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

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

SEND YOUR Motor Covers & Tubes For Repair TO Harvey Frost Vulcanizing Co. Ltd., EXPERT MOTOR TYRE REPAIRERS. I Sole Agents : 'Firestone' MOTOR TYRES, TUBES and ACCESSORIES. * Adelaide Street, BRISBANE. We have the most up-to-date Vulcanizing Plant in Australia to-day. YOUR INSPECTION IS INVITED. NOTICE. Returned soldiers and the general public are warned that certain persons are obtaining money on the pretence that our member ship cards are sufficient receipt. The only receipt from the R, 8. and P. N. League is that issued either from this office, or on tho written authority of the General Organising Secretary. G. S. Babtlett, Stcriiary.

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RETURNED SOLDIERS' BADGE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 13 October 1916

RETURNED SOLDIERS' BADGE. We notice that the majority of returned soldiers are now wearing the new official Government badge, issued by the Defence Department. This badge can be obtained from the S.O.R.S., Victoria Barracks, on pre sentation of discharge certificate. Why did Mr. Theodore lose his head t'other day when Mr. Barnes men tioned Bulgaria ? The word seems to be to Mr. Theodore as a red rag to a bull. t

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"DAILY STANDARD'S" TACTICS. A CAMPAIGN OF GROSS MISREPRESENTATION. TRUTH WILL OUT. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 13 October 1916

' DAILY STANDARD'S ' TACTICS. A CAMPAIGN OF GROSS MISREPRESENTATION. TRUTH W I LL : OUT. ' ** Qrgatiised rush by soldiers,' runs t1h£ heading; in the ' Daily Standard ' aiticliei describing the disturbance which took place at the Domain on Sunday last. Further On, the same publication ihsikes the following statement : — 'If th^ military authorities hav_ no control oyjer these, uniformed disturbers of the peabe. who lately seem determined tp hold possession of the city, who is to ' control them ? Their lawless de predations upon peaceful citizens savour strongly of organisation, and they are rapidly bringing into disrepute the names of their more orderly comirades ; and the great majority of the A.I.F. men are unquestionably men of a decent type. Our civil police are competent to deal with the civilian population under any conditions, but these constantly recurring onslaughts made by mobs of irresponsible fellows who, wolf-like, hunt in packs, have imposed a handicap upon the police ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ANARCHY AND REVOLUTION. REPUBLIC IF NECESSARY. THE ANTI-HUN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 13 October 1916

ANARCHY AND REVOLUTION. REPUBLIC IF NECESSARY. THE ANTI-HUN SOCIETY. The pamphlets reproduced below are characteristics specimens of the kind of revolutionary anti-conscription literature issued by those who claim to be as loyal as the men who fought at Anzac Cove. These pamphlets were handed to a member of our League, and he, appreciating their value to the. conscription cause, asked that they should be republished in the ' Leader.' DEFIANCE. THE ONLY WAY TO DEAL WITH HUGHES. Hughes has threatened to call up single men as Conscripts before the vote is taken. The Only Way to Defeat this Proposal is to refuse to Attest. Simply Ignore the Order of Hughes the Hun. Be sure of this : Hundreds of your Cobbers are going to refuse. Your only hope is to defy the military order, Once you are in the Camp your Slavery is Hopeless. Don't be bluffed by the cry, ' Wait until the vote is taken.' Such a cry is pure humbug, and the politicians know it. Get this fact into your minds : Once you don the...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OUR AIMS AND OBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 13 October 1916

OUR AIMS AND OBJECTS. The aims and objects of the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League have so frequently been expounded by those entrusted with the work of organisation, that it would seem almost unnecessary to re-iterate them. That it is necessary, however, this Journal has discovered during the past few days. Attacks have been made upon the League, and charges levelled against it by people, who cannot really have digested its principles, otherwise they ,- would never have made them. Some people, especially of the anticonscrip tion persuasion, are labouring under the delusion that the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League, because it is strenuously advocating the com pulsory principle, both on the platform, and through the columns of this Journal, is tagged on to the end of the old Tory, .or so-called Liberal Party, and that the motives which inspired its existence were the destruction of unionism, and the further exploitation of Labor by the representatives o...

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

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

John Hodge, CLtto ttW.B. BHlUtfd ft Boas, CUasffMv) Stfffteal Iritruncvt and Truti Maker— fTo tha General and Ohildren'u Hospital. George Street, BRISBANE. (Opposite Supreme FRASE8S LTD., OPTICIANS Invisible Bifocal and all other Compli cated Lenses made in our own Work shop. SIGHT TESTED. i JEWELLERS Diamond Engagement and Dress Rings — Finest range in the City. AU Prices. Discount for Cash. 142 QUEEN STREET. ! BRANCH OPTICAL PARLOURS: 229 Edward Street* Brisbane. I S - I ? What's this OUR REMEDIES ARE NOT PATENT MEDUIHES. But the result of over 50 years successful practice of one of the world's greatest specialists on — CATARRH, BRONCHITIS and ASTHMA and Diseases emanating therefrom. Tho remedies were left ub as an heirloom, thug this noble work goes on. PERMANENT RESULTS GUARANTEED. iNote. — The warm months are the opportune time. Send for Free Consultation Free Booklet. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. W. H. CURTIS, Manager, I Room 19 PRESTON HOUSE, Queen St., BRISBANE. Everything Best in Smok...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MORE PARTY PERSONALITY. Liberal This Time. "I'll Meet You Outside." [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 13 October 1916

MORE PARTY PERSONALITY. Liberal This Time. ' I'll Meet You Outside.' In the State House on Friday last : — The Minister for Lands admitted that he had smiled, as had been stated, but Mr. Macartney always came into the House with a vinegary smile on his face — not a friendly smile, not a genial or a broad smile, but that characteristic smirk that did not tend to good feeling in the Chamber. 'He attacks me,' he added, ' merely because I smiled ! ' (Laughter.) A Voice : A foxev one ! ' I'll Meet You Outside.' Mr. Macartney (hotly) : I mean What I say! I mean what I say! The Minister : I don't want to hear anything from you. Mr. Macartney (angrily) : I'll meet you outside, if you like. (Uproar.) The Minister : You can have all you want, outside ! Immediately Mr. Macartney accepted the offer, and rushing out of the Chamber, exclaimed excitedly, ' Come on ! ' He then disappeared behind the Speaker's gallery. A Ministerial Voice : Hire the stadium ! The Minister : The hoii. gentleman does ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IN GENTLEST GERMANY. It Pays Not To Strike. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 13 October 1916

IN GENTLEST GERMANY. It Pays Not To Strike. ' The German Government has seized the pay of the Brunswick munition workers, for the purpose of the War Loan. The workers rioted, but the cavalry were called in, and drove the men back to work.' — News item. In this free, democratic Australia, the workers are encouraged by agitators to strike on the least provocation, whether they are justified or not. It does not t-av to either strike or riot in the land of the unspeakable Hun. Men who were justified in striking, as were the munition workers of Bruns wick, are treated as though they were mere clods of earth. We wonder what the anti-conscriptionists of this fair land would do if the Government took such a drastic step as the confiscation of the workers' pay, in order to swell the war loan. The grim spectre of civil war would loom large on the political horizon. Even the conscription issue would fade into insignificance. Yet such a contingency would not be at all remote if the Allied went ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

NEWS IN BRIEFS The Kaiser is said to be seriously alarmed at the threat of the Allies that he will, like Napoleon, be deported to St. Helena, if Germany is beaten. William the Hun must surely be possessed of a fine vein of humour. He told his troops in the East that every man jack of them was equal to six enemies. If that is so, what on earth prevents him finishing the war to-morrow or the next day ? The poll of soldiers in France, Egypt, and Salisbury, commenced on Monday last, and will continue until the 28th inst. No speeches have , been allowed, but each man has received a manifesto, and a list of exemptions has been allowed, General Castlenau, addressing a party of war correspondents, said : ' We have the Germans by the ears, and we shall shake them till their brains are addled.' £ It is 9tated by an American war correspondent that the Germans are sending criminals to the front chained to machine guns, and that they are giving them a chance to fight for their lives at the most ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INTERNMENT OF ENEMY ALIENS. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

INTERNMENT OF ENEMY ALIENS. The general public is reminded that there is a petition in the office of the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' Na tional League, awaiting signature. Although there are some thousands of signatures appearing on it, we want thousands more. We are not playing with this question, in fact it is on« that no loval Britisher can afford to treat lightly. The Germans in our - midst to-day, both naturalised and' unnaturalised, are trying, by hook or by crook, to defeat this referendum proposal, and it is only by getting them all where they can do no harm that their evil influence will be eliminated from Australian politics. The petition in question is for the internment of all enemy aliens, and should commend': itself to all good Australians. Tht address of the League is Darragh'sv Buildings, [ 231, Queen Street.

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MORE PARTY POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

MORE PARTY POLITICS. Mr. Morgan (to Mr. Land) :^Yoe'r# living on Chinamen's rentals I The Speaker : Order I Mr. Morgan : You are, and I can prove it ! The Speaker : Order I Order ! In the House last week. No comment is necessary.

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FIGHTING HARD. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

FIGHTING HARD. Fighting hard for sunny Queensland, fighting for Bananaland, Fighting hard for West Australia? and the mulga and the sand, Fighting hard for Plain and Wool Track, and the haze of western heat, Fighting hard for South Australia, and the bronze of Farrar's wheat. Fighting hard. Fighting for the pride of old folk, and the pecnle that you know, And the girl' you left behind you — (ah, the time is passing slow) » For the proud tears of a sister Come you back or never come, And the weary Elder Brother looking after things at home, a Fighting hard ! you Lucky Devils,. Fighting Hard. — Henry Lawson.

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VICTORY OR DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

VICTORY OR DEFEAT. Nine out of ten of those blithering anti-conscriptionists occupy their time in either dotting aged conscriptionists on the jaw, or telling Hughes and his supporters that they are Huns, or something, and as such constitute a decided danger to the unionists of Australia. Of late they have come to the conclusion that if they don't want the men in khaki to break up their meetings, they must form some sort of an army of their own. Upto date, the rabble comprising said army has not done much for them, save incite the soldiers to wreck the front of the most prominient anticonscrip tionist newspaper office. The most rabid of those who claim to be the leaders of the ' anti ' movement, including the loud-voiced Joseph Silver Collings, argue that the principle of compulsory service is undemocratic. In fact, they allege all sorts of things which are as relevant to the present conscription issue as j the Monroe Doctrine is to the Irish i question. The alleged fact that compul ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

Put that in your pipe I AND SMOKE IT.' PPJ/J AUSTRALIAN I TOBACCO. 1 H

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
VICTORY OR HELL. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

VICTORY OR HELL, The Prime Minister, in May last, speaking after Mr. Lloyd George, emphasised that, — ' Victory is de pendent on organisation, We must make a final blow, and the greater it is the more quickly the tide will turn. If we fail now to make the maximum effort, then, as surely as the Saviour lives, we will go down to hell.' Now that clamorous, yelping, selfish section who don't want to fight, and don't want to lose their jobs, talks about sending Mr. Hughes to hell. (Fred. R. Brown, Zillman Rd., Hendra.) ▼ff Britain would rather have fifty thousand Australians to hold a stretch of western front than four iimes that number of men of lesser quality. ' He disassociated himself from those who said they would rather be con quered than conscripted.' Mr. Ryan, last Thursday night. i ' ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

*3Llxe fUttumal fPeakr. PefBUSHBua Weekly. ONE PENNY. BRISBANE. FRIDAY. OCT, 20, 1916 | ? ? i ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? I ALWAYS BUY AUSTRALIAN MANDFACTCRES I WE believe in Australia making the Goods she uses, and to that end we operate a large Furniture Factory, where we make most of the Furniture we sell. Those who know our Furniture will not question the Statement that there is no finer Furniture made. JOHN HICKS & CO, LIMITED, GEORGE k ANN STREETS, BRISBANE. Attwaters LYCEUM BUILDINGS, GEORGE STREET, BRISBANE Specialist in Hen's Wear. NOW SHOWING — PYJAMA SUITS In Flannelette, Neat designs Post Frw Small men's, Men's and Out A /1 1 SiieB. ?'/ IB Extra Strong, Twill Flannel- Post Frw ette Pyjama Suits fi/ft S. Men's, Men's, and 0.8. 'I ® Cashmerette Pyjama Suits, Pest Frw Fancy Stripe *7 /O S. Men's, Men's, and O.S. ? / ® Derricrepes Pyjama Suits Post Fret Fancy Stripes 0 /fr S. Men's, Men's, and O.S. ®/ ® Tobralto Cloth, Highly Post Frw Mercerised Pyjama Suits, '*1(1 /A S. M...

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BLOND BEASTS' TORTURE. WOUNDED BRITISH OFFICER TIED TO A PARAPET. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

BLOND BEASTS' TORTURE. WOUNDED BRITISH OFFICER TIED TO A PARAPET. A British officer wounded ia the battle, was picked up and taken into a German trench. A colloquy ensued as to what should be done with him, the popular German idea being to despatch him forthwith. . Ultimately two real Hun officers won considerable approbation for a suggestion which was carried into effect. The helpless Englishman was hoisted on to the parapet of the trench and there tied, being ieeringlv informed. 'You will now see what your cursed bombardment is like.' The gallant Huns then descended into their deep dug-out, where I trust and believe they were bombed to extinction by our infantry, who stormed the place soon afterwards, and carried back the wounded officer, no further injured by the horrible ordeal. I thought of this as I noted the treatment shown to a captured Wur temburg Lieutenant recently, who was asked by one of our officers whether he. would like a wash, whether his servant was among the priso...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

THE BOOT FOB / Wl LOOKS GOOD ETC., SO THEY ARE. Made with extra strong Soles— Welted. COMB AND TRY A PAIRl T. & W. GRAY, 238-240 GEORGE STREET, BRISBANE. WANTED To inform Annie May Dixon and Amelia Martha Dixon, of Melbourne, that they are the next of kin of Private R. H. Shore, of 4/41 A.I.F. Melbourne papers please c opy.

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