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EPSOM MEETING. Programme of Events. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

EPSOM MEETING. Programme of Events. The following is tlie programtno of events io to decided at Epsom this (Saturday) afternoon HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two Miles. John 11 9 Rogue Harum . 9 7 Port lock 11 7 Blunt Cartridce 9 0 Urmnie GMjrge 11 5 Treba 9 •*> Mi'.kabah ... 9 11 Barfieur 3 0 Sam Cook 9 13 Patriotic 9 t) EPSOM HANDICAP. Quo Mile and a Quarter. I.07U 9 4 Yuranigh'§ Delphic 8 10 Daughter ... 7 «> Pclly Brown ... 3 6 Radiator 7 2 Tree Knight ... 8 6 Mountain Oak . G 12 Prinze Aurate . 8 !S Breastwork ... G 7 La George ... . 7 12 Wingarara .... G 7 Lord Grey 7 7 Sccotra 6 7 Hamburg Belle 7 5 Allansford .... 6 7 WELTER HANDICAP. Scten Furlon®». Rr.callcr 10 10 McAlpin 8 8 Third licit ... 10 2 Monody 8 7 Lord Dudley . 9 12 Gold Braid ... 8 5 Prince Aurate . 9 9 Little Friar ... 7 13 Roscview 9 8 Skybolt 7 12 Polly Browa 9 Rata 7 10 Cuius 9 4 Belleville 10 9 0 Honorine 7 9 Truganini . 8 15 Thundershock . 7 Winning Post . . 3 15 Lynceus 7 T.acus . S 15 Stephanos ... . 7 7 Y:...

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

THE TTCiSTEH CRISIS. Mr. Wiliiam Jackson, 435 LitUt* Collins Btroet. writes;—--,At {bo annual emoke night of the Irish National Foresters sorne interest iu? speeches were rowle. Mr, Choney'a remarks I pass ovor iu a single sen tence, Evidently l bo British Govern ! went 'enow that recent Brents in Ulster 1 are not 'itnp.idoijf, brazen bluJT,' or th-->y | would not have resolved cn making the di?* posit 'on of troops and the storing of am munition as rr.psricd iu the newspapers. Mr. Preuder^ast, M.L.A., who made a 'Hyinj visit.' to Ireland, evidently wisb'd his licaf rrs to infer that- the Anti-Home Rulers wero chiefly aristocrats. This is entirely mislead ing. Tin* general synod of the Church of Ireland, iIm pencral nimbly of the Pros 1 •y'.crian Ch'ir:h, and the Mc.hod<st confer • ii-L*. composcJ of cirr^ynir'n an1! l"ymcn, r.M p-.ir.sed strongly worded rt.-*0!utioii«; by overwhelming majorities :»^ains-t the Iloine Utile Bill. Harhnd and \VoolfT, Ltd.. the «jnin«Mit ...

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

SUFFERED SIX YEARS WITH BACK AHD KIDNEYS. * *1 Was Doubled Up Pais, and liad to Tiko to ily Bed." "I buvrt suffered with uij buck ami kid- j ueya for the lust mx years, and sometimes I | got io bud that 1 cuuid not go to work," write., Mr. (Jeoige lie/nieyer, 75 Victoria I struct, Windsor, Victoria. "I bad to swp i iu bed for three weeks at a time. 1 bud to 1 slop work ctrlj iu the day, and camc bourn i quite doubled up -with rain, aud take to my ! bed, and 1 alwaya wanted to bo aJoco. I j waa too ill to speak to anybody. I could j not even speak to my wife. The forcc of | the pain sftucd to Ut« tbe speech from me, , and my wife used to rub my back vrith liui- j a)t*nts. I alio wore a red belt, which v.*as i ordered from tba doctor, but nothing in the : wide world could iio me auv good. Nothing j did rue a scrap of good until a lady was iclJ- ! »*it» my wiiV of Hr. Sheldon's CJ n Tills being I u real good tar.; for kidney trouble, and so j mv wife «;«H a bottle re:* me. They are ;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

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"THE SIGHT OF HELL!" IGNORANT INKSLINGERS INDICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

"THE SIGHT OF HELL!" IGNORANT TNKSLINOEBS INDICTED. I People who read the daily newspaper* uud accept them us being authoritativo ou every , conceivable subject uro occasionally, or, no j doubt, oitcn, uadly and baUly "tucked iiu" ! If anything Was wanting to indicato how i pos.ttvely ignorant daily nuwspapers are, j how dangerous indeed is the "iiiilo learn- ! ing," neccbaary Cor a daiiy newspaper editor, i it is supplied by u rrceiil cabkt>'am 01 tuo ] "Times" ami "feydney bun" bcmas, wh.ch | dealt with ihe denunciation, in London, by ' tin; "Christian Commonwealth" of a publica- J iion entitled, ".V Sijjht of Hull," written by i u Cntbolta priest in Dublin. Presumably, thy "Christian Commonwealth" is a woulul j wowser print, ever ready to rai-»o tho sec- ) tarian battle-cry, and presumably conducted , by individual* just as ignorant us our daily j paper ink-slingers and editors. And in giv- \ inif publicity to thn "Time*"' end "Sydney i Sun" cubic, in, at any rate, the form th...

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

BED PLAGUE IN LOLLY SHOP. J A' Clifton Hill correspondent supplies- still 1 •mother rumple of the unsuspected pre. j valence and hidden duikers of the . j l'lr.«uc scotirse. He writes — "On Monday Ia3t, n girl wlm had li'en em- I plryod iu a confectionery r.hop iu a populous I Buljcrh was removed iu an ambulance, j •uSieiinj severely from syphilis, which bad bnlfPri out ou her face. It is stated that sac coul! acted the disease from a tramway I employee, and that sh^ in turn ha* com- | jnnniciited it to fvcral of bii mate*. There j miviy 111r»cs a vjitm- of qix-at danger tj th<> j tiHvoIlii.- puhli.' in th.« polluted persons of j men wlni have to <:-rvu out chance and v.-hito what can i,e. thoi-f.'ht of a ' »Ute of affairs tliat p'-iu>iit^d of n k.;M tu Imv hern ignorant ut Imr awful con- , diliou. s<-iviii£ nut easiiv coniamiuative eat- i uU« •» to ynunj children and cthcr?r" 1

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

BEAUMARIS TRAMWAY. 'i'hus '"Observer,'' Black Il'jck, oa a much | di?wias?cd qucatiou -Ucin^ a constant tra. vcller by the Beaumaris horse-tram, and hav ing enjoyed therefrom view* 0f the delight ful beauty spots alon^ tho beach, I have been watdM*~ with interest the derelop mrn(« in »oi:nrction with tri" proposal electric Iramuiy. To me ii promise* to be ' anything but :i ,i:ecrs:. bre.u;^ the Govtrn inent is contemplate its construction where , n<> Olio will choose to po, except a few in- i forested laiif] spociihtora and coif player?. ' If the Government an? ror.My in earnest in ! I hi? matter, let them build the (runway *Iong the borurh and on to Mordiailoc, the way thither lemli?-- itself to the formation of fln enehantinc parade or boulevard, but i in such things Victoria senna wpe?u!!y be. : Lind tho times."

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

TAMAE TOWN TP.AMWAYS. "L. S.,'' Launcc3ton, writes-.— "A nien little agreement has recently boon £3tod up bcf.veon the Luunc^ston Municipal t.'uuneil n;;<l its employee-; on the water votks, tno stune qua.ry. mid other branches of the sctv:ci\ witb all vxcepl the trauwaj men. A pnort timo ago the "Kiaminer" came out wiiij the startling iuiormation that the IrauMlrivers wen; demanding 15s. per dieni and an annual fortnight's holiday on i'ull paj. When told it was burking up the wrong tree, it went r.our on the K.T.K.A. for urtf* icak:ng confidants of the Uunkies on its staff, Luc. never by any ohane" dors h ven tilate trammi''s' troubles. What about ih«» trick tlip tramway commute of tU«3 council j-lcyed (be initial employe's, who were en gaged on the understanding that they would j receive an annual holiday on full p^y and [ half-pay during siekne?s? This operated f< r I a shott time, and thru, without warninc, was cut out. Until recently the tiatn men received...

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

HEROIC (7) COOKIES. '•\V. J.," Kaneira, has ft tilt r»t iUe oockie ! who Iuvca to pose as a plodding pioneer, but I who is eternally squenJituj for Government i or other assistance. lie writes'"The car- • dical weakness of the blataut hero of the ; bu^i is (o figure, solely tor his own utnuse- j incut- and advauecmcnt, as a pioneer. There • is plorv in it; also cifti of licb areus. uti restricted apoon-teedin;;, -railway conec^sious j —and about the only eertain opening to | wealth for conceited loafers in the Common* ! ■wealth. An unassuming person would wall: j nwoy iuto the bua}i and make a mod-I farm j of a square mile without fits'. 31c would j not cry poverty, Lut would dis?u;s* it. .Not ; for a dozen winning doublo3 would he no fjlcct lo repudialp' th.»t he v.ua not only J witlmut means of support, but that he owed | for last year's trrado dumpling. Jj he want- : «d water he would dij a hole and store the ! element when it fell. If he wanted seed- j wheat he would po out and ...

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

EXCOGITATIONS ON EVIL. AND VAPORINGS ON VIRTUE. Dean Mercer has been expounding the Scriptures in Wcrttralia, and, incident ally, or rather astthe star turn of th< evening, hold forth on tbo evils oi gambling. We agreo with every wor." uttered by him. Gambling io an Evil, , and the pnrson who goes in for gamb- J ling, on the cbanco of making a big ' scoop, has a chance of ending up in tho gutter. Gambling is an Evil; in fact, 1 if wo woro in form we would go so far ! as to say it is a vulgah Evil. | But thero is one thing that Dean Mer- j cor, and all social reformers, most un- i accountably fail dealing- , with Evils, Roerfdl 6*r othcrwisQ^.ubd that • is that Evib/are the things that.'-paV the piper, and/n^ak$ tUp. ctitfnii^ run!" jEvi! has to partita whacft to'ine uplil^p of , the Statoj\S).fact, more than ifo fair whack. v -j i VIRTUE'DOHS NOT PAY. Why? Virtue, It is asserted, is its own 1 reward, "but Virtno goes unscathed of The tax-gatherer iu almost every coun try,...

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

Mother white elephant. i . i White Elephant! White Elephant! Why ever did I buy thee? ! Many and many a tima before I'ra done the same old thing. I You axo tho same White Elephant—why ever did I try thee?— I Th® same old Maffra Mongrel, in the guise of a Sugar King. | White Elephantl White Elephant! I thought you would Beetroot to me. ; I built no up a factory tall and went to wide expense; You waved your trunk and trumpeted you'd beet to sugar tura for znfr— i Tho public curse me for a fool and say I have no sense. | White Elephant! White Elephant! I don't care If we do go bung: ! There's gold of tho public Donk to waste on another such scheme. \ Dairying may of starving die. and tho necks of all fowls bo wrong— I We'll proudly point to tho wreck and say—•'Well, we might haro been."

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 — 4 April 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. J in train for a 9.8 tourney "Youny" Erookca wrircd iiorn Sydney on Tuesday amd Loe Johnson on Wednesday. * •* Tho return match between McCoy and Say lor will probiblj- tfcka plao 38th inst. I<<\> Cojle, who bu* enrolled under t ;.im (fray banner, wants to rn^t fra .»V,rady, Frank Carroll, or Kdfli© Newhoti MeConuick wants • another tilt at his j Aim-ricao conqueror. Jf ho «l<><sn't pet if-, : he "ill probablv return to England forth- , viih. ; The following arc still left in the 3.8 tour, j ney at tho M.A.P.: — Strahan, Toarse, Monty, j "cWilliam, Dyer, Jordan, ^parpo, and j 'tapper" O'.N'ciil, a lighlvre'^h*. -who j| look inc. forward fo doing great. thJnjs in Aus tralia, arrived in Svdncv by the Sonoma the other day. Thcro is pjctv probabilitr of P-dker and Lane meeting later in the searon in Me! bourne, that is. if Saturday night's «Httir "Battling .Tack Taylor. *bo has born traiiiiucr Tom M-Cormiek. will ni^ke hi...

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

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

iisyirfir Everyone should coinpcte in ibis plcasam and in ;jOO Lasa frizes. struclive Competition, and t ,t . -«-> •» ^ «n everyone has an equal chanec of winning the Grand Prize of £100. No special literary ability or anything ot" ihut sort is rc uuired. All you have to do is to write down all the words you can make from tu\: eleven different letleis conUi v;ij in ine phrase "lCep?tn!dol foilIs pair. ' Yen si:up!y have to make as many words as you can. Only i-hi^lii.h words in common use. and recognis ed by Iv.v.li.-'ii dictionaries to be used. i;OR Kk.nmi-i.k : Dale— Had—I'olre—Xose—Adhesion. Di^clc-ie words, dialect words, foreign phrases, proper nam??—i.e., names of persons and places IlOt allowed. A^o U'nrlc 'o v:ed morr iiun otter in each u'orJ. |~Kpt.US AKiTitoaiPiT.'OftS pyljeim'ETiTIO.V I uili be allov.ed to compete. 7. In cue of a lie fcr any one prize the atncur.1 v,:I! he clivided equtlly. No p-»::on wili be riven mere than or.s prize, tSiouph ni! wringer: oi the ram;...

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

HER AKSWER. •'/Wliat"shall I send th?o, say, ' • ■ --Lady-love; miner' On tU:s. tfiy natal* dav. SbaHjt ho jewel rare, ^ Lady-lore, mine? That with world-Talued'glare, •May in thy- sunny, hair1 " . Brilliantly ,shin£? • j Envying. ;letymaid;.bebo!d . .i . Its'lustre there, •>-. • " Set- in,tliafe. natural, gold— v Thine, auburn hair. , , ; ''Shall T'send cosUy'laee,:'- • ► Lady-love, mine?. -Thy snowy breast to £Tace, Lady-lore, mine ' Vinccnnes or Brussels dear— Bright shawls from far Cashmere, Or silks from foreign Frere, Chaste in design? Shall I with pearls thy neck , Or wit!i rich fabrics dec!: Thy form divine? '•Shall I art-tro:.s-',re s?fik, Lady-love, mine? Ca-qU^ or v.'?* antiqii.?, L^ce, rem?, or jcwell-ry— Say. which the cjft eh a J) be: Which e'en thy fancy free Crave-. shall bo thine." Blushes her phcel; sulluse— Answer 1 pot: "Love does cot care to cfcocas— SEND HE THE LOT.**

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ALLEGED RAPE ON A MARRIED WOMAN. Man From Lower Moira Indicted. Remanded to Nathalia Court, Bail Being Refused. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

ALLEGED RAPE OK" A MAEEIED WOMAN*. Man From Lower Ivloira Indicted. Remanded to Nathalie, Court, Bail Being Refused. I • An ■unkempt, roughly«clad younj married man, a' laborer, named John Edward Mark, was "before tho City Court Bench on Satur-. . day, Mr. P. J. Dryer, P.M., presiding ' charged that at Lower Moira, near Xathaha, on January 28 he did feloniously assault and ravish," against her trill, and carnally know 'one Margaret •Smedley. -Accused was de* • fended' by. Mr. C. EaTiiett. Deieeti**.Xeil -Olbojni. gayc. jwidence - tbaf . .Ai. li* arrested accused on wairantatFootscray,,..' ^yesterday oix the charge? Accused admitted . his identity. The informant in tho case, witness understood, is a married woman. H«. asked for a remand to tho nearest court, Nathalie, till April 2. ; Mr. Barnett: Is it liofc a fact that after ^ the date of the alleged' offence accused and his wife continued to reside in the district, -and was it not published in the local paper /'* at.'the time that ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARNING THE RENT. "Cabbie Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

EARNING THE REfJT. "Cabbie Jim" in London. Thi;« 'ere ;iit: nuotlur aspect Mist«r Norton. to l>c sure, Of the nnprol rclcd — (Which von hasn't heard afore.) Every day we reads of ruin Of .voting females?, by them brulcs WJio lias cash, but not no murals— Just expecting where it suits, And we hears about the traflij lvxory day, iu pore girls' flesh, Ah have been trapped iti ami broken In the cunning Serpent's mcf<h. Likewise how them furrin Dook-Snoo** Uuir.s girlies everywhere— Laving out of plans to catch Vra Anyhow—just foul or fair. But there are another aspect Which are quietly <?schcwed, And wo neTer don't hear mentioned Why? Because its much too rude. Kudo or no:. d>-ar Misior Norton, You do rj|] ;t spide a spade ; i.»r jor <'.u-h purpose mad®. Kmt siii'c thi> world be^an, , Doii'i think ii uri- m-Ci-^at.v iu eoneidcr of tin- Man. Nt-u'r iliiui: li- ii'-ed-. (jVoucuon Fiuii. the riiodi's; jincni'e. Who do c.im lirf glamours on him Will...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LURED FROM LONDON. DOMESTICS, FARM WORKERS, AND LADS Filled Up With Hot Air By Immigration Mercenaries, Who Are After Capitation Grants and Shipping Coms. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

LURED FROM LONDON. ' DOMESTICS, PAP.LI WORKERS, AND LADS Tilled Up With Hot Air By Immigration Mercenaries, Who Are After Capitation Grants and Shipping Coma. i'Ai»M wokkkils Wum.d. M-jm-y is t-aved quickly by A:: n raiu's liiirLly-jjuid I'anu labors*. Thrift\ v.-urfcois s'.-ou b< subsiamiai f.iri:;. ;■>, Lar.'u .* Victoria rvn-1 X.'x S-.r.ith \V'iK-; wa.-os from £1 to 25-. ;• wcv:: and f r < - - board and lod^'ii!?; war!: ~ r- | by Govern ment : y"i':n!v :**"•: .:c-- 1 s*.';;uii!:i|) ]:a» hj^cs. App'y. II« rvn .Ion-;- „ud Co., 5 Terrace-road, Aiv.-ry^i v.-y ii. LADS. LAD*. r.ADr\—Th- hawWc-i, healthier. !ir\- in.- j'.r.ii-ii i:ui, ;umi 10 to 20 years is on Ik:' i-n, :tktoi:* i.inns in N-.-.v South Walts a si i Vi.H'-'ii.i; h't-h. rihnate M'.v.l. Ail in-i ;'ri riu hoys may mi'm.- .m'.i.i] i'anu"r-. Pi-'viou-. jWaiaL'rs; Im re ; hmjn lo si.i-l t'iorn IPs. I'J V.".' • i u:id : quick i::crc-r^c -; ^ un.jxh.-.-i d by Go vernment. Apply. Ih-b-rt Juuri an'l Co., A...

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

ANTINEURASTHJN nf.RVK AND JiiLAIX roon TAJJLKTS Are tbc s«-rit niiii- r»;j-uit «i t'ne p-search work <>: en- ;T.-.iiLsl authorities aud spt They build up th': r.«*rvoui bystow by a prj~e.-.; ot nafiral nutrition, and the beut-Gt iraiii**ci is la*tin;r mid permanent. ; NKUVH, FOOD iriv* s Woiidc-fill r'-Miiis in j ii;.-Ic.J and n.t.n '• l«i 1 nvpi'struiri and r xhi'isuui:, and uu ae : count ot' iu ijcn.-.'ir ial cfu-n ; TH]•! ULOi.Ht • jjn iiluabl" m esse* | li.-m, etc. Anuneurasiliin sdio** ivn;arkabie effect thj: i>no(. i>s or .s l'tkjtio.v. i ::n-i niuikcd :md imin--dijic bi>nt?fi: in vr ' pUinls arising Hum \v«-.iJ; <Jiiu!x, U;->-i | a, an J ntaliitM ritii,n. AliniHrlir.'Killill t .IjK-diti-rf tin; biood (by un iii'.T.-.Ve oi :vd curpus-.'b.-w, and I't'Wn » it iu a healthy (cudit,ioii. 1; jr: i'l. M.-. i. mrai-l "rilvlty ai;11 ;y/icrai).. , Kiroit^-tb !!•; t!.? nr-rvotK sy.-u-ui as wdl c< : lii" iiby<njn-'. Tu aum'uiv ral...

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

NOT WORTH WHILE. It is certainly not worth while for anyone to ondurv which can uu avoided. Pain is really ii drain on viiulity. It i» impo-oiblc lor anyone who sulfc-rs from piin to he us ctii-.-if-nt as if paiu v>< ro -absent. A lar^ number of p.'oplr, howrvrr, »o through iiiV uClirted with ailments which Co imt incapacitate th^m trom performlu^ th< ir ■ lutitw, but whic ir»'u doin„' th<-ir best. lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia, Hood dWordl ^t'tu-ral diibilitv, ^ravid, sum.' -unl vvliich afCicL mMiy of un, and which aio gem-rally caus.'d by rt-U-ntiuti of uric, and biliary poisons m •.ho s.vstwn owin^ to dof«*ctiv«> action of ihe l:i<in<-ys and livor, and which would appear if th>^ kidneys un-J livt-r propt-rly per formed tln'ir i'uijl: iop;:. VV&rbcr's Safe Cure kidricv itud liu-r jvtnedv, which Jius fui in fcrcrs 'from uuy of thi» n-'s Safo Cure i> sold by chei rc'.^per;* rvervwherp, both in (5s.) bottle* un...

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