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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

J. A. Rowell, gbade » TAILOR DUplomft (with honours) BrIMih Iutltnte of Tailoring, Londoa. 150-158 ADELAIDE ST.. Plane— Central 2480. BRISBANE. JtllamSiark Limited. Paper Panamas Absolutely snow white, soft and pliable, can be worn any shape. Can be renovated and made equal to new several times. In Small and Medinm Shapes. 12s. 6d. to 25s.

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

A true to life likeness, together witts dainty lighting and artistlo posing in every photograph taken by MR. C. J. WILEY, at the Studio of. — THE GREAT V PHOTOGRAPHER, 246 QUEEN ST., BRISBANE. THR ' National Ltartar ' DARRAQH'8 BUILDINGS, (Opp. N.Z. Insurance Co.) 331 QUEEN 8T. A Weekly Paper Devoted to the encotirsfi' went of theNatlonal Spirit In Polities and every day 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 ? ? ? ? Printed and Published by ika Outbids^ Printing Company, Likivbd, Qubbn Sf.» . Bbisbanb, for th© Rbtubbbd Soidibm and Patbiots' National Lbasujb, Dab bagh's Burr.DiifGS, 331 Qubbn Stbbb*. Brhbavb. istts Drink Teachers Whisky

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

DON'T READ THIS! Bntl ifjyou are wanting a GOOD SHOKB. GIVE E. eooper,»,tss«'* A TRIAL. AH Kinds High Grade Tobaeooa, Cigan, and Cigarettes and Fancy Goods kept Is Stock. First Class Hair Dressing Saloon, with the latest Electrical Appliances. eivllSy and Cleanliness a Speciality. America a Pip© Mixture, absolutely the Beat Smoke in Town, fid. per oz., 1/9 per £lb., 7/- per lb. Seort Fluid, guaranteed eure for all Soalp aad bead diseases. All Kinds Beat Fishing Taekla kepft in stoek. Sole Agent for the Famous Perfesu Cigars, 3d. tach. Beware of Imitations. -if# 'B |fj| Flat' ^ Jg^l Kills all :ilgp. Vermin and Para Fleas on Dogs. STORES.

Publication Title: National Leader
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O'HAGAN'S ATTACK ON THE "NATIONAL LEADER." [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

O'HAGAN'S ATTACK ON THE ' NATIONAL LEADER.' To the Editor, Sir, — Thomas O'Hagan, in a letter in the columns of the ' Daily Standard/' makes an uncalled-for and unwarranted attack upon the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League, and in doing so, he tries to make capital out of the fact that he has been a soldier, and to lead the public into the belief that all returned soldiers think practically the same as Mr. Thos. O'Hagan. I do not wish to descend to vituperative abuse, nor shall I lower myself to the gutter tactics employed by others. It can be quite easily seen by those who have eyes to see, that those who are supporting him are also exploiting him, as they have so very very few returned soldiers to speak from their platforms, that . even a man like Mr. O'Hagan is extremely valuable to them, and they are playing him for all he is worth, which, in the opinion of all returned soldiers, is very very little. We notice the trickery of this individual when he tries to make t...

Publication Title: National Leader
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RETURNED SOLDIERS AND PATRIOTS. NATIONAL LEAGUE First Executive Council, Brisbane, 1916. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

RETURNED SOLDIERS AND PATRIOTS. NATIONAL LEAGUE First Executive Council, Brisbane, 1916, FRONT ROW— Sergt.T.J. Hicks, Robt. Wells (Gen. Organising Secy.), W. Williams (Presdt.), G. S. Bartlett (Sec.), S. Maj. A.H.Hansen. MIDDLE ROW— Gordon Mitchell, H. Foil (Treas.), W. S. Jacob, F. R. Brown (Ed. N.L.), P. Herga. BACK ROW — G. Lawson, D. Wadsworth, P. Douglas, G. H. Busby. INSET— Philip Frankel, Sergt, W. J. Baker, Capt. S. B. Boland. D.S.O.

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VICTORY MUST BE DECISIVE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

i VICTORY MUST BE DECISIVE. The enemy is still deeply entrenched far outside his own boundaries ; he must be driven back to the Rhine, and, if the military victory which we are out to win is to be grasped, the Rhine must be crossed. Nothing short of a decisive military victory will secure the permanent peace of Europe, If the Central Powers were to surrender j under the strain of the sea blockade, they would say, ' We were not beaten by military power, but by the starving of our children.' And so, excusing itself, Prussianism would keep up its head and look about for means of revenge. The armed peace would be no peace. But a military victory will exorcise the spirit of Prussianism; it will also force to the surface all the elements of discontent which the blockade has created, and the result will be a complete achievement.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONSCRIPTION PARS. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

CONSCRIPTION PARS. ' It is the duty of the people to look calmly and coolly at the situation,' says Mr. Ryan. If stoning ex-Cabinet Ministers, forming volunteer armies, to fight those who dare disturb their sacred presence, and issuing disloyal pamphlets breathing anarghy in every line, is looking at the situation coolly, then the anti-conscriptionists are taking Mr. Ryan's advice. ; It would be interesting to know how many men of German birth are in the forefront of this hysterical movement 'against the only method of giving our boys the necessary reinforcements. ? M ? The men of Anzac have made a name which will never die, and the people of Australia have been reflected in the glory of that name. Now, a handful pf selfish shirkers, influenced by a viperish brood of anarchists, is trying to trail Australia's name in the mud. P ? Eligibles, which do you belong to, the A.I.F. or the F.I.A. ? In case you don't know what the letters mean. A.I.F. means Australian Imperial Force, ! and F...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. ADAMSON. Letter to His Electors. "Sectarianism, Fihellism, Germanism, and Hooliganism." [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

MR. ADAMSON. Letter to His Electors. 'Sectarianism, Fihellism, Germanism, and Hooliganism.' Mr. John Adamson, in a letter to the ' Bulletin,' in regard to his recent meeting in Rockhampton, writes : — ' The causes which led to the rowdyism at that meeting were sectarianism, Fihellism, Germanism, and hooliganism. Well, as soon as this conscription cam paign is over, and I have had a slight rest, I will meet the electors of Rock hampton in public meeting assembled, and give an account of my stewardship, and if they are not satisfied with what I have done during the time I have represented Rockhampton, then after the next elections they can get whom they think fit to represent them. I never sought the Rockhampton seat j but I have held it for Labor for six years, and after three strenuous fights. When I go out, I will go out with a sense of duty done to every section of my constituents, and to every part of the Central district. I will also go out knowing that I have placed the British...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RETURNED SOLDIERS AND PATRIOTS' NATIONAL LEAGUE. Soldiers' and Widows' Distress Fund, [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

RETURNED SOLDIERS AND PATRIOTS' NATIONAL LEAGUE. Soldiers' and Widows' Distress Fund, The above fund is the first of its kind organised by any body of returned soldiers, and as it has for its objects the amelioration of any immediate distress among returned soldiers or soldiers' widows, it should commend itself to generous heart of the general public. Donations will be thankfully received by the Secretary of the above League at 331, Darragh's Buildings, Queen Street. lhe trustees of the .bund are W. ,3. Jacob, Esq., and Captain Boland, D.S.O. Bankers, Commonwealth Bank of Australia. - Amount previously acknow ledged . . . . £4 0 0 ' A Friend ' Commonwealth War Bond .. 10 0 0 Editor, ' National Leader ' 2 2 0 P.Douglas.. .. .. 0 10 6 Robert Wells .. .. 0 10 6 Poor Woman .. ... 0 10 Mrs. D. F. Fairweather ..050 Total .. . £17 9 0 ***

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RAILWAY OFFICIALS AND RETURNED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

RAILWAY OFFICIALS AND RETURNED SOLDIERS. In a recent issue, we published an article, in which it was stated that the : railway officials at Toowoomba treated a body of returned soldiers in rather ' cavalier fashion, in detaching their carriage from the mail train, and sending them to Brisbane by a local train. We are pleased to be able to inform our readers that such action was not taken by the railway authori ties with any idea of treating the boys badly. It is part of the official routine method of landing returned soldiers in the capital free from any lntenerence from the general public. If they had journeyed to Brisbane by the Sydney mail, they would have been mixed up with' the public, and it would have been a matter of extreme difficulty for the authorities to have got them away to the hospital in orderly fashion. The railway authorities, far from wish ing to place difficulties in the way of returned soldiers, have always done all they cain to render pleasant their ? journey f...

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

OutrldgeR Prlotsrs— Llthographeri— Statlooirs Patriotic Flag Manufacturers QUEEN ST., BRISBANE Wliinciip's He Yalley Furnishers, '''N Ours is a furnishing warehouse, wholly and solely. We specialise In Furniture, in Floor Coverings, Crockery, Tinware, and such like household needs. Naturally, we are better able to supply your - ; \ wants than those who do not specialise. UH\tttlF.S.CO.v fe. MMiUEN, BWSBMVE. ? What's this QBE REMEDIES ARE NOT PATENT MEDICINES. Bat the result of over 50 years successful practice el one of the world's greatest specialists on — CATARRH, BRONCHITIS and ; ASTHMA ' and Diseases emanating therefrom. Th« remedies were left us as an heirloom, thu« this noble work goes on. . permanent results guaranteed. Note. — The warm months are the opportune time. ; Send for Free Consultation F nr. Booklet. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. W. H. CURTIS, Manager, Room 19 PRESTON HOUSE, Queen St., BRISBANE.

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RETURNED SOLDIERS' ASSOCIATION. A Spirit of Reconcillation. No Antagonism on Part of Returned Soldiers' and Patriots' National League. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

RETURNED SOLDIERS' ASSOCIA TES. A Spirit of Reconciliation. lio Antagonism on Part of Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League. A special general meeting of the Returned Soldier and Sailors ' Imperial League of Australia, was held' in the Albert Hall, on Tuesday night. The President, Major Walsh, occupied the cliair. The business before the meeting was the- consideration of a notice of motion by Mr. P. Herga, as follows : — ' That a small5 committee be arranged, as a deputation, to confer between the Returned Soldiers' Association and the Returned' Soldiers and Patriots' Na tional League.' Mr. Herga said he moved in that direction because of certain troubled waters which seemed to flow between the two leajgues. There was some misunderstanding which should not exist, and he thought that the matter should be cleared up. He did not know what reason there was for the misunderstanding, but whatever it was, it should be cleared up by both parties. The motion was seconded by Mr. P. ...

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

M0T0BISTS3 will find in the latest Hupmobile an ideal car for all TTT7 _oj ? JBPf 'Sli ? ? (1 O conditions. Well 'designed, well built, FT n fl ffft l fTTTTl O^fl handsome in appearance — giving the J I J v ^ WW^mf jjjj| ' ' I ' l J l\N — y impression at once, of quality. The if 'HSSi|y combination of it being simple of control and economical to run is making , the 'Hup' a favourite car. - AH WodO« are equinMd wStft High Tension Magneto. andhavs Electric Self Starter andLig^ EVERS MOTOR OO. LTD., Adelaide St., Petrle's Bight, BRISBANE

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

FRASERS LTD., OPTICIANS Invisible Bifocal and all other Compli cated Lenses made in our own Work shop. SIGHT TESTED. JEWELLERS! B53 Diamond Engagement and Dress Rings— - Finest range in the City. .. All Prices. Discount for Cat-h.: 142 QUEEN STREET, t ? BRANCH OPTICAL PARLOURS: 229 Edward Street, Brisbane. John Hodge, of*.! HMafil 6 Sou, dtatgaw) tvrgfeal InifrHBMnt and Trim Msfttr— j» To the General and Chittzxx* Hospital. P ?oraMI. Instruments manufactured for the relief and cure of Deformities. Artificial legs, hands, arms, leg instruments, crutches, elastic attendance. fcsorgfi 8tre«*, BRISBANE. (Oppoitt* SaprttAQ ' ' 11 i

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THE ALIEN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

THE ALIEN QUESTION. It is worth noting that in Canada, the people are keenly alive to the injustice arising out of the apathy of the Government in dealing with interned enemy aliens. In Canada, as in this country, interned enemies are kept in camps at the expense of the community, and are not called upon to do any work to pay for their main tenance. It is net fair that the workers of either Australia or Canada, or any I other Dominion of the Empire, should | be taxed, in order to keep these people 1 I i» comfort, is I is# .

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CANADA'S FIRE LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

CANADA'S FIRE LOSSES. It is estimated that during the first five months of 1916, the fire losses in Canada have exceeded that of the first five months in 1915 by approximately three million dollars. At this rate of increase, .Canada's total fire losses will exceed that of 1915 by fully seven million dollars. Canada has need of all her financial resources. According to interesting figures, which recently appeared, in a bulletin issued by the Conservation Commission, it is shown that the additional fire losses of the current year would pay the interest charges on the recent war loan of one hundred milGon dollars, and would pay two million two hundred thousand dollars of the principal. This country's annual average fire losses of over twenty-three million dollars would pay five per cent, interest on approximately half a billon dollars. Those who have made a study of the causes of fire, declare in the most emphatic language, that two-thirds of the outbreaks, both in cities, villages and...

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UNIVERSAL FREEDOM LEAGUE. Eligibles Mass Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

WWW \ UNIVERSAL FREEDOM LEAGUE. Eligibles Mass Meeting. I In a prominent anti-conscription . paper a few days ago, appeared the following advt. : ' Universal Freedom League,' A Mass Meeting of Eligibles Will be held on Sunday, October 8th, in the Trades Hall, at 8 p.m. Roll up, Eligibles. By Helping, you are Helping yourselves. J. J. Burke, Secretary. Just so, by helping, they are helping themselves. They don't think for a moment of the tired, worn out men in the trenches of Flanders who want help a lot more than they. The keynote to their actions against the great conscription movement is self, and they and their leaders would not care a hang if all our fighting men were destroyed, as long as they themselves preserved ; their precious skins. ? , (Fred. R. Brown, Zillman Rd., Hendra.) ▲ ▲ A

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WHOM THE GERMANS FEAR. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

WHOM THE GERMANS FEAR. We already know how the Germans have feared the Highlanders. They have better reason for fearing them to-day than ever they had. There has been nothing finer done in this war, or, I believe, in any war, than the way in which Scotsmen, after four days of unimaginable strain, held and flung back the enormously pre ponderating numbers of the desperate last German counter-attack. It was what remained of the Highlanders, with a gallant handful of South Africans who, in a hastily made line, met, body to body, and beat back a force of either nine or ten battalions of fresh troops. It is in such things, when, after the German artillery had done its worst, their infantry must come in, that, not once, but a score of times here, we have proved ourselves the better men. It is a big thing to say, but there is nothing in all Scotland's fighting history of which Scotsmen have more right to be proud than they have of this incident of Longueval. AAA

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TWELVE MONTHS WITH ANZACS. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 20 October 1916

TWELVE MONTHS WITH THE ANZACS. The above is the title of a particu- larly interesting volume, published by Messrs. Watson and Ferguson. It is by Mr. E. F. Hanman ("Haystack"),     an Australian soldier, who took part in the Gallipoli campaign, and is well worth reading, as the author is well acquainted with his subject, and gives his readers a series of vivid word pictures of camp life, the vovage to Egypt, life at Heliopolis, and the   landing at Gallipoli. Although not the possessor of a finished style, Mr. Hanman has the knack of telling his story in a way that must grip the reader. As he states in the preface to the book, he has not set out to give a detailed history of the Gallipoli campaign. He describes the life from a private soldier's point of view, and as he saw it. Mr. Hanman has every reason to be proud of his work, which should command a large sale among soldiers and the general public. The book is on sale at this office, and at Wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

THE ' National Loader ' DARRAGH'8 BUILDINGS, (Opp. N.I. Insurance Co.) 331 QUEEN 8T. A Weekly Paper Devoted to the encourage ment of theRational Spirit In Polities and every day 111*. Pl&ase mail a copy of the ' National Leader ' for a period of twelve months , for which I enclose the sum of 5/®, or 8/ for six months . Name . . . . - ? ? ? Address . ? ? ? ? ? Printed and Published by the Otttmdob Printing Company, Limimd, Qvhx Ss.» Bbisbanh, for the Rbtvbkbd So&dibbs and Patriots' National Lbaoub, Bab baqh'i Buildings, SSI Qvinr 8mm*, ' Biubbawb.

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