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

GOOD NEWS FOR— CATARRH SUFFERERS CASE'S CATARRH REMEDY for the Relief of Catarrh, Colds in the head, Influenza, Hay Fever, Bronchitis, Bronchial Affections, Sneezing, and all Inflamatory affections of the Nose, Throat, Chest and Lungs, DIRECTIONS: Plaoe a few drops , of Cask's Catarrh Remedy on the palm of the hand, or on a handkerchief, and inhale freely; throughout the -day. Every night and every niorning' douohe eaoh nostril (with a nasal douohe or automiser) using 20 drops of Case's Catarbh Rembdy in half a cupful of warm water. Use a few drops of Case's Catarrh Remedy on pings of cotton wool and insert up each nostril at bedtime and allow it to remain for about 15 minutes, or longer, if not too painful. Spray, or gargle, the throat 2 or 3 times a day with 20 drops of Case's Catarrh Remedy in half a cupful of warm water. CASE'S CATARRH REMEDY TWO SHILLINGS. J. W. CASE, chemist, BRISBANE

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FOR IRISH SOLDIERS A Magnificent Appeal. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

FOR IRISH SOLDIERS ' A Magnificent Appeal. (To the Editor.) - Sir, — As a Roman Catholic of Irish descent, in absolute communion with my humble church,- I must enter a strong protest against its being 'said that Mr. Fihelly, or the Hibernian Society, officially represent either my religion or my nationality. The Hiber nian Society is merely a religious benefit society — and is by no means exclusively Irish, nor does it represent any united politicial belief. The laige majority . of the men of our Catholic congregations are not Hibernians— and, in any case, the most respected Hibernian in South Queensland is Mr. Edward Fitzgerald, of Felton, and he is one of the gamest fighters for conscription on the public platform. Hejs a most ardent Irish patriot — a worthy descendant of the ' Geraldincs ' of Desmond. His son' one of the fairest ycung Geraldines of them all, is in the trenches of Europe to-day, fighting for the high ideals of our Irish race. Should he be wounded or die, he will b...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

'PttT THAT IN YOUR PIPE ' AND SM0KE IT.' 1WA AUSTRALIAN mMv | TOBACCO. | H * '

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RETURNED SOLDIERS AND PATRIOTS' NATIONAL LEAGUE. Who is Eligible. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

RETURNED SOLDIERS AND PATRIOTS' NATIONAL LEAGUE. Who is Eligible. Many people are labouring under a grave misapprehension regarding the qualifications for membership of this League. The Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League is not con fined to returned soldiers. Soldiers who have been discharged from camp, rejected men, and patriots who believe in government of the Commonwealth by a national body, will be accepted as members of the League. The only persons who cannot enter are young men who are eligible for active service,, but who won't go to the recruiting office. — ; ? A dramatic proposal has just been presented to the British War Office Jby a number' of Sinn Feiners. It has transpired that a large number of Sinn Feiners were led into the recent revolt under false representations, and since their internment in England have signified their wish to make some atonement for the mistake. On this reaching the Pacifist section of the movement in Ireland, the idea has materiali...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CONSCRIPTION AND THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

CONSCRIPITON AND THE PEOPLE. Some Australian unionists are atraid that conscription will perpetuate mili tarism in the Commonwealth. They seem to imagine that conscription, if carried, will be^of the German brand. They lose sight of the fact, however, that German militarism ; is of the aggressive type, controlled by an obli garchy which regards the workers as mere cyphers in the scheme of Govern ment. From the national point of view, there is nothing to choose between defending our country by fighting in France, and defending it by fighting in Australia. The only differ ence is that in Europe, there is a madi dog disturbing the peace of the worldi while in Australia no enemy has yet shown up with a gun. The experience of the United States of America, at the conclusion of the civil war, iS; sufficient proof that no democracy isolated from the great military powers of the world, will tolerate conscription' as a permanent institution. The French military system was founded on fear of ....

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PUBLIC NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

'^liPUBLIC NOTICE. ^§The general public are informed that Mr. G. S. Bartlett is no longer Secretary of the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League, nor is he a member of the League. The new Secretary and Treasurer is Mr- H. Spencer Foil, private secretary to Mr. John Adamson, M.L.A., when the latter was Minister for Railways. Is it a fact that the President of the ! Reject Volunteers' Association is a German, and that he has a brother and an uncle fighting for Germany ?

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. POWLEY'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

MR. POWLEY'S POSITION. Numerous inquiries have been re ceived from members, of this League, regarding the position occupied by Mr. Powley, secretary of the Relief Committee of the Queensland Patriotic Fund. The ' National Leader ' would deem it a favour if Mr. Powley would reply to any criticism which may have b?en leyeJI^i at fcim through columns. If he has ao explanation to make, the natural assumption is that 1 he will snap his fingers at the returned soldiers, a number of whom possess qualifications equal to his. The average eturned soldier does not like to be gnored when he asks a fair and traight out question, and it is up to Mr. Powley to give us some information. Every week this paper will ask Mr. Powley for a statement of his position/ until the public demand an answer. ♦♦♦ A remarkable case, in which a private in the ranks of the Inniskilling Fusiliers, who had lost his speech, owing to shell shock in France, regained the ability to speak, is reported from Belfast. He was ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FROM THE TRENCHES. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

FROM THE TRENCHES. Mrs. R. H. Brown, of Zillman Rd., Hendra, has received the following letter from her youngest son, Les. — ' Somewhere in France.' Our correspondence has been re stricted to one page, so you will have to excuse brevity of letters in the future. I have just come, out of the trenches, where we had a very warm time for three days. We were subjected to extremely heavy shelling, and how any of us survived the ordeal beats me. Anyway the Gods were in my favour, and I came through with a whole skin, but sincerely hope that we never have to go through such another experience. Since coming out, we have been foot-slogging it from place to place, and are once more in camp, where we are likely to remain for a couple of weeks, ere we return for another period in the trenches.

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CONTRADICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

CONTRADICTORY. ! The following are a trifle contra dictory : — ' Stop the British at any cost.' — The Kaiser, ' We must bleed France to death.' — Bernstorf. Pastor Falk (personal friend of the Kaiser). — 'We do not dream of exterminating our enemies, and of destroying their States, We only want our freedom.'' ***

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

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Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AFTER THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

AFTER THE WAR. After the war ! When we have won round to peace again. When we have killed ' national hatred and suspicion, and are back at our old work again. We long for that time to come, because we wish we had finished the hardest task ever set the modern world. ? We think, also, of the new conditions that will, follow the return of peace ; and Derhaos. we trv to prepare ourselves to meet them and turn them to the best account possible for our country and the Empire. What will happen in the political arena at the conclusion of *the war ? Who Will rule in Australia, when the war-drums no longer throb, when party politicians have done their worst, and the people are beginning to see the light of the dawn of a new nationhood ? It is a remarkable' fact that, even now, when the number of returned soldie s is comparatively small, the influence of the men who fought to uphold the prestige of the Empire is beginning to make itself felt in political circles. The party politicians realise ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"THEY NEVER SMELT POWDER." Mr. Fihelly's Ignorance. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

' THEY NEVER SMELT POWDER.' j .??SB octeav .1 ? -? r -? ? ? , 4 iJ Mr, Fihelly's Ignorance, j At the Centennial Hall, Mr. J. Fihelly again showed the weakness of the anti case when he told the audience that ' there were 45,000 Australians at Salisbury Plain who had never smdt powder, and that if men were \yanted they should be hurried up, and the guards who were garrisoning Ireland should be hurried up.' It is quite possible that Mr. Fihellv. as Assistant Minister for Justice in the Queensland Cabinet, knows more about . the military situation in Britain than those who are on the spot. On the other hand, it is more than likely that he knows absolutely nothing about it. However, Mr. Fihelly says the men on Salisbury Plain should be hurried up, and. that should be sufficient argument fqr those who look for any loophole to save their own skins. From the irtore commonsense point of view, it . is obvious that raw levies cannot be turned into efficient soldiers under four or even six mont...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PARTY POLITICS. What Members are Paid For. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

PARTY POLITICS. What Members are Paid For. The following interesting debate took place in the Queensland House on the 10th of the. present month:— Hon. J. Tolmie : That special clause was not worth the paper it was written on, as far as an early solution of the question was concerned. This measure would have to go home for considera- ' tion. The Minister told them that they could telegraph home for the Royal assent. But they had not the slightest intention of telegraphing the measure home. In any case, the Home .Government were not going to accept a telegraphic measure on a matter of this kind ; they would want to see the Bill- | The Home Secretary : If you pass the Bill,, you will see. ^ Hon. J. Tolmie : The hon. gentleman knew that he forced the Bill through - the Chamber, and kept them there all night. The Home Secretary : You kept US all night Hon, J. Tolmie : How would a poor . number : of members like those on the Opposition side keep the Government there all night ? j| Govern...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

Rational Ueaber. Wbeklt. ONE PENNY. BRISBANE. FRIDAY. OCT, 27, 1816 I™'' ADSTmLIAN lANnFACTDRES 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 eur Furniture will not question the Statement that there is no finer Furniture made. JOHN HICKS & CO.. LIMITED, GEORGE & ANN STREETS, BRISBANE. FRASERS LTD., OPTICIANS Invisible Bifocal and all other Compli cated Lenses made in our own Work shop. SIGHT TESTED. ' JEWELLERS Diamond Engagement and Dress Rings — Finest range io the City. All Prices... Discount for Caah.j 142 QUEEN STREET. BRANCH OPTICAL PARLOURS: 229 Edward Street, Brisbane.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENS' CARNIVAL. Soldier's Queen Wins. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

QUEENS1 CARNIVAL. Soldier's Queen Wins. The Queens' Carnival, in aid of the Residential Club for soldiers and sailors, was held at His Majesty's Theatre, and despite the uncertain nature of the weather, was a striking success. Those present included His Excellency (Sir Hamilton J. Goold-Adams), and Lady Goold-Adams, and the Mayor (Aid. J. Hetherington) and Mayoress of Brisbane. The programme consisted for the most part of tableaux arranged by the various queens. Most of them were very striking, and reflected credit on those responsible for them. At the close, it was announced that the total amount received to date in cash was £3,953 18s. 4d., representing 316,314 votes. Subjoined are the I amounts of money and numbers of vo'es in each department of the pageant Soldiers' Queen, £1,779 i8s. 6d., 142,394 ; Sports' Queen, £1,009 16s., 80,784 ; Trade and Commerce Queen, £399 0s. 9d., 31,923 ; Citizens' Queen, £347 5s. 2d., 27,781 ; Charity Queen, £254 7s. 9d., 20,351 ; Sailors' Queen, £9...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

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

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

OitrldpeS'S Printers— Lithographers- Stationers Patriotic Flag Manufacturers QUEEN ST., BRISBANE A true to life likeness, together* with dainty lighting and artistic posing in every photograph taken by MR. O. J. WILEY, at the Studio of;r THE GREAT X .S. /OuHsu? CT PHOTOGRAPHER, 246 QUEEN ST., [BRISBANE. I

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KITCHENER'S FOREBODINGS OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

KITCHENER'S FOREBODINGS OF THE SEA. One remarkable revelation may with out impropriety be made about Lord Kitchener. It is said that he had a sort of foreboding of an accident at sea. So much was this the case, that he never crossed from Dover to Calais without wearing a lifebelt waistcoat, one that he had specially made for him in Egypt before he made his famous advance on Khartoum. Though so often on the sea, and an excellent sailor, he detested a sea passage, and never felt comfortable on board any ship. He always complained that the sea affected his otherwise excellent sight— excellent, that is, considering his age and how much he had been exposed to a tropical sun. Another curious point was that, whilst he always acquired curios in any part of the world in which he might be, he took care never to allow his purchases to be on the vessel on which he was a passenger.

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