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Our Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 August 1919

Our Anniversary. - This month marks for the Federation the third year of its existence. Its inception was one of difficulty. We were met with antagon 7 ism at once. It was right that at a time when tile country Was in danger of being seized by a strong brutal enemy, men and boys, the ? , brawn and brain of the community, should en list their services to fight and overcome the dread peril. Those who did serve had of necessity first to learn the art of war in all its- departments, then to surpass the enemy, j lt» was difficult, it was heliish. But there were \ men amongst the soldiers who hati both the i brain, the.s morale, the physical courage, and ] the endurance to bear the fearful strain and to perform the, task. Amidst all that unnameable | horror ^ where one would have supposed no s human could live much less think, our boys did ] organise, did invent, did fight, and did at last overcome. It was right they should do this thing, But it is not right now they should j have anythin...

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

TRAVELLING BAGS. LEATHER 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. L. UHL tSTSoNS LTD. PETRI E BIGHT. # V V T Started in the distilling 'fV ¥''% W A T Tte l''** tT** O f i il l I I V Continued in the maturing I 1 K Vi/ /4 IT ^tU 11 L#1 I I Completed in the blending L/ I— W ill\ C?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WAR GRATUITIES. A FEDERAL EXTENSION. MELBOURNE, July 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 August 1919

WAR GRATUITIES. A FEDERAL EXTENSION. MELBOURNE, July 29. A special war gratuity is granted by the Federal Government to all members of the A.I.F. on their return to Australia, the amount being based on the length of individual service. The Cabinet to-day extehded the grant of these gratuities to actual dependants of .soldiers who died on service.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE FEDERAL EXECUTIVE OF THE FEDERATION MEETS IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 August 1919

THE FEDERAL EXECUTIVE OF THE FEDER ATION MEETS IN MELBOURNE. On Monday, 21st July, the Federal Executive of this Federation sat in Melbourne. There were present representatives of all interested Councils, and the discussions were carried on under the presidency of Mr. M. P. Pimentel. Mr. Norman Worrall, formerly Secretary , for Queensland Division, was chosen Hon. Federal Secretary. Officers for the ensuing twelve months were elected as? follows: President, Captain. G. Carmichael, M.C:, M.L.A.; vice-presidents, N. S. Hyland, M. P. Pimentel, E. ,C-ortis; treasurer, J. Witham; honorary general secretary, N. R. Worrall. The discussions lasted for four days and a great amount of business was transacted^ Re port of the proceedings must, however, be held over, as all the State Councils must first discuss the resolutions passed, and consent tp the Policy and Platform submitted to them for approval or otherwise. In our next issue we will be able to deal, fully with the whole pro ceedings. '...

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

YOU «AVE TO ADMIT; THIS— That the man of loose habits usually ^ turn* in at home in a tight state. That the spice of life is usually found in .family jars, That short skirts may conserve valuable cloth, but they also furnish material for gossip about exposed family skeletons; That you shouldn't aspire to the title of 'head of the farriily' if you are not willing to foot the bills. That the life of any married woman will ; prove a sweet song if her husband is able and wiUing to furnish the 'notes.'1 ' That the man who pins his faith in a woman deserves to get stuck. That when a woman begins to tell her age it is a sure sign that age is beginning to tell on ' her. Thai many a man's train of thought has . been wrecked by defective matrimonial ties. i That no man who is not 'certain of being able to pay the charges should express his love for a woman. — Benjamin Arstein in 'Cartoons.' ? ?? )

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

WHICH? . The Orderly Officer was inspecting the -i rations. 'Any eomplaints?' he asked. ~4 'Just taste this, sir,' said a Tommy, pre ?senting a billycan ef liquid. f . 'It's a very good soup,' said the. officer. 'Yes, sir, but the -corporal says it's te$, the cook says its coffee', and I found .the. scrubbing . ^ brush at the bottom of the dixie t' _ ; » 'i ' |

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

FLUENZA. j * An aromatic inhalant ? Ointment for the rios- w trils. Sold in handy ? tubes. Price, 1/- post ? free, ^Direct from—- V vT, J.LUDDY - - Chemist, f I Courier Building, I Edward Street -BfilSBANE I SUlw '®'° ed So I d i ers * ROTHWELUS ALLOW YOU 5 per cent, discount - ON ALL dASH TRANSACTIONS. If you want a Suit ready to put on, let us show you a 'J^OTHSTED' Ready-to-W ear. It is cut and made on our premises. It is made so smartly that .you will not be ' able j;o tell it from a„suit cut to your measures. mm - prices 0gi — 1 jf I ROTH WELLS LTD. ' EDWARD STREET, BRISBANE.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PSALMS OF BILLJIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 August 1919

v P8ALMS OF BILLJiM. a ✓ And it came to pass in the century named 20 and the year fourteen thereof, that a certain madman arose in Europe,, and gathered unto himself his Field-marshals and said unto them 'Call -together your generals, your lieutenant generals, your brigadier-generals, yea,, all your colonels, your majors/ yea, even down to your, lance-corporals, call them together all those who wear braid that we may conqjier the earth.' - 'And unto his admirals' he said, 'Qall all#your rear-admirals, commodores and all your 'sea- men together, all those who wear buttons and strut upon the deckjMake them to fyll the seas of the earth and with submarines, torpedoes and. guns shall you go and destroy all that sail ; upon the seas.' And his, soldiers and his sailors went fortty even as he had said and. his soldiers slew women and children, and old men and maidens. The women they outraged and the old men &nd children they-butchered. They burned the cities and the Hun who was mad...

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

Victorian Jottings. , Mart! me Strike. At the time of writing Victoria is still in the throes of industrial turmoil. For many weeks '? past unemployment has been gradually extend ing until those industries not directly concerned in the strike have become affected through . . shortage of coal, and the embargo on the use of elCctric power, and have had to pay off all hands. The privation of scores of thousands . who are dependent upon constant work for their bare existence is most acute and long queues of starving women and children as- . semble at the Trades Hall regularly for th$r dole of bread and whatever other relief is handed out. The strikers themselves are evid ently faring well, else the strike would have fizzled out long since, and it is the old story of the innocent having to suffer. # J The R.S. and W.W.I. Union Attitude; The Executive of the Returned Soldiers and War Workers' Industrial Union adopted the attitude that the strike was unjustified, inas much as the seamen re...

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

FRONTAL ANECDOTES. (By NEMO.-)' In the early stages of thei big stunt a typickl bushmari from Queensland, green to the game : was put on sentry go and told to salute every ' officer who passed. » After a time he saw the G.O.M. and staff ? approaching and asked a full private passing „ 'who them toff blokes was a-coming.' 'Why, them's the G.O.M. and staff, ye mug, brush' yerself up smart.' 'Right, oh, matey,', re plied the newey. When the G.O.M. rede up, newey clutched his rifle and saluted with both hands. . The GiO.M. rode up and ,asked him who taught him that salute. 'Beg pardon, sir, but .a bloke told me you was the top dog and I thought' as I was right.' 'No,' no, my lad, always salute in the usual way, but never mind I appreciate your evident good intentions, you'll drop : down soon and make a good; soldier if I'rh not' mistaken.' It was 'Birdie.' Modern Sympathy. . In the trenches an Aussie put his head out and instantly lost it. 'Birdie' coming along - just then looked down a...

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

THE FEDERATION AND MR. MARCOWICZ. Many of our readers will probably have re cently read iii the Brisbane Press a report of a meeting in Brisbane of the Returned Sailors arid Soldiers Imperial League, at which ohe member of the League, in reply to a criticism delivered by Mr. Marcowicz at that meeting, of the Memorial Day Fund Administration -alleged that Mr. Marcowicz was by reason of the nature of his discharge from the A.I.F. not entitled to be a member of that League. At the time in question Mr. Marcowicz was a member of the Imperial League and was sec retary of this Federation. By resignation Mr. Marcowicz has now ceased to be secretary of this Federation and our secretary now is Mr. Worley, formerly the organising secretary. - Immediately after the meeting in question, Mr. Marcowicz proceeded to Sydney from which place he now advises that he is making every endeavour to have a complete and public inquiry instituted into the circumstances under which lie was. discharged from the...

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

REPATRIATION. The subject of Repatriation, as every ques tion concerning the welfare of the returned soldier, has always received our most sincere consideration. in the past few months we have felt it our duty 'to- criticise the department in order to safeguard the interests, of the returned sailors and soldiers. In a free and democratic com-: munity, the right to criticise is the strongest weapon- in the hands of the public and much good can be' achieved by using this powerful means, provided it is used wisely and in^he interests of Right and Justice. * ? . . ? ; Whilst therefore we always reserve for our selves the right of free and impartial criticism, we are yet ready to give credit where credit , is due and therefore have much pleasure in making the following announcement.. Consequent upon an article which appeared in the columns of our March issue, under the title — * '? 'S.P.R.' an inquiry was instituted by the. State Repat riation Board into the cases referred to in that art...

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

i^A4 V fl A M/jjU' Seeded Raisins , Lexias U/* Y U/A ¥¥ 111 Currants, Sultanas ( Sun«Raysed ) in i ib. Net Cartons. --V ' da y da wn. — i

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

' Saddles, Harness, mj if And ail classes of Leather Goods ?' W jll When you left the shores of Queensland to defend tlie cause i* *???? R Jl of Right, and Justice, you disposed of your Saddle. Now you g. W W If have returned you will want another, something GOOD, some- 2 \V1W / thing that WILL LAST and give YOU SATISFACTION and £ COMFORT. g We manufacture the BEST SADDLES. When you deal . , * , . /.F ' with us, you are DEALING DIRECT WITH THE MANUFAC /./ TURERS. ^ i t , , John WieneTie (late of Roma) is in our employ, and we are yf the only firm that can supply the Genuine Wieneke Saddle. CJ SADDLES, FULLY MOUNTED, from .. £7 T 0 2 ?J . BUGGY MARNE^S, from . .. .. . . .. . ^ . , . £8 10 0 -S '3 SPRINGCART HARNESS, from .. .. .. . . .. £10 10 0 £ Jj . SPECIAL DISCOUNT to Returned Soldiers at-- ^ . Send your HIDES, SKINS & FAT STOCK To the Old Established Salesmen MOREHEADS LTD., Brisbane tmsik* /. ' j piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiBiiiiiiiia || . You quickly realise that f...

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

| Soldiers Effect Savings by doing | I #||Hp- - their own | | « ? Boot Repairs | ':v ♦♦♦ A complete . Repairing Outfit, com ♦- prising the items . listed hereunder K* Costs only 24/7, and. the cost is soon ♦♦♦ . defrayed by the big saving effected in ' V the family repairing account. After a few repairs have been executed the outfit is paid for, and available for use ? £ for many years. The weight of the - whole Outfit is about 141bs.- and suf X flcient should be added for railage or' A postage ; any balance will be 'prompt ♦♦♦ -ly refunded:-— ' . ♦♦♦ One Boot Last . . 2/3 £ One Boot Knife ............ . 10d One Boot Rasp ? ? . .. 3/9 A One Boot Hammer. . . . . . . . . . . . 3/9' A One Bottle Burnishing Ink .... 1/4 . One Ball Hemp ? ? ? 1/8 ♦♦♦ One Pair Pinches ............ 3/ ♦- One Awl Handle ............ 1/6 One Awl ? ? ? ? 1d «£♦ One Heel Ball ? ? ? ? ? 1d ♦♦♦ One Glazing Iron ... . . ... ... . 2/- - One Sheet Emery ....... ..... 2^d ?*f One Pair Men's Leather Sole . . 2/6 *£ O...

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

^ :; SH6RT TETHER, - - . Wife : ' Oh, doctor, Benjamin seems to be wandering in his ,mind..'' Doctor (|who knows Benjamin) : ' Don't trouble about that — he can't .go far.' —'Medical Pickwlcjs.'

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

HOTEL CECIL, GEORGE STREET - - - BRISBANE This well-known hotel is now thoroughly renovated from top to bottom. A lift, the septic tank system, and lounges on each, flat, are included in the improvements. All modern cotiiforts. - ? J« JOHNSTQIVIi.. Proprietor.

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

An Appeal for Funds. The life of our Federation is organisation. ?We. Jive to organise for political purposes. We want to grip the politics of this country, there fore, we must spread our organisation throughout the whole land. in New South Wales this is being done at a very rapid rate. The Federation is spreading, because in it the people feel there is the means found and offered to them for the salvation of this country. But in New South Wales they p have funds with which to forward the work of J organisation. And they have Carmichael! But f even Carmich^el's name, prestige, and power f would fail without funds. That is the point, it We must have good men who believe in our policy to go~out and preach our doctrines. We have such men in our midst, who have made ? a deep study of political economy, and . of the \ want of these times of stress. They know it, ; they understand it thoroughly. We cannot, however ' make iuse of their knowledge, their understanding, their energy, because ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WOMAN IN A NEW WORLD. "THE HABIT OF SERVICE." [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 August 1919

WOMAN IN A NEW WORLD. 'THE HABIT OF SERVICE,' It was in Sydney some months ago* that a ' young soldier speaking at a meeting in St. James' Hall, said: 'We have acquired the habit of service— we acquired it over there at Gal lip oli and on the Western front. We have ac quired it so strongly that we will never lose it —service has become a habit.' It was at a meeting organised by Sir William M'Millan — N really a political meeting— and the speaker was Lieut. Ned Gortis, formerly of the Mining Corps. He has done much in N.S.W. since his return, not only for the spldier, but— through « the soldier's cause — for the community in gene ral, because he has brought this spirit of ser vice, into every movement in which he is in terested: iHe brings it wherever he goes — it is his Slogan — and through it he is bringing ' something worth-while— a spirit which has never existed before-*— into politics, into busi ness, into women's movements, into the dry as-dust, machine-made, political world he...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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