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TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

I TURF TATTLE. A;pendale ;o-iiay. Mvltuu ou Friday. Fit?roy ou. ilonday. Kilmore on Tuesday. Ballarat on Wednesday and Thursday. There were 77 stances at Moonco last Saturday. ; Hickenbothajn took Radcor to Sydney on | Wednesday. C. Wheeler has seat Adorn and Lucky Es cape to Lerdcrderg, Bacchus ilarsh,- for a good holiday, i The Oblie'ado coll Hedonist is in regular • work a^ftin at Caulfield, under the ch^ge 01 F. H. Lewis. That *>uot?5 brute Kinscer has been to turu».-d to ber ovrutr by tbe CauKield trainer Hamburg B:-Ue wis not produced at 1 Moonee. bbc- is probably banging on for something better. La George flattered bis backers uuri&S the running of the Valley Handicap, but he lacked the dash to finish. Duel was>secn quit*? at her '>■*t when run ning third iu the Welter Pla.t.- at Mooum, and" she was well placed throughout. Aboyne. »hi> has sbossn no form fine® he captured the Debutaut stakes. is being treatr ■ eJ W a spell V,;. hi* trainer, C. Wilson, Camp...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TURF Weights, Entries, & c. Racing Calendar, MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

Weights, Entries, &c. Racing Calendar, 1URCH. I 23. Aspendal© Part Races. APRIL, 4. Epsom Races. 11. Mcntono Races. 15. WiJliumstowrj Races. 15. Aspemlale'Parl: Races. 18. Kpsom Races. 22. Sandown Park Races. 25. ^ .A.T.C. Races. [ 27. iloonee Valley Races.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FITZROY RACING CLUB. FITZROY RACES. MONDAY NEXT, 30th MARCH. FIRST EVENT STARTS AT 2.30. TRANSIT: [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

FITZROY RACING CLUB. FITZROY RACES. j MONDAY NEXT, 30th MARCH. PIEST EVENT STABTS AT Z.30. TRANSIT: - Special and Ordinary Trains leave Prince's bridge station for Croiton at 1227, 1.25, 1.35 (special), and 2.27. Pares.—1st return, Gd.; second return, 4d. Clifton Hill-Northcote tram service from Bourke street.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NEXT MONDAY, Programme and Order of Running: STEWARDS' PURSE. Of 120 Sovs. (A Divid Handicap.) Four To Start at 2.30. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

NEXT MONDAY, Programme and Order of Running: STEWARDS' PUESE. Oi* 120 Sovs, ;A DiviJ'-J Hacdicap.j Four To Start at 2.30. Little Wallace. 9 .. S ikingaroy 5 N'auov 6 Snowdrop 9 i> Fc-rmov !! 3 Baron 9 0 idalia " .. 8 Toothplate u Take Care . 8 0 Jewel 8 13 Lord Dasher .. . S U l'j Iris 2- Pestrover Valotto a 12 Isi y 10 Lightning 8 : 1.% Doreen 10 Lady Brown ... 11 Hiraold 7 10 Etau Vale 8 : 10 Gladness 9 Spec 8 : I1' Str-'.et Arab .. Game Pollv ... s 9 Cup Day . C 10 Miss Kathleen . 8 S Auraria . 6 Nanny 3 a Little Don . 6 S{raight?bot ... S CROXTON HANDICAP. Of 50 so vs. Six Furlongs, To *urt at 3.5. P»-d Pose 11 5 Ornament ... . Bonnie lu 9 Vera. Rosebud ID 9 Vel^ritv Guidance 10 <J The- Bi/au ... ! Rornola 9 lo Avon Beauflee: 9 7 Torpriet'..".'.. " Punter 9 "j Nell'a Bush Girl ft T> Mvunjhoha". Nellie LonsdaJ*- 9 PITZEOT PURSE. Of 120 Sovs, (A DiviJ.-rl Handicap.) Fur To Stari :r. v35. Molly y 5 ,M« m- Widow . Kangar.nlia . ... 9 {» • j,.,-t Valltnuv q • "! Prin...

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

Epsom racing club. Re*. Itv V.ll.C. ! ; SATURDAY. APRIL 4, 1314. NOMINATIONS will be rfxited up till MONDAY, MARCH 'M, lor l»>e folluwio,* e»enu:- - 100 Sovs.—HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two miles. I 100 Sovs.—EPSOM HANDICAP. One mile ; j and u quarter. i : 100 .Sovs.—WELTER HANDICAP. 7st. 71o. minimum. Soveu furlongs. j ! 300 .Sots.—FIRST, SECOND, and THIRD ! DIVISION HANDICAP. A divided ban- j | dicap, constituting three races. The first I and second division handicaps to be eucb srx furlongs, and the third division 1 handicap to be five furlongs. I All Nominations 10s. Handicaps declared j on April 2. A. H. Cox, Ilandicnpper. i J. L. RETLLY, Secretary. ] Sun Buildings, 159 Queen-si., Melbourne. i ^JILUAMSTOWN ' racing i EASTER MEETING. ■ EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 13. ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY. MARCH 30, ut 6 p.m., for the following events:— j SEAFORD HURDLE RACE, 150 bovp. Two ! miles. ] FEDERAL HANDICAP. 150 sovj. Six fur- I lonss. | W.R.C, EASTER CUP, 500 sots. One mile j and a nuarter. i S...

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

Melbourne eight hours SPOUTS-—MONDAY. Al'ItH, 27, 19H. fti'vUTS I'HOQUAMMK (Sut>Jvi-;to Alteration); I Sheffield Handicap, 100 yds.—Entrance 4s.,^ j acceptance 2s. 1st i0 sots., 2nd 6 sovs., 3rd j Handicap Foot F.acc, one mile—Entrance j i 5«., acceptance 2a. 1st 15 sots., 2nd 3 sots., i . 3rd 2 soy*. j 1 Haudicap Foot Race, lialf*mile—Entrance t 3s., acceptance 2s. 1st 15 sera., 2iid 3 s&ys., Woodchop, double-handed, standing block (handicap limit 12sec./«—Entrance 8s., accept- j anc'i nil. 1st 15 sovs., 2ud 7 sovs., 3rd 3 sovs. j Eight. Hours Wheel Race, 1A ruiles— Kn* j ' trance 3s., ucceptance 2s. 1st 25 sovs.. 2nd I | 10 sovs., 3rd & sots. Eight, liouts l'Utc Bicyclc Race, one mile ; —Entrance 2s., acceptance Is. 6d. 1st 10 sots., 2nd 3 sovs., 3rd 2 sovs Scratch Bicycle Race, three miles-— En* , trance 2s., acceptance Is. 6d. 1st 10 sovs., . 2nd 3 sovs., 3rd 2 sots. Scratch Bicycle Race, quarter-mile—En trance Is. Gd., acceptance,Is. 1st 8 &ovs., 2nd ...

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

CAUIjFIEIiD. TUESDAY. | Weather due, but dull and clow. Traces in t,x:e;ieni going oruer, and ail the last work eonnned to the sand. Sequarious started proceedings with a miJe it) l.oli. Kcsay, who galloped a aide iu j 1.4Si toe previous inuruiug, was let oti J lightly. Tar HiU mid Scotland's H^ro | s>purttd a couple uf furlongs. Julia B. aid | 1 slow work. iJiird Best was responsible for j hall a iu 53^. GunSre ran, tive furlongs t in l.fcj. Lt:ie Kirk did good striding worK. ! i'uris, Lady liooitun, Oricoco, Mouitzic, | Wiugitwa, Anna Cariovnu, Mentus, Houo [ liu'p, Blakency, J.vneeus, Little - i-'rar, yu-.-cncitc-, River Tame, Major Sly, Mis? ' UwTftr, Onaztr. Ailansiord, Topmast, Clinch, | >!uto*j;>pe, Bianchi, Ksport, Jules, Walter I'ijrrill, Light Dragocn, Btiiveuuto, Gang ! war, Wisconsin, La Joconde, Jullundur, ■ Bitga, Full Tom.-, and La Carte were ail | usoiully engaged. | Bttitick covered five xnrlougs in 1.8. i Golden Kock syurted three lurlongs in 40. I Atrial ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AWFUL ABORTION. NEFABIOUS PRACTICES AT SOUTH MELBOURNE. Middle-aged Married Woman Convicted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

AWFUL ABORTION. NEFABIOUS PRACTICES AT SOUTH MELBOURNE. Middle-aged Uatriod Woman Convictod. At Uio Cri'nh'ul Court, on Tuesday, heforo Mr. Justicu Hood, n jniddhvagcd warned woman nxtaed \tico Maud "Wiso was cu^rgc witli having attempted to procure abortiou in thn ca*e of a young Ionian named Bes«i« Shields, 18 years of urc, at boutU Mel bourno on Dccombcr 6, 1913. Mr. C. J. Z. Woiuaraki, K.C., prosecuted for tho Crown, and Mr. P. J. Uidgoway ap peared for tins defenec. The ca«o for the Crown was that on tho date mentioned the girl, who therctoforo bad lodged at the house <>f a Mr*. Urosuer, at No. 555 Little Lonsdale-stmt, near the Mint, was introduced to the prisoner by her lover, a young man named Bert Phillips, who toot hcr-foc that purpobi to tho corner of Elizabeth and Flindcra-stre-ot, wh^rr tiiky mj:t riuv prisoner and a young woman named Press. Having introduced IWf.iio Shhdd* U> the prisoner, Phillips handed the woman gold coin*. aud left tho.three togeth...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE STRAITS SHIPPING SWINDLE. NATURAL PROTECTION AGAINST TASMANIAN PRODUCTS. The Island State at a Disadvantage Against Foreigners. Fiscal Policy Dictated by the Shipping Monopoly. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

THE STRAITS SHIPPING SWINDLE. NATURAL PROTECTION AGAINST TASMANIAN PRODUCTS. The Island State at a Disadvantage Against Foreigners. Fiscal Policy Dictated by the Shipping Monopoly. (From "Truth's" Tasmanian Correspondent.) People genernlly nro under tho im- | I pressiou that tho fiscal policy of tho i 1 Commonwealth is laid down by t!.i* I : Federal Parliament and administered I by tho Customs Department. As Par-1 liament is responsible to the country,j 1 tho common, belief is that the Austra-j linn nation nettles its own wcnle of j duties. But in point of fact, thi.i view j in only partly true. A great deal of | the inter-Htato trail'* of tho Common- | wealth in necessarily carried by s?n. i Rail carriage can.never eompete :iuc- i eessfully with sea oarriuge, and Tasnia niuu producer!* and manufacturer* tie Hiring to do business on the mainland luurkets have llobson's choice in the mutter. All the sea-borne commodities which pass by water up and d»»wn the Australian toast and whicl...

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

THE LASSOO THAT FAILED. The clover cotq who runs away Lives to fight another day.

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

PRE-HISTORIC RAILWAY PIEE. I H is safe to say vli.it the I'ort Melbourne pii.-r would be uetually surpassed bv tie | landing facilities at any Chinese coastal city, | from rbantabtvu to Hongkong How the | people put up with it is a marvel. At this 1 o ike jjr.-at maii-boats that an: unable to t^o tliv Yarra. Frequently tLcr- are from three to live or six mail trims all the Port Melbourne railway .1:1 r. Thii Railway Department -avers thai. ' ,-ieat ;tltorations ar" to be made, but will no: be carric.1 out und'-r two years. The ■Irpai tui'ia has to construct a t'nsh via ■ha-: ; hi- to cc.nip!e:e r'-.^rudin;; woiks-has ' to .io a hundred UU'.I out- things thaL would haw Li on d-.no by uuy jur-ai^hled, privat' ly-ownril radroad company ii) year* a;?o: ami *0. unliis Prt-mi< r Watt yt-ts a sudden move on and injecta some braius and «'ncrC) i!i;o Ui. drp -.rtiii.'iH, will stand as th.-v arc until the iiu;\?U ;muvs. ' Some i portion ..I ih.. pier simuM b»« specially ratl-d j ni...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FIGHTING FEATHERWEIGHTS STIRRING CONTEST AT STADIUM. Lee Johnson and Simpson a Draw. The Coon Clever; Simpson Strenuous. Clean, Fast Fight Pleases All. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

I FIGHTING FEATHERWEIGHTS j STIRRING CONTEST AT STADIUM. | j Leo Johnson and Simpson a Dra^r. I | The Coon Clever; Simp3on Strenuous. | Clean, Fast Fight Pleases AIL Tho 4000 odd at tb* Dudley-street Stadium lost Saturday night ccriainly had enough fight foe th«ir money. Tb»; preliminary be tween Chria Jordan <9.0j and 'Kric Taylor (8-6) ww as wilUiuj ati exhibition as one could wish to sf'. Tli» wiilingnefr.*, however, wiw not Uu> strenuousnrss of "mugs." Each •five and took considerable punishment, Taylor in particular setting enough to knock out anyone less ^imp and hardy three times j |'ov«r. Jofci«n"w:»s n cotnpiiralivoiy «*asy win* i ner on poiuU. but ihcro wa.s always a chance tbit Iju would have a siccp-puach handed him at a»y lanrueiit. Main interest, of course, centred ia the meeting of Chiulic Simpson, the local feather weight, whose strenuous pertinacity has made j biru a great favorite, and l^o Johnson, a ; colored Jud, who, as an amateur, held tho i feath...

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

pMyMaBaztoe I _ for Six Months _ . . ru: WORTH AT LEAST JS2 'llllliilis 8 H L. fab.. MH. 30 W. Ll« Bin!.. ChJc.tG Made from Fresh, Ripe TomatoeSr EPICURES NOW SAY "FIRST-PICK" T lATO SAUCE HAS NEVER BEEN EQUALLED. u g--•» ran pa hss ca ga B3 Contains Ho ChemicaSs or Preservatives.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FROM THE SPIRIT WORLD. "MEDIUM" BAILEY AND HIS HYPOCRl= TICAL HUMBUG. Skeptic Attends A Select Seance. SPOOK SPEECHIFIER MENDS HIS BROKEN ENGLISH. Conjuring "Medium" Produces Hall-dead Birds "From China."—Sensational Seance in Sydney—Ghost of Geelong Lady Turns Out to be Mosquito Net. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

[ FROM THE SPIRIT WORLD; | "MEDIUM" BAILEY AND HIS HYP0CRl= ; TICAL HUMBUG. Skeptic Attends A Select Seance. SPOOK SPEECH1F1ER MENDS HIS BROKEN ENGLISH. • • Conjuring " Medium" Produces Hull-dead Birds " From China."— Sensational Seance in Sydney—Ghost of Geelong Lady Turns Out to be Mosquito Net. Siuce time bogon, belief in ppirits and tbf supernatural Uaa bad a strong hold ou tlx human race, and in inaumcnvblo instance if bns been taken advantage of by uDscru pulous persons who have imposed on th< crtduloua with more or less disastrous re sults. One of the best known of such charla tans in this country ha* been Chariot Bailey, who, while yet. a r.obUvr iu CoUiugvood, gained treat notoriety us a spiritualistic '•fliwiiuru." Bailey firjf. attained in Melbourne u« $ '•medium," through wboui t-pouka delivered orations, tho allegedly "beautiful" language that he {toured out when tbua ou the job being in marked contrast to that be vw* supposed to use- in his ordiuaxy life, wh...

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

G30D ADVICE. There are thousands of people who fuiIiT . t'xoiii common ailment-;, such as j Indigestion, | Jauudice, 1 ^ ck Headache, (.Jeucral Debility, ( madder Troubles, who have no idea that their >« <iue j to 'i diseased or iunetive condition <,t the ' kidneys and liver. The reason that treat- ■ incut by Warner's Safe Cure has been so! successful in cases of tht» Unorders nutmd is : thai- Wurn«.*r's Sale Cure exercises a spvcifiu ' healing and t.timulaiint,' iullueuc.v upon the ! kidney* and liver. Once the kidneys and i liver are restored to health and activity, the \ uric and biliary prisons, which cause Ihe dis order. are removed from the bv.itcm bv the naturul channels. aud pain, due to the retta* i tiou of the jioisun.;i,.ceah('s. A descriptive pamphlet will b^ scut post I free by H. U. Warner and Co. LUl., Mcl- : bourne, Vic. • Warner'# J*ate Cur,, i* suld by eheuusl* and ! storekeepers everywhere. Loth in the original : (5s.) bottles and in the c...

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

0. NEWS AND NOTES. M&rk Evan* and '"Snowy** CorbeU will figure in the preliminary to the HoUaaul McCortuiok match. •*• # • The rcUirn match betw<y.-n H'-rb McCoy and Nat Williams in down for decision at the, l>ndJcy-slrcct Stadium o" April 11. Hill (.ar.s: Icfi jv-r S.uner last Monday to '■'•triplet* Jih preparations for hia match with PoJki'j ni-it Saturday. llo km jiccoiapauied by Sjjji McVYu. ' Younir" P.rotjk.-*, an Knrlibh featherweight f'f juuch profiji.-*.-, wb<# n-uch»-»J Uu>6«) shorts itl'O'j* five w.-vko ar'tj. 1:j« l.rru n^fbed with Cburlu- .Stmp«on for April IB. Tl.f: i'-jIIuv. in-/ h»-au in ih- t.a to 'urucr vrlll »>.« d.vid...l at Uh- M.A.V on Muni :ij nislit— -Mu;iui, v. .M,;Wili:urn. Monty \ Alcock, Sfrahan >. 'IV-nney. Cull1 ijy v. 'hirn ft. AfU-r a iiit«ir\.il a ? ur.;, n eij:bt bout at ih.• Stadium, arid on.? that should w v.rfh -niri? :.ir to s-.-, for the t. Aill b- />s 0'J>jnrie]l and "Mom wns" I>an Siiiiiv.ii]...

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

MESCT1PLAY and SOW HERBALISTS. HstablishcJ 1876. We (Jure the following Diseases :— Hydatids I Bright's Disease Liver and Blood Diseases Marasmus. HOTAN1C r.OTIO.V, for VARICOSE VEINS. , HAD I.KOS CUltF-D MILD OPERATIVE PILLS. jCOUGH IlEMKDY. EYE LOTION, for Cataract. RINGWORM. WORM .SYRUP, which Cures Thread and Tapo Worm, etc. NERVE TONIC, for Weakness, etc. TONIC PILLS, for Weakness. BOTANIC REMEDY, for Inward Bleeding Pile*. FILES PILLS, PILE OINTMENT. HAIR RESTORER, which is Moat RelV able. Also Others Too Numerous to Mention, LETTERS DAILY CONGRATULATING US ON THE CURES WE HAVE EFFECTED. HYDATIDS ON THE LIVER. •To \V. MENTIPLAY and SON, 168 llourke-sUeet, Melbourne. "I am very pleased to acknowledge with great gratitude tlio wonderful cure von rfTVcted ou my wife after fourteen years* illness. She had been under treatment, by sii dwtor*, •who camo to the conclusion that she had a tumour, and bad decided t*> operate on nor, but, luckily, before consenting, she consulted you,...

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

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A BRUNSWICK SQUABBLE. THREE CHARGES OF INSULTING LANGUAGE. The Payne Family Triumphant. Ungallant Tram Troubadour. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

i A BRUNSWICK SQUABBLE. ! three charges or insulting 1 language. ; The Payne Family Triumphant. Ungallant Tram Troubadour. Severul residents of Cummin:;.street, Weat Brunswick, wit« concerned iu charges of ifisukuii; lani;uut;p» heard before Messrs. Tierney, Atyeo, Allard. and Lord, Js.l'., at the local cuur; on the 18th ins*. Gilbert Williams, a youth, charged NVllie l'uytf, a °f attractive pt-rsonaj appear anee, willi having u^ed instating words iu a public plav on February 2d. A£r. M. Luzurus appeared for eoinplaiuaut. and ilr. J- 31. Shuutioii for defendant, who deuied tb>' alleged offence. Complainant said tbat ou February 28 be wa< in Cuuimiug-sUeet, and was buTtog a eouv«?rs;akm wall Mrs, i'dynv, mother of defendant. H'- said t-u Mrs. I'ayue, "Why ilid you insult my mother!'" She said, ''Who is your mother!*"" JJe said, '"She is more to me than your dirty bluck toes." IR'feudaiit t'uen said, "You cheeky little cat; uo wonder the kids throw things iu your face to...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LOOKING AT BOTH SIDES OF THE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

LOOKING AT BOTH SIDES OP THE QUESTION. Judging by tlio scant support which Hip hospitals receive from tbe wealthier Classes, otic inrlinrs to the belief that tbcy entertain very narrow views of tho Otility of such institutions. Five-sixths ftf th*» rost of maintaining the general ; hospitals is provided by Th*» State ! Government, which levies at least six- i •*»!ixth« of taxation upon the general pub- J ik- to pay for it, the ono-sixth being | -fost iu 'the cost of collecting the • revenue. It used to be urged that bos- ! pitals tend to preserve artificially the] physical degenerate. and there.is some | truth iu this contention: but it is neees- ; sary to humanist.* the struggle for ex istence. in which the weaker, mentally iiud physically, is crushed out of the luxuries of life. The hospitals, however, do not prevent tbe natural death of |ibviioal degeneracv. though thev delay St.* But all this i's a mere fleabite to the invaluable aid to medical research hospitals arc. and have a...

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