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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

THE 'NATIONAL LEADER,' DARRAGH'S BUILDINGS (Opp. N.Z. Insurance Co.), 331 QUEEN-ST. A, Weekly Paper devoted to the encourage ment of the National Spirit in Politics and everyday life. Please mail a copy of the 'National Leader' for a period of twelve months, for which I enclose the sum of 5/6, or 3/- for six months. Name ? ? Address ? ? ? ? The National Leader. Published Weekly. ONE PENNY BRISBANE, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1917.

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Editor's Dugout. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

The Editor's Dugout. Prince George Lvoff of Russia has de cided to leave off. He has resigned the Premiership. We hope it is not a bad omen. * ♦ * ♦ At the declaration of the Brisbane poll Finlayson told the crowd that he intend ed to charge the Government with hav ing manipulated the distribution of the soldiers' votes, or something. He kept his word all right, but he did not get the answer he expected. Minister M'Glynn told him that one of his own crowd — W. O. M'Grath, iM.H.R., to wit — had certified that the soldiers' vote was taken in accordance with the Act. How 1 now, 'Mr. Clever Finlayson ? * * * Mr. Frank 'Cooper got home on Mr. Bebbington beautifully in the House the other day. Bebbington had been indulg ing in a running fire of interjections. Cooper stopped speaking, looked hard at the farmers' rep., and then remarked: 'If Mr. Bebbington studied farming as much as he should, representing as he does a farming constituency, he should know that the hen which cackles the most...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

THE YAROK. LIST OF BARGAINS. Worker's Dwelling, Wilston, five rooms, kitchen, bathroom, veranda all round, copper, nice garden, &c., brand new, £425. The Crown of Cintra Hill, threequar ters of an acre for £1500. Nine Allotments and House, adjoining Dunrobbin Estate, Albion, in lots to suit purchaser. Price on application. Two old Cottages and splendid Allot ment, rent £68 2s, five minutes from Queen-street, £450. New Bungalow, Breakfast Creek, over looking river, 56 perches, £1,150, or offer. A corner Allotment, adjoining Mayne Railway Station, £69. New Cottage and 20 perches, Vulture street East, £380, easy terms. | 36 perches and Cottage, in Grey-street, j South Brisbane, £500. Corner Commercial-road and Victoria- | street, Valley, quarter of an acre, with cottage, splendid factory site, £800. isles, Love Go,, AUCTIONEERS 'KEROL' THE MOST RELIABLE DISINFECTANT i Dalgety 8 Co., Ltd., Sole Agents for Queensland, BRISBANE. MULVIHILL § HANSEN, House, Land, and Estate Agents, ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PAY AND PENSIONS INQUIRIES. OFFICE OPENED BY STATE RECRUITING COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

PAY AND PENSIONS INQUIRIES. OFFICE OPENED BY STATE RECRUITING COMMITTEE. An inquiry branch has been opened by the State iRecruiting 'Committee for de pendents of soldiers, with reference to pay, pensions, or any other matter on which they require information. The committee has set aside an office at 6th floor, Preston House, Queen-street, and an officer will be in attendance daily from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. It is stated officially that the Germans' last two million men have been called up. 'Tis also officially stated that the Americans are preparing for another eighteen months of scrapping. Is the latter a political move to scare Fritz into throwing up . the sponge, or is the war to drag' on into 1919? 'Little boy, you shouldn't fight that way.' 'Hold off with your peace talk, lady. One more punch on the nose from me and I'll have this kid ready to lister, to you.'

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

RECIPE FOR COLD AND WHOOPING COUGH REMEDY. A spec i all mixture for Whooping Cough, Colds, Bronchitis, Croup, a^d Sore Throats may be made by anyone without any trouble or fussing. All you need to do is get a bottle ot HEENZO (registered name for Hean's Essence) from your chemist or store, and add to it warm water and sweetening matter (such as sugar, treacle, or honey) as per easy directions printed on the lalbel. This will produce a pint of splendid soothing, heal ing, phlegm-loosening mixture — as much as you can get of ordinary remedies for 12s. HEENZO costs only 2/- (by post,, 2/3). Moral: Make your own HEENZO Cough Mixture and save 10s.

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
For Australia! [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

For Australia! If organised and revolutionary unionism, led by the Trades Hall zealots, has its way. Australia will soon be a fine place to be out of. That organised unionism is becoming more and more arrogant is due primarily to the weakness of William Morris Hughes. The Prime Minister played the part of political panderer to the unions when lie shirked liis responsi bilities and left it to the people todecide whether conscription was or was not necessary. Then, when his career de pended on his giving a pledge to those who otherwise might not have voted in his favor, he did not hesitate to give that pledge, even though it bound Australia hand and foot to a worn-out, undemo cratic method of waging war. That pledge, which sounded so nice prior to May 5, lias had a boomerang effect; it has prevented the National Government getting on with its business — winning the war. Since the Win-the-war Government entered into office it lias done practically nothing to carry out the policy on whi...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RETURNED SOLDIERS & PATRIOTS' NATIONAL POLITICAL LEAGUE. A FIGHTING FUND WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

RETURNED SOLDIERS & PATRIOTS' NATIONAL POLITICAL LEAGUE. A FIGHTING FUND WANTED. Ever since the Returned Soldiers and Patriots'. National Political League was established the bugbear has been finance. We lacked finance to carry on the Fede ral election campaign, and had it not been for the foresight of the executive in establishing a weekly paper the League migiib iiul lmve ueen suuuesaiui ju gam ing even one National seat. The exist ence of the 'National Leader,' which has from the outset been a paying propo sition, has, however, enabled the League to carry on, though under difficulties. The near approach of a State election renders it vitally necessary that a fight ing fund should be raised of sufficient magnitude to enable the League to stand alone as a soldiers' party and fight against the elements of discord and dis ruption which are fast bringing Australia into disrepute as a nation of honorable men and women. It has been evident to the executive of the R.S. and P.N.P....

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

J— I It's easy to pay ? the WALTON way' Walton's make it possible to buy all* your Furniture right away and pay for it as time rolls on. In addition, Walton's allow a special concession to Returned Soldiers ? Come along to-day and let's talk Ifm h jMwm 1 over. Walton's Fur u niture is sound in | I 1 | construction, artis I lira tic in design* If jj II 151 you prefer to pay I I U vffl cash Walton's allow IS 111 per cent- ^is I 1 vi count- Send now nj5||jwj|| for Illustrated Cata ff|l WALTON Bros., 1 IS 8 Brunswick-street, | - f U Valley, BRISBANE B

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

SMELUE & COY. Mill' Ironmongery and. Machinery Merchants AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES -J}! BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY WOOD, COAL, & GAS-STOVES ? ? I!) HOLLOW'WARE' ENAMELLED STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS SAWMILL MACHINERY OIL & PETROL ENGINES A Machinery Agricultural Implements, & Ironyard — ALICE & EDWARD STS. Ironmongery for Builders and Household Use: , EDWARD STREET ; also QUEEN STREET (opp. G.P.O.) Northern Branch.es at TOWNSVILLE, CAIRNS, and AYR.

Publication Title: National Leader
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OH, THESE POLITICIANS! [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

OH, THESE POLITICIANS! I 'Mr. Collins, continuing, referred to the Russian upheaval, and then con demned the censorship. The young men who were lying on Gallipoli and under the soil of France had fought believing they were helping to destroy Prussian ism, little thinking that an attempt would I be made to Prussianise this country. He urged the young Australian natives not to kow-tow to Imperialistic Great Britain, but to be true to themselves. Australia was a Commonwealth, and let them try to make it a Commonwealth in reality.' The foregoing is portion of a speech made in the State House, and in the opinion of every returned soldier to whom it has been shown it is a deliberate insult to every man who donned khaki. Every Australian soldier who left on ac tive service went as a free-born Austra lian, and not as the mercenary of the Imperialistic and capitalistic section of Great Britain. They went to destroy Prussianism, and in destroying Prussian ism, to protect Australia from invasi...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Crumbs of Comment. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

Crumbs of Comment. No one seems to know much a&out the identity of these Kronstadters or these Maximilists save that they are all 'agin the Government.' Surely they must be led by wild Irishmen. * * * lis Why the Australian military authori ties allow such men as Ozanne and M'Grath, self-advertising politicians, to use the King's uniform this scribe could never understand. Snobbery is apparent ly as rife in the Defence Department now as ever it was in 'the old militia days. # * # * It must be nice to be a Labor member nowadays, when the Trades Hall Council can pass resolutions — and enforce them — forbidding Labor representatives in State and Federal Parliaments to take the public platform to encourage recruit ing. According to the anti-recruiting shirkers who are leading the Socialist movement, the man who loves his coun try and is inclined to do all he can to help keep the enemy from the gates is to sink all patriotic feeling in order to ensure the economic supremacy of a ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

after you have ♦ WORN A 'STETSON' | y|pli|i| You will agree with the International Judges ♦ w Jj who awarded STETSON Hats the Grand Prize at ▼ ^ 3 the San Francisco Exposition. T NEW AUTUMN STETSONS ♦ JM are here in a wide variety of Stiff and Soft Hats. % yML We deem it a privilege, as merchants, to exhibit + the product of the world-famous STETSON estab- ♦ \ °UR PR,CE' 25/- ♦ ^ JP^' Price Elsewhere, 27/6 ^ j | McDonnell# East Ltd. ^SSn?'4 | SMOKE WAVV RIftfK TfiRiffft — -I.. Piw lo, »A— HAT I DI/UVR 1 UDAtVU Best Value in the Commonwealth

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

Recruiting Ready- Reckoner For Married Men Prepared to Join the A.I.F. 'FOR HOME AND EMPIRE.' RATES Total Patriotic'7 TOTAL p°en d™'!? to, a_SO LBIBK lortnlsM* fortn.g,t.y kuSbandtotany husband (if required) incapacitated killed A WIFE aind no children .. .. £4/9/10 — £4/9/10 £4/10/- £2 A WIFE and 1 child . . .. .. .. £4/16/1 12/6 £5/7/7 £5/10/- £3 A WIFE and 2 children .... . . £5/0/4 17/6 £5/17/10 £6/6/- £4/6/- A WIFE and 3 children ? £6/10/10 17/6 £6/3/1 £6/15/- £4/15/- A WIFE and 4 children . . .. . . £6/6/7 17/6 £6/8/4 £7/5/- £6/16/- In addition to the above, there is 1/- per day deferred pay, amounting to £18 5s per year, which the soldier draws in a lump sum on his return. Then again, a man has to remember that he is fed and clothed while in the A.I.F., which is of course a big item to consider! Don't forget, too, that the rates quoted above are for the PRIVATE. Any promotion you get in rank means a considerable increase all round. Such a big proportion of the men enlisting i...

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LEAGUE'S MEMBERSHIP. ELIGIBLES NOT ALLOWED. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

LEAGUE'S MEMBERSHIP. ELIGIBLES NOT ALLOWED. At a meeting of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League of Austra lia on Wednesday night last the presi dent (Dr. E. N. Merrington) announced to the meeting tha;t he wished to remove an erroneous impression that had been created at the previous meeting of this league with reference to the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National Political League. The impression at the previous meeting was that the political league allowed men of military age eligible for service abroad to become members. He was pleased to say that after investigat ing this matter personally at the offices of the political league he was convinced that no fit men of military age were allowed to join the Returned Soldiers' Political League unless they could show a genuine medical certificate of unfitness. We trust that this will finally convince doubters that this league does NOT ad mit any and everyone to membership as patriots. We, the returned soldiers of the po...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LEAGUE'S NOMINATION FOR MAREE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

LEAGUE'S NOMINATION FOR MAREE. A well-attended meeting of the Kan garoo Point branch of the Returned Sol diers and Patriots' National Political League was held on Thursday night last. It was unanimously decided to nominate Mr. Pearce Douglas as the National can didate for the Maree seat at the next State elections. Mr. Douglas, who is one or tne most energetic members of the executive council of the League, was a member of the grand old 9th Battalion, and was at the Gallipoli landing on April 25, 1915. He is one of the foundation members of the R.S. and P.N.P. League, which is to be congratulated on its choice of a candidate for the electorate men tioned.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

1 Australian Soldiers' Repatriation Fund. NOW OPEN | No. 2— Golden Casket Art Union-No. 2 100,000 SUBSCRIBERS AT 5/-. First Prize, value - £5000 I Second Prize, value £1000 Third Prize, valise - £500 10 PRIZES AT £100. 10 PRIZES AT £50. 100 PRIZES AT £10. 100 PRIZES AT £5. 500 PRIZES AT £1. Tickets obtainable Golden Casket Art Union Office, Queen-street; I also at Thomas's Marble Bar, Queen-street. j HUGH BLACK, . Organiser, 333 Queen-street, Brisbane.! Aid. M. BALDWIN, Chairman. I rZ' IRONBARK ' j ^ mMXD I AUSTRALIAN FOOTWEAR * U BEST BOVINE CALF 1 g| As illustrated, patent cap B g and heel counter. Very j R H dressy ? ? 1 fl | BEST BOX CALF I S3 All solid leather. ®xtra,gO0O S ij Special Value ? J. 9 I ALLAN 8 STAM Ltd. j I BRISBANE fl

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"Perilously Near the Economic Danger Mark." LABOR'S EXCUSES. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 July 1917

" Perilously Near the Econ- omic Danger Mark." LABOR'S EXCUSES.   It is interesting to read in the corre- spondence which has been published the reply of Mr. Lewis M'Donald, secretary to the Labor Central Political Executive, to a letter from Captain Dash, organising secretary of the State Recruiting Com- mittee, and which sought information re- garding the causes of the slackness ex- perienced in the offering of men for war service. Mr. M'Donald gives an explana- tion of the facts as he asserts they are, and if he is right there is no more to be said. Mr. M'Donald objects to the term "'slackness,"' forgetting that it is useless to deny facts. He goes on to assert that the Commonwealth is "perilously near the economic danger mark." His ground for this assertion is as follows: — "Official figures for the whole of Australia prove that the response on the part of volun- teers had been more than could be rea- sonably expected." If the position taken up is logically sound, t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Women and Politics. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 August 1917

Women and Politics. It was Miss Rose Scott who was mainly instrumental in getting the suffrage for Australian women. And before I met her, several years ago, I drew such a picture of her in my mind! For in those days I imagined, as many women do, that a woman who 'battles' for other women's rights must necessarily be what we are pleased to call 'masculine.' A rather hard-faced and preferably short haired woman with a raucous voice and a stride — that was the picture in my imagination. Here is the reality — a rather short and very soft and sweet old lady, with soft, white hair and pink cheeks, and a charming, well-modulated voice. She wears pretty frocks, and has a partiality for ruffles and lace, and her shawl has a habit of slipping off, and is always being picked up by some of the numerous friends with whom she is sur rounded. At 'Linton,' her pretty cottage at Double Bay, in 'Sydney, all the most in teresting men and women gather, and any celebrity in the way of a politician, act...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 August 1917

smoke NAVY block tobacco Best Value in the Commonwealth

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 August 1917

S AFTER YOU HAVE I WORN A 'STETSON' J You will agree with the International Judges ♦ who awarded STETSON Hats the Grand Prize at ♦ the San Francisco Exposition. ^ NEW AUTUMN STETSONS ♦ are here in a wide variety of Stiff and Soft Hats. % We deem it a privilege, as merchants, to exhibit + the^ product of the world-famous STETSON estab- ♦ OUR PRICE, 25/. X Price Elsewhere, 27/6 £ ^ « m jn « « ^ The White Store,' ^ t McDonnell# East Ltd. ♦

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