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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

Brewed 18$ alt a Contains 'No Chemicals. IT IS THE BEST

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MYSTERIES OF THE TURF. THE INFERIORITY OF VICTORIA'S RACHHORSES. Sydney Scoops the Pool at Caulfield. Why Squatters Dropped the Game. Melbourne Man's Horses Trained Across the Murray. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

MYSTERIES OF THE TURF. the xhperiority or victoria's racehorses. sydney Scoop3 tho Pool at Caulfleld. Wly Squattors Dropped tho Gams. Melbourne* Man's Horses Trailed Across the Murray. Some Gtriking eases of in-and-out running wero seen during tho roccnt Oaulfield races. Tho poor mug backer ■who follows "form" must como to the conclusion that form Is a myth, un less you know the utablo move. You must first find out whether tho racing prad U "on tho job." The "Argus" "man on tho job" is nothing to the equine. IIow tho racing flscrs-up do laugh at tho mug and his "glorious uncertainty of the turf," and his sport of monarchn. Two steeds that ran no* whoro on February 14 in tho Sr. George's Strike?, viz., Brattle and Agar Wynne's Cider, both from tho cornstalk State, mado a hard fight, of the Fu turity Stakes tho following Saturday, ' running tirst and second. , Surely the . MYSTERIES OP HOUSE-RACING . are unaccountable! Hero -wo have Brattlo with 3GI1*. mom weight up beating a horso li...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

Have yosii Settled That Yet, Sir? If not, settle it right away, and itart th*» year well with on» of n>y Famous Sijija. You will gH all t.hnt h d«sired in th« way of s»n up-to-datf* Suit trnm the Jat^ai shades rnd dcpignj in Suitings,'and 70U oap pocket the difference between my ::d what tho othfr tailor would l~ nnd drsjirn with tbo»o elwwbcr* tioublo ib? rrK». Tee.?.- nrc tho factors that bawhtiilt up mv bminrjs ajid eivn m« th« reputa t:cn :or making a Good Suit at the moti reasonable n~-.v SAC SUIT Qj ^ I AI.L MEASURE pR(bCE rp.on THE TICK OF THE STOCK. Wriiji icr Patterns, Tape, and S.1C Vorm at once. ojCE 159 Bourke Street, MELBOURNE. ro'c « ci a x rrwr " lit ii.-j savoy; Nos. S0-1-&DG LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Next Royal Ai'cado). MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE COMKLKTKLY REMODELLED. LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED. CUISINE UNPARALLELED LUINCKEOINS, DIININERS, SUPPERS. TABLE D'HOTE or A. Li CAnTE. CATERING A SPECIALITY. E. L. HOSSEN LOFF, Proprietor. THE CLARSC-RAZZ1LLIANS, In their ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

TO COUNTRY NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORS. THREE. MGNOLINES ! FOR SALE. I "Truth" offers three MOXOI.IN'ES at £10 each, A snap for a country news paper office. Tor further particulars write to JOHN NORTON, Now Zealand "Truth,*' Welling.on.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SUNDAY MORNING SCENES IN THE SUBURBS. CLIFFORD AND HIS CLINER AT CARLTON. Peculiar Procedings at a Pattersonstreet Party. Bottles Flying, Schnapps Drunk for a Wager, and Woman Bashed. The Mysterious "Mrs. Strong"—Why Did Constable Mulcahey Visit Her House? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

I SUNDAY MORNING SCENES • IN THE SUBURBS. CLIFFORD AND HIS CHNEP. AT CABL70N. Peculiat Proccdings at a Patterson , street Party. ! Bottles Flyiujr, Schnapps Drtink for a |, Wager, and Woman Bashed. J Tlie Mysterious ••Mrs. Strong"—Wliy Did Constable Mulcabey Visit j Her Houso? Who,, Willi.... Cli^orJ -J »» ££ tatlon .» M«. Stv.^- V»>.> '» o{ ^ s.r0l,t. NM1'« (-.ullon. on tbr - . ^ au(J i4ti, in*!■ ''-"J °'n, ,-0und «>»<• bolU. oi ,chn.pp.-f»'-» u-.r thfl e-rtniioc ot n V- 4-' : , . -n .)lf. tarl bAvilf-*. ^ vliwcov^-si Imn-• douhlc ch;«r2 ton wiitchhoui-'c r<'U.i ol^'ene ?"'OI1 Vs'" w"" .'nf n.ua b'v J,r" "'co'n c»,-).v,. «r,i.tiv,t »; ^ lu. WJS 0,v rr.<»nniij\ 0*1 Sortli Tar^toit. .\ris- i» T.i<U'r*on->'W .. •'^o.|ru Hi, \ ,Kirou;<. huo *a* *>•<•»« - HAi> A F'YI'",,,.4T.t.i :q .»•• «a rtiirw «'* ,Yivffl -shell till- «rc mlir agnftUMt. *>«>{. to S4 !>"'«• )i.'ss, 'Mr5k:r.-j b»m ' 1 M -ar ffo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

FRUu i OIDS Cure Headache, Indirection, Constipa tion, and Bihousno.'ja They ora elegant in appearunce a mi pleasant to take, they uro immensely more valuable t!:av At} ordiuury a/vrjent. they rt-move fntu tho blu'id. tissue* and internal or^a:> waste pou-onntu- nnittfi that ib them and I'lmkmy the «-nai;nofs that teuu .to aud frotu ttiom Froutoids ere THE BEST Aperient medi'-ins to u»Ke whon any Conueation or i'iood Poim'h ih present, or when Congestion of the Bruin or Apoplexy ip ureHt-m or threatening. They have been touted. and h«»ve been prowd to afford qtncfc relief m such eases when otlior npiT»'*iii> Ha"e not done any good at nil Krootosd* ar> abdolutoly ua rivuUed tor FAMILY ase; their b<»n»fici3i effects arf fvfdont by the disupp'MUdiice ot Headache —n bright .cfieery afuno oj perircl health hiking the place i» dluj.'^i'ih deprenM-d .feotitin-s. by hver acting uropepiy. and by Iho tond hpin« prup-rfy directed. Frootoids are u very economical MEDICINE. A...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SLY SWANK SUPPRESSION. "Sorey" McFarlane Fixed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

SLY SWANK SUPPRESSION. "Sorey" AkFarlane Fixed. | James—hotter known in Melbourne *lum | pouiciy as "So!*;/"—McFurlant, who wiu I ! one of tho.^e token in the dra? net. recently ; *prea4 by the police \o Uuv ur.dou^s 01 numerous illicit trader, in iiauor, wa* Ik* for* Mr. P. J. Dwyer, P.M., and justices, in th*- Ci'-r Court on Monday on four se parate and distinct ch^rgoi. 'Sarey" in the lust of tbi? batch to br *>itb : after; his arrest br» was admitted i<J hail. and > "flew" to B^ndi^o. and on1.- cm.-sled • i on his reUtrn to Melbourne. Ii«» waa de- I I fended bv Mr. \\\ G. Manchester. | ''Ilcvcnuo Detective? " Franz* K;dd and I Albert F. Smith «ave evidence aa to an offence committed early on tbe ruoruinj* of Norerober 9 last year, at an r>at:ri£ bouse kept bv the defendant in Exhibition-street. Kidd was subjected to sercre cross-ex amination by Mr. Minrhester us to pF:denc» he had sriven in previous ca&es which had b<y?n found ts> bo con...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WILFUL GIRL CAUSES BOTHER. AN IRATE MOTHER BIFFED. Alleged Harborer of Girl Fined for Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

WILFUL GIRL CAUSES BUi HER. AN UlATE MOTEXPw BIFFED. Alleged. Haioorcr of Girl Fined for Assault. Owing principally to the wilful conduct of a firl named Jeunuio Levy, living with her J parents at 73 1'ark-stcect, South Melbourne, : tlio details o! a miserable squabble between two women were related at the local police cour; en Monday, before Messrs. Clare- • borough and Duubar, Js.P. Jane Ldy, the mother of the girl in question, sued a buxom : dame naaici Annie Marshall, a resident of 'jS N^pier-struct, sjoutb Melbourne, utiti th'J j wife of a storeraan, for baring committed j an assault upon her on Sunday night, tbo ! 15th inst. The court wa« crowded -with interested j spoctatcr*. J Mrs. Levy, who was represented by Mr. J. \ Nolan, gave evidence to the effect that she was net ft irieu.l of Mrs. Marshall, and bj ! no desire to make ht-r acquaintance. What she complained of was that Mra. Marshall j had been »n the habit of IIAFUIOMNG WITNESS'S DAUGHTER ! Jeauuie, a^-ed 16 years. Oil...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

PETERS, Bookseller, j 185 Swanston Street. j DECAMERON" (Tirr.t. Complete Edition), 4s., Post. Fre<\ IIEPTAMERON 4s., Post Fr^. 1 THE WORKS OF FHANCOIS RABELAIS rThr*i> VoIunK-s in Oiip), 4s., PoU Free. ' MADAME UOVAKY, Z<. Cd., Post Free. FORTUNES AND MISFORTUNES OF THE FAMOUS MOLL FLANDERS. 2a. 6d„ Post Free. LADIES' MAN*, by Guy Maupassant, la. 6d.. Pont Free. ROSARIO: or, THE FEMALE MONK, la. 6d.. l'ost Fre<\ XANA'S DAUGHTER, Is. Cd„ Post Free. STOI-KK SWEETS, bj- P»ul De Koch, In. 6d., Post Frcr. • RELATIONS OF THE SEXES. Is.. Tost Fr ZOLA'S COMPLETE NOVEL?, 13. Cd., Post Fre^ :—Nana, J/AssomiHoir, Claude's Confessiou, Th^ Rush for the Spoil, Tbn Uirl In Abbe Mouret'« Sin, Tot BouilU'. A WOMAN'S LIFE, by Guy Do Mntjpa? sant, 1*- Po>i Ff «*. ARISTOTLE'S COMPLETE WORKS, con- ' tuinins tbc Mastcrpicco, Directions for Mid wifes;" and Counsel and Adrieo to Womcu, with Various Useful Remedies. Complete, with Colored Flatus. 3s.' Gd., Fust Free. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SNIDE SCHEMES. SUBURBAN HOUSEWIVES VICTIMISED. Plausible Peddlers and Their Promises. TAKE-DOWN TEA AND LEAD SPOONS BOUGHT, In Expectation of Alluring Bargains that Never Materialise. Stunt Worked Out in Sydney—Tried in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

SNIDE SCHEMES. SUBURBAN HOUSEWIVES VICTIMISED. Plausible Peddlers and Their Promises. TAKE-DOWN TEA AND LEAD SPOONS BOUGHT, In Expectation of Alluring Bargains that Never Materialise. Stunt Worked Out in Sydney—Tried in Melbourne. Those persons who, partly from lazi*1 tes3 and portly from an inherent ten* flency to roguery, disdain honest toil In tiny form, arc continually making their appearance in ono guise or an other, either foisting a frenh snido ichemo on a r.utg public or resumcting another th-.t ther think has been quies tent lon« mon<;h to have been forgot ken. The housewife whose husband is tortain 10 bo away nt work U the fa vorite vidijn of one section of theso plausible <--ngtted parasites. Thev know* quite vrii that if they had in deal with the r.-en in the suburbs in which they love to operate, a great. majority Df thoir interviews would bo prema turely i.'rminatfd by their hurried re treat brforo the too of a largo boot. Rut let au imperious pea...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1914. "REID THE WRIGGLER!" ALIAS GUZZLING GEORGE THE GORGER. AN OPEN LETTER TO SIR GEORGE HOUSTON REID, The "High=Falutin" High Commissioner of the Australian Commonwealth in London, The False Friend of Free=Trade and the Foe of Federation, Concerning His Past Perfidies, Perversities, and Poltrooneries. FYTTE I. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

9.VTUI1DAY, FEBRUARY 2?. 1014. "ueid fii wr§®8lesu» AL.IAS GUZZL9KG SEME TIE SORGER.. AN OPES LETTER TO SIR GEORGE HOUSTON REID, , The "High=Faluiin" High Commissioner of the Australian Commonwealth in London, The False Friend of Free=Trade and the Foe of Federation, Concerning His Past Perfidies, Perversities, and Poltrooneries. {By 4QHm MORTON). FYTTE I. George: Like Caesar, you can say, "Veni, vidi, vici!" You'vo come back from the other side of tlie Earth, til the way from London, to get what you've as good as pot—a big rise in your big screw. This you o?.*o to .Too Cook: v-hieh is meet and just from Cook to you. You made Joo by raising Cook, and Joo now rewards you by raisins y°ur screw, as was due from Coo?T ITJ you. Tt wss you who scduced .Too from the leadership of the flrst Labor Parly formed in the Parliament of Now Boutb Wales, and made him Postmas ter-General in your first Cabinet. Cook, who hud never been true to anything In his political life before, was true to you th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

lis THE !s\V\rE OP THE VERY LATEST} . TALKING MACHnTC. nro for tjre on every male* of disc, I Jc-ciit records, nnj are far superior to J 5 ft«y other nw.Uf, for «:nch one will | FLAY 10 Hr.OTlDS; , [ 1 r.Tii3* UktT arc sunr\n?mi not to Injure re- j ' cords. hut lo improve tone, reduco scratch. f i Sr.?. and cenrrtilly improve and prc30rrc | | record. I j PRTCR, la. PKU PACKET. j TRY A r\r KTT OF VF.TiCKCKY NEEDLES NOW. jm£44>%4>€0 ; '..r^JTOCTanCTSSSC^ THE CUNTREWAY, Z59 Collins Street, Melbourne. Etasti j a Stockings, V For VARICOSE VEINS KNEECAP & ANEW 'Pbonf 4650. T. ROPER, 2G4 SWANSTON ST. (Four Doers from Hospital). Saved! 20*. to the good—'without doing any* tiling «xtra for it—without incurring any obligation in the procen. That'* just what our offer of "A 70s. Suit for 50s." rneani to you. For your "50s." In* vestment you pet a **703." return representing on actual SAVING of 20s.—a real GAIN of 20*.—an AJ> . DITION OF 20?. to your spending or banking allowan...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE CRITIC [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

jn<lc.un:ir'l l>n?»> Ui? Cri;io\-» rt^e' l.ii cu<.'n*i->.T tnlhe'CnU,*'<'}iAjc-. vrito.c error, .n Ihr pubii.- ryo. Ami i!oLhef OruuUy'a rajeM-.-r/*' Some reins ore Tsri'cosy. * # # Half of greatness is grit. Sharp practice—Vaccination. llice are tilled a' plrr-puss. Burglars about, enter-prizing. Tootcr one—The motor-keer3. Marriage is mostly a mirage. # # * The rede of all cril—Swear 'words. Too bootmaker is the mun who lasts. An offal sight—Some of the city's lanes * * * Tanglejooce gi$e» ono the tie-foot ferer. The dudler is the proper sword o* man. No nooze is good news—to the condemned ' * # * F.tilure isn't a disease of locality—it'® a habit. ! -ftor all, failing eyesight The way of the transgressor is hard—on the family. The naught'y girl :s one who doesn't marry money. Clement is returning to lecture. llore : Wru^ga-time. j A grass widow usually mates hay while > the sun shines. ! •* * • tore's old sweet song is, after all, so ; ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WILL THE BIRD-CATCHER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

Willie Watt: The haysned birds are a bit shy just now ; but T'l] snare'em . all right before the General Election. .

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE GHOST IN THE PUB. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

THK CllUST IN THK ITU, 'lho Sumliiv tr.uliji" jv.iUirun And lii" 'lior:Zv;ri li- v. ill hc.iii lit v.-;LT'i) tjl(. ]|jn.spi*rjir»».

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AT THE STADIUM. RECORDS OF THE RING. AUSTRALIA V. FRANCE. Dave Smith Defeats Jules Dubourg. FRENCHMAN AWKWARD HANDFUL. Dead Game, Granite-Headed and Difficult to Hit. SMITH FOUGHT WILDLY BUT STAYED WELL. Big Crowd Worked Up to Seething Excitement. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

RECORDS OF THE RING. (By "BOXER MAJOR.") AUSTRALIA V, FRANCE. Dave Smith Defeats Jules Dubourg. ! FRENCHMAN AWKWARD HANDFUL. Head Game, Granite-Headed and Difficult to Hit. I SMITH FOUGHT WILDLY BUT STAYED WELL. i . I Big Growd Worked Up to Seething Excitement, There was a roar of chcering, a hearty welcome, rnc^/jt to reassure chsunplon Dave Smith of lil« townsmen's continued regard In spite of untoward happening, as that' good citizen and great boxer | emerged from under the western tarroces on Saturday ni^ht to facc a crowd of from eight to ten thousand people, who had just settled back after having their blood stlrrod by a very fine preliminary battle, at Baker's Stadium, .Rushcutter ®a5*' was a heartening sound, and so Smith evidently felt it; for his usually paJe face glowed with pleasure and gra titude as he looked around from the ring and bowed and wavod bin acknowledg ment#. -v .» - Another hearty burst of cheering greeted the appearance, a few moments after, of the tall yo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHARLIE CLOUTED. CLEAN KNOCKED OUT BY A CELESTIAL. AH GUM CHARGED WITH ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

CHARLIE SiiUTED, CLEAN KNOCKED OUT BY A CELESTIAL. AH GUM CHARGED WITH ASSAULT., (From- '"Troth*" Sy(Ui«:y Correspondent.) All Cum, ;t wiry little Celestial chair. «mt dejoctfdly in the dock at the L>ar llnghurst Scsalona on I'Yiday laist, where | ho wan lined up before Jud«o Murray and a Jury to anawcr a ctuLr^e of having maliciously woiuuJt.il Alfn-d Charles Ab bott, at Sydney, cm tiio 3rd January of this year. i!r. II. Harris conducted the case for the Crown, and Mr. \V. Daley appeared for Gum, who p.c.ided not guilty. Alfred Abbott, dcst;ribin;j himself as a drover, said that at about S.30 a.m. on Saturday, January Urd, he wm standing outside the Crou^kcys Hotel, when be saw Am Gum OU.VSr.NG A WHITfc WOMAN alom; Campboll-stp.-Lt. The wo/nan manay-'d to K"t inside a house and alain the door. Ah Guru then returned to where Abbott wa;- standing, and the lat ter said to him. "Don't hit a woman. If you want to flght hit a man! Ah (jum, who wa« very excited. struck him on the templ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POLICE VERSUS PEOPLE. Black for Brown the Boy in Blue. BRUTALITY OF A BUMPTIOUS BOBBY. Bluebottledom and Woolloomooloodlumania. HAPPENINGS AT THE CATHEDRAL-STREET POLICE STATION. PLAINLY PERJURY SOMEWHERE. SWEARING THE LEG OFF THE PROVERBIAL KITCHEN UTENSIL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

POLICE VERSUS PEOPLE. Black for Brown the Boy in Blue. BRUTALITY OF A BUMPTIOUS BOBBY, Bluebottledom and Woolloomooloodlumania. HAPPENINGS AT THE CATHEDRAL-STREET POLICE STATION. PLAINLY PERJURY SOMEWHERE. SWEARING THE LEG OFF THE PROVERBIAL KITCHEN UTENSIL. (FROM "TRUTH'S!** SYDNET CORRESPONDENT.) I If you want to know the time— I amIc a Policeman! ! Thr. r«:*l and proper Urn— I j A.«k u Policeman! [ flut you will not *Iiik hia praUes ■\Vh»n u blooming row ho raises, And he stouMhfv) you like (ah«m!> I Docs a Policeman! | Th« !i.isj.ultiny of unofTcndliiu' (iLizuir. 1 ] by bobble;: Is, fortnnat*»ly, a prartlc* more ; honorM In the br^.n-h than the ubserv- ] • arim. u* fnr as the mcraberd of the New , I South Waltff Policy Survio; are concerned, I I CONST AJBLK INGRAM. CONSTABLE BP.OWN'. and when it became known that on Tues- ' day last Constable Hrown, attached to the ! Woolloomooloo station, was tu "face the music" before Magistrate Love, no little curiosity was evinced by the ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"A TRUE=BORN ENGLISHMAN"! His "True=Born" Truckling Truculence. A PINCHBECK PATRIOT TILTS AT "TRUTH." Englishman Daniel Defoe on His Fellow-Countrymen. "THAT VAIN, ILL-NATURED THING, AN ENGLISHMAN." The Impudence of Ignorance; and Insolence of Insularity. WOULD IT HURT AUSTRALIA TO "MONGRELISE" IT?—DESCENDANTS OF THE "MOST SCOUNDREL RACE THAT EVER LIVED" RAIL AT AUSTRALIANS — BRITONS WHO "YOKED THEIR HEIFERS TO THE ROMAN PLOUGH"—SOME STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT BLATANT, BAWLING, BOASTFUL, BRITISH BOUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

"A TRUE-BORN .ENGLISHMAN"! His "True=Born" Truckling Truculence. A PINCHBECK PATRIOT TILTS AT "TRUTH." Englishman Daniel Defoe on His Fellow-Countrymen. "THAT VAIN, ILL-NATURED THING, AN ENGLISHMAN." The Impudence of Ignorance; and Insolence of Insularity. J8V0ULD IT HURT AUSTRALIA TO "MONGRELISE" IT'?—DE SCENDANTS OF THE "MOST SCOUNDREL RACE THAT EVER LIVED" RAIL AT AUSTRALIANS — BRITONS WHO "YOKED THEIR HEIFERS TO THE ROMAN PLOUGH"—SOME STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT BLATANT, BAWLING, BOASTFUL, BRI TISH BOUNDERS. (Prom Sydney "Truth," Fnt>ricu-y 22, 391-1). i la a r&ifint isxae, w«s replied to the request of an Kucliuli reader of "Truth" as to thu amount of weight that otir^ht to l>': attached to a big odveriisemc-nt publish**] iji t)jc? London "Evening Kxpreas" from the &uperin t«adent of Immigration for New Soutii Wtdrs find Victoria. We inquired of the local! Immigration ollicials. and stated tho result our inquiries. We al:;o expressed our, ©^•n opinion upon Uu- con...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

vbo In belnE pnnhed down In [*i world beraur.p hf bn.n l"Ml the v"aM, power wblrh Nulure nav* him, J*, in »' a sonne, o DEAD MAN*, lie Is rnewly ! n T»ur1estju« upon rtroni;. robust, and virile manhood, UTo Ima lo:?t lis ^ cesU the sold or cnjoycncal success In lire is absent, and carb day is simply dras?;»"<l oat. Dr. Cooper knows how the *«ak and diseased 31AN can be made strops aod i:*3Utir. _ L>KU!LtTr ;5 a coaSiitea tWA fcy ' ofeclal and lon£ oxpurJcace* I am wvN QoiliCfd *o st?r**=N>f*.Uy nrwL. fcaov Just fcotr to restore tho system whi.'h HAS LCJiTT Sts VS:xtt"y t<> i'I* 1 vatur;*! and xfctAWcs state, ilr trv.itnwnt operates ex llsw iccrroxi #-y*?*an.. ttua wber' t!QjiAr*.:iat fuo<?tlcRs *bk*h arv iajpaiwl. thorn paw«-^ | C.syi £oa«rai I am u sp'/dallst <*t nr.icy yrar:/' stazxi'i*?^ ?x*l £1 fraj | har» t^tv. d^^'^rage^I by otb«r rtvutmvnts^ call htccu <»r Trtfci ta 8t£- I II-T BXOOD AKD SKIN Br.vETASxI3\, | j a^...

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