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

JgL A Hand-Tailored Suit afP ? tor £7-0-0 ? _ ; And a Suit that you'd be proud of. Made of ?, ?; ? JHHBBBL ,CvA11 Wool Australian Tweed, in Browns and ... Greys — a beautiful fabric — of classic appear- .. ; :Af- „ When we say hand-tailored we mean it— no fac ^ I^Pf ? v tory make about the 'M.D.E.' kind. 'Tis a Suit - gfa ^gjMl ''' that Cultured Tailors only can build. The cut ' ' v''', IPi of 'M.D.E.' Suits insures a perfect fit—and ap pearance means success to every man. The --V ~ - trimmings used are none other than First Class I and remember, we. make ao extra charges for . j turn-up bottoms, etc. Our quoted price of £7 I liw BB®^ Kindly Call, Write Us, op ring for Patterns — I WW Pnl - but not fail to leave your measurement's. - i mi WE PAY CARRIAGE. JL-L- McDonnell & east ltd. GEORGE STREET BRISBANE. .\ Hotel Victoria STANLEY STREET TRAMS TO DOOR. Under Npw Management. (Near Victoria Bridge). TERMS MODERATE. LARRY QUINN, Proprietor. SOUTH BRISBANE. Telephone 2164. [j A...

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-«itwmini »i ?'niumiiiaiMijiiwugimiiiui n iimn i uumumtaatgwam . ly mini run mn'i ? »wgagBMaapiB—-ig»gw»—gnwgii mi limn 11 iiii | WAR SERVICE I ... 1914 to 1919 . NOW IN BUSINESS AGAIN! |igjj If you want to buy a Home or a Farm see a returned 'soldier first. ? , . . ' ! The main thing to be considered is straight forwar3 Honest- dealings - - ' ' so let me be your medium, and prove myself. ,Phorie6579 CHAS. V. L. MITCHELL HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE ffl BUSINESS BROKER ? Httxh&m'a Buildings, 151 Qtaeen Street.. I The Qneensiand National Bank Ltd. (Incorporated under the Companies' Act, 1863). - Bankers to the Government of Queensland, under agreement extending to June 30, 1921. AUTHORISED CAPITAL .. . . ~~r. . . £2,000,000 0 0 SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL .. 800,000 0 0 { - CAPITAL PAID UP \ 'j .. ? .. .. 691,850 10 0 ' 1 RESERVE FUND \ ... .. .. .. 272,000 0 0- INTERMINABLE INSCRIBED DEPOSIT 'STOCK .. 3,091,669 4 5 - All new Business since 1892f specially protected. Directors: Geo. Edw. Bu...

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

* LOOKING AHEAD. Crabshaw : 'Why do you. wish to leave school and go to work when you're so young?' Willie: 'It's this way, dad. School is. going to be a tough place for the next few years. Well have a new map of Europe to study, and7 ® ' fall down on it the teacher is likely to give us the Constitution of the .League of Na tions to learn by hea^t,'1

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. A. ROWELL ? J 'high-grade tailor. * First-Class Diploma (with honours) / British In-1 p stitute of Tailoring, London. ^56-158' ADELAIDE STREET, BRISBANE. & .. 'Phone — Central 2480. JOHN BISHOP S SOHS Steam Dyers and Clothed Cleaners. / AH work done by machinery. ^ ; Suits Cleanejd and Pressed, 4/6.^ Stan l e y str e e t, south b ris b£n £ ' , : ; - VPhphe 3133., ^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

Telephone, Central 615. ERNEST C. HENZELL . . and . . W. CARLYLE HENZELL HOUSE, LAND and COMMISSION AGENTS, fV - Queensland Deposit Bank Buildings, oor. ALBERT & ADELAIDE STS., BRISBANE. fB T° Returned Soldiers. WflH| | W £3/5/0 to £10/10/0 IT Woulfe Hj 39 ADELAIDE STREET, ' m BRISBANE. | Aviator Hawker | ,, ,]! . ? r and the ' v ? S | HUDSON | If Super -Six | S - § ' { 5 SS ?? 1| Mr. Harry Hawker, the hero |§ S of the trans-Atlantic flight, 'I. g owns a Hudson Super-Six. § ' || He thinks that it is equal to « p any car in the world. For § . || hill-climbing and travelling g tm on bad roads he classes the gf '?;-»Y fl Hudson as practically unbeat li'' able. He sincerely believes §»[ that the Hudson is the ideal «| car for Australian conditions. j|| «|.-- AGENTS: 11 DALGETY & CO. Ltd. § Garage : George St. £ ' BRISBANE 'I s '? wssm .- ' M , SPRINGFIELD DAIRY, QREY STREET : : : SOUTH BRISBANE. G. P. LOON 'Phono 5385. (Late. 25th Battalion, A.I.F.) ALL MILK AND CREAM . ...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
One of Our Machines is Missing. Editor's Note. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

One of Our Machines is Missing. v ^ ». , ? . v« ? . ......... . ? ' By Stf. JOHN ERVINE. v . t, Editor's Note. - Mr- St. John Ervine, author of 'Mrs. Martin's JMan,' 'Alice and a Family,' 'Changing - .Winds,' and a number of Irish Plays per formed at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, served as a privatu m the Household Battalion, and as an officer of the 1st Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers, losing his right leg in France. He ' contributes this through the courtesy of 'Com- rades,' South Africa. It was the first fine morning we had had. in the spring of i'18. The winter had been hard * and cold and wet, and most of us had got-a frosty Reeling in our bones, a stuffy/lousy, un washed sensation— as if we had had our clothes on for years and years — and indeed we had had our clothes on for a long time. On that par ticular morning, we had been in the line for a month and, before we came out of it, were to be there for another month. Our condition, then, was so unpleasant that old Maiden said on...

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

| W. MOORE, «sj Makerston Street, Brisbane A; ? in1 ~~ . ' — £ ' s d SADDLES MOUNTED from .. .. - .. .. BT15 O / ^ SULKY HARNESS, from .. .. .. .. . . ^ ' . 6 10 O ?;/, J , -SPRINGCARr HARNESS, BRASS MOUNTED, from „ .. ... 10 10 O iii Call on me for BRUSHES, HALTERS, OILS, BLACKS, DRESSINGS, BRIDLES, and | anything connected with SADDLES and HARNESS. // Diggers, bring along your repatriation orders, where you will get a fair and ' i1,'1/ ' square deal. -}} | Repairs of Every Description Undertaken. Promptness and Despatch a Speciality. * j j ?' ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ! ROWE | BROS. I Both A.I.F. L x DIGGERS fr | £ ' ? J . -* ♦- p. ROW | SUCCESS | ! Tailors & Mercers f X Quality like Aeroplanes and Prices like Submarines. ♦ + Our Pricesvare lower than all others— - , - . . .. T 4. , BOOTS h.... £0 12 6 X + ' - ' Business Suits to . Measure^ . . £5 5 0 --'-J ' ; T 4 vf ' ' Cambric Shirts ............. £0 5 11 - ~ ♦ SMALL SHOP, SMALL PRICES, ANtr; SMALL PROFITS.- -; 1 ♦ CALL AND ...

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

THE DIGGER'S REPLY. ! ? (By 'Milton Howes.) ? Since Ryan, returned from his tripon the water, He's had; as£ftis chief battle cry: That Australia1; has done a lot more than she ^ 'oghte.r, ' r ? White Canada stood lei&urely by: .-? Even supposing; we Md gone at too hard a pace, When the Teutons the Allies defied, We'd hardly consider, it any disgrace, But rather-; a matter for pride. Full well we remember how Thomas J.R., When asked was he 'willing to go, And face the base Hun and the horrors of war, Did give, as ;his;: answer ''Yes ! No !'' ' ? The digger whose lost by reason of war, A leg',', or an arm, or an eye, , On seeing Tom pass in a State motor car, . Might cry as the latter, gi)es . by : ' ; ? . -v ? ; . . ?. ; c .;.v 'You're boasting of what Australia has done, ? It's more than I'm able to bear,/ You're sound in your limbs, I'm lame, one eye's . ? gone, C . _ ? I gu e sS I've d on e more than my..s]iare According to a*h extract from the 'Daily Mail'. of/1.'aejpteja...

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

Charlton, Elliott « Co. AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS. . ' : ? \ Managers for Absentees. Houses Let and Rents Collected* ESTATES DIVIDED AND SifoLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION. We have Buyers for Suitable Hbuses and Building Sites in good localitie|. CHARLTON, ELLIOTT & CQ'., 356-8 QUEEN STREET - - BRISBANE,

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

Ignorance Confessed. :The name and attitude of this Federation is evidently a' thorn in the side of . at' least oiie of your daily newspapers, and of one of the weekly papers. ' Apparently there is ^an idea abroad that the bounden^'duty of this or. any other political .Federation's that it must be led by the nose by a coterie of individuals who happen to call themselves 'national.' That name is alright for a party and possibly for any paper to toss round as a sort of little, political toy, but when .any;., council or. party or. : newspaper refuses to move with the demands of the times, or is blind to what is necessary to be done for the alleviation of'4he political and industrial distress of Australia, then this ?'The 'People's Federation^ of Soldiers and Citi zens' is out to move these blocks and to open the eyes df the blind. The 'National' ideas of so-called. Nationalism ? in Queensland are no more national than an o,ld tin hat.- Ole Bill in Bairnsfather's news paper proposed to ...

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

B : ' : ; ? * ? Selected CHOCOLATES in half-lb. tins 9~*l 1 1 ITIPIITdl? I tn Speciality: CHOCOLATE PINEAPPLE B ,;Pp; ™ ' ' ' ? One Quality, the Best. Phone 5000-1

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

Soldiers and Working Men— 3-COURSE MEAL, 10d. Grills a Spctejality. The Best in the City. Our Motto: Cleanliness, Civility and 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
APROPOS. RIDDLES, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

APROPOS* V' ' ' ? ' ,. ... .. - ? -.v. - ,? r .? - , RIDDLES, ETC. - - ?(By Milton Ilowes.) - - *v'5 - . '! . Q.: What is the difference between Mr. ' 9 - Ryan's invariabl'c answer to a question, and a i worm in . a captured dew-fish?' ? - A. : One is in 'due course,' -and' the 'other in 'dew caught.' - *. ? Q.: What is^ the difference ^between ten square chains ,of boggy land, and Dr. Iudston's ' successor? -. j A. : One. is a soft acre, while the' other is a ' . Hard-acre. Q. : Who are the two members of the Legis- , lati've Assembly whose names express the am- . 'j ? bition of the profiteer^ : ? A.: Moore, Coyne. ? ' Surely Mr! 'Winstanley . ought to change his - - electorate for that o'f' the Stanley. s If a name counts for anything, his : election.-; to that seat ought to be a- foregone conclusion. « ' — ? ? ? ?' -V '- ?- f ... ? - ?' '. ?; ' - ' : ; \:j ^ With/so many, 'fords' in the Labour party, , viz.: Ford, Whitford,' Stopford, and Bedford, the caucus -presents rather, a '...

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| Do You Want to ^ have !; I a say in who shall rule You Cannot iii1-;-'-'' .-maw-n«nM«nBMan [ if You are j not on the r; Roll! mmmm ^mmmmmmmam^^mrn « Get on at Once! « l|l- ?'?„?.? '? '.^ ? V . -?:?♦? : ill (((! Forms obtainable at all Electoral ', - Offices, Post Offices and ;| ??}!«[ 'i- .'-?;* ??'?THE- LEADER' OFFICE,'. ?? - ?£' , ? ,331 Queen Street, above tKe Qolden in'. ; Casket. T / ./ ' Vu' HOW TO MAKE * ? ? ?? ? - - '? ' ' ? V ' Beautiful Corned Meat ; without brine or hand rubbing-, and with, a ' .small quantity of Salt. For full particulars and price— \ - Charles E. Bernays 125 ADELAIDE STREET; BRISBANE. J I FLOENZA K An aromatic inhalant B Ointment for the nos- v | trils. Sold in handy I tubes. Price, 1/- post ^ 3 free. Direct from — I T. J. LUDDY - Chemist, H j Courier Building, . ? ? ; | 'tdwanFSt BRISBANE ? , ' '-* .. N* , 'Phone 1 349. W- SHEHO. BAKER AND FLOUR MERCHANT. ,.-'*???? Head Office and Factory, Gladstone Rd., S.B. 1st Prize National Exhibition; 1906-07-0...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Cheap Houses for the People. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

Cheap Houses for the People. - The housing problem is taxing the. ingenuity ot the Australian statesmen to such an extent, that every Government is attempting a housing , scheme of smaller' or larger magnitude. The abnormal growth of cities has created - - difficulties in -regard to housing undreamed of iu early days. The town is the meeca of the - farm hand, offering alluring pleasures and com ^ fort unheard of and altogether impossible in 'the bush country.. During a short town holi day the . boy is introduced to the benefits and comforts of life therein and sooner or later . the lure, of the city grows too strong and he drifts townwards. The streams* -of emigrants from over seas also help to increase the difficulty, and the natural increase of population increases it still ? more. ' Overcrowding is rife/ Slum .areas ' are created, and the moral and physical standard is lowered according to -the amount of over crowding that takes place. , Is it possible to overcome the housing pro...

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

(To the Editor.) I. think many of your readers who are or .'who 'intend growing tobacco, will find the fol lowing letter of great interest at this time: — - The British-Australasian Tobacco Coy., Ppty., Ltd., Mr. A. S. Austin, Sydney,.- 1st Sep., 1919.. . Tobacco Expert, Brisbane. ' Dear Sir,-— % In reply to your, favour 'of August 19th re tobacco growing in the Wide Bay district, questioning, from your personal experience, our assertion that your friend would find that ? district more suitable for cigar leaf. All we had to go on, not knowing the district, was the map and by the name of the place, - Bauple, came, to the conclusion that at must be near the sea, hence our remarks about it being, in my opinion, more suitable for cigar rather than plug or twist tobacco. ? . If, as you say, it is suitable for the latter, there is nothing to prevent you going into the industry again, as the price now prevailing ? surely makes it a white man's job, but we are not encouraging anyone to go i...

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

r Tobacco Cttltnre In Queensland. - For several month's our' present Minister for '.Agriculture advertised during last year for- a _ Tobacco Expert in succession to the late Mr. R. S. Nevill. In April last, Mr. A. S. Austin's - article on the above subject appeared in the , 'Qu^enslander' and attracted the notice of the oiilcials at the department who sent for Mr. .Austin and advised him to apply for the. ^ position as he possessed -fourteen-. years' ..prac- -? r f tical experience as a grower and curer of cigar, cigarette and pipe tobacco. On applying to the Minister through the Under Secretary, the latter.- informed Mr. Austin that no appoint - ment was contemplated until the beginning of the new financial year. After waiting , until August, Mr. Austin again applied, to be in , x formed that the Minister did not intend to make any appointment. This meant a serious ? blow to what is now known to have become the most lucrative industry available for the ^ inan on the land. But by th...

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

THE BANK OF QUEENSLAND 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 tile World. Transacts all usual Banking Business. The LIFE Insurance Coy, of Australia Ltd. The 'L.C.A.' ? Is prepared to assist you to become a Property Owner. Under this system practically every tnan 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, ?'* ?: . V . JRI SB A N 'E.'— . ' L . - _ 'Phone Central 6290.

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

&0nR'&0Pirv Djflao otico ftea Q\aoa Q«3tK7 DiODC7 Qjooo.Djodd bjcrco &o9H fUsseS pyP^, P^il? ' ^ V ' ?' ? '7 ' 777 ! '77-.-'-7'{7 7^7:, 777;;;., 7:77; V ^ ^ '::: hU ^-- ;? -v ?^-^'- 1 '-: :7 ':^H^:^||il SUN-RAYSED SPECIALS ' ?'.' W7 : ' ' j-7'- ^n^-W-' '.:' v ':v'':... ?' :'., ? 'V:' ' . ''/7-7 - -;'7. '0 .77 ; ' ., - : / .. . ^ ,. ;? V-, ?.??;w\: :, . 7: 7;v; JP-'* \ ' /-* - ? - .me ??? . ' ?: » J?'-' \ ' ' '? ii *, ' Sun-Raysed Waltz y-*\ ^ „- /t --\ - * V 5 Pages of Haunting Melody by REG. A. STONEHAM. ^Price^ *v ' . * *7 1 : /. ' , 6d.~ ,(7d. posted). (The Queen of all Waltz Tunes. Easily ',: '' ' ' V/tAc '*'V - ^ ? 4.:- ???? „? .? ? - , ^0^ 2/-. , ' ',;?: v ? ? - - . - , .. \ .- - ? ^ ~ ? me . « -? ;';'v; ^???^?^7.: Sun-Raysed Recipe Book. . ;7 v\V^ ' / (J -v\'.; 1 24 Pages (coloured and illustrated), containing 89 Recipes ; t, 1 I \ ' ] , . showing how 'to use SUN-RAYSED. FRUITS every day in the . , , 1 '' ; P r?-; 'r..\. :. * home. Price 4d. (Post Free...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Building of a Merchant Marine (No. 1) AMERICA'S GREAT ACHIEVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

The Building of a Merchant Marine ' ' (No. 1.) AMERICA'S GREAT ACHIEVEMENT ' ' ? 2 ? ' ? : ? L '? '?-?'.'''???v.': ?^The end of the war has found the United / States with a great merchant marine and a /^t:.7great--navy.: 'We again witness the- spectacle, v of America . accomplishing overnight what it lias taken European nations years to secure to \ themselves.' /This observation was made by a German pro f ess or who had been teaching in one of . America's colleges, on his return to Berlin. . There is nothing much of wonder in the words. ? Perhaps the enemy sees far better \ -than we the significance of America's, part in i u ~ ~ \. ft*1' tuu swuoBii;, War, the greatest of all devils, should re . ceive his dues. His hands are red, but they hold some blessings. So far he has dethroned a Czar, perfected the aeroplane, quickened man's moral and physical courage, and made innumerable scientific discoveries that will re main to comfort humanity for all time. To the U.S.A. there has - corr...

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