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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

DON'T DRUG iFOR HEADACHE. A Dangerous Practice that has Bad Results. • ' Sufierers should endeavor to re move the Cause of the Headache as this Geelong Woman did—Her tribute to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills The taking of drugs for headaches undermines the health of scores of women and not a few men. Tbe prac tice is condemned by all medical men. The drugs usually offered do not cure headache—thoy merely deaden tbe pain. In a abort time the parient finds it necessary to take a larger dose to get tbe same result, and so the harm ipcrease3. • Headaches are really a symptom of Home other trouble, and the aim should be to remedy the cause; the cause re moved, the headache will go of it? owe account. Perfectly well people never have headaches. They are common nymptorns ot people who are An:ie;nir. Sometimes they ure a feature of stom ach trouble, or when the nerves become run down. "When these are the cause?, the head aches usually disappear when tbe sys tem is toned and built up bv a course o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ASTOUNDING ALLEGATIONS. MRS. TITE'S REVOLTING STORY ELECTROPLATER HUSBAND ACCUSED OF SHOCKING OFFENCE. An Innocent Wife's Literature—"Advice to the Newly Married." Rows Over Religion—A Second Marriage. Case Adjourned for Medical Evidence. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

ASTOUNDING ALLEGATIONS. MRS. TITE'S REVOLTING STORY ELECTROPLATER HUSBAND ACCUSED OF SHOCKING OFFENCE. An Innocent Wife's Literature—"Advice to the Newly Married." Rows Over Religion—A Second Marriage. Case Adjourned for Medical Evidence. It ifl doubtful if a case has ever come before a Victorian Court in which tbe ovidcnco waa more revolting or degrad ing thnn in ft claim for maintenance by Cathcrino Cecilia Tito, heard in the Brunswick Court last week, before Messrs. Lord, Dottoc.i, and Fleming, Js.P. The husband of complainrmt was Gordon Tito, an eleetroplator. Com plainant, a comely, well-built young ' i woman, obviously felt her position | throughout the proceeding, and at titne.s was on the point of breaking down. tfhn wan represented by Mr. ! j rank Brennan, and the defendant, a I Uurk-complcxioned vouug rnr.il, who dis» • played considerable agitation as his ' UIl*olded her dreadfu.V story, bv , I ^fr. D. 0. Levy. / J' ' ■ ■ j Mr. Brennau askeu that /he court he I rleared, b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

WHOLESALE— Price, Griffiths & Co. 5X6 Little Collina-atreet. FIRST SHOW, SECOND SHOW, 9-11. 7 9' . Fuller-Brennan Vaudeville Circuit of Australia and New Zealand. GOVERNING DIRECTOR" BEN General Manager lor Victoria John Sl'-clenli:n: . Besidont Manager w- Watt3, VAUDEVILLE i£ TWICE NIGHTLY. 7 "• 0 11. , „ . Of conrre, yon have heard tho Glad News that Melbourne's Prettiest ana Most Up-to-Dat® Vuudevlllt Honse, THE BIJOU, is now the houso of clean Vnudoville. Next Matinee, Saturday, Presenting to Local Audiences tho Famous ruller-Brcnnan £1000 ALL STAR IMPORTED PROGRAMME. HENRI KU3EUCK, Tho _ Famous Hungarian Eccentric Violin Arirtuoao, introducing bis wonderful ' * Kublophone,'' or • "wireless inatrumentalisra. THE AERIAL BARTLETTS, America's Finest Aerial Act, featuring Mips Bartlett, the Aerial Beauty. BARE—N ORWO OD, The Animated Grecian Statues, in an Exhibition of Plastic Perfec tion, unrivalled in artistic beauty, in physical perfection. — Direct from the Orpheum Circ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CINGALESE CHARLATAN. TELLS POLICEMAN'S FORTUNE. Law Hits Him Hard. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

CINGALESE CHARLATAN. TELLS POLICEMAN'S FORTUNE. Law Hits Him Hud. Black brother Pedro Don Hendrick, who has for years past been rooking otifiding stupids of their hard-earned cash by pro fossin# to tell their fortune*, dropped in for tho second lime on Tuesday, nt the St. Hilda Court, and dropped in badly. Hen drick, a dark-brown, greasy-looking Cin galee, with a high collar and bugh cuffs that badly nocd laundrying, farod a bench of honorary magistrate®, charged with, that on February 28 he professed to tell for tunes by palmistry, and imposed upon one Donald Gillies, obtaining thereby tho sum of 5s. As it proved the fivo bob woe dearly earned, for it cost tho Don £25, not to mention costs. Donald Gillies is a pommy policeman, a braw Hielan' laddie with a very thick ut terance, redundant, of his native heath. He told the court how on the date question be proceeded to the shop of Don Pedro Hendrick, lf> High-street, St. Kilda, ia company with ('onstn.blo Kouliros. HK ASKED TIL J"...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE SCIENCE OF MAN-BREEDING. HOW TO IMPROVE THE HUMAN RACE. Alcoholic Parents and their Children. THE INFLUENCE OF HEREDITY. Lecture by the Inspector-General of Insane. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

THE SCIENCE OF MAN-BREEDING. HOW TO IMPROVE THE HUMAN RACE. Alcoholic Parents and their Children. THE INFLUENCE OF HEREDITV. Lecture by the Inspector-General of Insane. Tho Jccluro hall at tie Australian Church was crowded on Thursday uit,'U last «A. when Dr. Jones, tho liispeetor-llo.ne.tal of the Innane, delivered a Ic-clurc on eugenic#. The Rer. Pr. Strong presided. The lecturer, -who m3 well received, sahl that he had selected eugcnics as the subject ot his lecture. As the' question of heredity a* against environment tuust necessarily be of interest to the criminologist. Dr. Harrj Campbell, a v»*U-known physician su ^ eug^nUt in London, defines object «t I eugenic* as lo promote the welfare oC t e hninan rw» by encouraging biologically s,u^' abl" and diMoura^ing biologically unsuitable matin®** it i*. m short, thf srienc* of until* breeding It « obvious, therefore, U«* verv many important issues come und-i the • . it. \ ;> ii ea*:«r to hf-diiij: ot •l»u co.er «hat ale the age...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BLACKMAILED FOR TWO HUNDRED. "Cabbie Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

BLACKMAILED FOR TWO HUNDRED. "Cabbie Jim" in London. We bate read de-ar Mister Norton Of deeds donu iu ancient Rome; But I don't think aa you neodent For their equal, go from home. And if it do coins to that Sir, We can give them all ft lead For straight out cold reekiug badiwM - That we can, ifo can indeed. 1 Gaud knows it ain't much to boast on, (And don't think I'm built that w*y) For I merely am remarking, And it's true what I do *ay. Hero we have, no -end of horrors Cropping up from time to time; Them's found out. But how concerning Of the undiscovered crime P ! It would be a bag of badness, Hideous for to contemplate; j Which I don't think as we need Sir ! Take the trouble to debate. j Man? art* the strange romances | Which do happen fiery day; , And the latest I have dropped an Do appear gut Ealing waj. Haling are a western suburb, Famous Sir for nothing much; (Not- unless you («mc to reckon Crooked houses. Sir, and such.) I That is where thein s«t-ll coves* ciiners j Do b» k...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RIFT IN LOVE'S LUTE. LOVER CHARGED WITH SAVAGE ASSAULT Widow's Startling Allegation against Carlton Chemist. HE DENIES THE ACCUSATION AND IMPUGNS HER CHASTITY. Verdict of Not Guilty of the More Serious Charge. Jury Unable to Agree as to Common Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

LOVER CHARGED WITH SAVAQE ASSAULT! Widow's Startling Allegation against Carlton Chemist. HE DENIES THE ACCUSATION AND IMPUGNS HER CHASTITY. Vcrdict of Not Guilty of the More Serious Charge. Jury Unable to Agree as to Common Assault The caso of Walter Fowell, charged ' "witU assault occasioning actual bodily harm to Sarah Adelino Holomon, the hearing of which was commenced on Fridnv, which day's proceedings were reported in last week's city edition of '•Truth." was continued and concluded in the Court of General Sessions, bo- • fore dudge Johnston, on Monday. | Mr. 0. J. Z. Woinarski, K.C., proso- | eutod for th»; Crown, and Mr. G. A. ; Maxwell, instructed bv Mr. K. H. Son-* <:rtber<r, appeared for the defence. j Powell is u mau of middle ago, and j curries on business as u. chemist. in Nich- I olson-street, North Carlton, while Sarah Adeline Solomon is a widow, and resides at "Er'-ildoune/' Wcston-stroot, East Brunswick. Ti<o Crown case, which ww con...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WOWSERISM AT WONTHAGGI. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

WOWSEBISM AT WONTHAOQI. For BOizzc tjimi past th.- dreary wowwr lia.H worried Wonth Ho ha.:; anked fui tbe suppression oi Sunday picture shows, and ho baa aooceedcd, fur the local council ha< decided to cJose public hulls and other plows of amusement from Saturday night till Mow", doy morning. This meaiia thot hundreds ol hard-working miners, carton, and driver*, *tc., to whom Sunday night affords the only opportunity of seein? a picture show, will hare to forego thia form of hannle^ re creation altogether, thanks to the snuffling, snivelling, wowwjrintic sp:rit, wlrch sees Rin in everything extH'pt in itr own bawling, braying, IJ.hle-Langlng bathce. •'Truth" H glnd to notice that \Vontha»gi 13 not going to sit. down quietly under this latest in° stanco of pictisticaj tyranny, for tho rate payers aro to be consulUd by referendum aa to whether they or the wowsers arc to ml* the community.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A WEARY TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

A WEARY TALE. A large proportion cf people arc wrongly cast lor their parts on this world's stage. They would have made a giemer success in oUiur lines. Take, tor tiiiutuce, Axurray of the yawn. John dill uses the everlastmg im pression that all thingj arc infernal nuis uaces, and that nothing is worth while (jccpt amsiing and yawning. To those acquainted with the personal.tj of this re markably tired person, it has always been a puzzie as to how he commands the energy 10 even strike a match, while every eflo.t except that of reMlinj,' his 'gun" must tc Herculean. In b>a department of Chi?t' .Secretary there is, as is notorious, an ui uiojphere of snore, modified by yawn, and generally there is every chance that if it were not for t-he rude awakeuiug boots of the electors John would fall into a tranquil snoore that might last for ever. Still, uud for all that, notwithstanding bis propensity to dream the happy hours awuy—between smokes—yawnful Murray becomes as alert a* a love-smi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SUFFERED CRUELLY FROM DISEASED KIDNEYS. "The Pain Would Come Just Like a Most Awful Dig from a Steel." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

SUFFERED CRUELLY FROM DISEASED KIDNEYS. "Tlie Pain Would Oome Just Like a ' Most Awful Dig from a Steel." 1 • I suffered mo?.t cruelly from .listed kid neys't'or two y..-*rs," wnUs Mm Elbe] Ko 1 boits. IV>wen-str(M'i, \Yarrugul, Victoria. "I was b© weak that I could not go U> mv I busmen, the pain would come ju«,t like a nio^t awful dig iinm si stool. 1 couldn't orcn step up the road I felt kj wc-ui; and trail. J could not eat, 1 wem o>an off tny food. Duntnr tbe Ion;.; time I bad, iny kidneys were iu a dreadful state, tbe rloud t-d tvlor of U\© urine wa& awtul/ I rouldn't work or hold my back up straight. 1 al*o suf. 1 with my heart, in fact i thought ] , wuuld have developed Bright'* Dis. aw . 1 tried all sort* of pills and other c*;in's, and riot or.*, too, but they all failed to euro xm*. ! One day 1 heard of new pills railed Dr. .*?hf-ldon'i Gin Pills wliich w«r»» working won 1 dors in our district, so 1 thought I would tr-t u bottle to try. and 1 find they are...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
O'GRADY WINS FROM AN IMPROVED NEWHOUSE. Skill v. Strength. Manager-Referee Marre's Debut. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

O'GRADY WINS FROM AN IMPROVED NEWHOUSE. 1 Skill r. Strength. I Managor-Beferee Manx's Debut. | Though Kd&i© Newhouse hud had much greatness thrust upon him as th* result of receiving a decision over the redoubtable Milburn Baylor on a foul, only about a thousand turned up at the* Dudley-street Stadium on Saturday night to see him try conclusions with Frank O'Grady. The latter had kept lit after his recent Sydney engagements, and was, therefore, quite ready to 1111 tho vacancy caused by tho retirement of Frank Carroll owing to an accident during training. The physical contrast between the two lads was very marked, Newhouse's stocky build giving him the appearance of being much more ' tbnn four pounds heavier than O 'Gradv, the -weights announced being, respec tively, O.S aud 9.1. A "feature of tho evening was the | appearance of tho new Stadium man ager. Mr. Angelo Marre, as referee. At tired in ordinary street clothes, he trie«, an far as possible to separate the men by oral...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

We Want You to Test iDBXiO (( The Crept PAW KILLER AT OUR EXPENSE (coupon) ONCE you have used Dr. Stohr's Kephaldoi to relieve and cure the torturing pains of Neuralgia, Headaches, Rheu Sciatica, Lumbago, Neuritis or other Nerve Pains, you will keep it by you always, for you will realize that you had never before come across a remedy which is such a quick, sure, and pleasant-to-take pain-killer. We are so confident that Kephaldoi supplies just the remedy you have been looking for that we make you an offer (sec coupon below) whereby you can test Kephaldoi entirely- free of charge. There are no strings or con* ditiona to this offer. It is simply a matter of business policy. We realise that by making it possible for you to testKephaldol free of charge, you -vail be pleased with the result and recom mend the remedy to your friends. Of course we could not afford to make thia offer unless Kephaldoi did every thing that we claimed for it. Remem ber you will not be making experi ments by tr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MOTHERS PITIABLE PLIGHT. ABANDONS HER BABY. Ellen Egan Committed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

MOTHERS PITIABLE PLIGHT. ABANDONS HEE BABY. Ellen Egan Committed. An unmarried woman of 30, named Ellen Ejran, was charged at th* riallarat- City Court on Frida>. before Mr. r\ J. tiold ■?mitb, P.M., with bav.ji^ unlawfully aban doijrd her infant, .loscyb fc/^an. uho under the u»<e ot' t wo year?. The prosecution was conductM by Insp«-c tor Martin. The accused w;u» undefended. The for the nrosecution was that firly in January last,-tbp'arciwod made arrangements with a nurse at Ball&r&t East to enter the latter *b nlare TO BE OONF1NKD. On January 24,. the child was hvn. Four teen day* after her confinement. aoeuac-d l«»ft the nurse's house, and took np her res'u i den«.*«» with a Mrs. Jenson. On tb».» after noon of February 25, Jain** Law. a con tractor. living in Drummond'Streft, heard the found of whimpering. Ho came to the '•'jiicluson that the sound procc'-ded from a child, and. going into hi* fernery, ho saw u parcel in th* wood shed <>...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST Second Series: NO. X. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

CHRIST Second Series: INO. X. The task of revealing the Real Jesus to the world has been a perilous, painful, and prolonged one, extending through centuries of religious persecution, civil pro secution, and social ostracism. It has been a duty that has demand ed its confessors and martyrs: they have responded to the call of conscience with the courage of me'diaeval crusaders and the devotion of Marian martyrs. They now have their reward in seeing the real Jesus, as they have re vealed Him to men, revered for what He was and for what He is, and must remain for all time— the true Prophet and Founder of a new heaven here upon earth among men-r-the real Spiritual and Social Saviour of the World. This revealed Jesus we owe not to parson or priest, to pope or prelate, but to the conscientious skeptic and the reverent rationalist. These, while not scorning the religious beliefs o£ sincere Pagans or Christians, or sneering at the futile fanati cism of superstitious sectaries, have not feare...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (IN ADVANCE ONLY): PER ANNUM, 12s.; HALF-YEARLY, 6s.; QUARTERLY, 3s. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (l.v Adtancr Oni.t): PER ANNUM, 12s.; HALF-YEARLY, 6a.; QUARTERLY, 3s.. Hrre shall thr Pres.' the Pecmlfp riirht milnuia, l.*nanr«i l>r influrnrr ftntlumribeii br pain. Jl«r* Patriot Tnmi hercJorioua prtcepw draw, Pltdfftri to Fraternity, Libert? *nd Law. SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1914.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

ift 1/ <i > I £l m 11 ti 9^.vV- ^-' THIS NEAT VILLA, Built br us with UlLLEU'S rATHNT'WEATHERED IP.ON, < • N L Y C5<>\ We al>D I}ui!<"i to vour Order COTTAGES, VILLAS, Acy Size or P":-i;:tj, ''ri^k or Wood, From £?.$ Depo?ii. NICOL, /VllLLlfR & Co. 125 SWANSTON ST. WMr, :^rjr>u fe#l®fe?dSa TstP'fel i7?i ft k* V%»*«. ^ r» V^i o£3 u ftVA s n Built to Beat tiie Band. Made in Six SSyies. Profeij-csal 5/- Double 1/ Senior 2- Dots I/ Junic: 1/6 G»ael 6tL Sold Everywhere. Ulf. LEucfi Eli'SOfi Speciality: a: 123 COLLINS ST. 7 to 8 p.m. oi, St. Kilda. u, aau Anli ONLY DHL iviAN TO PAY.! liar.-* ;ou wu :• :.r i time vc-t? -Don't vcu ::i:-i :.L.;: i.oty everyone is had: at w.-.r';. yuu niii havt» a few debts nc::y.:;_* v.i;- Would it net debts, sn l^ h.iy m;? tuarj'to pay MY ASSISTANCE WILL HELP! vol; Laciit-s , ^nd a friend GUARANTY; Or PRIVACY.! Thi* is v.',:.; ,i -i:-: U j, th-; .iii-inspor'.:.:;: tiu:^! W.:i, this is . vvhat i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MIDGET MALONEY. MELBOURNE'S MISSING MEMBER Eight-Hours Processions on the Brain [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

MIDGET MALONEY. MELBOURNE'S MISSING MEMBEH Elglit-Houxs ProcoESlona on tlio Briia With bia affccted Uohcmiau beard, tierccijr upturiu-d mom.ucli m. paw lit* » pca-hcii in coiivuIsioi.h, oyibiows lliat brifiLli; luc a torn-cat's cars '» w/wtnl oombiu—with these curious facial liv nys and sundry othci sartorial ]>■ culiurUie.s William Muloiuyi M.i\, looks like ft great "Jan. The member for Melbourne may be a in dg«*t m p;opor« tions, but upon the other band where 11 there a greater doer of doughty r3 Go where you will, from LuuncL-sioii to i. tiurlcrs . Towers, aud from JJrisbane t<> Kaigonrlio and back aga<n to liroken xliil; whoretor Ihero w a" Eight-Hours pro^hcton to vni» in, or anniversary plaiioMii to spout upon, {.hero you will find th« preat Mnlonoy re minding the universe Lhat ho i* st.ll alivo, and prepared to shed h.;» oratory in hi# country's cause at the flighust p.ovocation. True, midget Maloney never does anything j great iu the Hous". 3I...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A ROOKS' RENDEZVOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

A ROOKS' RENDEZVOUS. The public ha3 been treated to a lot of { U3tly newspaper gufl lately about tbo mar- • rdlous work Police Commissioner Sainsbury , and bis myrmidons arc effecting .iu cleansing . the c.ty oi the human rats, bloousuckorf*. and j unclean animals that for years have made haunts of tbc main itrccU. Judging by the ! exultant whoop of the tuorniug priss pen* ; norths, it would be thought that the boss ' pol.coman bad done something clever, in stead of simply carrying out. a plaiu duty ; that his pr^aecessor bad clearly neglected. No oco want* to detract from the lustre won ! by Sainaburr through doing his duty, only K>mo people very pertinently want to know why the cleaning prcce» i? allowed to stop at the beart of the city. What's wrong with carrying it out systematically, and throwing u net ov*r snm« of the notorionsly red-hot thiof and bMJoyor rtndozvoux of the city's outskirts-' .Judgng bv ltd pre*nt d.sreput able notoriety, * proiitable ctart wuld In4 made in ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HIGH LIFE LOAFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

HIGH LIFE LOAFERS. It is no wonder Uio wurrukin man bai got the bit in hia teeth in the revolt against cia^s r.ubjoction when we sco tho criminal wastes of money by Um idle rich, of whom the Bassicty loatera or Toorakia and the Mock arc typical example*. Even hire mi Melbourne, where tho boodlenfled section is less in contrast to poverty than it is of cour&e, say, in the West tid of London, the way the "bong ton#"—toff« by reasou of thedr accidental cash, inherited or cotn inaJideered—do Jt up ou "fashionable" n.gbts at shiktr.rv c-ty restaurant^ is an eye opener to those unfamiliar to the ways of th« ^iite-worsbippcr*. if a man had hi# tongue hanginc out m ihe streets for a Lite cr a >up, them is probably not half a dozen of these bugs or their fizz and cigarette con suiziin? women who would pa** him a traj bit. But they'd »pour guineas worth of wine down their own and their friends' gulleta in one sitting anil call it "Life." This writer the other day saw the Klip for a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE DAY-LIES SNORE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

THE DAY-LIES SNORE. ] A woman Lao oaused tho life of her bus band lo bo saved by declaring that sho aoard his voico calling to her atid directing her to tho spot wher© ho wo« "tnlombed" through tho caring in of a portion of tho mine io which ho was working. The re» curcrs had struggled for a week to reaouo him, and had abandoned their effort* when what tho man's wife told them as to what she had heard induced Lhem to resume, and they found the man whero hie wife *.aad {hat Bhc had hoard tho cries coming from. Ho is now recovering. Although this story tomes from America—where many incrcthblc stories coiao from—it ha* been cabled to us; 'and i« evidently regarded as quit/? authentic. Tho dnvle pipers call it a "remarkable dream," but thorn is nothing about a dream h) fhc l>ody of th« cablegram. JIow lo tho dayiie* know that tho woman did not hoar her huabaad'R voico, although,, it not heard by anybody »hwi? Therk arc mmy things mysterious in connection with the phenomena of tho hum...

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