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TYPICAL CASES OF SHELL SHOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

TYPICAL CASES OF SHELL SHOCK. The following extract from an article dealing with typical cases of shell shock, written by Dr. H. Carrington, Ph.D»* in Munsey's Magazine, will be read with keen interest: — The vast majority of cases are purely psychic in origin. This at first sight appears contradic tory, and even absurd. When a shell bursts in the immediate vicinity of a soldier, he is knocked unconscious; and when he revives, perhaps hours later, to find himself mentally blank, without me mory of the event, unable to perform the slightest mental feat, crippled, para lyzed, bent double, maimed, unable to sit or to stand erect — to say that such con ditions are psychic, or due to the mind, may seem ridiculous. Experience has shown it to be true, nevertheless. Continued observation and experiments have enabled physicians to understand with great exactitude how this all comes about; and, knowing how it comes about, to cure it also. The great majority of shell-shock cases are now cured....

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

Returned Soldiers - Patronize i:he firms who advertise i rt you r paper - / / 1 ; 'r ' ' ? I ? _ ? * ^ * i i,' ??-- 1 v v. i - ? ? ? ' ? ' ^ $ ? -»8 -'-'''fiSSijig && . 1

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PANCHO. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

PANCHO. He was the children's friend, he drew their cart, Joined in their games and guarded ithem all day As their light feet run swift to work or play; And they enlisted him to do his part, When the- plea came for dogs to train and start - For active service; sck he marched away 3-Iis great brown eyes and coat of ?shaggy gray Enshrined for always in each -childish heart. They watched -the post to gather news of him — Three times his deeds were cited, then there came A letter, bearing a, great general's name, Which made their wistful eyes with proud tears brim; 'Saving,' he wrote, 'a regiment's ad yance, v Pancho, a gallant poilui, died for France.' — Charlotte Becken in 'Life.' 'Some of them did not seem to like it' faets are just saying that in connection with the Premiers' Conference at Mel bourne and incidentally of course the- in fluenza scare. Some of the agricultural delegates also seemed to think that Num ber One had to be attended to. After all, Queensland's tropical climat...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Upward or Downward? [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

Upward or Downward? In many respects the movement which, is summed , up''' in tKe word Bolshevism may be termed a struggle for existence on the part of those who oppose it. We -know that the highest is best, the high: est in education, in government, in the methods of progress. As we acknow ledge this we ask ourselves why the Mgher should allow the lower to lead it, why the lower should seek to lead? One o£ tlie principles acknowledged to l)e of universal application is that there should be an equal opportunity for all. How does Bolshevism stand when that rule is applied? It falls at once for tjiere must be on the face of the facts equal opportunity for the Bourgeoisie as for £iny' other class and against the Bour geoisie have the Bolsheviks declared war. It seems extraordinary that such an inversion of all reasoning as is summed up in the movement in Russia and Ger many should gain any foothold in coun tries where constitutional freedom exists and yet in Australia, which has led th...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

YOU WON'T HAVE TO CARRY YOUR SHOES IF YOU BUY THESE LINES FROM. FOY & GIBSON. f THEY ARB SHOES MADE FOR TENDER FEET AND ARE COMFORTABLE FROM THE MOMENT YOU PUT THEM ON. f L 1427.-r-Ladies' Fine Glace Kid Aida Lace Shoes, full round toe, soft and comfortable, with military heel and flexible sewn sole. PRICE ONLY 15/9 L 1417— Ladies' Superior: Glace Kid ife A . Derby Lace Shoes, patsnt toe caps, OL .'full toe, solid welted sole, a splen-' ^id walking shoe of good appear V . ,L 1424. — Ladies' Fine Glace Kid Oxford * \ Tie Shoe, patent toe caps, fuil n round toe, light sewn sole, very . dainty style at ............. 17/6 L 1428.— Ladies' Kid Lace Shoes, wide toe and military heel. SPECIAL VALUE AT ? .......... ? 13/6 1 L 1441. — Ladies' Fine Glace Kid Ankle 1 Strap Shoes, fashionable in make ' 1|/ \ J and design. PRICE 15/9 - : L 1422. — Ladies, Fashionable Glace Kid wl \7y^ Court Shoes, light and dainty pump V^r- ' . sewn soles and Cuban heels. N PRICE ONLY .... ? 14/9 Fob &am...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
REJOICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

REJOICE. Fathers and mothers, wives, sweet hearts, sisters of men of the Australian mounted . divisions on service in Palestine should rejoice for word has been sped along the wires that 'two mounted divi sions in Palestine and Syria are under orders for Australia. 'When the Boys, come Home' assumes a new significance,. ?' does it not? There was always a sigh at -the hack of the song while hostilities, -continued, hut now the line stands for tunalloyed joy. The wisdom of the world considers that, the League of Nations is the most import ant subject for discussion. Billy Hughes does not. Therefore, is he outside that. ,, wisdom? ? * »'. * ♦ * -? There are not wanting signs that the Australasian brass hat is going to make himself an insufferable nuisance. A set tler in Samoa; in a letter^ tol the Press, - says that the Ne-rtr Zealand brand of the article, which is not unknown in Austra lia, was more objectionable than the Ger man Militarist previously in command.: Brass hats are the d...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Fisheries—Supernational and otherwise [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

Fisheries-— Stiver national , .and otherwise^.. V A very interesting point arises in con-, nection with the proposals which se^m. ? to be taking form in the Peace Confer ence under the mandatory system. There are fisheries in waters, not. strictly speaking Australian, but which have in the past been developed in the main by Queensland energy, and it re mains to be seen whether the outcome of action in regard to the League of Na tions will remain a benefit. It should be a direct benefit. The question. is of the highest import-, ance, , for ,on the surface this phase of industry seems especially applicable to returned soldiers under a system of co operation, for which the funds at the dis posal of the Repatriation Department ap pear to offer the means of utilisation. And the subject must not be neglected simply because the Department has not . considered it, for facts are proving that the easiest way out of the difficulty which is presented by the need for giving work'' to returned so...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

The-Leader' DARRXGH'S BUILDINGS (Opp. N.Z. Insurance Co.), 331 QUEEN* STREET. A; Weekly Paper devoted to the encour agement of the National Spirit in Poll tics and everyday life. ' Please mail a copy of the 'National Leader ' for a period of twelve months, for which I enclose the sum ©f 5/6, or 3/- for six months. ? Name ........ ? ? ? ? ? ? Address ? ? ? ? ? ' Cfte Header.' Published Weekly. ONE PENNY FEBRUARY 7, 1919.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WHEN IT HITS THE POCKET. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

WHEN IT HITS THE POCKET. (To the Editor.) Sir,— . Scarcely has the war ended, when a little' individual known as the pneumonic influenza germ has decided to show that Mars isn't -in it as regards dealing death. Queensland is trying very hard to keep , itself 'clean,' and so far it -has suc ceeded, thanks to those who act on the, belief that 'prevention is better than cure.' But a .hitch very soon occurred in the work of defence. Watt. and Co. got their, bristles up because the State Govern ment's did not take 'three or-four days to ask them for permission to do such and such a thing. But the big blow hp and show of . high-handedness came when' it .was decided to quarantine all ships fVom infected ports for s.even days in Moi*eton Bay. , Watt and Co. decided that, such a thing was nothing short of .monstrous, and told the Queensland Government that troop ships at least must be freed and- the troops landed at Lytton to be quarantin ed. -All State protests were futile, and overHwo hund...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

J. A. ROWELL HIGH-GRADE TAILOR. First-class Diploma (with honours), British Institute of Tailoring, London 158-158 ApELAibE-SSr.,; BRISBANE 'Phone— Centraii ,2480. . ? Pair Erwrr Kvtu*. ; - Sew) Ur Wmtnt* Prtc« Uf. Will **** »u I mooey, cue jrou ud W-| I* CMAlort I SURGICAL SUPPLIES LTD. Quee«-$t. .Brisbane. Lomos if Coy. General Merchajits, PALM ERIN-STREET, WARWICK.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

SMELLIE & COY. Ironmongery and Machinery Merchants. WOOD, COAL, & GAS STOVES |j|\ HOLLOW-WARE, ENAMELLED ' STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS Machinery, Agricultural Implements, & Ironyard— ALICE & EDWARD STS. Ironmongery for Builders and Household Use: tDWARD STREET; also QUEEN STREET (opp. Q.P.O.) Northern Branches at TOWNSVILLE,' CAIRNS and AYR.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Sugar Industry and Returned Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

The Sugar Indusiry and Ret upsed Soldiers* The fact that carie-harvesting work is at an end for the season should not pre vent this phase of work being considered as a possible outlet for returned soldiers. There is no reason why the means should not be afforded of enabling men who have served their country from em banking in work which is probably the most .remunerative manual labour in all the wide world. We are sure that the sugar producers would aid any developments in this di rection with all the influence in their power, and even with financial assistance. It may be said that union, principles may step in and block the course sug gested, but in that regard the position must be firmly taken up that as the A.I.F. was asserted during- the war, to be the -greatest and grandest union that ever took form — and it was — then surely the returned soldiers may claim, and should claim, that the union continues to exist, although the members exchange khaki for mufti. And in the relation o...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

Electric Ointment Cures Old Sores, Skin Diseases. Freckles, San Tail ? ? 1/6 CHEMtST WILKINSON™^ JOHN HODGE, Surgical Instrument and Truss Maker to the General, and Children's Hospital «EORGE-STREET, BRISBANE. (Opposite Supreme Court) L*dy in attendance. 'Phone 602: Cutlery Ground and Set. MDUMllLL & HANSEN | House, Land and Estate \ | Agents, ? '? 329 QUEEN-STREET. 'Phone 6467 ! (Nfext 'National Leader' Office) Printed' Jiy ROBT. McGREGOR & CO. for the Returned Soldiers and Citizens' Political P'ederation (Quefpsland;, DjTviBion) and published by L. R: S'ONTEFIORE, President and A. J; d s Topor-Markowicz,. Seeretacy; o£ Brisbane:. r

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE COLOUR LINE IN AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

THE COLOUR LINE IN AFRICA. We have , our White Australia inL .the ? Comtoonwealth and could hardly expect that Africa should follow our lead. In truth that would mean depopulation. In the midst of the anxious days de voted to the solving of tough problems, the Africans have been thinking deeply, and the result is a request that the col our line should be rubbed out. The schoolmaster has been abroad and' the negroes are seeking full political' v rights, also the removal of colour disa- ' bilities. What is to be done? If a ne$ro makes a good soldier, should he not have a vote? Is it just to ask a man to risk his life in defence of a country and yet re fuse him a voice in its government? Of course we know that there is some thing else than the question of education at issue, something more than the sur- . face demand that intelligence must be evolved before electoral privileges are granted. It has been proved that Queens land blacks are capable of education,' and yet nowhere has tfce» ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE EDITOR'S DUGOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

THE EDITOR'S DUGOUT. V- ;£ $ ?' - ' ..'l if «? Young Doctor: I haven't lost a patient since I hung up my shingle. Second Ditto: I wish I had your luck. AH mine get well. * * * * 'Who was here with you last night?' 'Well — er — Agnes was here, father.' a; 'Well, tell Agnes she's left her spurs ' and. 'Sam Browne' under the settee.' - £- „ * '^y ^Qy is ill, doctor. Can you ^ cofhe at once?' vi* 'Sorry, but I shan't be able to get . ground under an ' hour.' *' 'For heaven's sake, do! It may be a case of life or death.' 'Why, is it as bad as all that?' 'Not yet. But my wife's got ideas of ?her own on what to do if I shouldn't find you in, and I am afraid she'll do it.' * * * « The burglar had entered the house as quietly as possible, but his -shoes were not padded, and they made some noise. He had just reached the door of. the bed room when he heard someone moving in the bed, as if about to get up, and he paused. The sound of a woman's voice ofloated to his ears. 'If you don't take off ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

©et it ait ^ | These are the things we stock tor the builder. They are of the finest qualities, and we cms. giro you PROMPT DELIVERY —that's a big point nowadays, isn't ^It? EMBOSTEEL METAL CEILINQ8, LEADED LIGHTS, PAINTS, * GLASS, GLASS BEVELLING and SILVERING, GLASS EMB083ING And we hare a large staff of sign writers whose work is of the best S. EXTON & CO. Ltd. QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE; . And at Toowoeraba.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

STMTMPE NATURE'S GREAT SANATORIUM Fir Frait, Mlnrals and Health The ceming district of Queensland! Soldiers and others supplied 'with every requisite for the Land and House* hold. Moderate charges and a fair deal. E. Gleeson, Melbourne House ? GOODS DELIVERED BY MOTOR FREE.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

?v g g /V- I. f * ft '? Yo*Tl be able to atsp hito a better job if yon taJce on one of our Courses NOW. I Tou study to yovr spare tine at home. . Amongst the 250 Stott Courses are — nPlllVIIMI \llllllft^ft \ ? Beokkee|iiiiB» Shorthand, Typewriting, Accountancy, Journalism, Commeralat Art, ? ?vititil llviU u\rlll I vil J ? - Show Card Writing EnBinicrlnfl, Telegraphy, Wireloes, Surveying, Architecture Ae 0^m ^ mat§ Write or eall lor firee booklet, 'Hew to Choose a Career,' and aak abont the ? ~ ^ ^ apodal diaeennt we allow returned rata. , STOn'SsggrSnd CREEK STREET BKISB ^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

Petersen's Farm and Garden Seeds, Fruit Trees, Etc. :-:? When ordering Farm or Garden Seeds,, see that you get , PETERSEN'S. For the Market Gardener, Farmer, \ . Dairyman, or Orchardlst, 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 to June, 1919. * For further information, send for , our Catalogue. Messrs H. A. PETERSEN Ltd. GEORGE STREET, BRISBANE.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 7 February 1919

JOHN BISHOP ( SONS Steam Dyers and Clothes Cleaner*. All work done by machinery. Suits, Cleaned and Pressed, 4/6. . STANLEY-ST.. SOUTH BRISBANE. ?? ? 7——** ? ; — — — ? ; ? ; ? '. . ? '. Returned Soldier's and Others ; Should call or write E, R. HOPPER 8TANTHORPE Specialist in Orchard Properties, for his list of unimproved and improred allotments for sale -*round the district. Agent for Buzacott Ltd.' Orchard Sup- , plies, and Ferguson's Pedigree fruit Trees. ? ? Soldiers and Working Men— 3-COUR8E MEAL, 9d. Grills a Speciality. The Best in the City. Our Motto: Cleanliness, Civility, and Quick Attention. R. Green's Luncheon Rooms, 194. Albert Street. Between Queen-st. and Empire Theatre. NEVER WILL BE BEATEN FOR QUALITY. Royal Hotel, Brisbane. JACK CAIN. T. J. RICHARDS, (Late of Adelaide-street) Umbrella Salesman, Maker & Repairer, 188 ALBERT-STREET, BRISBANE (Between Queen-st and Empire Theatre) WALKING STICKS A SPECIALITY.

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