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R.S. AND P.N. LEAGUE DEFENDS RETURNED SOLDIERS ASSOCIATION Senator Ferricks' Inexactitudes. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

R.8. AND P.N. LEAGUE DEFENDS RETURNED SOLDIERS ASSOCIATION Senator Ferricks' Inexactitudes. j Although the Returned Soldiers' and Patriots* National League was not attacked by Senator Ferricks, we look upon it as our duty to defend any organisation consisting of returned soldiers, who may be attacked from any quarter whatsoever. Our comrades of the Returned Soldiers' Association are abused by Senator Ferricks, and althougn ne does not attacK tne Ke turned Soldiers and Patriots' National League, I wish him and the public to know that, when he attacks the social branch, he attacks the political branch as well. Therefore, I wish to take up the cudgels on behalf of the Returned Soldiers' Association, as it is composed of our comrades. Senator Ferricks said he heard returned soldiers boasting that they were going to break up the unions. We give the lie direct, and I throw it back in the teeth of Senator Ferricks, as an unjust charge, and a deliberate falsehood. He warned the unions to be...

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

A SATIRE ON SOCIALISMS The following has been[ sent to u.s^by a humorist. Reasons wliy every man should become a Socialist : — 1. Abolition of rent. ? 2. Abolition of rates and taxes. 3. Opening of public houses all night. 4. State regulated scale of wages with a minimum of £5 per week, a whole holiday every Monday, Wed nesday and Friday, and no work after neon on Saturday. 5. One man one vote and two wives. 6. All children to be reared by the State. 7. Peerages for all working classes. 8. State regulation of price of beer, — never to exceed one penny per quart, and always to include a long pull. 9. Old age pension of £3 per week, to commence at the age of 25. 10. Free funerals for all, with re freshments ad lib for mourners. ' 11. Sunday closing for churches. 12. Home rule for men.

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

WANTED To inform Annie May Dixon and Amelia Martha Dixon, of Melbourne, that they are the next of kin of Private R. H. Shore, of 4/41 A.LF. Melbourne papers please copy. JOHNSON'S LIMITED. The House Second to None for all classes of ? - indoor and Outdoor Catering Executed In the Best and Latest Style Noted also for their Wedding and Birthday Cakes and as being Manufacturers of th« Genuine Sand Cake ./ --

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THAT ALLEGED ANTAGONISM. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

THAT ALLEGED ANTAGONISM.IJ At a special meeting of the Returned Soldiers and Sailojs' Imperial. League, of Australia, last week, the members resolved to appoint a sub-committee ' to confer with delegates from the Re turned Soldiers and Patriots' National League, to try and come to some mutual understanding. The League has appointed its delegates, but we have not yet had any official intimation from the other side as to the date of the confab, or the personnel of their delegates. The Executive of the Re^ turned Soldiers and Patriots' National League desires to make it clear to the Returned Soldiers' Association that the responsibility for any delay lies with them, and not with the League. As the public naturally wishes to know how we stand in relation to each other, it is up to the Returned Soldiers' Association to get a hus.tle on.

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

John Hodge, fteta *S W. B. SOWard k Sen«» 0laegM« SRTglCftl Initrencnt aid Truss MaMr— *o the General and for the relief and '? hands, arxfts, leg ? crutches, elastic / /Am I§m| 6«©rg« Street, BRISBANE. (Opposite Saprame q ? What's this OUR REMEDIES IRE NOT PATENT MEDIUMS. But the result of over 50 yean successful praotice of one of . the world's greatest specialists on— CATARRH, BRONCHITIS and ASTHMA and Diseases emanating therefrom. The remedies were left us as an heirloom, thus this noble work goes on. PXRMANENT RESULTS GUARANTEED. Hot*.— The wqrm months are the opportune time. Send for Free Consultation Free Booklet. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. W. H. CURTIS, Manager, Room 19 PRESTON HOUSE, Queen 8t., BRI8BANE. \ i ? ? ? ' i .J ; 7 ? ? - J I Whincip's Tli® Yalley Furnishers, 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 d...

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

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EFFECT OF WAR ON GERMAN YOUTHS. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 27 October 1916

EFFECT OF WAR ON GERM AN J§ YOUTHS. A German paper says : — ' No doubt the number of thefts in forest and field, and of assaults, has been increased through the very prevalence of the wild spirit of war permeating our whole national and private life. But we must not forget, on the other hand, that the continuous state of siege imposed upon our country has made it necessary to proclaim hundreds of new laws and ordinances, and enforce old ones, so that we now consider as crimes what we treated before the war as negligible misdemeanours. Thousands of our boys of sixteen and seventeen— th6 two most dangerous years as far as youthful criminality is concerned—, have entered the army, but their place on the criminal calendar has, alas,t been taken by their juniors, and that in a really horrifying measure. That, further, numerous criminal actions remain unnoticed or escape punishment, on account of the lack of police and proper supervision of our banks and warehouses, is a foregone conclusi...

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THE TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 1916

THE TESTING. The following are three verses from the poem by David McKee Wright, of 'Bulletin' fame:: — What of the choice^? Unbroken stands the foe, Scourged with huge ruin, some small point he yields j The poison 'of his pride some stricken fields, ? Yet carpets with a swathe of shame ana woe. Behind ten thousand labored rampart shields. He nurses, drunk with loss, his Titan hate, Eager to seize the vantage, keen of eye, And dreaming still the sword upon his ithigh, A key to turn the rusted lock oT Fate. What of the choice ? No choice is here for those ! Whom freedom nutured at her Holy breast ; The dread hour strikes, the nation at the test, Flamed with white purpose, to ful'I stature grows All that is highest, truest, noblest,- best. Seeks the broad altar built for sacrifice, The die is cast, the bitter tale is told, . ; Knowing and fearing, shall our purpose ! hold ? Come life, come death, we pay the freeman's price j Out of the storm the fierce red bolt may fall. Darkness and ...

Publication Title: National Leader
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NATIONAL EFFICIENCY. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 1916

NATIONAL EFFICIENCY. In 1870, the German, full fed and arrogant, set about the French people, and gave them a severe trouncing. He did the trick by„ dint of national organisation. After smashing France, and rendering her helpless for many years to come, the Teuton cast about him for y other fields to conquer, and found that the little state of Schleswier Holstem offered fair inducements to the bidder with the most men and biggest guns. He swallowed Schleswig Holstein, but his appetite for conquest was growing, so he organised some more, and proceeded to pick a quarrel with his old playmate, Austria. Austria knew a little about the- organising game, but very little, and was counted out before the scrap had gone far. After that, Germany took to the blood letting profession as a duck takes to water. There was no national Parlia 1 ment to check the aristocratic rulers should they become obstroperous. In faGt, the rulers played the game accord ing to their own rules, and national efficie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 1916

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 1916

FRASERS LTD., OPTICIANS Invisible Bifocal and all other Contpli gcated Lenaea made in our own Work shop. SIGHT TESTED. JEWELLERS Diamond Engagement and Dress Rings— Finest range la the City. All Pricw,. ' Discount for Ca»h.| i — — 142JQUEEN STREET. ' it 8 ? BRAHGH80PTICAL PARLOURS :H 229 Edward Stmt, Brisbane.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 1916

'always BIT! AUSTRALIAN MAN UFACTORES WE believe in Australia making the Goods she^uses, and t® that end we operate a large Furniture Factory, where w© make most of the Furniture we sell. Those who know car Furniture will not question the Statement that there is no flner Furniture made. JOHN ..HICKS- & CO., LIMITED, GEORGE & ANN STREETS, BRISBANE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 1916

S£he ftaiumal Jeaber. ™ Stnunn WiniY. ONE PENNY. - 1 ?— ? ? — — ? . — -? ^ BKJSBANB. FRIDAY. NOV, 3, 1816

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 1916

Queensland Trustees Limited; - v Directors: Hon. A. J. Cartbb, (Chair- man), Hon, F. T. Brbktnall, m.l.o., Hen. 6. W. Gbay, m.l.c., W. W. Hood, Esq., Hen. E. D. Miles, m.l.c.. Sir- Bonn Phil?, K.o.M.e. Authorised Capital £500,000 Capital Paid - 525,250 Reserve Fund - 219,000 £20,000 invested in Government Debentures in the name of the Colonial Treasurer, in oempliaace with Special Aet of Parliament. This Company undertakes an Executors', Trustees', and Ageney Business. The Com pany's charges are less than the Ceurt usually allows te private exeeutera. P. A. BLUNDELL, Manager. Office : . 395 Queen Street, Brisbane.

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THE REFERENDUM. Mr. Adamson's Comment. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 1916

THE REFERENDUM. Mr. Adamson's Comment. The only comment which I have to make on the Referendum figures is that they are no£ satisfactory. Still they reveal the fact that the vast majority of Australians are loyal to the Empire. My complaint is not that the Empire has been turned down in this campaign, but that for the past six or eight months, throughout Queens land wp hsvp n nt en V#»n +r- Rmnim the best help that could have been given, but only a very bad second best. I have learned many things from this campaign, but the time to give them to the public has not yet come. I have also very strong opinions as to what should be done at the present time, but Mr. Hughes is the man who should speak first on that matter. He also is the man who , should deal with the matter of the future influence of party politics, in promoting the welfare of Australia. In the meantime, finding myself . without a settled place in j Parliament House, and being nervously unstrung to a large degree, I am. go...

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OUTINGS FOR RETURNED SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 1916

OUTIN GS FOR RETURNED SOLDIER8 Mr. H. S. Bere, of Souihport, writes : Since the establishment of Convalescent Homes at Southport, for returned soldiers, a number of entertainments have been arranged by the local com mittee of the Patriotic Society. The most popular form of outing is the motor boat picnic, several of which have been held. Last Wednesday, a party of returned soldiers were taken up Nerang Greek, for a distance of 12 ? -1 ? ? n/r„ T» ? I ? J. ? 1 ? 1- TL. mu.es, in mr. x-eie s muiui iciuiiuii. j.ue residents of Carrara met the boys on arrival, and drove them to the residence - of Mr. Davidson, where they were entertained by Mesdames Browne, Cooper, Parr, Pridd, Burt, Hay and Crowle. Both Mr. Bere and the residents of Carrara are to be warmly complimented on their hospitality to the returned boys.

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WHAT CAN HINDENBURG DO? [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 1916

WHAT CAN HINDENBURG DO? Hindenburg is the only great soldier ' ? produced by the Central Powers during the war. ; Tannenberg made his fame. It was. a masterpiece. It was a Sedan. But Hindenburg had odds in his favour. He knew his swamps by heart. He had a crushing superiority of heavy guns; and he took Samsonoff by surprise. T 1 ? ' ? 1 J. ? x ? ? 1. ? £ ? ? j.Aiebe uuus cire iiul iiuw m ins layuur* He is inferior in numbers and in guns. After two years surprises are almost _ impossible. What can he do ? He may mass a great army, and hurl 1 it at one sector of the iron circle which is crushing the besieged .Empires * and . : j their Bulgarian and Turkish dupes. Roumania is a bait that he may bite ; at. A Roumanian Tannenberg would give Hindenburg breathing time. No other blow would be so fruitful, The centre of gravity for the moment is in the Balkans. Napoleon would strike | there with all his might. j But the time is short. Hindenburg t may not have the men, no matter how i quickl...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 1916

It is unfortunate that the Allied push on the Somme has been held up by bad weather, which has given the rapidly-weakening enemy breathing space. .

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RETURNED SOLDIERS AND PATRIOTS' NATIONAL LEAGUE. Soldiers' and Widows' Distress Fund. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 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 Darragh's Buildings, 331 Queen Street. - iiThe trustees of the Fund are W. S. Jacob, Esq., and Captain Boland D.S.O. Bankers, Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Amount previously acknow ledged .. ..£40 0 'A Friend' Commonwealth War Bond .. .. 10 0 0 Editor, ' National Leader ' 2 2 0 P.Douglas .. .. 0 10 6 ? Robt. Wells \ 0 10 6 Poor Woman- .. ? ? 0 1 0 I Mrs. D. F. Fairweather . . , 0 5 0 Mr.. Thomas .. . . . . 1 0 0 A Friend 0 2 0 Total . . .:. . . £18 11 0 ♦4* Mr. W. S. Jacob has been appointed President of the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League....

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PATRIOTS. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 3 November 1916

PATRIOTS. If you are not0 already a member -of the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League, become one now, and help to form a national political organisation for Queensland. ? By joining this League, you assist, not only in benefiting the community, but the returned soldiers and their dependents. The membership fee is only Is. per annum, but any further donations will i 1 j _ ? 11 j.1 ? .C_.1_.L- ? .£- ? XT ? neip io swen tne ngntirig lunub ui me / organisation. . .. We stand for national ideals, justice to all, preference to none, for democracy in ? its .truest sense. We are strictly non-party ; that is, we are tied to neither Liberal nor Labor. Join Now. Join Now. Join Now. Remittances can be sent direct to t^e Secretary, 331 Darragh's .Buildings, Queen Street, Brisbane, if you have , no local agent. Help Us. We' Will Help You. A mechanical rocking cradle has now been invented. The hand that rocks the cradle will now be free t# fool the world.

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