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MR. RYAN'S FAREWELL TO HIS THOUSAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 December 1919

MR. RYAN'S FAREWELL TO HIS THOUSAND. iPy Nemo.) Before leaving for a seat — or another rejec- _? tion this time in the peaceful arena of Fede ral politics our gallant 'SoMier-Premier' look leave of his famous Thousand, at the Exhibi - tion Hall, which was fairly decorated for the historic occasion. The gallant 'Thousand' entered th8 hall amid thunders of applause and took the chair ; allotted to it Covered with ilorv — and blushes — if not with medals and cteps. the illustrious 'Ryan's Thousand'' sat in stately loneliness till his that lie in the others path, many of the dis putes could be amicably settled, always re membering that the .worker demands that he shall be treated as a reasonable, thinking', human being; that, as he put his capital, of brains and muscle, into the business so in re turn he shall be entitled to a fair share in the profits arising out of the business. This co-operation between employer and employees would do much to remove the class haired which lies at the...

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

EVOLUTION OF INDU8TRY. III. It is essential to the life of a community that the system ot industry work to the great est advantage of the people. The nature of em ployment relations is a fundamental issue and the improvement or the gradual super seding ot the present system by another is a matter which may well exercise the minds of our leaders. The unfortunate fact of the division of Capi tal nnrl Labour fmnresses itself in a dreadful manner upon the people. It is not for good John Mills writes: 'If the bulk of the human . race are always to remain as at present. . . . I know not what there is which should make a person with any capacity for reason concern himself about the destinies of ttie human race.' The bulk of the human race are the employed. Ot these Mill further writes: 'I cannot think 1 that they will be permanently contented with the condition of labour for wages as their ul timate state.' During the time when at the beginning of the 19th century the great industrial chan...

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 l~-l Selected CHOCOLATES in half-lb. tins ] I I U I11PSOSLC Lid. Speciality: CHOCOLATE PINEAPPLE j ® One Quality, the Best. Phone 5000-1 j - ' ' . ::A

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

Charlton, Elliott SCo. AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS. Managers for Absentees. Houses Let and Rents Collected. ESTATES DIVIDED AND SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION. — We have Buyers for Suitable Houses and Building Sites in good localities. CHARLTON, ELLIOTT & CO., 366-8 QUEEN STREET - - BRISBANE. Returned Men! ft Vic. Jensens * ►J 10 per cent Discount on all J ► ♦T purchases. No advances in prices^ . ^ ► & -►5 Men's Tan Willow Derby Bals with ' Caps or without ? 13/11 ] ^ Repairs done. Bast feather used, 4 ►O 1$ VIC. JENSEHS, lZZ^™],nsh I ♦ T Queen St root, BRISBANE. - We pnjr yostage. WrUe for CatMugue. 'Phone 5300. ff - _ 3 XMAS HOLIDAYS g ?f are almost upon us. You will require 2 2 holiday clothing, then call and see 5J s Michael Borsht £ 2 DRAPER, MERCER, OUTFITTER, &c g ^ No. 673 STANLEY ST. (near Merton Z ?? ' Road), SOUTH BRISBANE, g ?r who has an exceptionally fine stock of J? 2 Clothing and Footwear of every de- ?J *1 seriptlon; also a...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
[EXTRACT.] Mr. Geiston's Speech at Clayfield. 14th NOVEMBER, 1919. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 December 1919

[EXTRACT.] Mr. Geistoa's Speech at Ciayfield, 14th NOVEMBER, 1919. 'Australia was in a bad position in 1914, she was In a worse position In March, ISIS, and 1 noticed ln the 'Dally Standard' the other night that they drew a comparison between the pri vate soldiers and the officers, and attempted to belittle one of three candidates of the Council — Sir William Glasgow— the man who spent 72 hours In the saddle in order to help save civil ization and Australia. The man who did what Robert Blatchford. an Englisnman— not an Aus- . trallan— has described as the turning point of the war. I do not care what Major-General Glasgow's politics are — but surely life is not so valueless, that a rag' of this typo can belittle a man who has rendered such service. 'You can play your politics without playing It in dirt The game paper had this heading, 'Something about Bolshevism,' and yet they tell you that they do not support Bolshevism. Now, I do not know whether anyone here believes in that class ...

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

§A Hand-Tailored Suit in! » Salt that you'd be prond of. Hade of AH 'Wool Australian Tweed, in Browns and Greys — a beautiful fabric — of classic appear ance ?When we ear hand-tailored we mean it — no fac tory male about the 'M.D.E.' kind. Tls a Suit that Cultured Tailors only can build. The cut I of '1LD.E.' Suits Insures a perfect flt — and ap pearance means success to every man. The trimmings used are none other than First Class »r»d remember, we make 30 extra charges for tznHip bottom', etc. Our quoted price ot £7 1» *-« T Kindly Call, Write Ut, or ring for Patterns — tat to rot fall to leav« your measurements. WE PAY CARRIAGE. McDonnell & east ltd. GEORGE STREET BRI8BANE. Hotel Victoria STANLEY STREET TEAMS TO D002 tir.der New Management. (Near Victoria Bridge). TERMS MODERATE. LARRY QUINN, Proprietor. SOUTH BRISBANE. Telephone 2164. Avoid Pump I . Buying Mistakes 8 fl „ tTi-=r yc- war.* a pump for watering the Etock, irrigating the B , garish. cr for the house, be sure...

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

FOY & GIBSON Pty. Ltd., Valley, Brisbane THE CHRISTMAS TOY FAIR IS NOW ON. The Switchback Railway is in full swing and running to time every afternoon. Now, 'Diggers,' we give you a hearty Invitation to bring your kiddies along and give them the time ot their life. If you have no kiddieB of your own bring somebody else's, so that by giving them - pleasure your trip will not be in vain. Free Rides. Free Rides. During the past tortnight we have been making extensive alterations in our u5?5 warehouse. SiB? - All Departments have been remodelled bo as to enable our cuatomers to do VHj9 their shopping in comfort, and us to give them the best attention possible during the festive season. We extend you all a hearty Invitation to visit our most up-to-date, well lighted JKS and .well ventilated warehouse. Ifl ll QUOTATIONS FROM THE JUVENILE SPORTS DEPARTMENT. M I Aeroplanes 'guaranteed to fly, 12/6 each. Rubber Tyred Tricycles, 37/6 each. .jknA Carts and Horses, 2/3 each. Money Boxes...

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

GRATUITY AND 8AVINQS CERTIFICATES. The majority of the . returned soldiers throughout Queensland arc agreeable to take their gratuity money in bonds, states Captain Cott.mi, and as arrangements are possibly now completed so lhat returned soldiers can take their bonds to liie hank and have them cashed on demand, it is clear that iiie returned men will be holding a Commonwealth security that is better than the Commonwealth note issue for the bonds carry simple interest, which can be collected every six months, or the bonds cash ed at any time. There is only one belter Commonwealth security on the market than the soldiers bonds proceeds Captain Coltam. and that is the new issue War Savings Certificates, because they pay 5} per cent, compound interest, free of in come taxes, and can be cashed any time,' but' very few people cash them because they are such good holding. The greater people of Queensland want to see the soldiers get their gratuity and such people can give .practical help i...

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

G. FLEMING & CO. PRODUCE MERCHANTS, ETC., VALLEY PRODUCE STORES, Cr. Ann and Glpps Streets, Valley, Brisbane. ORDERS DELIVERED EVERYWHERE. i: ,y- .'PHONE 2128. r I If yon are making a J 1 Start again— | 5 as a motor agent jc 2 . or engineer -? 2 CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCKS. . 2 2 ' WE SPECIALISE IN . £ ' 3 Supplies of Accessories and jj | Workshop Requirements S ?? . For the Motor Trade. -P 2 'PHONE 3306. £ 1 Martin Wilson Bros J 5 LIMITED, -2 2 229 ADELAIDE ST., BRISBANE. § P=:=:;5:S:'=;=;=S ' ?'.'.VJ.j Procrastination is the Enemy of Progress— Don't procrastinate! Use the progres sive power of electricity In your fac tory, your shop, your home. It means v greater comfort, greater efficiency. ENQUIRIES INVITED. E8TIMATE8 GIVEN. C. CLAUSSEN, Electrical Engineer, IPSWICH ROAD (near Fiveways). - 7 - - V ?

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Australia Week. School Essay Competition. SENIOR DIVISION. AN INDIVIDUAL EXHIBIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 December 1919

Australia WeeK. School Essay Competition. SENIOR DIVISION. AN INDIVIDUAL EXHIBIT. The following essay, by C. Shortridge, Boys' Central State School, gained first prize in the . recent Australia week school essay ? competi tion: — Of the many exhibits representing the in dustries of Australia, displayed during .Manu facturers' Week, that of the Broken Hill Pro prietary was, in my opinion, the best. It consisted of about 200 pieces of steel manufactured into various articles — e.g., rails, angles, channels, and beams; with photos of the proprietary's iron and steel works at New castle, showing tlie great size of the works, and its increase during the last few years; and samples of pig-iron also prepared at the works. With her own industries, controlled and worked by her own people, and' supported by her own finance, for what more could a coun try wish to make herself- strong and indepen dent? The mainstays of a country are her in dustries; without them sheica'nnot thrive, and Is there...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE POLITICAL MORALITY (IF ANY) OF RYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 December 1919

JTHE POLITICAL MORALITY (IF ANY) OF ' RYAN. ' Consider the political morality (if any) of T. J. Ryan. -? In Australia the question of fin ance is' supreme.- Ryan and Tudor and Storey admit this;'by: filling their speeches and pro grammes witli financial items. There have been countries where the 'supreme issues were the' maintenance of Parliament against a tyrannous king, or the struggle of the people against a brutal aristocracy, or the question of negro slavery or of religious freedom, but in Australia everything revolves around money. T. J. Ryan's whole career in office was his. career as State* Premier of Queensland — as the man who was responsible for the finances and everything else. The Auditor-General, the supreme and . independent authority' on these matters, has made a report — the last of a series of annual reports — which gives the im pression that the loud, boisterous young man from the North is about tlie greatest calamity that ever laid hands on tlie cash in Australia...

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

Soldiers! q\ Let us make Your Suit— yv^si The tailor who knows how to Pl^\ make correct clothes— and (| I \ | make, them to flt— Is the one ynl'l who should make your \ i \ ? I clothes. We have had 30 Mil years' experience in the tail U \ I oring business. We know U U ' how to fit you and have them - 'jr made correctly. Suits to Measure, 48/- to 12 Guineas. Patterns Sent Free. Chas. C. Booth, Men's Complete Outfitter, 67 QUEEN STREET (Opp. Town Hall), ' ? _ BRISBANE. |j V acid _ $ ^OSPMAt* v. .1 'nggy KLEPALO ? Obtainable only In J. J and 11b. packets That Klepalo Is better than Cream of Tartar for Baking you already know, but did you know that Klepalo Is now put up In packets only? Insist on genuine packets And avoid substitutes. All Grocers. Ice! Ice! Ice! ; This useful commodity delivered - - ^ daily to all Suburbs. ':r Under personal supervision of A. E. HOARE, 200 GREY STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE Returned Soldier , late 2nd Light Horse. ?PHONE OR WRITE ME. NEED Bm-{,la?5e5 M SmotiG ...

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

POLITICAL 'QUERIES. .? By 'NEMO.' Ryott ? Maughan told his friends here that' ' hisjiarty, whenretnrned to power, intended to Increase the old-age pensions to £1 per week, anfr'get the cash to do it -with from the 'Pat ? - Man.' .T,- ; - How fat will hyphen Ryott get if he fails to retftln his £600 a year? Is any man at large likely to give him or. th^ general run of his mates £12 a week for any Job he takes on? ? Our great drapery firms appeal for support'* for'Australian industries, yet ask extortionate . ' prices for all such goods — vide straw hats! . Are these humbugs— many of them pure Lab out^-not profiteers of the first water? What price fruit when poor Pinlayson opens . up' biz again? ' . Will 'Bill' Higgs* trouBers -. come down in price when he re-opens his shop?

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

M08T UNU8UAL. ; Mrs. A.: 'The new cook behaves very strangely. I'm rather suspicious of her.' Mrs. Bl: 'What does she do?' Mrs. A.: 'She acts as If she thought the whole house belongs* to me.' ~~ —'Boston Transcript.

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

WAR SERVICE NOW IN BUSINESS AGAIN! If you want to buy a Home or a Farm see a returned soldier first. The main thing to be considered is straight forward honest dealings * so let me be your medium, and prove myself. Phone 6579 CHAS. V. L. MITCHELL HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE BUSINESS BROKER Huxham's Buildings, 153 Queen Street. The gieensSanti National 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 ? .. .. 800,000 0 0 CAPITAL PAID VP ? . .' . . 691,850 10 0 RESERVE FUND .. .. .. '.. .. .. .. 272,00# 0 .0 INTERMINABLE INSCRIBED DEPOSIT STOCK .. .. 3,091,669 4 5 All new Business sine* 1893 specially protected. ' Directors: Geo. Edw. Bunning, Esq. (Chairman); Hon. G. W. Gray,. M.L.C.; James Love; Esq.; W. H. Hart, Esq.; Joseph Hughes, Esq., I.S.O. General Manager: W. V. RALSTON. London Office: 8 PRINCES STREET, E.C. v Branches In Queenslan...

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 3 YEARS - Our Factory has been in full swing, In the Manufacture of HIGH-CLASS FILING CABINETS, CARD CABINET8, and GENERAL OFFICE FURNITURE. ?Faithfully built of best selected Queensland Oak, Maple, or Pine. PRICES ARE LOW, AND QUALITY OF THE HIGHEST. We are Systems Experts from A to Z. 3ole Address: Raneo Company 307 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. (Opposite Q.N. Bank) Telephone Central 1076. P.O. Box 776. DIGGERS! PATRONISE D. BLUMBERQ he is a Est 1890 Fh0Pe 33#9 Watchmaker and Jeweller Big Concession to all Soldiers on purchasing. Wristlet Watches, Bangles, Diamond Engage- ' ment Rings a Speciality. Watches and all other repairs guaranteed. Note the Address: — STANLEY STREET, 80UTH BRISBANE. {Opposite Railway Sheds) - Scientific Instruments Thermometers made and re paired .-for all purposes -where the. -.con-, trol of tem perature is es sential. Barometers, - to foretell the weather changes. Vacuum and Pressure Qauges made and re^* paired. Improved Confectionery Thermometer. FOR EVER...

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

3 To Returned Soldiers contemplating opening up £ s in Business for themselves | 3 DON'T OPEN YOUR DOORS WITHOUT HAVINC FIRST TAKEN 2 o« S the NECESSARY STEPS TO SYSTEMATISE YOUR STORE. 0» 3 Jl'a a N®w Credit File that Safeguards your |j 3 Si,T ^SIMPLe'' SPEEDY^ CONVENIENT, jj ?' See '*'s ncw F'e' or find °'1 ,low ' w'' stop «® ?p your loses, please your customers, anil relieve IS I The National Cash RegisterCo. 1: 3 343 queEN STREET, BRISBANE. jj '8rswr»^rrrrrr^ %-$%'* s s -rrrswrr-yrr«-8'»wrrr» | Baby Frank Tolra, 28£lbs. at 6 Mihs. § 'Ql ! Very few children indeed weigh more than 18 H J* i ?/-?-» pounds at 9 raoxitlis, yet little Frank Tolra whose H ! picture is here rep-cduced, '.urned the scale at 28J IB raV*Sfii#rV 1 lbs. when only 8 mouths. One can only attribute H jg&ffjL j ins remarkable health and strength to the Cict H ^^OllKAJiROWROOIBISCUnS /v which have become a household word In al ♦^c%£ ' ♦ «Tk most every healthy AtistraUan family of to ^#-VV? * -r5S' A*5%*- ...

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 Don't you think you B 8 Owe it to them? 1 B The Government of the H , B Commonwealth urges you H' ? I to 'do your bit' for the 0 j members of the Force3 « , j who have helped to win a fa ' Whatever claims made H i upon your generosity in g ] the past — this is . your S I plain duty— Buy B WAR SAVINGS 8 CERTIFICATES | Buy all you can afford — B i it is a business propo- B sition, anyway. 8 In 5 years 15 6 makes £1 B £77/10/. makes £100 B £775 .. £1000 Eg Or in 10 .years 12/- makes £1 . n ? £60 makes £1C0 - n £600 £1000 g ? Cashable at any time plus ac- ra H erued interest after one year. rf 9 For the Repatriation of our |f . B Soldiers and Sailors. R | WILL YOU HELP? I HOW TO MAKE Beautiful Corned Meat . without brine or hand rubbing, and. with a ' email quantity of Salt. - For full particulars ana price — Charles E Jerrys 126 ADELAIDE 8TREET, BRISBANE. J. A. ROWELL HIGH-GRADE TAILOR. ' First-Class Diploma (with honours), British In : stttute of Tailoring, London. ? 156-158 ADELAID...

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

Gato. Corr. Iron : AM Lengths. ??? 'SPOUTING,. RIDGE CAPPING, DOWN. PIPES, ' VALLEY, .TANKS and STOVE RECESSES. '? Lowest .Market. Prices. - BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY A SPECIALTY. . -v _ ? v- Correspondence Invited. Watson Bros. Ltd. PLUMBERS and BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS . Show: Room: - - - -if43-5- QUEEN STREET (near Albert Street). : ' v Office and 'Warehouse: ? - 127-133 MARGARET TSTREET, BRISBANE. 'Phone b830 (two lines) Albert Tea Rooms . (Two- dooro from Adelaide Street) In ALBERT STREET, Near Tlvo'i Theatre. MORNING, AFTERNOON, and NIGHTLY DAINTY LUNCHEONS & REFRESHMENTS Open-, from 9 a.m. *.«ll 11 p.m. Dally.-. . G VENERY and P LANDOS, Proprietors , ; Benjamin F. Cribb REAL ESTATE AGENT. .v.. . 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,- Arbltrattr,' Accountant,- Trustee and ? ' Attorney. LONGREACH BUILDINGS, f ; . . QU...

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

« B m 0 _ CAN BE ARRANGED IN MONTHLY PAYMENTS AT Yniir I TP IKIimnrP Tlie state insurance Office I V*UI III ? , llll *911 ILIIRI if i PARBURY HOUSE, EAGLE STREET. I vMI LIS BIIWJMI MIBvv J0HN 000DWyNi insurance Commissioner

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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