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

♦ ? | Tell your Friends about the Goodness of f r U EENZQ ♦ ? ? - 'X' ' ♦ The Tried and Proyed Money=saving Treatrijent for '? ♦ | Asthma, Bronchitis, Golds, Whooping* I Cough, Influenza, Catarrh, and | | Sore Throats. | | FOR INFLUENZA J i USE HEENZO ! ! 01 i | Heenzo Cough Diamonds. : 'X HEENZO is Pleasant to take. i' , ♦ HEENZO sterilizes' Germs in the Mouth and Throat. T HEENZO soothes and heals Inflamed Mucous Membrane/ X HEENZO allays Distressing Coughs. + ♦ HEENZO clears the Bronchial Tubes. N , ' f ; ^ T HEENZO is' a Great Money-Saver. ^ ♦ ' 2 | Costs 2/= Saves Pounds i X , ' : ' X Each bottle of Heenzo, when added to sweetened water, as per easy directions T X printed on the label, produces a family supply of superior quality mixture— as X J - much as would cost from 12/- to . £1, or more, if you bought ordinary ready-made X A mixtures in a Jot of little bottles. Money cannot buy a better medicine than ♦ £ the Heenzo mixture, which' you may prepare in your own home in a few...

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

LIGHTENING THE LOAD. There had been a slight accident in a Penn sylvania coal-mine, with the result that Casey , , was partly buried by a small quantity of earth. Callahan, the leader of the rescuing party, called down to ' Casey : ' Kape aloive, Casey. We're rescuin' ye.' Whereupon there came from the earth a muffled voice, ' Is that big Mclntyre up there wid ye?' ' Shure he is.' iv, 'Thin ask him plaze to step off the rooins. I've enough on top of me widout him.' — ' Harper's Weekly.'

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

V . ? : ; .. . . , ? ? ? ? — ' ... : ; : ? Deetr Mr. Soldier, and Sailor Man, : i ? ^ ,! '. We respectfully wish to bring to your notice a I new suggestion we have. . /*-' We desire to point out the advantage ofv our offer , -iU ' };! , to those who have not. the available casfi. Our gradual vi| ; paynieht system will enable you vfeo obtain £254wortl^ of - .;| JK |! ' goocls on a deposit of £5, and instalment repayments * '? i? ;!}!, ft covering a peribd of 20 months, namely £1 morithly\ !|j Should more than £25 worth be be required, Tve 'V; ' sh&ll be pleased to make arrangements. \ ' l iv il || _ * On the other hand, for cash we will allow a good ^ .11 V' ^ ? discount. : v. v v A visit at your , convenience will be much; ap- ? |i ' jtreciated. :?f x '? / ||j; j ? Yours faithfully, N ' C li t ' F. XRIXTOIST Limited, ii . House Furnishers and Manufacturers, , George Street - - - BRISBANE. : ? 1 1 1 , . \ s . ? ? .? 1 1 ' ?? : ;:: ^^l^Wafigh Always in front Success at the Fro...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
HAVE YOU EVER SAID THE SAME? [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 August 1919

HAVE YOU EVER SAID THE SAME? ' Take this medicine,' said the young doc tor. ' If it doesn't cure you, come back in a few days and I shall -give you something .that will.' The patient - pocketed the dope reluct antly.. In a few moments he returned. ' If you don't mind, Doc, I'll take some of that that will cure me right away.' —Journal of the American Medical Association. /

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

w ^ S A STAGE SECRET. Eleven years ago. a talented actress visited Australia and created a sensation with her wonderful hair. Both men and women mar velled not only at the length of her hair, but its. glorious lustre and colour. It was univers ally believed to be a natural shade, ,but the. popular little lady has since admitted that she had become prematurely grey . and had an application in New York of the Famous Herbal Paste which , was then , beginning its career. This was the introduction to Australia of the Famous Herbal Paste now used on Millions of * heads all over the world. Stands alone as the Finest ' Permanent Herbal Colouring the world has yet produced. Obtainable only' at SQLE AQENT, MAISON MARGELLE, Ground Floor, City Buildings (opp. Rothwell's), Eftward-st. 'Phone 808. Country ladies may obtain par ticulars of Home Treatment by Mail. Write to-day.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Curse of the New Parties. Mr. Holman Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 August 1919

* The Curse of the New Parties. - Mr. Holm an Again. ^ 'Th6 National Party was called int© exist ence because of -the paramount necessity to place national affairs first. Two things were / . agreed upon between the loyalist section of the old Labour party and th'e more democratic sec tion of the old /Liberal party. It was agreed ? first that while the war lasted every other con sideration should bo subordinated to the ob ject of helping the Commonwealth Govern ment exert the full power of Australia at the r 'front; and, secondly, that while devoted to a policy of advancement along democratic lines that policy should be effected by constitutional ; means as against the violence and revolution preached by their opponents.' ; : : The above is an extract of Mr. Holman's speech at Dubbo on the 30th of July last. It 1 - soundfe well, we must admit. It is4 pleasing to know that the National party of which Mr. Holman is the official head in New South Wales was formed with the object to win ...

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

CUSS. When you've come to ' Hard Cuss Corner ' - 1 And the air is full of Fog And you've quite forgot your bearings ? Until you bump a log; Then the fog assumes a deeper blue From words which you have' said, And the M.O. adds his little spiel, While bandaging your head. : ? ; For it's Cuss ? When your six days in the trenches ( | Or maybe it is seven) Have earned for your your well bought rest, Which seems to you like heaven, And the S.M. balls you out for guard From two until eleven. It's Cuss ? When you haven't got a Blooming franc And it's many Moons till pay, And you haven't smoked a cigarette Since a week ago to-day; If you .notice 'Gift' tobacco In a Beige Estaminet Just Cuss ? - : . V For I'm sure the good St. Peter, * Keeping guard ,upon the gate, Won't call on you to do C. B., Or say you'll have to wait; . For he relieved his own mind once, So I have heard them state, . With a Cuss. —'B.C. Veterans' Weeldy.' Trooper Brainwave (of the Late Horse) sends in particulars of a sc...

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

FOR ALL THE YEAR— BULIMBA BEER JA ROYAL BEVERAGE— QCIEEN LAGER , ... * ?

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

mmamsmmmmaammmmmamammmmaam^aamamm The Brolga Tea House In the Spacious Rooms lately occupied by the too-ee Cafe ISLES' LANE - - - Off QUEEN STREET v /?' DIGGERS! Recommend this to all your friends. Quick Luncheons and Dainty Refreshments a Speciality. Morning, Afternoon Teas and Light Refresh* ments all hours. THE RENDEZVOUS OF LOYALTY. (Mrs.) CRAM PTON ANDREWS, Proprietress. mmmmamKmmmmaBmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmgmmmmammmmmamKmmmmmmammmmmmm I 'Phone 2926. Norman M. Bells coy. Meclianical Engineers Electrical Engineers 83, 85 Eagle St., BRISBANE. Sole Agents for: Standard waygood Elevator Company, Limited. 'Phone 2795. 4 R. M. BROWN, Fitzroy Buildings, Adelaide St., Brisbane. Specialist in Office Supplies. Importer of Carbon Paper for Pen, Typewriter, and Billing. Typewriter Ribbons for all Machines. i t Banana Farmers! For highest Prices and Business Promptitude, consign your Ba- . nanas, Fruit, Produce, and: Poultry to B. H. WHITE General Auctioneer.. Municipal Markets, Roma Street, Pr...

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

Farm Seeds and Fruit Tre es 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. Seedsmen and Nurserymen, GEORGE STREET BRISB^^S

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

THE RIGHT ONE. T The scarred veteran was telling stories of his thrilling; experiences on the field of battle to a party of young recruits, who listened at tentively to his words of wisdom. 'After going into action against machine gun fire, I was- carried away wounded. The' sur geon examined me, and said to the stretcher bearers: 'Take him and have him- carefully laid ... in the ammunition waggon, and- ? ' 'Look here,' - interposed one of the re cruits, 'you're mixed up. You mean they car ried you to the ambulance waggon.' 'NOi I don't,' replied, the veteran emphatic ally shaking his grizzled head. ''I was so full of bullets that the doctor thought my proper place was in the ammunition waggon.' Even„ though some ? women worship their husbands? they should, cut put the 'burnt offer- - ings' at meal times. \

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MEGALOMANIA. The Curse of the World and of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 August 1919

MEGALOMANIA. The Curse of the World and of Australia.. 1 ? ? : ? : ? : ? , After such a world upheaval as has smitten the earth it is . only natural! that men's minds , and emotions should still, find for some time to come, be in an unsettled state. The world . is weakened. The seizure was of such a nature that no man, no nation could' under- stand exactly what it was. The only thing left ( to do was to fight, wound, kill, spread death bearing gases, bring together all the inventive ! . genius of whatever sort and form wherever it might be found, in order to confound and con \ quer that which had sprung from the womb of hell. Mankind has geen sorely hurt. Families are living, some in sorrow, some in bitterness. Trade and commerce have been dislocated. Men who fought and were wounded, by the very , nature of their wounds, 'have been un fitted for the occupations they once followed. . The love; the mind, the morale and the health ?of man have suffered, and is still suffering. ? Who ca...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Memorial Day Expenses. WHAT WERE THEY? [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 August 1919

Memorial Day Expenses ' ' - WHAT WERE THEY? ' Sir,— I subscribed to the Memorial Day. Ap peal because I wished- to assist a movement., which I understood had for its sole object the .erection of memorials to the men who fought and fell for Australia., I was surprised, there fore, to hear the statements made last week by Mr. Markowicz at a? meeting 'of the Return ed Soldiers' League- — viz.: Th&t the money was . going to swell the coffers of the League. I did not work for the Appeal or subscribe to it with the intention that the money should go .to the League. As a fact, I do not support the League for the reaso'n that. I ^cannot see how they will ever enforce soldiers' . claims. They could* do if they changed their constitu tion, but that is another matter; ; : Further, Mr. Markowicz made some very pointed statements regarding the expenses in curred by the- Appeal Committee. Will the Honorary Treasurer explain \vhat money was spent* and how it was spent? . I contend that —we...

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

Australian Industries Week. Prom 18th to 25th of this month the Cham ber of Industries purpose resuming the cam paign begun five years ago for the educating of the people as to the value of Australian manufactured goods. During the war there was no opportunity of carrying on the cam paign. It is important now that the Chamber should again take lup its work. As the movement has a bearing, and a very big one at that, upon the repatriation of re turned soldiers, it is up fco the 'Diggers' to boost the movement. ' We don't want imported stuff in Australia if we can make the articles ourselves. We can grow almost anything that can be groyvn, and we have under the soil almost every mineral that can be dug lup. Why send our products to foreign manufacturers to make our goods? The war has shown that amongst the Austra lian soldiers were some of the most inventive brains of the army. It was an Australian, top, who invented the Harvester. We can make it in Australia if we will apply ourselves...

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

eb . ? . Jfr ? ^ | To Returned Soldiers contemplating opening up | | ? in Business for themselves ^ | 2 DON'T OpElti YOUR DOORS WITHOUT HAVING FIRST TAKEN ' |© 5 THE NECESSARY STEPS TO SYSTEMATISE YOUR STORE. y, - It's a New Credit File that Safeguard's, your ' ,.S, ??' credit -business in a better, easier, quicker, .... 5' YS 1 MP L E°,UIS P E°ED Y, ^CONVENIENT, jj' ? - / See this new File, or find out how it will stop (js ' ? J your loses, please your customers, and relieve ' i ' The National Cash Register Co. J ' ^ ~ '' ' 343 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. jj - -rrrrrrrrrs Trrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr^ Grained Melting Shortbreads | ; ^jS^filled with Seville Orange Marmalade *'ie very ^ ^ y°u *ry ? MAKMfllADE : DESSERT ; , j biscuits you will be won by the unique flavor 1 ' AffijjH — j arid richness of these new biscuit confections. The-y | V&&B&5; j are small golden grained melting: shortbreads with 8 * ' ' ^^BWwP^P I a filling of delicious Seville Orange Marmalade. | j N...

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

j George Wills&Co. LM- 1 I General Merchants t | Wharf Street :: Brisbane. 1 ± ' T Sole Agents for ; . T I ftllflilMtifl' Canned Fruits, Jam, Cocoa, Cocoa | | Uulublll and Milk, Tea, Shaker Salt, Pickles | J ' THIS BRAND STANDS FOR QUALITY % X SO ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEMf : ; % We also handle Large Stocks of CARBIDE, WIREy WOOLSACKS ♦ | RESIN, HESSIAN, Etc., Etc. , ? | Wholesale Merchants Only, f X & D Grocers, Butchers, Confectioners, etc. You should use ayton Moneywelflht Scales. They are certified by all Inspectors of Weights, mistakes Impossible. Accuracy in w eighin Money valve shown with correct weight. Scales, Baccn Cutters and Cheese Cutters to suit a)] trade wStdiSS™ Dayton Moneyweight scale Co., Ltd. 841 ^Tho.V I ft PUMPS i . (lltltak FOR ALU USES Ml ? J' ' We have them — yes, from the Little ^ - i ill mi Kitchen Pump right up to the Deetf Well' ill , 1 -'gL Pumping Engines, with capacities rang- jk . 11 { ing from 100 Gallons to 50,000 Gallons NO PROPOSITI...

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

You Soldiers Just Home from the War » , You remember when you 'joined up' how you put away your citizen clothes, thinking, 'They may be quite alright when I come home again.' But to some of you, that was 2, 3, 4 years ago, and now that you're put ting away your uniform for re-union days and getting back to business, you find that the old suit won't do at all! Your physique has changed. You feel you simply must get a new suit! And it's a good idea to start this new phase of your life with a new suit! You know as well as any man the value of a smart, clean-cut ap pearance, and you're going to start your citizen life right—in a new suit! LET BEIRNE'S MAKE IT. ? , BEIRNE'S SUITS (To Measure): 847- to 10 Guineas. are the best suits your money can buy! Let the* chips fall where they ' . ' may. ? ? — . ? ? .... .? Come in and let us get your measure. You'll be glad you did. T.C.Beirne & Co. 'The House of the People' The Valley = - Brisbane. * *? ? r c ifiyc t ? \ I 'AIiIIIbi Ihe Se...

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

? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ... ? ? ; ? ? ? ? - v Soldiers Resuming Business will find it advantageous to call and ' consult us about their requirements in - ^ / MOTOR and CYCUNfi GOODS. SPECIAL EASY TERMS ARRANGED. j 'Indian' Motorcycles 22 Side Cars. j Massey Bicycles. Sporting Goods. * - Canada Cycle & Motor Agency (Q.) LIMITED Corner CREEK and ADELAIDE STREETS, BRISBANE. Branches! RockKampton, Charters Towers and Lismore, N.S.W.

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

° WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES. The campaign to raise £1,000;000 in Queensland by means of War Savings Certifi cates is ?now fully launched, and according to/ Captain Cottam, secretary, Queensland War Savings Committee, on a fair way to success. 'The money to be raised,' says 'Captain COttam, 'is for Repatriation purposes. The expense of bringing Our men back from France and Egypt and establishing them again in civi lian life is very' heavy, but Australia is not go ing to be deterred by that fact. The people of Australia put up tlie money to send the boys across the sea, and to equip them while there. They will be even more willing to put up what money is necessary to bring them back again. 'But apart altogether from the patriotic point of view, the purchase of War Savings Certificates is worth, the attention of every man and woman. It is the finest investment offering t'o-day. The small sum of 12s. buys a £1 cer tificate repayable in ten years. A £1 certificate, repayable in 5 years, c...

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