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THE GIRL WITH THE GLAD EYE. ACTS AS DECOY DUCK FOR BOLD, BAD BLUDGERS. Myrtle Shadforth's Remarkable Story. TRIO OF TUGS LOOK FOR MUGS NEAR 'THE G.P.O. [?]iren's Seductive Glances Lead to Park Peregrinations—And "Hold Ups" at Revolver Point—A Studley Park Joke that Failed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

THE GIRL WITH THE GLAD EYE. ACTS AS DECOY DUCK FOR BOLD, BAD BLUDGERS. Myrtle Shadforth's Remarkable Story. TRIO OF TUGS LOOK FOR MUGS NEAR 'THE G.P.O. Siren's Seductive Glances Lead to Park Peregrinations—And " Hold Ups " at Revolver Point—A Studley Park Joke that Failed. Tt is generally conceded that one half of :e world knows not- how the other halt* t .e.«, and it is the greatest certainty CTer . ts that no oue in Melbourne know* how any of the fla-hly dressed w-callod men -:.e out an exUti'nr'\ Do/.oik upon do/.eua to br sA-n at any hour of th.> day or i. jht. lounirin^ about principal tboumjjb • -.res. Apparently aiml-^lv. but rw with a w inning' i\\r halt'-r.pon on th» chance of spot. •'.ig ' a tun?." -Many of tbc<* parasites se.~m • » have s.<>!il tli-ir souls to the j;yJ of hor>«> « :nn;: who lirnps tl.«m n:.-~s:oUal favors but i ort» b!an!:s, while h jjroat number ar^ no t :;n«j more or less than bounding blud£ers v.lio clothe themselves i...

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

cfcaudjLeA HanK? ifptu pnuL tfff- J CjfVbdje/ a$o{/U/T ? ! It is about time the Searchlight was • lurned on tbe .Sewing Machine Busi I nesa. I thank "Truth's" readers for ! the hundreds of congratulations I have i received for placing a high.-grade .ma chine on tbe market at such a low figure. And now-for one month only I will Bell £14 DROP-HEAD MACHINES For £6 15s. £12 MACHINES For £4 15s. £10 10s. MACHINES For £3 17s. 6d. £8 HAND MACHINES For £3 15s. £6 10s. HAND MACHINES _ For £2 17s. 6d. Needles for every make of sewing machine, Cd. dozen. Oil, largest bottle, ! 3d.; Belts, Cd.; Bobbins, Id. each. I And 1 will givo £1,000 to ihb chari* ! lies of Australia if any sewing'machine sold in Australia costs more to produco than th© Veritas. Write or Call. Terms arranged. MALONEY, 21 Centrcway Arcade, off Collins,street. 2S2 CfoapeUBtieet, opposite Big store. * Prahran. 2S Arcade, Adelaide,* off. Bosdla-itrett

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY MELBOURNE. SPORT IN THE FIRST SIXTIES. Flemington Racecourse—An English Sportsman's Opinion and Description—The First Melbourne Cup —Ushered in With An Accident—Archer's Win—Ettie Be Mestre—A Doyen of the Turf—"Bell's Life" in 1861—A Murder at Kirk's Bazaar. 232. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

EARLY MELBOURNE. SPORT IN THE FIRST SIXTIES. Flemington Racecourse—-An English * Sportsman's Opinion and Descrip tion—The First Melbourne Cup —'Ushered in With An Acci dent—Archer's Win—Ettie Be Mestre—A Doyen of the Turf—••Bell's Life" in •1861—A Murder at • - Kirk's Bazaar. (Bj "Old Chum.") 232. . (AD Eights Reserved.) While on the' subject of Fleminfton. we might as well finUh our chapter on the turf in the sixties. 1 may mention here that this series of Eorty Melbourne commenced with the advent of John Pascoe Fawkner, in 1835, and wiil end with his death in 1669. Mr. Thomas Havdon, a well known Knz lish sporting znau, arrived in Melbourne in 1870. and gave ua a volume ot "Keimnisceu ces.|* published iu Londou in. 1893. In open, ing'lns second cliapter bo admits that Kl'iu ington racecourse i» without doubt t>n»« of the-show plac««,of Melbourne. and iu*ti,y bo. "Not that its burroundin^s are picturesque, or the drive to it attractive—it has absolute, ly no natural beauties—but...

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

NOW READY. THE S'AFRICAN STRIKE A PAMPHLET OF PAMPHLETS. AN OPEN LETTER TO ; . JOHN NORTON / ■■ ^ _ BY A BACK-VELDT BOER, Caustic Criticism and Crushing Condemnation of Anglo-Australian Boer-Baiters, both in Africa and in: Australia. v v ; :l v Indictment of Laborists and Liberals Alike. Should be read by everybody who can read and mark and learn. " a ^ Price 3d. Price 3d. —To be had in Pamphlet Form, of all ""' ' Booksellers and News Agents. _ DON'T MISS IT! - Order parly ! Order

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A BALLAD OF NINETY, A.D. "WHEN THE EMPIRE'S THE PLAYTHING OF CRIPPLES." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

A BALLAD OF NINETY, A.D. " WHEN THE EMPIRE'S THE PLAYTHING OF CRIPPLES." Antistius Asiatleu.s Pretext of the coast at IJprenlcla, on the Red Sea, under Domltian, drew up a tariff about yO A.D. Upon all Imported mummies he Impos ed a tax of one drachma, 4 obo'.a pur head.*—G. Maspero, "New Light .on An* i cient Egypt." In SO A.D., Antistius, lie Soared the Fats by that sea christened Red—'twas as warm as tarnation— » When he said: "I propo.se to lay taxes on tho^e Who bring 'stiffs' In old eloVs—I will smite them with stiff legislation! For this freignt that is dend. .say un»? drachma pur head"— His stenographer said: ••That will certainly tickle their tummies: Shall 1 add four obols for the good of their .souls, for this traffic* that rolls seems congested with torpsf-s and mummies?" Antlstlus, quoth he: "Yea. I agree—that's a suitable fee." eo such cargoes soon dwindled to z«ro: Quoth the Prefect: "Watch Fat—see !j|m Jump on his Hat!— From th* Emperor-flat In old P.ome we shall cer...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE KIDNEYS THAT COME OUT HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

THE KIDNEYS THAT< COME OUT HERE. Cabled that the sheep's kidneys shipped 'rom Sydney by the s.s. Paparoa arrived n London In bad condition.—News Item. Dh. the kidneys that go "on the Ice" On arrivul mayn't be very prime, f they're just a bit ofT, well, they von't suit a toff. Who wants his "prilled devil" to time, f they seem a bit soft, well they're pent uo aloft To the two pair baclc lodger, tint's clear, 3ut it seems, after all. 'tis a matter quit© small To the kidneys they send us out here. There'3 the pale ennuld swell, who has pared It like h—1, And the lady who's been on the b<*at, Phey want "ehariKe." that la clear, co they send 'em out here. And they sutfer from "kidneys" a treat, rhere's the pick Imml-grant, with a wail and a pant. And the bounder tlmtts busted by beer, ust look for example# you'll find some crook samples Of kidneys tfiey «md out-tier®. .

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RECORDS OF THE RING. AT THE SYDNEY STADIUM. McCORMICK V. WELLS. Two Crack English Welters in Elimination Contest for World's Championship. GREAT CROWD AND KEEN INTEREST. Wells Wins Well—Silas Alger Challenges. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

RECORDS OF THE RING. XBy "BOXER MAJOR.")' AT THE SYDNEY STADIUM. MefjQRfillCK V. WELLS. Two Crack English Welters in Elimination Contest for World's Championship. GREAT CROWD AND KEEN INTEREST. Wells Wins Well—Silas Alger Challenges. I — — , That two of the world's best welter- i j weights, both hailing from England, ! • shoulj meet in an Australian ring to j i decide which of them shall fight the 1 ! proved bent man from other parts, in u 1 : sort of final .heat for the Welter Cham pionshJp of the world, say*? volumes for i ] th>* healthy rtate of tiie game in Aus tralia, and Is .a sad commentary oh tho ! existing state of affairs among that class [ ot. .... I BOXERS WIIO AP.E HOME BRED. I The interest in this match had been : • Increased owing to the attftude of Mc Cormick towards Weils when the latter ciuillenged him immediately on hid defeat ' of Summers. and was told practically to ; try his prentice hand. us a lightwelgnt ' only just leaving that class to take lib place amo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POWELL PILLORIED. COWARDLY CHEMIST CONVICTED. Dastardly Defence Disbelieved. HIS CONTEMPTIBLE ATTEMPT TO RUIN A WIDOW'S REPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

j COWARDLY CHEMIST CONVICTED. Dastardly Defence Disbelieved. HIS CONTEMPTIBLE ATTEA1PT TO RUIN A WIDOWS REPUTATION. That feculent fe!Iow, Waller Powell, who | runs a chemist's shop in Nicholson-street, ! North Carlton, i»ot but a small portion of | hid deserts at. tho Criminal Court on Tuos I day, when ho wa* finer! £20, and LoujuI over I in two mire tie* of £50 each to ketjp the I peace, for baring perpetrated a cowardly unci outrageous asMult, on Sarah Eveliue Solomon, a widow, of "Ercildounu," Westou I CIIEMIST POWELL. strict, Kast Brunswick. *l*uis contemptible our ruis5t?fj a daatardly dctYncc, in which he impugned the chastity 01 the widow ar.'l sarugely vilified her physical purity in an. endeavor to escape frum the con^.-qut-nrcs ut his behavior towards her. Mr. Justice Hood, iu imposing punishment, *aid thai tb worst featur" of the whole rase was the iniquitous defence which the prisomr tiri up by attacking the woman's cbaracuir. i "This 1 POLLUTED POWELL had been charged w...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DR. SYME, LADY ORGANIST, & PARSON A Country School for Scandal. Garrulous Gossipers Get Going. TROUBLE IN THE AMEN CORNER Leads to Vestrymen Petitioning Archbishop Clarke for Reverend Rust's Removal MEDICO SYME AND PARSON RUST INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

r DR. SYME, LADY ORGANIST, & PARSON A Country School for Scandal. Garrulous Gossipers Get Going., TROUBLE IN THE AMEN CORNER Leads to Vestrymen Petitioning Archbishop Clarke for Reverend Rust's Removal MEDICO SYME AND PARSON RUST INTERVIEWED. Bnch a pretty spat LilydaJe, so innocent liko io tho way it ucstlci amout; the lull*, LhaC oim would l„. Jed to Lnvli^ve tb» inhabi tants of /such * must hc ylkt. {0 (ho i tdht'e o pimp!", happy pco|iW»t free J from glide or thought of evil. U such the ca Not <>n your lif#*! rea<lfr; not, uu voiir lite! T1i«tc atr enough wagging! toii'juiT. in thi* li111 •• ut]i« luita/. town io I vm-l; tliH reflation* of hM: «(s.. fcvlk with. | in a hundred mi]- neliu^. Soindul has yot tlm v ry ilfviJ hi a .,ri the loose-tongued , wid low«;.njiuded 0f Ltlydah . A eruel story I run* on «W|,( and rverv baud wis ibte wu«i ,j» j.-< tiiey run. Therv j* much whisper. | >fiv* an-l *mai.kii,_r of lip, Wnd uoddin" of [ Ji'...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ADULTEROUS MAFFRA SCHOOL TEACHER. APPEALS AGAINST DIVORCE COURT DECISION. High Court Judgment Unfavorable. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

ADULTEROUS MAFFRA SCHOOLTEACHER. APPEALS AGAINST DIVORCE COURT DECISION. High Conrt Judgmont Unfavorable A decision bj tie Stato Chief Justice in tho Divorce Court on Murcb 10, 1913» was the medium of an application to the Qigt C-ourt, consist ing of the Chinf Justice (Sii Samuel liriflitlw, Mr. Justid Isaacs, and Mr. Justice Duffy, on Monday, and an im portant- rutin? on a question of divorce law hithr.rto undecided in r.iir conns. The suit for 'Hvvrco K:if brought M ThouuiH Henry Ha:!</. ..f Afnel Kstat'v A\et.L-1, gr^ier, .«Kain<t hi, wif.\ Christina Jan'? liuyh-y, on th- -m'uid of her miseou duct with Jiini.-n .MeCormlle, Stat>- Scboo. teaeber, formerly of Av-uel, and lal<»r o: Ma.(Ira, at. diff,'r-nt daw* in 1910, 1911, oik 1912. Tbi! iespoiidcnt. vrit> did not define thf atlit. but III- r,-'T> Sjiotid. III. Mci'onville ■ lid do and dmi-d th.* all-gatiohii hun. Tu- Chi-f Juauc- -ninu-d h deer.-, M.»i. with fAols uguinsl tie r»>-rr*po...

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

" THE GOLDEN ME AX." "The Government hail a policy that stood midway between the rapidly dying conservatism on tho one liand and on the other the wild socialistic ! proposals which the liberal thouslit of the community would always regard as too extravagant to "Do accepted by the people."—Ministerial pronounce • ment.

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

THIS NEAT VILLA, Iluilt br \is Arilb j atiLLKii's patent* weathered IRON, I ONL\ £500. i We also IJuil'i to vour Order COrr.MlKS, VILLAS. I Any Size or Ur.^.-n. Jt.-ici; or Wood, | From £23 Deposit. j NICOL, MILLER & Co. 125 SWANSTON ST. I W%\t| T^i t' S'Tr.1 Kn^'lT ! It/Mfe -i !. Built to Dear {he Band. Made In Six Styles. 5 ^I0[e—a.'- Double 1/ | Junior 1,6 Cadet 6d. | Sold Everywhere. 1 LECER ERSOH SIus Eo.-«mea l-wcticr -i 123 COLLINS ST. TIct:r- I .. I, 7 to S p.m. IV! | h ■•.:■• O) ,; <_'• nr.ul. fccduence: JI a,St. Kilda. I .i' ; I Wil>ii-»r. Epc-clilitv : t o, X.v^Mlvunn, anil Anti Stuki, ONLY OiiE MAN TO PAY. Kerr.-* ;,--u i.,4- ka tiac yet? .Don't yo;i :.;i<j tii.it i:ow tviTY^iit.- i-; oacl: a:. »r".-.. *.,va s:;.j i;sv,' ;i rYw Uofcu -.vorry:i-..- :<Jj' Would it uvt b* better for you pay thc-e small debts, and oiiiy L.v.v gr.o man to pay a iow sMUic.~.s c-acii v..,ek? filY ASSISTANCE WILL HELP YOU To do lbs*. Il^meiab-r, it is ...

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

AN EXPENSIVE HABIT. • ,.f (Vi kind weft' U any .ustanco <* ;ll, needed, the present ..Weadv apt illustration of the . emphasised in.this J»P«, ^ \ rtrC«^onWc^^S-t, it £'■«» to a certain* ^ear is out there will b< . e> 'flOBS ID SphttCS, , "i'Jl'J standing anything thai may ^ <- "j the spasmodically cuergfiic • departments, there i, hound to be a t* aif.rcp.ncy between ££ for the Legislative AmouAIn a ' for the National Parhatnen -P'. who are on one set wtU m . are not on the otl*r. and as >>> tu time this discovery is nrn-o thev w moat ca.«c.<. have travelled, a? inore «r ja inconvenience. th-1 puli.^.m ' ^ cuinambient atino*pb«»* >* U.;yW ... eek with blasphemous am' lelamntions. It is not »" ■Federal curolmeut was . sory As soon us this prousion b. c..m law there was a deuce of a stir, and people who had purpo^y Urn carolling because tut} rc<kra .a iioue of tho present ^uns ol pohtui.t ■worth voting for. lilled ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST Second Series: No. XII. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

CHRIST Second Series: INo. XII. Prom the religious ami social aspects of the Reform Mission of Jesus, M'e turn to the more plain and positive political phases of that great agitation, in so far as; they affected the relations of Jesus j with His co-religionists and coin patriots and those between the subject -lews and their masters, the Romans. Within the limits of Law and Order," tliere never was a more tolerant power llian that of Ancient Rome. Subject to the preservation of social order and the political integrity of the State, all religions and every sect were tolerated, nay, protected bv Imperial Rome. Loyalty to Law not subservience to Superstition,' was the test of good citizenship. " here was no compulsion put upon conquered subjects to worship the gods ot Home: the religious Roman was never a fanatic or bigot. Christians were never per secuted or punished on religious grounds: the Pagan justification ot their persecution was that they either passively resisted or secret ly ...

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 — 28 March 1914

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (is Advance 0\lt): PER ANNUM, 12s.; HALF-YEARLY, 6.1; QUARTERLY, 3s. Here xhaJl the Pre.-* the Pco-^lrn riclit maiauln, } Uuawol Vv mrturncf snrtunnribeii bv p*in. 1 Here Patriot Tami her cionoiia |ir«foMdniw, . •' Pledged to Fraternity, Liberty and Law. 1 SATUKDAY, MAKC1J *23, 1914.

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

COMMONWEALTH SAVINCS BANK. fIli6 difference in tbo mtuhodn of juc Com monwealth Savings' Bank and thos<j of the State esUibiishm'Jiil is u* murkod as i* that .in tbft.horsij and elfotrio truui system. 'Hie Fedenii employees to uai.» acquired the Government stroke, and, with i':ai uu desirable acquisition. the• conu-ijjpi x"ur tb» publio 'wiricif'.is a feature of the ••b:gh.«r" public- sorriee- I'he attaching Of new bns«i« nessappatently, one of tb.- abaiidoo.-d aims'of the"; clerks. In the Melbourne oihiv (hero is a bos JebeUed "X'-w Account.'' mid xl .'is equipped j t'or the duties 01 a pcr^u • authorwwd'to Asstbi those dtvrcus o:' p-i ting their cash "into the jarV );vtpii.^ oi' t V alleged National Bunk. That Ik>\ i- v< i iuvariubly .tenanted bv it ciriipt-i—;jt <-le?^ in fact, ou two orcasious or vis-iis m «b establishment ix: the course or i.is;. week. u representative of l!r« paper found tu- i:rw accounts box unor-upi.d, and iho dirks .v the...

Publication Title: Truth
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SAINSBURY'S "DEAR ROSIE." HAS GIDDY TIME IN MELBOURNE TOWN While Hubby Phelps Nurses Squalling Baby. Her Mash Gets a Hiding When Caught in Fitzroy Gardens. Claim for Maintenance Withdrawn—Order Made for Benefit of Children. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

HAS GIDDY TIME IN MELBOURNE TOWN While Hubby Phelps Nurses Squalling Baby. Her Mash Gets a Hiding When Caught in Fitzroy Gardeus. Claim for Maintenance Withdrawn—Order Made for Benefit of Children. : An interesting maintenance with the scene of cuo <*iwi(»t<r of » . miserable married life laid in MfibouriH*. ' was heard by Mr. W. G. Smith, i».M., ■ iu lb" Birehip Court carl}- in the month, 1 when Hosii Ellen Winifred 1'belps pro te-ded against her husband, Herbert Al 1 pbouso I'belps. eleetricul and roeclmm 1 ,.'ii en"ir>eer. claiming support ,-t;r ■ *eif Jul tlirt-«- .•t.ildmn, Mr. Uichel rt-d f«jr th<* tuj-iit and Mr. ' TLowii.mju MJakJ,-v Thompson) for , the defendant. , , , . • ' Mr< Pbclu* Huid that In Octobor last ■ l„.r tusband left ber with £'-! Ms 1 cb'urcrt out to New South Vales. "»< took cut a warrant for his arrest lor deaiT'inu. but withdrew it when he .; rML. buck. Tlicy then Uvea together ■ till Year's Day. wh...

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

WEEKLY End your Ullorinjf tronblej finallv and *uc* -eMfullr by ordering * CA-sSKLLS* Tailored •suit without heavy parmcnt. Oar Weekly Payment Sy«tcta keepi your cash In your pocket ud yonnelf la the latest fashion. 1 [ Sac Suit to Order 10/- Deposit, 2/6 Weekly. Come to For Clothes on Credit, 271 SWAHSTON ST. (one door from I^n* dale St.v—look ?or bine liclit: <42 CHAPEL ST.. SOUTH YARRA*. NICHOLSON ST., FOOTSCRAY (next Maple'-); GLEN THKA

Publication Title: Truth
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On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. Weather sultry, tracks good going, but there was not much galloping. Monodia struck out iur a tan tlirce fur longs in- 36$, nod B-n-Amo hit c*it for a mile on the tan in 1.53. Plastic&e. lioek Fast, and Spring Brook were ail striding along, and so were Uooligal, Lord Desmond, Maloja, and Antoinette. Culma ((2. Smith] ran rive furlongs on the tan iu 1.6, whii© Lauceretto did a lurlong less iu 53^. Audacity (W. P. Burn) did some steady work, auii then had a flutter over three fur. longs od the tan in 59£. Sunta Devote went a lurlyri? x^.-her in 55, while Procyon and Kosyth ran five rurlouss iu 1.10. Yandiila King (A. ilenniej had it all on for seven lurlongs on thy tau in 1.34$. Pearl King did so'-ud pacing, and Alias Foutboit. Pladda, W.T.i>., Uncle Abe were all striding J alui.g, . Laeulano had a short flutter, and i Autumna went strongly for n uric, j Radnor (K. Turner) experienced no <iifE 1 <-*uiiy in running a ...

Publication Title: Truth
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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VATICINATIONS. ASPENDALE PARK (Saturday). Maiden Plate. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

VATICINATIONS. ASPENDALE PARK (Saturday). Maiden Plate. WORMWOOD 1 BOYTAH 2 LANCERETTO 3 Steeplechase. EXPIATION 1 SELDOM .N 2 JACK ASHORE 3 Aspendale Plate. GEORGETTE 1 PKECIOCS ^ GOLDEN WIRE S Aspendale Park Handicap. HAMBURG BELLE .... 1 PEARL KIXG 2 SEQUARIOUS "• Aspendale Purse. NATA 3 LYNCEUS - FLORA U Jumpers' Flat Eace. PORTLOCK I LORD GHKY - LA GEORGE S

Publication Title: Truth
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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
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