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

Farm Seeds and Fruit Tre es We can supply your -seeds from good fresh stocks of thoroughly cleansed seed of reliable growing , quality. 70 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. Seedsmen arid Nurserymen, GEORGE STREET BRISS^S ' ?? ,j . ?

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

PENSIONS. , Pensioners will take the most exception to / the statement that 'the pension is awarded to a soKdier or a sailor, so that he can. live in de cent ? comfort despite his handicap.' Un doubtedly that expresses the wish of the people, of Canada, but in the first place the scale of pensions is too low to make it possible for a man dependent on any degree of pension to live in 'decent comfort'* as we understand the phrase in Canada. — 'The ' B.C. Veterans' Weekly.' - It seems that Australia is not alone in^, the matter of inadequate pensions. To a man who in the service of his country became totally incapacitated, we give 3,0s. per week to enable him to 'live1 in comfort' and to be thankful to his grateful country. The living wage in Australia is £3 per week.

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

«►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ »»»»»?»»?»?»»♦?♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Soldiers Resuming Business will fitid it advantageous to call and consult us about their requirements in ^ MOTOR and CYCLING GOODS. ? ??? ? ??? ? ? ? ; SPECIAL EASY TEEMS ARRANGED. 'Indian' Motorcycles Soil Side Cars. Massey Bicycles. Sporting Goods. Canada Cycle & Motor Agency (Q.) LIMITED Corner CREEK and ADELAIDE STREETS, BRISBANE* Branches : Rockhampton, Charters Towers and Lismore, N.S.W. ? J ? p ' ''' :

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

W T v w Y Started in the distilling A f f^ll I / 1 I I I \/ Continued in the maturing - I 1 Vf/ £JI W' I M Completed in the blending IL/ W I % Jj

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

'''n illllll I I HUB M gaaam BB jpaaa BfMK Established flMTTmnn hh £%l \m t' wm ? ns Place Ordws ior Oi Pumping Plants (Hpn0tcarftd) Sheep Shearing, Crutching and Spraying Machinery, Cream Separators, and other Machinery without first asking prices of CLARK & FA0SET, Ltd./ Eagle Street, BRISBANE. They will promptly reply— Their prices are gen- „ H wak SBwk Ma Jwwn mr erally the lowest. U ? Yb TTie quality is the vHb ;,Lh| ' H very highest mm.-: M IHH V Mm, Hi ~ Jfl 'Stewart' ' '^id^sss. f \ T| 1 Ball Bearing Horse & , ' flipping Machines s 1 ' Stropg, Substantial. Dust-proofs . a/v- Cut Gears Eunning in Oil. Never wear out. j ? ^ CLIPS FAST and TUENS EASY. - j fit ® Plates and all A7 .^T y/ JL . ' c\L/niy o&O# Parts In St«ck. ? ?. '- XL EMU' Portable Pelror Sngirie ^ N ? For all Duties where RELIABLE and ECONOMICAL JPOWEE is necessary. % eiark & Fauset Ltd. Brisbane!

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

Pure Crystal Ice ice Distributed Daily to air Suburbs* Prompt Attention Given to Every Orderi WRITE OR 'PHONE — . City & Suburban Ice Distributing Coy., Ltd. STANLEY STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE/ 'Phone: Central 1114. F-* all Baku\g Purooses % ?' ' *' ' lib Nell. 41b Nrtt ^ , ? | ' , ? »«-—» ? . i ' ? 1 ' - **OSPHAfl I Of SOD* gte ?/! I' \ V' ru«Mnai_o X*i « «ou. A ? ? . JCT 0p KLEPALO (Obtainable only In I X, J and 11b. packets I - That Klepalo is better than B ? Cream of ? Tartar for Baking I . you already ltnow, but did you g know that Klepalo is now put ' up in packets only? Insist on genuine packets an6 avoid substitutes ( B All Grocers. n«—mimiininn mihmiiiii lwiiiiwwmiimiiMliMMWWWWWinuj»'m.nfH.nw*i» Soldiers and Working Men— 3-COURSE MEAL, 10d. Grills a Speciality. The Best in the City. Our Motto: Cleanliness, Civility and Quick Attention. ? R. Green's Luncheon Rooms, 194 ALBERT STREET, Between Que£n Street and Empire Theatre. 1 . 1 ? ' '? ' i f i ' i ' JSHN BISHOP &amp...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Queensland, Beware! Rotten Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

Queensland, Beware! . Rotten Wheat. For weeks past the Southern newspapers printed strong references to rotten wheat, con juring u'p a host of weevils, armies of mice and clouds of smelly, musty vapours around the now famous or famed 1916-1917 wheat. TAINTED WHEAT! New South Wales will have none of it in spite of Holman's buns which were distributed gratis in Rflartin Place, Sydney, for the gratifi cation of the man in the streets and the gen eral delight of some street urchins, who im mediately started a rat-hunt around the band stand in front of the Sydney Post Office. The N.S.W. farmer is growing indignant on hearing that someone has netted a cool £100,000 or so, on a sale of some 3,000,000 bushels of 1916-1917 wheat to Japan. He contends that this sale could and should have been made by the wheat pool direct, thereby effecting a saving of the said £100,000 to the farmer. The consumer of our Southern sister State is torn between the feeling of relief and wrath. Relief on being to...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"LOYALTY." [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

'LOYALTY.' Under the above' .beading there appeared in . the columns of the 'Daily Standard1' a letter signed by one '2nd L.H. Regiment,' who. espousing the cause; of Major Mick Shanahan, bitterly criticises Roma and Roma's citizens for a crime that was never committed. 'When the pseudo patriots of the 'loyalist' class,' says '2nd L.H. Regiment,' 'heard that the Major was wanting a very light leg, they held a meeting, at which it was guaranteed by . them that Major Shannon, D.S.O., should be presented with the lightest obtainable, to wit, an aluminium one, which was to cost some where about £180. Nothing was too good for such a gallant representative of the district. 'But unfortunately, or perhaps- fortunately for, 'Mick' the leg valued at about £180 never materialised as far as , the loyalists were con cerned. And why? ... 'Mick Shannon, being a Labour Man before he enlisted as a lieutenant in the 2nd L.H. was asked to take the chair at a Labour meeting organised by the local W.P.O...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Lessons of Paddington. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

The Lessens cf Paddiagton. ?~ Paddington by-election threw some interest- ...... ing side-lights on the workings of party poiiti- . v cal machines in N.S.W. and left us a query to answer: How much of the Southern rottenness may T5e repeated in Queensland^. ; Few men know the individual value of the prominent Labour men in N.S.W. better than Mr. Holman himself,, an ex-Labourite. In Os borne, the late member for Paddington, the N.S.W. Labour Party had an exceedingly able organiser. So Osborne was bought off for £1,500 a year by Mr. Holman, and his seat as member for Paddington became vacant. Birt and O'Hara ran for the Labour nomination for ? the candidature, and in spite of the strenuous opposition -from Storey and the moderate Lab our leaders, O'Hara was selected. With his usual effrontery, Mr. Holman declared that it was his intention to allow O'Hara to run un opposed. Paddington and Paddingtonians were to be sold., on the market of political Juggling like so many sheep at a sale. ...

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

\\y YOU have learned tlr© fact that Union is Strength. War has shown you that (V' i , Organlsatiorf and Co-operation mean everything. , The Comrades of the Great War n/ ' / ? Is a powerful and efficient band of workers who are bound together by memories | ( . hi1 of a great cause. But it is only powerful and efficient because of its numerical and - i i|i . . organised superiority. Therefore if you are not a member join to-day. i i . „ n Send your cheque for 6/- for your Magazine- — the official organ of the Comrades of the Great War in South Africa— ipost free for one year, to the .-\\V J!/ . *' SUBSCRIPTION MANAGER, iii' Comrades' Magaziije, Box 241, Johannesburg, S.Africa. ' ; ? ?''' ? -- ' ? 181b. 6oz. at 29 Weekarj : c , 'v.. The fact that; Baby Ryan weighed at 29 week£ '. -: as much as a normal child of 9% months, 1 and the additional fact that he was FED ON / s*nce two months old easily proves the remarkable nourishing and, body - building properties of these , ' - famous baby...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A TOAST, JUNE 3rd, 1919. "GENTLEMEN, THE KING." [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

A TOAST, JUNE 3rd, 1919. 'GENTLEMEN, THE KING.' Let us drink the old Toast with the old time enthusiasm, the old time loyalty. It is rather prevalent and cheap cynicism now-a-days to affect an attitude of superiority when Kings and Princes are mentioned. But to the -British Britishers that attitude is impossible. To us the King means not the man, but all the great things of the greatest Empire .that he represents. Every true descendant of the men who made ; Britain, will stand to the toast to- Britain's r head. Every man who knows himself a sup porter of the Empire as his sires and grand sires were before, thrills to the . toast. The King, in him are represented all the great things, all the' good things^ all the sac rifice, the bravery, the great lives and splendid deaths which went to' the: building of Britain's fame. The King and all the great things which make his place the greatest in the world to -day. In him yve find no fault and because he is ours, because he is head of our ...

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

BOLSHEVIKS. There are papers whose insidious propa ganda in favour of the Bolshevik movement would lead us to believe that Bolshevism .is the Heaven-sent solution for .all the ills humans are subject to. It has been described as the working man's movement, whose natu ral enemy is the capitalist and the bourgeois. We were told that .all the reports of Bolsheviki atrocities and maladministration were lies, fabricated by the capitalistic Press, and that . Russia under her new government (?) is exr periencing a new era of unprecedented hap-' piness and prosperity. Yet Russia does not seem to take kindly to ~ ' this new blessing and - anti-Bolshevik risings are reported from almost _every part of that vast empire. The population of districts from which Bolshevik armies were driven out is re ported to join in the flght against their erst while masters and the. only support still faith ful to the Lenin-Trotzky disease, seems to be a horde of paid Chinese mercenaries with : a handful of 'Re...

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

M- POND, tpf ? _ Representative of ( vJi WIr. J. GOODWIN, 31st Battalion, f/nr&rt! 1 \ 3 Years in A.I.F. '/HBr Irl 'l' \ LADIES' GENT.'S /ir/llHf / ' V TAILOR. SL / 390 George Street | YTAuJ .Brisbane V^MSrf Welcome home. \s»5( B0YSr N I know what you have A Ste , done. I appreciate it. Our l\ 3^ Junior Partner is late 31st 1 VBfjL E Battalion. kS^® 6\ A dinkuin special reduction to all our Returned Lads. SUITCASES COMPRESSED FIBRE, LEVER LOCKS— 20in., 22/8; 22in„ 25/-; 24in., 27/6;. 26in., 30/ LEVER LOCKS— 20in., 40/-; 22in., 45/6; 24in., 47/8; 26in., 51/0. Large Stock of all Travelling Requisites to Select Prom. L. UHL & SONS LTD. Ths Premier Saddlers, PETRIE BIGHT. J. Hendrg trice JEWELIEI 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, BRI8BANE. Tel. 349. DENTIST. CHEMIST. Alex. M. Gordon 381r3 QUEEN 8TREET (Near Pre...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
12s. GROWS TO £1. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

12s. GROWS TO £1. Under the new issue of War Savings. Certifi cates, twelve shillings invested now grows in to £1 in ten. years. That is 5£ per cent, com pound interest— better interest than can be obtained in most other investments. The terms -of the new issue provide that the certificates -'v can be cashed at any time at sums, that are stated clearly on the certificate itself. At the end of the first year the 12s. has grown to 12s. 3d. Then for each additional period of two months up to 3 J years from the date of purchase, the cash value will increase by Id. for each 12s. Then for each additional month after the 3£ years, the cash value will increase by ld~ for each 12s. The five-year certificates ? .post 15s. 6d. At the end of the first year it is worth 16s. Every additional month after 12 months the £1 certificate increases in value one penny monthly. . For example, a certificate 15 months old may be cashed for 16s. 3d.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO LABOUR (?) LEAGUE: CONGRATULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

TO LABOUR (?) LEAGUE: CONGRATULATIONS. In our May issue we had occasion to refer to the appearance of the so-called Returned Soldiers ( ?) Labour ( ?) League and a few mem bers of its personnel. It seems that a few ad ditions were made since last month, which ought to make interesting . reading to the re turned men, especially to the dinkum Labour men among the diggers. If proof were needed that the new — — Labour (?) League is only a. new and camou flaged name for the old discredited 'Comrades of Var' creation of the exponents of Peace at-any-price, then we only need to point out the address of the new (?) body, which is - — ? precisely the same than that of the 'Comrades of War.' Its aims? It does not require an astute ob server to find out that the existing party political machines are afraid that the returned V men are going to form a formidable obstacle on the road to political jobbing. Therefore the frantic attempts of the various political parties to rally around them, or, if...

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

44f\ A 1/ #Y A I 9 Seeded Raisins , Lexias 11/ 1 Y U/\ wv N Currants, Sultanas ( Sun*Ra.ysed ) in t f*-. Net Cartons. | Ask For Thenk By N ante ' DAY

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

/yjp-*k0 Saddles, Harness, w If And all classes of Leather Goods I jj - When you left the shores of Queensland to defend the eause !? If of Right and Justice, you disposed of your Saddle. Now you AY 72Sa n have r®turnedvyou will want another, something GOOD, some- 2 ^ // thing that WILL LAST and- give YOU SATISFACTION and COMFORT. x We manufacture the BEST SADDLES. When you deal If with us, you are DEALING DIRECT WITH THE MANUFAC- f® // - TURERS. tt v iff John Wieneke (late of Roma) is in our employ, and we are if the only firm that can supply the Genuine Wieneke Saddle. Jg ?3 SADDLES, FULLY MOUNTED, from .. .. .. £6 15 0 - 5® BUGGY HARNESS, from .. .. . . £7 5 0 ~ 2 Jj SPRINGCART HARNESS, from . . ; V : . £9 10 0 2 ? I SPECIAL DISCOUNT to Returned Soldiers at— J J Send your HIDES, SKINS & FAT STOCK To the Old Established Salesmen MOREHEADS LTD., Brisbane fniHiM *Wehffeffl fake comes off i for easg c/eaiiim % § thus enabling, you to get at every part of the fc - Albion Beaco...

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

Grey Hair is the Ewertty^ of Youthi \ ? Youth never made love to Grey Hair,' sim ply because it betokens age. If you are a grey haired woman who has no idea of the wonder ful change which can be effected in your appearance by having the natural color of your hair restored. The , famous Herbal Paste is - admitted to be the best- the World has yet pro duced. It is the only known specific which will restore the original color in a perfectly natural way. We have recently treated some of the leading women in Brisbane, who are all de lighted. Write, call or 'phone (Central 808) MAISON M A RCELLE,; ^Ground Floor;, City - Building, Edward Street;. (opposite Rothwell's-). ^ .Coiintry; residents are invited to write and! ob tain particulars of Home Treatment , iv v^

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

A Booth's Distinctive J - J1L ? Tailoring '''-?J-'' I £4 = 4 = o to xio=io = o ;| ?- J |BL ? The one great qualification for sue- -- M j cess is a neat manly appearance. ~ . n, !i! ? ? ' - First impression is the word that ? 'ii! ' must apply directly to the man who ? \\7- .. Js ? wishes to succeed in life. Quality ,\V 1 r It : ^rlr stands behind the execution of these .';,V ' i',;' ' m - suits and a successful appearance is ? v)|- assured the wearer. ' iii lis* . Let us make your next suit. They - ~ ? J| | ^ WMm \ ? stand for Fit, Style and Wear. : '1IHB pjfil * Patterns Sent to Any Address. - iiV. 1 1 Chas. C. BOOTH . Eg?'- IS Outfitter for Men ^ ^ JBS Queen St., Opposite Town Hall Brisbane I HIbert Tea Rooms I Two Doors from Adelaide Street. 'Phdne 6342. j In ALBERT STREET « ;»;?* * Near Tivoli theatre. MORNING, AFTERNOON and NIGHTLY DAINTY LUNCHEONS and REFRESHMENTS. OPEN FROM 9 A.M. TILL 11 P.M. DAILY. ' - ' ICED FOUNTAIN DRINKS— PURE FRUIT JUICES 'USED. ICE CREAMS, PASTRY FRES...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

! %ERQHAN!T and JEWELLER. |)nly Real and Best Quality- Gems kept in stock. No , Imitations. 1 Tourists and. Country Orders My Specialty. wNot^-New -Address r ,,«- A l'88i';QUEEN STREET. BMSBANE . %Iext Finney, Isles & Co., Ltd.) ^Phone 2957. . ^ , V / , . Two Delightful Pianos - \vith -vprld'wijde reputations - THE RENOWNED CABLE ?essentially ' a musician's piano — unsurpassed lor brilliancy of tone, responsive touch, artistic :finishv: remarkable standing qualities and value ' . Vv ..J:'':'.5;'. V ' !' ?. ? .? - \ ' -'? ???V1 -r'. ''-r ^ t THE GREAT ENGLISH PIANO It ALLISON \ » *j i ,t ' v. 1 ^ Second to None A TRIUMPH .OF BRITISH PIANO , , : s CONSTRUCTION. 1 h YWhe.th^r; 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 Benjamin F. Cribb REAL ESTATE AGENT. i ? ' ?- 'Properties For Sale in ait parts of the City and Suburbs. (Mortgages Arranged for any amount (Larg...

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