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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

The Leader DARRAGH'S buildings (Opp. N.Z. Inauranes Co.), 881 QUEBN STREBT. A Weekly Paper devoted to the ancoar agement of the National Spirit In Poll tics and everyday Hfe. . + Please mail a copy ȣ the ' National Leader ' for a period of twelve mexnths, for whieJa. I enclose the sum ef 5/6, or &/- for six months. Name ? ? . ? . . . ? ? ? ? ? ? Address . ... . .... . ..... . r. ? 'Che Ceader.' Published Weekly. OMB PENNY JANUARY 31, 1919.

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

The Future of Wiihefim Hohenzollern. The point is being raised that the ex Kaiser must be dealt with by his own people. This view of the subject is as serted to be based on international law. The statement is all the more signifi cant -as it has been made in connection with the assertion that the German and Dutch Governments have decided that William Hohenzollern shall be exiled in the Dutch East Indies. No one in Australia is blood-thirsty, but without imitating the enemy in their murder mania, one may wonder why this lame and impotent conclusion has . been arrived at. If the ex-Kaiser has ceased to be the. official head of the Government of Ger many, their international law in relation to. monarchs does not apply to his case.- . So much commonsense tells us. And France, Belgium and Britain with the ?other Allies can take action against him. Britain by the decision of a Coroner sit ting in an English Court has taken action already, having found him guilty of mur der and thus having...

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

Electric Ointment Cures Old Sores, Skin Diseases. Freckles, Sun Tan ? ? 1/6 chemist WILKINSONvalley JOHN HODGE, Surgical Instrument and Truss Maker to the General and Children's Hospital' 6E0RGE-8TREET, BRISBANE. (Opposite Supreme Coitrt) Lady in attendance. 'Phone 602.. Cutlery Ground and Set. NDLVI8ILL I WEN | House, Land and Estate Agents/ , 829 QUEEN-STREET. 'Phone 6467- I (Next 'National Leader' Office) Printedby.IiG^ C^for tke Returned Soldiers and Citizens-' - Political- FMeratiott^^^ueenslaad* Division), and published by- L. R - MONTEFIORE, President and A. J. de, Topor-Markowicz, Secretary, of ; Brisbane. ? ,{ - , ' ' ' ? ' ? ? ill ? Ill ? ? I ' '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

S'MELLIE & COY. Ironmongery and Machinery Merchants. ^ AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY WOOD, COAL, & GAS STOVES ; STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS °,L & PETR0L ENG,NES A Machinery, Agricultural Implements, & Ironyard — ALICE & EDWARD STS. Ironmongery for Builders and Household Use: EDWARD STREET ; also QUEEN STREET (opp. Q.P.O ) Northern Branches at TOWNSVILLE, CAIRNS and AYR.

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Repatriation Conference. OPENING REMARKS BY MR. WATT AND SENATOR MILLEN. NEEDED: ACTION, NOT WORDS! [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

Repatriation Ocnference. - 'PPENING REMARKS BY MR. WATT j. _ AND SENATOR MILLEN. i . . -'NEEDED: ACTION, NOT WORDS! X y ? ? - ; - On. the opening of the Repatriation - -Conference at Melbourne, January 22nd, Air, Watt remarked that the men who Iiad served under the colours abroad should be returned to their native coun try as rapidly as possible, but their rapid return without proper coordina - tlon 'would be likely to present difficul -ties of - employment. He said, further, . - . that in some parts of the Commonwealth there was already talk of unemployment. According to Senator Millen's figures ..... over- 70,000 men were up to the present returned to Australia with 197,000_ to follow. There is no question as to the exist— . ©nee of unemployment among returned soldiers as well as among the rest of our population, and that* not only in some of the States, but throughout Australia. The situation is real and serious, and ' already the Department of Repatriation , . has proved its ina...

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

? mmmmi wmmm mbm WANTED— Energetic Canvasser and ' Reporter for a country newspaper. Must be returned soldier. Apply im - mediately to the 'Leaders' Office. TOOWOOMBA Job Stone For JOB Printing Any JOB, of JOB Printing we recommend Job Stone

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

McGUPFIE & CO. (S. G. COWELL) A Am .T — ? — 248 Queen Street, 'Phone 5S«. ?, '*?' BRISBANE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

^FO.R ALL THE YlARr^- _ \ BULlMBA beer , A ROYAL BEVERAGE— ? ^ ' I QUEEN LAGER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

EXTON'S .These are the things we stock for the builder. .They are of thft finest qualities, and we oan give you . . PROMPT DELIVERY —that's a big point nowadays* ' isn't it? EMBOSTEEL METAL CEIL1NG8, LEADED LIGHTS, PAINTS, G LA$$j|&QL ASS BEVELLING and SILVERING, GLASS EMB0S3INQ have a large staff of siga whose work is of the best R. J EXTON & CO. Ltd. QU^jN-STREET, BRISBANE; at Toowoemba.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

STANTHORPE NATURE'S GREAT SANATORIUM Far Fruit, Mieerals anil Health The coming district of Queensland. Soldiers and others supplied with every requisite for the Land and House* hold. Moderate charges and a fair deal. E. Glceson, Melbourne House GOOD8 DELIVERED BY MOTOR FREE.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

fV -i - tO'' I = ? TouH be able to step into a better job if you-take'on one of ottr Coursis NOW; VnmraAn VAInlAfr V YOU study in your spare, time at home. Amongst the 280 Stott Coarsei are— llr I III llr II .lllllllrJ \ 1 1^pewrltlh0^cc-)iintancy^ Journallwn, Commercial Art, I 1 Villi I IIViU UVlMlvil V - ? . Show CaNl Writing, Engineering, Telegraphy, Wireless, Surveying, ArChltsct«re &e Writ® ©r ealT for frso booklet. 'How ts Choose a Career,' and ask about the ? — ? : ? ? ? — : ? , - special discount ws allow returned bmu -- sromar^; CREEK STREET BWSBAN-^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

Petersen's Farm and Gar'ea Seeds, Fruit Trees, Etc. When ordering Farm or Garden Seeds, see that you get — PETERSEN'S. For the Market Gardener, Farmer, Dairyman, or. Orchardist, we can supply your requirements. NEW SEASON'S SEEDS now to hand Cabbage American Succession, Cab bage Drumhead, Cauliflower Primus, Cauliflower Eclipse, Beetroot, French Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, etc. FARM SEEDS— Oats Algerian, Cape Barley, Wheat, Tares, Lucerne, Rye, etc. Prices on Application. FRUIT. TREES— Orders now booked for delivery in June, 1919. For further information, send for our Messrs H. A. PETERSEN Ltd. GEORGE STREET, BRISBANE.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WOODEN CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

A WOODEN CROSS. The night is still; the moon shines up above, ^ Casting its radiance o'.er the earth's broad strand, ! High in the west the Southern Cross^ gleams bright. Like sentinel, guarding his native land.' The scent of bush-shrubs floats upon the ^ breeze, And Nature's call comes, irresistible, A happy lilt of laughter breaks the calm, Somewhere a curlew calls — then all is ? stin. ; r. Far from these, scenes and sounds— be- yond the sea, Within a field there stands a wooden^ cross, The short and simple epitaph thereon V Telling its silent tale of death and loss; It tells that he who fell- and sleeps be- / neath . ' Shall never see again his'native shore, The mystic -beauty of Australia's nights, The Southern Gross he will behold no more. - . ? The bush-land incensed' air, the night bird's call, A maiden's laugh (which-, now is fraught with pain), The gleaming lights -of home, a; welcome f sweet. . , ? .: Ne'er shall he feel, or hear, or see again. All these he loved, they wr...

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

DENTIST. CHEMIST. Alex. M. Gordon 381-3 QUEEN-STREET- , 'i (Near Preston House) Mouth and to Diseases Specially Treated. 'Phone 4907 \ ? : ? v- — 1 Dodgers « Browoe Auctioneers - - - , WARWICK Properties for Sale. Horse, Sheep, and Cattle Salesmen. 'Phone 272. ff ^ ^ ? ? ? - ? ;i ?? Returned Soldier's and Others Should call or write E, R. HOPPER STANTHORPE . Specialist' in Orchard Properties, for his list of unimg^ayed and improved allotments for sale around the district. Agent for Bazaeott Ltd. Orohard Sup plies, and Ferguson's Pedigree Fruit. Trees. JQHIi BISHOP & SOnF Steam Dyers and Clothes Cleaners. All work done by machinery. Suits Cleaned and Pressed, 4/6. STANLEY-ST., SOUTH BRISBANE. 'Phene 3133. -- ? ? / \ ^ ? /j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Army Sketches. THE COOK HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

Army Sketches. THE COOK HOUSE. Our unit is a Base unit, , and does not have to' hustle and shift about; our cook house, 'therefore, is more a 'permanent structure than is usual with Army cook houses. It consists of a brick oven, fre quently out of action, half a dozen Sawyer — or should it be Sayer — stoves, a brick floored, mat-sided, reed-roofed shed, a ?meat-house, and a mat shed, used indif ferently by the cook-house-gang as a de bating hall, a gymnasium, and a shelter from the,- hea't. Here, when the day's work is over,, the wits of the squadron assemble and discuss various topics, in the cool of the evening. Anybody can have, at any hour of the day or night, a drink of tea, an argument, a punch on the nose, or a duel of wits, by applying at our cook-house. Not that there is much, or, indeed, any fighting ever done there, though, to hear the talk, one would ex pect to see about six fights a day. The fights never come off, though they are there if you want them; and all the talk...

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

❖ ❖ | Enjoy the Somfort ^ I and Quality .of ' ' Jfrfek _ ! 'Phoenix' Pyjamas' jHm ? To enjoy a good night's rest wear ' Phoenix ' Pyjamas. v They are correctly made and well made; double sewn l .J $ throughout, and end of all seams gussetted. The materials ^ Mpfl \ -♦ used are specially selected for good1 wear; quality and ||yj wM | & workmanship guaranteed. Our values' are the best obtain- 1 l-|p |fm jj % able. Comparison will prove it. Will you investigate? ^ % Men's Ceylonette Pyjama Suits, a nice weight pyjama «|» for summer wear. All sizes. OVERHLLS PRICE, 10/6. Ill llil \\ «$» Men's Summer Cashmerette Pyjama Suits, all sizes. |||||y || $ OVBRKLLS' PRICE, 10/6. -| OYER ELLS iJt Jl I Tlie Yalley - - - BRLSBHN ^ * ' '? ???

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

J. A. ROWELL , HIGH-GRADE TAILOR. First-class Diploma {with honours) , British Institute of Tailoring, London 1S6-168 ADELAIDE-ST., BRISBANE 'Phone — Central 2480. : For Ertry Riytw*. . : 1 Scad far niastrmted Pr»c« Lirt. Will ta*« you - - -fl mosey, eue yoet ftfad, and brioc yTMi comfort 1 SURGICAL SUPPLIES LTD. QuMrn-st^Brlslwne. JLomos -s Coy. General Merchant*, ^ ^fAI-MERIN-«TI*EET, WARWICK. TC .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

FOY -& GIBSON Pty. Ltd. The House for Value ; SUMMER FAIR BARGAINS ^ IN MEN'S SUITS. I Men's Suits, in English Tweeds, grey shades, coat without vent, Trousers with cuff bottoms ? ? ? ? FAIR PRICE, 37/6 . Men's Suits, in 'Gibsonia' Tweeds, made in Our Own Mills, grey shades, seam and vent at back ? ? FAIR PRICE, 55/— Men's Suits, 'Sports' Style, coat with four outside pockets, seam, vent and band at back. Trousers with cuff bottoms .... FAIR PRICE, 46/6 Men's Suits, in English Tweeds, grey shades, seam and vent at back. ? : ? ? FAIR PRICE, 57/6 MEN'S TROUSERS. Men's Trousers, strong wearing Cotton Tweeds, stripe designs. FAIR PRICE ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . 8/11 Men's Trousers, in 'Gibsonia' Tweeds, grey shades, made in Our Own Mills ? ? ? ? FAIR PRICE, 12/-, 14/-, 15/- and 18/ Men's Trousers, in English Tweeds, neat grey designs. FAIR PRICE, 15/ BOYS' SUITS. Boys' Cotswold Suits, in ' Gibsonia ' Tweeds, neat grey designs FAIR PRICES ? ? Sizes 4 to 7* 20/-; 8 to 10, 21/6; 11 and 12,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
How Frenchy took the Call. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 31 January 1919

How Frenchy took the Call. (By Jack O'Brien, M.M., in the 'B.C. Veteran's Weekly.') 'D' Company was at the range near Prospect Lake. In turn, each relay of expectant riflemen took their turns at the parapet; to aim and shoot at tar gets two hundred yards away. Granda, a typical French Canadian, was in the third relay. As he stood easy and watched the two preceding re lays shoot 20 rounds each at the tar gets numbered from 1 to 24, ami loom ing up large to his front, he studied, the numbers on them. Owing to his being illiterate, it often was hard for him to make out military commands, on parade; butcher e it was much harder for him to decipher the. characters denoting the number of each target. He was plainly puzzled. He was camouflaged. 'H's no know' no ting h'on de book!' he confessed regretfully. 'My fad' she die w'en h's be small boy me. H'an h's 'ave no tam for go h'on de school me. H's work 'ard h'all de tam for keep it my mudder — ' Here his keen little eyes caught the figure...

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