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THE SOLDIER'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

THE SOLDIER'S RETURN. When wild war's deadly blast was blown, And gentle peace returning, Wi monie a sweet babe fatherless, And monie a widow mourning. I left the lines and tented field, Whpra lonff I'd been a lodffer. My humble knapsack a' my wealth, A poor, but honest, sodger. For gold the merchant ploughs the main, The farmer ploughs the manor ; But 'glory . is the sodger's prize, ' The sodger's wealth his honour. The brave poor sodger. ne'er despise, Nor count him as a stranger : Remember he's his country's stay In day and hour of danger. —Burns.

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IF CONSCRIPTION IS NECESSARY. MR. ADAMSON'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

' ^ IF CONSCRIPTION 18 KE0ES8ARK . iiA . r/- ? MR, ADAMSOK*S POSITION. - In a speech delivered from the steps of the G.P.O. on Wednesday last, Mr. Adamson, Minister ?for Railways, stated very clearly his position in regard to the conscription issue. At the outset, Mr^ Adamson remarked on certain^ veiled references made by a previous. speaker tp. some of the members °of the Caucus ^'EartVi D^rti cularly in their delation t^? the conscription issue. ' I have not come here abu^vanybody,' s^id Mr. Adamson. ' The men who -iake;? a different view in this case to myself ^ ^gi^^j|Q{dO; this, and are exercising thei^tj^fs phen do it! What I have come here to do islto , Sky this: that nobody shall prevent. niV \frojn speaking what I t^elieve to be right. 'l elaim for myself in i this connection the same right as I w*-uld concede to them. I am not here to speak about - conscription. As a principle, I do not believe in conscription. Nor (I9 I believe in any kind of coercion that can be' avoided...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

The National Leader ' DARRAGH'S BUILDINGS, (Opp. N.Z. Insurance Co.) 331 QUEEN ST. A Weekly Paper Devoted to the encouragement of the National Spirit in Politics and every day lifo. ' Please mail a copy of the 'National Leader' for a period of twelve months, for which I enclose the sum of 5/6, or 3/- for six months. Name ? ? . . . ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Address. . . .. ...... ... . . . . ? ? — ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

'VEST POCKET KODAK ss With the Vest Pocket Autographic Kodak, splendid little snapshots of your soldier friend can be made by you before he leaves for the war. And when he has gone you can send him MM? delightful snapshots of home life. I llfifilil There is nothing to equal the Vest Pocket Autographic Ipjjl \X^ \ss IVM Kodak as a gift for the soldier, for itenables him to bring back ||§||jk W™ a personal record of his own share in the great War. H m |V\ iv| ggrafflB ^ Needs no focussing, is easy to operate, always ready, never |j jgij I gets out of order. Takes pictures 2£in. x If in., which -an be n | j|j| Iglti readily enlarged. Price, 30/- Other Kodaks up to £15/2/-. Inspect this wonderful little camera, or write for new descrip Of AH Kodak Dealers and— KODAK (AUSTRALASIA) LTD, Baker ft Boobo, Prop., Iito. 250-252 QUEEN ST., BRISBANE ^Now ZviOud.* J DUNCAIdFE & Go. QUEENSLAND, LIMITED. only Address— George St., Brisbane. The People's Tailors and Outfitters MTABLISHBD 1880...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

Jfllnn and Stark Limited. Paper Panamas Absolutely snow white, soft and pliable, can he worn any shape. Can he renovated and made eqtial - to new several times. In Small and Medium Shapes. 129, 6d. to 25s. J. A. Eowell, IfirBt-olaso Diploma (with honours) British Institute of Tailoring, ? London. ' 156-158 ADELAIDE ST., BRISBANE. Phone— Central 2480. MEETINGS Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League A PUBLIC MEETING WILL BE HELD Albert Spuare, Saturday, 23rd jnst., 8 p.m. Subject : 'OUR NATIONAL IDEALS -fc AUSTRALIAS POSITION INTHEWAR'' Speakers — Mb. Robt. Wells (General Organising Seo.), and others BOLL UP ! QUESTIONS INVITED Returned Soldiers ag Patriots' Kationat League . ? A PUBLiq MEETING . will lie held in the Town Hall, Ipswich THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th at 8 p.m. HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR WILL PRESIDE 8UBJECT: ' pur National Ideals '? J Speakers— Mr. Robt. Wells (General Organising Secretary) and others ROLL UP ! QUESTIONS INVITED

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE TRADE OF GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

THE TRADE OF GERMANY. Our readers have probably been warned often enough that as soon as peace is declared, Germany will, at all costs, attempt to recapture her lost foreign trade, and to flood the world with her1 goods. To do this, she will be prepared to under sell all competitors in every market. Already her Government is secretly encouraging her ; ? ; ... manufacturing concerns to remove the word 'Made in, Germany' from all their , products ; and these goods are going to neutral countries, and being- stamped with their marks. The only possible way we have of protecting ourselves at present is for everybody to combine, and refuse to purchase anything that is not manufactured in this country. Even American goods are suspect, because we know of cases where goods have been shipped from Germany to Sweden, from Sweden to America, marked as ' Made in America, ' and shipped back to this country. You .would scarcely think that it paid the Germans to do this. As a matter of fact, it doesn...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INTERNMENT Of ALIEN ENEMIES. COME AND SIGN THE LOYALISTS PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

INTERNMENT OF ALIENS ENEMIES. COME AND SIGN THE LOYALISTS PETITION. The question of interning all aliens of enemy origin is one which has been energetically approached by the Returned Soldiers and Patriots National League. All loyal Britishers who are in favour of interning such people are mvited to sign a petition, which As to be seen at the offices of the Returned Soldiers and Patriots National League, Darragh's Buildings, 331 Queen Stree .

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

I™ Front Line, POZJERES FRANCE, / i9i C ^ ^ ^ AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE £ (LIMITED) I GENERAL MANAGER: SIR WILLIAM BIRDWOOD Qwsbnsum fAQENTs: QUEENSLAND RECRUITING COMMITTEE,. PRESTON HOUSE, QUEEN STREET, BRISBANe. Jo I \ ? ' ' . ? ' ' v.. 1 - ' ' !- ' /t*/f siC&gL. Supremacy of ^Dunlops' in reipcct to Quality, Strength and Wear ^ has ga'm«5 these Australian-made Tyres a popularity amongst Motorists that only Satisfactory Service couid build up and — ? ft maintain. THERE IS NO NEED TO 'V (BUY IMPORTED TYRES. 'Dunlops' ,cost yon less and run further. Compare the Prices, illustrated ust on application fit 'DtitttcpS-ilicy ensure Economy & less trouble THE DUNLOP RUBBER CO. of AU3T, LTD. 108 Flinders St., Melbourne 103-103 Flinders St, Adelaide 268-274 Adelaide St, Brisbane 255 Clarence St, Sydney 116 Worcester St., Chrlstchurch ^ 53 Cameron St.. Launceston 67 King Street Perth 95 Courtenav Place, Wellington Oitri Je™!2 ' - Prteters — Lithograpbsrs— Stationers Patristic...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ENLISTMENT OF MEN OF ENEMY ORIGIN. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

ENLISTMENT OF MEN OF ENEMY ORIGIN. About the time of the last general meeting of the Queensland Recruiting Committee, a regulation was introduced, providing for the enlistment of men of enemy parentage, upon the granting and endorsement of a certificate of loyalty signed by each of the five members of the local confidential committee of .the district where the applicant resided. This did not admit a very great numoer of men into the forces, by reason of the difficulty of always being able to get five men in any one locality to swear that the applicant was personally known to them to be loyal. Recently, however, this regulation has been slightly modified, and it is now possible for a man to secure admittance to the A.I.F. on a certificate of three of the local committeemen, provided the other two committee men know nothing against the applicant. (Fred. R. Brown, Zillman Road,. Hendra.)

Publication Title: National Leader
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POLITICAL PELLETS. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

POLITICAL PELLETS. In the Federal House on Wednesday last, Mf*», Finlaysoa asked the Prime Minister if, in order to encourage recruiting, he would shut up all race courses and stadiums ? The Prime Minister said there were many things he would like to shut up. (Prolonged laughter.) He did not intend to take on the job suggested. Possibly -recruiting might be somewhat stimu lated if the eight Australian Parliaments were shut up. The members could be put to better use than the expenditure of energy in useless floods oi language. — (Ed., ' National Leader.') This is the way the people who regard themselves as the salt of the earth treat their fellow unionists. A recruiting sergeant, who had done nearly two years' active service, was strolling through the crowd at a recruiting meeting the other night, when lie was accosted by a man who belonged to the union in which he was a member before the war. The man asked him what he was doing in khaki, and he replied that he hftd just returned aft...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AUSTRALIA, ARISE. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

AUSTRALIA, ARISE. ' Arise, Australia, rise, With starry flag unfurled, Proclaim our Paradise, A welcome to the world; Our citizens invite, All- peoples, noble, free, True workers, who delight To share our liberty: ' Arise, Australia, rise, Run up the flag unfurled, The British Paradise Gives welcome to the world ; As citizens to share The burden and the fight, In peace pursuits to bear The victorv of right.' The recruiting staff, a real live world; have been trying to enforce on the public all that these simple, yet conclusive words convey. So many have. been glad to be associated with a flag with such noble traditions in peace time, and now that \.he supreme test has come, when actions speak kinder than words, when deeds are required, and can alone save that glorious freedom which, from the days of Magna Charta, have been the pre-, dominant factor of the British race. Surely now it cannot be said that fair Australia must cry aloud for reinforcements in vain, to support the brave fe...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE HOUR HAS STRUCK. AUSTRALIA CAN BE FREE BY VOTING CONSCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

THE MQUU HAS STRUCK. AUSTRAL8A CAfS BE FREE BY VOTSM® COKSORIFTSOf4. Supreme effort is the price of victory, says Mr. Hughes, in his manifest?? to the people. This is a war to the death, a fight to a finish. The future of Australia, and the hopes of Australian demo cracy Jiang upon that victory. We are called upon to do our share in the great offensive against our enemy. We are not called upon to do more than our share, but our share we must do. As the strain becomes greater, so we must endure more, and endeavour more. _ Mr. Hughes on the need for men For September of this year, 32,500 men are required, and for each subsequent month, 16,500 men, to maintain our five divisions in the field. This is the task before us, and from it we ought not, must not, dare not, shrink. Our only hope of national safety, and of retaining our liberties, lies in a decisive victory by Britain and her Allies over the hosts of military despotism. While our lives and liberties are at stake, how can we do m...

Publication Title: National Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

'M A X W E L-L' The Maxwell Gar appeals to Prospective Car Buyers more than any other make, especially at the present time, on account of its low cost of up-keep and low initial cost. 5 Passenger - £325. 2 Passenger - -310 (with Electric Starter, Lights, etc.) W. F. TURK MOTORS Ltd. Adelaide Street, Brisbane. ALL KHAKI M XJ SICAL SOCIETY. FIRST TOLONTARY ALL KHAKI CONCERT, To be held under the Auapioes of the above Society in the Exhibition Hall, Sat. Evening Next, Sept. 23rd, at 8 p.m. - COMPLIMENTARY TO Y.M.C.A. WORK FOR OUR SOLDIERS EVERYWHERE. Special Feature— Every Artist a Soldier, including Sergeant -Major C. P. M'Kenzie, Basso; Private J. Magnus Fisher, Tenor; Lieut. J. Willis, Humourist ; Sergeant Frank Grose, Euphonium Soloist ; Lieut. J. Heaton, Baritone; Corp. Norman Campbell, Elocutionist ; Bugler G. Wilson, Ventrilo- \ quist ; and Master Ernie Warner, Soprano ; Captain J. King-Patrick, Accompanist; Mr. Victor E. Galway, Mus. Bac. Organist. . TICKETS— 1/- and 2/- each. ...

Publication Title: National Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

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RETURNED SOLDIERS AND PATRIOTS' NATIONAL LEAGUE. PUBLIC MEETING IN WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

RETURNED SOLDIER8 AND PATRIOTS' NATIONAL LEAGUE. PUBLIC MEETING IN WARWICK. The President, Mr. W. Willjams, aad General ' Organising Secretary, - Mr. Robt. Wells, of the ? Returned Soldiers and Patriots' National League, addressed a' large .public meeting, m Warv^ck, last week. The Mayor (Aid. J. Hutchings) ? presided. , The - subject discussed was ? '* Our National I Ideals and Australia's Position in the War.' Mr. .i Williams, in dealing with the present position of ! ? Australia in the .war, said a percentage of people, i - ' .although they were proud -of the part Australia1] had played, 'and .- the great . name her sons had I ? made,' lost sight of .one most , important fact, and that was, that the end of the war was not yet . ^ . ' - in sight, and that- men were still required in large . Bumbeis, to fill the temble gaps in the ranks of v the Austedian irmy. The - figures x showed that v : the -men equipped,. in training, and sent forward, numbered -about 275,000. The casualty l...

Publication Title: National Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

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RECRUITING QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

RECRUITING QUERBES. Mr. Robert Wells, our General Organising Secretary, when lecturing the other week at a public meeting in Ipswich, was asked the following questions, which are here appended, with Mr. Wells' replies. (1) Is it generally known by your men that 'the soldiers are paid with money borrowed from financiers at 4£ per cent., and any shortage is made up from the public by way of charity ? Mr. Wells : I am quite well aware that money is borrowed from financiers at 4-| per cent., and the questioner has also got the privilege of investing - any money he has at 4£ per cent., whether he is a financier or not. Loans are raised from the public in general, and not from financiers only. No shortage is made up from the public by way of charity, as there is no shortage for the soldier's ' pay. Charities are merely made subsidiary institutions. (2) Do you believe this is sufficient inducement to men to volunteer ? v Mr. Wells': Yes ; as a man who takes up arifts to fight for his count...

Publication Title: National Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — National Leader — 22 September 1916

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