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ASPENDALE PARK MEETING. Programme of Events. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

! ASPENDALE PARK MEETING. Programme of Events. I The followin, ibo programme of events to bc> dcciJcd at Asperidaje Park this (Satnr day,) afternoon : — Jinny Grant ... a u Mis« Pat 7 9 Laculanu a o Teledes ti 12 Posadena a y !»rii.ce Gullee . tt 12 Gold Shoes ... 3 0 Wormwood ... 6 12 Tinamba a U Bonah 6 12 G:olden Hock ... 7 9 Seofon i> 12 Aialvacecus ... 7 9 Lanceretto .... 6 9 Bentick 7 9 Encamp U 9 Tiutac.1 7 9 Posket 6 9 Buhl Buln 7 9 Barcelona G 9 eecoeh STEEPLECHASE. About Two Alilci. Jack Ashore ... 11 7 Iron Crown .. . 9 9 Myers 11 1 Green Lawn .. . 9 G.R.D 10 22 Kuda . 9 Expiation 10 5 BardoJph . 9 Seldom 10 5 . 9 5 F.ncbtd. States lu 1 Kitletnan . 9 5 Al^abohnyah ... 10 1 Terga . 9 0 Rogue's March 10 1 ASPENDALE PLATE. Six Furlongs. Beggar Maid . .. 9 9 Mis? Footbolt . 8 1 Georgette ... . .. 9 Coolagunvah ... 8 1 Third Best . .. 8 13 Mindai 8 1 Sister Radius . 8 11 Precious 13 13 Lord Dudlev . .. 8 Winning Post . Culraa . .. 8 Yandilla King . 9 Golden Wiro . .. 3 L...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

Established 2 850. Sales total 300.000 yearly. Fifteen years' written guarantee. Takes Parts Same as Singer. Duplicate Parts can now "be obtained In Every City in the World. < Thero are no Sewing Machine* uradr ia Australia, though some import cheap ^ made machines under patriotic names, in th»> hope to raafco people believe so. . PRICES:—Hand, from ill! 17s. 0d., with cover; Treadle, with-cover, £o 17a. ^ Cd.; Droplieada, £4 4 "We are forcing tho price Mown. Needles for every mahe of machine tid. . .jf dozen, Bobbins Id. cath, Shuttle lid. each, Oil 3d. bottle. Orders oC 2s. Cd. or over sent post free to anv addre« in Australia. Call or write for catalogue. rv, <J. M A L © W E Y, ' 21 CENTREWAY, off Collins-street, opp. Allan's; 282 CHAP EL-STE BET, S PB ATT RAN (ARCADE, opp. Eig Store); 23 ARCADE, ADELAIDE. , WHAT A BLESSING. What a blessing it is. Sought, after by thousands. People are finding it out. ila:»v a miserable man is happy now. Xifibfcs of uures...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

bfthe Australian you say you are AND' ffl smokes :

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MELBOURNE MEAN WHITES. CHOW-CHASING CHUMPS. Wasters' Woeful Work. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

MELBOURNE MEAN WHITES. \ OHOW-CHASING CHUMPS. Wasters' Woeful Work. Any day, i« the heart of the citv, you may SCO a short, square-built Chow, CU<1 iu a brokeu straw hat, dunijare" pants. waist wuston push his vegetable carl. The two s-javcii^ors have descended depths of obloquy; they have neither ;v bo.lv to bo kicked or a soul to bo damned; more . awful than tho most abandoned dio^'a of 1 harlotry they wend their woeful way, dead 1 to all juiiHii of shame, and forgetful that of self-respect. They push tho walks alon<* the pathwavs, pui short briar pipe and castii:« hi* AT PASSING FEMALES. Kvery day this che-'iful Chow passes; alon^ lluurfco-strcci, calling Ml various hotels, the proprietors of which wo tats, pu* W, ...u^re-for, j;rot?us. They are abandoned of all attri butes of dcoeccv; bereft or* nil sense of •djame; lost souls pandering and kowi to the yellow peril as their ov>r-lord. They pull up at the pub. John points a liimt-r to the'building, ami on...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BREACH OF PROMISE. TAILORESS'S TRIBULATIONS. Singular Story of Alleged Indefinite Engagement. SAYS HER LOVE WAS SPURNED THOUGH HER CASH WAS ACCEPTED. How She was Courted on Her Own Coin. Dilatory Lover Sued for Breach of Promise. JURY ASSESS DAMAGES AT £400. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

TAIL&RESS'S -TRIBULATIONS. Singular Story of Alleged Indefinite Engagement. ,, SAYS HER LOVE WAS SPURNED THOUGH HER CASH WAS ACCEPTED. 'flo\v*5he was Courted on Her Own Coin. /' • - v (r , tDi^tory Ldvpr Sued for Breach of Promise. ' JURY ASSESS DAMAGES AT £400. Tjj tbo County Court on Thursday and ; Friday of la.'t- before Judyo Uox and a jury ot tour. May Oeily Gomhiy. Virloriii- 1 parade, Ksist Mt'lbouiu-r, luilou-s*, ^u-.d Y<r«' Herbert Ca<»-yt of St. .JarneVs Haild Williiirn-stroei. leiMl immu^r, fur £50^ damrii'i--; for bicarb uf i>roi/i».-«• in marxy h'-'. | uude in 1909 und hrokr n in 2015. j Mr. L. l.'uv!tn ucti'd by Mr. •). ] Wooli"; appeared for pliintitf, and Mr. Ah Kef. (instructed by Messrs. Croft and Khodeu) for the defendant. Plaintiff stated that, she became acquaint HAY CECILY GOt'RLAY. ed with defendant about October, 1904, at which time they were both employed at Thurling and Hamilton's tailoring establish* rneul. iu Melbourne. Ho...

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 — 4 April 1914

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (ix Advance Onlx); PKn ANNUM, IDs.; . HALF-YEARLY, 63.; QUARTERLY, 3s. l!*rp fhail Mi* ?re«.« thp Feonlf'j richt maintain, T'tiewfi !•••• infiuutT amlurw>rihM hv pain. iiere rairot T*tin her cionous preccuwdr*w, PJectjjwi lo Kratemity, I«ibf rtv and Lair. SATURDAY, AriUI. 4. 101-1

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

THIS HEAT VILLA, l>.iik bv ub with Wir-r.KR's patent weathered iron, ONLY NICOL, MliLLER & Co. 125 SWANSTQN ST. the SILVER-TONED Accordeon " \C No. 715. Post Free r-i-- . 18/= For AccoarpuT.iinciit. Solo WorU, etc., this nc.ck»! stur.ds alcno. Ebonised and poiisucd caso. 10 koys. 2 2 sots oi" roods, 2 acting b;cp.>, ninefold triple bol lows. sold ev i-:i:vwhere. OR. LEGER ERSGf! s-.juxf! rr.-.:-.ic- a: 123 COLLINS ST. Xlou.-i: 2 to 7 to 6 p.ra. T'riri.hor.,. idil Central, ce: 51 I.'...-,-;uji bl \\i;:i:QT. ty: 605. N'-o-i'a]vj.:suu, coocic ONLY OhE Mm TO PAY. H.17P rc:i a;-- .• ;'u bii bitter ■ shillings pasji filV ASSISTANCE WILL HELP YOU To (Jo ta. i: ie ruy business. J L-v:- hundreds of others, and i v.-.il Lelr. you. Ladies ej o: <Ttrv considers* , iUo-..tion.^uJ a friend & GUARANTEE GF PRIVACY.; This is Trh.nt vc;i de-sire! It is the alMmportar.r thirj! Weil, this is for assistance. I {ruarantco you thar. j — Tha' a!l l.usl^'a h trarmet«i 1 S» J...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

CASH ORDERS Buy Your EASTER and WINTER REQUISITES through THE EXTENSION AGENCY at Cash Prices, and at the same time have the advantage of five months' credit. We offer better terms than are obtainable at any other office doing a-similar class of business. THE EXTENSION AGENCY Majestic Theatre Building's, Flinders Street. Phone 8773. Booklet ou application.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TO A PUBLIC MORALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

TO A PUBLIC MORALIST. "Iv should bo distinctlr unJc-r.-iccd ibat members in joining this Council do not pro claim thcmseiTe? cither to hp or to havo been better than their neighbors."—From the report of the Council of Public Morality. Thanks! From a person of or nary morals For this glad assurauce—-an end to all quarrels With those who 'jaiast sinfulness ne'er raise a bellow. So your morals are those of the or'nary fel low! Thar. yi n:r neighbor? it's joy to hear Yon*r9 whir, b.ntt-r— Do vou ilriuhy do yr.u rttoL-p-? doe3 sotno your soul feu< r TwcuH ivful to learn that vou lan-ui-h O'er a maiden, whose fa tots are bliss, hec frov rn aur^i-'h! Do you icin a "bridge" pany, or tak® a •-T.1 it's" ticket? Entbus? over "soccer," cr "barrack" at Do you really bacli '"osse s'' and cheer o'er a Forjreiti .115 the while you're a miserable Did veil c'or wiih a ciaid in some bosky dell dallv? Or hu: \ her "^ood-ni; hi" in a dark city Have yi rki e'or, wb?n rt iur lips o'er some :t m...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

T!:t letter publhhed below shows th- nervous condision a business man n:3y 'j- r.-d'jcrd lo iflcr severe attacks cf indh-.siivn or serious operation*. Mr. Miles, who represents or.e of the larrest commercial firms operating in Aujirctaua.aitd to whom good health is necesiary, was cured of Nerve Bresltdjwn ar.d Indigestion by this urvueslionubly fine remedy. He there is no raeeicine so full o\ health-crcating powers, as it restored his health aitcr an operation for cpprndicitis in Melbourne last year, when his u-rves were so weak that he c&u'.d scarcely get about. His letter u worth reading to UU [j ^ •j Ccr^crcial Travelers' Clab, 0 Ksort St., SyiDcy. 8 jj CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., | ^ 4' Fcr years I suffered free ChrcaN: 3 ^ I ijliccrtiaa and Ntrre D;li!ily. My [j case a Ticli=s to appcatJieirtj, for R [| which 1 was o?:r;ted cn saccesrlnlly, 3 $ bat which lell r.e very .weak. A g •j friend in Sy^cey tali me ci L:j case. N ?! which v.-aj tlxail tLou^ai inrsrau'e, l h csi ar!ri::...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WILL THE OLD COW KICK? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

That poor old cow the Commonwealth Gives a fine yield of golden milk— Eigjohn Forrest, by bluff and stealth, Helps the, States with their game of bilk. They're throwing tho leg'rope once again, With grasping paws, for a greedy gain. 'Waro danger, old cow, or they'll ball you up, Leaviug you lorn, without bito or sup! Sheer off the shoals while there yot be time, Lost you of a bargain bad roplno. Three hundred TvdlliOTi good golden quid, That's the burden they vrish you to bsar. Bang down hard the safe Treasury lid— YOU'VE got burdens enough, and to spare. Cb, "what a lovely scfcoinc of the States! "Come cn, good ccv?, we're all of u: mates." You'll take their DEBTS, and they'll take your GOLD, Then they'll borrow ncain, and YOU'LL BE SOLD. Kick out your hind los; smash up their pail, And back clean out of their canning bail!

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

100,000,00(1 SMOKED ANNUALLV. HAND MADE With Sach A Chance As This. ^/|t..35/"j| // DON'T MISS IT. Tho first slnpmont of my new sea son's goods bas arrived, and for quality and designs they are a wonderful loti Never "beforo liavo I been ablo to show such r. lar^e range of the?o particular Soods. They comprise the newest shades in plain and striped Browns and Grey*, also a big rancft of various fhades and designs in ALL "WOOLLEN WORSTEDS. My price is still tho same, although tho goods are worth doublo tha pricc. SAC 0~/ TO SUIT OOf- MEASURE. SEEING IS BELIEVING. Call in or "Write for S.M. Porm, Tape, and Patterns at oncc. at.y, ONE PBICE. VV. I-i. BRUCE, Tho People's Tailor, 150 BOURKE STREET, iLELBOUSNB. msm THE fcfi AVOY. Kcs 30i-30G LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Nesfc Royal Arcade). MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE. COMPLETELY REMODELLED. LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED. CUISINE UNPARALLELED LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, SUPPERS. IAELE DHOTE Ulu CAME. CATERING A SPECIALITY. E. L. HOSSEN LOFF, Propi-jeto! NiGHTLV F...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

PEARLY WHITE TEETH. j White, Even Teeth are an essential io ; good appearance. Nothing can mar the at traction of even thy most charming face lil:e j defective and u?ly teeth. Nowadays, too, j there n no reason why ercryoco should not i have perfect K-ctb, when Fncli thoronghlv modern Dentistry us \V. E. THOMAS'S can be had at such remarkably low fees. 83 ELIZABETH ST., opp. Equitable Bldg. j UR.IC ACID is a deadly poicon that is produced in the human body, and it ia the duty of the kidneys to collect this poison from tho blood and to pass it safely ous of tho system, to gether with all Traato water. But it do as not take much to set tho kidneys back, and when they get behind they cannot right thexusslvea with out help. Tho uric acid clogs the kidnovs, causing that dull, heavy aching in the back, and sharp twinges when stooping or lifting. It attacks the nerves with neuralgia and sciatica. It brings headache, dizziness, languor, and disorders of tho urine. Try u good kidney medicine...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
GOLDBUG'S SCHEME. FOR A LONDON EXHIBITION. If Daddy Guv-ment Will Find the Dough. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

GOLDBUG'S SCHEME. TOE A LONDON EXHIBITION, If Dadd7 Gnv-ment Will Find the Bough. Blessed with a pachydermatous hide, one Albert Goldie, or "Goldbujj." as be v:as known in Melbourne, a sort of pres^man-cum canvesser, is on the way r.a.'t with a great scheme which he is to guLiu't to the various •State Parliament*, and, incidentally, to the Commonwealth Government. Tea scheme i* the holding1 of an Australian Exhibition iji Lcudou during the year 1916, The scheme j appears to be either tho join:- or several mar vellous inspirations of the paid Coldio "Gold and a land-lot jobber iu Sydney n&:ucd Arthur Kickard. The local daily papers de* cribo Rickard as one of Sydney's wealthiest tneii. They do make rash statements some times. Anyhow, the pair have the Esheme and sot ail thai is needed to make it a ^ngantic success is—the doujjh. Goldie has been at 'Ome for some months laying plana for tbo proposed exhibition AT HAUL'S COURT. It will be typical of Australia, so Goldbug j aueru...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE FIGHT AGAINST FLOGGING. SAVAGERY SHALL NOT SURVIVE. Livid Lashes on Bare and Bleeding Backs. REVIVING THE HORRORS OF CONVICT DAYS. Mr. John Norton to Address Monster Meeting on Easter Sunday Night—To Protest Against the Perpetration of Vengeful Brutality, and Urge the Reformation of Our Penal Laws. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

THE FIGHT AGAINST FLOGGING. SAVAGERY SHALL NOT SURVIVE Livid Lashes on Bare and Bleeding Backs. REVIVING THE HORRORS OF CONVICT DAYS. Mr. John Norton to Address Monster Meeting on Easter Sunday Night—To Protest Against the Perpetration of Vengeful Brutality, and Urge the Reformation of Our Penal Laws. Judgo Eagleson's savage sentenco on young Wildo (a mero youth) of three and a half years * imprisonment, with hard labor, and two floggings of lashes each, to "be inflicted within the fir.it bis months of his incarceration, has aroused the intense and in*linnnt I resentment. of practically the v.-hol" munitv. It hud born thought. that tN> penal legislation of recent yearn -was altogether opposed to th^ former biu* talitv of our prison methods, rind that j humanitariauism had reached a stage j which recognised that reform, and not j brutalisation, was the concreto foanda tion of tho modern treatment of crim inals, however violent anfl brutal of fenders against society they might bo i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

j WIh-n ir« npr-ra;io:H riro'.l- ; Ahvavs—tliw ! i t uiMMf s ri'!; ds.iu'ir; lo tr :<< v.onifnfoJk. owinv' j | 'flic i.wlie-' o' HeiUh j-t fi^htm;: mrurulj . against oj-^nuium o-i woni-.-n, and put* fr.r ; *vard a-» s.n tvUen.aiivi* k hoiro treatment th>t ha* j worked niajrn fl'-'.-nt c:irui wh<»re operations were held I Jo be the only r*-t»«dy. Th& UolJe::'* ha* been In ex« I1 Uti-ncefor many years A book telling fill about this treatment Mtit free to Any address if "J. U rem'ftwi for not'*?*. Send letter* to Dsp? T, l/tdie*' College of iloklih, LouUou llauk Chamber*. U Oiford*au, fijdnej.*

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

DRUNKENNESS CURBS. A Peaceful Home Relieved of a Curs« ITn. 3. V. itrtet: e and for all t!:i,s bj EUCRASY, 1 i'ie KCCUAST tot »b?'l rA'Htnt** Imo ttioimndi ol hklicrui iJfjuUte tircMdta. It doci It« work &> fi'cntly •rid mreljr thit while devot-J wife, daapbter teofci on Ui« drunkard (■ re\'!*lmol with* oat )il« ki gwUJsre. GIVE IT SECRETLY Costs Nothing to Try COUPON. On receipt of thl* Couj<o» mid tbre< itampi for portals wa will Ma'l, p >»: ;nid, n trial pickax® autl uiouniidi uf uitimoainl letters. Address—The Eucrasy Co., 62 Hunter St., Sydney. ■TABLTEHED B. H. NORT< I * Haggard and Old Looking in Early Life. This Woman Lost her Health and Color Through Anaemia—Weak and had frequent Fainting Fits Gained Robust health through Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. ■ Anaemia writes itself on the face of ! everyone whose -blood becomes thin and j watery. Nothing makes young women ! and girls loso their good looks as quick ly as a, state of blo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
JUDICIAL DIGNITY JARRED. UNIMPRESSED DIVORCE PETITIONER. Reserved Decision and Pertinent Remarks. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

JUDICIAL DIGNITY JARRED. ■-UNIMPRESSED DIVORCE PETITIONER. Reserved Decision and Pertinent Remarks. -Mr. Justice Hodges .on Wednesday de livered his reserved decision in regard t-o iht divorce petition of Caroline Williams of Cardigan-street, Carlton, who sought a die solutioa of hvr marriage with Alfred Wil liams on the ground that ho had been frequently convicted during the past five yctuv, jiud bo had b^en sentenced to terms of imprisonment aggregating over , three years. whirls constituted desertion. The marriage took place in January, 1S93, respondent prior to that b"inp a bootmaker. Subsequently he was employed at intervals ' ag & bookmaker's clerk. A few months' rcsi- [ acnco at Filzroy followed on the marriage, , and th^n the coup!" went to Sydney. While : in that city respondent received a sentence : of 14 day*' imprisonment. After he had j scrrcd. that- s<'nlcLce. I UK AND SHD IiETt-'IINTD to .MelVu Jill', auj a few works :.f;crwird> )].-> was srrr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DID HE BRIBE THE BOBBY? MALVERN BENCH SAY "NO." Charge Against Constable Simpson. Motor Cyclist's Circumstantial Story. "A 'Dollar' Will Get You Out Of It." The Case Dismissed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

DID HE BRIBE THE BOBBY? MAI VEEN BENCH SAY "NO." Oliargo Against Constablo Simpson. Uotor Oycllst's Circumstantial Story. "A 'Dollar' Will Clot You Out Of It." The Cnso Dismissed. In view of llio accusations that aro ✓very little while mado regarding the Integrity of stray members of the police force, particular interest was taken in the easo of Constable Oswald Victor Simpson, who- was before Messrs. Mc Millan, ITattam, Patterson, ond Carroll, Js.P., in the Mslvern Court on Monday on a charge of accepting a bribo to forego his duty. Sub-Inspector Sampson prosecutcd, and Mr. X. II. Soncnberg appeared for the accused, who pleaded not guilty. John Waldon, of 30 Cambridge* | street, Collingwood, an iron worker, ; said that on March 22 he was riding i a motor cynlo along Glenferrie-road, 1 Malvern, and when near State Govern ment House he was stopped by aroused, ; who said, "Why aro you making such a row with, your bicycle?" Witness' said his cut-out wns shut, r.nd showed that it was so...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1914. THE DREAD DISEASE. AA SINISTER SILENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1914. A SINISTER SILENCE. fo serious attempt ia being made in ttiTa State to stamp oat syphilis and gonorrhea, winch ato among the most virulent and cruel scourges of society. Tho Watt Government made a political prcteuce a couplo of years ago of in troducing soma much-needcd legislation, and the controllers of tlxo churches hypocritically undertook to cdccato the public as to tbo danger of the dreadful diseases, but nothing has' been accom plished, and'jest 7iov? there is a sinister siJenee, which shows that tho trail of the wowser is over it all. A few weeks ago that bulged-bntined body of scientific funeral producers, the Australasian Medical Congress, debated tho qnestioa in a kid-glove style, and ultimately pusbed it along the counter of tho pill-shop with the tongs and passed along to the'more humanitarian wubjeets of 4t13o V>ogs Haason!" and "Does Tntt»e Willie-Eat Knough Pat to Keep His 'Trousies' Warm!" But the following diplomatic resolution was passe...

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