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ELSIE'S ALLURING EYE. SAUCY SINNER AT ST. KILDA. Fined for Importuning. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

ELSIE'S ALLURING EYE. SAUCY SIKNER AT ST. HILDA. Fined for Importuning. wnjcy-oyed Klsie Ijjiicl:, "hot&as. vhojrt UL*C is the St. Kildn Court MOI*C " she uiJ :i:. t-o wit.. Kiizi-oy-ytrttt. St. Kildn, on thf iiiglu o: iUivh 23."' FJs.'o ba^ padd>'d ih" p^viu'-nt ia St. KiMu ior time- pun. seeking to c^-ch some of the amorous m:i)c- mn^ who wander down to the wupuIm u' lights l'ornicrlv ?hc was in tho vmployni'n; .,s :i doun-sl»e hi tirev-sirect. but i<lc v considurinir there was luorf? p« If in nr.nit ution than in hard wor'.:, «lio (ju;tt«.-d th<.- kitchen for th<> strooU. Plain-dot li-s Coasubh» White has had un observant, optic on -HI* V.* movements of Jate. though. and on Sawirdav night last ho watchod her the ^hid eye freely t.> moii in Fiizroy-Mn-t-t. hf saw Elsio stop a j:?dcsir'ati and -chat him." whereupon ho stepped up to tho nair. and loarnitrj that- sh. h:;-i uthr* chnppio to *'"o ulojt'j- v;:th h'T." or "di<i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HOLLAND HITS HARD. A NEW WELTER-WEIGHT STAR. Tommy Burns's Protege Makes Good. Surprisingly Cool and Clever, He Gives Great Exhibition. Badly Battered McCormick Forfeits £100. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

| HOLLAND" HITS HARD? 1 i A NEW WELTER-WEIGHT STAH. J ! Tommy Burns's Protege Makes Good. 1 ! Surprisingly Cool and Clever, He Gives I ! Great Exhibition. j Badly Battered McCormick Torfeits I I £100. ' when Fritz HoiUad. iroin tin* nm,' at the L>.:de y-str as unperturbed uc ii had ja.xt been through a hi\,:j fxmtniiuu spar. but leaun« behind ' inm a ?;utiy b.ittor-a and beaun Tom Mi" I'ormid:. who ha<i bin u i-w weeks betore locij aceiaimed. in the wrv samr: rii w.-;i«-wo:Sht rhamp-.tm ../the wor)< the' strength e«t" >J<;i ..rmlcil'f. <lnr.V.ll'j ; iiolbcri:, uii'i ih«" r.t-y tip u.' rum- I niiTi oil the (ueas.on of their se-onu meet- j iu?, many wer-- inclined tj ioy'< on h.m us ' the only ouo lu i\aturuay night's eonust, i and to regard Tommy i.urns's very ron- | "hot a:r" tbat'tlu> (^.-ehampiu to time throws off his chest. had ea-vd up too much atter his match with J Wells, and wasn't, in quae the condition he ! mig...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOMBSTONE BOB. THE OLD EX=MEMBER'S YARN. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

TOMBSTONE BOB. THE OLD EX-MEMBER'S YARN. . .Sir Robert Ilcs(, a leading I'loU-ctiohM in Victurin, rcfusi'il Uu' yuHtiou of Minis ter for Custom* in the Cook Cabinet.—Nvwa item. '"Olo Tomh«hjri'-> lle^i w- . luisu H'',] liirn I Full fiiniiv >•«•;».s \Yhfi» llobrrt jan tin- l iinuiti.; :n Soim- cknor c.,vis tin.- m-.i. UciK'uth Thev Kill t; nib«t«n«' nidm'tt — Hut deaths wa-4 s-.ir.v in Hour-; Aud ih.^y tnipiirrl out h*-.-. you Si-e, Tluv could not ,"'11 at licit).;! "licur^e Tinner f-ii?. srvi:.1 :.;nl Upon ilie funds that YKir ; i Ti^lit o" ihe :f::uCiuU'.cial bin ! Ht> roosts—sayj H>>t : 'it's qiK'T— ! Look at this thi^h'-«l s-hip's ncuiitcst. '< Anil ifi(>t ihat line o' ; They Io'k: tui th- ;ip— 1 think v.i'M !,< M | Look out la inai-Mc b.-oin,!* | opi'ii'Hl up lit- PnhlU: Clu'>l— I ifii per mil..' s,ii<i h>—tini'«i in every stoiu- tnai ; "And tb- SMi.-. :u Tun,. i > whim. Uouuhl i;]> thai fji/L'ht .jt !~toin &...

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

TURF TATTLE. Kpsom to-day. I Af»cot on Monday. Kyneton cn Wednesday. Cranbourne on Thursday. Vanguard will be gent to Onk&parinja *u-ly ueit wcok. Coldstream races, on the Tarra Glen course, on Tuesday. More money was lost oror Winning Post in the Aspendale Plate. The Melbourno contingent mastered large ly at the UaJlarat raccj. There was another bumper attendance at Aspendale last Saturday. | W. Fculsham rodo a winning double— j Culma and Flora—et Aspendale. ; The Arganaut ge'dirr Sperry will in i future be trainod at Caulfiold by P. K. Pad- J field. 1 J. X. McGregor »s going to Bandwick to J ride Ciontuf; iu bis engagement* at the A.J.C. meeting. j Obi is to be treated to a few weeks' spoil, j and will theu undergo another Grand Na tional prestation. Widdon will n-t fJlil bis engagements at J OnLapuringa, as hp has been sent to Bacchus j Mar*h for a short spell. S-'C t e t ire .1 t. C. Koatii jg haf rece.vod an -Ah-.T bumps? r rntrv for th« races at Haa^ iug Hock on K: lit...

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

SPENDALE PAlUv RACING THIRD DIVISION HANDICAP. The. horses entered for thij handicap to be divided into throe divisions and tiio stake into thrco staher, of equal amounts. First and Second Division, sis furlongs; Third Division, fives furlongs. £100.—STEEPLECHASE. About t?«o miles. £100.—SANDOWN PARK HANDICAP. One mil''. £90.—JUMPERS' FLAT- RACE. For hor&cs that have started in any hurdle nice or steeplechase prior to the tiiuo of entry. Olio Diile. un<l u tjuurtvr. ALL NOMINATIONS 10s. ENTRIES CLOSE on MONDAY, APRIL G, before G p.m. with th» ««.>yret3ry, nt Mr. M P. C-nsidine's offivp V.R-C liulldinps. 491 Bourke-street, or with Mr. d. W. S. Rowe, secretary Rotehill Racing Club. Eli?.nbeth street, Sydney, before 4 p.m. Iland-c^ps de clared Monday, April 13. R. K. Maitland, b»ndicapper. Winter is coming with its rain» and storms—sco that you arc protected ugainst them, snugly and warmly wrapped in a CASSELLS' Ovcreoat. Adopt our easy, lenient system of pay ment...

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

On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. j Tine, calm, clear morning. Tracks in capi | tal oruer, but not much list work wa« at , tempted. ; Bock Fast and Spring Brook bit cut for a ms.f in l.Si, while Plasticine ran five fur s in 1.8. Siinte Devote an id Ilosyth were uio u: ev«. u time for the 1 atter distance. and i!o;;odsa wont over a furlong less on the couilorlabiy in 5b. Ban •Aiuo travelled • u m'.lo and a quarter < :>n the tan in 2.2d , and for sue furlongs he w as with .Strati. j. who ran thy/finai b-.-vei i oi eight fur It"'-' s in 1.331. Lo:h Aukj* strode alonz at trilling like three-part? npo'.'l. lroh ck out fur six furlongs iu 1.24. una Yin ilaid did a furlong le=s m 1.10. Lan for the latter distance in 1.14, and Antuinett e. Mdoja, and T»nt Dng. Yundilla Kin; I ran a tan live furlongs in 1.9, aud Nan. gum :a Qjecu had a short flutter. Sanctity strode along, Milka.bab ran the last seveu [ of eight furlor.gs 0:1 the tan in 1.59J. Treba | J Burn) bed a trp over b...

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

| gANDOWN PARK RACE& I WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22. ' £100.—HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two | miles. ' £210.—SAN DOWN PARK FlftST, SECOND ■ and T1UUD DIVISION HANDICAP. Tbo j horses entered for this handicap to be ! divided into three divisions and the stake • into thrt*e stakes of eo.ual amounts. First I and Second Division, sir furlongs; Third Divifion, fire turbn?s. | £100.—SANDOWN PARK HANDICAP. One ! mil'1. £?0.-.rUMPERS' FLAT RACE. For horses that have sUuted in nnv hurdle race or steeplechase prior tn the time of entry. One mil'-' and a ^tinner. ALL NOMINATIONS 10s. ENTRIES CLOSE on .MONDAY, APRIL 6. before (j p.m.. with the secretary. Sin down Park office. V.R.C. Ruilding*. 491 Rcurke«strept. or with Mr. G. W. S. Rowe, I secretary Ilosohill Racing Club, Elizabeth • street, Sydney, before 4 p.m. Handicaps declared Monday, April 20. It. K. Maitland, I taodicapper. U. P. CONKIDTTTK, S^o. WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT; Under this Act it will bo necessary for EVERY EMPLOYER to insure his E...

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

CAUJjFXlSIiO. TUESDAY. I Trucks iu excellent conditiou. Weather j aua Uull, uua rather on tijo cold bide. | .Nut, tuuch work 01 uijv iuterest. 1 fcaizau:i and l'ui^et commenced proceed ings by .spurtmg siaartiy. Patriotic coveted a round ot the .«auu at a siiuug pace. t>cot lunu's Hero and 'iai Jiili Were associated ior a mile iu 1.57. Radiator ran a Wile aua u iurloug at au tv-ju ume guit. Mcrnus was .striding aJung, aud Orinoco moved along »t un jui^rovuig paw. \Yes»port rau the .ast nnle aud u iunoug of a milo and & quarter in 2.Si. Sequanous was responsible for three-quarters of a inilo in 1.2Z{. Gunfire, Princess Xeny, Golden I'nucosa, Kttie Kirk, Altar Boy, Golden l'oiut, Light Dragoon, dconser, La Joeonde, Blakeuey, and iiiver Tame were all usefully engaged. McGilvery ran a strong mile and a turlong. Secret. aud La George were associated for three quarters of a mile iu 1.23. Ballydarton spurted smartly. Honorino easiiy covered six furlongs iu 1.22&. Gnazcr ...

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

ENTONE RACING CLUB EASTER SATURDAY, 11th AIT.IL, 19l«. NOMINATIONS will be received op till MONDAY, Cth APRIL, lor the following events 100 Sovr.— HANDICAP 11URDLR RACE. AboQt two uiiiea and twenty yard*. 500 Sov*—FIRST, SiroND And THIRD DIVISION HANDICAP. A divided handicap. eon»titutins three race*. The Firn and Second Division linn* rileapi to i>o each b'-x lurionjf*, and the Third Division Handicap five furlong*. 120 Sors.—MASTER HANDICAP. One zrlle and a SO Sov«.—Y.'ELTER HANDICAP. Tit- Tib. minimum. .Seven furlonira. All nominations 10*. Handicap* declared on Thur** day, 9th April. 11. Kelly Maitland. tundicapper. Sun Building*, 129 Queeii-strcct, Melbourne. U lies, by V.R.C. SATURDAY, l«:h APRIL, 1014. NOMINATIONS will be recoiled up till MONDAY* Cth APRIL, for the foUotviiii: cveiiM 300 fiovi. —FIRST, SKCOND and THIRD DIVISION HANDICAPS. A divided handicap, con>tkMins three race*. The F:r,t DivMon lltnditaii to he live furlong, and the Second atid Third Division Handic...

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

SONfi OF THE SHIFT. A lode of troulle Js ofifn the miner's— that is. when h« i* not in the ve u, anj the bur- | den of his ro»S :s— Pick! Pick!! Pick!!! Yes, morning, noon, anJ night— Pick! Pick! ^4*»ck!! t When the *t:irs are shining bright— A terror is ho to work, And you'll tind hiin u man of thrift, Hia labor he ne*er will thirk, JLnd he ilnz» the Song of the Shift,

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

EM sjsgranaapasarsCTwagaBgro Get Rid of those Painful V&J 3j . Wc'fc^iro* Cisc^sAd s methofi fj of troatmeni b.Y '!»{/:ch tho very .- ' ;-.. >-'-~-''^r~rzr... 'iV-'t'W v;'r','M^ ■fj worst cir.cs of V£yIc'osc Veins cu:? ^2p} ' Until rcc:al voirs a rational cure far Yaricoso Veins was con sidered an imprjr..->ibility. Re source v?aj ahvays bud to thceur geon'a ifknifc, vrhich gave only totriporacy'JteslcTen then painful roliof. . Tho4 o&i^j than tbo diseasoU' method that, inside >iic Cr-st three drawn out, nr.d tbo ultimate gradual contraction cf its restoration tc a normal state, i; a matter only or treatment by wrn^i mad vnll ho 2c tiistenuins vein, and few wechs' continuous "ha Vacsey EVlodePci fiftethod trorl:. B7 tills method Yaricoza rapidly improved and permanently without laying up cr detention fro Veins in a much advanced stage ar> eradicated. Or.regcce they do nor, r' Using this method of external application, not mere than 2 per cent, cf existing...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SWEET 28, AND NEVER BEEN KISSED. ALLEGED AMOURS OF NORTHCOTE NEIGHBORS. Buxom Music Teacher Claims £1000 Damages SAYS SHE WAS ENGAGED TO BUILDER ARMSTRONG FOR THREE YEARS. The Kiss at the Gate on Henley Night. JURY AWARDS PLAINTIFF £225. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

ALLEGED AMOURS OF NORTHCOTE NEIGHBORS. : Buxom Music Teacher Claims £1000 Damages SAYS SHE WAS ENGAGED TO BUILDER ARMSTRONG FOR THREE YEARS. The Kiss at the Gate: on-Henley Night. JURY AWARDS PLA1NTIFF.\£225. llutlpc Wa#1ej\ fcHUnjr >n Coimty^ Court I jurisdiction, with a special jury Vrt. • four, j on . Friday of lust week ooihuv-h'M.it i Ita hearing of the claim of Eiiivnor. | June Anno Flanagan,©flO Armndale-stm-l, : Northcotc, for £l,u00 as damage* for broach j of promise of marring from David Cunning, haiu Armstrong, btiilder, of ♦ Anoadalr.-. I vtrort, Xorthcole. I ELEANOR JANE FLANAGAN. | Mr. O. A. Maxwell (instructed by Messr=. , 1 Snowball and Kattfraann) appeared for tie j I plaintiff, and Mr. II. I. Cohen (instructed by ! Mr. J. R. Thomson) :or the defendant. I Mr. Maxwell, in a brief opening, said the I PARTIES FIRST MET t at a church function in September, 1910, [ and became engaged in the following Janu ! arv. During tbp throe ensuing year? tbeir relations were thos...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WHY SUPERINTENDENT BECK RESIGNED. BARMAID'S BEAUTIFUL BABY. Charming Concubine at Geelong. STORY OF OLD AND ROMANTIC ATTACHMENT. Fond Female Follows Beck With Baby. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

WHY SUPERINTENDENT BECK RESIGNED. BARMAID'S BEAUTIFUL BABY. Charming Concubine at Geelong. - STORY OF OLD AND ROMANTIC ATTACHMENT. Fond Female Follows Beck With Baby. Nothing more romantic in the shape of a love story has created so much comment in po!ice circIes as the attachment of Superin tendent Beck for a beautifuJ barmaid, an attachment that has existed between the pair for years, and which has in the end led to departmental investigation and the resig nation of the superintendent. Superintendent J. W. Bcek is no chicken. Being 57, years of age, one would think that be was old enough to know better than to keep up veiled relations with a young woman for such a length of time, especially after having previously been warned of the eventual consequences of the concubinage. He is a married man with a wife and grown up family. The wife has always lived in town in a fine house at Royal Park, while the superintendent went unhampered into the country districts. Beck's concubine is a d...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CIVIL SERVANT'S DIVORCED WIFE. ASKS FOR ALIMONY. Profits and Losses of a Boarding-house Disclosed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

CIVIL SERVANT'S DIVORCED WIFE. ASKS POK ALIMONY. Profits aad Losses of a Boardinghouse Disclosed. Some interesting disclosures were mauc ia the Practice Court when an application camo beforo Mr. Justice a'Beckett on Friday to fix permanent alimony to bo paid to Maude Marion Fox, of Taylor-street, Moonee Ponds, who in November last was divorced from her hnsbend, Thomas Barter Fox, storeman in the Victorian penal establish ment, and at present living at the fashion, able boarding-house, "Belmont/' 146 Gray street, East Melbourne. Mr. Haydn Starke (instructed by Mr. J. V.'oolf/ appeared for tho applicant, and Mr. W. H. Magcnuis (instructed by Mr. H. M. Davis) for Thomas Barter Fcx. Mr. Starke explained that Fox wa3 in re ceipt of about £5 a week. Prior to the divorce which tho then presiding Judge had granted, the new divorced wife had con ducted this boarding-house at ''Belmont." It wis now being conducted by Fox's new wife, Florence Fox. Profits had been, made out o{ th* house in the...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BATTERSBY'S BOTHER. ECHO OF DIVORCE PROCEEDINGS. Appeal Against Maintenance Order. Couple Disagree After Twenty Years' Married Life. Efforts Towards Reconciliation. Case Adjourned for a Month. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

BATTERSBY'S BOTHER.   ECHO or DIVORCE PROCEEDINGS.   Appeal Against Maintenance Order. Couple Disagree After Twenty Years'   Married Life.   Efforts Towards Reconciliation. Case Adjourned for a Month. The troubles or Isabella Margaret Battersby, boarding-house keeper, of Bloomfield-road, Ascot Vale, and James Mrvir Battersby, carpenter, in the era ploy of tho Railway Department, were again under the public notice on Friday week last, when in the General Session.", before Judge Johnston, the latter ap pealed against a maintenance order inade by the Flemington Bench on Feb ruary 24 Dr. A. E. Jones appeared for the appellant and Mr. S. E. Holrovd, in structed by Mr. Macfarlane, for the respondent. The parties had been married in 1SP3. Early in 1911 Battersby left home, and last year sued for a divorce on the ground o£ constructive desertion, al leging that hi* wifehad refused him conjugal rights since 190?. Tbe evi dence during the he...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE USE OF THE LASH. "A Valuable Means of Punishment." SUGGESTED TO TRY IT ON THE SUFFRAGETTES. Flogged Soldier's Description of His Terrible Ordeal. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

THE USE OF THE LASH. ! A Vtiluable Means ol rimisliiiieiit. | SUGGESTED TO TRY IT ON THE SUFFRAGETTES. I Flogged Soldier's Description of His Terrible Ordeal. •Itukv ICuslcsoii's s- nlriioc of iwo floi^inv> within six months pa^rd on the boy Wild. pa>t, nabb ciplin-, and ^duration in Kit-Hand. Until a melioration ayo, soldier* sail-ir-j \vi• r< flowed almost to •he .•ati»*.iiinp-tailp tor i-h«» most ui "!ff• 11 ('o- a^ain-i disciplnif. In the law i Nm\ . th-- law has hi ,-n t'liiii'K'ti'il t>i 11 ;iijj>■ l\ ' WH1TK M.AVF.UY." Tin- .1:1II.I\ ui.i' I .i- mi'.-ii..!»-• Vui- , th.-l on cf;ciwl«-ithe law lias | «tifr-,iv failed t<> pi udiicv any <J«i« rrm? j ■ rlb-cl. The lucre imp i-onmetii ,-t th>- [ s«ull rai:ct t ha* b-ru f <jH o w t-ci by outbreaks, crc.it<-r in imnib<r ami inmh iow.. Th-reform, it is ar^ted that . lAowJ nr...n l\v m. Th,- Ki.JU'n s ilTr.i-ftt< v h^ve ]nt<!v. ni...

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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

FROOTOIDS Cure Headache, Indigestion, Constipa. i tion, and Biliousness. Tfaey are elegant : in appearance and pleasant to take; 'they are immensely ruor* valuable than . an ordinary aperient; they remove from j tlio blood, tissues, and interna) organs, t waste poisonous* matter that u clogging i them and cbokiug the channels that icad i to and from them. Frootoid.s are THE BEST I aperient medicine to take when any ■ Congestion or Wood Poison is present, or when Congestion of the Brain or : Apoplexy is present or threatening. They ' have been tested, and have been proved to afford quick relief in .such case.1? when i otlier aperients ha^e uot done any good ;it all. Frootoidfl are absolutely un ; rivalled for FAMILY : use; tbeir beneficial effects are evident t by the disappearance of headache—a 1 bright cheery sense of perfect health taking the piaco of shtggoh depressed feelings, by the liver acting properly, and :<v the food bein^ properly digested. Frootoida are a very...

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Society's Greatest Scourge CAUSE AND EFFECT CONSIDERED. Wanted—A Better Economic System. A BELIEVER IN PLEN[?] OF PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

Society's Greatest Scourge CAUSE AND EFFECT CON. SIDERED. Wanted—A Eettei' Economic System. a bei.tf.veh in pi.t'nt r of riM-iiiMrN/'. (From Brisbane "Truth,") nftr*I-rent. Toowoomba, Mr. Rodway .Iran r.lth the cause* tvhlrh '1 Up to tho-f condition* of llf- which «jr f"r the spreading of syphilis and other ^ /on'J .T"°. Wr""r hi. e '.onuuernbly by harplnr overmuch on l»l . n*nt a>* n deterrent to immorality. Inter aim. ammiqii the many lead •• ZmTu'-'-'"'""'" ,uirrv,«v.-«!.i »»y Brlsban* dJToil t Including minister*. 0nd POlltlrlan?, nti this «i.i« i vTf,uh has. b.v ttm way. token th» niViV ; a view to leadening |n* e\ll>. wax Mr. Sharp*. M.H.R.for Oxley, nnl n? ju kT* Op,n1on' on thl" matter, Ju '£h 1 ^ ,n »ympMhy with. That '"i he stated that the position wan AOOftAVATED BV tub TREATMENT OS . H'OMRX under our economic, and industrial Lr7'or.''' >»>*■" 1., im»!erntocwl LkiL ■ °r.- weal^ distribution U/ *,omttnr y comfort and nocurity I- made to depend Sn her nucces* fa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

\; Dr. Henry Westwood Cooper, M.D., Etc.. jimoothlv, hfaltliilv, and vl«i»rou*ly. nuklnn you fool—AND KNOW—YOU ARE A PERFECT MAN. 1i- hi '.-urn r:o.:- ami .'..'vltalisinp ailments. v.-hi<.U he know* lis- mi open book. He 1-cl.l tV-r hU'.vst prof.^tonal qualifications'. anil hi.; methods arc 1:11 in th-:r i-r5i.-ai.-y. r\<n in the cm-*t Jon^-. iamiint; and obstinate if v(h: arr harassed ami hampered because you are ailing, let biai i<Mp you. H-* will *le> it at ibo least expense pos-siMe. No Fee is Charged an' •u mn, -a;,!; m ■!.. ..a. Mis opinion will be expert and eacdid. 11- is re^is .-r-s.t :-y Ir.t-::!...t Ho.irJ?. i'.M.'.. rI'o.N KIM. If you cannot. i 1. Tvrii-'' "nim fvilly and plainly. Till .vlll hi? ■ Pnm-. " i lr .ilrb arid <>'. la-'a and sr. k. iv. sosra, m.B., Etc., ■ MILTON ilOL'SK. :C7 IILIZADJCTH-ST.. isTDNHV. • : rt.«i your M-'dical Book, under pliia cover. •TTT P if VITAL VIGOR RENEW ED. NESVOUS DEBILITY CURED, Suffer...

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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

THE NEW VERITAS. Established 1S55. Sales total 500,000 yearly, Fifteen years' written guarantee. Takes Parts Same as Singer. Duplicate Parts can now "be obtained is Every City in the World. There are no Sewing Machine* made in Australia, though some import cheap made machine* under patriotic names in the hope to make people believe so. PRICES:—Hand, from £2 173. Gd., with cover; Treadle, with cover, £3 173. Od.; Drophecds, £4 l,"s. We are forcing the price down. Needles for every make of machine 6<3' dosen. Bobbins 3d. each. Shuttles t*d. each, Oil ».<3. bottle. Orders of 2a. Cd. ofi o\cr seat post free to any uddre?s in Australia. Call or write for catalogue. d, ® r< tfii'S ft £**a EgT Y, EJ CENTKEWAT. off CoIHns-street, opp. Allan's; 282 CHAPEL-STREET, PRAHEAN (ARCADE, opn. Big Store}; 23 ARCADE. ADELAIDE. Buy Your EASTER and WINTER REQUISITES through THE EXTENSION AGENCY at Cash Prices, and at the same time have the advantage of five months' credi...

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