ' ' ?'???? ' ' ' ' ' ' '? „ Jii| Makerston Street, Bri$baife . jj !!'' -? : ' ' - ' ' ' £ s d SADDLES MOUNTED from . . . . .. .. . . . * . . 5 15 0 ;M V.V SULKY HARNESS, from .. .. .. .. .. ? 6 10 0 . V | SPRINGCART HARNESS, BRASS MOU.NTED, from .. 10 10 0 j i '!;! Call on me for BRUSHES, HALTERS, OILS, BLACKS, DRESSINGS, BRIDLES, and ' lM ' anything connected with SADDLES and HARNESS. i / ' i Diggers, bring along your repatriation orders, where you wilt get a fair' and square deal. ....... . . .^j-| .''?????: ???????; Ml Repairs of Every Description Undertaken. Promptness and Despatch a Speciality. ^ H. ? ? ? ? ~ f - — # | CAN BE ARRANGED IN MONTHLY PAYMENTS- AT Yniir I ITO nciiranro The State Insurance Office I l II Infill III , BARBURY HOUSE, _EAGLE. STREET. I x kl I I P P ' ^ *J0HN GOQDWYN, Insurance Commissioner

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

(ialv. Corr. Iron All Lengths. ;SPOUTING, . RIDGE CAPPING, DOWN PIPES, VALLEY, TANKS- and STOVE RECESSES. 'Lowest Market ; Prices. ^BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY A SPECIALTY. Correspondence Invited. Watson Bros. Ltd. , ^LUMBERS and BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS. Show Room: -143-5 QUEEN STREET (near Albert Street). Office and Warehouse: -127-133 MARGARET STREET, BRISBANE. 'Phone 5830 (two lines). Albert Tea Rooms (Two doors from Adelaide Street) !ln ALBERT STREET, Near Tivoli Theatre. _ '* . i' MORNING, AFTERNOON and NIGHTLY .DAINTY LUNCHEONS & REFRESHMENTS. Open- from 9 a.m. till 11 p.m. Daily. G. VENERY and P. LANDOS, Proprietors. Benjamin F. Cribb REAL. ESTATE AGENT. (Properties For Sale in all parts of the City and Suburbs. Mortgages Arranged for any amount (Large or Small) on Improved Real ^Estate. 'House, Land, Insurance, and General Agent. Valuator, Arbitrator, Accountant, Trustee and Attorney. , LONGREACH BUILDINGS, 'QUEEN ST. andr NORTH QUAY, BRISBANE. Morrows 'LIMITED, ARE THE LEADIN...

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

^vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvtf»/vvvv*v^ , } Marti nJ . Ken ny f ii ELLIPSE CARRIAGE WORKS i J- 3j8 and 320 STANLEY STREET Y:: . :: SOUTH BRISBANE. . \ S j- 1 wi^ sell you any description of Vehicle or Turnout, - ' ' ^ * - ^ at a very reasonable price. ' New Rubber-tyred Bent-shaft ? ' ' | - £ | Sulkies, Straight-shaft Sulkies, Full Tray Sulkies, Single ^ - V' and Double Seated Buggies, Improved Buckboards; Pony , ^ ^ : \i' Carts, always in stock; also Harness, Ponies' and horses - \ S ^ % , GALL OR DROP ALINE. ' ' ? ' ? , \ ; 'Tiii»iinMtiwriiw»nTTrTTTTH»iiw,Mwwnriai»nriTiiii mi mil iiiiiiit'— ' ~~y ; N f -; i Also Eclipse Livery Stables, opposite above address - r /. CONCESSIONS MADE TO DIGGERS. J -'T See me about your Repatriation Orders. Special line of Stock and Buckjump Saddles. C ?ifv'W/W'WfW'WVW^W^VWW/WWWAv^/WVA-^W^yW/W^v^/W'yAy'W'W»rJ| | R. Trout & Sons I | Family arid Carcass BntgHers | ! Musgrave Rd,, Red Hill, BRISBANE/ ! BRANCHES: PETRIE TERRACE. .% * '' PADDINGTON...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 December 1919

And Joy was swift, and it came and went Lik-^ gleams of the sun in the spray Where the wattles over' the creeks were bent. And the waters sang all day. Did I share that, too, who was but a boy, By tlie creek or the mountain spur. . Nay I surely the joy of giving me Joy Was more than enough for her. And that, was the golden age? No I No I By the crown for the smooth young brow. By the tear-stained pages, I know, I know, What the Golden Age is now. For the flee tfoot Joys I must gladly share ' To the full or they cease to please; And the pains of life I alone must bear, Or there follows-'no sense of ease. ~ So out of the youth-hours swiftly run These words from the sands ascend; 'For every sin that my soul has done, God, make me pay to the end, Yea, make me suffer till I shall see With the sight of an olden sage In the iron at heart but the golden key That opens The Golden Age.'

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

THE NEW AUSTRALIA. | While the party pests are all a^busy plotting, . f While they're splitting up the other fellows f share, j While the fat and cosy billets they're allotting, f Can't you feel there's something different In j the air7 f Can't/you feel it while the sects and creeds arc I brawling I Till the Christ Himself looks down in dumb j despair? f 'TIs the spirit of the new Australia calling. To the heart of every patriot everywhere. Oh I I sense it as a purpose swiftly forming, From the sacrifice of those who gave their all; - ' And I see it as a modern army storming At the gates of all things mean, and weak, and small, Tis the breaking of the bonds of long repres . si on — Oh, the sunrise of an after-battle morn I 'Tis the glory of a great heart's intercession; 'Tis the gladness of Australia re-bom. It is visioned as a newer resurrection, — Of a peace lhat bids the brave unsheathe the sword Till the chains of class and creed, and sect, and section Have been smitten from the...

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

For all unsigned articles appearing in this paper, which express political opinions, \V.'_ Worley, 331 Queen Street, Is responsible. ' ? - } R. D. Fisher | ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ | Tailor & Mercer I o . '. ♦ o COMPLETE OUTFITTER. ' ♦ ! ? | ;; My Prices are Lower than all pthers o SUITS to Measure (Australian Cloth), Browns and Greys - - ♦ /- ? Plain and Stripe, from .. .. .. .. £5/5/- A ♦ ?' ' ? HAT8, Pure Fine -Felt, from .. .. .. 9/6 -► ,♦ „ Pure Wool Feft, from . . . . . . . . 6/.6 - ' . - ► ♦ BOOTS, from ? .. .. 12/8 ' «► ♦ ? ? ? * ► ' SMALL SHOP! SMALL PRICES! SMALL PROF1T8! { ► o ? ' ? — ? ? ' ♦ 0 ♦ - - WRITE OR CALL AND I WILL PROVE IT! . - ► JJ . , COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY DESPATCHED. ♦ ♦ ♦ NOTE THE ADDRESS:— ' S R. D. FISHER, j 169 Queen Street, - A BETWEEN PAVILION AND MAJESTIC PICTURES. ' ? - ► T ♦ £»++♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦♦«♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ *♦«♦♦**♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ | ROWHTTS 2 COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, g, ? 2 £ 2 CLARENCE CORNER, STANLEY STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE. -? 3 ' -? 2 (Two DoorB from He...

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

| 'the' VI c IT 6 R I A I V INSURANCE CO., LTD * $ FIRE MARINE HeeiDENT * % FOUNDED 1849 A PURELY AUSTRALIAN OFFICE. * 'i* Town Inspector — Lieut. MARTIN (late A.I.F.) '♦* £ „ „ Gunner WICKHAM (late A.I.F.) . '£ North Coast Inspector — Pte. CLOWES (late A.I.F.) ?- X NORTH QUEENSLAND BRANCH: * ❖ FLINDERS ST. :: :: TOWN8V1LLE. ❖ X v J. K. THOMPSON, Local Secretary. I*. . ij HEAD OFFICE FOR QUEENSLAND: *S? *j* Corner of- Edward and Queen Sts., BRISBANE. f ?J. (A.M.P. Buildings). ^ X - R. MOORE STEELE, Resident Secretary. X ^^M^Waugh a, Always in front ' ? ? © Success at the Front CUCCESS at the front da ° pends mainly upon the good qualities of the forces employ ed. So also in your cooking— the seeret of sueeess is in the material you use. To secure good results nothing but the best will perfectly satisfy. Dr. W&ugh's Baking Powder is always the best, and you may be absolutely certain^ that it will rise to the occasion every time it is put to. the test. It assures your having t...

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Great labor leader in Appeal [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 December 1919

Great labor Leader in Appeal Americanism— not Bolshevism. Americanism!— 'the hop'e'of the world'— not Bolshevism— 'the enemy of civilisation.' This is the stand of Samuel Gompers, presi dent of the American Federation of Labor, and the thousands upon thousands ot loyal Ameri can men and women for whom he speaks. Loyalty to America, and to all the democratic and constructive principles for which it stands —this is the duty, as Mr. Gompers sees it, of all the people who lire in this land. Right and Justice and freedom for America and .all Americans, these are the principles for ?which he stands, declares the federation leader. Mr. Gompers has very aptly defined vrhat America is: 'America is not merely a name, a land, a country, a continent; America is a symbol. It Is an ideal, pie hope of the world.' America has no place for the person who will not work, or fight, if need bo, for its institu tions and Ideals, says Mr. Gompers. He says : 'I do not know that I am entitled to very great ...

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

TWO SOULS. Two Earth souls Journeyed, to Heaven's gate, And one wis early arid one was late, 'I came hot-foot' said the first St. Pete, Is there any chance of a heavenly seat? 'I'm not too fit for a harp I know, ? I ? My men are derelict with doubt ? My women with a nameless fear Help me to cast the traitors out And recreate the insincere And where the dim self-seekers' go God I Steel my hand and guide the blow. In the high places of the land, Where -men unblemished should sit . Behold forsworn a callous band The peace priest and the hypocrite ? These are Thine alters they profane; God help me strike their power in twain. . They give no help to those who die That I may live in peace, oh Lord! With unity their cry to raise Disunity to spread abroad, And from jny trouble and distress ' They build the blackmail of success. Then God of Right 1 Give me Thine aid To tear these perjured perverts down. Inspire me till their hosts are made Free converts to the old renown ' That made the righ...

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

FOR ALL THE YEAR— IT! A ROYAL BEVERAGE— j BVLIMBA BEER 1 QUEEN LAGER j

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FOR WHOM SHALL I VOTE? (The Editor, "Leader.") [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 December 1919

FOR WHOM SHALL I VOTE? (The Editor, 'Leader.') Sir,— Now that the fateful 13th so nearly , ; approaches It would be well for every elector ? to ponder thoughtfully as to where he should place the numbers on the Senate ballot paper from 1 to 6, and where for candidates for thei House of Representatives. Shall it be In favour of the party led by the . man who fought against great odds, against the combined Intellects of civilized Europe and America, until he succeeded in getting Austra lia declared a nation, who stands for law and order and sound governance, as opposed to ?wild-cat false promises of benefits which tho Commonwealth cannot afford to give, for Bol shevism in short, or shall it be in favour of the marionette, Ryan, who seeks to supersede Mr. Tudor in leading the extremists of Labour to bring about anarchy and cbaos? It is a grave issue, the greatest ever placed in the hands of the people of Australia, and so grave ?that It behoves every man and woman to forget past politi...

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

! Mr What Returned Men Want to Know j I T4 Whore can I got * good smart suit? Hot,- soon can I getlt? And ♦ ^ what will It coit? j\ X ♦ yMOl^K The answer Is at 'GILBERT S, ftp — ^ X £ /[miffllWi fl IK who hare been tailoring specialists -1 a a ^Vti 1 1 HI I Him II 1 1 1 h fL over 25 years. They will make V ^ X /llliilr3!HlnJ fU\ y°u a smart suit t0 your individual jr\ ^ X taste, and measures in 24 hours at . I ^ ♦ OT Mk5 IIIIotIj the following moderate prices:— fe- i ♦ J WfiiP 75/- to 21 Oh i i liffi SSta®3fflS£«S£- J0BT I I 1 IP as* JSff-V \ I % lllllllJJinl bi t0 your 'a' flt ln 0 ctm ;* \^\ ^ O im l f 120/-. A special discount of 10/- to newly returned jgjSg! -.i-fj ♦ O J) n El 'men oil the price of any suit over £5, ana 10 per ma Sfr- -- X lUHijBBtJfl/ cent- off anything else you wear, and *e mock ggBgi ' 5f J ♦ j -f ^ HWtfy erors'thlntr. This is a 'Dlnkum offer py an ota rag-eRri f 4k a i fflr established Arm, who value their repu ( i. bJ llilfflflP/ wel1 to s^vertise. anything...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN MEMORIAM. E. S. EMERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 December 1919

? ? ? f ? - ? ? ? — IN MEMORIAM. E.~S. EMERSON. ? x At this time most of our readere will re member the late Mr. E. S. EmersQn, who was released from this mortal sphere one year ago^ We of this Federation have good reason lo remember ills work done on our behalf, his intense Interest in the welfare of the soldiers,, and tlie sympathetic and intellectual grasp he had of the wants of the returned men, which wants he so ably expressed in the pages ol tills paper. ^ Australia was his pride, and always he looked for the Big Aussie of high thought and noble purpose. His writings betoken his own inner feelings as to Australia's place among the Nations, and the character she would bear when th^re came that recognition of nation hood which -lias now been won in blood, and in the reflnjng Are of war's fiery furnace. His own particular philosophy of life is ex pressed in the lines — Although the day seem sad withal, I shall not yield myself to sorrow. There cannot be whate'er befall s. A bette...

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

I An Admitted Fact 1 The Famous Sun-Raysed Trio CURRANTS, SULTANAS — - and LEXIAS — have become 'DAILY COMMODITIES' , - r Order year Supplies at once for Xmas. They are now regarded as a Daily food. No home should be without the Trio. It has saved THOUSANDS of POUNDS to housewives all over Australia r : : ; Don't forget to purchase a Is. Tin of 'The Good Little Normey' a Delicious and Healthy Lolly. CHILDREN are HAPPIER FAMILIES are HEALTHIER A MERRIER CHRISTMAS The Mother's Purse is Heavier ^sun mysed'* 1 C. j. DeGARIS, Director ol Publicity, A.D.F A. , Mildura.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE LUST OF THE THINGS THAT ARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 December 1919

.THE LUST OF THE THINGS THAT AHE. Ohi Life had shown him a goodly share. But he walked with one-calIed Devll-may-oarcl Clinking their glasses above the bar. They dranlfto thp lust of the things that are; But many a widow and many a child Dropped .blood in their wine as they sipped and smiled; . , . And oft in their goblets of amber befer They drowned tlie faith of a ifriend a-near; For many a night they had won a bride To cast her at morn with her weeds aside; Leaving a lie where they found fair truth, And seeds of Hell at tlie core of youth; Yea, many a heart had they filled with pain, But they drank to the lust and they sinns'l again. . . ? » « ? Oh ! Life had shown him a goodly share, - But he walks with one who is called Despair; ;. Nursing their glasses above the bar,. They curse the pain of the thingB that are; For wild wet eyes that with anguish shine. They see deep down in their cloudy wine; And under the foam of their frothing beer , - Arc only the dregs of the Insincere; '...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Queensland and the Cost of Living. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 December 1919

Queensland and the Cost of Living. A Jester who signs himself 'Veritas' puts this to the 'Bulletin': — If the Ryan Government has brought Queensland to such a state of ruin please tell mo: — (1) Why is the cost of living (according to . Knibbs) so much cheaper in Queensland than 'in every other capital city of Australia; (2) Why is the rental of dwelling-houses fully 20' per cent, cheaper than In any other capital city of the Commonwealth? ' (3) Why is the purchasing power of a sove reign so much greater in Queensland than in any other capital city of the Commonwealth? (4) How 'is it that the Queensland citizen has more money per head to his credit in the State Savings Banks pro rata than the citizens of any of the other States of the Common wealth? . If you can show how, you reconcile your statements with the above facts you win. 1 Then we win. For: — * (1) Knibb's latest figures are for Septem ber,- 1910. Food and groceries which in 1911 cost on the average in the six Australian c...

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

Hy. Dean & Sons Roma Street, Brisbane - THE BEST PLACE TO CONSIGN TOUR PRODUCE FOR SALE and . . THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PLACE TO -JUY ALL THE PRODUCE YOU WANT. V $ '' . ? - . ? You Soldiers Just 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.' But to some of you, that was 2, 3, 4 years ago, and now that you'ra 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 h4s changed. You feel you simply must gat a new suit! f And it'B a good idea to start this new phase ot your life with a new suit! You know as well as any man the value of a smart, clean-cut ap pearance, and you're going to start your citizen life right— In a new suit! LET BEIRNE'S MAKE IT. / ? BEIBNE'3 SUITS (To Measure): 84;- to 10 Guineas. are the best suits your money can buy! Let the chips fall where they may. ?- , - . Come in an...

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

©possums i Bears * . ; Consign to John Bridge & Co, Ltd., Brisbane-, and secure ; . - ? top prices and quick returns. . *?? John Bridge & Gorflpany limited Brisbane. ' Consign S]vins~'John\Bridge, Roma Street.' . OUR COMRADE SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND GENERAL PUBLIC! ? McLennan ®. Nutting STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. FAT STOCK- SALESMEN, AUCTIONEERS, Etc., . - HOUSE, 'LAND AND: ESTATE AGENTS,- - ADELAIDE CHAMBERS, 44 ADELAIDE STREET (Opp. Allan & Stark). Lieut. G*. \V. Nutting (late of 11th . UH. Regiment), and formerly . of New Zealand ? Loan and M.A. Coy., desires -to . ailvfse the General Public that he has entered into part nership -with Kenneth McLennan, and the business will be carried on in the name of Ihe Firm as above slated. . 'VVe also respectfully advise that bolh have- recently returned from the front, and | ? l)egto solicit Ahe favour of a trial, when -we are satisfied that a continuance of business will, follow. ? ? ..-!?= ? ? : ; i g^rrsrrrrr—^ ^?gBWW...

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