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THE JUTLAND BATTLE. British Preponderance. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

THE JUTLAND BATTLE. *** British Preponderance. BU* In the course of a remarkable article in the 'London Magazine,' Mr. Winston Churchill, has -the ^following to say about the great Jutland naval battle ' We have seized the initia tive, and gathered all the advantages, that our silent attack upon the vital i interests of th'e enemy proceeds -vithout cessation, winter and summer, night and day, year in, year ' out. No obligation of war requires us to go further. The next move is with the Tf ic o norf-ar»f1tr cimnlft ortrl A I. AO u- U1AU obvious move. If they do not take it, it because they are not strong enough to take it, and do not dare to take it. Never was need greater, or remedy more plain. The /above position is complete in itself, and from our point ©it view thoroughly satisfactory in itself. When we come to the battle of Jutland. New and additional features are presented. There was no need_for the British to seek that battle at all. There was no strategic cause or com pulsion...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

JOHNSON'S LIMITED. The House Second to None for all classes of ? ? — — — Indoor and Outdoor Catering Executed In the Best and Latest -Style N*M «teo tor tbrir Wedding and Birthday Cakes aqd as being Maaufacturers erf the Genuine Sand (ike ? - * ? *. .. .» i 7 ' .y

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CANADA'S HALF MILLION And Australian Equipment [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

CANADA'S HALF MILLION And Australian Equipment. j The assurance of a politician that ]his! country Would stand by the Motherland to the ' last man and the jast shilling,' does not imply a willing ness on the part of the people' to go tiies whpte hog. -In Australia it almost led to compulsory service, for Mr. HUghess, idllbwing the lead bf Mr. Fisher, led the Imperial government to believe that Australia was prepared to send all her available men, if the need arose. Australia was not prepared, as the result of the Referendum has proved. Canada, on the other hand, promised half a million men months ago ; and although that number has not been sent to France, the men are available. Why Canada has been more eager than Australia to allow the depletion of her fit male population it is difficult to understand. Although she is nominally under the shelter of the Monroe Doctrine, she is not a part of the United States, and in a grave international crisis affecting her existence as a Dominion o...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

- ' I Irtrlljt 7,5! | Printers— Llthofirapiuirs — Stationers Patriotic Flag Manufacturers QUEEN ST., BRISBANE A tru* to life likeness, together with dainty lightlngand artietie posing in every photograph taken by MR. C. J. WILEY, i at the Studio of;— THE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHER,* 246 QUEEN (ST., BRISBANE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

o 'Sht Rational fEeaier. PVBLiSKKB WlXKLY. ONE PENNY. BRISBANE. FRIDAY, NOV, 17, 1916

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

RETURNED SOLDIERS AND PATRIOTS' NATIONAL LEAGUE. ITS AIMS AND OBJECTS. Following are the aims and objects of the Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League. The above National League has been formed, having in view the following immediate objects— . ' 1. To do all in our power to win and bring tho war to an early and successful conclusion. H 2. To protect the interests of all Soldiers, Sailors, and their dependents. 3. To deport all interned alien enemies at the close of the war. H 4. To foster, encourage, and develop all Australian resources, industries and productions. 5. To form a National Policy for a Progressive Australia at the conclusion of the war.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

Sp AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURES 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 our Furniture will not question the {Statement that there is no finer Furniture made. JOHN HfCKS & CO., LIMITED, GEORGE & ANN STREETS, BRISBANE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

DATH HENDERSON & GO. Limited. GERERAL TIMBER MERCHANTS and JOINERS, BRISBANE, Are absolutety the most reliable firm for all kinds of Timber and Joinery. All Dressed Pins Kiin Dried. Prices are the Lowest.^Quality only the Best. JOINERY A SPECIALITY. Take a Bulimba Tram which lands you at tne Works, or Ring up PHONE 181— when best attention will bo given. ?. lit. Jj| . Price may limit choice, but never varies the quality of I RYDER WORKMANSHIP See Window Display AN Irresistible Range of 'FRESCO1 Suitings. ? - RYDER LTD., QUEEN ST., Brisbane* JOIN TFfE CLUB. THE ONLY CLUB. T|E CARLTON CLUB H0TE1, Harry Green, 'Phone 770. ' Profrietml Queensland Trustees Limited, Directors: Hon. A. J. Carter, M.L.o..(Chair man), Hon, F. T. Brkmtnall, m.l/6., Hon. G. W. Gray, W. W. Hood, Esq., Hon. E. D. Miles, Sir^ROBMV Philp, k.o.h.o. \ Authorised Capital £500,000 Capital Paid,. - £25,250 % ReserveFund - £19, 000 £20,000 Jrfvested in Government Debenture* in the- nam* of the Colonial Treasurer...

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OUR NATIONAL IDEALS. LEAGUE JUSTIFIES ITSELF. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

OUR .NATIONAL IDEALS. LEAGUE JUSTIFIES ITSELF. A certain J. E. Todd, writing in a morning contemj-orary, wants to know what happens after the ' welcome home ' to returned soldiers. He is aware of the various funds and associa tions. He suggests that all returned men should receive a free railway pass for life on Government railways. As to what happens after the 'welcome home, returned soldiers can testily. | Most of them are presented with a lump sum by the Patriotic Fund, and some, those who have sufficient cash to comply with the conditions, are as sisted by the Repatriation Fund. Nothing of a really practical nature has been attempted in the way of providing permanent jobs for returned soldiers. The various war councils are putting in a good deal of time dealing with the question of employment, and there are various associations through out the Commonwealth whose mission is to look after the social requirements of the returned soldier. So far as this paper is aware, there are onl...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

Uri ' ?' Battalion Colors - Real Enamel, li designed and . — made by— Fiavelle, Roberts & Sankeo LIMITED, The Oldest Jewellery Firm Iq Australia GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL, QUEEN STREET. ?AUMCK BARRY, Proprietor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

BERBER'S PAINTS ,w Md For nearly a hundred and aixty yaaar BERGER'S PAINTS have stood first in the field — unexcelled for colour, permaneney, weather resistance, and long wear. Besides — 'Remember that BERBER'S PAINT (Prepared) Is British. It costs no more than inferior paints, see that you get it! Cans are fall imperial measure, and further, BERGER'S is guaranteed to give better results than a ny other paint. Colour Cards and all Particulars from JA1ES G&9PBELL & SONS, Limited, Distributing Agents for Queensland, 12 — 24 CREEK 8T., BRISBANE Metropolitan and Suburban Sub-agents Coupon Furnishing Co., Woolloongabba Henry T. Sands, Brunswick Si, Valley J. R. Wyllie & 8ons, Albion

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

SEND YOUR Motor Covers & Tubes For Repair TO Harvey Frost Vuloanlzlng Oo. Ltd., BIPERT HOTOR TYRE RIPJUKERS. Sol# Agoatet 'Firestone* MOTOR TYRES. TUBES and ACCESSORIES. Adelaide Street. BRIISAM. Ws htm Iht mostuH*4tts VakMbtag; Plant In Aintnlii tHiy.t TOUR INSPtfOmill« IKVIfiB.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

'Put that in your pipe v I AND SMOKE IT.' REFEREE ' I t - THE : T / VU AUSTRALIAN | Mr ' I - TOBACCO. I ?_ \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

Happy Motoring Trips. Mbmth sifter Montla are only possible when your Gar is shod with the right class of tyre to withstand continual hard driving on our roads. Free from trouble outings, with a low running cost for tyre upkeep, is what every Motorist wants. Whether he gets it depends very considerably on his choice of tyres. Taking the bulk of Motorists in this country to-day, it can be confidently asserted that the majority of them use 'Duiilops,' and are satisfied from actual experience that these tyres have no equal for Strength, Quality and Service. It's a position won by supplying only first-class tyres that cost less J than the imported article, yet give better all-round results on our roads. _ Motorists can select Australian-made ' Dunlops' with every confidence of obtaining tyre satisfaction and fair treatment A - in the event of tyre adjustments. MADE IN ONE T If QUALITY ONLY— THE BEST. Obtainable all Sizes at Leading Garage*. / UJJMff DUKLOP RUBBER, CONPAKT II Hi M&am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

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 ia the City. All Prices. Discount for Cash. ? ? * 142 QUEEN STREET. BRANCH OPTICAL PARLOURS: 229 Edward Street, Brisbane.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

THE 'National Leader' DARRAGH'S BUILDINGS/ (Opp. N.Z. Insurance Co.) SS1 QIIEEN ST. A Weekly Pap»r Devoted to the oiteour&*«~ mont ol theNational Spirit In Politic* oa#- ?very day life. Please mail a copy of tks ' National Leader ' for a period of twelve months, for which I enclose the sum of S/8, or 3/ for six months . Name . . . . ® ? ? Address . . ? ? ? OPTICIANS, 291 QUEEN ST., BRISBANE (Noxt to O.P.O.) DON'T READ THIS! But! if you are wanting a Q00D SM0KH GIVE ' E. CooDer.H1 Q8or** 8lrelrt' ^ 9 BRISBANE, ^ A TRIAL. All Kinds High Grade Tobaooos, Cigars, and Cigarette* and Fancy Goods kept 1b Stock. First Class Hair Dressing Saloon, fitted with the latest Eleotrical Applianoe*. Civilty and Cleanliness a Speciality. Amerioan Pip# Mixture, absolutely the Beit Smoke in Tows* 0d. per os., 1/9 per |lb., 7/- per lb. Sourf' Fluid, guaranteed cure for all Soalp and head diseases. All Kinds Beat Fishing Taokle kept in stock. Sole Agent for the Famous Perfects Cigars, 3d. each. Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

J. A. Rowell, S * TAILOR Firatolasa Diploma (with honours) British Institute of Tailoring, London. 168-168 ADELAIDE ST.. Phont— Central USI. BRISBANE. JfUam Stark Limited. Paper Panamas Absolutely snow white, soft and pliable, can be worn any shape. Can be renovated and made equal to new several times. In Small and Medium Shapes. 12s. 6d. to 25s. Drink Teachers Whisky

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FROM THE TRENCHES. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

▼ ▼ ▼ F j I FROM THE TRENCHES I Mr. C. Meredith, of the Chief Agisoun Gr ants' Branch, Railway De^artmen^, has received the -following interesting letter from .Cecil - Woods, late of the same branch. Cecil writes from .-a hospitalin Birmingham. ' Things are going on, pretty, well, and I am on the road to good health once again. - By all accounts:, in . the , papers, our troops are doing well out -in France. VOuir battalion made : an attack . on- the Somme, and took a fair, piece x-f- grQujid fr&m rthe Boche. Of course, it was what we had been wanting to ? do ; for a long1; -time, to meet him. -at -close quarters.. ; That is. the only time when you can. get a bit of :your own back,-. France is a pretty country ; the, lingo is the main trouble, ; but still we : try to make ourselves understood wherever we go. -I am away from France: now, and can tell you it is good to have a spdll aWay from the firing line- -for a while. We are in an - English Hospital in Birmingham, and are h...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THROUGH OUR PERISCOPE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

V -V ▼ ? THROUGH OUR PERISCOPE. William Morris Hughes made a fine speech at the Lord Mayor's dinner in Melbourne last week. At least, it was a fine speech from the point of view of those who voted 'Yes.' It was very evident, irom the general tone of the speech that Mr. Hughes is tremendously disappointed ? with the I ? u _ c t- _.c — ? ? ? ; — ? i lCbUiL Ui LUC XVCiCl CUUd. Cd.iiipd.lgU, cUiU he had every reason to be, for was it not portion of the State he represents which was primarily responsible for his defeat. It was not only a defeat of his proposals, it was a defeat of all those high Imperial ideals which he and his followers held sacred. The word ' No,' now that the anti conscriptionists have carried the day, has assumed a tremendous significance to Australian people. A little word of but two letters, yet, when applied to a question affecting the Empire, it is fraught with vital consequences. Mr. Hughes thinks many of those who voted ' No ' already regret a vote* which now, ...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEN ALL WERE FOR THE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 17 November 1916

WHEN ALL WEREFOR THE PARTY. ' Hansard ' men must get bored stiff sometimes, when the member for Toowong gets on the rampage. Mr. Macartney was an excellent legislator, or rather representative, when his crowd held the reins of Government, but in opposition his sole function seems to be that of chief disDenser of hot air. In the House on Wednesday last, he and the Premier, who by the way is an equally capable exponent of the art of spout, managed between them to fill seven columns of ' Hansard.' It was not debate, nor yet argument, but merely a flood of recrimination and veiled insult, for which party politicians throughout Australia have become famous. Here is some of it. We hope you like ' your party partisans, people of Queensland. Mr. Macartney : It mav have been the hon. gentleman got that £1,500 e ther to cover his own fee, or the expenses of his own fee and solicitor — I do not know — but it is not the position that we would expect a gentleman in the position of Chief Secretar...

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