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

THE BIG STUNT 'SUN.RAYSED' £2,500 Cash A.D.F.A. (Australian Dried Fruits Association) / : ' NO CATCH : £2,500 in Cash PHies To firmly establish the Dried Fruits Industry, on which Repatriation under irrigation so (greatly depends, thus open ing up a Big Opportunity for pla!cing Returned Soldiers on , Fruit-Growing Lands in a congenial 'out-door' occupation under conditions of prosperity. To get 'SUN-RAYSED' Fruits into every Australian Home— FIRST— YOU BUY— THEril YOU COUNT — -THEN YOU ENTER— THEN YOU EAT. Then (if you care to) — YOU BUY MORE! YOU COUNT ONCE MORE! YOU SEND A SECOND E^TRY. Then you get the 'SUN-RAYSED' .Habit — and Buy—and Count — and Enter — -and Eat — as often as you like, with the opportunity of winning some of the £2,500 Cash Prizes. £2,500 IN CASH— HERE THEY ARE — NO CATCH. First Prize .... . . £1000 . CASH Second Prize £250 . CASH ; T^hird Prize . .. £100 . CASH Fourth Prize .. £50 .. CASH . Six Hundred Prizes, each of £1- CASH ! One Thousand Prizes, each of 10...

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

1 A Dinkum Firm | 2 ♦ 5 , . .. ♦ f Thev keev their promise to their Soldier Employees X £ ' and they will » 2 ♦ Keep their promise to their Soldier Customers ♦ I and will supply Dinkum G oods I t INDIAN MOTOR CYCLES X ♦ v MASSEY' SILVER RIBBON' BICYCLES 1 I SPORTING- GOODS ♦ 1 ♦ 2 ♦ I Massey Sports Depot j ♦ Creek Street BRISBANE. Opp. Gresham Hotel ^ ' $♦♦«??«►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦-♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ / . ' . ?

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

Farm Seeds and Fruit Trees i We can supply your seeds from good fresh stocks of thoroughly cleansed seed of reliable growing ' quality. TO STANTHORPE FRUIT-GROWERS AND OTHERS— If you need strong, healthy fruit trees send to us. We can land plants at Stanthorpe as cheaply as Sydney houses, and as good in every respects. H. A. Petersen Ltd. V Seedsmen and Nurserymen, GEORGE STREET BRISB4WS

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mr. Bailey goes Lecturing. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1919

Mr. Bailey goes Lecturing. So \j\lr. Bailey is satisfied with Repatriation. At any rate he goes around the country, lec turing in various places, especially in his own electorate, telling the people what a fine thing this Repatriation is and that, according to the same Mr. Bailey, this same Repatriation is all any man could desire. Or ;words to Hhis | ?effect. ; .. . It is . 3, pity though,1/ that Mr. Bailey's know--' ledge of Repatriation is only (a) theoretical | and (c) one-sided.- We all know, that Sena-' tor Millen is satisfied (?) with his Department. The fact that returned soldiers almost unani mously condemn, the Department and have branded the Australian Soldiers' Repatria tion Act as 'an autocratic anomaly in a demo cratic country,'.'; does not appear to Mr. Bailey as one worthy of consideration. . /. ( ^;The criticism of the Departmental activities' or rather lack of same, the outcry against' Red tapeism which is clogging the; machinery oK Repatriation is'; sq: universal,...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
To Our Readers. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1919

?j To Our Readers. We are glad to be able to announce progress in connection with the 'Leader.' Since Febru ary our circulation increased by leaps and bounds until to-day it is one hundred and fifty per cent, over and above that of three months ago. This necessitated a further increase in size, going up from eight pages in February to sixteen in March, eighteen in April and twenty four in May. The secret of our success lies in a few words. It is our determined campaign of Truth, Fear lessness and absolute refusal to be drawn into any party political controversy. We stand alone as far as party political or ganisations are concerned. Through bitter ex perience we learned that the citizen-soldier, and the rest of the community with him, can achieve success, and obtain justice only through the medium of his own efforts. Others ' (we are speaking of party-political-machines) were loud in their protestations of loyalty to returned soldiers, and persistently declared to the people of Queen...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE BLOOD TIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1919

THE BLOOD TIE. They pass — diggers, all, the Lighthorserhafr ' spurred and clinking, with croak of leather and rattle of bayonet scabbard, and emu tufts quivering and dancing. His easy trick in the saddle has perhaps been learned on the stretches of outback where the plains rise to kiss the skies in the hazy distance, , The gunner, with body swaying easily to the jolting of the limber— the heavy booted scrunch of Infantry, with grimy sweatfur ... rowing parchment skin and square javv and the muscle bunching under the tunic that ?&ulges from the 'drag of web equipment; and all the odds and ends that make up that khaki , line, of defenders. , ^ The. far-flung spaces . of ? continent, have ?' emptied them into the. crucible of war-^— the crucible that purges', the soul, the manhood, and, the honour. And ? they have emerged shining with the mark Of MEN and . bound by ' a tie more binding than home or family. A tie that' reaches do^vn through thef long years of the future. ' _ . ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The case of Benjamin Wyles. THE DEATH OF A RETURNED SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1919

The case of Benjamin Wyies. ; THE DEATH OF A RETURNED SOLDIER. At a special meeting of the Roma Town Council as reported by the 'Mlaranoa Advo cate' of the 11th. of April last, Aid. Merrillees said: — 'I have cabled your attention to the death of a hero, one .whose death with that of many others enables us to' sit at this table and speak in English without a German overseer to tell us what we shall do and what we shall not do. 'Benjamin Wyles, was born at Rosewood, just over 30 years ago, and earned his living, on a station. 'He enlisted on' the 12th December,- 1915, and after the usual training went abroad to fight for us, and there he stayed for one yeat» and 225 days, being then invalided back home. 'On his return he probably got the usual cheers and the packet of cigarettes, and fruit salad and the rest of it, but he 'doesn't seem to have got much else from his -country or from anyone else, except a pension of 30s. a ' week and a dose of consumption ;of the lungs which finally k...

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

Mice to the Public. ESPECIALLY TO OUR 'LADS.' We ask the Public, especially the ' Lads,' to carefully note the address of all our Adver tisers and patronise them only — they have stuck loyally to your Federation. A list of Business Firms who turned you down, turned a deaf ear, and refused to advertise in your paper can be inspected at our Rooms. Don't forget, Lads, call and inspect the lists. Patronise your Advertisers — those who sup port your paper are your supporters. ~ - Yours in Comradeship, ADVERTISING MANAGER.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MR. RYAN AT AMSTERDAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1919

MR. RYAN AT AMSTERDAM. Mr. T. J. Ryan, speaking at the International Socialist Conference rose as an advocate of' professional armies as opposed to conscrip tion.' , : ? ? . ? : ^ .v.. ?? ? While we agree that conscription is an evil which should be abolished all the world over, we cannot but condemn the idea of profes sional armies; A professional or mercenary - army is . a nation withm the nation, with in terests not always identical with those of the whole community. -Furthermore in profes sional armies we would perpetuate the spirit of militarism, the spirit of a caste existing for one purpose only, that of war-waging. The whole thing is abhorrent to enlightened De mocracy. So long as there is danger of war all citizens should share the nation's burden just as they share the benefits of common in stitutions. We shall then be dependent on our selves, -until such time when war is abolished ( and ordinary police force deemed sufficient for the safety of the State or community. We c...

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

1 R. BLACK ! i : The State's |i Leading Tobacconist. Direct importer of all ijjj !!i the Leading Brands (/ df Cigars, Cigarettes i and Tobaccos. ,V (J ; \ _ Tvlie greatest variety , . !',)?' ? of Smokers' Requi sites in Australia to j' |'V select from. ? . m|'; . ? I ADDRESS — ? I COURIER BUILDING ; ; |JV Queen Street, :j:; BRISBANE j ^ i — ? ? ' I FLUENZA. ] | An aromatic inhalant S i 1 Ointment for the nos- S I trils. Sold in handy ? 1 tubes. Price, 1/- post ? J free. Direct from — I T. J. LUDDY - - Chemist, g R Courier Building, ? * ^ Edw ard Street - BRISBANE | FOR 3 YEARS ~ ' Our Factory has been in full swing, in the Manufacture of ' ' HIGH-CLASS FILING CABINETS, CARD CABINETS, and GENERAL OFFICE 1 FURNITURE. Faithfully built of best selected Queensland ,V ' Oak, Maple, or Pine. PRICES ARE LOW, AND QUALITY OF THE HIGHEST. We are Systems Experts from A to Z. . Rinei Gompaiy Sole Address: 307 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. (Opposite Q.N. Bank) [ Telephone Central 1076. P.O. Box 776. j....

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PLACE FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERYTHING IN ITS PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1919

PLACE FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERY THING IN ITS PLACfe. The following paragraph appears in the 1918 Directors' Report of the Daily Labour News paper Ltd., Brisbane: — 'A septic tank has been installed at the New Building and every endeavour is being made to provide first-class accommodation for the Paper and Staff. The stringency of the money mar ket and the limited funds at the disposal of the Company have made it impossible for your Di rectors to do more in this connection.' (The black type is ours, — Ed.) We fully agree with the Directors. A septic tank is first-class accommodation for the 'Standard' and staff.

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

©possums - Bears ¥ ? $K ; ® ? :' ; ' , \) - ^ * ;, Consign to John Bridge & Cof, Ltd., Brisbane/ and * secure ? J' f# tog ^ prices and quxcli, return^: ,\' ; \ „V ' ?' NMX5'V\'-r yh-^ , ^ -^V; :!l - v\- ?! John Bridge & Company ,' ' f'* : ' ?'7. ;V'^ ' '?''-- ' limited ; ' ,' B^ISBMB.. ; 1 ?' ^ ^ 'v ' ' » ► 4 '' , ' ' ' '' ' V , , , I f ' 'J, Cbnsign Skins— -'J&hn Bridge, Boma Street.'' ^ , -V ' J* ' * - v' ?* „ ' ' 1 '* * -' - ' sy^y. ».4 .i i r * 5 ^ K .i ' '---''?*-* ' *s ' -;? . 'iT''1' ,J/» r'IJ' ^ * 1 1 'J . 1 l' 'Jf11 'i - -'!' ' 1 '? ? '''' 1111 11 1,11 1 Li 1 ' ^ * ' - f ,? «, r . 1 ? - i :???* ???;. '*- ?--. . ? / ? p ?'??.??..*? ? ',v\ ' -.? ?:..??? .;*?: ?:«' ?;. .??? ? ? .? ?, ..? t . ?-:- « ? ?? r:- ?;. :./?. .' ???' .???-? '»: .??»?'? ?.- ?? . ; ' ?; ...????-' ? . ' . ?'?' .' ??????';., ? ?- ? ? - ? ? ' ' Don't Cuss Your ? Gun f / 1 It may be tbe fault of the Cartridge } v 'Wheii -you go out for a' day's - shooting, * vf^SSl 7 you want to be ce...

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

You* Ar e t lie ^ ?Xbe-^ays^^lices for WICKER FURNITURE are dwiel '??-'''' ; Vr,,v^'''c' ^y^»n*tptte;di«gig^f^^^^^^l .,..., SPECIAL '^^b^UpTipi^r -;: ; ♦ , „ Just .to vgetv-you - acquainted v with ' CO-OP.; WICKER FURNITURE % . W&witf, sell Tjiis 'Chair for 17/6 'J.' ?« Retail. Price 28/-^o I rv ' -' ~'' Vj^ *- ? Ji'f I )? ONE TtfEM tiNtY Money back if nbt'satisfkd. '.. .?: .' - . . /'? .. - - y ; .1, .W-.' ?' tr V' ' -'.' ? ' ? .v. ?-;'/- ?V.V^- '.? \t*' :??. -.?;??? ? ? . -? ? v ? , - Methqdjof Buying and Say iE^^a$:^te|)peI \i|itd-its^^^ t s A\vay 'with the middlemen their - big -profits^ — 'theii* '**,? ' expensive showroom and salesmen's costs— away with them I This troubled old- wqrld_ of, 'ours ' calls 1 for * 'r ~ -ECONOMY in Furniture ' Buying — in^ Clothing — Jn^|' '^everything you can think of ; - . ' , . »7\ I}-'' and here is tH£* solution :; ? instead pf tpayitrg 30/- for a Wicker Chair — pay -20J/7 And '' ; 1 - /instead of 50/- lor a Wicker Couch, 35/- is all' ...

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

GLASS, OIL AND COLOUR MERCHANTS, SHOP FITTERS, SIGNWRBTERS. R.S.EXTON&CO. Limited. ? - ? 'Wallpapers, Leadlights, Brushware, ! . Painters' and Artists' Requisites, Bevelled Mirrors, Picture Frames. ENQUIRIES SOLICITED. K. S. EX'TON & CO. Ltd. QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE; And at Toowoomba.

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

IST&HTHORPEl 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 GOODS 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 — 1 May 1919

M. POND, Ipf Representative of Mr, J. GOODWIN, 31st Battalion, . I \ 3 Years in A.I.F. ' LAD I ES' ^ ] . GENT.'S M hS\ \ I H[ / TAILOR. - \\V\ hJlh I 1 I 390 George Street , Brisbane \\ WELCOME HOME, B0YS! w I know what you have 'TV' pa vP done. I appreciate it. Our l\ 9 fc Junior Partner is late 31st IVSE u Battalion. Bjv A dinkum special reduction to all our Returned Lads. SUITCASES COMPRESSED FIBRE, LEVER LOCKS— 20in., 22/6; 22in., 25/-; 24in., 27/6; 26in., 30/ LEVER LOCKS— 20in., 40/-; 22in., 45/6; 24in., 47/6; 26in;, 51/6. ? '*? . Large Stock of all Travelling Requisites to Select From. L. UHL & SONS LTD. The Premier Saddlers, PETRIE BIGHT. J. Hendry trice JEWELLER Fitzroy Buildings, Adelaide Street, ✓ ^ Where Sailors, Soldiers and Civilians receive Service and Civility. Exchange Printing Co. Ltd. For All Classes of Printing, Stationery, etc.,* 386 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. Tel. 349. DENTIST. CHEMIST. Alex. M. Gordon 381-3 QUEEN STREET (Near Preston House) MOUTH AND GUM D...

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

Coffee Essence. So easy to make, no straining, no worry with Coffee Pots, or waiting p- . L-Jl — just pop a teaspoonful . l into a cup of boiling m III \ water, sugar, and milk / to taste, and it's ready, f '1 ' jHjr | Order from your Grocer. Wholesale distributors:- XsK THOS. HEASLOP & CO. HfflCTi LTD., Roma Street, Bris bane. Also all Leading j Wj|pwwwvw' Merchants. j ^

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

I Tell your Friends about the Goodnessof | ^ Name for . ♦ ♦ Z ♦ The Tried and Proyed Money=saying Treatment for ^ | Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds, Whooping f | Cough, Influenza, Catarrh, and I ♦ Sore Throats. | I ?? ? FOR INFLUENZA ' ' ' f j USE HEENZO j | Heenzo Cough Diamonds. | + HEENZO is Pleasant to take. ^ ♦ HEENZO sterilizes Germs in the Mouth and Throat. ^ T HEENZO soothes and heals Inflamed Mucous Membrane. . ♦ ^ HEENZO allays Distressing Coughs. 4 J ♦ HEENZO clears the Bronchial Tubes. ♦ X HEENZO is a Great Money-Saver. ♦ | Costs 2/=— Saves Pounds f X ' ♦ X Each bottle of Heenzo, when added to sweetened water, as per easy directions X printed ^on the label, produces a family supply of superior quality mixture — as Y ^ much as would cost from 12/- to £1, or more, if you bought ordinary ready-made J ▲ mixtures in a lot of little bottles. Money cannot buy a- better medicine than X + the -Heenzo mixture, which you may prepare in your own home in a few moments. ▲ 4 Easily and quick...

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

n VI - - - V-. M ? J ^ ^ ? (L J Selected eH0©O LHTES in half-lb. tins ??&#!' 1 1 m P 1 Cl Srt/ l_ iO. Speciality I ©WoeOLHTE PINEHPPLE kii ** One quality/the Best. Phene 5000»1.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE AUSSIE GIRLS' DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 May 1919

THE AUSSIE GIRLS' DANCE. v The Aussie girls were responsible for a dance in the Brolga Cafe on Saturday night last. About 130 guests were present, all the gentlemen being returned soldiers or rejects. .. It was perhaps this fact that made the dance so successful. After all the horrors and worry of the last 4J years it was good to see once more an evening that looked like old times. Also, it was good to realise that the girls who are worth while do not want to dance with slackers. The only drawback, and that a slight one, was that there were one or two more soldiers than girls, but the Aussie girls intend to rectify that at the next dance. 'You won't be able to do that if you want any decent dances' a stay-at-home said to one of the Aussie girls. 'You'll- find there'll be lots of you without partners.' The Aussi$ girl get very cross. ; ? ' I ' ' 1 Y 'It must be funny to be a dog, ' And never have heard of the war, ? . . Never have bought a war loan bond, And not know what it's for.' ...

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