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AN ARMY NURSE'S EXPERIENCES. STIRRING TIMES AT THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 January 1919

AN ARM Y jNU RSE'S EXPERIENCES. , STIRRING TIMES AT THE. FRONT. Sister Dora Sexton, a Toowoomba girl,; who has been on active service for- four' years with Queen Alexandria's Imperial. Army Nursing Reserve, writes: — I've had a most thrilling and interest-, ing time. 'Last week Matron and I went up the line foj two days, and went all . over the place where the British troops . were fighting the Bulgars. ? There are two ranges of hills, and the highest point in the first range is called Petite Car- . ronne, which means the little crown hill, and the highest point. in the other range c is called Grand Carronne, which is the . great crown hill. The Bulgars had their hopes on these ranges -and our men were down below and had to scale these awful hills to get to them. It was sfm-^ ply impossible. I used to listen to the men when they were in hospital telling , us how impossible it was to gain the Bulgars' position, and now I understand and saw for myself. Just imaging troops at the foot ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 January 1919

DENTIST. CHEMIST.: Alex. M; Gordon 381r3 li.tMl E EN-STR R ET (Near Preoton House) Mouth and 8«m Diseases Specially Treated. . 'Phone 4iflf Rodgers ft Browse Auotloneere - WARWICK' Properties lor Bale. Herse, Sheep, and Cattle Salesmen. 'Phono 272. ? ' ' ' ^ ' ?; — - ? im. i«j ??turned SeMier1* and ether* Sfeevli eall or write E, R. HOPPER STANTHORPE Special lot la Orchard Properties for his list of nnimreerrod and imprrMjftt allotments for sale aremni tko disteiet. Ajent for Bnsaeett Ltd. Orchard 9m plies, and Forenoon's Pedigree Tiell Trees. ? JOHN BISHOP i SOlT Steam Dyers and rClothea Cleaners. All work donw by mi^chfnery. Suits Cleaned J|d\ set[, 4/8. STANLEY4ITm 80UTH BRISBANE.. Tiene 312 2 . ^

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 January 1919

KIT BAGS, Solid: Leather througk«rait — 14in^ 11/-; 16in., 22/6; 1ft in., 22/-; 20in., S3/-; 22in., 36/-; 24iik. J9/-, aa-S frispeet at L. UHL Si SONS, Ltd., Petri#

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 January 1919

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Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 January 1919

M So Lona as it's a Bed.' Too, Mr. M££. probably don't Bind what yox sleep es*. «e lane as It's a feed; fettt what abant year wife?, She is wimpt np. in her homo, sal llkm things that leak road and beamtlfml te the aye ef her visiters. ?' Let ns f*ote yen far anything in tip way of Vnrnltnre. ar BaMlng. ? Rosensten gel's, THE FURNITURE PEOPLE Tdovionba & Dalby.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Repatriation Department Methods. TRENCHANT CRITICISM BY R.S. & S.I. LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 January 1919

Repatriation Department Methods. TRENCHANT CRITICISM BY R.S. & S.I. LEAGUE. : ^ . The following letter dealing with the methods of the Repatriation Department, which we have received from the Sub. Branch at Warwick of the Returned Sailors' and Soldiers' Imperial League of .. Australia is of great public interest and, deserves earnest consideration: — At a public meeting held some weeks ago, in pursuance of instructions from the Department of Repatriation, a local committee was formed. This committee was instructed by the Mayor to first se* lect two persons whom it could com mend for appointment as Government representative. The 'result was that the Mayor of the town and our: president were unanimously decided upon. Then the election of five other members was proceeded with. As „ Dr. .Murphy was in- . , eluded among the five elected we consid ered that we were fairly well represented and were satisfied that with the per sonnel of the executive as elected our interests would b...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 January 1919

iR. C. Illingworth HIQH.CLASS TAILOR, V 36* QUEEN-STREET . {Opposite Q.N. Bank), BRISBANE Telephone No. ISM. Hinkr's Lii&eii Rues, ©pp. Or-tert& MEALS i/-;i f. v i/-. .Oldest established Restaurant in Brte Jwaf. Cleaniines*,. Civility, Best Atten tion! A trial sslieitsd. -

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Leagues and Federations [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 January 1919

Leagues and Federations . As one considers the leading thought of the thinkers of the world .assembled in Paris to discuss the most momentous question which can materially affect mankind one naturally ponders whether ithe League of Nations, which in its in ception, is practically ,tb$HAUiapce, or federation of nations opposing the crimi nal 'ambition of the Central Pbwers, cannot in its principle, be applied to solve ?other difficulties which mar progress and interfere with betterment.v Could this means of bringing harmony 'into the discordance of international re lations he utilised in other spheres? Is It applicable to political relations in which there, is so much left undone before they 'be satisfactory? . A little thought will show that the ( principle of the League of Nations, 'throwgh which all hope of concord will -co/iie to the world is indeed just the factor which- holds out more hope than any j other of bringing about political peace in order that there may be uninterrupt...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Passing of a Bright Life. Death of Mr. E. S. Emerson [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 January 1919

Ihe Pissiiig of a Bright Lif8. lle^jb.of-|tfir4 'iE./fe' £mersdi|-. ' On. Friday, last .a; bright and prortiisin^' career came to an end at Glenrowan Hos pital, when ? Mr. Ernest Sando Emerson, lat&ly editor of ? this journal, passed away. . D^eath was but the ebbing of the tide whose flow again leads onward to the fuller life. It was painless and seemed hut the giving up of the lesser - part, the jphy.sical, which had meant much of pain. . Those who knew him best must fully realise bom manfully' and bravely ..Ernest ?. Emerson '' bore , up against 'increasing -weakness* having for all who - saw him just that' bright smile arid' that cheery outlook on all things which was his, for however much he himself realised, that there would be no recovery on the,. MthierrSide of time,, he never /allowed; those- privileged to see him to- rfead tlie1 ominous signs. Someone' has said: 'He- displayed, the hear;t ,of a lion, in his suf-. fering,' ! and that was true, indeed, but with it wa...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A ROYAL BEREAVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 January 1919

A ROYAL BEREAVEMENT. The tidings that bereavement has swept into the Royal family will cause regret and sympathy all over Australia. Daily, one can write with deepest plea sure the relation of the kingship to the Empire is assuming more and more that of the family. Nothing has been more in evidence during the war than the per sonal sympathy the King and Queen, have not only felt, but expressed in vis? ; its to wounded soldiers in hospitals. And; now when loss has come to their Majes ties, the , father, and mother, hearts of the people of the Empire will go out in sym pathy to them. And all this is apart from the sad thought always attending the passing of one who like Prince John stoo.d in bright hopes of a promising future. ' 0' .

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Elective Ministries. AN EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 January 1919

Elective Ministries. % .. ?? . AN EXPLANATION.:. /?'./? The following explanation of Elective' Ministries, sought by a valued corre spondent, ' may be of value,:— ? ? In reply to yo,ur query as to our read ing of 'Elective Ministries,' I beg to submit the'1 following explanation: The present system, of forming the Cabinet by the party returned to power does not silways work' for the benefit of the coun try. Under it men are put in charge of branches of the nations business who of-tens possess only a cuirsory knowledge of the department they take charge of, and although it is tr.ue that they may, .and sometimes do make themselves fully conversant with the routine and require ments of their office, much valuable time is lost and a general lack of initiative isf often- the result. Under such system the lyiinisters follow instead of leading. The syste mis further palpably unfair to the minority electors as it absolutely denies them any right to representation. : Under 'Elective Ministri...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IN MEMORIAM. (To E. S. Emerson.) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 24 January 1919

IN MEMORIAM. (To E. S. Emerson.) Your life on earth has passed: you've ? crossed the bar, And met your Pilot on that shore afar; The dangerous rocks and shoals of life are past, ' The gleaming harbour lights you've reached at last. . Your work is done — your work so grand and high, ? Your pen is laid at last forever by; Your ever-ready hand, and heart; and mind, : ? , ^ : Are gone, but leave their memories be hind. Thy friendship and thy help we'll sadly miss: ' v * *?' !- A fitting epitaph for thee is this: , 'Oh! friend — oh! best of friends, thine, absence more ; Than the impending night darkens the landscape o'er.' H.D.S.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

. .. Our THirdiXear. A Word to Members of Ihe League. - , j 46 Weigh in with your Wads.' 1 The Returned Soldiers and Citizens Political Federation, has entered upon its 1 third year of activity. v I This federation links up the returned soldiers and loyal citizens of Australia j Into one huge, political organisation which is in no way allied to any party. It is 1 out for Australia, with Big Australian ideas. | This treiriendous factor in the political world was brought' irrto being mainly I by the work done by the Queensland League, which was the pioneer of the move* J ment. The work was done by self-sacrificing returned soldiers and citizens at1 \ heavy cost to themselves. ^ It is now your opportunity to join in this splendid progressive movement. The. annual subscription to the Queensland: Division of the Federation is, for— ' Returned Soldiers .. ..? .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1/ Citizens (males not eligible for service) . . ...' .. .. 2/6 ' Citizens (females) '... .. ... .. . . .??...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

I D8INK ? It s s°od for you!'

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

Exchange Printing & rqr .AII. Classes of Printing, Stationery, Ac. 386 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE. , *4 ^ ; F F. TAUDEVIN STANTHORPE Cabinetmaker, Joiner, and Picture: v Frailer. . Agent for Waltpn Bros.,; Furnisher*, Brisbane. - W. HKALION, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, WJnb, Spirit, and Preduco Merchant, LEICHHARDT-STREET, BRISBANE . 'Fke nellf. ... ' John E. Rowland & Co. Wholesale and Retail Hardware Merchants, WARWICK. Write for Quotations. Tel. 6X33. e. RISMES ; Ladies' Skirts and Blouses. Suits to Measure from 75/-. Perfect fit guaran- . teed. Boots and Mercerjc. - 3 and 5 Pike's Buildings, MELBOURNE-ST., SOUTH BRISBANE.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

** So- Lena as ; it's, a Bed.' Yc-;, Mr. Mr'.r-., probably don't mind what yctt. sleep *0 long as it's a bed; bat what about your wife? She is wrapt hp in her home, and likes things that look good and beaatifol to tke eye of her visitors. Let us quote you for anything in tfco wsy of Furniture or Bedding. Rosen sten gel's, THE FURNITURE PEOPLE Toowoonsba & Dalby.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

RETURNED SOLDIERS SPECIAL CONCESSION. Nine miles from Brisbane, on Railway, inear school, store and station, 8 Blocks,' -5 to 12 acres. ,, PRICE: £10 pe racre. TERMS: £1 deposit, £1 per month. 'No Interest. Government, Poultry Expert has in spected this land, and will give a report. Apply— 'LEADER' OFFICE, 331 Queen Street. IR. C. ilHngworth HIGH-CLASS TAILOR, SOS QUEEN-STREET (Opposite Q.N. Bank), BRISBANE Telephone No. 1280. | Master's Liacksa Raams, Opp. CritorFon Hois!, QEORSE STREET. MEALS 1/- MBALS 1/-. uidest established Restaurant in Bris bane. Cleanliness, Civility, Best Atten tion. A trial solicited. -

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 — 31 January 1919

NEWS OF YOUR FRIENDS. A Weekly Budget to the Boys. Dear Comrades, — The main thing in regard to repatriation is the most sim ple question in the world, for it means getting you boys when you return into profitable employment, that which indi vidually appeals to you. No sooner, however, is that realised and acted uDon by this State in the offer to settle some 20,000 returned men on the land, but jealousy putting on the mask of pa triotism. raises the doubt that soldiers hailing from -the other States may not desire to cast in their lot with Queens land. If this sort of thing is going to -attend all the proposals for repatriation, - Heaven: help. , the soldiers, when jthey come back. - » ? ' ? ? That sort of argument takes one back to the days before Federation and just shows us that the old rivalries between the different colonies are still strong. Now what is the common sense position in regard to settlement for the soldiers? The question is the easiest in the world until it is made...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PADEREWSKI. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

PADEREWSKI. -By A. J. DE TOPOR-MARCOWiCZ, ill the 'Daily Mail.') A leonine mane, a strong handsome lace, deep, dreamer's eyes, an artist ev ery inch of him, living for his art, and in Jhis art alone: The world's greatest pian ist. That is how the world knew Ingnacy Jan Paderewski in the old, pre-w;ar days. We lost sight of him during the last few .years of stress, so it is no wonder that the news of his. being suggested as the future President of the Republic of Po land comes as a surprise to many. An .artist to govern a nation of warriors, a dreamer to become a statesman! But behind the curtain of dreams slept a fighting man, a true son of his race; behind the dreamy blue eyes there was a man of action. It required a cataclysm to wake him up, that is true, but when the call came he responded. Overboard went music and art, and stern reality took their place. . In order to be able to understand the man, and the change that took place in 'him, one must know and understand the ^country...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE EDITOR'S DUGOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

THE EDITOR'S DUGOUT. 'Why did you leave your last place?' 1 asked' the boss. 'I didn't leave it. It left me.' ' 'Rather strange, I should say.' 'Not at all. I worked in an ammuni ~ lion factory.' » * * ?„ .'What do you- use to wake you/ up in ? the morning?' 'I've been trying Uic sun, but had to - - - give him up. .. He kept getting me up : , earlier and earlier.' ^ 'Now, Bertie, if you're very good I'll give you a penny,'' 'I'tti afraid ! Can't afford to be good ; ~ fer less'n- 6d., Gran'ma — not the way v prices is to-day.' . ~~ ~. ? ' : \ \f»p * ^ . « ? ?? ^ . & ; - ? ; 'The ;great detective stood before the . rich merchant, wailing for his instruc ^ * tions. ? 'It's this way,' began the merchant. . - *'i have been robbed of hundreds of. ; :-?./? pounds. A rascal has gone about the ?country pretending to be a collector of ^ . ours. .. He has simply coined money. Why, ? :s . . in a week he collected more than all our - - - travellers put together. . He must be . . found as...

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