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

Headaches Disappear DULL VISION is changed to CLEAR VISION. FOR j P- FRY EYE . .^kP (By Exam5!) J. P. FRY & CO. OPTOMETRISTS and (OPTICIANS, EDWARD STREET :: BRISBANE. : (Courier Buildings)

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

' STATE PLATFORM. ' /' ? i ' . -V. General Objective. To enroll under the flag of true citizenship, all those who have the welfare of their ^ coun try at heart; with view of obtaining a Govern ment of the ^People, for thei People, and by the - People. .. ^ Immediate Aims- 1. Justice to Returned Sailors and Soldiers and Dependents of the fallen men. 2. Repatriation: Administered for the bene fit of Soldiers and their Dependents on the principle of national efficiency and in accord ance with the solemn pledges made in the past. 3. To secure for Returned Sailors and Sol diers preference in the Land Ballot of 50 per cent, of grazing selections during a period of' five years. 4. All Returned Sailors and Soldiers whose incomes do not exceed the sum of £500 per an num be freed from direct taxation for a period of five years. * 5. Preference of Employment for Returned Soldiers and Sailors. District Tribunals to ad judicate. 6. Equal Social^ Industrial and Political rights for women. * Natio...

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

Our Travel lings Bags are worthy of your inspection. Before v buying elsewhere come and examine . our Values, at prices quoted — : Kit Bag^, from ? ? 24/6 Fibre Suit Cases, from ? ? 28/ Solid Leather Suit Cases, .from 40/ Gladrfone Bags, from ........ 60/ — at — ? L. UHL & SONS LTD. PETRI E BIGHT, BRISBANE.- * ' v- ' ?-v- ? ? . .

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

? . | jl 1 1 | ' -';'v ' ii : l - TifS ' : I | AEOLIAN 'VOCALION' | T !j a musical initrument of refinement, , V.v ? ' to i THE AEOLIAN 'VOCALION' will Interest every fU w !j phonograph owner, since It represents such a re- : a markable advance In the development of phono- :§& K 13 graphic art. XL ft jj It will interest those who have never considered the ftj | jj Phonograph seriously — the 'Vocalion' tone, is so t :jy I J clear, pure, so artistically perfect that it wins the H . . m i admiration and respect of those qualified to judge MJ „ ,v Hj ? music artistically. r - gjij *' 3 The wonderful expression device:— the 'Graduola' — ; yB ? - Hf immensely enhances the appeal of the Phonograph. -|j|| filfl' '' For it grants literally .the privilege of singing with tigjj Ma voices of the greatest vocalists, playing with the . pH v - . , jj||! tone of the most famous instrumentalists. ^ |pi| 1 THE PIANOLA COMPANY i . iffe ' ? ' Pty.Ltd. M |^|j 436-8 QUEEN ST. - opp. Customs House...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BONUS TO SOLDIERS. AN EFFICIENCY REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

BONUS TO SOLDIERS. AN EFFICIENCY REWARD. MELBOURNE, Monday, 6th.— The payment of interest on money advanced to returned soldiers is to be a charge on the German war indemnity, and an efficiency bonus of : £50 for each returned soldier who has performed 12 months' civil occupation with satisfaction, is to be granted. '

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

WAR GRATUlTYi~ . With the closing of the war, the question of a war gratuity arose in Australia. - England and Canada and New Zealand have already made available a gratuity, and on good authority we hear that Australia is coming into linev, and although the date and rate of pay ment is not yet definitely -fixed, it is stated that early finality will be reached. . .

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

^ An Up-to-Date Hairdresser, — R. W. Bradford 282 STANLEY ST., S. BRISBANE. . Easy Shave, Fashionable Haircutting. Upto date Hygienic Saloon. Clean Towel to every _ Customer. A/lotto: Cleanliness. All Tools of Trade are Sterilized. 'My Prices are low to Suit the Times. ??? ???-?' v ? . '? ? i 'V

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The People's Party. A POLICY OF RECONCILIATION AND CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

The Peoples Party. A POLICY OF RECONCILIATION AND . CO-OPERATION. If report is to be believed we shall have the Federal elections upon us early in December. It is therefore no light task which this Feder ation has to face, .a task ~ harder by far -than that of any other of the political organisations, which have tp.e purses pf kindred industrial associations to dip into. We have not that. The position in which we stand puts one in mind of the early days of Labour in Queens land when Thomas Glassey offered 'himself as a candidate for Bundamba. He 1iad no back ing, but what he felt 'and believed in his heart, viz. : The Justice of the cause for which lie stood. He, won, * Such is the position of our Federation to day. When our candidates go out into the field* as they will, each one will go. forth with no other backing than that of »a manly courage engendered by a firm conviction of the Truth and Justice of the cause for which he and his comrades are about to, fight. But there, is thi...

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

£^^0 Saddles, Harness, Mi M And all Classes of Leather Goods. W III When you left the shores of Queensland to* defend the cause R # of Right and Justice, you disposed of your Saddle. Now you -.41 ? : : AV H' have returned you will want another, something GOOD, some- ' Vk. LCS/J # thing that WILL LAST and give YOU SATISFACTION and COMFORT. —r i ? mSS^ We manufacture the BEST SADDLES; - When yoii deal 'J \W with us, you are DEALING DIRECT WITH THE MANUFAC- £ /l TURERS. 12 Ij John Wieneke (late of Roma) is in our employ, and we are y/ the only firm that can supply the -Genuine Wieneke Saddle. 2 SADDLES, FULLY MOUNTED, from .. .. .. .. £7 7 0 '? S . BU-adY MARN ESS, from , .. » .. £8 10 0 2 2 SPRINGCART HARNESS, from .. ? . . £10 10 0 £ . ; ' ? fo J SPECIAL DISCOUNT to Returned Soldiers at— ^ ^ «m%% A CONTINUOUS DRAUGHT* ' ^ If you have experienced Stoves that necessitate ^ leaving the ashtray open to secure additional |H /r 1= draught, with the result that a#he$ clog at the -S3 Iii I «...

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

RELATIVELY SPEAKING. Earnest Inquirer (collecting statistics for a work on temperance) : 'And how many glasses Vof beer would you— er— consume a day?' The Person: 'Well, I can't say, guv-nor. Some days I 'as about twenty or thirty; an' then again, another day, perhaps I might 'ave -iuite a lot.' — ' Galveston News.'

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

Something of Interest to Soldiers' Wives! Our Haberdashery Department is fully stocked with the moat re liable makes of indispensable ac cessories, all marked at keenest possible prices. ? Machine Silks and Twists. 50 yards Stitching Silks, all shades, 2d. reel, 1/11 doz. reels. I oz. Reel Sewing Silk, black, navy, cream and . white, 9d. reel. 12 yards Buttonhole Twist, 2d. reel. Sewing Cottons. Clark's 200-yard Reels, black and . white, all numbers, 4£d. reel. Coats' 400-yard Reels, black and white, 24, 30, 36, 40, 50, 60, 8d. reel. Clark's Substitute, black, white and colours, 5id. reel. Atlas, 1000-yard Reel, black and white, No. 40, only 1/- reel. Khox's Linen Thread, 2oz. Reels* Black: No. 25, 1/11; 30, 2/1; 40, 2/3; 50, 2/4; 60, 2/6; 70, 2/8. White: No. 25, 2/1; 30, 2/3; 40, 2/5; 50, 2/6; 60, 2/8; 70, 2/10; 8Q, 3/ Elastics. tin. Silk, black and white, 1/3 and. 1/6 yard, tin. Cotton, black and white, 9d. and 10id. yard. Jin. Silk, black and white, 9d yard , Jin. Cotton, black a...

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

THE RETIRING SORT. 'It isn't human nature to shun publicity,' «aid the pompous citizen. ' That depends on the kind of business a per son happens engaged in,' said the thoughtful man. 'We have some .prosperous 'bootleggers in this town who hate the very; thought of publicity.' — ' Birmingham Age-Herald.'

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ANYWAY, THEY TOOK NO CHANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

ANYWAY, THEY TOOK NO CHANCES. J An insurance agent was filling out . an appli- ;i r. cation blank. 'Have you ever had appendicitis?' he asked 'Well,' answered the applicant, 'I was operated on, but I have never felt quite, sure i whether; it was? appendicitis or professional curiosity. '-r-'Grit,'

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

} c , , 1 ' r- ^ _ ^vvvvvvvv^/vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv^f/vvvvv^ ] Martin J.Kenny | , y * ; . r ; ECLIPSE eHRRIHGE W0RKS I 1 3^8 and 320 STANLEY STREET :: :: :: .SOUTH BRISBANE., , \ \ ; * ' / I will seh y°u any description of Vehicle or Turnout, » 1 C - ** ty-1 \ at a very /reasonable price. New Rubber-tyred Bent-shaft * 1 | £ ii' f * Sulkies, Straight-shaft ' Sulkies, Full Tray Sulkies, Single f ^ c -'..V^and Double Seated Buggies, Improved Backboards, Pony^ ? s '4 ? ? , -f % ' ' ^ * Carts, always in stock; ,also Harness, Ponies' and. horses \ ' \ \ ~ GALL OR DROP A LINE. \ 'o' \ | Also Eclipse Livery Stabiles, opposite above address \ £ ^ ^ ' CONCESSIONS MADE TO DIGGERS. 5 ?' v . See me-aboutvyour Repatriation Orders.^ Special line of Stock and Bt^ck jump, Saddles. ^ R, Trout & Sons I I Family and Carcass Butchers | | Musgraye Rd., Red Hill, BRISBANE. | ❖ BRANCHES: PETRIE TERRACE. TELEPHONES: - ' ' 1 , ' * , ❖ 4 ^ PADDINGTON. RED HILL — 8G1. ? * - £ X '? LATROBE TERRACE. ' ' PETRI...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

Australia owes nothing it has to those who, being able to fight, remained behind ; but it owes everything it has to ? ? those who, being able to fight, went out and fought.' Citizen : ' And, by jove, old man, I am trying to show my appreciation by buying all the War Savings Certificates I can. You fellows must be properly repatriated.'

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

fialv. Corr. Iron All Lengths , ' — : ? ? ' i SPOUTING/ RIDGE CAPPING, DOWN PIPES, VALLEY, TANKS and STOVE RECESSES. ' 'Lowest Market Pribes. 1 ?; . } - 0p$rZZ0, ? C J / ?%£'; ? ? : ; . - ' BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY A SPECIALTY. Correspondence Invited. Watson Bros. Ltd., PLUMBERS and BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS. Show Room: 143-5 QUEEN STREET (near Albert Street)/ Office and Warehouse: 127-133 * MARGARET STREET, BRISBANE. 'Phone 5830° (two lines). 'All ' S '- V-V- ?' ?'- ' Albert Tea Rooms (Two doors from Adelaide Street) In ALBERT STREET, Near Tivoli Theatre. MORNING, AFTERNOON . ^aind NldrHTLY DAINTY LUNCHEONS & REFRESHMENTS. ? ' . ? ? . V V: Open from 9 a.m. \ill 11 p.rcii Daily. '/#? - ? ???''' \ -.0- -? .? / G. VENERY and P. LANDQS, ~ - Proprietors. Benjamin F. Cribb ?? % ?\o-* .pA „? . -JL' \ -? . REAL ESTATE, ,X^ENT.^-/^rw 1 1 , ?Properties For Safe in all parts of - the City and Suburbs. ' \ ^Mortgages Arranged for any amount- (Large or ' Small) on Improved Real Estate. House/Lan...

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

THOSE DOUBTFUL DON'TS. My parents told me not to smoke; . I don't. Nor listen to a naughty joke; I don't. They told me it was wrong to wink At handsome men, or even think . About intoxicating drink; I don't. To dance or flirt was very wrong; I don't. - Wild girls chase men and wine and song; I don't. -: I kiss no men, not even one— In fact, I don't know how it's done; You wouldn't think I have much fun; ' \ ? - I don't. ' ' ' ; ; -—'Life.'

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

THE MERCHANT SAILORMAN. You have seen him on the street, . ' Rolling ; round on. ..groggy feet, You haye seen liim clutch the pavement for ' support,. '....-j, , You have seen him arm in arm, 1 With a maid of doubtful charm, Who was. leading -Johny safely into port;' You shuddered 'in disgust , : ' As he gr.ovelled in the dust* You shuddered when you saw him on the spree, ' v But you haven't seen the 'rip' (rip) on his lonely dismal ship, ???????;. t:' Ploughing furrows through a mine infested sea. You have cheered our Naval lads In their stately ironclads, You spared' a cheer for Tommy Atkins, too. ? You trembled in a funk when you read 'Big Mail boat sunk,'- ? ' - ' But .you didn't care a damn about the crew. You mourned about the cost of e.yecy 'steamer lost, It put yoxi in a pessimistic mood;.:-. But yoiv never said, 'Well done,' To the Merchant Sailor man, Who brings you every single -ounce of food. He lias 'brou'ght- your wounded5 iiomei,:;' ? ; ' Through the mine infested, zo...

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

Exchange Printing Co. Ltd. For All Classes of Printing, Stationery, etc., 386 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. . '' Tel. 349. 'Phone 2795. R.M.BROWN, Fitzroy Buildings, Adelaide St., Brisbane. Specialist in Office Supplies. Importer of j Carbon Paper for Pen, Typewriter, and Billing. j Typewriter Ribbons for all Machines. j CHARLES TAYLOR, POULTRY FOOD SPECIALIST AND PRODUCE MERCHANT, . ROMA STREET :: :: BRISBANE. ^ Feed your Fowls with 'Taylor's' Laying Mash, Green Bone and Egg-a-Day Tonic. THE; BEST RESULTS OBTAINED. Seeds of every description. Fruit and other * ' . trees. . / .

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
My Only Bayonet Charge. A SOLDIER'S TRUE AND THRILLING EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

My Only Bayonet Charge. A SOLDIER'S TRtJE AND THRIVING ? EXPERIENCE.' ; We had just reached the top of the ridge. Behind us we could hear the faint sound of cheering; it was the supports hailing our suc cess. In front lay another billow-like rise of brown earth, up which we saw a crowd of run ning figures go. Someone close beside me* shouted: x- 'Look out, Corporal! There! On your left!' From underneath a cart, the muzzle of a rifle , ?; glided, and a shot rang out. At once the thought struck into my brain, 'I must kill that! Whoever, or whatever it is, I have to kill it!' There was scarcely a distance of five yards between me and the cart; how he missed me I do hot know. I leaped forward, bringing my rifle down to the charge. Something, dull and grey, was huddled up beside the wheel. I se lected* a space between the spokes, and' trust! Have you ever hooked a fish? Ever felt ihe leaps and plunges of the startled life on the end of your line? The grey thing beneath the cart tugged an...

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