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The Right to Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 December 1919

The Right to Work. THE RIGHT TO WORK, though a boon, yet is not a favour, nor is it charity, but the undiSr puled inheritance of every human-being born into the world. Every human lias as much right to live as he has a right to view the light of day or sit in the sunshine. The RIGHT TO WORK ranks equally with , COOPERA TION, as it begins where the CO-OPERATIVE system ends. Both of these are so material In solving the entangled problem of industrial unrest and to stemming the enraged tide of re volutionary spirit that are about to throttle society, lhat undue delay IS DEATH. The RIGHT TO WORK, irrespective of its unheeded claim Upon society in the past, is so important a measure to present-day civilisa tion that its enactment is forcing itself upon us. The old and decadent go as you please methods must give room to the institution of a BETTER ORDER OF THINGS. If the world is lo he saved the horrors of civil wars, Bolshevism must not be allowed to get a footing on the core of society....

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

. Saddles, Harness, ml W And all Classes of Leather Goods. Y j/ Whan you left tho shares of Queensland to defend the causa _ n H ot Right and Justice, you disposed ol your Saddle. Now you , ? IV II have returned yo* *111 want another, something GOOD, some- 1 1 Vi ((-/) // thing that WILL LAST aid give YOU SATISFACTION and ? COMFORT. ? y We manufacture the BEST SADDLES. When you deal ' * /7' with us, you are DEALING DIRECT WITH THE MANUFAC- 'J /'/ TURER8. £ j'f John Wleheke (late ot Roma) Is la our employ, and we are £ yr the only firm that ean supply the Geniine WIeneke Saddle. . e e9 SADDLES, FULLY MOUNTED, frem £7 7 0 jj M BUGGY MARNKSS, from ? £8 10 0 ,? 2 SPRINGCART HARNESS, from ? £10 10 0 j » ^ SPECIAL DISCOUNT to Ketinei loUlars at— ^ ? QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. Summer Meeting, 1919 Added Money 3,100 Sovereigns SOUTHPORT HANDICAP— 400 Sov«., i i 1mlle and a-quart»r.~' SATURDAY, 13th DEO., 1*10, 'Phone 85. ' ' ' MAUJtlCB BALDWIN, Secretary. ; , =:.? ; ; r!) im jv rh A Seeded Raisi...

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

Tours truly, W. DAVIS This Lix 'Em! . ' gg\ 'WHILST LIVE I WILL CROW.' MmWjf) (Established 40 years.) liH Now that the curtailment of racing haB prists. I been lifted,, I am still at the front as re* £» v- f gards giving possibilities for the forth- wg J coming races in the States — Epsom and / Metropolitan, Melbourne Cup, Caulfleld Cup. Send at once. Remember laBt year —MONEY IN THE PALM OF YOUR ? I don't profeBS 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 successful issue. If you don't speculate you can't accumulate.* It's purely and simply a matter of figures. That's easy enough, surely. Get weekly- information. TRY; IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Stamped envelope for reply, or prepaid telegrams, and you get what you require — the NEED F...

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

INDUSTRIAL UNREST. EDUCATION THE CURE: ? (By A.G.A.) / The 'material well being of Australia depends upon a solution of those differences between labour and capital, which at present hinder if they do not altogether prevent the development of productive enterprise. Next to the repatria tion of soldiers and the settling of them in » ? civil occupations, in other words converting them from a fighting machine into producers, the most pressing problem is the freeing of ourselves from the financial burden placed up on us by reason of the Great War. If we are j sincere in our desire to rid eurselves of this j burden, and not to hand it on 4s a legacy'to [ our children and our children's children we must of necessity go in for Increased produc tion. We must produce more . meat, wool, wheat, etc., for purposes of export, and we must increase our manufactures for home re quirements. increased production and increased manu- . faoture. This increase depends upon the wise organisation and use o...

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

GOOD HONEST DEAL FOR RETURNED MEN. A saving of 30 per cent, on air Purchases. New and -Second-hand Furniture. Low Rent, , Small Profits, -Cheap Goods.: .'. PURCHASE. ON OUR NEW SYSTEM. THE EOONOMIO FURNISHING HOUSE, Next Post Office GEORGE STREET. ?' ' L. CAVANOUGH, Manager.

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

Profiteers in Evidence. It is difficult for the ordinary man in the street to account for the extraordinary ad vance in the prices of goods he has to eat and wear, particularly the latter. For the house holder with an average family in these days to live on the average -yvage, and participate in a modicum, of the sweets of life is a hard pro blem. He' wonders as to the cause of the dif ficulty. Perhaps the words . of Mr. Robert Vicars, president of the Woollen and Worsted Textile Manufacturers, of Australia, when pointing out , that the high cost of clothing cannot be' traced to, the manufacturers of clothstuffs in this v country, may throw some light on this very vexed question. He said (we quote from 'The Australian Manufacturer,' September 6 th, 1919): 'During the periods under considera tion, pre-war and 1918, wool had advanced .up wards of 50 per cent., wages about 40 'per cent., dyestutts, etc., up to 600 per cent., while the price of piece goods were advanced: Serges 55 per 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

RETURNED 80LDIERS' SPECIAL CONCESSION. Nine miles 'from Brisbane, on Railway, near 'school, store and station, -8 Blocks, 5 to J? ; acres. PRICE: -£10 iper acre. TERMS: £1 deposit, .£l ;per month. No Interest. Government iPoultry Expert has inspected ' this land, and will,;give a 'report. Apply— 'LEADER' OFFICE, '331 Queen 'Street, PHOTOGRAPHS for Christmas and New Year — the very thing. ' THE INEXPENSIVE SOLUTION OF' THE XMAS GIFT PROBLEM. The Poulsen Studios 14-18 Queen Street, BRISBANE. HARDY BROTHERS LTD. JEWELLERS. Established 1853. BLACK OPAL. The Company has Just cut some very fine specimens of Black Opal. INSPECTION INVITED. 116 & 118 Queen Street, BRISBANE sydney Melbourne London DIGGERS comrade JIM T4YL0R 23th 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 6 — HANDS KEPT GOING — S ' Loot me np 'LADS,' I am the on'y 'TAYLOR' from the Front......

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

THE BRUTE. 'You're kinder to dumb animals than you are to me, your -wife.' 'Well, you try being dumb and see how kind I'll be.'.

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

ji^ BLACK | The State's Leading Tobacconist. Direct importer of all the Leading Brands of Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos. - The greatest variety of Smokers' Requi-* sites in Australia to ?§elect from, address — COURIER BUILDING, QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. [ADVERTISEMENT.] NATIONALISTS and all electors who wish Australia to be prosperous and contented . - VOTE THUS: 8ENATE. HI adamson GO FERRICKS V 00 G1VENS- [TJ GLASGOW [5] M AUG HAN IJJ TURLEY NOTE. — You MUST write a figure in each of the/ 'six ^squares in accordance with your preference, otherwise your vote will be in formal. BRISBANE DIVI8ION. '' _ [2] BOLAND QT CAMERON . [3J FINLAYSON , OXLEY DIVISION. ' [T] BAYLEY jTj SHARPE ' LILLEY DIVISION. \2\ JOHNSON Q3 MACKAY ? _ MORETON DIVI8ION. HJ HEFFERAN ~ - jTf 'WIENHOLT ' Referenda ? ' on both questions) _ -.-. ? m yes ' ,? * \ 1 □ NO 0 Place a cross 'X' in the square opposite . 'YeB.' You must not use figures on' the Referenda Ballot paper. (Authorised by W. F.-R. BOYCE, 301 Queen ...

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

j George Wills& Co. LlM t General Merchants t ♦ ♦ ' I Wharf Street :: Brisbane, t ♦ ♦ J Sole Agents for . . . J { linglontfl' Canned Fruits, Jam, Cocoa, Cocoa £ ♦ Uuluuiu and Milk, Tea, Shaker Salt, Pickles | % THIS BRAND STANDS FOR QUALITY % « SO ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM! + | We also 'handle Large Stocks of CARBIDE, WIRE, WOOLPACKS ♦ ♦ RESIN, HESSIAN, Etc., Etc. I t ♦ | Wholesale Merchants Only. | D Grocers. Butchers, Confectioners, etc. You should use ay ton Money weight Scales. They ore certified Ij all Inspectors of Wenchts. Mistakes Impossible. Accurncj in weJtfbirjr Mo».ey talift Miown witii direct weight. Scale?, Bo«n Cuttera i:u*l Lhcete Cutters Intuit all trade Dayton KonByweight Scale Co., Ltd. 3,1 y'^i,„s„V2S8'''' ~j» PUMPS i (S§j|^ FOR ALL USES '§f Wo llaV0 theni— yes, from the Little /®*5S| Ivjtcljeji Pump right up to the Deep Well ||p ilfCfijSk Pumping Engines, with capacities rang- J P&M VTY\ ing from 100 Gallons to 50,000 Gallons \ \ NO PROPOSITION IS...

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

'MR. WALES.' I The Prince of Wales spent a lot ot 'time . among the Diggers, with whom lie wa « gener ally popular, on account of his un&iiumlnt * manner and general courtesy. This Is dinkum. One day, as he was taking his departure after a yarn with a group ot Australians, one ot the men said, 'Well, good-bye, Mr. Wales!' The roar of laughter sent up by bis mates was echoed by the Prince, who chuckled for long after over his new designation. 'Blime 'om was I to know?' asked the Dig ger when his mates poked fun.at him, and bis mistake didn't worry his tuppence. , In the earlier days of the war, the Prince ot Wales was referred to by the Canadian! as 'Shadow,' owing to his slight, frail figure. However, he has broadened out greatly In the last couple of years and Is now a fairly solid young chap. If he visits Australia^ as he has expressed his wish to, 'Mr. Wales' can be sure of a hearty greeting from 'the boys.'

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

THE ONLY TIME. The artist was painting — sunset, .red, with blue streaks and green dots. The old rustic, at a respectful distance, was watching. 'Ah,' said the artist, looking up suddenly, 'perhaps to you, too. Nature has opened her sky pictures page by page? Hare yon seen the lambent flame of dawn leaping across the livid east; the red-stained sulphurous Islets floating in the lake ot flre in the west; the ragged clouds at midnight, black as raven's wing, blotting out the shuddering moon?' 'No,' replied the rustic, shortly; 'not since I signed the pledge.'

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS AND THE WORLD'S INDUSTRIAL FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 December 1919

THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS AND THE WORLD'S INDUSTRIAL FUTURE. We live iu a great age. Things are now be . ing done in Europe which are likely to occupy - a inrgtr pince'in the history or the future than Ihe deeds of valour performed during the war, . and even than the war itself. For, after all, the war, although the greatest in the history ?of the earth, was only a war. And wars are as old as man himself. But the attempt now heing made by the world's statesmen to lay the foundation of a new system for settling International disputes, and really to create a new thing, a siipernalion, is a unique innova tion in the affairs of men, and whether it suc ; ceeds or fails, the fact that it has been made -will remain a landmark in the history of human ?endeavour and progress for ever. But nothing done at the Peace Conference is more likely to be memorable and far-reaching In its consequences than^the recommendation of the Labour Commission appointed by the Peace Conference to insert the followin...

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

? TH1 GOLDEN AGE., 1 ' ; ' T, Do you know the tale of 'The Golden Age?' Yea, back when the world was new, I lived if over, in many a page Of a book we have all gone through; Dog-eared it is as I turn it now, And marked by the thumb of the years, With here a crown for a smooth young brow. And here with a stain of tears. Oh, golden age, in the green Bush-ways, Witli the trees and the flowers and birds 1 Life wrote my verse in those olden days . In a way that is better than words; For Earth was mine for a iloric wild — A mate for my stolen fun. Or a mother soothing a restless child, : When the Joy of the day was done. 0^. pain was quick in those days fine by, And it smota with a heavy hand; And 'Mother, forgive!' was my heart-wrung cry, For I did not understand. And I brought my sins to her open breast, And I burdened her soul with care, j Till, fraad frua tka fail, I aaak U rut 1 AM l»ft ker *sy l«4 t* kear.

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 | :: Tell your Friends about the Goodness of | MEENZOi Regd. A lame for t HEAN'S ESSENCE ♦ 0 The Tried and Proyed Money-saving Treatment for ? j : Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds, Whooping | ii Cough, Influenza, Catarrh, and I ii Sore Throats. | ii FOR INFLUENZA . f USE HEENZO J ♦ OR - ♦ ♦ $ i: Heenzo Cough Diamonds. | . 0 HEENZO is Pleasant to take. + - - HEENZO sterilizes Germs in the Mouth and Throat. ♦ ' | ' HEENZO soothes and heals Inflamed Mucous Membrane. . 7 ^ -HEENZO allays Distressing Coughs*. $ -► HEENZO clears the Bronchial Tubes. ♦ J! HEENZO is a Great Money-Saver. ? . I j Costs 2 1 — Saves Pounds ! :: 1 ♦ 1 ^ Each bottle of Heenzo, when added to sweetened water, as per easy directions ^ 4 [ printed on the label, produces a family supply of superior quality mixture— as X 1 - much as would cost from 12/- to £1, or more, if you bought ordinary ready-made i i ► mixtures in a lot of little bottles. Money cannot buy a better medicine than £ i ► the Heenzo mixture, which you may ...

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

j;:i== 5==5s^^ 5 ? - . ; ?=' =??* ? i-.i i -.sissstal 12 ^rac^ca^ Tools jgg, S This la the case ln brief for th» * I Automatic Combination Tool ! This daily utility has the capacity to perform 12 distinct Jobi— »nd to j do each one well — and so ideal is the combination that extra tools, ln j many cases, are not required. Use it as a Lifting Jack — It will lift 3 j i tons. Use It as a Wire Strainer — it will Bare labour and time. Other { uses include — Post and Stump pulling— wire repairing — woren wire j stretching — wheel repairing. Weight, 241bs. J H** Write to Desk ' A ' for full particulars. j J. __ 'YOU CAN GET IT AT BUZACOTT'S,' JjQZciCCtt& Git ADELAIDE STREET, BRISBANE; J MARKET ST., SYDNEY. j RHOADES 10 per cent. (2s. in the £) Discount offer to all Returned Soldiers. Just a practical way of showing our appreciation — a hearty 'Hand-Bhake,' as It were. We know 'twill help a little — and every little helps. RHOADES' know full well that thousands of ' Aussles ' while ...

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 BANK OF QUEENSLAND LIMITED. Authorised Capital ..... £1,000,000 Directors: The Hon. Sir ALFRED S. COW LET, Kt (Chairman) ; WILLIAM DAVIES; 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. , 8ydney Office: 253 George Street. ? Melbourne Office: 381 Collins Street. London Office: 4 Queen Victoria St., E.C. Branches throughout QUEENSLAND and In NEW SOUTH WALES. Agents throughout the World. Transacts all usual Banking Business McGUFFIE & CO. (S. G. COWELL) &JU1 ? ? 248 Queen Street, ?Phone 530. BRISBANE. head office Sydney. _ n OPEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF R General Banking1 Business 1 in the Principal Cities and Towns of Australia and Rabaul (New Britain), ? also London (2), and A.I.F. Camps in England. B ' Savings Bank Department 1 at a' ?'»nche», and 8AVING& BANK AGENCIES »t 2702 Post Offices 8 throughout Australia, Papua, New Britain. Solomon l&iands. ga atid ...

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

/ CANNY. I £ Alec and Dougal were adrift at sea 'in, an. open boat Alec (on his knees): 'O Lord, I ken I've broken maist o' Thy Commandments, and I've been a hard drinker all my days; but, O Lord,. If we're spared this time, I promise never ? ' Dougal: 'I widna commit mysel' ower far. Alec. I think I see land.'

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

REPATRIATION. In our last issue we published an article on the above subject, named 'A Square Deal to Returned Soldiers.' Certain opinions ex pressed in the article, especially that in which the Repatriation Department is referred to as 'a huge insulting machine,' do not refer to the Queensland Division. (The article was written from an, N.SAV. standpoint). We agree with the Minister that the scheme of Repatria tion is not perfect, and in many particulars could stand revision and amendment, but we must give credit where credit is due. Very many claimants for assistance come to the office of this paper and we do our best to overcome difficulties met with by returned men. Personally we have always received not only courtesy but assistance from the heads of departments, and the Deputy Comptroller when we have sought his advice has never failed us ' when a reasonable claim has been put forward; in fact he has guided us through many diffi culties. We make this explanation unsought becaus...

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

| Martin J.Kenny j ( E6L1P5E GflRRIHGE WORKS V S 318 and 320 STANLEY STREET :: :: :: SOUTH BRISBANE. \ \ I will sell you any description of Vehicle or Turnout, * ^ - at a' very reasonable pricc. New Rubber- tyred Bent-shaft' j : V Sulkies, Straight-shaft Sulkies, Full Tray Sulkies, Single \ P . /and Double Sealed Buggies, Improved Buckboards, Pony J V Carts, always in stock; also Harness, Ponies' and horses 1 V CALL OB DROP A LINEa V \ Also Eclipse Livery Stkbles, opposite above address t - CONCESSIONS MADE TO DIGGERS. J ^ See me about your Repatriation Orders. Special line of Stock and Buckjump Saddles. c ? .% ,% ?% »♦« ,% a .% .*» * .- .x« -♦ ♦- »;♦ »- ?- ♦- *- »;♦ ♦- I R. Trout & Sons I I Family and Carcass Butchers f t Musgrave Rd., Red Hill, BRISBANEc | BRANCHES: PETRIE TERRACE. TELEPHONES: ❖; *;? PADDINGTON. RED HILL — 801. -r. *:* !*.' LATROBE TERRACE. ; PETRIE TERRACE— 802. - ?- - '' All Small Goods a Speciality. Families waitod upon Daily. *:* I RAILWAY MEAT MART ~ ...

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