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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

Set It at EXTON'S . These are the things we stock fer - , the builder. They are of the, finest qualities, and we can give/, you ? -. « ? PROMPT DELIVERY — that's a big point nowadays, isn't it? ' ' ' EMBOSTEEL METAL CEILINGS^,. LEADED LIGHTS, PAINTS, GLASS, GLASS BEVELLING and. SILVERING, GLASS EMBOSSING* And we have a forge staff of sign writers whose work is of the beat ' t -- ? ? - It S| EXTON & CO. Ltd.: QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANBj. , ^AndatTooweemba. — ? ? 1 ?? - / ? -W

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

STAHTHBRPE NATURE'S GREAT- SANATORIUM For Fruit, minerals M 'iM'tk The coming district of Queensland. SoLcliers ' and others supplied with every requisite for the Land and House hold. Moderate charges and a fair deal. : - *--? ? E. Gleesoiv Melbourne House GOODS DELIVERED BY MOTOR FREE.''

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEWS OF YOUR FRIENDS. A Weekly Budget to the Boys. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

NEWS OF YOUR FRIENDS. A Weekly Budget to the Boys. Dear Comrades, — The question, many of you who are awaiting repatriation are doubtless ask ing is 'What are they doing for us in Aussie?' For :it is not the majority among yau who will find billets waiting for them on their return. Of course the subject is the most important that can ?occupy the attention ©f a Government or Parliamentary representatives. In fact, I go further, and assert 'that it is only the only important question at present. It is the response of Australia to the devotion of her sons who defended lier. Every ship load of ^returned soldiers should increase the influence pressing, on the 1 Government , for wise and kindly ..ac tion on behatf of' those wh«- ha^^ffht : . for (us. And that would be th6 case, if the returned and returning soldiers ire cognised their strength politically through united action. * * ' * * Of course this view is opposed, and we are told that the only federation, logi cal in view of the fact...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

.«* g g gy | |« - f You'll he able to step into a better job If you take on one of our CouniM NOW. l/Arlll'IIAII VAIIIIAfr I You study in your spare time at home. Amongst the 250 Stott Courses are— |ll'|||| flPlI . lllllllrl \ ' Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Accountancy, Journalism, Commercial Art, ? I1\jW vVPM'^' Vf. -?? Show Card Writing, Engineering, Telegraphy, Wireless, Surveying, Architecture A« Write or call tor, free booklet, 'How t® Choose a Career,' and ask about tke ? ? r- — ....... .. .. v.. special discount we allow returned rten v. - - - ; ?' J ? v,.: .. . * ? ? - : ? ? ..?v ' v ? ' r . ? CTfflTC C«rr«p»nleice J ?MUll 0 C«llege_J«f CREEK STREET BRISBANE

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

DENTIST. CHEMIST. Alex.: M. Oordon \381-3 QUEEN-STRE-ET * (Near Preston House) Mouth and Gum Diseases- Specially '.?4 ' Treated! 'Phone 49 07 ledgers J Mm ..Auctioneers \ 'J .VfWjPfr Properties ^or Sale.-r ^ Horse, Sheep; and Cattle' Salesmen. X'j, ? 'Phone 272. ' - ' . - ' ^ ''f ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Curse of Party Politics. A CANADIAN OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

*'* K ~ S *? r ^} ;M8 'Gorse of Party Politics. V * -s A CANADIAN OPINION. - The great problem incidental to the -future welfare of returned men and the h;,;' J dependents of fallen, occupies no ? vc : Position in the political world than *«ay other question that is subject to legislation by elected- representatives -of 'the -people. If anything, it occupies a , 'lower plane than most questions. As a popular cry, which appeals to the people 'it is '^looked upon as a football to be i 'kicked all over the political field, and ^ Serves a' very .useful purpose for the party that is sufficiently adroit to place c it- fairly and equally in the net. * ' This is prostituting the greatest and most sacred charge which the war has 'placed upon the people of Canada.' To mix it up with politics 'of a purely party 'hatuire, is not only a disgrace to Canada, 'b\it an insult to our honoured dead, 'whose sacrifices are blazoned forth from political platforms by party hucksters with a view of capturi...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
R.S. AND C.P. FEDERATION AT STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

?R.SvrAMD ,C,P. FEDiEjRAT aON:'AT Stanley..' ' At 'a meeting' lielcl in the /Lyceum Hall . on iOih Janu$i;y, the re'sidenl-s' o^Esk' un animously resolved to form a local branch of ..the Returned soldiers1 , arid Citizens' Political Federation, this' is to 'be the parent branch -of the Stanley electorate. Mr. Lord, of Eskdale presided, and in the speech from the chair, briefly outlined the work done by the citizens of 'the district iii connection with -the war' and their attitude towards the returned men. He said that he believed he was voicing the opinion of the majority of the 'Stanley residents that the citizen and soldier must . unite and that public opinion and public support -was solid behind -the re . tuirned men. Ptc. Markowiez and Lieut. M'Marlin then addressed the meeting on behalf of the Queensland division of the Federation and introduced the political platform to the audience. The platform was en thusiastically received, and all present applied to be enrolled as members...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

KIT BAGS, Solid Leather throughout — 14in., 21/-; 16in., 22/0; ISin., 22/-; 2&in., SB/-;- 22in., 36/-; 24in., 31/-. Ca'd and inspect at L. UHL & SONS Ltd*, . Petrie Bisht. THE hen that lays is the hen that pays. The nearer yon get to the 'Egg-a-day' record the greater success you'll have with your poultry. Feed your fowls with Taylor's Laying Mash, Grosa Bone, Egg-a-day Tonic,, and Shell Grit for better results. Prepared by CHAS. TAY LOR & CO., Poultry. Feed Specialists, j ' Roma-street, Brisbane. FOR A RETURNED SOLDIER. A. returned . soldier seeks; the loan of a typewriter, any design or build, at a ' amall eharge; Reply to this Office.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

5j ^ RETURNED SOLDIERS SPECIAL ^ CONCESSION. 7' - Nine miles from Brisoane, on Railway, „;1 near- sohool, store and station, 8 Blocks, ^ 5. to 12 acres. . - PRICED £10 per acre. TERMS: £1 deposit, £1 :per month, 'No Interest. h ~ Government Poultry Expert has ia rtSvWiv- spected this land, and will give a report. Apply— \t , 'LEADER' OFFICE, ' 331 Queen Street. f ~ Electric Ointment }- Cures Old Sores, Skin Diseases. Freckles, Sum Tan ? 1/6 I chem,#t WILKINSON — ''5-' '*''? ? ? ' '? ' w .... - - ? . m -'????? . ??? - ? I J. A. ROWELL V HI&H-GRADE TAILOR, Pirst-cUas Diploma (with honours), 7' British Institute of Tailoring, London 196-158 ADELAIDE-8T., BRISBANE 'Phone — Central 2480. .1 r EL; TRUSSES -gj Far Enrr Ra»tv*. tors *i: Saoi fcrmmn* Frio* Li*.. Will n re »®u . v I DOMTi iiw tow »M, «ad brine yo« wmrort |^ | SURGICAL SUPPLIES LTD. i I Queen-st., Brisbane. I fc Lomos & . Coy. , , General Merchants, ' pALMERIN-8TREET, WARWICK.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

? ^ -~-—nrrmrriMriiwmTWM-rt—' ? ^ — I ? -mjTfFMwwrnrnrTTTiiT^^n — - — R-irmrrrTrMrir^Bwij— ??hihimi iimhihimhb ? ? ? ? ? ? in ? ^ ' j Foy Gibson Pty. Ltd. 'ZJZZ j Great Summer Fair ! ' - COMMENCINQ :TO-l¥IORROW - ' '! FRIDAY, Januarir 1 TtHs j ; . . with' Sensational Bargains In all Departments Incliidieg / - . j a big list of useful Groceries at almost Half Price. -'s' - ' ?? * ''?'.. ? V vy. :l Ladies and Gentlemen come to the ? Fair ?; Foy & Gibson Pty. Ltd. Jr!4ane:

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Peace Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

The Peace Coufere&ce. We can hardly realise how much the future of thei world depends upon the - Peace Conference, for to most of us the epoch-making deliberations at Paris merely represent the cleaning-up business after the war. The Peace Conference stands for far more than that, however, for it is the departure of the world upon a new path of progress and peace, through evolution. The immoral or non-moral principle of force has broken down. Might has been shown to be nothing; when not' allied with Right. The destinies of humanity are therefore seen to be in the balance. They are still in the balance; it is the .duty of all to realise that. For the war will not have been well won until that which must rule is recognised to be all all-important. The one crucial point is the keeping of the peace and everything, every de sire, every feeling must be subordinated to that one object. The delegates at the . Conference are only representatives of their several countries on behalf o...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Rats, also Mosquitoes. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

Rats, also Mosquitoes. The retort- courteous, 'Rats,' in the slang of the day does not mean much, ibut those whose recollection extends to a score of years ago will remember ' how largely the rodent question bulked in reeasures preventive' against the spread of . plague. ' . A great deal of information was then disseminated on the relation of rats to infection, . but- as -in the case of other valuable ^knowledge, the special.' need fiofc precautionary -measures -having passed, ..or what is not. quite the same thing, having an popular -opinion passed, interest in the _ question has died -o-ut. . There was a day when feverish exer tion was devoted to the eext'ermination of rats and the iro dents were reduced to the verge of.: extinction- — not quite, -however, as facts show.- Popular interest in re gard to infection-carriers afterwards shifted to- the mpsquito and medical lore cn the subject was sought on all sides. Then also came the -inevitable ebb ofin . -teres t. - - . ' One expec...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

♦- ❖ I E11 joy the Somfort ' . ^ | and Quality of ? -MsL I 'Phoenix' Pyjamas -£ To enjoy a good night's rest wear ?' Phoenix ' Pyjamas. J* They are correctly made and well made; double sewn \ W throughout, and end of all seams gnssetted. The materials mill ' Jj ; used are specially selected for good wear; quality and || 1 ^ workmanship guaranteed. Our values are the best obtain- I: j fj | able. Comparison 'will prove it. Will you Investigate ? ♦2* Men's Ceylonette Pyjama Suite, a niee weight pyjama' ' l|:M| ^ for BUmaaeir wear. AH sizes. OVBRBLLS' PRICE, 10/8. l|j g mf| J* Men's Sumia&r Ca*kme®*tte P yfamm Suits, all siaes. H1|; % OYSRBLLS' PRICE, W/0. l|B;||j j ©VERELLS Ltt. B ♦ The Yalley « « « BRISBANE % ?' ❖

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

— ? ? — ? ? 111 ' — W f Returned Soldier's and Others Should call or write E, H. HOPPER 8TANTH0RPE Specialist In Orchard Properties, for his list of unimjs^saved and improved . allotments for sale around the district. Agent for Buaacott Ltd. Orchard Sup plies, and Ferguson's Pedigree Fruit Trees. jeHU SISHDP & SONS Steam Dyere and Clothes Cleaner*. All work done by mpxhinery. Suits Cleaned'' and Pressed, 4/6. 6TANLEY-ST., SOUTH BRISBANE* ?SSwae 2122.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mr. Hughes on Germany [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

Mr. H&ighes on Germany We in Australia exercise our right in abusing Billy, Hughes when we will. A - prophet has no honor in his own coun try and the Prime Minister is surely an Australian now. All the same as we mark the sturdi ^ ; ness of the man, his unflinching deter ' mination to stick to his guns in the face ot all that he considers evil in public opinion or action, we must realise that after all it is a good thm& Billy Hughes | has com© into the limelight at Home, and stays .there. , ;rar one always5 kno^s the Course the i Prime Minister will take. He is' patriot all the time: And if he has no patience for the pacifist lot in the Motherland, 'well neither have loyal Australians. We I have lost too much, we have suffered too much in the passing of our brave and gallant men who have gone West through the war to have any time for the kissand make friends people either at Home or in the Commonwealth, knowing as all loyal ists do, that they are in a homeless min or...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

WANTED — Energetic Canvasser and Reporter for a country newspaper. Must be returned soldier. Apply im mediately tp the 'Leader's' Office. '^OOWOOMBA ? ? ' ? ? ' Job Stone. For JOB Prifi\tafl\g£ 5Any JOB of JOB- Printing we recommend Job Stone

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

Soldiers and Working Men— 3-COURSE MEAL, 9d. Grills a Speciality. The Best in the City-. Our Motto: Cleanliness, Civility, and Quick Attention. R, Green's Lusieheon Booms, 194. ASfoert Street. Between Qtw&n-st. and Empire Theatre. NEVER WILL BE BEATEN FOR QUALITY. Royal Hotel, Brisbane. JACK CAIN. T. J7 RICHARDS, (Lata of Adelald&vtreet) Umbrella Salesman, eater I BbpsIpsp, 188 ALBERT-STREET, BRISBANE (Between Queen-* t. and Empire Theatre) WALKING STICKS A SPECIALITY.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Political Barnacles. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

[Politlbal Barnacles, ? Mr. Theodore is Acting-Premier and therefore' speaks authoritatively for the Labour Party, now in office in the State, whene he states that the Government were riot going to be bluffed by the , I.W.W. element, ' who are endeavouring to fasten on 'the Labour movement like barnacles on .a ship.' Further, Mr. Theodore considered that the- best course to pursue with . the extremists was to 'throw -them out.' It is satisfactory that the ActingPre mier should have spoken -so clearly and unmistakably ? on an all important sub ject of vital moment at the present time, fa? he has definitely answered the ques tion which many an elector is asking — the question concerning . the relation of Australian Labour towards Revolution or .possible Revolution. . .. - There was ' only -one jarring and discor dant note in Mr. Theodore's utterances, -one sentence which raised a doubt in re gard to the reason foir the ActingPre mier's standpoint. That discordance wits found in Mr. Th...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

The HixcoSale j presents a wouderful opportunity ! for returned soldiers. Returned Soldier can make a ; special saving not extended ! to others, but NOW lie can j make an even greater saving still! — | Are you contemplating mar riage? Perhaps you think that it entails a considerable expense. You can make it expensive if you want to, but if you buy your needs at the HEXCO SALE yeu can make a big saving. Ordinarily the John Hicks & Coy, Ltd., ; GEORGE and ANN\STREETS, BRISBANE.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Returned Soldiers' Viewpoint. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 17 January 1919

Returned Soldiers' Viewpoint* The one thing that all in the sphere of politics should recognise is that the Returned Soldiers have a viewpoint of their own. . This fact — and it is a fact — is of course -an answer sufficient and full to all who bleat discontentedly that 'the returned soldiers are forming a new po litical party.' They .are not. They sim ply are looking at the old politics from a new view point — which is their view point — and tthe result is non-party poli tics. ' . -':N A. little thought will show that the at titude of the returned soldiers is inevit . able.' He is not the same as he was before he went 'on war service. He knew that when he enlisted he accepted pay very , much less than his. fellow citizens who remained in Australia, but that fact does not effect his belief that when he returns home he should have a fair* deal, in other words, justice. The returned soldier hears both politi cal parties assert their fervent intention of doing something that will evinc...

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