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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

? 1 ' ? ? -r Returned Soldier's and Others Should call or write E, R. HOPPER 8TANTHORPE Specialist in Orchard Properties, for his list of uniw^jLved and improved allotments for sale Xjund the district-. Agent for Buzacott Ltd. Orchard Sup plies, and Ferguson's Pedigree * Fruit -Trees. TT HE hen that lays is the hen tha,t ' pays. ' The nearer you get to tho ' Egg*a-day ' record the greater success youH have with your poultry! ' Feed your fewls/^ith {Tabor's f lia^tig Mash, Green Bon^ iSgg^^Tb^c,3and^heil Grit for better resuUsr ' Preiiared 'ijy CHAS. TAY LOR &? GO., Poultry Food' {Specialists, Roma-street, Brisbane. NEVER WILL BE BEATEN FQR QUALITY. Royal Hotel, Brisbstie. _ JACK CAIN. T. J. RICHARDS, (Late of Adelaide-street) Umbreila salesman, Maker & Repairer, 188 ALBERT-STREET, BRISBANE (Between Queen-st. and Empire Theatre) WALKING STICKS A SPECIALITY. ,

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Christmastide. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

Christ mast ide. [ The great anniversary of the central point in history, which will be with us an a few days is momentous in all that I i has brought and no less epoch-making * in all that it promises to bring. Never perhaps since that' first. Christ mastide has; there come to the* world a more important stage in the development a«nd evolution of huamnity than that which comes to us with Christmas, 1918; For now as we look back ..on all the weary .years of the war, the days of anxiety, oftentimes the sieeple&s nights fpr thoso whose loved ones were in the war zones, as we remember how tidings of sorrow and grief came to so many in Australia and throughout the Empire and as we ponder how often in the first years of the war, the fortunes swayed to one side and the other forbidding us to he -certain of anything and only telling us to hope, because our cause was founded on righteousness and on the very fact of 3ustice; itself— as we think of all the Empire has borne and all the...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
For Anzac Children. Benjie's Bunyip. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

For Anzac Children, Benjie's Bunyip. Benjie lived with his father on an old time gold licld, H-niewhere in North Queensland. ]Not very successful was his father John- Macfie. He was only a prospector and many people wondered why a strong man in the full power of his manhood had bu^ei* himself at B.lack Rocks, where only Chinamen and a few broken-down old miners were to be foundT' As John Macfie never'told them . -why lie was there nobody ever found out : — at least then. It was very lcnely for Benjie, for his father was often away from home on the . search far lost leaders, but his school life occupied a good part of' his time and then there was his' 'possum. The ''possum was Benjie's mate and many a long talk he had with him, for lie was sure . his furry friend just knew exactly what lie ? said and would have replied, if he could. Benjie -always- 'thought lie |ook'ed^as_ If. lie wanted to speak. . .. ? Benjie 'was just ten . yea!rs old' when the great news came up to Black, Hocks, ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

-OR ALL THE YEAR— , '' BULIMBA BEER. ? ? - ' - ?? ' ? . ? ? V DA ROYAL BEVERAGE— - j? QUEEN LAGER. : - ? , ?? ? ' . -

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DOWN AND OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

DOWN AND OUT* When Ferdy ;of Btilgaria got' his' there-' were no mourners. e n Ferdy is FrericTi ; ' grandsbn of Louis- Philippe ; son of Princess Clementine, ' called in he* Old age the Cleverest' dlpld-' matist of Europe. He belonged to the0 old schoor of r Efuropeaii sfat^shien, : :a^-f - always aimed to fish in the pool that had1' the most trout. ' The French hated hint as an apostite^ ''and' -^inlpliin'ente(f''''-ttld^- with that complete dis tiru s t' which is ao^ ' corded to a finished liar. - 'He bet on the Germans, and lost. , Put him on a' broom ; -give him a eross^ ' „Jng in Paris, and see that, he sweeps It#'1

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO DOMESTICATE THE BOLSHEVIK. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

TO DOMESTICATE THE BOLSHEVIK* Although the Bolshevik serves nt* utlUtarian purpose in Ms wild er inatiyet state and, when wandering about in herds, even constitutes a menace, he ma^ be domesticated and t^uffhi to perforxifi many tasks. - ^ ? To trap a Bolshevik requires but liftla * I ingenuity. He usually is found in groups* roaming' aimlessly over his native 'heath* - these groups being easily located by the- ; immense volumes of sound emanatfng'. ' from them. . j 'Having 'discovered such; a group, standi ' quietly at its edge and single out a likely looking Bolshevik. Byr' frequently re— peating the; word 'Tovarish' the ^uihter* will be able to work his .way into the j herd without creating a panio. Reaching his game/ he should attract - its attention by a genuine plucking of 'the beard, and then whisper, guardedly r 'Come with me; I know where, th£ro is. an unpluoked millionaire.' ' Great caution must' W ' exercised lest; this phrase be overheard by others of the herd, who, in t...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

THE 'RATIOMll. LEADER,' DARRAGH'S BUILDINGS (Opp. N.Z. Insurance Co.), SS1 QUEEN STREET. A Weekly Paper devoted to the encour agement of the National Spirit in Poli tics and everyday life. I Please mail a copy of tfee 'National leader ' for a period of twelve months, for. which. I enclose the snaa ©f 5/6, or 3/- for six months. Name ? ; Address ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . . ? ? , The National Leader. ? i ? ? ? ? ? ? m. *jf '? ? ? ??' Published Weekly. OWB PENNY DECEMBER 20, 1918.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A CENTRAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

A CENTRAL POSITION. 'Mamma,' shoooited little Willie froi» ' the nursery, 'Johnnie wants, half thtf-' ' , , bed.' ^ : v ' '\Vell,' queried his mother, 'isn't he-4 entitled to half of it?' * - 'Yes,' ; replied Willie, 'but he wants * / his half in. the middle.' ? '*

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Down Grade Political Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

Down Grade Political Life. The Editor, ^'The National Leader.' . Dear Sir,— The moral tone of political life in Queensland has been steadily on the down grade for some years past. The Hon. William Kidston when Pre mier, and returning from a visit to Eng land, brought out one motor car for Ministerial use, and for this extravag ance, as it was then termed, he received endless abuse and vituperation at the tongues of Labour in opposition. After the Ryan party obtained possession of the Treasury benches Ministerial motors soon became a, prominent feature in Brisbane traffic, and until chauffeurs be came expert, the perilous adventures of Ministers, their sisters, their cousins and their aunts provided sensational para graphs for the Brisbane 'dailies.' Encouraged perhaps by the fact that no public protest has ever been made against costly joy-riding and other- ex travagances indulged in at the expense of the taxpayer, the Ryan Government have descended to still lower depths. Desiring t...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

Mr. Ryan considers 'there is no need for disciplinary methods for the- Labour Party/' That is a solid fact, which non party organisations would do well to re cognise in regard to themselves. \ s : * * * # A camp for .school boys, including some from Brisbane, at Picnic -Point, Toowoomba is a grand- idea in connec tion with Christmastide. Hoalth and scenic magnificence with nature studies for the lads do credit to Mr. Hardacre's head and heart alike. One .often hears the term small-eaters, ? generally, however associated with poor health. -Drought seasons are turning at- v tention to cattle which, while eating less, are as healthy others. * * * .# Is it an omen in regard to Labour that it should remove Jacob's Ladder, in other words, a communication be tween earth and heaven? * * * * The Goviernment machinery must work very -slowly indeed when, an abo riginal leper is segregated for ten weeks in what must be the Court House pad dock at Cooktown pending 'arrange- ments for removal.' &...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

figrj JtlRUSSB Fwr . Evwry Bnptwr*. | SmmI far Haatntid Pafc* Ltat. WW save wu I moMTi m youi aind, aad faciac tm comfort | SURGICAL SUPPLIES LTD. I Queen-st., Brisbane. -HHBHNHHHBBMMHEOnHBinBHnniHBi McPhie & Co. Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents ?' TOOWOOMBA F. F. TAUDEVIN STANTHORPE Cabinetmaker, Joiner, and Picture v Framer .f Agent for Walton Bros., Furnishers, Brisbane. Exchange Printing t For All Classes of Printing, Stationery, &c. 386 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE. Tel. 145.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Why should a Woman Join the Queensland Women's Electoral League? [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

Why should a Woman Join the Queensland Women's Electoral League? First beoausje its most important object is Loyalty to the British Throne; and its * work during the past four and a-quarter years has been a fine part of the realisa tion of -that ?object. Then on the principle that 'Union is Strength', every woman ought to join an organisation: tliat is out to fight in her and her children's interests. To streng then such an organisation, is a sure way' of securing rights and reforms.. This One Big Union of women would be an ideal, union. For the reason that the Queensland Women's Electoral League has worked without regard to any one * section of the people. It . has steadily kept in view, the good of the whole com munity without distinction of class or creed. It was the first of any woman's political organisation to secure direct legislation; Two Acts 9tand to its credit, and these are for the common good, al though benefitting women first. This is an age of specialisation, and wome...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
In the Time of Reckoning [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

In the Time of Reckoning To YOU WHO FOUGHT — it is to you the ~ vict'ry, 'Tis unto you our cheers and thanks are due, Who thro' the long dark nights of pain and waiting Fought ever on, and to your land were true; Now dawns for you that beauteous peace ful morning, When, darkness past, you hear far o'er - the foam The voices you have ached for, softly calling, And see hands stretched to welcome you back home; So with thcTicnowledge that you've done your duty, Proved heroes by the pain and danger past, Deserving all your Country's praise and homage, With conscience clear, may you return at last. To YOU WHO DIED — to you too is the vict'ry, You who laid down your lives that this might be, -That by so doing we might have this hour, Which you yourselves would never live to see. O, sacred dead, who lie in France and Egypt, And on the Anzac heights are wrapped in sleep. Know ye that now the last great work is ended, The harvest you have sown we now may reap:. With what proud, grateful hear...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

Our Third Year. / A Word to Members of 1 he League. , u Weigh in with your Wads.'* _ The Returned Soldiers and. Patriots' National Political League has entered upon Its third year of activity. Henceforth it will be known as the Queensland Division of the Returned Soldiers and. Citizens Political Federation. This federation links up the Returned soldiers and loyal citizens of Australia, into one huge political organisation which is in no way allied to any party. It is out for Australia, with Big Australian ideas. This tremendous factor in the political world was brought into being mainly by the work done by the Queensland League, which was the pioneer of the. move ment. T.he work was done by self-sacrificing returned soldiers and citizens at heavy cost to themselves. It is /now your opportunity to join in this splendid progressive movement. The annual subscription to the Queensland Division of the Federation is, for— Returned Soldiers . . .. . . ...... .. .. ... 1/- v Citizens (males...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

STMTIOHPE NATURE'S GREAT SANATORIUM for Fruit, Minerals and 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. Gleeson,: Melbourne House GOOD8 DELIVERED BY MOTOR FREE.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

NOTICE. - The contributed articles in this issue do not necessarily^ represent the views of this journal. They merely ventilate the opinions of -their contributors. — Ed. ui tr ' . .. v :

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Australians. Written after hearing a Wealthy merchant speak disparagingly of Australians ETHEL M. CAMPBELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

Australians, j .Written after hearing- a wealthy mer chant speak disparagingly of' Australians ETHEL M. CAMPBELL.- j The writer of thesfe verses will be re- a membered by all Australian soldiers who- -3 called at Durban en route to the front. ? J Her glorious enthusiasm -and her wel- j| come, 'her loyalty, and her kindness will ; long- be remembered by the. Anzacs who. 1 Were cheered on their way. — Ed. L.). j We stain d on the shores of Durban, 1 And waitch the transports go To Emgland from Australia, - Hurrying* to and fro, \ ^ Bearing- the men of a .Nation I Who are heroes to the core, To stand or fall by the Motherland, lAnd they're sending- thousands more. j We've watched the ships .returning ' . With 'the crippled ajnd the maimed, - With limbs that trail and falter; Theirs .and immontal name. I The deathless name of 'Anzac,' | That thrills from Pole to Pole, The remnants of the heroes - On the long- and Glorious. Roll. And noW in .their tens of hundreds, \ . Gome the men to fi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

H man is judged by the company lie keeps and the brand of Whisky he prefers. jmi a f Is the choice of men who I J /'A appreciate high quality.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

Ku tuber's Luncheon Rooms, Opp. Criterion Hotel, GEORGE STREET. MEALS 1 /-. MEALS 1/-. Oldest established Restaurant in Bris bane. Clcanlln&sf, Civility, Best Atten tion. A trial solicited. Jofin E. Rowland & Co. Wholesale and Retail Hardware Merchants, WARWICK. Write for Quotations. Tel. 6133. e. RISHES Ladies' Skirts and Blouses. Suits to Measure from 75/-. Perfect fit guaran teed. Boots and Mercery. 3 and 5 Pike's Buildings, - . ® MEL BOURN E-ST., SOUTH BRISBANE.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 20 December 1918

'SoLonaas it's a Bed.' You, Mr. Man, probably don't mind what you sleep on, so long as it's a bed; but what about your wife? She is wrapt up in her home, and likes things that look good and beautiful - to the eye of her visitors. Let us quote yon for anything in the way of ITurniture or Bedding. Rosensten gel's. THE FURNITURE PEOPLE Toowoomba & Oalby,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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