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PAGE'S PRANKS. Tilts at a Tartar in Tanner. And Retires Rebuked. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

PACE'S PRANKS. Tilts at a Tariur in Tanner. And Retires Rebuked. Cr. Pago, Mayor of Port Melbourne, and I Justice of the Peace by virtue of b:» office, lias been making himself remarkably conspicu* oua o* late as a champion of ultra-Radicalism. lih mission in Ufe teems to be "agin the (loverumenb" every time and all the time. Wheu the lip-loyal justices of Richmond ro fused to sit on the beach with the Republican Cr. Webber, because at a banquet which ho care to his fellow-councillors he omitted the name of the Kins from the toast list, it was Page who repeatedly stepped into the breach, and, sitting with Webber, formed the necessary court of two magistrates to carry on the business. Page not only defies the patriotic convention which insist* upon toast ing the Kins, but he sets aside tho conven tion which obliges a man to wear a costume when ho is bathing in the Yarra. 1 Those who rush in where .angels fear to tread are likely to fall into the fat, or into some other unpleasant pre...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MR. "SPEAKER" MEAGHER. ST. RICHARD DENIS. MORE MEAGHER MENDACITY. Miserable Machiavellian Misfit. To JOHN NORTON, Esqre., Proprietor and Conductor of "Truth." THE BADGERING OF MR. SPEAKER MEAGHER. YOUR PERPETUAL PERSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

-BBR, 'SPEAKER" MEAGHER. •.ST. RICHARD'DENIS. MORE MEAGHER MENDACITY. Miserable Machiavellian Misfit. To JOHN NORTON, Ksqro., rropriotor and Contluolor of "Truth." TUB BADGERING OF MR. SPEAKER MEAQHEE. YOUR PERPETUAL PERSECUTION. Dear Sir/ After reading your leading article on Mr. Speaker ilcagber, printed in your laat issue, it is incomprehensible to tno and others, that you, a staunch Anglican—a man who baa from t-ine to time quoted many parables from tbo good old Boot in support of your arguments on religious matters, should at this tbo festive season, when "Peace on earth, and goodwill lo all nun" should be your TO pis sage to the many thousands of people who read "Truth" "take up arras" ouce more against a man, who despite his alleged faults in the past, which are magnified by you every time you attack him, is morally, socially, and intellectually your compeer. Why do you 60 unmercifully pursue Mta gher with a vengeance unequalled only by tie maddened Corsican who loots apon a ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. Labor Opposition to Premier and Attorney-General. A QUESTION OF TACTICS DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

Labor Opposition to Premier and Attorney General. ~ A QUESTION OF TACTICS DISCUSSED. oZh- ta'nt"I i\ I . fc onivulrouft npjrit ' tl, .r« reciprocated; and 1 K,lvr'"l notably " being' ti "i. 11,0 '"ttcr r i ,tl.,° Tfomiors constituency. i n,„ , r°""5 ^ « Labori'lO : Mv nd o 1 T' *ho- 5i,,co 1,0 ,ast ' Mr Witf ] M Usk °f ul"^tinK -lr. Matt, lias blossomed into a local not'T-I r' "-d hiS s"PP°rt«rs, Who are not lad,,in enthusiasm, appear imagino that ho ha., a Zpo ol ~ I1U nas a h f ; 50:11 from tho Premier, i nowlh««"»* «»: new Mbor.il Administration. There aro i .bout 18.000 doctor, on the rcll? tl.J mTVfi .D'nf "nJ 'I » osti- j mated that about 10,000 votes will ho rocorded. Of these. .Mr Watt will ' lot' ab°Ut °'50° -d "'-j Under the Federal Constitution, mem- ! ■ of Parliament may accept otlk ■1 without going beforo their constituents : lor re-election ; but under tlie State Con- I • «i ution, whioh in this and many other ! ro.specta ,s obsolete and badly in need j o amendment. me...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST Second Series: No. 1. THE UNITY OF GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

CHRIST Second Series : No. 1. THE U.VITr OF GOD. \ One God! Oua Majesty! Tbc-ro in no God but Thee! Unbounded, unextended Unityl Ar.ful in unity, j 0 God! T7e worship Thee, j iloro amply one, because supremely Thrrol Dread, unbcg-iunins One! 1 yet not aJono, Creation bath cot set Thee on a liighoi throne. Unfathomable SwI ] All life is out of Thw, ' And Toy lifo is Thy blissful Unity. J —FREDERICK WILLIAM FABEU, D.D., All things that froui Thee run, AH works thnt Thou hast done. Thou didst in honour of Thy bains One. Ana by Thy bein<? One, Ever by that alon*, CouMs; Thou do, and docf>t, what Thou hasf. done. We from Thy oneness come, Beyond it cannot roam, And in Thy oncnc&3 2nd our one eternal home. Blr«t ho Thy Unity! All joys are one to me,— The joy thai thcro can ho no other God than Thee! TrVst of the Oratory cf St. Philip Neri, Brompton, London, As already stated in the Foreword to' this Second Sories of artiste*. pubhs.:e< I last week. I've be...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

TURF t AT I LE. AsrcnuaJo to-day. Kilmorc on Wednesday. Trotting at Kyncton ou Friday. Trolling at Ikchmond on Monday. George Coleman is treating BrascooT to a voll-earncd spoil. i Mr. V.*.- Jenrs has sent bis reccnfc pur* | ob?.«, Lord Krlrlr, out for a sp«!I. j W. Joh:a hc.vgot Nata and Bccflowcr ia j active work at Flciniiigton. 1 Lcb^si sot a very rolid pice in the Third • Divic.or. LLajrJicap at Mcutone, but failed ; to quito see it out. ' Surely the baudicappers nili now tumble to the fact that Yencda ij more thin an ; uvcrage useful bars?! ; Tbos.? two Jv.d stayers Yir.cmt Haid and j Chiea aga'n fueled ri-.:hi oat in the Second 1 Division Handicap at Meutone. j JIcA.'pin put up another pood ftjht in the j Hurdle at Mculone, and it v.-is no disgracc far him to be beaten with 11.G. Nyland r.r.d the 2-year-old Le Noir, who ; beeu taken up by P. T. H?ywcod. i n. A. Bellamy has resumed work at Caul- | field vriih the 2-year-old fil-'y Audeslne, who , showed great promise in tbc sp...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VATICINATIONS. Aspendale Park (Saturday). Maiden Plate. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

Aspendale Park (Saturday). Maiden Plate. BOTTAH (or SEOr ON) ... 1 WTNETI1 2 PAltOLLES 3 Steeplechase. TUB GCiDK 1 O.R.D 2 rowmnji 3 Aspciidalo Plato. BLACK I'A.\ 1 ijpola ... 2 APIAJUST 3 Aspsndale Park Handicap ATORA 1 YENT.nA - 2 DELPHIC 3 Aspcndalo Purse. miNCESS xent 1 LYXCEUS 2 ACTIVE LAD 3 Jumpers' Flat Eaee. HARLECH 1 STUATIIDOON - ... 2 FLINCH ... -. ~ 3

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A WISE PROVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

A WISE PROVIDENCE. "Say, Undo Mcsta, bow di.-j do Laxrd maks 3e berry fcst rni:n?" "How did do La-vrd male d© fust nan? .flVy, He done made liim out ob de carf, <J but ob de mnd ; dat'o how Hp made him." *7Jea K'y He doaa' mai? 'cm out o' mnd *uny mo'?" I "'Causft do X.iTTcl doan nebber do nuffir.' <ntr7-ba?ant, my chile. Lund jiin't as cheap as it was, and den, too, fust fir.? you l;coTr, roth* wb-te pnsson ud buy up do Tnwl and put a stop to dp popp^rlation, and den tvha 'd tv" be? Dar ain't no pood t-alkin' 'bout it, honey; dc Lawd am dft bed jedjo ob bow to 2° about H<3 own business." Th? Q'jcrnr,!an<!-brcd Tramp (Slostyn— Tivn), who ims ial:cn part in rJJ ports of races since he came hero, proved equal to crMllir? jfr. J. L. Iteilly with the Third Divis:ou Handicap a,t ll^ntono, and liis sac c».7S wag evidently anticiuipLed, *a he had ko!:.*1 rapport. , Trainer Walter Finn and JocJcey W. Fonl cbam, who were discjuaJiSod over the Black...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE APPEARANCE OF EVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

THE APPEARANCE GF EVIL ^Sister Henderson," saii Deacon Hypers, , ^you should avoid even iho appcarsmce of evil." MWhy, deacon, Trhafc do you mean?'' asied * Bister Henderson. *1 observe thai cn your sideboard yoa hare Btreral cut-slacs decanters, nnd that each them is half-fi!Icd with what appears to be ardent spirits." "Well, new, ,!c!eo3l it isn't anrUim* of the kind. The bottles look so preity on\h» sideboard that I just filled thein halforay ■with some £oor-sl.iin and farn.ituro polish, just for appe.arr.n^es." Thais why I cnuticn'urj yon, sister,*' rsplicd the dcacon. 'Trclir^ a triile ttcsU ftnd faint, I helped myself to a dese from the bi{j bcttle in the middle."

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CAULFIELD. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

CAULFIKLD. TUESDAY. time. Sea Prince cad Meritus v.i xuiJv ciupioved, und Lord CapiJet pleuiy of pace by rattling ott a ccupl lurlougs in 25$. Rostiy was Very occupied 42 for thrco furlongs. Lours for three lurloiu's. . Guntire were usefully en-^ed. do trouble in runnm;; tUuc a mile in 1.25. ben* Cuji^e was not- fully cxt-cndcd to cover a quarter i" 2.20. Kcscv.cw vint three quarters of a mile, and occupicd 1.7 for tbc concluding five furioups. Uathlea was «oin; ! comfortably for s's turlor^s in 1.215- £watd: I and Kirth*took even ume mr ihrce i^rlon-s. 1.51. ILvcr Taco donkey-licked a United States ^oldiu^ over a couple oi furlongs iu 2G. and repeated the performance in 25?. Flamcn was timed at 1.22 for ihrec-v,uar t-crs of a m:Ic. Pin!:enon. s:rodc alum*. Lyncc.is and Golden Roc'.; rzuled ofi lull a mile in 52. StratLdo n w.:s let t«t: iivhi.y. Ulii. The l'-rJ.m, Lu.'fcv E.-vape, and Parod ies were alsviJt at the. beach. Apiarist Lr:&':Iv. .Mi;; (J^v.-cr r.:-.s led. ' o ea...

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 — 10 January 1914

On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. Flaoeant morning; tracts in excellent order; but thwe was not a ffrcat amount of ^jllopinj. Mouodia leu off v:iih a dash of throe fur !otj-Z3 on the tan in 41. l'r;7.t fi^bttr (II. Jjolissn) vr-a extended to run a tau mile in 1.53. Stcinlol: dashed oft half a 'mile in 51. Malvuvcous v;as» 524 and Orditial 55 ?unir distance. Wvneth hit out lor livf* fur'oii;.;3, and did the Iar»t four in 53. Deptiidencii ran the final r.orcu of eight fuxlon^'3 in 1.44. and W.T.S. went strongly ovi-r a conf-idt r.vblo distance. Audacity, who ir. ircttins into a hit of shape "gain, and who moves with plenty of frer-dow, ran the l-ist f,v:> cf sis furlongs on th" tan in 1.3J. I«m n»Jt ia an even-, tini^ UaK-:r.iltt, Kv.rrakni did the same trip in 57. Procyon and Sneer.e strode alnnp. Norm or* ran a tan six furlongs in 1.251. Wolavra did a furlor.rr lt?s in 1.9. Miracle u;d rood, rtronp work, i»nd others of Sco bk-'a Jot\'„» f-.um t.tio fuit^bly tasked. Ileros made ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE "GAY AND FESTIVE." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

THE "GAY AND FESTIVE." It li over, thank God, it is over, All tho gobbling, and guzzling; and lies. And tho liain bone's been given to Hover, And they've chucked out tho last of the pie.1*. There's u heut as of h 1 in our throttles. And the path of repentance is hard. Fur It's paved with the sad, empty bottles That are laid out In rows lu the yard. Oh, we start in a large-hearted fashion. In u lovely beneficent glow, For a cheque from the boss we've been caahln', A tenner for Christmas, you know: Wp must keep up the festival olden, . We must bubble with goodwill and Joy, For a music that's cheerful and golden. Rings out from our pockets my boy, Dut whilst wo were inerry and cheerful. And kindly In will and in deed, We were going to be sober and carcful For THIS year we wouldn't exceed. . Ho we mapped out a programme at leisure— . Alas! for tluit document vain. For the symbol of virtue and pleasure ilas been but productive of pain. And. we think, an a swear word we smother (Washed do...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE PRELIMINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

THE PRELIMINARY. Tom Ur*n anil Dan Tierfte? boxed tori uvo-mJnut«» rounds. and iht verdict for Tiem«y was i»xtr«mely unpopular. L*i«u U a comer and It wan a pity he ijot Mich a set-back Through an obvious

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

REMARKS. It was a good win, for AH' Morey I* a remarkably olevcr boxer, over whom a largo Miction oC (lie rlng-Klders went fair dHly when ho made his first appear ance In a Sydney ring, on March 1 of hint year, and wan beaten In twelve rounds by Frank Plcato. Hut It cannot be Haiti that Morey did lilmsclf justice on Saturday night. lie was Kkllful In flashes and aggressive In dnshc3; but at other times he seemed unable to cover or evade, uh no clever a man should be capable of blocking and evading, tho WILD, WI5IRD WALLOI'l.Vd I of Suylor, whose attack is that of a | wharfle half full of beer. "When Alf did duck under, or Hide-step one of Baylor'** tremendous swing**, the spectacle arous l ed yells of laughter. But It was no laughing matter for the Yankee boy. He was In deadly earnest, and tho mo ment after being Jeft looking like a stuffed policeman, und peering round eyed to fee what hud become of the shorter man he'd Just HURLED A FEARFUL SWING at, he was ofT after hlrn hot-foot ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MILBURN SAYLOR'S FIRST WIN. American Slogs Alf Morey Out. VISITOR'S WILD, WEIRD WAY. WESTRALIAN'S CLEVER EVASION PROLONCS FIERCE STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

MILBURN SAYLOR'S FIRST WIN. American Slogs Alf Morey Out. VISITOR'S WILD, WEIRD WAY. WESTRALI AN'S CLEVER EVASION PROLONCS FIERCE STRUGGLE. I There was a good crowd of .some 6000 ■at the Stadium 011 Saturday night to see 1 the debut of the American lightweight. ;.Mllburn S'nylor. who met the clever t traliau, Alf Morey. in a 2l» round contest, i 11 looked like being itll over in the seeur.d round when the WILDLY SWINGING TANKEE got Morey on the jaw, just beck of the point, with a tremendous right swing thru erune from tho zenith ond dropped Ah" like u log. He l.-iy like 11 log. too. for H seeonds, ynd people got ready to go home: but Alf ux ••nine" 10-e and con trived to keep Saylur off and actually gave him th.i "rabblter" unrv, b'-foi'- th~ cliwa of tii-' round. Say lor swings lik»* an ngirravat»*d bushi-», but there's often a h-t of direction in his swings and It v.as astonishing to see how often he got <»ne. «.r a double, of them on to ko clever u boxer as Morey. So w...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CALLOUS CAPITALISTIC ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

CALLOUS CAPITALISTIC ECONOMY. I Some time a?o, "Truth'1 denounced the [ one-man-onc-car system nJopicd by the caw- j talistic companv tint runs the tramways at ! Ballarat, end prophesied that poonor or | later, owinsr to the undermcmninc: of the > cars, a Forious accident must inevitably oc- ! cur. On Saturdav n'^ht list this prophrsv ' was fulfilled. A late car.Jming no pa^-n- ( por3, and in charce of a driver on!y. dashed into a bnjrrv at the corner of I.ydiard and : •Seymour strode. One occupant of the bui:c:y. Edward Downey, was rendered un- ' conscious, while the other ttvo occupants, an ' elderly man named Harrv White and a ! little cirl named Jane Nicholson, sustained 1 mis'y ruts. The driver of thr car. John ?Jc. I Hutch'iison, tried to avoid the accident by applying the brain;. but despite his efTorts, the impact oc:urfrd, and he wns thrown out and picked up in an ir?»n5>ble condition. One man on a car is cheeper than two men, and if, through no fault of his own, the ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MAMMONISTIC MOTOR MONSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

MAMM0N1STIC MOTOR MONSTERS. A letter from the Automobile Club to tho Dandcnong Shirts Council deserves io be framed and preserved as a prize piece of cool, callous cheek. The club "complained that the sanitary carts hi the shire -were pulled up in the roaldl© of the roads," there by, of course, slightly delaying the mam monistie "motabisls," who think that they, and they alone, have a monopoly of the King's highway. The facts of tho incident complained of by the club were that, about a week or two ago, the sanitary contractor for tho south riding was in charge of. his carts, and attending to his duty, and, at the same time, the interests of the ratepayers. , Up dashed some motor hogs, and shouted and swore at the council's employee, telling him to "get out of the way.". Though ho did Irs best to let them get past as quickly as possible, they recklcsaly rushed through his vehicles, knocked his horses down, aud then sped on without rendering him the slightest assistance to put his dem...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SEQUEL TO A SHEPPARTON SPREE Fatal Jolt on the Jaw. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

SEQUEL TO A SHEPPARTON SPREE Fatal Jolt on the Jaw. "When William Henry Auctis, a well-known tenant farmer, cud a colonist of 57 years' standing, left his homestead, which is situ ated about a mile and a half from Tally-. garoopna, on Saturday last, and proceeded into tho township, his wife and family little thought that the nest news of him would bo that bis dead body had been found in the verandah or the Victoria Uotel, and that a man had been arrested 0:1 a charge of hav ing murdered him. The dreadful news came as a terrible shock to the family, and in fact to the whole community, for a? far as is .known the deceased had no enemies, and iwas; ft law-abiding an inoffensive citi. Uowerer, on Saturday efkmcon, Anstis, ■who was by birth a Cornishman, and 6f • years of age when he met his UNTIMELY DEATH, Ti&ited T&Uygoroopna, and, ravelins some boon companions, had a few drinks at the "Victoria Hotel. Among thos? wi.h whom he fraternised was a young man of 30, named Or...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE 1914 REVUE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

The >.'ev7 Year Dsvil leads the way, and all1 ,Rie full of cheer, And ulso full of t'ood champagne, and whisky, wine, and Leer (Though now we all eo fast asleep with toes turned in cur bods, And suffer indigestion or else nurse our ach ing heads). But here b:hc!d the world goes round, just in ihe fame old way, We're full of gocd intentions, but the Devil ho!da the sway; We're full of good intentions, and to keep them bard wo spur— We keep thorn ror a flutter, but remain just what we are. You seo the great procession here, and Satan leads the hunt. And Wowser, with his nioner-boi, is rerr , much in front; [Tho copper and tho boozer, too, with Chidley I right between. And Floscic corning just behind to glorify the sc'-ne. " , And Mother Grundy here' as well, she's chcckful.c? comments— But she is just a circumstance amongst these elements; And Joe Crook and the Bocdle Bloke (the fact has oft been hurled), It takes all sorts of creatures to make up this mad,ol<I world: Yo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
UNSCRUPULOUS ORGANISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

UNSCRUPULOUS ORGANISERS. It would appear tbafc, in some parts of i the State, tbe rural workers" campaign against the cockles is being conducted in u scandalous fashion, not by the workers i themselves, but by, tbe so-called organisers, who receive fat fees to see that tbe farmers pay their hands a living wage, aud provide* them with decent living conditions. Between tbe salaried organiser, on the one hand, andy tbo opulent aiid independent cocky, on tbu other, many unfortunate workers have fallen between* two stools, and arc cow bumping their bluejs acftss the landscape, looking in vain for tlie graft which will not matcriaUce, because the harvest is rapidly approach!*;? its end. . There were 40 men in a carap at, Willaura, .and tbey were told that if the; hung on, they would bring the farmers tc their.knees, and-compel tbcm to pay -tha. wages demanded.. The men were prevailed upon to join the camp on .this understand* in*; hut after a while the camp was dis banded with the curt an...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
JOHN'S JAUNT. LIFTS HIS LADYLOVE'S LUCRE. And is Chased by a Copper. A MEAN THEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

LIFTS HIS LADYLOVE'S LUCEE. • And is Chased by a Copper. A MEAN THEFT. As. fie explained to the magistrals, John Hunt suspected a maid vritJi whom he wa3 gallivanting was about to relieve "him of the little superfluous cash he had, so he, as it i Were, took the'bull by the horns and got in ANXIE J0XE3. JOHN HUNT. | early, with the result that he was charged jut tho Central with stealing u purse end the I'sum of £2 12s Gd, the property of Annie ! Jones, on December 30. 1913. * Annie Jones, a single woman living at I Carlotta«stroet, Greenwich, said that aocut 6 o'clock that very day she was in a room* in Crown-street with tue.accused. She could , not tell tho number—oh, dear no—but it 1 cva3 opposite the school, hi fact, she had been iu too boudoir with the accused all night. • She''•.firtt met ,him .in'Sargcnt'sy 1 where they,, used to go*for lunch.-. However, accused paid * * j' TEN SHILLINGS FOR THE ROOM,."/ , which they -tooK possission of in< the'fitter | noon, and he...

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