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

A. C. GRAHAM (Late A.I.F.) 172 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. AUSTRALIA'S LEADING 1 MEDICAL HERBALIST, on his return from the Front, has pleasure in- j announcing that, in order to meet the conveni-- j ence of Country Patients, he has arranged for; 1 the Director of Country Practice to visit them?, at regular intervals. Mr, Graham has brought with him a wonderful variety of Herbs, which, are guaranteed by the Queensland Government. Absolutely no disease too difficult to cope with. Mr. Graham WILL CURE! All correspondence strictly confidential, and answered by return mail. Write 3FO-DAY and give particulars of your trouble. Hours for City Patients: 10 to 12; 2 to 5. ') Saturday, 9 to 12:

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

| To Returned Soldiers contemplating openidg up | | in Business for themselves !! 2 DOWT open your doors without having first taken -? ?? the NECESSARY STEPS TO SYSTEMATISE YOUR STORE. 5* S As important to you as your Telephone .or ? Jr jppSSjW It's a New Credit File that Safeguards your -® , credit business in a better, - easier, quicker, jjj X 8 IT 1 * l^speed y! ^CONVENIENT, j®. S See, this new File, or find, out how it will stop S ?jj your^loses, please your customers, and relieve ~ I National Cash RegisterCn. !? % ^ S 343 queen STREET,' BRISBANE. -*s HONEY CHOCOLATES 1 More than ordinary pleasure attaches to the afternoon gathering when i I Swallow & Ariell's Honey Chocolates are served. ? ' i I It would be difficult indeed to conceive of a more delightful biscuit con | fection than Swallow & Ariell's Honey Chocolates. They are prepared in 8 Oval Cakelet form, Honey sweetened, layered with Raspberry jam, and 58 daintily coated with Chocolate— making a mellow con...

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

Imperialism. . There are various interpretations of this -word 'Imperialism.' To some people it stands for all that is broad and lofty, for high thought rand great men. : To others it stands for some thing that is domineering arid forbidding, for 'Militarism; 'and crushing of national aspirations. An Imperialism which has uplifted the world' Ms British Imperialism. Its effect has beeh to raise nations out of the dull sloth of themselves . -and to inplant here and there p'eoples with j ihigh aspirations. j An' Imperialism which has attempted domin | ;.ation is German Irnperialism, which set out to S . domineer the world, to impose upon peoples ? upon whom it- set its; seal, German language, ?and German thought, 'be German or be damn ed!' i ,v . ' We give you the contrast between the two. | It may rightly be said that modern Imper ialism began about 300 years ago. It began -with British Imperialism. America was the first subject: What is America to-day? She -sprung from the womb of Br...

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

THE DRIED FRUIT INDUSTRY. In Australia we have opportunities for deve loping the Fruit Industry, such as no other country has. Our t advertising columns draw attention to facts - in connection with Dried Fruits. :Sun-Raysed fruits are an example of ?jwhat quality may be furnished to the house wife in Australia. j Some years ago, the writer, as well as other inhabitants of this great land, knew that it was ? only from 'other lands, particularly Turkey* Greece and Asia Minor, we were able to pro cure dried .fruits. But there; was always the feeling, 'What will . the next currants or raisins, be like?' Always they were dirty, packed in dirty cases, and generally in a filthy state ; when they reached the home. Yet , there 'was no thought at all, 'Can we get better' goods?' As a matter of fact there was a dis tinct prejudice against what was then called [ the 'colonial' article, and all attempts at fos tering such an industry , as Dried Fruits was tabooed. , ,, In a previous article (Jul...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RAILWAY MANAGEMENT(?) (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 September 1919

RAILWAY MANAGEMENT (?) i , .. . ? ? (To the Editor.) The 'figures supplied by the Minister for Railways form interesting reading, especially when taken in conjunction with the naive query of the same Minister on July '1st last— i.e., should Queensland railways pay? Taking the figures above referred to, ^,nd which were given in reply to Mr. Morgan in the Legislative Assembly recently, we find that, | for the year 1914-15, there were 10,546 persons j permanently employed, as against 14,075 for i 1918-19, or an increase of 33 per cent. For ; these same periods the train miles per per- . | manent employee were 1,076. and 708 respec : tively, or a decrease of 34 per cent. The total j employees (permanent and temporary), exclud j ing 1 constructional workers, were: 1914-15, j* 12,546, and for 1918-19 it was 15,946, or an increase of 27 per cent. The train miles for these totals were 903 and 623 respectively, or a decrease of 31 per cent., while the total train miles showed a decrease Of 1...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ALL WEAR No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 September 1919

^ , ALL WEAR No. 2, ? | 'You women bear pain more heroically than { men.'' , ' 1 'Who told you that — a doctor?' I 'No; a shoemaker!' I — '^London, Opinion.'

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

I I f I , « III'' !!! Dear Mr. Soldier and Sailor Man, ! We respectfully wish to bring to your notice ; HI new suggestion we have. II I' . , We desire to point out the advantage of our offer |ln I to those who have not the available cash. Our gradual | | / . . payment system will enable you to obtain £25 worth of ||j III ' goods on a deposit of £5, and instalment repayments j| H covering a period of 20 months, namely £1 monthly. I ! II! Should more than £25 worth be be required, we III 1 1 j shall be pleased to make arrangements. ' ; ; | ii On the other hand, for cash we will allow a good II III discount. ; II A visit at your convenience will be much ap- || vli; predated, ' ' . ? ' . ' s J' , Yours faithfully, :,|-j! F. TRITTON limited, II v House Furnishers and Manufacturers, ''li! ' George Street - - - BRISBANE. ' ;ij| ? . MB ? I j Always m front Success at the Front 8 CUCCESS at the front de- 8 pends mainly upon the good I qualities of the forces employ- | ed. So also in your coo...

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

! \|~ Tv BLUEGUM. , ; ?I. ? ' ? * When a' man has led the free and easy life of the bush for twenty or thirty years it is not an easy matter for him to acquire the 'outward and visible signs of sound military discipline.' Some there are, indeed, who acquire them Readily, but with most of them it' is different. Usually, it is only by a considerable endeavour following long and arduous training, that a man from the wide spaces can manage to take his pipe out of his mouth and salute an officer, when his native instincts and life-long habits impel him to nod a casual good-day, and to suggest going for a drink to the nearest pub. Such a man was 'Bluegum.' He was one of two or three 'Bluegums' in the camp. * - * « The first time I saw him was in Winton, in the yard of one of the hotels. He was engaged in a fight over the ownership of a dog, which Viewed the conflict with lively interest. A couple of policemen intervened and took the combatants, after a desperate struggle, to the local gao...

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

Get your FISH, POULTRY and GAME from j Fresh Food & Ice Co Freeieagus Bros., Proprietors. . . . GEORGE STREET, also EDWARD STREET. Visit PARIS CAFE, George Street,, ??? , , ?' — and — CENTRAL CAFE, Edward Street, for ^irst-class Lunche-jgis, Dinners and Suppers '? ' ' : ? \ ? - ' ? - ? ? . ? ? ? ' : - ? Lj ?

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

Joyce Brothers (Q.) Ld. Manufacturers of 1 I ? . '?r-^ . ' ?' -g rr* FOR ALL ? Bags and Sacks purposes. Frozen Meat Wraps .. Calico, Hessian, etc., etc. ( ? ; , : ^ Chapman's ... 3 bushel 1 . . Sacks .. .. ^ . Arrowroot, etc., 4 bushel ? ? , - - v.! -m ' ' . . ' ? Oyster ?. ? Ore Bags .. . . ? ... ' All Sizes and Kinds * ' r' Flour Bags ... 1 '. . i. ' Calico and Hessian 1 , . - ,t ?Bacon Bags .. All Qualities . ' 1 - k Ham Bags ? ? Flax, Delver, etc. \ , ' Sugar Bags ? ' ? All Qualities ? ? '' '?*, .Bean Bags .. ?' „ * 1 ? » ? ' , : Pea Bags ??? * v. .7 ? „ v. „ ' '-;s ; Rice Bags . . ;.. . ,,v / '? - ' ? ,, ;? -v vi' Chaff, Bran, Panicum Seed Bags, and every kind of Farmers' Bags, Bales, or Sacks. NEW AND SECOND HAND. , Attractive Printing (where required); a Speciality. FRUIT' FLY NETS for protecting Fruit Trees. All Stone Fruit absolutely protected. Fruit V Fly Pest entirely overcome. Joyce Brothers (Q.) Limited STANLEY STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE. V Also SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, FREMANTLE...

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

Civil Aerial Transport This morning whilst reading the daily paper I saw an announcement to the following effect : — 'Mr. Morgan is at present on his way from the old country with seven modem aeroplanes Which are intended to be used for a passenger service between Brisbane . and Sydney, and for pleasure trips. He expects to have his scheme in working order within the next six months.' This announcement should ? and ? must give our politicians and manufacturers food1 for thought. A little more than a decade* ago a successful flight across the Channel (21 miles) was re garded with astonishment. Now, only ten years later we have a successful Atlantic flight ? and a proposed trip to Australia from England. This colossal advance in aeronautics should stir the powers that be from their lethargic slumber and make them get busy on drawing up a scheme for the fostering and regulation of Civil Aerial Transport. This matter was discussed at an International Conference held . at Paris in 1910, ...

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

ADVENTURE. I Upon a wild Pacific isle ! With cannibals for slaves and neighbours, | Dave Sheldon worked to make his pile Y Though fever balked plantation labours. His partner died; his plans Went wrong; Each morning brought a new disheartener— When, brave Joan Lackland sailed along And made him take her in as partner. She bossed her dark Tahiti crew, She shot and swam — a perfect wonder,: This Fair Young Girl of twenty-two— And bade Convention go to thunder. At heart a boy, in boyish pride , V She laughed at Mrs. Grundy's censure; Resourceful, dauntless, eager-eyed, Across the seas she sought Adventure. ) She made that rude plantation hum, Controlled the black boys, fierce arid thievish, And made a most delightful chum When not too arrogant or peevish. Now David had to go arid fall In love with Joan, his charming crony, Who didn't care for Love at all And scorned the chains of Matrimony. But softer thoughts her bosom thrilled Before the year was much the older; And shortly after Dav...

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

THE BANK OF OBEENSLAND LIMITED. Authorised Capital - - _ - - - £1 ,000,000 Directors: The Hon. Sir ALFRED S. COW LEY, Kt. (Chairman); WILLIAM DAVIES; E. H. MACARTNEY, M.L.A.; Hon. Sir ROBERT PHILP, K.C.M.G.; Hon. A. J. THYNNE, M.L.C. General Manager: J. MACKENZIE LEES. Head Office: Brisbane. Sydney Office: 253 George Street. Melbourne Office: 381 Collins Street. London Office: 4 Queen Victoria St., E.C. Branches throughout QUEENSLAND and in NEW SOUTH WALES; Agents throughout the World. Transacts all usual Banking Business. The LIFE Insurance Coy, of Australia Ltd. The 'LC.A ' 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 'Lic.A.' London Bank Chambers, QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE; ' 'Phone Central 6250. j

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

??«**'- j PEACE. ',\ ' ' . . ; ' ' ' Come., Peace I not '.like a mourner bowed For hohour lost an', dear ones wasted, But proud, to meet a people proud, With eyes thetf;tell o' triumph tasted! * ; Come, with han' drippin' on the Ifilt, An' step thet proves ye Victory's daughter I X origin' for you, our. sperits wilt ' Like shipwrecked men's on raf's for vv'ater. ? ' ' % ? Come, \yhile our cpuntry feels the lift Of a gret; instinct shoutin' 'Forwards !' , An' knows thet freedom ain't a gift Thet tarries long in han's o' cowards! Come, sech ez mothers prayed for, , when y They kissed their cross with lips thet quiyered, ; An' bring fair wages for brave men, . A nation saved, a race delivered! . , . ? 1 i; ' * James Lowell Russell.

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

BOLSHEVISM. ' \ ' ' ' ' . On February 11th, 1919, the Judiciary Com the, United States Senate began an investigation of Russian Bolshevism. § One wit ness was Mr. Roger E. Simmons, who had represented the U.S. Department of Commerce in Russia. The witness had been in a Russian prison; for,. over 4wo weeks, and states he had witnessed horrors almost indescribable. He said: 'The Bolshevist revolution has as its ob ject the putting into power of a few over many. The worst feature of their program, . and this feature is always emphasised, is the spirit of class hatred. In every corner of Russia, these people are preaching the religion gj ? 'of class hatred. ^ | ''Bolshevism is directed; against every dec.ent ' I man, woman and child -who will not .bow down . | to the dictates ;o,f Trotzky ;and Lenin.,. In other if words they are ; now : flgMing the very class |' that in the beginning : they said they were ; | struggling fb put on top and, in control. They J are fighting day and night no...

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

ORGANISATION. During the month of September good work was done in the Stanley electorate. Our organisers held meetings at Esk, Too goolawah, Ottaba and other places and judging by the tone of the people a good deal of in terest was created. . At Toogoolawah meeting the organiser dealt with the necessity thrust upon the soldiers 'of protecting their own interests, then went, on to say that that interest had been extended to all dependents of 'soldiers and to citizens gen erally. _? v,i ? It was therefore a people's party, which f took up the cudgels on behalf of the whole of the people, as opposed to the idea of a section. The result of these meetings was the revision of the committee in Toogoolawah and now a real live, executive has been created , and good : work promised for the future. 'During the organisers term in this district all matters af fecting the returned men were attended to and in almost every case the matter was final- . ised and set right. At Esk a good paeeting was ...

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

Evolution of Industry. Industry needs. * organisation. * The evolution of industry has been rapid, men's minds and hands have been busy in producing machinery to deal with .materials with, more and more precision and regularity, and also in account ing for- every detail of cost, time and bypro duct. Huge . factories , have sprung into exist ence and markets have \been established the world over. Material* need has made a huge call on ingenuity, resource .and skill. . ? ; All this is an indication of man's power over nature. Knowledge of properties and laws of , physical objects is ever on the increase, and' in a greater and greater number of directions*. There is a peculiar capacity of co-operation between nations which have made the advances 'referred to, which is improving and assuming a constantly widening sphere of action. Popu lations increase and so do their wants, and this means that industry .becomes' le'ss simple with . the years, and every possible economy of re-* source i...

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

♦ X ♦ % | Tell your Friends about the Goodness of % MeenzaI Regd . Name f or £ The Tried and Proyed Money-saving Treatment for ' | Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds, Whooping f | Cough, Influenza, Catarrh, and I I Sore Throats. f I FOR INFLUENZA | I USE HEENZO i I or ' | | Heenzo Cough Diamonds. | ▲ ^ - J HEENZO is Pleasant to take. ( _ + ^ HEENZO sterilizes Germs in the ^ f^oiitrf^and Throat. 'j ▼ ♦ HEENZO soothes and heals . Inflamed Mucous Membrane. n - x\ J HEENZO allays Distressing Coughs. , A* ? - ♦ ♦ HEENZO clears the bronchial Tubes. v ^ 'j ' \v ?».. , ^ X HEENZO is a Great Money-8aver. J j Costs 2/ — Saves Pounds I T Each bottle of Heenzo, when added to sweetened water, as per easy directions X X. printed on the label, -produces a family supply of superior quality mixture — as X v T much as would cost from 12/- to £1, or more, if you bought ordinary ready-made X X mixtures in a lot of little bottles. Money cannot buy a better medicine than ;♦ X the Heenzo mixture, which you may pre...

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

I THE VICTORIA I f INSURANCE CO., LTD f FIRE marine aeeiDENT -!« -! FOUNDED 1849 .... A PURELY AUSTRALIAN OFFICE. * 'X ' ' ' J Town Inspector — Lieut. JVI ART IN (late A.i.F.) lf' ' It : }\j i ' „ *''-»» Gunnelr WICKHAM (late A.I.F.) % - ♦♦♦ North Coast Inspector — Pte. CLOWES (late A.I.F.) «|» % NORTH QUEENSLAND BRANCH: X f FLINDERS ST. :: :: TOM/NSVILLE. * J. K. THOMPSON, Local Secretary. ' $ % /\ - 'HEAD OFFICE FOR QUEENSLAND: . : . % . if- ^ Corner of Edward and Queen Sts., BRISBANE. ♦♦♦ V - ^ - , ?. . ? ? *!« ♦- » ' ' ' ' (A.M.P. Buildings). ♦♦♦ X . R. MOORE STEELE, Resident Secretary. % v ^ ' ' Jeffa Call « Always in front ® S ' Success at the Front 1 CUGCESS at tire front de pends mainly upon the good ? qualities of the forces employ- ... * J ed. So also in your cooking— - ... ' ' the secret of success is in the material you use. To secure good results .nothing but the hest will perfectly satisfy. Dr. Waugh's Baking Powder is always the best, and you may be_ absolutely certai...

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

FOR ALL THE YEAR— j-i A ROYAL BEVERAGE— BIJUMBA BEER J QUEEN LAGER

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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