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Weights, Entries, &c. THE TURF Racing Calendar. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

Weights, Entries, &c. Bncinrr Calendar. JANUARY. "0. Arp;nj:ilc ^acc5* 215, 24. GccJojia' Knees. Co. Wii;iainsto\n: }tacts.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MENTONE MEETING. Programme of Events. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

1Y1ENT0HE MEETING. Programme oi Events. The- joi;o"'ln;; is the of events to u.» uc.ca!'»J at, iitnto.ic this (Saturday; lilU'iUCo:! : — 2i.\Ni)it_\\r'2ivi:o7j: uace. Two M:Vs SiuI 'i'-.v. iitv Y:t:rls. McAlpin ]0 13 .V:j : .-.v V. \\ ... 9 13 Wi-jd.'i ju v /i.; 'I'-j n n Sto.-n An I,or ... lv 5 Jir v.n;-:;-.! jj S ■Blind U;':'rv 1.' 5 v.or 11 jv 9 0 lord 'In:"; ;,l 1 Ar .r/ois.i 0 0 Porrcr/t:! C 13 r*v.-i;v 15 9 0 FIRST H1YIM0N HANDICAP. r :."! Her05 P 7 v..I r:.\ir ' Ap:.r.;' II V Ar. u K1 7 j t-r- TT)-!i'-otc«r ... , .. .i imriv.r <» 'O Precious f f, Av^-:.t c 1;1 -.Indvh.^t .S F!vr.i K 10 i* ; ?\r.~ ... l: rior.nsa 7 7 " SI-COXD ,niVISION" HANDICAP. 9 K>\\i :t?s 7 1! ■.» n,v<t 7 « ■ J.- -;;Kr:Ue J t'Vo:'-:" I! »; Tr'/.M f. U Cluca 7 I : I; .-v.: .s K 1* :i 6 3 jv MIMAS' FLAT EACH. | (Jns iaile a Quarter. j ? 11 S 7 ! « f I' — *;:: a 7 0 7 3 5| <? N :>^rj 8 5 I 9 3 T.i: "lart >"> ... « 3 ! o !3 t ti 13 VV.wzh f. s :.3 o:d fi H 13 THIRD...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VICTORIAN PLACE NAMES. Notes Concerning Their History. How They Came to be Bestowed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

VICTORIAN PLAGE NAMES. Njus Concerning Their History. :!ow Tii-y Critic to be Uestowed pi 10 - rur:::, dcHrc th.u- deagzu- ■ Lj:;s either i _ the origin*] owuora cf ; lht- land, cr troru iiaturai physical toiivc. oi the pi-^e; or, as itappeus in some ' c-a-'.s, :'rom Uio fauna that is in evidtuc-c , a; tut- ume oi betUtKJcnL. As cx-sipl^s of pl-ic-T. ol'i■•iuiii_■ ihtir names from some, u-i.urj] aistii-iiau \vc : n»s:at.co Snake Vaky, «iJit icom LuxrumWct aud . jii Ui:k? t:o:n J£mu Mouai iiuu i-.u-u Citcli. Tii'iS'j u.;,:i.<.s vrert givcu to the p.acta by Uw d c— ji:s in tbo y<?^rs o: ib« lit'ues wben tbjy vurt) roliow.i.j tLv- idiuvial lead tbii rui.s thr. u^'b S/jj'.i.1 V.*Jit»y tor a tbsianc<} o; i\.o iujiuo. liii. 7- icy vu iutcii'.o wuh v-L.iu ou liic U-u-iitaia rau^o cjuus had lii.ir run. l'»>{uu!j Lrtvk, ruuni;^' .u?o th? Tar.v. n , RiVvr, fvu'.uiiU'd thw&j purudoxtsi of unuro, tbc cua-. Hi Uciuc .U uau.e. At iV.aipua Crick, h tiui-...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

aJeco cvn, acqiutal ta*'.tc ■ &Ti7lA CTi£y.3Lo{rx±z * wxJit <icc<Aj&£umJ IffTUXAll^ tc -fliWA tzOLs, • Si E3S7 E3£H ESS 2lT>] m 5 ay Mbgszina"invesSinjy far FroJn" 2 ij HgggfarSIx j^hs "f | ■< i -•:] ® WORTH AT LZAS7 £2 '.. ( K. L. CABBtB, P«V, MM, 33 W. tffttfcsu Sv.:., C:,L-. fa-joaa cssa eai csta c=a ci^ lt£

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VATICINATIONS. Mentone (Saturday). Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

Alentonc (Saturday). Huvdle Race. McALPIN WiDDIN MJLKABA-H First Division* FLORENZA - ... - ~ MADCHEN AVLUUST Second Division. cnicA KATIKKLA - MALVOCKOUS Junipers* Flat Race. roncn DOMINICAN THE MAjr.jTIC NUT — Third Division. l.UNnOYNK KATi*. IIUWAHD iiAR\viiHir:i: j>lentoiie Handicap. YKNI-DA t.'OOLAUt'NYAU PKAH.!. lvlN<« -

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WORLD WEARIED WOMAN. Vainly Courts Oblivion. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

WORLD V/EABIED WOMAN. Vainly Courts Oblivion. Seme pathctic features made interesting J The case of an ♦•Merl- woman named Sarah | McEichrcu, vrho vras prcseuir-J before the ; City Court XJ.-r.cU on Tuesday (Mr. Coaca, j P.M., presiding), charged with having at- i tempted M c.vamit snioidc by throwing ir.r- ! into the Hirer Yarra on November 29. j KTidence yz?.3 gi"cn by a youn^ hid named ■ Charles lie.-- to tbrt eiTfci, that ho was cn ! that date !c» the Anderjon-itr^t Brid-c, ! ♦.vhen his uitenycr. tv.ts crarrn to ct'.".:. rl, ! v;ho vras stru-*gUn~ iu the '.valor pomp :o>v | yards from tho baa*. She appeared to bo ; Linking v.hcn Iu: went to her rwcue, and : Lrou~h:, her safely to land. She said that | fche ^aiu-.d to S° to sleep, and that she was ! tired of life. ! Tho P.M.: nad she been dr:ak:tig? 1 Witness (ncKveh-j: I could act say. sir. i In answr to questions, accused said that phe did r.ot rmernkr how >ho -o: into the ' water. Sh- hid ^-veral ^uiMrca, but did Thf?"su...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
IRON K[?]OB KNOCKED' ABOUT. Terr[?]fic Tornado Wrecks Township. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

1 IRON KHOB KNOCKED' ABOUT. Terrific Tornado Virtcks Township. tFrom "Ti'utii's" Atlei-.ua Correspondent.) ; ! stcrifcJ ih-: cribb;: through from Port Sr.'.th A-'. r"-!: .. r.how vl:a: a t f.c :-up tb, r;vc£jj;P of Irca Sncb cot ■ittlo Io'js. Two i owrcd by the Hr'.-k?:i Jlili i'r.Co. *.vero rolled c.-er ~;:-i i/r-r until thev smashed into pieces. In on- c::s: ;t man hr.J ju?t Got hi3 r.-Jfc ai:d iyVr ' rh-i.Ir^ n out of tiie hauso wh-^a the cvclcro it an-1 stcasbed it down r;r:is away. Two tac-:j though, xamcd Davidson and Burnhjinj. wero ii^.jde a cottage wu::u_ ;t was mrr.pa over tfcree times before bciu? bur?}, io piecoa in railway cut:!::?. The lar^st buiHinj in the township, si pcuor.ij s.'or?, hruJ the- r torn off, with the rcr.iii. thr*.t enny or the contents vcro blown about, the street. The I whole tJiir.:* Ir.sir-d only about tea minutes, i ' " r aJl tho damage it I confirmed the Ucou^e V:J]cv fo rirr;in;,' crniiidcruWy in tho j i f cjn-r.iii'ons, ho vrcnt I Cfcr i'Jwavs ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

;BEST SPORTING AUTHORITY PRICE ONE PENNY. ALL NEWS AGENTS. T. MARSHALL'S LOANS frauds ARE REAL EASY ON THE BORROWER. ALL WORKERS anil LADIES! ALL W01iKEI<S anj LADIES! YOl'K PROMISE TO P-VY Sufficient Security! 97-99 QUEEN STREET, CITY, UrounJ Floor. No Siairs. No Lift. Those 7661.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE SYDNEY SPORTSMAN PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Terms to Subscribers. (In Advance Only.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

THE SYDNEY SPORTSMAN PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Terms to Subscribers. <!□ Advance Ouiy.) FEIt ANNUM „ 7/ HALF-YEARLY 3/9 QUAUTLELi' _ 1/9

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. Hot, windy, dusty, end generally un pleasant inornin?, but plenty do:ns on the tracks, which were pood coin?. Loch Amos (light boy) struck out for a mile and a Quarter on the tan, well run in 2.17$. Monodia (J. Ilicjrins) put in a fur ious shorter distance in 2 6. Malrocrous ran frve furlongs on the lan in 1.6]. I'rc;ioca was 1.9J poinj: tho same journey, while .Stcnbol: clappfrd on pace for a furlong Jew iu bZl Coolaraatow (J. Xliffzins) wa* equal to | running Lz. furlonjjs on the tan in 1.2CJ, ; while Quair Hum was going pretty eas..'v ; for iho same distance in 1.22. 1'Jaitb waa ] not required to greatly extend himself while i travelling a mile and a ouarter on tlie tan, j aud was l.bfjf, over the final mile. I I/3o went strongly over a mile. Mint ; Sauce travelled about the same distance on " the tun, and ran the half of it in 57. Kur rakai and Bcwmore wore co'.r.g ai aLout uu cwji-iiDio gait. Snccie and Kugcnist , got over a tan hall-mue in 5...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

M:nlonc tc-uay. l'e-jjipo is being treated to a well-eomed Joi'V.ey .Bolbr Lewis is having a great ming* in W.-st Australia. V..r-c:i, as jriual, r.iu f; ist and finished r.'Liy in the M^.voru Har.-.i. icap. Lntr.es close on Monday f; jr the Aspendal« a;-'.: races to bo run on Sa turJay next. TI:e;-f waj, a bumper att< udance and ci jileiit racing at Cauifioid ci i Boxing Day. ICwasind. who seemed to have got very ' staL*, ii to be treated tj a weil-descrved ■ spell. I Nominations lor tho Newmarket Handi cap. Australian Cup, and the OakJcigh Piat© closc oa Tuesday. L:tcus was gal oped on while taking part in the Valley Handicap, and baa since had to be on the resting list. Jack Loudon, who started favorite for tbo Hurdle at Mooncc, cut a torry figure, being always a long way back. Tbo popular Moonce Valley course was very largely attended lar.t Saturday, when There s<.c;i:s a c-.ncra! imprc-ssion that two or three oi tho carters were not out for keep* in ihc ll...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DELINE'S DEATH. The Snake that Wouldn't be Charmed. Evidence at the Inquest. "He was Careless, and Handled Them Roughly." Wanted, a Girl with a Good Nerve. Domestic Servant Becomes "Sleeping Beauty"—Coroner Thinks Management Should Provide E[?]cient Safeguards. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

DELINE'S DEATH. The Snake that Wouldn't be Charmed. Evldcncc at the Inquest. "Ho was Careless, and Handled Them ■ Roughly." Wanted, a Girl with a Good Norvo. ! Domestic Servant Become* "Sleeping Beauty"—Coroner ahinka Manage ment Should Provide KlHcient Safeguards. "Death duo to misadventuro" wu the ter diet returned by Coroner Colo ou Tuesday at. tbo iuquest concerning tho doath of Henry Deline, r^ho was bitten by ft tiger make while performing at ft wake-chaxmer at Luna Park on December 15, and who died j iu tho Alfred Hospital on the following day. , Jauics Joyce, motor car merchant, of Al« ; frcd-square, St. ICiU'a, detailed tho arraogo- | iiicutft he had tuadc with Dohne for the j BnukC'Chunuing show at. Luna Park. De.ino | hud told him that be had been handling ( snakes for over 15 years. There had been j no stipulations made about the reptiles hat- i ing iheir fangs drawn. On tho night of the ; tir.shap Deline told witness that he had been ■ bitten on the ncek, aud asked for ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

LACT0BACILL1NE ' is prepared under the authority and tcien* ; tific control of FROFESSOU M7.TCHNIKOFF, the famous scientist whoso dbcoTerics ha?o -?eToIutiotrisfd the art of medicine. By its use tho putrefactive bacilli in tho intestinal tract it destroyed, and a condition of TERFECT HEALTH ' is obtained. | LACTOBACILLUS is proscribed and used by teas of thousands of JPhysic.ans, and hundreds of thousands of I patient® hare tistitied to its raluu. Lacto | bacillino not only cures, it prevents disease. | LuctobacilHno is prepared in tablet form, i I'r.ce, Ss, 6d. per box, containing eight 1 cylintlcis of tablets. Each packagc bears the words, 'Lo Ferment eeul Fournisseur du I'rofeswur MctchnikoII," without which nono U%an bo obtained thrcugh cny chemiat, or direct from the Depot Sociotc lo Ferment, Haft Deposit Build:ngs, SO Qocen-alrect, 1 }U!bo«rn*» FOR THE TOURIST! COPE OVER HESRiE TO THE LAND OF THE GLAD "GOOD MORNING," Where Everybody Says "Hello!" TASMANIA—THEPLAYGROUND OF THE ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CARTERS AND CITY COUNCIL. QUESTION OF LICENSE F[?]S. Present Circumlocutionary Methods Condemned. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

CARTERS "AND CITY COUNCIL. QUESTION OF LICENSE FlBS; Present Circumlocutionary Methods Condemned. a matter that concerns driven of vehicle plying for hired loading in the city, par ticularly the driycrs of lorries ami delivery Tans, \» the question of drivers' licences. Alincgl {-very v.ocU batches of namcR nppctir on tho char^o sheet at llio City Court of in en who are accused of bavin;* refused or u«:^Joc.c<!—»uch js tii? us;i.il phraseology sot lorlh in the Burnmous—to tako out u licence. 3i> ?uinc instances thft defendants appear, luoco oCtcu th«:y do tiol; the l&tier Miction preferring not to lose Lima or to disorgauiso ihntr owu or their employer's work by put ting in an sippoanwico. A third scctioii e<;opt a middle* ccurso, and send a rcpru icntauvo to plead Lbtir c-usu*: generally a wife or u mother. But in every instuueo where an app:aranoe is .uicrcd the ezplan* otion id ibe a^iuc. Aflcr receiv.ng the papers—i.e. the necessary forms to be f...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

Miss EILY MALYON VVHo Interprets One O* The RrinclprU Roles In "MILESTONES " I!:; great humifi drama produced tins year a it be C rite'ion Ta *tre, Syjucy, writes her opiuioa thus TONIC The Propriclon CLEMENTS tonic ltd. " Your Clements Tonic is truly marvellous. Nothing i have tried has bad such immediate effect. " It was first recom mended (o me as A CURE FOR INSOMNIA, caused by hard study. " Not only did I recover my lost sleep, but the meJi ciae acted as a tonic gener ally. " My appetite improved and 1 no longer (ell cny fatigue iron the new climate. ' I shall certainly take it with me on tour, it would he a mistake to travel without it. " Youri very trnly, eily'malyon." ctioi M or peopli nit. iv>uiek MtfssinR. I Ifiuhi n i\ Nerre S liver, rc ili ia tl Wcaknr Cisb (Jrer AI.I.CHJ' k! pttri :r. rejjuU'c *STOK.li6bUULITtVKEYWUlCit«

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ANOTHER AWFUL ABORTION. Death of Margaret May Purchase, Confession to a Carkon Landlady. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

ANOTHER AWFUL ABORTION'. Death oi Margaret May Purchase, Confession to a Curkou landlady. 1 ficing her life rather i1j:id face the tr.als of | xnotli< rhoou was before the Coroaer (Dr. Cole! ou Tuesday, whin an inqu«.st was held touching the death of Margaret May Fur cbio>.\ 33, a n.arried woman living apart from lur hu*h?ud, wheh occurred at her 1'jil^in ra at U Arjylf-^l.vio, Carliya, on Dv Mirgarei Doadwia, charwoman, of the ad dress Jtut mentioned, said ilrit ubi-u: lour mouths UjO, tao d-'Ci n«"d, who cave the in her hou*e. 'Mu. iJr'.iLajiiv" was utvoui* panted by a man v. La v:;i-v.t as her hus.b..ud. For ihroc wtel;a th'.-y iive£ to^c-h'.r there, and theu 'Mr. Urlu.:.1.. uv" to the- coun try, at Ica*t that w. s whal dictated lo!d witness. The n°it eje to'd her laud lady wis more s'.artli.j^, however, Slio was iu :» certain condition. but, EVEN IF SUK K.ILLKL) HERSELF, she was go i:g to pr< vriu motherhood. On December 9. wb».-u went out lor the day, n...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

SEVERE CASE ()i Gravel and Kidney Compiaint "Tin Most Awtul i';iins Drirteil Up Alv Side, and Wmikl Tuke toy lSrc:;ih Away." "1 s'tilcred for urjnlbs with Gravel and ' Trouble and most .-wiui pa.us' <3-rt in;' up my side. which were so b::d at utiles iliat ibry would take iny breath away, and 1 hud lo slay in bed,'' writes Men. U. Woolf, 21 BuroW.y, Vic. "I wia under doctors' treatment, but , they did me i!o yood. My urnm w:ij liko 1 red clay, and the pain was frightful*. I could not set bu!f an hour's peaceful s\vn. I frit burning aJI ovrr my body. I took no cm! of mediant's for the c^inpla.nt. but they would only j.rivc me five mi mites' relief, and I ben that darlinr* pvn would como : a\»G;n. I could not do my worl: or s'oop to p'fj. ipv?h:n«» un, Hu» it'" d-v n lady recommejidetl me to try V>r. Sbtldon's Gia , Vilb. wh>h I 11:otivI»; would K. like -1! tJie re«! of pills, but t«> pleas.? hor T I gave them a trial, and I am' rery pleased ; tl-it 1 d:d, f&am...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ALLEGED BRUTAL ASSAULT. Eiderly Man Shockingly Maltreated. Awful Smack in the Eye With Improvised Sling-Shot. Accused Committed for Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

ALLEGED BRUTAL ASSAULT. lilderly Alan -Shockingly Maltreated. Awfnl Smnck in the Eye With Improvised Sling-Shot. Accused Committed for Trial. TCrncst Harold Ireland, a slightly built, j elderly man, with his head awathod in baud* a^es, appeurcd in the St. Kiida Court on j Tuesday as pro&oculor in tho case of two young men—Thomas Wilde, of South Mel- ; bourne, and Thomas Schultz, of Albert Park • —charged with unlawfully and maliciously iiiQ.ctiiij; j;rievoua bodily harm. Tho bench was occup.cd by Cr. E. 0'Donn<;ll (chairman), ilo.£.sr.H, Levi, iitlioon, and Suiithwick, Js.!'., and Mr. T. Fogarty appeared for tho oc- ■ cusod, who pleaded not puilty. j The prosecutor, woo is * clcrk in rcecipt of an invalid pension, re£id:ng at 2 ksplau adc, St. lulda, void that about 11.10 p.m. on December 1G ho was ia FiLaroy-surect, St. ■ KiJda, on h;3 way home, aud was handling - a cigarette wheu bo was suddenly couiroutcd by Wilde. ilAliiu« a movement to pass Wilde, or to bruii...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RESORTED TO A RAZOR. Female Commits Felo De Sc. An Inexplicable Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

RESORTED TO A RAZOR. ! Female Commits Felo De Sc. An Inexplicable Tragedy. Tboso who hncw her best God it utterly 1 impossible to determine the roasori\ ..y Mrs. Alico Elizabeth \V« X, of Woodstock-strcct, j B^lao'ava, committed jmicido la«t Mouday moruing, and tbo*e who didn't knovr her »t Jul are appalled at tho det/rminatiou f.lio displayed aud the gruosomcnesa with which she fulfilled her intention. She out her tbrost with hor husband'® raz'>r—a bruad, solid blado of finely-tempered atcfl, not tho delicate, hollow*?../ ! Bhavin? im p!nnent ono is ordinarily accnstomcd to, but .1 formidable tool, with which in an instant of desperation, a victim's head could be promptly severed from the body. Her dsycvatiou was-evident not alone from the horrifying fjas'.i in her throat, but by tho fact that the "toe," or point, of the ramr, iu the violence of her slash, had h*en jajJRed j »-aw-w\s? for about a quarter of an inch. , Yet she had not : SEVERED THE JUGULAR, ant) appears to haw: l...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ANTHONY ALIETTI'S RECORD. Admits Two Breaches of Traffic Regulations, And Gets Off Scot Free. Charges Withdrawn in Consideration of Assistance Rendered Police. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

ANTHONY ALIETTI'S RECORD. Admits Two Breaches of Traffic Kegulaifous, And Gets Off Scot Free. Charges Withdrawn in Consideration of Assistance ltendered l'ohce. Anthony AiietLi, a youn? St. Eilda en pincor, has put up a record. Before the local ccurt on Tuesday, on two charts un der tlitr Motor Cur Act, be admitted both j breacbei and yet Rot off scot fro-.:! I At Liiilaclura, on tbo evening of Decco.Ler ] 4. watchful Cupp'-r Walsh f-pi'il Anthony jo-cly urivin^ a motor evcio ui.'hout a light. Wiitchtul Walsh was ir.owd to inaLc further ir-quiri^s, and t'uur days hue.: he learned, on dXU|n:cn^dSo^lr:rr\\^z" bike. The; youn^ ieilov. bad further explain ed that he bad ban latins honu» a yountr I adv. who wag titling boh.ml him. iu the : fashion so bt'lovo.j by many Melb.n damsels : —till thev »ct *pil: some lino day, or nicbt. The inaeh-ne thev wuro on hud boon boriuw For oikc. in a tr.tfljc Dro,t'X,utii3n, the Court wag told bv the defendant- that the copper had ?pckp» r\w whole trut...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
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