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

Charlton, Elliott S Co. AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE . AGENTS.,;/ / Managers for Absentees. Houses Let and Rents Collected. .ESTATES DIVIDED ANf- SOLD BY PUBLIC ' v., ? \ ' auction. ' ' ; We have Buyers for Suitable Housesand Building Sites in good localities. ' ' ! CHARLTON, ELLIOTT & CO., ' 356-8 QUEEN STREET - - BRISBANE. DIGGERS. Patronise HiNRY STONE GROCER AND FRUITERER, MAIN STREET, KANGAROO POINT (near School of -APts.) FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES DAILY, AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. ; ' Once a Customer always 'a Customer. J. Hendry firlce JEWELLER Fitzroy Buildings, Adelaide Street, . Where Bailors, Soldiers , :???' . and Civilians receive' ' f Service and Civility. , V ' - ' V ? DENTIST. CHEMIST. Alex. M, Gordon 381-3 QUEEN STREET . (Neap Preston House) MOUTH AND GUM DISEASES SPECIALLY « TREATED. . 'Phone 4907' w- SHEao. Baker and Flour Merchant. Head Office and Factory Gladstone Rd., S.B. 1st Prize National Exhibition, 1906-07-09 for Bread, We are cel...

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

DOING HIS BIT. It was at a big battle on the Western Front. A certain officer approached. Jock and said; 'Now, Jock, it is man to man.' When the attack; came, Jock, with his rifle, soon accounted for one German; then he sat down with his rifle across his knees. The offl- . t cer, seeing Jock, approached him,, again and said: 'I thought I told you it was mai* to man?' 'So you did,' said Jock, 'arid I have/killed my man.' 'Yes,' said the officer, '£ut when you have killed one man you have to go on killing more.' ' 'By Jove!' said Jock, 'why did you not tell riie half-an-hour ago? I would have killed the blooming German, Army by now..'

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

I--JS^ A Hand-Tailored Suit And a Suit that you'd he proud of. Hade of ? ? All Wool Australian Tweed, in Browns and Greys — a beautiful fabric—of classic appear When we say han^i-tailored we mean it— no tac tory make about the 'M.D.E.' kind. 'Tis a Suit ^ 1111 wISh ' ' that Cultured Tailors only can build. The cut sill of 'M.D.E.' Suits insures, a perfect fit— and ap-v pearance means success to every man. The - ? trimmings used are none other than First Class and remember, we make no extra charges for I - turn-up bottoms, etc. Our quoted price of £7 r I mm : Kindly'Call, Write Us, op ring for Patterns — I hV Ipl- but to not fail to. leave your measurements. I Hf HH - WE PAY carr,age LL- McDonnell & east ltd. -r, ^ ' George Street :: , BRISBANE. - Hotel Victoria STANLEY STREET TRAMS TO DOOR. Under New Management. (Near Victoria Bridge). TERMS MODERATE. LARRY QUINN, Proprietor. ? ? _ ? SOUTH BRISBANE. Telephone 2164. j S Ttie Performance of 1 ! EMU 'Engines' j) H stands as vis...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OPEN CONFESSION IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 August 1919

OP'EN CONFESSION IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL. Surgeon's instrument case lost in some saloon. . Reward. Dr. H. E. Lebel, 1227 Hen nepin. —Classified Ad. in ' Minneapolis Tribune.' Officer (looking out over the Sinai Desert) : 'This country wouldn't be much use to us in Australia?' Corporal: 'Blime, wouldn't it? They'd cut it up into farms for. Returned Soldiers {' — Smith'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

The LIFE Insurance Coy. of Australia Ltd. : The 'L.C.A.' t . is prepared to assist you to become a Property Owner. Under this system practically every man may become His Own Landlord and thereby save all the money at present being spent in Rent. Get particulars TO-DAY of this most generous and comprehensive Policy. The 'L.C.A.' London Bank Chambers, QUEEN STREET, t BRI8B A N E. 'Phon* Central §2$0, WAR SERVICE -? ' ' ? 1914 to 1919 . NOW IN BUSINESS AGAIN! . If you want to buy a Home or a Farm see a returned soldier first. The main thing to be considered is 'straight forward honest dealings so Jet me be your medium, and prove myself. ... Phone 6579 CHAS. V. L MITCHELL HOUSE* LAND, ESTATE (§1 BUSINESS BROKER Htsxham's Buildings, 151 Street. ? — , — ___ ? ? . , The Queensland National Bank Lttf. (Incorporated under the Companies' Act, 1863) jankers to the Government of Queensland, under agreement extending to June 30, 192i. AUTHORISED CAPITAL .. .. .. .. .. .. £2,000,000 0 0 - ^ SUBSC...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WOMEN AND POLITICS. NON-PARTY GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 August 1919

WOMEN AND POLITICS. NON-PARTY GOVERNMENT. / ,- J There' are those -who - say that parties v$ll -always exist— that .we will never do away with party; — tMt for the proper 'Government tif' a country there must b e the ' Government* ' 'and the 'Opposition,' -who, it would appear, ire . forever at each others throats— that to bflng ? about, efficient' legislation there must be always two separate groups of gentleman sitting on opposite benches, whose: principal occupation is to flatly contradict each other and argue and wrangle . over every proposition which is . brought forward 'for the benefit of the coiin- . . try.' . ' It always did seem 'a silly sort of way', of ' governing a country, anyway, but of recent years it has become worse than 'silly,' it has become pernicious with its bitter class preju dice— its intrigues and wire pulling, until now politics has become a 'profession,' and each 'party' a gigantic machine, each out of circum vent the .other— the , 'party' politician, wit...

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

LIKE AND UNLIKE. All old preacher used to say that, a wife should be*, at once like and unlike three things. First, she should be like a priail. always keep within her liouse ; but she should not, -like , a snail, carry all she has on. her. back. , ^ Secondly, she should be like an echo, to speak wlfien she is spoken to; but she. should not, like . an echo, always have the last word: Thirdly, she should be- like the town clock, always keep time regularly ; . but . she should not,' like the^ town clock, speak so ; loud, that all tfee town may hear her., ?, — ' Boston Transcript.' -V ' . ?' V '

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

-aJ - ^ €alv. Corr. Iron . All Lengths. r sSPOUTING, RIDGE CAPPING, DOWN PIPES, VALLEY, TANKS and STOVE RECESSES. Lowest Market Prices. i ?BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY A SPECIALTY. :r-.* ?? ? ' - Correspondence Invited. Watson Bros. Ltd., □PLUMBERS and BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS. ' Show Room: '143-5 'QUEEN STREET (near Albert Street). ?? ...' ?: - ? ? ? ? '? ? ? V Office and ^Warehouse: '127-133 MARGARET STREET, BRISBANE. 'Phone 5830 (two lines). Albert Tea Rooms (Two doors from Adelaide Street) In ALBEfiT STREET# Near Tivoli Theatre. ilORNING, AFTERNOON and NIGHTLY jDAINTY LUNCHEONS .& REFRESHMENTS, , . Open from 9 a.m. til) 11 p.pr. Daily. . G. VENERY and P. LANDOS, 1 ? , Proprietors; Benjamin F. Cribb REAL ESTATE AGENT. * ** ' ' ' ~ ' ' 0 Properties For Sale in all parts of the City and Suburbs. Mortgages Arranged for any amount (Large or ; V Small) on Improved -Real Estate. ' House,, Land, Insurance, and General Agent.; ? ? » .. - - . ?? ?* ? 'Valuator, Arbitrator, Accountant, Trustee...

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

- POY & GIBSONS Boirts Ind Shois jT? ' -'IpS -Is j.,.* «- J? v 1 t . - *- M~* irrJ --*?- * ? ,'4 *- ^SBShRBHISPh ' i-;t ?^??N 2- -v- 4h -tp ? - I h ^ * ' — * . .. ^ '?* ' jR«Hra| ?' * A hundred y.earsago Napoleon, Wellington 'and- Blucher, the three 'great generals of another ytorld war, studied. their soldierS^^lOTt^i^r^ V* ^ ,iu „ . '** ?* 'L [\ * » ; f '.' ???v-« A^rBaehMot^^eWA-g-^fer»ls.4nV«n^e^a.^hoev..or-Boot?;whifeh:was-vcfitlculat6d-',t6r6JiBure greater efficiency in the indi- ? vidual soldier, which- these great leaders were looking for/ These hoots, were called the Blucher, tfile Wellington, %ndt .. the Napoleon, and;of ; these throe the Blucher, now, so popular in} the jiew Cossack pattern, is the beat suited' to 1,1 . Queensland conditions,™ and -we have a fine stock of these lines wKich^we.,.arev . :?, V^r -' J / A- 'A a:- / ' „ r-«^ vj. , ir -™ ,v * - . . ? « . | ? ' ' OFFERlj^^^PO^^Vy \AT T^E FOLLOW- ^ ^ ~ ^ ^ ^ S 1708.— Men's 'Calf Cossacks, —stout standard'...

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

Maimed Men and Clerical Work. (By 'Carbon.') A fair question which may be asked many ^ business houses of Brisbane is: ? What steps are you taking to give clerical employment to maimed men? When the A.I. F. called for -. ' town_workers, the heads of the -business houses . of many of the large cities of the GommQn ? . wealth ..addressed their staffs, and pointed out the gravity of the -situation. No men respond ed more readily, than the clerks, in fact in some cases employers had to seek an armistice and ask men not to don khaki till they were able to make 'other arrangements;' And what were those .'.'other arrangements?' It soon became . apparent. ? ?' Girls who had just left ; ' school were rushed into commercial- colleges : : and then into the billets the men had vacated , at the request of their employers. - The girls proved cheap and like all Australians they were . able to learn quickly. V - Men overseas who had ' left the. counting t house for the front ^ine kept iup a regular...

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* |t Returned M^n I fx ♦I Vic . Jensens if ♦X give 10 per cent Discount on all £♦ ♦J purchases. No advances inc prices. ♦ a 'Men's Tan Willow Derby Bal§ with T-^ Caps or without ? 19/11 4^ Repairs done. Best leather used. ft VIC. JENSENS, £EleHr£?S!,'s it v a Queen Street, BRISBANE. T a & We pny postage. Write for Catalogue, a a ; ' c, A. SPURG1N HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST. ^ Largest Hygienic Saloon in Australia TWELVE (12) CHAIRS. Only Address — Vv o. — Next to — r» ? 1 Queen bt., 'Daily Man' or is bane Perhaps it was all a dream, because strange v' ' I IVor ft!) fiaku\fl Pur Doses % ? /' | '? \ J lib ^_^lb'N(P« ' **OSV»U£ft' ? % -1 Op SODA ^ g . 4. ... MARKvtai 0 Son ( »«ti B KLEPALO Obtainable only In j . I, J and lib. packet# I That Klepalo is better than 9 ? ' Cream of Tartar for Baking B - you already know, but did you. 5 know that Klepalo is now put 9 up in packets only? | I Insist on genuine packets ana a ' ? avoid substitutes j 8 All Groce...

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

W f § m m Pione tto. S67f The Returned Soldiers Patronise ^ 5 atisfaet ion Given or Ifleney Returned* 114 WiekhamSf.,ifalley 1 QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. IS AUGUST MEETING j ?-?ill'. ' ;? v—- . .: - ? ? - ^ ' - . ''li | August, I 6t,h 20th and 23rd. I ;?;. MAURICE BALD WIN,. Secretary. !! . | ROWE I BROS. Z Both A.I.F. 1 DIGGERS ♦ , ROW .?- I ESS j ! Tailors & Mercers I X Quality like Aeroplanes and Prices like Submarines. . i j-* J J Our Prices are lower than all others— * ,. J 7 BOOTS £0 12 6 ,, % +? ^ Business Suits to Measure'* .. £5 5 0 *, ♦ ♦ Cambric Shirts ./.... ....... £0 5 11 . - £ 1 * + | - SMALL SHOP, SMALL PRICES, AND SMALL PROFITS. , r 1 X ' % CALL AND WE WILL PROVE IT. v' , X J Note the Address— \ | _? | 169 Queen Street, | £? BETWEEN PAVILION AND MAJESTIC PICTURES. - - ♦ 2 -.??' ? ♦ I ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦^♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^ m f ' ? ? fl ? can be arranged in monthly payments a. - Your ITP mmw The state insurance Office I 'III LI I V II I VJMI III Ivv ....

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

Ne ws of the Branches. Townsville. — : / ' Captain Rhodes writes, 22nd* July: I beg to inform you that at a general meeting of mem bers' of the above Federation held in the Odd^ fellows' Hall, on the 18th instant, it was de cided that a branch of the 'Federation be form ed in Townsville, '.a-nd the following committee was appointed: President, 'Mr. G. Murray; vice president, Captain F. Rhodes; hon. treasurer, Miss Crombie; Messrs. W., J. Byrne, Keane, G; L. Franklin, F. Essery,' W. Nicholas, G. Roberts, . J. Broadf oot, and W. Page. . From this committee an executive composed of the President,. Vice-president, Miss Grombie, . Page, and Nicholas was formed. Tliis execu- ? tive will meet weekly, the general committee monthly. ? For some time Captain Rhodes has been the sole representative of the Federation in Towns ville, and has been indefatigable in his efforts to secure members. He has met with remark able-success. * Both in number of members and in the personel. of the committee a...

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

Telephone, Central 615. ERNEST C HENZELL . . and . . W. CARLYLE HENZELL ? , HOUSE, LAND and COMMISSION AGENTS, Queensland Deposit Bank Buildings, cop. ALBERT & ADELAIDE STS., BRISBANE. B Communicate with J. W. TRITTON, ' B B Furnishers, Valley. B B I would esteem it .'a great fav- B ? our if you would forward me a B ? list of your Furnishing Require- B B ments. We would immediately give B Prices by retpjtatomail. Better Still H| ? if you come along yourself.. As it B B is at present and until normal con B ditions obtain, catalogues are - of B B ? little avail. We give Discount , for B B Gash or arrange terms to suit you. B B We are now offering beautifully- B Hj finished BEDROOM SUITES in B B Silky Oak from!*' £15. ' Maple, B £16/10/-. Bedsteads , in Silky Oak |B B or Maple, £3/10/- and £4/10/-. B Mattresses, Double Fibre, £1/7/9; fl| SB Kapok, £2/2/6 j Kitchen Chairs, B ? 5/- each. . B B You will always find you can do ? a little better at J. W. .TRITTON'S B ? NEW FURNISHIN...

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

'The Message*' (By W. O'BRIEN.) It~has passed like the drifting shadow of a dream.- The Peace Pageant, a brilliant spect acle,, has wound across v the stage flaunting exultantly the triumph of Right over Might, marking the crushing of an arrogant despoiler, back into the black depths of shame and dis honour. - . And of the tens of thousands who lined the streets to make holiday, who can say 'what ? varied emotions stirred in their breasts? Did they, whose loved ones sleep in foreign soil feel anew the dull ache of empty hearts? i Did they see again through a mist of unshed tears, those lads how sleeping beneath a simple cross, whose epitaph 'For Australia' is' written in the boi)k of life? Did they, who knew no sacrifice and side-stepped their re sponsibilities to their, country feel the stab of conscience, or the glow of gratitude for sal vation from unnamable horrors? Did .young Australia feel the beat and throb of the - pride of kinship with those who have engraved the' namte of ...

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

j Are you a ReturnedDigger? j ♦ . If .go.- there is no. reason why you should pay the excessive ;.r X ? ♦ ^prices how being charged, when we will make you the smartest T'-jflRu Wmi A \k X J Suit you ever wore from - JNiwf |V\ ^ I 75/- to 210/- : fii ♦ But whatever the price the value will be the best possible. ,«] jm I \\Xpf ' ♦ for the money paid. We have a splendid^selection, including— - Jm! Ill A 1 \ IT ^ ♦ - PURE WOOL AUSTRALIAN ' - (Mf JA I A ♦ TWEEDS AND SERGES. J ^ If yo;u want a Suit at once, our famous uWonour,,^Semi- :- mlJfW W I I ? T . j + Ready- Suits will fill the bill completed ;to y, our etac^ 'J muTM : I . J1 T + - ments in: 6ne hour at 70/-, 80/-, 90/s ' * ? 'j |l|jf ? .1- II ♦ ♦ Don^t fail to call, and save the 40/- special discount off your f|' |/-| W T I II ' ♦ ? T Suit, we give to Returned Diggers. - ' I / li fi 1^1 ^ I CHARLES GILBERT LIMITED, I 1 \ ! :vv..: Ar.' ? 1 : ? Over 25 years Tailoring Specialists, [2 1m ? 9u J ? ~ f QueenStrcet (near Bridge), BRISBA...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
What Australia Has Before Her IN GOVERNING LATE GERMAN NEW GUINEA AND OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 September 1919

VNiat Australia Has Before Her . | IN GOVERNING LATE GERMAN NEW; I ? GUINEA I j-: ? , - ? : ?????' AND OTHER PACIFIC ISLANDS, j , .When Lewis R. Freeman, in 19X1, was at | taohed to the German Crown Prince's party, | then travelling in India, he had opportunities | , of conversation with the Crown Prince. Speak ing one day upon the subject of colonization the CrOwn Prince expressed warm approbation of a planter, in what was then German New Guinea, who had protected his yam patch from raiding Papuans by shooting four of them and placing a fuzzy head on each of its four cor ners. The Prince said that, to his mind, 'the. only way to handle the black man was to bleed - him white.' 'The only other Official,' says Mr, Freeman, 'I can recall who did not appear to be trying to live up to this principle was Dr. Solf,' the late Foreign Minister of the Hohenzollern Government, who was Governor . of Samoa most of the first decade of the pre sent century, and he told me that he was doing his bes...

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

Wf§gg Phone 11 o, 567a ft til Why The Returned Soldiers Patronise Safisfaetion Given or Money Returned* ff4 Wiekham St, Valley I QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB. J ' i II V ' I ' ' September Meeting | Saturday, September 20th | iii J ' '''ill' Added Money 1,400 Sovereigns J 'i MAURICE BALDWIN, Secretary. | ROWE f BROS. $ Both A.I. F. s I DIGGERS 4 ROW \ SUCCESS ; | ! Tailors & Mercers i i Quality like Aeroplanes and Prices like Submarines. i J Our Prices are lower than all others — ''''?' ^ £ BOOTS ? ? ? ? ? ,£0 12 6 ♦ Business Suits to Measure !vi £5 5i :0 Z ^ 1 .Cambric Shirts ? ? £0 5 11 ♦ | SMALL SHOP, SMALL PRICES, AND SMALL PROFITS. ♦ ^ ' CALL AND WE WILL PROVE IT. T $ Nbtb tlie Address — ^ | 169 Queeii Street, | £ BETWEEN PAVILION AND MAJESTIC PICTURES./ J 1 J ? # £1 I can arra%e(* in monthly payments at YOlir I TP IlKliranrP The insurance Office ^ i»| I V li lV/WI WllV^J fj. Parbnry House, Eagle Street. JOHN QOODWYNf Insuance Commissioner

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
For the Soldiers. BONUSES AND RE-EMPLOYMENT. PEOPLE'S FEDERATION PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 September 1919

For the Soldiers* BONUSES AND RE-EMPLOYMENT. ' PEOPLE'S FEDERATION PROPOSALS, . Speaking at Paddington, Captain Carmichael, leader of the People's Federation of Soldiers and Citizens, . outlined the party's policy for meeting soldiers' claims. I shall confine my few remarks to the sol diers, and their relations, because we represent the Soldiers' Political Federation of Australia, and the claims I make are endorsed by our as sociation in the other States of Australia. We claim more than the rectification of; grievances. The Government's efforts so far 'have been directed towards (a) finding work for returned men; (b) advancing money at current rates for purchase of land or busi ness; (c) a daily sustenance allowance for men for whom they are unable to find work. In regard to employment, we claim that the Government shall compel all to honour the promises made, ahd enforce on all employers alike compulsory employment in their pre-war conditions of all members of the forces, on applic...

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

♦♦ Returned Men! it || Vic. Jensens If ♦ 2 give 10 per. cent Discount on all X^ ^ J purchases. No advances in prices. ^ a Men's Tan Willow Derby Bals with Caps or without ... 19/11 Ti Repairs clone. Best leather used. « VIC. JENSENS, it V? Queen Street, BRISBANE. , XX * We pay postage. Write for Catalogue. XX 4 BETTER THAN CREAMaf 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 I, J and lib. packets, . 'Sansjerm' Telephone Shield minimises risk of contagion, is germ, dust and moisture-proof, sanitary, and pleasantly deodo rant. 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? PRICE ? 1/6 each TRACKSON BROTHERS Ltd. The Electrical People, ELIZABETH STREET - - - CITY. \

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