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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

JOIN THE CLUB. THE ONLY CLUB. THE CARLTON CLUB HOTEL, Habby 3bs*n, 'PHOJra 770. Pbopbibvob. BB Price may limit M choice, but never varies the quality of I RYDER WORKMANSHIP 1 See Window Display AN Irresistible' Range of 'FRESCO1 Suitings. RYDER LTD., QUEEN ST., Brisbane. THE BOOT FOR / LOOKS GOOD ETC., |N... X|L SO THEY ARE. Made with extra strong Soles— €OME AND TRY A PAIR! T. & W. GRAY, 238-240 GEORGE STREET, BRISBANE. Queensland Trustees Limited. Directors : Hon. A. J. Carthb, m.l.c., (Chair man), Hon, F. T. Bbhntnaix, m.l.o., Hon. G. W. Gbat, W. W. Hood, Esq., Hon. E. D. Milks, m.l.c.. Sir Robbrt Philp, k.o.m.g. ?Authorised Capital £500,000 Capital Paid - £25,250 .Reserve Fund - £19,000 220,000 inverted in Government Debentures in the name «f the Colonial Treasurer, in -eemplianoe with Speoial Act of Parliament. This Company undertakes an Executors', Trustees', and Ageney Business. The Com pany's ehargee are less thai* the Court usually allows to private oxeoutora. P. A....

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE ENEMY IN OUR MIDST. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

THE E^IEMY IN OUR MIDST. Years before the war broke on a start led world, the German military authorities had realised the necessity, if ever they entered a big European conflict, of interning every enemy subject in, their country. In that respect, they were far ahead of the j other European powers, the majority of whom had no system of registration which would enable them to put their hands on every person of alien blood and sympathy at a given moment. Naturally, the Teutonic powers, with their wonderful military organisations, controlling the civil and political authorities, had little difficulty in obtaining .first hand information regarding the nationality of every man, woman, and child in the country. Another factor which assisted the German war lords in eliminating the . alien as a disturbing element, was tl*e comparatively small number of such people living in the country. Qn the other hand, both France and Russia were over-run with spies of German descent, posing as loyal Fr...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
REJECTS AND THE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

REJECTS AND THE LEAGUE. .We have received numerous inquiries ! from rejected men regarding their qualifications for membership of this League. Men who have been pat riotic enough to volunteer, but who have been rejected, are eligible for membership, as the mere fact that they offered their services proves con clusively that they are patriots, arid patriots are certainly eligible for mem bership. f Rejected volunteers wishing J for an}' further information on the ' subject, should call on the General Organising Secretary, Mr. Robert Wells, at the rooms of the League, 331 Queen Street, opposite New Zealand Insurance Chambers. Printed- and Published by the Outbiooi P hinting Company, Limited, Qubbn St., Bbisbanb, for the Rbtubned Soldiebs and Patbiots' National League, Dab bagh's Buildings, 331 Qubsn Stbebt, Bbisbanb. /

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

Attwater's LYCEUM BUILDINGS, GEORGE ST„ BRISBANE. SPECIALIST IN MEN'S WEAR. Now Showing Wonderful Value In Tennis, Tourist and Neglige Shirts. IMMENSE STOCK TO CHOOSE Am. FROM. Inn ?ACQ Black & White Cambric Shirt* a /?€ 4 Stiff or Soft Double Cuffs *?/ I 8 Fancy Striped Cambric Shirt» a /4 4 Stiff or Soft Double Cuffs w/ I I Neat Black Striped Tourist Shirts AU si8M Soft Double Cuffs, re-inforced i$-/6 neck which ensures double the JOBi wear . . . . . . . . **«? Fancy Striped Tourist Shirts, _ Cream Ground, Soft Double 4r/ ? ? Cuffs, re-inforced neck . . po^t prea Fancy Striped Tourist Shirts, f l/fl. Tussore Ground, SoftDouble ™/™ cuffs, . . . . ... ? us: A true to life likeness, together with dainty lighting and artistic posing in every photograph taken by MR. C. J. WILEY, at the Studio of. — THE GREAT J. 3. WILEY PHOTOGRAPHER, 246 QUEEN ST., BRISBANE. ;

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PATRIOTIC FUND BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

PATRIOTIC FUND BALANCE SHEET. The stateirient of receipts and expen diture in connection with the Queens- '.?£ land Patriotic Fund, since its inception to 10th July last, has been issued. ; The fund was inaugurated on the 10th ? August, 1914, and up to 10th July, 1916, the receipts amounted to £420,802 7s. 3d., of which amount the General Fund absorbed £165,591 3s. 3d. The expenditure totalled £317,024 10s. : 7d., leaving a credit balance to current ' - account of £103,777 16s. 8d. . -

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ENEMY'S DWINDLING RESERVES. GENERAL JOFFRE'S CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

ENEMY'S DWINDLING RESERVES. GENERAL JOFFRE'S CONFIDENCE. General Joffre received at General Headquarters several Paris corres pondents of American newspapers, on August 7th. The correspondent of the ' New York American ' gives the following report of General Joffre 's statements : — ' We have reached the turning point of the war. It is not for me to say when the German break will come, but come it will. 'We know positively that our enemies, although fighting as desper ately as ever, are drawing on their last reserves. Up to now, they have fol lowed the policy of 'transferring their' reserves from one place to another, but in face of the Allies' united effort, they now find it impossible— and will find it increasingly impossible in future — to pursue such njethods. All our sources of information confirm that. 'Do not imagine that there is yet a marked weakening of the German effort on the western front. Two thirds of their finest troops are still opposed to us. TheEoglisfc and Frenph...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

tlhe Rational fPeaier. Ppbmshbe Weekly. ONE PENNY. BRISBANE. FRIDAY, OCT, 6„ 1916. ALWAYS BUY ADSTMLIAN^MANOFACTDRE^ \A7B believe in Australia mating the Goods she uses, and to YY that end we operate a large Furniture Factory, where we make most of the Furniture we sell. Those who know own Furniture will not question the Statement that there is no finer Furniture made. JOHN HICKS & CO., LIMITED, GEORGE & ANN STREETS, BRISBANE.

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

John Hodge, flAte of W. B. HUlUrd & Bona, OlMgow) Gorglcal Instrument and Trusi Maker— To the General anA Children's Ho*j-iUL Phoxb 0o& Instruments manufactured for the relief and . cure of . Deformities. Artificial leg9, |HKS hands, arms, leg wSS^H ^ instruments, crutches, elastic ^ stockings and kneecaps. ' ' Lady in ^ attendance.' / ? ; : r Cutlery ; . ; grpund and . .'?- ? iset. . ' GwgtStrwt, ' BRISBANE- ; ? i J.' ' I , f { 1 j i J *v»k ' '**. * * ''S- y - ? . i

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
R.S. AND P.N. LEAGUE. SOLDIERS' RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

R.S. AND P.N. LEAGUE. SOLDIERS' RELIEF FUND. We have to acknowledge, with gratitude, the receipt of £4, being proceeds from a social and dance held inj| the Wilston School of Arts, on Saturday last, in aid of returned soldiers. The organiser, Mrs. F. V. Rilatt, worked hard to make the x function a success, and we tender her pur heartfelt thanks. The amount received will be placed to the credit of a separate fund, for assisting any cases of hardship arising among any returned soldiers who are members of the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League. Any further dona tions which readers of our paper wish to give to this fund will be thankfully received, and properly used. ROBERT WELLS, General Organising Secretary. ♦♦♦

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

' ? ? L ?- ? . . . ...... POZfERES — | .... FRANCa / ^ i i l , . ' ^ V''' : AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE {yMITeO) «e»ERAi MANAQEft : SIR WILLIAM BIRDWOOO 9«mBum Aqekts: Queensland recruiting commuted - tttiESttQM 8SOUSB. QUEEN STREET, BR8SBAMB. m & Ammn^9 # /zr wise JF yv#MaTOwsr /m SsW uses ilflHJNLOP ?ST TYRES OitrlWT Printers — Llthograpliers— Stationers Patriotic Flag Manufacturers QUEEN ST., BRISBANE ENGINES FOH ALL DUTIES A 'BENT ALL' Engine ' gSNl A will out a ton of chaff for ? H |ffl| ;? fid., and a ton of wood for H| n^H ths itms amount. m Rflfl ' LITTLE WONDER M - II | H t b.p. 225. For similar work and pumping. J||fjRrL ? Writ* for particulars of ® ffiSfefS&Jf surCompUt# Outfits. ? Clark & P&aset,^^^ 73-81 EAGLE STREET, BRI8BANE . * ? \i ? ' ;. - n' « .

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO SOLDIERS RETURNED AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

TO/ SOLDIERS RETURNED AND OTHERWISE. We want to hear from you, boys. Any item of news of interest to soldiers , . will be very thankfully received, aihd should be addressed to the Editor, ' National Leader,' Darragh's Build- ? ings, Queen Street. The Editor, ' National Leader.'; ? Dear Sir,— -I am glad to see a move ment on foot to raise the vox populi, in a plea to Government to intern i all enemy aliens at present in our mi-Jst. I should like to go one better, and; ask them when the war is over to return all Germans to Germany, unless they can give substantial proof of loyalty to the British Empire. , Rob no man, give them the value of their, property, reasonable moderate value * but sgsnd them away. Can the wolf and; the lamb lie down together ? Again^ if all these Germans remain here, surely there will in time be such an, increase that our country will be Germanised automatically, as America has been. Our boys are dying to keep Australia British. Surely we at home can raise our ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. RYAN'S PRIOR ENGAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

WV MR. RYAN'S PRIOR ENGAGEMENT. At the civic reception to the Prime Minister, on Wednesday, the Mayor announced that he had received an apology from the State Premier (Mr. T. J. Ryan), who had a pressing engagement elsewhere. Mr. Ryan's pressing engagement was at the Domain where he regaled the ' anti's ' with a logical (?) anti-conscription argument. (Fred. R. Brown, Zillman Rd., Hendra). AAA

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CALL FOR MEN. A POOR RESPONSE. BIG SHORTAGE IN ALL STATES. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

CALL FOR MEN. A POOR RESPONSE. BIG SHORTAGE IN ALL STATES. Senator PearCe, on Wednesday, made available the complete Commonwealth recruiting figures for the month of September. They show that enlist ments were no fewer than 23,428 short of the required 32,500. ! The details are :— State. Enlistments. Shortage. Victoria . . 2,334 7;466 Queensland . . 1,087 ' 3,193 N.S.W. . . 3,189 8,011 Sth. Australia 674 2,426 W. Australia . . 660 1;640 Tasmania . . 408 , 692 Totals . . 9,072 23,428

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STOP WORK DEMONSTRATION. PROVES WASH-OUT. CITY APPEARS QUITE NORMAL. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

STOP WORK DEMONSTRATION. PROVES WASH-OUT. GITY APPEARS QUITE 4 NORMAL. If the general public required any proof that the heart of unionism was not in the stop-work business, Wednes day's demonstration certainly supplied that proof. The city wore quite its normal aspect, trams were running as ' usual, their was no cutting down of , the railway time table, and almost every shop was open for business. The onlv outward sign that anything out of the ordinary was happening, was the closed doors of the hotel bars. They were closed by the police, owing to a fear that scenes of violence might take place. A ? daily contemporary states that most of the unions were represented. Maybe, but they must have been very poorly represented, as the procession comprised fewer than three thousand people. There may have been returned soldiers in the crowd, but this journal is certain they ^srere not representative of the returned men as a body. Mr. Hughes did not make an appearance as the procession marche...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
EYES OF THE GUNS. "O. PIPS" AND "F.O.O.'s." FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

EYES OF THE GUNS. '0. PIPS' AND ' F.O.O.'s.' FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH. m ? The guns themselves are blind. On the Western front— which is essentially our front- — the days of direct fire have passed. They went away after Mons and the Great Retreat, the Marne, the Aisne, and the degeneration of open fighting into siege warfare. It is true that on very rare occasions since — Ypres has seen most of the occasions — gunners have been presented the target tney delight m, something they can see. But British artillery, as a whole, has been firing by the many for many months, writes Three Stars in the ' Daily Mail.' How, then, are guns directed upon suitable objects which may present themselves when gunners cannot see them ? They are guided by observers stationed in favourable places from which the enemy territory can be .overlooked. The observers are linked with .the batteries by telephone. The observers are. the eyes of the guns. V There are several systems of obser vations in use at ^ the prese...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. HUGHES AND THE RETURNED SOLDIER. PRIME MINISTER'S SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

IMR. HUGHES AND THE RETURNED SOLDIER. PRIME MINISTER'S SYMPATHY. The Prime Minister, Wm. Morris Hiighes, showed on Monday night last that he possesses more of the milk of human kindness than his traducers. -His actions, when the callous railway authorities ignored the claims of the returned soldiers and made them play second fiddle to ordinary passengers, showed him in the light of a true, sincere patriot who, far from wishing to destroy his fellow men, is full of , the supreme desire to help them. The facts are simple, and are an indication of the feeling entertained by the railway 'authorities towards returned soldiers. The Sydney mail train, conveying the Prime Minister, Mr. Hughes, and his .party, a party of 52 returned soldiers, and ordinary interstate pas sengers, was two hours late at Too wobmba. ? The load was rather heavy, and two engines were requisitioned to cope with it. On arrival at Toowoomba the railway officials, instead of retaining the two engines, sought to cut do...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STRENGTH OF GREEK ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

ir ▼ STRENGTH OF GREEK ARMY. The peace strength of the Greek army in 1915 was 60,000 men, and the estimated war strength is 300,000. The cost to Greece of keeping this large force mobilised from last October until this August, is said to have been £30,000,000. It is armed with French artillery ? and Austrian rifles. The training follows the French rather than the German methods. AAA

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 6 October 1916

&llan§ Sfark Limited. Paper Panamas Absolutely snow white, soft and pliable, can be worn any shape. Oan be renovated and made equal to new several times. In Small and Medium Shapes. 12s. 6d. to 25a. J. A. Bo well, faS® Fiiit-clau Diploma (with honours) Britiih Inriltate of Tailoring, London. 166-168 ADELAIDE ST., Phona— Central 2480. BRISBANE. OPTICIANS, ft! QUEEN ST., BRI8BAHE (K.st «. G.P.O.) XMAS BOXES FOR m BOYS AT THE FROHT. THE Civil Service Store ADELAIDE ST., (only), Will save you trouble and worry by putting up and packing securely, according to regulations, any value parcel that is selected. The store is a general store, and on application, will send suitable lists for various parcels. Country orders a Speciality. Phones— 508, 1725, 3959. * I THE 'National Leader' DARRAGH'S BUILDINGS, (Opp. H.I. Insurance Co.) 331 QUEEN 8T. A Weekly Paper Devoted to the encourage ment of theNationai Spirit in Politics and every day liVe. Please mail a copy of the ' National Leader ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 13 October 1916

=sBnTL AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURES \A7~® believe in Australia making the Goods she uses, and tc- V that end we operate a large Furniture Factory, where we make most of the Furniture we sell. Thoae who know ®*n Furniture will not question the Statement that there is no finer Furniture made. JOHN HICKS. & CO., LIMITED, GEORGE & ANN STREETS, BRISBANE.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 13 October 1916

THE BOOT FOR / tlk LOOKS GOOD ETC., £V XK SO THEY ABE. Made with extra strong Soles — COME AND TRY A PAIR! T. & W. GRAY, 238-240 GEORGE STREET, BRISBANE.

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