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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

Qet it at EXTON'S These aire the things we stock fox the builder. They ? are of tfci finest qualities, and we can give - . you .v': i'' PROMPT DELIVERY \ ? — th&t's a big point nowadays, isn't it? EMBOSTEEt METAL CEILINGS, LE^DE#4-IGHTSr PAINTS, GLASS, GLASSBEVELLING and SILVERING, GLASS EMBOSSING And we have a large staff of sign writers whose work is of the best R. 'S. EXTON & CO. Ltd. QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE: And at Toowoomba. ? ? ? - ? »

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

STAHTHBRPEl NATURE'S GREAT SANATORIUM Fer Fruit, iiaerals and Hea th 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 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 — 1 March 1919

? '-flfe :'0elco Light ' . . ? FOR THE FARM, ST^ToN or HOMESTEAD .. /service. , ' ? ' Y°u can mstal 50 to 60 lights, but the aver- ? ? WSmOBSBBi £ liiiil illilll age place will have only a few lighted at any ? one time. The DELCO-LIGHT ENGINE and ' GENERATOR will .carry thirty-two 20-watt For particulars, write, to: — .-y. . . . 7. ' ? . ? SMELLIE and CO. LTD,, BRISBANE.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

.Albert- Tea Rooms Two Doors from Adelaide Street. 'Ifhone 6342. In HLBERT STREET » » » » Near Tivoli Theatre. v ? I M- I ?!— - I ? I ' — ???9 MORNING, AFTERNOON and NIGHTLY DAINTY LUNCHEONS and REFRESHMENTS. OPEN FROM 9 A.M. TILL 11 P.M. DAILY. ' ICED FOUNTAIN DRINKS— PURE FRTJIT JUICES USED. ' ^ ICE CREAMS, PASTRY FRESH THRICE DAILY. . SPECIALITY: FRUIT SALADS and STRAWBERRIES and CREAM. G. VENERY and P. LANDOS, Proprietors. _______ '

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

COT 'IHi^lOU GET IT. J Bush Remedt 35 ™ Oie/^sts d Stores.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

' . ' ''' j : — . i _ v ? Headaches Disa ppear DULL VISION is changed to CLEAR VISION. for y«k JP-FRV THE 'jOB '-''OQ- EYE 'Sg|r* . (By Exam.) ^ J. P. FRY & CO. OtPTOMETRISTS and OPTICIANS,. Edward Street = » Brisbane (Courier Buildings)

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

A Powerful, Elegant Car Broke Records in the Hill Climbing Contest held in Sydney in March :: SEND FOR CATALOGUE Dalgety & Co. Ltd. George Street ?' Brisbane

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

'.♦' ' ^ ♦ Don a 'Modern-Made' Suit that doesn't ♦ £ tax your purse when getting into % Civilian jClothes * 1 Gilbert's Hand ' I ♦ 1 Tailored Suits ?.' -;?; .'v;.;;^ ♦ | ? at £5 5s. .: . ',; jBfe | ? . ♦ (SEE SPECIAL REDUCTION BELOW) ♦ X Ensures true worth, at a thrifty price. Gilbert's Hand ' ;^Yaf/''W/ ' ' T Tailoring Service holds an enviable reputation from the 1 ml Ml Wl ♦ 2 Gulf to the Tweed, extending, too, far beyond, the borders . Wjtt/. Mi * + in other directions. - '? ♦ ? X 1 GILBERT'S put the stamp of thrift on Men's Tailoring be- ^ 4- fore others recognised what^popular prices really indicated. ? , ♦ ^ ? ' -v.-- ♦ ♦ GILBERT'S 'Modern Made' Hand Tailored Suits-to- - J ^ Measure not only win popularity but HOLD it, as evidenced ? : ' T ♦ by our past 25 years' performances of satisfaction. If your ? ^ ? ' J J T wits of thrift are active, you'll inspect the latest patterns ^ ?*' : T T now. Gilbert's can outfit you from head to foot, giving you X J Best Quality and Special V...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

'V . , ' ? ' ? ? ? ? . ' \ ? : ?- . | Booth's Distinctive Tailoring | \'|'; ?* # ? £4-4-® I® £!§-IS4L ?? ,. | 'JV '*' l*« 'V 7^1 ' J' Tlle one sreat qualification for success is a. ^ ' ,'?♦ neat manly appearance. First impression is * ?# * - 1 * % ? ' ' -- tke word that must apply directly to ttib man 1 , V ', ;:Lv''j|'V' ^ who wishes to^ succeed in life. Quality stands ' - -&- ' ^ -j* - behind the , execution of th^se , Suits a?id Br sue- v ^ ' \ cessful appearance is assured /the , wearer. £ - ! / Let us -make your/next .sun^^They.' statid for + '' ' ' Rn ft' ''Pi ^ Fit/sfyle and Wear. ^ „ 5 # 8 3 ttiB - ' 'v *''' J^atternis' sent iolany address., j t ^ . % y: t- ' If ? '? ehasve.B6oth,! „ Jm ? ,v ;;6p^iBiTTER^ \ ;v, ~f , 67 Queen Street- Opposite/ ToWh ilall, BRISBHKE, ' ♦ T ' ? i\ - ' ' vf. -i-. ^ „ N;.,. - * s - *® ** * ' - ' J - 'v- * *' ^ -3- '?$-'& 'yfi\ AA^I A ^ A. A A '* ' ' ' , \ '' \ . ' » V , - ' - - ' ^ * ' r . ' \ ' L I T ~ ' _ I _ _ r ' t ( , ?» ' ' -...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TEMPORARY FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

TEMPORARY FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT. A. memorandum issued by the Department of Defence on January 23, 1918, contains the fol lowing:— . . '5. Whenever temporary labour is required the State Repatriation Office, the Returned Soldiers' Association, and the Secretaries of thp Unions interested are to be notified of re quirements by the officers of the Depart ment.' Was this carried out? And %was the secre tary of the Returned Soldiers' Association noti fied of every vacancy in the Defence Depart ment? 'Men apparently eligible for active service are not to be retained so long as there are returned soldiers offering their services.' Are no apparently eligible men employed to day by the Department? And if eligible men / are employed, are no returned soldiers offering their services? The same memorandum contains instructions that returned men be given preference over all . other applicants for employment by the Depart ment of Defence. We do not know how the Defence Authorities ? in Brisbane inter...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

[?] V In this particular section we, specialise. Wi manufacture « Our Own : Tweeds.'. i o - . , - , , ,:c?....'., .v..- ,;, ? ? men's .suits, v. .;.. . , ? ? . - , ., ..... ,, v ./Men's English Tweed 'Suits/ grey check designs',, boat plain back, . , , trousers with*' puff ' bottoms ? ? .* 50/ \ Men's' Sport Suits, in lightweight English Tweed's, two garments, coat . i with If our outside patch pockets, seam \ vent and band at back, * j i ' trousers with cuff bottoms ? }...-? ? i ? 50/ / Men's Englisfi .Tweed^.Suits, grey design^, seam and Vent at back, 60/-^ , Men's Suit's in 'Gibsonia'' Tweed, 'Our Own 'Make,' grey shades, coat , v /' with vseanf and vent at back ? I . '57/6 , ' \:v' MEN'S, TROUSERS. ^ \^Men's Trousers, in strong wearing Cotton Tweeds, stripe designs;- 9/6 Men's Trousers, in 'Gibsonia' Tweeds, 'Our Own Make,' grey ' shades, 13/6, 14/6, 15/6'and 16/6. Also' in- Dark Grey, extra qUal ; - ity, 19/6. 1 , ' ' , Men's Trousers, in Fawn or Grey Cotton Saddle Twist, splen...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WHICH WAY? Revolution or Peaceful Progress ? [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

WHICH WAY? Reuoltition or Peaceful Progress ? ^ 'Poverty /breeds starvation and the sense of * r a wrong suffered. It certainly breeds . revolu tion. The greatest helpmate of revolution is unemployment. ' Roughly speaking, we have about 90,000 re turned men back in Australia,* with some 180,000 more to follow. That there ig much Unemployment amongst the returned men, none but the wilfully blind can deny. The Repatriation Department's own figures show some 150 unemployed men in Brisbane, about 1,200 in Melbourne, with cor responding numbers in every city and town ship in the Commonwealth. And the numbers are growing, as the days go on. Added to that * W3 have a goodly list of unemployed among the civilian population. Since we cannot find work for those we already have in Australia, ' how are we going to absorb the thousands of men who are to return from the war? . Shall we continue in our self-satisfied slum bers, dwelling in that fool's paradise of 'being able to muddle through some...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PETERSHAM BY-ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

PETERSHAM BY-ELECTION. The 'Dally Standard,' 12th March, 1919. ' Since Chaplain Wilson has been disqualified for the Petrsham by-election, and 'National- ists' refuse to take any action in the matter, 'Nationalists' meetings .in the campaign are growing smaller, and are subject to much in terruption. Chaplain Wilson announced that he does not intend to draw out of the campaign, but will go on till the end, claiming that he- should still be on the roll at his last place of residence. Since the rolls are not collected every year, as pro vided for by the Electoral Act. He has great support, and but for the disqualification would have easily beaten the 'Nationalist' candidate at Pe,tersham. Following on Mr. Storey's offer to withdraw the Labour nomination at Petersham if the 'Nationalists' did likewise, in order to allow the soldier candidate to run, the 'Nationalist' 1 refusV tio accede to the request. On Tuesday I afternoon a strong deputation of returned * soldiers suggested to Mr, H...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INTERVIEW WITH PREMIER. Berley Fails to Lure Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

; INTERVIEW WITH PREMIER. ... « Berley Fails to Lure Soldiers. . When Mr. Holman sent for a deputation of the' Sqjdiers and^Citizens' Federation to attend a conference of the Nationalists pondering upon the problems of Petersham, that deputa tion at once turned down the Premier' s pro posal that Captain Wilson should be endorsed by the , Nationalists so as to avoid the position of the National Party running against the soldier. j Lieutenant Cortis told the Premier that he knew he (the Premier) had a strong predilec tion in favour of the Ca,ucus ma,chine. The federation's objective was not to get men into Parliament at any price, but to assist men of 'imagination and capacity to prosecute a policy ' . , acceptable to a self-reliant and self-respecting community. They could not afford to have the National Party's endorsement because if a section of soldiers went to that party a larger section would go over to the Labour Party, and the opportunity to use their sentiment of public servi...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RED TAPE?—DELAY?—OR BOTH? MOTHERS, WIDOWS AND DEFERRED PAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

RED TAPE?*— DELAY? — OR BOTH? MOTHERS, WIDQWS AND DEFERRED PAY. Numerous complaints are being made re- ? garding delays in payment of deferred pay and j other property of men who died on active ser vice. Mothers and. widows are complaining that although months elapsed since their allot ments were stopped, they cannot get the [j moneys due to thetn, nor can any satisfactory | information be obtained from the authorities. | For example: No. 4796, Pte. L.H., 9th Batt., jjl Who died on 11th of August, 1918 left a will, p bequeathing all his military property to his | mother. Up to the date of writing (12th 1 March.) this money (deferred pay) was not | iavailable,. and the military authorities state j, that no such case can be dealt with in less than j;f six months, but cannot say how much longer it may take to deal with same.' A similar com- j plaint reached us, from Toowoomba from a i| widow of the late Lieut. L.B., 13th Reinforce- || ments, 31st Battalion, killed September 5th, || 19i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. HOLMAN'S ALARM. NEW PARTY INCREASING. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

MR. HOLMAN'S ALARM. The ' Daily Mail,' 20th March, 1919. NEW PARTY INCREASING. SYDNEY1, Tuesday. The strength of the agitation for clean gov ernment and the abolition of the party system and party machine is growing so rapidly that Mr. Holman has become seriously alarmed for the safety of his administration. He is greatly, agitated over the possibility of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association swinging behind the newly-formed Peoples,' Soldiers, and Citizens' party, which is headed by Captain Carmichael, M.L.A., and as a result has requested that or ganisation to appoint representaties to meet the Cabinet in a special conference to endeav our to renew the working agreement between the National party and the Farmers' and Set tlers' Association, whdeh that body has de clared valid agreeing io cut away from the Nationalists. Without the Farmers' party the Ministry will have ail country support cut away at the next elections. The prospect of country members joining up ;wnh Captain Carmi...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

Allen's for Glasses. TIT LLEN'S Jewellery Store, 'George Street, op /» posite Supreme Court. Spectacles, Spec tacles, Spectacles, 3/6; and Eyeglasses, Eyeglasses, Eyeglasses 3/6, to suit your sight and, pocket; fitted with the best American _ Spherical Lenses. I specialise in the sale of Spectacles, and am determined to give the best value and the fullest satisfaction. Sixty per cent, of the public use spherical lenses, and I can supply them. Money refunded if not satis- ?' fied within seven days. ' BEST American Gilt Frames, Spectacles fit ted with Best .Spherical Eenses, for Near Work and Reading. Price, including case, 5/- Marvellous value. Allen's Jewellery Store, 291 George Street. 1 A /IS ALLEN'S RIMLESS EYEGLASSES! Iv'U ALLEN'S RIMLESS EYEGLASSES! Case included. The Finest selection of Rim less Glasses in Brisbane. 2 g RIMLESS CHLOREPHYLE (Green) & /V for the Sun and Seaside. ALLEN JEWELLERY STORE.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Thing called Bolshevism. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

, ? - — ? ♦ ? ? ? ? ? ; ? : ? ? ? The Thing called Bolshevism. £ The New Autocracy that Cantrols Russia — A Republic in which the Poorest Working Classes Only Can Vote and Bear Arms- — ltt» Refusal to Permit the Russian People to De- . termirie Their Own Form of Government. A year ago only one apparent force was op posing the Anglo-Saxon ideal of 'a democratic W01'ld- This was autocracy as embodied in the' Central Empires. It was generally believed that, the military defeat of Germany and her Allies would remove the last obstructions to the reorganisation of Europe on democratic - . lines. Hardly has that task been accomplished, however, when a new peril appears. The ? world does not yet completely understand that the thing now generally known as Bolshevism , is really merely another name for autocracy. , The simple fact that the leaders have long re cords as revolutionists, and that the rank arid file is composed largely of the working classes, obscures this all-important' truth. Y...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

Two Delightful Pianos with world-wide reputations - THE RENOWNED ' CABLE essentially a musician's piano— unsurpassed for brilliancy of tone, responsive touch, artistic finish, remarkable standing qualities and value THE GREAT ENGLISH PIANO ALLISON Sec nd to None A TRIUMPH OF .BRITISH PIANO CONSTRUCTION. Whether you are purchasers or not, we invite you to call, hear and see these very fine instruments. King & King Ltd. MUSIC WAREHOUSE, Queen Street Brisbane ' unrrrr— — — ? »?»«??? m iumwuii— » aww— WIWIW ? ?IHU»«IWmiHMIWW W - BOYS Support those who support you! GEO. S. STUART TAILOR, MERCER and OUTFITTER. 244 GEORGE ST. (few doors from Queen St.), ? : — \ He Employ^ Returned Soldiers. Order a £6 6s. Suit, equal to £8- 8s. elsewhere. Handmade on the. Premises. AN EXPERT CUTTER and DESIGNER. PATRONISE 'STUART*' CLEVER CLOTHES FOR CAREFUL CUSTOM . . . 'Burt VThe Tailor ' 242 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. (Incorporated under the Companies' Act, 1863) Bankers to the Government ,of Queen...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TOOWONG GIRL WAR WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 March 1919

TOOWONG GIRL WAR WORKERS. ' A meeting of the Toowong Girl War Work ers' Club was held in the Council Chambers on Friday evening. / Interesting letters were read from the fol lowing soldiers abroad, gratefully acknowledg ing parcels received: — Trooper S. Andrews, Gunner C. Taylor, Gunner B. Blair, Pte. H. J. Adams. Appreciation was also expressed from the JEnoggera Hospital for cigarettes received. During the evening, the Mayoress (Mrs. Watts) solicited help from the Club for the Memorial Day Celebrations, the members all promising to help in every way to make the 'Day' a big success. The next meeting will be held on April 4th.

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