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

M| Tell your Friends about the Goodness of | EENZfl! Regd. Name for / wHhhBBV i MEAN'S ESSENCE | X ♦ ♦ .W. ♦ The Tried and Proyed Money=saving Treatment for ♦ I Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds, Whooping | I Cough, Influenza, Catarrh, and | I Sore Throats. I FOR INFLUENZA I j USE HEENZO j | ; Heenzo Gough Diamonds. | HEENZO is Pleasant to take. £ W HEEN20 steriijzes Germs in the Mouth and Throat. ♦ £ HEENZO soothes and heals Inflamed Mucous Membrane. ▲ ^ HEENZO allays Distressing Coughs. ' ♦ HEENZQ. clears the Bronchial Tubes. ♦ HEENZO is a Great Money-Saver. X | Costs 2/=— Saves Pounds \ X Each bottle of Heenzo, when added to sweetened water, as pier easy directions 7 X printed on the label, produces a family supply of superior quality mixture— as X X much as would cost from 12/- to £1, or more, if you bought ordinary ready-made, X J' , ; mixtures in a lot of little , bottles.' Money cannot buy a better medicine than X ▲ 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
AND THEY ALWAYS HAVE IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 September 1919

AND THEY ALWAYS HAVE IT. Oh! the meekness of their meekness, when they're meek, ,, . ; And the weakness of their weakness, when they're weak, ' But the weakness of their meekness, and the ? meekness of their weakness v. Are utterly extinguished when they've cheek! r ? — 'Cartoons, Magazine.' The mixture of religious cant and business is at times i a wee bit nauseating, but there is one man alive who put his foot down. 'I think I'd suit, sir,' observed the, meek ap plicant for the berth. ' I've got a recommenda tion from my clergyman that — — ' 'That is viery good, indeed,' interrupted the other, 'excellent. A* I shan't need you on Sundays, however, I'd prefer a reference from somebody who can vouch for you during the week.' — 'Sporting Times.' Mrs. Houlihan: 'Phwat a fool Oi was! Oi riiver saw yez till the day before me unforchnit marriage.' ... Houlihan: 'Faith, Oi wish ye hadn't seen me till the day after.' -'-'Boston Transcript.' /«? ;

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

IHjfAKE THESE TREESI lift WORK FOR YOU ! j j 0ne §-ancJ ! | Acres, commencing , two miles from- Stanthorpe. Bris \mir bane-Sydney Railway cuts property in two. Gjen- Aplin and Beverley Stations on property,- also State school; Severn River winds right , through estate. A town centre and a Canning Factory will be built here. To ? ! v %' be subdivided into io, 20, 30 acres upwards. & ? We Pl£nt Fruit Trees and look after them fbr-Three Years I grown under an efficiency expert's charge, . whom we maintain, - I /For the Town Centre, which we WilB establish I Shopkeepers, Boarding-house Keepers, and other. - ? business proprietors will be financed. I £10 Deposit' £5 per Month for each ten1* acres, inclusive of five . city,, allot- ments. Smaller.' terms irv unrestricted district. Ct p i i ^-Applications are now being received for allot ments of acreage and town allotments. Write or HgL* QtlPeZ'' « t see us v' ' ' jl ; 1 MANUFACTURED IN AUSTRALIA FOR AUSTRALIAN ? CONDITIONS. | r. ...

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

Good Printing Pays hk Purchaser ✓ , ? Powellls & Pughs Work Is of tho Highest Standard, the charges being Moderate. ^ When giving your next order, try an old established firm, who do their best to give entire satisfaction- . POWELLS & PUGH S LTD. 47 ADELAIDE ST. :: :: BRISBANE. Poultry Raising In a business that should commend itself to some ' of our returned men. If entered upon thoroughly, there is money in it, and the work is not very arduous. Begin with a good make of INCUBATOR for hatching your Chickens, and with that purpose in view, pay a visit to our Store, and have a chat with our expert. It will pay you to do so, and be time well ' spent. ... ?: ?? ... . .. : y ?? WE HAVE ALL MAKES OF MACHINES. 8.1. WILSON I CO., Ironmongers, QUEEN STREET - BRISBANE. Wedding and Birthday Gakes a Speciality. BAKERS AND SELF-RAISING FLOUR MANUFACTURERS. Oldnieadow Bros. & Smith, (Late 41st and 47th Battalions, A.I.F.) * REDFERN STREET, WOOLLOONG ABBA. J. Jackson &...

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

JOHN HODGE, Surgical Instrument and Truss Maker to the General and Children's Hospitals, GEORGE STREET, BRISBANE. (Opposite Supreme Court) Lady in Attendance. 'Phone 602. Cutlery Ground and Set. ? i SI TRUSSES jjjni iiiihiimm*^ Foe JEv«ry Raptara. . Send far ltfastrat*# Price List. Will save you a moaey, ease yoor *&ad, and farioc 70a comfort I SURGICAL SUPPLIES LTD. B Queen»st09 Brisbane. John E. Rowland & Co. Wholesale and Retail Hardware Merchants, WARWICK. -? }) Write for Quotations. FARMERS Consign your Produce of every description to . Barnes & Co. Ltd. ROMA ST., BRISBANE. Highest Prices Obtained. PBOMPT RETURNS, Auction Sales Daily of all kinds of Produce. Poultry, &c. Orders for all lines of Produce, &c., promptly attended to.. R'ng up Central 4150* ? JL RETURNED SOLDIERS. i A substantial Reduction ® . will be made to Returned I 1 Soldiers and tbeir Wives leav | ing their orders with us. / j . We have p, very large as Hp*i 3 sortment o...

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

On Work. Th6 meaning of the word 'work' Is given .by Webster as 'to labour; to be occupied in performing manual labour; to act; to carry on operations; to operate; to carry on business; to be continuously employed;' etc., afid we may as well believe him, as academic distinc tions and differences do not enter into the pro vince of this article. It would be difficult to suggest just when the savage evolved from the state wherein he hunted for a feed and, having enjoyed this, went to sleep until hunger again stirred him to a sense of his responsibilities, which merely were to fill his stomach with as little exertion as possible, but it was very many years ago. From this state he progressed along lines which assured him of his next meal when it was due, and his effort became less spasmodic and more sustained, while the spark of ambi tion was kindled. Also, he now regarded his efforts to sustain life as WORK. 'T It is an historic fact that work and ambition go together, as one cannot sur...

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

EVERYTHING WITH HIM. 'Money isn't everything.' 'Maybe not, but right' now it's the only . thing that I can think of that I really need.' / ^ ' —'Detroit Free Preset'

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

PADDY SCORES AGAIN. An Irish sentry was on guard near the pow der magazine when the Orderly Officer, api proached „his post smoking a cigar. Paddy, , remembering his orders,, halted the officer , and told him to put out his cigar. , , ; - ' ? .Complimenting Paddy on his smartness,- he . threw it away ^and went on his. way. When out of, sight, Paddy picked up 'the cigar and started to smoke himself/ The offi cer, returning,' found to' his surprise that' Paddy was' smoking, and asked him for ari 'lexplana : tion. . ???? ?' ??? '?i-.-iiiv ?-- ''Sure;' sir;' -exclaimed Paddy, 'I'hr smoking this as evidence against- you till the Sergeant of ? the ' Guard comes round.' ? ? ? _ ' 'i'

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

?' NEXT OF KIN. j . Lit inspection of a pertain squad- ' ? ron, st, ji, in Aldershot (in peace time) , the . follovviHo incident occurred. I v The O.G. arrived at the bed-side of 'a man j on whose b d was -placed all kit for inspection/ -j including his small book, in which should be 1 Cfall' particulars, such as date of birth, next of | ' kin,, etc. The O.C. looked at the kit, picked xj up'the book, then looked at the soldier. I Where is your next of kin?' he asked. j 'My what, sir?' 'Your next pf kin,' replie,d the O.C. \ ' :'Haye not been issued 'with one/ sir,' was ] 'the puzzled reply. ' ' j

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

McGUFFIE & CO. ;; ;™STS (S G. COWELL) AJfc&r ? . 248 Queen Street, 'Phone 530. \ BRISBANE.

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

S R. BLACK I ;;; The State's ;;;! Leading Tobacconist. | . Direct importer of all ! ' ! j; the Leading Brands vU j j of Cigars, Cigarettes ji i ! and Tobaccos. ! ! ? !? J ! The greatest variety Jji | m[| of Smokers' Requi !!!; sites in Australia to | ij! j |;i select from. s ! ','J| ' ' ADDRESS— ' ' '''i' COURIER BUILDING Queen Street, BRISBANE | FOR 3 YEARS Our Factory has been in full swing, in the Manufacture of i HIGH-CLASS FILING CABINETS, CARD 1 CABINETS, and GENERAL OFFICE I FURNITURE. ! Faithfully built of best selected Queensland Oak, Maple, or Pine. PRICES ARE LOW, AND QUALITY OF THE j HIGHEST. 1 j We are Systems Experts from A to Z» Rinea Cinpaii j Sole Address: j 307 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. j rS (Opposite Q.N. Bank) I Telephone Central 1076. P.O. Box 776. \ ' \ I . ... i 1 ? ' ? ' j j ? ?. .. | I MULVIHILL & HANSEN f House, Land and Estate | Agents, | 329 QUEEN-STREET. 'Phone 6467 | (Next 'Leader' Office) I V ? | 5.' ',?« 'n1' ? ? ? ? i ? ? , u ?? j THE DIGGERS' ...

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

?MnHaaaHMHBaMHBMBUBRnantniBBaBMBKiMnMni DIGGERS This is your Jeweller, and for all classes of Battalion - Colour Work in Rings, Brooches, Badges, &c. E. HANSON, i 141 Queen Street, BRISBANE. '? - f ' ' THE ^ ji y AEOLIAN 'VOCALION' 1 a musical instrument of refinement, ![ T \ THE AEOLIAN 'VOCALION' will Interest every |w ? lOT phonograph owner, since it represents such a re- u Alt markable advance in the development of phono- * & Yj !; ? graphic art. i t ? ' Ji It will interest those who have never considered the j jj ? jj j Phonograph seriously— the 'Vocation' . tone is so g m\ clear, pure, so artistically perfect that it wins the ® ' §g I; admiration and respect of those qualified to judge jfjjj ' music artistically. Xp I The wonderful expression device — the 'Graduola' — ifp immensely enhances the appeal of the Phonograph. For it grants literally the privilege of singing with p voices of the greatest vocalists, playing witli the tone of the most famous instrumenta...

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

. r ALL SET! / A trawler-, one evening, came into a port where lay at anchor a destroyer flotilla. She dropped her 'hook' foul of the first and second Bhips. Thereupon the Commodore went aft and hailed the intruder. 'Hullo, there, you're foul of my billet^ Clear out and anchor elsewhere. I'm in command of this flotilla! Who are you?' Back came the impudent answer: 'Ah'm the Star o' Bethlehem — an' Ah'm set for th' night.' —'Cartoons Magazine.' w. ?.» u . .. \ 'In heaven there is no marrying or giving in marriage,' said the good deacon. ; 'If there are no married women in heaven, what do the poor little angels do for chap erons?' demanded the unregenerate backslider.

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

Soldiers in Politics From time to time there have , been critic \ isms levelled at the soldier in -politics and generally these crticisms emanate from return ed soldiers themselves. The man who comes back fresh from the Great Adventure where/ men were bound together and fought shoulder to shoulder with some degree of common in terest, where politics, sectarianism, and every other partyism w.as laid aside in the struggle for the, common cause, is - generally against getting mixed up in the political tangle. But the situation must be taken as it stands and to-day it is absolutely essential that re turned men must unite for their own protec tion, and the . furtherance of their interests. The only unionism that carries a definite solid arity is one under a banner of their own poli tical organisation. Let us consider for a moment — have, return ed men any interests that require fighting for ajnd protecting? Every dinkum returned man , must realise that having done his bit for the cause o...

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

THE MILLS OF SLOTH. \ ? Thus. Sir Eric Geddes (Minister of National Service) the other day in the House of Com mons: ? ; ? 'The outstanding, fact is that the coun- j try's work is not being done. .? . . The blame falls on those who are not doing their best to increase production.', However true this may be in Great Britain - — and Geddes' war service commands respect for his opinion now— it about sizes ? up the position in Australia to-day. Apart from the dislocation following upon the, seamen's strike, \ the work of Australia is not being done, and , it seems a , long time since anyone seriously considered doing it. Since war broke out, Australia, has been thrown on her own resources more than ever in her previous history. The markets of Great , Britain, Europe, and, to a large extent, of the U.S.A. have,, been closed to her, and the only use to which she has turned this foruitous cir- j cumstance is to produce the largest unemploy- j ment crisis since the bank smash. She has I als...

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

'Phone 1349. W- SHEAD, Baker and Flour Merchant. Head Office and Factory — ' Gladstone Rd., S.B* 1st Prize National Exhibition, 1906-07-09 for Bread We are celebrated for the Quality of our Products. J. M. KLINE, Manager. I FLUENZA. ] An aromatic inhalant H Ointment for the nos- W trils. Sold in handy H tubes. Price, 1/- post I free. Direct from — -T. J. LUDDY -- Chemist, g I Courier Building, I Edward^ MrectBBlSBANE | ? ' 1 v ? i Soldiers and Working Men— 3-COURSE MEAL, 10d. Grills a Speciality. The Best in the City. Our Motto: Cleanliness, Civility an^l Quick Attention. R. Green's Luncheon Rooms, 194 ALBERT STREET, Between Queen Street and Empire Theatre.

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

People's Federation OF Soldiers and Citizens *? \ A meeting of Members of the above Federa tion will be held in the Albert Hall on FRIDAY, 12th September, at 8 p.m. Business: , r f ? Reports, .... , r.: Election of Committee. ; . Adoption of State Constitution, Platform arid Policy. All are cordially invited to 'attend. ; W. WORLEY, Gen. Sec.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A THIRD VERSE TO "ABSENT." (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 September 1919

A THIRD VERSE TO 'ABSENT.' (Air Rights Reserved.) And sometimes in the mi dnijght hours so drear, The sound of ? footsteps falls upon mine 'ear, From my sad : heart its deep-mourned sorrows '? ' ' -flee;' ? ? v - ? \j- - .?/. ? ' Thinking I welcome— Thinking I welcome 1 ' .thee. -I — / . — W.W. Written in 1915'by R. B. HEDDLE (a sea captain) and published for the first time. When Peace has laid her soothing hand, Upon the world's fierce-heated, brow, When lust of blood has sated died, Will we be changed who know it npw?. r Will we be kinder day by day, To weakly brothers in the strife, - And -cease to crush with weight of gold, : - The poorer in our daily life. v Will man's humanity to man, Spring from the graves of those who died, And Christ's, commandment rule on earth, So long neglected and denied. If this could be, then not in vain, ^ Have husband, son and brother bled, And purified by sacrifice, ?Will live to bless our sacred dead. Twelve years before the Great War, when German...

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

Soldiers and Others furnishing : J Communicate with J. TRITTON, Furnishers, Valley. ijj| I would esteem it a great fav- !;! ;M our if you would forward me a i1, list of your Furnishing Require- m i1! ments. We would immediately give 1 y | ' (m Prices by return mail. Better still / n | if you come along yourself.. As it / n is at present and until normal con- y,1 ditions obtain, catalogues are of J V' little avail. We give Discount for i1 Gash or arrange terms to suit you. V|| in We are now offering beautifully- '( Vn finished BEDROOM SUITES in U - /|ji Silky Oak from £15. Maple, \ £15/10/-. Bedsteads in Silky Oak l',1 or Maple, £3/10/- and £4/10/-. .'m in' Mattresses, Double Fibre, £1/7/9; | | Kapok, £2/2/6; Kitchen Chairs, vS| . 5/- each. ? . /// i m You will always find you can do '( a little better at J. W. TRITTON'S ?Wi NEW FURNISHING FIRM, WICK- i i\ HAM STREET, VALLEY. . J ' i' 1 1 ? Telephone 6338. GOODS DELIVERED FREE. , V'-'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BACKING BEATTY. WHAT BRITISH TRAWLERS DID. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 September 1919

BACKING BEATTY. ijbleut: Prancis T. Hunter, tMttRvF.) : WHAT BRITISH TRAWLERS DID. ? ,'^v* . Twice within a month we changed our base between Rosy th and Scapa, led by the Queen .Elizabeth. We had. learned thereby the Brit ish escort system and had cruised with British submarines — those 23-knot monster 'tin-fish' called the 'K' class. We learned, sadly enough, what the North Sea winter meant — a seething cauldron in a drenching mist. Then, on the 6th of February, came our first ex ploit — alone. | The zest fell out of the morning drills when | we learned that something big was in the air. jpV Rumours of an operation were confirmed at I : ? noon, for we went to two hours notice for | steam, and then secured for sea. The squad | ron drifter, lying at oiir stern, requested of the I officer of the deck permission to remain astern | as usual for the night. 'Yes,' he replied, 'if | you can do 19 knots.' At four we -had our orders. The Sixth Battle Squadron was to | : shield a convoy boun...

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