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"LET 'IM FROO." (A "Tommy's" Prayer for his Chum.) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 July 1919

'LET MM FROO.' J}. ' (A 'Tommy's' Prayer for his Chum.) . Oh, Gawd, I ain't no 'and at prayers, and 'sides, ^it alius seems to me ? : ; As you must get fed-up sometimes, Forgivin' everybody's crimes An' settin' sinners/ free. You/must be overworked a lot. . An' Peter's got 'is 'ands- full, too: ; But .Just look 'ere — -my. pal — 'e's dead : - A chunk of shrapnel in 'is 'ead; D'ye fink as You could let 'imfroo When 'e comes up . to' you? Ee! D'ye fink You could^ I wish You would. For, Gawd, 'is luck's been awful bad, Right bad it's been, ' . ' - An' not' a pal in all the world, 'Cept me. I mean. 'Is face was all agen .'im -? - Tho' 'e 'id it best *e could, ' . ' That there mustache was not much* use, ; All yeller with tobacco juice, Altho' it did some good. . - - - ' But Gawd, just tip old Peter ' ' - : To overlook 'is face, So's when my pal 'ere, comes up there, * 'E'll billet 'im. I don't care where, , S' long's 'e gets a place ' - For I knows 'imv~Gawd, I know's 'im; An' 'is missu...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Camp Epigrams [Copyright.] No. 2 of Series 79. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 July 1919

Camp Epigrams {Copyright.] (By ' Euripides.') No. 2 of Series 79. ' it is high water at all* A.I.F. camps on the 2nd and 17th of each month. In many ? in stances there is a rapid fall immediately after ' wards, with a long period of low water pre -oe'ding the next rise (vide Darwin's ^.Theory of the Tides'). The branding of recruits will riot be en forced in future, as it has been found to be Inimical to tfie riiorality .and popularity of the Army. .? ? . : V, - . The value of spirituous and alcoholic liquors in camp has been variously stated, but an authoritative, estimate places it as follows:1 — Whisky, £173 16s. 3d. per fathom; beer, ap proved brands and cold, 01 19s. 2d. per schooner; N.I. beer, 3d. per bucket, market weak. * , The prevailing sentiments of recruits enter ing camp have been analysed and as are follow, - on the different periods, and .under the head ings show*:; — . / v-TV. . d a . ^2 u- 09 C O . w - . ? , , B : -3 r% g ' 2 o .2 Beg - ?: h . ? «§ a s ? is $ .2 -I...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
What is wrong with the Country? [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 July 1919

What is wrong witk the Ciiwtrg? We have one of the richest parts of this planet in our possession, yet we are not more ,-r prosperous than many of the poorer equipped ? countries and many of our men are actually in want in the' midst of plenty. We produce a vast amount of raw materials for export which we sell to foreign markets ' in order to buy' back a lot of it in the manu ! ? faetured state for our own - use. Yet there is an army of unemployed in Australia going about in search of work which we cannot supply. t We are .told that Australia's chief disability lies in the fact that the proportion, of our popu lation is too small as compared with the vast spaces £-f the continent we occupy. And we go about tfee world advertising the possibilities . of Australia and -inviting immigration from the old countries while thousands of 'Australia's sons go about land hungry. / We see millions of tons of wheat lumbering up our wharves and railway -sidings, rotting - away, while oyr cities ar...

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

. The Senate. . . BLIND SOLDIERS' PENSIONS. In answer to Senator Needham's .question asking whether the Government will bring down legislation to 'increase pensions to blind soldiers to £4 per. week and also increase the pensions of totally and partially . incapacitated soldiers, Senator Millen replied: — 'While every sympathy is felt for blind, sol- ^ diers, it cannot be admitted that they' are at a greater disadvantage than other totally in capacitated soldiers. The blind can be trained for an occupation, and the view is held that .they should be encouraged to take up employ ment, which would assist them to refrain from brooding over their misfortunes. It is not proposed to provide for any special increase of their pensions.' ? ? % 'The question of; liberalising -the 'War Pen sions Act in other directions is receiving the„ consideration of the Government.' There is no doubt that the totally and part ially disabled men will be 'pleased to know, that there is hope for more liberal p...

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

GOD SAVE THE KING! WE WELCOME PEACE WITH HONOUR. Celebrate the occasion by sending your friends a portrait of yourself taken by The Poulsen Studios 14-1 8 Queen Street, BRISBANE. ? » HARDY BROTHERS LTD JEWELLERS. Established 1853. BLACK OPAL rs The Company has just cut some very fine specimens of Black Opal. INSPECTION INVITED. 116 & 11S QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. SYDNEY MELBOURNE LONDON , DIGGERS comrade JIM T4YL0R 25th Battalion Carries on as a Hairdresser, Tobacconist Masseur, Up-to-date Hygienic Saloon ELECTRIC MASSAGING - bjr ka. Professional Expert ' .Up-to-date Stocks of Tobacconists Goods 6— HANDS KEPT GOIiSTG— 6 - Look me up 'LADS,' I am the only 'TAYLOR' from the Front. My Prices are Low. Satisfaction Given The Large Corner Shop with the RED and WHITE POSTS - cor. ALBERT and ELIZABETH STREETS. MAKE NO MISTAKE— Look for them. DELICIOUS TEAS. Direct from Plantation to Consumer — §AVE MONEY. . Place a Trial Order with the oldestab lished Tea House, SOUTH WICK'S TEA SPECI...

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

' * ' CHEAPER PRICES FOR FOOD. Rumour has it: — The chief hobby horse on which the present Government rode into power was ^ Reduction in Food Prices,' but notwithstanding State Butcheries, State Fisheries^ ;State Produce Markets, State Cattle and Sheep Stations and State- Groggeries, prices continue on the up grade, until the cost of living, such as the Australian-is used to, is beyond the average householder. One of the main channels of food production, and not yet subject to State competition, is ' Poultry Raising,' and by means of incubators Is a mighty profitable line. ' The Sectional Incubators ' embodying the latest and most modern improvements, ' The Queen ' a,nd the ' Wisconsin ' Incubators, with breeders' and attendant accessories— are the key to success of cheaper food supplies. Buzacott & Co., Ltd.,-Petrie Bight, Brisbane, vcan supply all information on the subject. Write them for catalogues. ' ? _ ? f -

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

THE 'DUG-OUT.' . A . ' The Management Committee of the ' Dug Out' Cafe desires to tender hearty than!# to the patrons of that little undertaking which in the past materially helped our movement. There is no doubt that the ' Dug-Out ' formed a part of our defence system, a,nd the Management Committee hopes to be able to make the Cafe even more attractive in the future. Amongst the first innovations is a hot three-course lunch and dinner, which is attract ing quite a number of new customers. Our' country members and supporters are cordially invited to ' drop in ' while in town. The know ledge that the entire profits of the Cafe are devoted towards the furtherance of the Soldiers and Citizens' cause should prove a strong incentive /to the Public to help the ' Dug-Out ' by helping themselves.

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

For Sale. ALLOTMENTS— 32 Perches, near Soldiers' Settlement, Mount Gravatt, high position, giv ing away four Six Pounds; also allotment 19 perches, Cornwall Street, for £15. MacDON NELL, 'phone. 2228.

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

JL RETURNED A$i SOLDIERS. kmmWl ^ substantial' Reduction ? will be made to Returned TrMf' . Soldiers and their Wives leav ing their orders with us. S We have a very large as sortment of woollens to 1 fejl S choose from, and we are px tending a cordial invitation | ca^ *n an-* *nsPect these M, POND & PODD, HIGH-CLASS TAILORS, GEORGE STREET. Telephone 1415. * HOTEL CECIL, GEORGE STREET - BRISBANE N This well-known hotel is- now thoroughly renovated from top to bottom. A lift, the septic tank system, and lounges on each fiat, are included in the improvements. All modern comforts. J. JOHNSTON, Proprietor. Banana Farmers! For highest Prices and Business Promptitude, consign your Ba nanas, Fruit, Produce, and Poultry to . S. 33v WHITE General Auctioneer. Municipal Markets, Roma Street, Prompt Returns. Payment Guaranteed. Growers' Interests Carefully Protected. 'ZSLT Qno^d, . . ; CONSISTS OF TWO PIECES. ; Unbreakable Back. ' Obtainable at Leading Stores. Wholesale from — H. L. GRIF...

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

Qf W V y Started in the distilling -C'V 1^ 1 i f *T\ I 1 / I I I I \f Continued in the maturing I h %/m/ L\ l^r . I, J 4 1 1^1 J. Completed in the blending JL ^ fl— s* f 1 & fl. m

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

1 TRAVELLING BAGS. LEAT.HER KIT BAGS, all sizes in stock, from 24/6. FIBRE SUIT CASES, from 29/-. LEATHER SUIT CASES, from 78/ Have a Look at Our Window, ' ^ Display. UHLtSTsONS LTD. ^ PETRI E BIGHT, tammmmmmmammammmmmmmmammsmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm \ ? ? ,? ? ?? ? ? ? v I « -^^p^ANYVVK£RE ^ ' fiilioRPfR em ' i - I ' GpTOnETRIST (By Exm.) | Wckham 5t. ^ \^\u_ey. I

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

Headaches .Disappear DULL VISION is changed to CLEAR VISION. FOR JVP-FRY - .THE . ' ? F.l.O.O.Q. EYE '^Sstr- (By Exam.) J. P. FRY & CO. OPTOMETRISTS and OPTICIANS, ' Edward Street - = Brisbane (Courier Buildings)

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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Our Heroes' Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 July 1919

Our Heroes' Children. When a giant 'tree is felled it .might ; seein as if the gap Jn the forest- could not be filled, ever again. . What a gaping wound it makes! Wide as the circumference of its own shadow; and long as the aisle that is made as its long length falls crashing to the ,, ground. Its down-come would seem to be the end of all things there. * ? A year passes. Spring has come.- Nature's resurrection-pr.ocess already is begun. Look! Where, once the big tree lay, the ground that then was torn and gashed, is now carpeted with tiny green shoots — the sprouting seedlings of a new generation of forest trees. Look again, say ten years later! What' a change! Wher^ was once a gap is now a grove — a thicket of sturdy scions of the fallen monarch, crowding each other ; struggling, striving ever upward to win tlie unhindered .light, and the boundless blue. Still later— say one hundred — two hundred year§ — could we look again the change would be as if never a change had. been. We wou...

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

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE SECRET OF BELGIUM'S MYSTERY PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 July 1919

THE SECRET OF BELGIUM'S MYSTERY ?' /-PAPER. ' The secret of 'La Libre IJelgique,1.' the mystery, ipaper of Belgium that save incalcui able. trouble to the Germans during the war, is revealed^ in the . following article by Father Josef Meens, one-, of : its former editors, now in London. ? Father Meens, who was a friend of Nurse Cayell, . was. .arrested three times aiid condemned to death, and was finally obliged to. ' leave Belgium:— 'Editor 'Weekly Dispatch.'

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
(By Father Josef Meens). [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 July 1919

(By Father Josef Meens). /'La T^bre Belgique' still flourishes. It h'a^ now been established as a daily -paper in Brus sels, and .stands as a relic- of. those days; of chaos and oppression ,\yhen it survived as the . one remnant of freedom in the- shackled nation. To the Germans it proved one. of the most irritating mysteries of- the ' war; but s'irice ? liberty has returned , to Belgium the secret of , ? 'La Libre Belgique' need. :be -kept no longer. . ' ,The paper wjis started in, February, 1915, by M. Jojjrdain, former editor of 'Le Patriot,'^ a' Brussels journal, which,, with the rest of the newspapers of that country, was suppressed by the. Germans. He had no' staff. - The printer did not know ; whence came , the matter for hinr tp set up. The editors — for. no. one man held .that post permanently^— -did not even know their contri butors, not wherS' they lived. There-was not even an editorial office, . The one. stable feature of the newspaper vvas the printing press. It' remain...

Publication Title: Leader, The
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"A LITTLE CHILD CAN LEAD THEM." HOW TO BECOME A POSSESSOR OF A WAR SAVING CERTIFICATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 July 1919

'A LITTLE CHILD CAN LEAD THEM.' tiOW TO BECOME A POSSESSOR OF A WAR SAVING CERTIFICATE. ' In recfcnt issues of this paper it has been explained to the publie that a War Saving Cer tificate value £1 and repayable in five years' time, can be purchased' for 15/6, and £1 ceFtifL- - xjate repayable in 10 years' time. can be pur chased' for 12/-. 1 ? v There are, of eourse, many xieople (includ ing school children), who will find it hard to . raise even 12/- in one lump for repatriation purposes, but Captain Cottam, the Secretary of the War Saving Committee, wishes to point out that these people can buy War Savings Stamps for 6d. each at any Post OfSce in Queensland, and a printed -?ard is presented .FREE to the purchaser of the stamps. All . stamps purchased from time to time can be pasted on .to this card, and when the pur- / chaser has 12/- or 15/6 worth of stamps, as the case may be, he or she qfan exchange the card for a War 0 Savings Certificate. The . School children of Victoria ha...

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

Wilaiam Morris Hughes With the war over and peace signed a sense of returning security comes to 'the sorely tried world. As for Australia, she is to wel-' come shortly the last of her sons that have been spared by the war, back from the bloody fields overseas, back from the nearest approach to hell, as men imagine it to be, to the peace ful homes in city and farm and the vast stretches of cattle country in the far West. , Among the latest cables from abrpad comes the news of a farewell luncheon given by the Australian soldiers at the War Chest Club in London to Australia's great little man. William Morris Hughes, one of the most able statesmen Australia has known, is a veteran of a hundred industrial and political battles fought both here and abroad. He it is who fearlessly fought for the benefit of the - various unions who, in the days of their need, chose the -little man to guide their destinies. When Mr. Hughes took up ~ the organising of the waterside workers the wharf labourers...

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

... ; ; - ? ? ' . ? \ .. « !v.': JOHN HQOGE, Surgical Instrument and- Truss R/Jaker to the General and Children's Hospitals, GEORGE STREET; BRISBANE. - (Opposite Supreme Court) Lady in Attendance. 'Phone 602. Cutlery Ground and Set, Q^^TRUSSB For Evarr Ruptar*. - 8- Sessd fsr Prfc* Lst. Wil' mt- you aiosey, ease you: niind. and br.n&. jam comfort I SURGICAL SUPPLIES LTD | Queen-st., Brisbane. John E. Rowland & Co. Wholesale and Retail Hardware Merchants, ' WARWICK. Write for Quotations. ? „ FARMERS Consign your Produce, of every description to f Barnes & Co. Ltd. ROMA ST., BRISBANE. Highest Prices Obtained. PROMPT RETURNS, Auction Sales Daily of all kinds of Produce. Poultry, &c. . ? ' - ;?/ ' ; . 7 Orders for all- lines of Produce,. &c., promptly attended to. ; Ring up Central. 4 150. igaiaiiMMMiiiBTWwrw rinw txi it ^ f 1 ?''* —————— DIGGERS This is your Jeweller, and .... , ; for all classes of Battalion Colour Work in Rings, ' - „ Brooches,...

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

CALL ON PR WRITE The Pianola Company Pty. , ; LIMITED for particulars of PIANOS, The GENUINE- — — - Pianola Pianos and the Aeolian Vocations, The Latest Phonograph; ? PIANOS, STECK, STROUD, FARRAND, AEOLIAN and BRITISH WEBER. Aeolian Pianos, With the Wonderful ♦ ' GRADUOLA DeVlce. -:w Pianola Pianos, STEIN WAY, STECK, STROUD, FARRAND, AEOLIAN, and BRITISH WEBER PIANOS, combined, with the ^ ^ GENUINE ' PIANOLA.' CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST ON The Pianola Co. Cash or Terms oyer 1, 2, or 3 Years.* (Opp. CUSTOM HOUSE), 436-8 QUEEN STREET :: BRISBANE. Exchange Printing Co. Ltd. © For All Classes of Printing, Stationery, etc., 386 QUEEN STREET* BRISBANE. Tel. 849.

Publication Title: Leader, The
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