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

, — I Soldiers aad OthersTurnishing I ^H Communicate with J. W. TRITTON, H Hi Furnishers, Valley. H H : I would esteem it a. great fav- ~B ^ H our if you wouljfi forward me .a Hj H list of your Furnishing Require- EH Bj ments.. We would immediately give H H Prices by return mail. Better still Hg — ^H -^if-iyou ? -comeralong'' yourself;. ??'? As it H is at jpresent and until normal con ? ditions obtain, catalogues _ are of H3 ? little avail. We give Discount for H ? Cash or arrange terms to suit you. ||| , HH We are now offering . beautifully- 1h ? finished BEDROOM SUITES in H| ? Silky Oak from £15. Maple, H ? £15/10/-. Bedsteads in Silky Oak @ ? or Maple, £3/10/- and £4/10'/-. SH H Mattresses, Double Fibre, £1/7/9; , gH H Kapok, £2/2/6; Kitchen .Gliairs, H H You will always find you c§m do IB ? a little better at J. W. TRITTON'S H ? .NEW FURNISHING,. FIRM, WICK- Jg ? HAM STREET, VALLEY. Hg Jm Telephone 6338. ?.Kg H . TgOODS- DELIVERED FREE.. ||

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

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

WAR SERVICE NOW IN BUSINESS AGAIN! If you want to buy a Home or a Farm see a*returned soldier first. ^he main thing to be vconsidered is straight forward honest dealings so let me be your medium, and prove: myself. ? Phon« 6579 CHAS. V. L. MITCHELL HOUSE, LAN D, ESTATE -£L BUSINESS BROKER Huxham's Buildings, 151 Queen Street. The Queensland National Bank Ltd. (Incorporated under the Companies' Act, 1863) . Bankers to the Government of Queensland, under agreenfent extending to Jun® 30, 1921. AUTHORISED CAPITAL .. .. .. .. .. .. . £2,060,000 0 0 ' ? — SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL .. .. .. 800,000 0 0 CAPITAL PAID UP . . . . . . . . ..- .. '. . 480,000 0 0 RESERVE FUND . .... ? .., 247,000 0 0 INTERMINABLE INSCRIBED DEPOSIT STOCK .. .. 3,091,669 4 5 All new Business since 1893 specially protected. Directors: Geo. Edw. Bunning, Esq. (Chairman); Hon. G. :-W. Gray, M.L.C.; James Love, Esq.; Jas. Milne, Esq., W. H. Hart, Esq. - ,f u ' General Manager: W. V. RALSTON. -Loudon'. Office: 8 PRINCES STREE...

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

CHARLES TAYLOR, POULTRY FOOD SPECIALIST AND PRODUCE MERCHANT, ROMA STREET :: :: BRISBANE. Feed your Fowls with 'Taylor's' Laying . Mash, Green Bone and Egg-a-Day Tonio^ - THE] B^S^ RESULTS OBTAINED, ;

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

— ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? . — ? ? — . ? . — ? ? — — j M, Vic.JEHSEH's| | f I L\*f\ Special Reduction of fl / v\ l\\ I)er ccnt* to all S i \\ ry RETURNED MEN j 1 1 TAN WILLOW W Kl^g^W DERBY BALS, i CAPS WELTED I rjj 19/ii I ViC. JENSEN'S I THE HUSSLING SHOEMEN, I Queen Street, Brisbane* | DODGE I BROTHERS MOTOR CAR | 1 The. Dodge Brothers j Motor Car has shown | its best performance on roads where it has I been subjected to se vere trials. It is this feature which has *\ made it a favourite in country districts. Booklets and full r information free . DALGETY & Co. Ltd. | i. . ; Garage : j George Street, Brisbane. HcNULTY S, SHAW LIMITED j ? Up-to-Date— r- t TAIL \\% OUTFITTERS and MERCERS. 1 W$1 Tailor-made Suits on Hand. CALL AND INSPECT. GEORGE STREET - - - BRISBANE. DIGGERS. Patronise HENRY STONE : GROCER AND FRUITERER, MAIN STREET, KANGAROO POINT (near School of Arts.) FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES DAILY, -? AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. J Once a Customer always 'a Customer. |

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

;|||i|«l^'SUN.RAYSED ' £2,500 ;CJa8h-.^g||^|; -' ? ^ ? A.D.F. A. (Australian, Dried Fruits Association) _ \. _ NO CATCH : £29500 in Cash Prizes^^; To firmly establish thev Dried Fruits Industry, on which Repatriation under irrigation so greatly depends, thus open ing up a Big^Opportunity for placing 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 — THEN YOU COUNT — THEN YOU ENTE&^-THEN YOU EAT. Then (if you care to)^ — * YOU BUY MORE! YOU COUNT ONCE MORE! -YOU SEND A SECOND ENTRY. 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 Third Prize ? £100 . . CASH Fourth Prize ? £50 CASH Six Hundred Prizes, each of £1...

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

CONCERNING A WALLABY. The -faun.a of Australia is more widely dis-, 'tributeds than is generally supposed, and is stumbled up aga.inst in the most unexpected places. I was doing my gunnery course tat the home of naval gunnery, Whale Island, Portsmouth, and there I found a diminutive zoo, in which emus and wallabies predominated. I found tha.t different ships crews on coming home from ' foreign stations, frequently brought their pets ? with them, and these were gathered together ; when the ships paid off and seemed to be do Mng, very well indeed in their unaccustomed surroundings. There is also a cemetery where . . they are buried and given a headstone when they finally cash in. The word went round that an American Ad miral was- paying a Visit of inspection, at which we were all instructed intensely on what not to do when ah Admiral- examined our com ! ' . panies, and preparations went ^ on implacably, and to the immeasurable disgust of all G.B. men. The auspicious morning arrived, a...

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

' I - . ?' ' ' ? , Carmichael and— Others. On Tuesday night last at ? the Cremorne Open-air Theatre which was generously plac s ed at the disposal of the Returned Soldiers' and Citizens' Political Federation by Mr. John McCallum, Captain Carmichael. struck a note that will find an echo in the mind of every ? supporter of clean and honest politics. Speaking of Party Political Machines and . 'the various Junheal thy growths springing from them, Capt. Carmichael especially condemned those of the «oldi ers who were willing . to ? barter their ? own and their comrades bir th - - right of free citizenship for whatever a Party may have to. offer in exchange. It may be that Capt. Carmichael referred to the political aspirao^s aimong the returned men, who- ap - - - peared on the late political horizon of N.S.W., \ ' under the banner of those who have the reins of political power in their hands, but whose failure to redeem the country's pledge to re turned men stands as a . drastic example of...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Commodore's Visit to our Base. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 June 1919

-/r . - ? ^ The Commodore's Visit to our Base. ; The . Base. was in a ferment, the reason ; thereof being a surprise the Commodore was ?i; . . paying on the following day, and the necessity for getting things swept up ready for his august eye, or, what was more important, for his sensitive ears. The position was outlined' by the Base Com mander, with a clarity and pithiness that char acterised his many years- salt horse sea service. 'You Thompson,' he said to the Base R.N.R. Lieutenant, 'had better keep out of sight, as - ' I don't want the dear old man's ears to be blistered by your- eloquence. You have- a— — ; delivery that would stagger a ? — ? — Thames bargee, and. leave hi m^ hat in hand with a chas tened spirit .and a feeling that his greatness had departed. — : — me if -I know where the N — ? Base got its name, but it stinks in the nostrils of the mighty, and- my suggestion that they send a batch of Wrens (W.R.N.S.) to as sist in the office nearly gave the silly old - — — apo...

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

: — ; ? ' ? — 7- ? ??? .? MT f 9 m g Phone Jlo. 3671 The Returned Soldiers Patronise Jjfltlt? ^ Satisfaction Given or Money Returned* I f14 Wiekham St, Valley m ca n- ? mi urn ? unmani t mm imjn«m.in'«Ti mmmnwiHr wirwirww^wr.w ? ? ?mn i ? ? ? You can help the Soldiers ' ' '' back to Civil Life Queenslanders have bought War Savings Certifi ^ ' cates to the value of £981,682 to help brihg home . ;? the boys - how much have you invested to help Repatriation? . -1' - . . ? The new issue gives you your chance. War Sav j ings Certificates are Baby Bonds. They ,-n e of two ^ kinds— those payable in 5 and those in 10 years. 1SJ6 buys a £1 Bond (payable in 5 years) 12/ - buys a £1 Bond (payable {in 10 years ) CASHABLE AT ANY TIME On Sale at all Banks and Post Offices. Buy War Saving Certificates . (New Issue) - f ROWE ? | BROS. 0 Z Both A.i.P. /A/ J ^ I DIGGERS ROW I ^ 7° ! iSpf SUCCESS | ' . | Tailors & Mercers I T . Quality like Aeroplanes and Prices like Submarines. X ♦ our Prices...

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

Galv. Corr. Iron 3 s 1 - ^ i v*' 1 ' v- *{ Ali Lenglhs,.- ' ' & \ - s . ? ?': .'-.'vVV.i Wv- '? :-Vi* ?? '?'K',-'.' . .- w ??: ???.',????? ? ?'???-! * ? . - .v;/,, ; ?SPOUTING, RIDGE CAPPING, t-OWN PIPES, VALLEY, TANKS and STOVE RECESSES. ? ? - ??? ; ? . ? .-? ?? ? * ?' i v,.. ? II.. I, ? ? ? . - - ? V .. ' ' ? ? '? V ? ? ?-?: \ ? . '? ?: ?? .».? . v. i Lowest Market Prices. BUILDERS' . IRONMONGERY A SPECIALTY.' ? . ./ ??? . v:v\ '? ; ?? ? ?. ? v/'. r: .? *-.v. -? \ S Correspondence Invited. Watson Bros. Ltd., PLUMBERS and BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS. | - Show Room: , I ^43^5 QUEEN STREET (near Albert Street). I , j , ^Office andWarehouse;. ^ |V h '127-133 IVTARGARET' STREET, « BRISBANE. 'Phone 5830 (two lines). Albert Tea Rooms ? 'Y-t t: - tj yv b. i-J Vi -i-'i ? ? ? 1 ?' ' i-i i--- ? I ?7'- l ('two1 doors ' frotri Adelaide Street)' '? :1 In aIbEF^T STREET, Near Tivoli Theatre. I ? ' . ? - ? ? V ?' , . ???..? : ? | MORNING, AFTERNOON and NIGHTLY, DAINTY LUNCHEONS & REFRESHM...

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

' FOY ®. GIBSON '*:':,r,'J,^^i *?-* ?-' 0,''''^' ''' :- ' ( ,t^i,'; ' v^'' *'' ZJH^'' '' , Ladiesand Gentlemen pome along and meetypur friends ',' ' ' ' V_*- T* ii ? ,^i- v 3 - - f v ? '?''* i'j'' ) '' ''' . ?'?.!' ii!ii®iiiil:iiMliii^pAi ? f^ljjil||^ Jv- .'??':V, -.- JOSEPH SHEAVILS, Junr. ' ???''? : |;- I J 138 rMpfcSOI^RNE , STREET. Y *V' ,- - - SOUTH BRISBANE. - Jjji ** ' 1 'V' 1 - ,f f ? (tfhrefe ^fes'from; Cordelia StireetX:; ^vVr'i'-f*- j j J j ;¥'^ J | ', Is ; ? i ??? ?.? :c4y «%:?&?;. m ;: ?? . ; ,-r; ?: i;,^ yS ^'-,0:^. ? ; J '| '.- -]ii» ! w ?' NEW -AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. BOUGHT ANt- (SOLD. ' \ , ,'| , ) } ' t ?' \:. ft v'^i j ; ^ ;^;-Vr:4-¥'^ n^'.. -i; ^ ::V?- * / ;: ;VLlrife^q/,t tv-V-y7'*. ~-f ) ] p AUCTIQN SALES' ATTENDED. ;\ - 'd GO(^§#t^^ ?' 1 ' (( - . i t iKitciieii Utensils, Chinaware, andother Goods CHEAP. f v ft ''':'\' m ;'^} f ;': -. ' fJ-.i-Ji-.t t'JjUyt'/'^ »i, J^'c IN v.--.-»i» , - ^ ? V ... ?' y - ,.iv ' - ? ? J. ' , « V ?-' -: - ??'. 1 ?'? ?* ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AN IMPORTANT AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 July 1919

AN IMPORTANT AUSTRALIAN I NDUSTftY. ? ? ? ? j. _ Around Mildura in Victoria an industry is growing up which may have an important influ ence, ontheproblem of repatriation. Already there are hundreds of soldier-growers engaged ? in the dried fruit industry, and there are thou sands more returned soldiers whom the indus try provides with employment. It rests with Australia how far this important branch of wealth production will develop. The possibili ties are enormous and the production can he increased tenfold~and more, .both for home con sumption and for export. There is not the slightest doubt that we are not doing ourselves, , and our dried fruit indus-' try, justice, especially where consumption of dried fruit is concerned. There, as hardly a civilised country where the food values of dried fruit are not more widely known and made use of to a 'greater extent than in Australia. Yet the Australian dried fruit compares favourably with the best the worlfl can produce. Moreover, dried...

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

1 A SWEEPING ASSERTION1: ' Evpry museum should have a specimen of ' ^ a mine-sweeper, a murderous weapon, utterly regardless of the Geneva Convention.' — ' Manchester Evening Chronicle,' ' ?' .--V r.Av

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

JBffl ffl ® ffl W Phone Ho. 5671 tilll Why Jhe Returned Soldiers Patronise ^ Satisfaction Given or Money Returned. fI4 Wiekkain St., Valley Keep on Buying War Certificates J The War is now over, bat its obligations still remain. The greatest is that of repatriating our returned soldiers. . - Now on SALE , , . „ . AT ALL BANKS AND MONEY . ' ORDER POST OFFICES— ? WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES .if, 5 Years £1 Certificate Purchase Price, 15 j6 10 Years £1 Certificate , Purchase Price , 12 /- Cashable at ANY TIME at any Bank or State Savings Bank. By investing in the new War ' - Savings Certificates you get 5i per cent. Compound Interest - on your money for a period of ' either five or ten years, and you help Australia to re-establish her soldier sons ? in civil life. - - Issued by the Queensland War Savings Committee. f ROWE | BROS. | Both A. I F, X DIGGERS ^ ROW | SUCCESS J | Tailors & Mercers | £ Quality like Aeroplanes and Prices like Submarines. £ j Our Prices are lower than all ...

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

J RETURNED MEN ! © ! 1 You've reason to know | ♦ Deeds count, not words, r- M ♦ X And ifyou want an inexpensive, but smart serviceable suit, we will ' «[ ♦ X complete you in one day for m/ffMj Mji j | f/j ♦ i . r A F?F| Suit JgHffi Ii I i|l | X ? Genuinely Mw- I To | ill! jl jjlTn ^ V . £ Tailored , ^ ^JF / Measure ul|/M ' ♦ We also allow you a special discount of 10/- off the price of any *| jfffjif X ♦ uit over Five Guineas, and 2/- in the £ off the pi ice of everything 1 jKj/f/j i MMliSXr T — i elsejybu wear, including Hats, Boots, Mercery,.. &c. tl SUItls a | This is a OinKum Offer ; 1 * ♦ by a firm established over 25 years, who value their reputation for I |Mj i Wm y ♦ fair and square. dealing too well to advertise what they, do not * ' 1|| ^ ^ Patterns and Styles Free Anywhere. ' I ^Jl| 11 fifi). | | CHARLES GILBERT LIMITED, 'IM | - Over 25 years Tailoring Specialists, ^ ^ Queen Street (near Bridge), BRISBANE. mP % Grey Hair is the Enemy of Youth ; 'Youth never made l...

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

♦♦ Returned Men ! $| it Vic. Jensens || give 10 per cent Discount on all prices. ' Men's Tan Willow Derby B.als with Gaps or without ... .. .. -1-0/1 1 Repairs done. Beat leather used. ft VIC. JENSENS, ft Queen Street, BRISBANE,. Y a X ^ ^ e po^ge.' Write for Catalogue. X ^ , -£, A.'SPUK«aN.'V-':-'' HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST. Largest Hygienic Saloon in Australia TWELVE (12) CHAIRS. Only Address— y-v ni , — Next to - — ?£«* ? « Queen bto ' Daily Mair' Brisbane Perhaps it was all a dream, because strange BETTER THAN CREftMof TARTAR Good cooks use Klepalo instead of Cream of Tar tar. It adds to the flavour of cakes and adds to the reputation of the cook. , Sold at all stores in £ and lib. packets , THE 'Sansjerm' telephone Shield minimises risk of contagion, is germ, dust and moisture-proof, sanitary, and pleasantly deodo rant., ? 1 ?? ; Why not do all you can to save yourself and your employees the risk of contagion,, which ^ must occur by using an unprotected ' trans- ; mitter? ' '...

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

NOTICE, It gives us much pleasure to advertise in this journal, and to bring under the notice of the brave men who have done so much for Austra lia tha't our goods^are all of HIGH-CLASS QUALITY, and that we cater specially for working men'of all descriptions, such as ENGINEERS' TOOLS HAMMERS HAND SAWS GAUGES PLANES NAIL BITS, BRACES all sizes. We also specialise in Labour-saving House hold Goods. , - ? B. G. WILSON 1 COl, Ironmongers, - QUEEN STREET ^ BRISBANE. X, |;^;;Trout & Sons Family and Gai^ass Bntchers | ' Musgrave Rd., Red Hill, BRISBANE* , ^ f - BRANCHES: PETRI E TERRACE f , PADDINGTON f ; ^ LATROBE TERRACE ' ; TELEPHONES: RED HILL— 8^1 PETRIE TEREACE 802 ' I All Small Goods a Speciality. Families waited upondaily, * * l i ^.i ^ ' ; ' j _ / n Vj ' — — „;*8» ' '' . RAILWAY MEAT MART | ; : i v Family and Shipping Butchers M ; G&OR0E STREET (opposite Rotna Street Railway Gates) |; / . Country ©irders Solicited* ^ ''*♦* PRIMEST BEEF and MUTTON »T L0WEST POSSIBLE...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. CENTRAL WAR MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 July 1919

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. CENTRAL WAR MEMORIAL . : The Archbishop jof . Brisbane - Dr. Donaldson) lias made a further step in- the movement; to build .a hospital * on the site of the present Pyrmont Hospital, as a permanent War Memo rial, by appointing commissioners to lay the scheme before churchmen. . - V ? C ? - \The commissioners are :- — : ? : i ' Archdeacon Rivers for Maryborough, Bunda berg, Tiaro, Howard, Chiiders, Biggenden, Gayridah, Gin Gin, Goondiwindi, Inglewood and Texas. r 't.j.y , ? ; Canon Beasley for Gympie, Murgon and Nan ango. ... - r ' Rev. H. Gradwell for Stan thorpe, Warwick, Kfi larney, Allora, Clifton, Pitts worth, Too woomba, Oakey, Crow's Nest, Gatton and Laidley. 7 Rev. W. H. Stevenson for Dalby, Chinchilla, Roma and Mitchell. ; Bishop-Coadutor for the Archdeaconry- of Brisbane. , / In some parishes large local ' memorials are being undertaken- and the- Central' Committee is anxious that the movement to erect a cen tral memorial should not in any way interfere w...

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

^FULfc^UPi' General Morris was sitting by the roadside one blazing hot day, when a dilapidated sol dier, his clothing in rags, a shoe lacking, his head bandaged, and his arm in a sli$g, passed * , him. He was soliloquising in this manner :— 'I love my country. I'd fight for/my coun try. I'd starve and go thirsty for my country. I'd die for my country. But if ever the bally war is over I'll never love another country 1' i

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