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Australian Industries. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

Australian Industries. j This paper is committed to a policy for the expansion of Australian industry. Indeed, this ,| policy is the only healthy one for Australia , j if we are to retain bur position as a solvent ? ^ nation and as a people who are determined to take a place in the world consistent with 'honor and responsibility. ??, - It would be foolish to arrogate to ourselves pride of place amongst other nations unless we too with them were bringing out of the^ earth what it will produce, and manufacturing from those products articles of food and cloth ing and implements of trade and commerce. We, as an outpost i?i_the Pacific, have a double duty. No nation has had such an influ ence upon the world as the British nation. Not withstanding all that may be said as to the motive for British expansion in the world 1 (there are many wtio malign our intentions in I this regard and describe the motive as purely trade), notwithstanding the so-called buccal . - eering methods of the past,...

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

! Mr What Returned Ken Want to Know | Where can I get a good smart suit? IIow soon can I get it? And ♦ f what will it cost? . A gzr- — ^ ♦ ^ink. The answer is at 'GILBERT'S,' /]Nw : I:/ ? ^&S£f ^ % if 'l K I who have been tailoring specialists fvy)ps;ss^^^ J — . T Aj| I IJVl I over 25 years. They will niake /'Y- ♦ fly !? jShni I l you a smart suit to your individual ' ▲ ♦ W Jw Hi i |t n tast®T and measures in 24 hours at /\ ♦ ^ fil iH| | ill f ;? tj the following moderate prices:— :?- ' ? ''/??'? --'Yf ' \ -& % low 75/- to 21 O/- ?: . : ;: r I ;; ♦ frpf ij' ' iv-? And all prices between, from the finest selection of . Braa ®Ljjr^- . ^ ♦ J if JHI suitings including INDIGO SERGES in Queensland. ' ff^aayt'feffP^V A I I! ?]l If you want a suit AT ONCE, our famous 'WON- \ £ -a I I HP. OUR'- Semi-ready Suits, will fill the bill, completed fiesBM 1 X 'jT J I to your exact fit in ONE HOUR at from 70/- to ryv'H 'X. ♦ I K 120/-. A special discount of 10/- to newly returned , ....

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE RIVER DISTRICT CAMP DRAFTING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

BRISBANE RIVER DISTRICT CAMP DRAFTING COMPETITION. The annual camp drafting competition in honour of the soldiers of Brisbane River dis trict was held at Esk Show Ground on October 1st and 2nd. » The competition was opened officially on Wednesday, 1st October, by Capt. Arnold Wein holt, a digger who served with the forces in South Africa and German East Africa, and who is now the prospective member for the Moreton electorate, of which the Brisbane River District forms a substantial part. On rising to open the proceedings, Mr. Weinholt was accorded an ovation by the re turned men. The entries for each event were records and reflected the generosity of the prize list, and this fact also was responsible for the fine gath ering of horses and horsemen and the keenness with which the events wei^e contested. The ground was in excellent order, and the Whole [competition passed without accident. Returned soldiers were most liberally catered for, and the luncheon on the opening day was , a re...

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

The Runner. (By 'The White Knight' in 'Aussie,' the - ? - Australian soldiers* magazine published in the ~ field during the war.) ' - I'm ar^runner. - ? ' Please don't associate that statement in your mind with tights, cinder tracks, excited crowcls and gate-money. No; 'I certainly sprint when o ~ The wind is up, but O.H.M.S. I am a military runner. „ My job is to push a practically useless, low geared bicycle. It might be quicker to walk, but walking is 'infra 'dig.' ('Infra Dig' is French for 'no class.'). _ -1 I push the thing from company to brigade — _ ;Ji froM brigade to supports — from supports to - . j'. coiiipany. . ?' I do that every day between meals. v When it gets dark the 'heads' get busy. i'* They reflect, after mess, what a lot of mes- .. | sages they haven't sent. They decide to send - I me with them! ' ~ j'J I go. - . | - ? I seldom argue the point — at least not with 1 the major. Wonder if he knows I hate noc- N turnal exercise with a push bike? Perhaps he / [ doe...

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

CANDIDATES. With the near approach of the Federal elec tions it is necessary to get busy if anything in the way of an effective campaign is to be car ried out by the People's Federation. The importance of the next elections is far greater than may be gathered at a cursory glance. There are four or five, what may be termed principle matters, which will come up for settle ment, and will need wise consideration by men of large mind and. integrity of purpose. They are: 1. Industrial Settlement. ' ?*'' 2. National Debt. 3. Tariff Reform. '4. Exercise of Mandatory Powers in the Pacific. 5. Possible call for Imperial Conference. The very life of Australia as a nation is., in- volved in the consideration of these urgent; questions, and the class of mah who may be . calculated to earnestly and sincerely apply him self to the study of them will be found more readily among the soldiers . than among any other class. We do not say this arrogantly. It is a patent truth. He who was a soldier is'mo...

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

Don't Forget the Election. ? ;i Ci©t thi«- Roll. .?

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

ii '^lHliii'Hi-ti*M-ftjriiifiiirvl»\i)rir-«iiii-iriiiiiwhiiiriifiiiii-iinii-ifii«iii-r-iriiiiiv-»iTi uim itirvi 1 'imir intrfiaffii Tyi^iiWaUnfwVw , ' 'i1 (( w 1 Can also be interpreted — -'-, ' - * ? - - V ; ; DURABILITY — SAFETY — ORIGINALITY. ' | i ' ' Qualities which are allied in ~ ;*?-?-. ? ' BUZACOTT'S GATES AND FENCES. & ;r , Jn the years of irreproachable service they have proved their DURABILITY. The materials and construction being both white-ant proof and fire-proof, ' \V, |{,\- ri reveal their SAFETY. -? ? m, v , | i ' Theii* ORIGINAL.ITY stands not only in the Patent and Automatic Locking n Systems, but also in the .various pleasing designs. - : , - J OUR FREE BOOKLET will tell you more interesting particulars. | ' ' B ? 'Y0U GAN GET IT AT bu2acott'S,' ! CJ? ADELAIDE STREET, BRISBANE; . ?: i , — _ aiso~ . \ MARKET ST., SYDNEY. RHOADES 1 0 per cent. (2s. in the £) Discount offer to all Returned Soldiers. Just a practical way of showing our appreciation — a heart...

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

DIGGERS 8 Evans -& Johnston, STANLEY AND VULTURE STS., S. BRISBANE; and at WICKHAM ST., VALLEY, * near WloWhlrter's. 'Phone 2748', S. Brisbane; 6466, Valley. ?' | ! BUGGIES, SULKIES, BUCKBOARDS, DRAYS, AND WAGGONS. 1 ! ; Ney^ and Second-hand Harness Bought and Sold. 60 SULKIES, '40 BUGGIES, 20 CARTS, 5 BUCKBOARDS TO CHOOSE FROM; | Bring along your Repatriation Orders. Satisfaction and Straight-forward Dealings, j as:-:? = g gsgrgr : ' | WANT^M^ mONEY ' WHERE I CAN GET AT IT ! War, Savings Certificates never fall in value. At any time during the first year they can be cashed at any Bank . . for purchase price. After the first year * they can be cashed at increasing values which are plainly printed on the certifi - cate. § Start at the bottom (with one certificate); and help those who went r over the top. 5% Compound Interest is allowed free of. Income Taxes. 15/6 makes £1 'in 5 years 12/- makes £1 in 10 years irk , 5 v £3/17/6 ma^es ££ /.v v. ; -:'r - - £7/15/ £77/10/- £100 £...

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

....£ ? /.Y, CL I NG | NGGOW NS. ' .The two women were discussing, the fashions.1 v you say that your husband .wasffond ot y-y- those, clinging gowns?' . . f . 'Yes, indeed; he likes one. to cling- to ine^for- ; about five years.' --^'Gihcinhati rEnquirerr'.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MANIFESTO. The People's Federation of Soldiers and Citizens (Queensland Division) Head Office, Darragh's Buildings. 331 Queen Street, BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

*? «- ♦ i t 1 ? , MANIFESTO. fr,/ 'People's Federation of Soldiers and ?CSY'''i^ (Queensland Division) ^ ; ,'/?*' ~~ ' , -- - ? Head Office, Darragh's Buildings, -v C : ' - ; , . . ' 331 Queen Street, BRISBANE. BELLOW CITIZENS,— . , - , ; . - ^ J With the passing of the World War, those who have fought and worked for the .overthrow of autocracy and for the triumph of Right - r 4 - , -and Justice are now asked to rally round the banner of truer Citizenship With view of obtaining for our Country a Government of th» ^ .'People, for the People, and by the People. . _ 7 ^ . / For this purpose the inter-State Conference of Soldiers'' Political Parties resolved upon the formation of the People's Federation of -Soldiers and Citizens, which now links up thfe Commonwealth .with Federal and State 'Platforms, based upon common objectives. ' ' The People's Federation of Soldiers and Citizens is building on sound foundations,-- the first principle -of which is service in the'^ 1 interests of the ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BALSHAZZAR, THE RYAN GOVERNMENT, RATS, SINKING SHIPS AND OTHER MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

BALSHAZZAR, THE RYAN GOVERNMENT, RATS, SINKING SHIPS AND OTHER MATTERS. There are many proverbs, axioms and similas that might be msed to dscribe the . pre ^ sent scramble of Labour Ministers : to dig themselves in, and -ge* clear of what ' they can see is coming, among which might be cited the ? old yarn of the wicked 'king Balshazzar and the y pyrotechnic writing on the wall (which was probably a dodge of the crowd on the Opposi .' tion .benches to scare him) . There is also the tale of the- uncanny prescience of the humble : and w.ell-hated rat, and his haste to leave the . doomed ship before she leaves ,port. In the latter case the rat either prides himself on a knowledge of ship construction superior to ' that of -ship , architects, or else he reckoned y that they, as a class, are not always sufficiently .' strong to withstand the blandishments :pf gentlemen who don't want the ship to come - back. Whatever the cause, however, the rat , shows himself to be a sagacious animal, wi...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Proportional Representation. IS IT DEMOCRATIC? [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

[?] - :r^ r IS IT DEMOCRATIC? 1 To. 'make' the world safe for democracy' is =a glorious task to set ourselves, and to make Australia safe is our bounden duty. : One of the greatest factors in our work will :be the general acceptation of the principles of ^proportional representation, therefore we have made it the first plank of our platform for elec toral reform. Democracy is much more than a term, it is great dynamic force collected from all sec tions , and is controlled and directed for the common good, and because it is directed for the common 'good we find armies of selfseek 'ers, agitators, parasites of all kind coming for ward with phrases called democracy, and with their glibness of speech, virulent personality, ♦etc., they catch the popular mind and lead -people astray from the real democracy. No democracy is: real which does not express the thoughts, desires and ambitions of the .' ry 'whole of the people; which does not include in its activities all sections and does not o...

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

Hy. Dean & Sons Roma Street, -Brisbane ^ 1 'THE BEST PLACE TO CONSIGN YOUIt PRODUCE FOR SALE , - ? - yy vU Y-s.and;-'i.0:^;.-r. , ? .Y- ,./? V'. THE best and cheapest: place to TOY ALL the PRODUCE YOU WANT.

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
THE PEOPLE'S FEDERATION OF SOLDIERS AND CITIZENS' FEDERAL PLATFORM. Objective. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

THE PEOPLE'S FEDERATION OF ^SOLDIERS AND CITIZENS' FEDERAL PLATFORM. ^ Objective. (a) Maintenance of White Australia Policy. (b) Increase of production and an equit able distribution of profit.' ' : Tariff. ^ (a) Full protection to Local Manufacturers subject to protection being given to em . ^ ployees and consumers by regulatirig pro fits in the industries concerned. (b) Inter-Dominion Council for the encour agement of trade arid commerce in joint action in regard to matters of common interest to .the Dominions. 3 ' ' ' Repatriation. (a) A square deal for Returned Soldiers and Dependents by the institution of: — ' (a) A Free Court of Appeal to deal with repatriation, pensions, and land set-' ' tlement claims, on which soldiers may have representation. (b) Payment of interest on all advances ~ to discharged soldiers to be made ' from the German War Indemnities? (c) An efficiency bonus' of £50 to be made from the German War Indem nities to all discharged soldiers who have consistentl...

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^^j^il^B^^^^u*%WttUUi|iit^«M,ii«i,,M-|,« nmnmu . ' You Soldiers Just .' Home from the War i You remember when you 'joined up' how you put away your citizen ; plothes, thinking, ' They may be quite alright when I come home again.' But' to some of ybu^ that was 2r 3, 4 years ago, and now that you're put ting away your uniform for re-union dajrs and getting back to business, you , . /' filid that the old suit wipn'tr. do at all! , ? , Your physique has changed. You feet you simply must get a new sujt! ' . \ And it's a good idea to start this new phase of 'your life with a new ^ suit! %-ypu; :fcttp% :-as well as any man the value of a smart, clean-cut ap- ^ pearance, and you're going to starts your citiien life right — In a new suit! y LET BEIRNE'S MAKE IT. V;' . s BEIRNE'S SUITS (To Measure): _ 4- _ ' 84;- to 10 Guineas. - : are the best suits your money can buy! Let the chips fall where they ..; . \ ~ may., -r.- ^ * 1 ' v , --''J - ' Come in and let us get your measur...

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

j George Wills & Co. Lli I I General Merchants J i i Wharf Street :: Brisbane. | j Sole Agents for ... I Fruits, Jam, Cocoa, Cocoa § I Uuluu id and Milk, Tea, Shaker Salt, Pickles % ' V ' aT % THIS BRAND STANDS FOR QUALITY T'.' J SO ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM! £ I We also handle Large Stocks of CARBIDE, WIRE, 'WOOLSACKS £ X BESIN, HESSIAN, Etc., Etc. v- % ♦ ' ' ' \ - ♦ I Wholesale Merchants ©nly. | ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ $ ; O Grocers, Butchers, @onfeetioners, etc. You should u«e ayton Money weicsht Scales* They are certified by all Inspectors of Weights. Mistakes Impossible. Accuracy in weighing; * Mor- ey valie. shown with correct weight. Scales, Bacon Cutters and Cheese Cutters to suit air trade Dayton Moneiweifllrt Scale Do., ltd. 341 POR ALL USES ® : 'i We have \hem — yes,., from the Little / i1 Kitchen Ptimp right up to the Deep Wen iill 'J'ttfChSK' ' , , Pumping Engines, with capacities ra!&g- lc' ing from 100 Gallons to 5i0, 000. 1 Gallons ^ ! , NO PROPOSIT...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Industrial Co-operation. A Policy Acceptable to Employer and Employee. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

Industrial Co-operation. j , A Policy Acceptable to Employer an^ Employee. f : . ? ' (By E. CORTIS.K -u 'y' . the -ease erf Australia there, .can be but. . one policy acceptable; to Employer 'and Em ployee and capable of, securing- industrial peace. Such *a policy must be. ;a* democratic and pro gressive one, a little ahead pt^and tryly paral lel in direction to the nature of the Australian himself-. I ; Content has ^no.' place in the Aussie's kit v Dag. we are me product of Democracy whose gifts are, self-reliance arid- .-.'initiative. These excellent qualities are., always accompanied by . a spirit of independence, making a compound, incapable of- accepting, the machinations of ? political caucus machines. ? The trUe Australian is by every instinct an individualist- — a 'contractor, aricl cwill respond / best, to aa commercial' and industrial ^system based on the principle of payment by' results. Self-Reliance Cause of Unrest. The real cause of our present industrial un rest can t...

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

First in Peace S|J First in War ? * * .-. . -v ? i; ' Bre-eminent in PEACE by reason of a , . j, long list' of victories on track and road. ' ^Practically every record of importance is - , . fc held by. the INDIAN. , m ^ ; 1 In WAR the INDICTS achievements have been no- less Instable. Of all the Motor Cycles used. by the American Military Authorities in thesl-ate war, 60 per - fri' cent, were INpiANk, and the percentage would have been greater had more ~ ^ t INDIANS been procurable., * ' * ? f INDIAN' LARGE SHIPMENTS LATEST MODELS JUST ARRIVING. ' ' * _ - ? ' ' ' ? .s,\ ' 1 ' ' *V\ ; Canada Cycle & Motor Agency (Q.) Ltd ' ' . ? ? ' * * ^ i ? ' ? ? ?' . 'y . . ? wm ????* ????? mmmam wmmm m mmm m mmm

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

IN THE LAND OF THE BOLSHEVIK. .. ' Nikolas Nutlovitch loved Vashti Somekidskl. But Stephanie Ohowoldovitch loved .Nikolas, ? and .beat the latter to the Bolshevik free-love bSreSu; So Nik had to marry Stephanie, as she had legally applied for him and the con sent of the other party is not needed, accord ing to the Bolshevik Rules and Regulations fpr the Infliction of Matrimony upon the Unsus pecting. r* . ^ r Alter tne marriage .Nik promptly declared ^ * his wife' null and void by means of a large, v hand-grenade. He was immediately arraigned - before Miko Longhair ski, the chief legal Bol. ?- 1 'I realize,' said Nik apologetically to the judge, 'that murder is a seriousovitch of fence.'- 'Murder!' laughed Miko. 'That's nothing ' serious! .Everybody's doing it! But by felo niously and ellegally usingoviteh for your- pri vate purposes one of the public grenades you have acted as a traitor to the State. You cer tainly realize that .this State , Is constructed on a foundation of * bomb...

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

\*. C7,1 - s ' -ffl'rT V 'iA -r &-*, fX(/„ ' -x f/ -''/-? \' 'r ^ -u , - ~« »/ ' -;-. ' .- „ . , , ?possums - Bears liiilWt^S^talS :(v«» - - \ --y V' 'V'' f * ^ 1 ' . ^ ,. /- \ 'j';0Ton^?' to / Jo En'. Bridge & Go. Ltd.-, Brisbane, and isecure , ;V top prices arid quick- i*ettirns.^ ', *? 1 V v J ohn Bridge & Company ' ' '.' '?'. L 'Consign Skins:—'.JoIin Bridge, Roma Street.' - ! I ) ' '- ' '-/' 1 j!-/-'r^r':'.-'t-.i''1''. '-S'.-v ]': -.'!?' :;]. V 'tvw-iV'!;' ''* 'HQ 'iVyi'''?'-**' .J' .' .'*:''-_I' ' :^'-^l j | ft lijC ' ' .OUR COMRADE SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND GENERAL ,PUBLIC ! ' / 'i}V I McLennan (Q. Nutting I li!1 A. '/ STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. i ffi, ,, (f FAT STOCK SALESMEN, AUCTIONEERS. Etc.. ,'//' - - ' ' ? cjHOUSE, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, i {{{ ' '))! ' . . . , . ' ' -!!' t . ADELAIDE CHAMBERS, 44 ADELAIDE STREET (Opp. Allan & ,St^pkJ. ' j1' * ' Lieut.' G. W. Nutting (lale -of 11th L.H. Regiment), and formerly of New 'Zealand /'!' J j yLoan an...

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