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

Let- us make (JjM Your 5uit— j \ - The tailor who knows how to p jfrx make correct clothes—and y | \j make them to fit— is the one V-ia who should make your Yl V I clothes. We have had 30 VI I t years' experience in the tail: Yl X \ ©ring business. We know u bow to fit you and have then* ; I? made correctly. Suits to Measure, 48/- to 12 Guineas. . Patterns - Sent Free. Chas. C. Booth, Men's Complete Outfitter, 67 QUEEN STREET (Opp. Town Hall), BRISBANE. — 1 1 r«r &c Mang Purposes 'fy i y, j UbN#tt 'ilbNea ^ ?WO$PHA'tt ? ^ l F\AtK**iO vjh « jfiBfir B tYQMfV BSj&T ? KLEPALO Obtainable only In . ' I, I and lib. packets . That Klepalo Is better than ? C-ream of Tartar for Baking you already know, but did you * know that Klepalo is now put ^ ;VP in packets only? v ~ Insist on genuine pack eta and avoid substitutes. All Grocers. 'Sansjerm' Telephone Shield minimises risk of contagion, is germ, dust and moisture-proof, sanitary, and pleasantly deodo rant. Why not do all you...

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

A QUESTION. How often have my kindly friends, (When Fate has dealt me some shrewd blow) Recalling random odds and ends aDf' counsel, cried: 'I told you so!' But when 'twas I who Earned, arid they Who heeded not, and came to woe, I wonder why they'd ne.ver say: 'That's right, old chap, you told me so!' Johnny had been very excited ^t. school all the morning, and finally burst with— 'We have a baby girl at our home, teacher, Dr. McKenzie brought her.' Immediately another small hand _ was frantically waved in the air, and a . little voice piped 'We take off him, too, Miss Brown,' ?

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The New Economic Basis. MEN—NOT MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 October 1919

The New Economic Basis. ' men— not; money. ' : . * Even a cursory glance at our Platforms, Federal and State, will immediately open the eyes of the people to an astounding truth, astounding not because it has never been seen, but because its value has never been truly estimated — the value of humanity. At the back of religion, of family life, of the industrial world, -of the , political, world, national and international, is the value of a man. Lloyd George, in speaking to the Inter national Brotherhood Congress in London, at which 20 different countries were represented, said: 'There were men who did not realise that a great tidal wave had swept away the landmarks, and v that many phases of the old order of things had gone for ever. The world was richer arid safer for their disappearance. . . Other groat changes were inevitable. Slums must go, and he hopecl that great arma ments would disappear. He was looking for ward to §eeing a -new Britain; arice freed from ignorance, insobriet...

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

| To Returned Soldiers contemplating opening up j» | in Business for themselves | 2 DON'T OPEN YOUR DOORS WITHOUT HAVING FIRST TAKEN |j. J; THE NECESSARY STEPS TO SYSTEMATISE YOUR STORE. jl? ?jj v '. Itte a^New Credit File that Saf eg uaftJs your ]? 3 IT. I S ^SI MPL^^S^ ^ON WEN SENT, jj| ®; ? * *See this new File, or find out how it wilL stop ?? ^ your loses, please your customers, an4- relieve ^ 1 ijS I' 343 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. 5 * Wh^n -Next. Ydii; Are.. ; 11,1 - /WXOO-EE CREfflS They are extra thin, delightfully 'j- « f ylj-® crisp Biscuit Sandwiches, ' the H ^.' * * J$W interior consisting of a unique TTf . melange of - specially buttered and . II . $ /jC ^ JSmf'' roasted Peanuts, a combination which It ' j£%* ffig? ^ makes a sweetmeat more than Usually L| ' tempting, and distinctive and delicious jj Swallow and Ariell's Coo-ee Creams are II ' \ -s ^ . a much appreciated item when served JJ v ^SfcjL W&9& IncludeatinonYour next grocery order jj * * *JF Be SUR...

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

Ill DO YOU WANT VALUE ! JJlggflT S ! FOR YOUR IV iONmt j Gladstone Bags, Kit vB^agS, . Suit Ji\ Cases for Sale. All kinds of Leather i\V . j i Goods If guarantee to save you 75. per 'W ? cent.' ? \ 'in JJI If you have anything you want to. seft-see me.llr$t. Should you want to ^r Borrow Money, see me. From l/~ upwards. - ? * X ASHBRi ? ' ; Opp. Palace Hotel, SOUTH BRISBANE. -;'? Just over the Bridge. ft *? j n ? - ii - i ?- ii' 11 - in i— 1 1'^ i»i^iiiir-iiii~»'ir,',^,'*'ili — in ? -~i'ii-i_ii _m ' - - ^ — i — — I ?- — -ii — ? — -m— w-\7i C» 'kZi kJ Soldiers and Working Men— , 3-COURSE :vMEArU '10d..\ . ; Grills a Speciality. The 'Best InJtM rGity. Our Motto: Cleanliness, Civility and Quick Attention. R. GREEN'S LU RiCHEON ROOMS, 194 AL&ERT STREET, Between Queen Street and Empire Theatre. G. FLEMIHG && CO.; PRODUCE MERCHANTS, ETC'., VALLEY PRODUCE STORES, Cr. Ann and Gipps Streets, Valley, Brisbane. ORDERS DELIVERED EVERYWHERE. 'PHONE 2120. I If you are makin...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

OF INTEREST TO WOMKN. A joint deputation from the International Council of Women and the Inter-Allied Confer ence of Women Suffragists now^ sitting in Paris was accorded the special privilege of being the only delegation received in audience by the League of Nations Commission of the Peace ^ Conference. ' - - The Marchionese of Aberdeen and Temair, . , President of the Internationat Council of Wo men,, introduced the deputation on Thursday, 10th Aprilr explaining that the International Council was a federation of National Councils y in 22 different countries, and represented some V twenty millions of women belonging to organis ed societies all over the world. It oould,, therefore, be considered a pioneer Women's League of Nations, formed to promote greater r unity of thought arid action amongst women working for the welfare of the human race, , and was in an eminent degree flitted to .spread the principles underlying the' League of Nations. In order, however, to secure the entire co...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The High Cost of Government. ONE PERSON OUT OF EVERY TEN OF THE ADULT POPULATION OF THE COMMONWEALTH IS A CIVIL SERVANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

The High Cost of Government ONE PERSON OUT OF EVERY TEN OF ; THE ADULT POPULATION OF THE COM . MONWEALTH IS A CIVIL SERVANT. It is almost a proverb that Government ad ministration means a waste of money, and the cost of Government is becoming one of the , worst problems that Australia has to face. A casual inspection of the reports of the different 'Auditors-General will show where the money goes. It is spent on keeping up an enormous army of officials and Government employees, which serves the double purpose of magnifying the importance of the politicians and provid I - f mg them with an assortment of Government jobs for us as a dragnet to secure votes. In the Commonwealth Government, and in the Governments of the different States, there are - nearly 250,000 officials drawing an aggregate | - salary of nearly £34,000,009. Excluding the |l children from infancy to those at school, -about | one Out of ten of the adult population of Aus j|^ tralia, men and women, has a job in the Gov ...

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

AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIES. For the development of Australian industries one very essential condition must be observed. It is that the returned sailor and soldier should be taken into consideration, because he is an essential factor in the work of the country.. If the returned soldier is not at work it is a bad thing for the country, and if he is not at work upon some industry which is an integral part of the business of Australia, i.e., con nected with -the production of the country and the manufactures, a concomitant of the pri mary, then the outlook for Australia is bad. We say this advisedly because the men who fought. and who have returned are a huge por tion of the workers of the country, say about 250,000. * ~ Outside every other nation is. working at full pressure. Candidly speaking, Australia is not. As an Australian it is a bad thing to have to admit, and it sounds like crying 'stink- ing fish.' But the warning must be uttered, especially to 'diggers.' v; In .Queensland orders ...

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

^ R *** -s ^ ' 'Merchants Admit — ?'.? The Famous Sun-Raysed Trio ? CURRANTS, SULTANAS — and LEXIAS ? ' t t » ? i ???'?. ? .... ? ? ;{ ???. ? .,?'.???'??? ? ? .???' r.v..-.: r.-.-w ? * ' ' ? '( ' ' * 1 t. V have become 'BREAD and BUTTER' Lines. ' - ? ?. - « ? ... ? . . . -v - - * , - That is, they are now regarded as a DAILY FOOD and not a Christmas Luxury : : :v: .? ,V-'; Vs -V'''4'' ' V.V' ? ^ ,? . '? ' -''V''' : ' ? . : ' ... ' ? ? \ -t»- '-'\ V- ?- ^ V'' ; s ' ' — ? ? ; ? ? — : — 1 ? ? ^ ^ '' '?/ ' '?- ?' '.'V- ? - - ; . '? ^ \ v ?/ -?.?-- «: A';-: '.,'-V ' V ;V'' ' '?/ 'V:'.-' . ? '» ' v -V^;K; ' 1 ' i ' ' ' The change of opinion has been brought about by people 'BUYING and TRYING' It has saved THOUSANDS of POUNDS to housewives all over Australia : : : : ? ???.'?' \ ' '???'? ? - '? V 1 . - , ^ ,v ; ?. CHILDREN are HAPPIER FAMILIES are HEALTHIER ? )????: ?,'??? '? ? ? ... v„. ._? ... ; ? ^ ? ?????:??-... V.rv:' 'A . V' . .. / ? ' ^ ?; ' : i'.V The Mother's Purse is Heavier . - ....

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

[! THIS SPACE IS' RESERVED FOR s _ I* ROWETTS I S ^ - s »- ^ r COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, ' , ' - ' 'ft' - ' ») CLARENCE CORNER, STANLEY STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE. „ % The Chcapesl and Mosl 'Economical Hfouse in Brisbane. ? g . , - Suites from £3 -upwards^ j® l\ REMARKABLE GOOE)' VALUES. - G^LL AND INSPECT.1 „? jS ?I A COMPLETE LIST OF PRICES WILL APPEAR -IN OUR NEXT ISSUES. ' -lS ?0 1 ^ - - 1 ?' ' ? ? * , , 4® ?- - ? ? . , ~ *2' ?r ^ 2 'PHONE 3365. 2 90 ''\t ❖ ' ' - ' ? ? ♦♦♦ - I Brisbane Sports Depot J | 342 Queen Street : . ♦- _.v ' -r ? 1 V '- s /♦- V IMPORTERS OF ALL CLASSES OF SPORTING MATERIALS. * J ❖ , ♦- X CRICKET; TENNIS AND FOOTBALL REQUISITES ALWAYS IN STOCK. -. ' ?' ' A - NEW SHIPMENTS EVERY BOAT. ♦♦♦ . ♦♦♦ ? ^ ? ♦- REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS BY EXPERT WORKMEN. ?' ❖ - V ? *!*♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ v ? ? ? R.D.Fisher ! Tailor & Mercer ! ' . , '~v-. ' ... (l-: A-'. 'r . i COMPLETE OUTFITTER. - . t ♦ - t ♦ - . ? ♦ t My Prices are Lower than all others f X ' SUITS to Measure (Aust...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Mercantile Marine in War Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

The Mercantile Marine in War Time. ' By F. W. R. STEGALL, Author 'of 'The Lure of the Sea,' etc. ? 'No, never a Fritz shall sail with me In a ship that sails with me. . Never a box or bale r . /That smells of Germany ~ c . Never - the likes of me Shall touch the German shore, Till the men. who have ; shamed the sea Have settled the seainen's score.' n ? - \ ? , ' The Mercantile Marine, like the Royal Navy, has borne the title of 'The Silent Ser vice.' Little have the folks who grumbled -at breakfast over, the unappetising salt bacon arid the general shortage of food, realised that 14,661 rave merchant seameii have laid down their lives to stave off starvation from the country. # * * * Immediately the ship got out to sea, strict watch was kept for Hun submarines and float ing mines. The men's faces' appeared grim, but unafraid. Night closed in and all port holes were covered to obscure light, and only her navigation lights were visible. Days and nights passed by without any excitemen...

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

J. A. ROWELL HIGH-GRADE TAILOR. First-Class Diploma (with honours), British In stitute of Tailoring, London. 156-158 ADELAIDE STREET, BRISBANE. 'Phone— Central 2480. ' John bishop & sons ; - Steam Dyers and Clothes Cleaners. i All work done by machinery. ; * Suits Cleaned and Pressed, 4/6. STANLEY STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE. 'Phone 3133. v ; DIGGERS! PATRONISE D. BLUMBERQ V he is a . . TiP|^raopl Est. . 1890' . ph-ine 3309 Watchmaker and Jeweller Big Concession to all Soldiers bri purchasing. Wristlet Watches, Bangles, Diamond Engage . ' - ment Rings a Speciality. Watches and all other repairs guaranteed. ' y Note the Address: — ~ STANLEY STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE. ; - (Opposite Railway Sheds) FOR 3 YEARS Our Factory has been in full swing, in the ... - Manufacture of HIGH-CLASS FILING CABINETS, CARD CABINETS, and GENERAL OFFICE FURNITURE. Faithfully built of best selected Queensland Oak, Maple, or Pine. PRICES ARE LOW, AND QUALITY OF THE HIGHEST. . v v We are Systems Experts from ...

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

FOR ALL. THE YEAR- R1 ROYAL BEVERAGE BULIMBA BEER J QUEEN LAGER

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO THE NATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

TO THE NATION. 'Very rightly many of us have been insist ing in season and out of season, upon the maintenance of an overwhelmingly strong Brit ish Navy, but meanwhile the Mercantile Marine of Great Britain, Without which the- Navy is*\ useless, has been allowed to drift into such a position that we may wake up any morning and Unci it no longer' exists. '^FrankT. Bullen, What will you give them England ? The Masters of the Sea? ; ?. Hardly a captain anfBng thenl save by title of courtesy. Rut they o\yn the sternest prefix of any that yet may be. ' ; They have fed your teeming millions from in accessable lands; . ^ They have carried your troops to battle- — read .the record as it stands. They look for no recognition, Master or Fore-, mast Hands. \ , They go at the word of an owner, where your Navy scarce dare go, ? Down to the Horn that spares not, and up to the deathly, floe ; There is never a sea that daunts them, a peril they do not know. ; They are trained by the storm and the, b...

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

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ I . Mr What Returned Men Want to Know \ ♦ ^ Where can I get & good smart suit? How soon can I get it? And ♦ ♦ 1 what will it cost? fs ^ i The. .answer is at 'GILBERT'S,' /3K^_ JHgf ♦ £ 11 'I IWl l who have been tailoring specialists - % a 'ill 1 lilt ll I over 25 years. They will make s\' T ? J[ I ( i] J ^ you a smart suit to your individual P?p~^j|ASgj^\ 2 5 «fJ 'HI iVn taste, and measures in 24 hours at . T£\jffl@£ MmF] .1 + 5 ur jfljH illl f : ' U the following moderate prices:— \ ? ♦ % ^ | |:!P 75/- to 210/-' : - I A I - r r Jfl'' fl g And all prices between, from the finest selection of ? ^ 1 6 i f' An suitings including: INDIGO SERGES in Queensland: j ♦ X I U U If .you want' a suif AT ONCE, our famous WON- . ' A XII WP- OUR' Semi-ready Suits will fill the bill, completed J||H ^ 1 X v | J to your exact fit in ONE HOUR at from 70/- to ^ *; 'Tiff I ft 120/-. 'A special discount of 10/- to newly returned BsMi! ♦ dk I I ? ' men off the price of any sui...

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

ON DEMOBILISATION. . , .. , By a Demobbed '(W.A.A.C.'. Bac%tOi?civvy life* again, to a dainty frock and . a frilly ' ? ? ? Back to the lights, and the music, and the - Piccadilly grill, Back to lip salve and powder puff, and high-. heeled patent shoe, Back to a- riot of colour — -any colour but blue. Back t6 . a -civvy life again, in a quiet suburban * street, ? Back to the care of a model home, to a cos tume trim and neat, To shopping in the morning and scandal serv / ed with tea, Back to a highly commendable life of respect. ability. ? Back to a civvy life ' again, and the old grim hunt for a job, - Back to a stale old crust of bread and the tea ♦ -well stewed on the hob, Back to the game of camouflage, to the thin smart shoes that leak; Back, if your devil's . luck holds good, to thirty bob a week. 'How's your husband getting along since he was wounded, Mrs. Murphy?' 'Well, sometimes he's better, an' sometimes he's worse; but from the way he growls an' takes on whin he's better O...

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Soldiers and Farmers. NEW POLITICAL PARTY. CARMIGHAEL'S STATEMENT TO A SYDNEY "SUN" REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

Soldiers and Farmers. ':-isrEW; POLITICAL PARTY. r CARMICHAEL'S STATEMENT TO A SYDNEY .. ? ?? 'SUN' . REPORTER. : ' Asked if it were true that a definite arrange ment for'anisw political party had been! a)? rived at between the N.S.\V. division of the People's Party and tlie farmers and settlers and other primary producers, Captain Carmichael said 'Yes, arrangements were finalised yester- - clay. The political situation has at, last become clearly defined. There is, on the one side, a large section of the community who now re cognise that the National Party has completely failed with its financial policy and its' hopeless attitude towards honest and constitutional government, and; in its complete lack of capa city to meet the new demands that the country, must face in the near future, On the other hand there is also a growing unrest on the ., part o'f the moderate Labour; man caused by the camouflaged Bolshevism which underlies a great deal of the Labour party's activity, -while ' t...

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

PHILOSOPHY. A. man's a man, iio matter what he dreams, ' ? ' Though he may fabricate illusion, His idealism may be but themes ? i Qf distant dreams and self-delusion. ? Vain were the dreams which filled my days Vv- and nights, Their 'therial mockery a false light giving, I came me dowij to earth from elated heights, And found the truest joy in living. ? ? - —p.j. i

Publication Title: Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
The Visit of the Prime Minister. Australia's Greatest Man. A Contrast to T. J. Ryan. [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 1 November 1919

The Visit of the Prime Minister. Australia's Greatest on t fast t o T. J. Mr. W. M. Hughes is an unique^ personality. None looking upon the mail would ever dream of the terrific driving force inhabiting that frail figure, but so It is that in these days after the _ terrific strain of five years of a nation's re sponsibility, and fiery test of statesmanship, he has come forth greater than ever. He bears in his bbdy the marks of a wonderful fight, but his whole bearing, his straightforward Jook, his account given of his stewardship, tell of a responsibility nobly borne, of a trial fear lessly faced, and of a glorious victory won for Australia. What makes Mr. Hughes the wonderful man he is is his intense patriotism. He places Australia first in his love among all the nations - of. the earth. Twice ^whilst in the Old Land temptations were placed in his way. Petitions were pre sented to him -begging him to remain in Eng land. The Home Government was pressed to request Australia to lend o...

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

Laheys Limited S AWMILLERS , JOINERS, CASE MAKERS - 306 VULTURE STREET EAST, WOOLLOONGABBA, BRISBANE. P.O. Box 8, Woolloongabba. Sawmill at CANUNGRA. Eactory and Head Office: VULTURE ? ST., EAST. 'Phone 10B6. Timber Yards: IPSWICH-ROAD, Weoi loongabba. 'Phone 2619.

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