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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

ALLEN DOOh'E'S MOTOR. Actor Asks for He-be ax^ng of His Case. .Actor Allen Dooiio la'-j, weti?, wui fined £2 in the D.>tr;r. Co":t for amiu^ hli iDuli'.h a:- an e.'.astir,. rau- o; *;*cd. made an application by :*tv-r to tUc e!.uuj> man of tbo btiv-'h ;hc f.uu'.> cj:;rt on ?uon day to har.> th.« im*. JU tin ori.cir.a! b'n'rin'.; The an- ^sr:0' vou-iab(<» s*i-l thnt DUjui; >uu ivuvrllii'.-j a'-iia* Uk* Sat. Kilda-rctftt at th? rut..- v; uis-sn 30 wile* an lioUr. ut'd ihai, wiiou ,,ub~ queiiUv. jjuid tb;«i. tli-n };x -i-'u! I'it-i o: speed. In hi.. k;;-r c< ib-.- ircnrlj on Mon day, L'nonc ^l.tto.,1 ihat 1.- ha I iul|y iturud td bell;1-' i>sc;-.:n: wli.u it.u ras«- was pnviuU*. !v hcari. .Uid w <jct»uU the suxunjoaa, but, swim: i<> smi.! miM-jk.* *,* ui-j p.ui uj" his ruaoa^r, -w. through 3(ivt-r:civrc, au-1 ihui ;L- :.ru h-: hnW 0f ibe ease when In: :\iv- i; icpornd in thn press. Th> nppli:2t;o» ut reli-vim; »'»• jra...

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

BUILDING BLOCKS. MARVELLOUS TER5V1S. NO DEPOSIT! Easy ^lonihiy Payments! BEAUivlARIIj .. £25 i CARRUM £3i COF.UKG £15 DF.OMANA £15 FOOTSCRAY N £5/5 FKANKSTON £10 IIEIDELBBEG £15 KEW £55 LOP.NE £10/10 each 0/ L'AVEF.TON £10 each 5/ MACEDON £5 " 2/6 MAIDSTONE £7/7 " 5/ MOUNT MARTHA £5/5 " 2/6 NEWPORT .£35 " 9/3 OAKLEIGK £30 " 10/ SOKP.ENTO £20 " 7/6 SUNSHINE £10/10 each 5/ G/7 Monthly. a/ 5/ 5/ 2/6 5/ 5/ 20/ SAFE INVESTMENT! CALLAGHAN & Co., 136 Swanston Street, Melbourne. Estab. §884. IEE5HSEEC Phone 4036.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE HARLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

THE HARLOT. T am a woman abandoned; ! Lest To till sense of shame, ' I roam through tie streets and the by- j Hag of" :i hideous mime. Out 01' the setters of sii: I steal when the night draws nigh, Peeking the haunts of men. Trade goods of lv.ft to ply. Ravaged by time and with vice. Horrid with drink and disease, J am the product of ignorance Festered on ease. Fouge on mv V-Kw .dless lips. Powdered'mv pallid face. Striving to hide the marks of time And the lines of my dc-op disgrace, Lurking in uark?ome shadows. Hiding awnv from tho light, I lay 111 desperate wait ' For men who pass in the night. Sorrow and sin ay portion; The harlot's death my fate— I am a woman abandoned To scorn, to shame, and to hate. Shunned by all dc-cent men, I pander my body to lust. I trail in the wake of the wasters, And lie in the dust Forsaken of God. At the foot of the devil I crouch; Of vice is the food that I eat, And of vice is my couch. I live with the demons ot night, ] With the iiends I make plav...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DIPPER AND PLUMMER. "Cabbie Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

| DIPPER AND PLUMMER. "Cabbie Jim" in London. Knockiug round "ban in T/jiinoii, Olio do sc? iu every court What a croud are daily fitted, | Selling things tbey didn't ought, : Such ;i croud of them there fclbr* Do come tip, Sir. day by day, That one wonders if half Lunuon Gives the other b.ilr' away. Every kind of explanation, 1 They do pre for that there conduct— Selling things upon the loose. Yet they come, and cotnc ngen Sir, Evi'tv time it are the same: Which one draws of a conclusion It's a profitable game. Some jets sentenced, some gets lectured, Others too. gets of! j^ot free; (Them's the ones as knows the running Of the game, Sir, don't you see?) Any day about the city Lots of Mler? one do meet. i Seekin* for to sell strange trifles Of 'em in the public street. Nearly aller* lt*3 succssful— (Fop there's lots behind the faie) And if it ar« worked correctly, It are tillers sure to lake. You would be surprised to know Sir Of the money which arc spent Saving of them crooked fell...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VAUDEVILLE ARTIST'S HUBBY. BRUSHMAKER BASHED ON BOKO. Curious Case at Carlton. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

VAUDEVILLE ARTIST'S j | HUBBY. ! BBUSHMAKEE BASHED ON BOKO, j Curious Case at Carlton. ■ • Little Alice Gibaud, musician and vaudo 1 villc artist, is also the wife oi Itenry j Gibaud and the mother of bi& elilld. Henry , u a brushmaker by trade, and the* little • theatre woman has quarrelled with bin). • t -Sbc says she can earn her own living, but [ I wants support for the child, a boy 2\ years ; o: age. As they cannot, agree who is to j hare the custody of the sou uud heir, the j matter was referred to Messrs. Allison and Edwards, J?.!1., nt the Carlton Court, for J vUl^nient or. Wednesday, when Alicc su?d ! for the inaini-cnar.cr of the child. j Mr. G. Hall appeared for the lady fr^m > the theatre, aud Mr. W. J. Tucker xor the 1 brusdimaker. ; Alice. who is very voting aud attractive, [ told the Court that she was married to the J defendant in 1909, aud that, siuce then fce [ had never cnce provided her with a proper | home. On one occasion fihe had to part with i HEK ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NORMAN COOK OF ST. KILDA. CAUSES A MILD SENSATION [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

NORMAN COOK OF ST. KILDA. CAUSES A MILD SENSATION By Bathing in the Bay. Norman Cook, of Montague House, Alfred-square, St. Kilda, [?] a [?] sen-   sation on the [?] [?] [?] [?] 8 at St. Kilda, by his extraordinary behavior. According to the story told by Constable M.   S Stephens to Messrs. O'[Donnell?], S[?]- wick, Mahoney, and Levv [?] at the St. Kilda Court on Tuesday, the hot and thousands of men, women, and     children were enjoying the air on the sea   front, whilst others were enjoying a dip in   the brine. Among the latter was Norman   Cook, and at 5.10 p.m. he emerged from the   water on the beach, between the boatshed   and the drain which carries the flood waters   from Caulfield into the bay. In the most   unconcerned manner he took off his bathing   trunks and appeared before the [startled?] spectators in A VERY SH...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHALLONER GAGED. PRECIOUS POMMIE'S PERNICIOUS PRANKS. A DIARY DASTARD DUNGEONED. Slips Between Sheets with Simple Sis Shearer. ASTOUNDING ANTICS OF A WANTON WASTREL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

6HALL0REB EflGEB. PRECIOUS POMMIE'S PERNI CIOUS PRANKS. Slips Between Sheets with Simple Sis Shearer. ASTOUNDING ANTICS OF A WANTON WASTREL (l*ror» "Truth's" Sydr.r;- <'orr'tfpondcnt). Of th<» hip hat<-h«-y rf Pdmmi's who are arrtvinj; In Sydney from tinu- to time, * FKED. J. CirAT.TXXS'KIL large number los<> no tlnv in making lh# acquaintance of our Judgea nnd iimgis® tratns. A sample of th«» *ort of pcrtmch« ers and scaJlawrUTs who are brine Import ed into HorsetraJIa wa« "on view" at tho Darlinghnrst Sessions on Wednesday, the 1st Inst, when Fr»*J. John Chaltoner, a Liverpudlian, was urraigned before Jndgo Backhouse and a Jury to answer 'tho.serious charge of havhitf Indeeentty assaulted Atagellnc Elsie Shearer, & girl udder the ago of sixteen years, at t*yr« mont, on the 28th February lafct. As will be seen by the accompanying vkctch. Challoncr, who U a short, nuggety-buUt fellow, hu A V1LLAIKOUS EXPTIESSION, but our artist,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A VICTORIAN TWAIN. Kinematographic Kyrle. AND "LMINT SAUCE" JONES' SON. Kupple of Kweer Karacthers. RUBE ON THE PANAMA RACKET. THE "REVEREND" JONES ON "TRUTH." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

s#«iww trae Kinematographic f JjlHK"MlNT SAUCE" JONES'rSOH. Kupplc of Kweer Karacthers. iRTJBE-ON THE PANAMA RACKET. THE "REVEREND" JONES ON "TRUTH." ■^Two wall-Known Victorious whom ?©ils newspaper bus had occasion r** tpeatcdly to comment upon have esta • dished themselves in Syduoy. in u .enxno house: nnd "Truth" lias foun i 3Kirt of its duty to interview one «• rtbcse men, with the result that tho n -preventative has-also /' J-'" WKLU-K.N'OWX %UTO^AN. These visitors from the other siuu . - Mr. Reuben Kyrle and " •Charles .tones. *'D.D. Thf •tlemuji has had a most vannj awr. 'XtLThis time he has b«*en a tavoriu a- * ^ ciute anil protegc-of the h„i -State, the late Sir ThV,Mius.,11 ^Jror sotue mouths ago, he had tin mrsf tunc to face a charge of va{rrunc> m Melbourne. This-oiiarse, however. unsttstoined. this sum,- -Mr. Krrle VOsed "ax" a"ute-sttvins hero. and wont prcudlv to display a■ mc a he said had been given to him ward for Hi* bravery. "Truth," hiwcvw. Investisatid •tory...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CATTS AND CONJUGALITY. M.H.R. at the Divorce Court. LOOKING FOR HIS RIGHTS. Wee Spouse Seeks Judicial Separation. POLITICAL DAMES IN THE WITNESS BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

CATTS AND CONJUGALITY. . JYLH.R. at the Divorce Court. ,; LOOKING FOR HIS RIGHTS. Wee Spouse Seeks Judicial Separation. POLITICAL DAMES IN THE WITNESS BOX. (Trom "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent). A.t the Divorce Court, be.fore Judge j Gordon, on Monday, James Howard Catts, j too nJort jrount; member of fhrt Hou5C of Representations for Cool;, brought, a will RgrUnst his wife, u delicate, ;;lender woman of giritoh sppearanoc, named ISvn AJJc£| Catts, formerly Weher, lor restitution of cor.JugaJ rights. Mrs. C'atts replied with k suJt /or a judicial separation. cm the prowid of enmity. Mr. Windeyr and Mr. McKenn, Instructed by Messrs. Pigott anil titinroa. appeared for Catts, while .Mr. Fhfind and Mr. Kowlandu, instructed by Mr. Itaves, appeared for the wlfo. In opening the cuse. Mr. Wlndeyer etntcd that if Catu and his wife wcro tn Hvo In Melbourne apart from certain !/;/)ufnr;c* domimit Jng tho w/fe, tho present pults \votild not bo necessary. However. CMM was sorry that ho hadn't ac...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TORTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

TORTURE. "HaRAartl" abolish-.1 graph, in J.ub.->litutiun, tu hUmd on the t llie hyur-jlati ur:d bo let "Vvcs lii-re ;i :.ui, wiih soul <3caJ," \W.», wtK-n ho in cold print had read llowevor oursi'. cuuccM <xi. vuizi. Could oo!i:';ii< m!v speik opsin. >i;v; Tfria^iiu-, i Whr:,< u-or«i.s thai "If Aro rttr.rcd ulir.n-a Tiiphiir; Th.it wilor.t dcvUish machine iicj-xd.np "iuT'sjviti'ii" pink, ^rom, Aod uihcr ihin^s unipi^bily. Snit'.T-li* f'l'Uui^iinns Into, Tli>' lust or !,iborc«i I'.sTtimtv: Thi"1 sintur'T Jind -scaminorrr, TH-.' t'to kJons- Australian dm*-1, Th- v-^nf-at, \iw trrunt. and. wor.il 01 all— Tho .iisr'.'ljarJ of «rr:uinn:ir. Ah. nn \\V «h-vj 1 f r M'j Hut do not taki- <;ach lonnrcd soul Whore Sataa stir* his £r« cf eo*L

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ANTINEURASTHIN [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

ANTIft'EURASTHift ' ' 1 is a meana administering 1? i«i«? brain unci ticrro o^-ils their natural lood element (^Lecithin in .in absolutely pure t'orm). It in not a medicine, and contains neither druir nor chemical—bni builds up iie nervous system by iho nrocess of natural nutrition. It affords prompt rclifi* in all form.-i of nerve maladies, Dyspepsia, Anaemia, rtc., and jives vrond«?!fi:l results in cases of men tal and physical overstrain and exhaustion. Antineurasthin restores the eihau5i»xi nervous system by natural {*?rUnij. Drug* and tenics destroy by siiniulaiing and deadening.' Aniineuraslhin is prepared in tablet f::rm, pleasant to the taste, and convenient, u carry -when traTelliug. A FREE TRIAL SCPPLT ■will b* sent on receipt of 2d. in r.ir.ra^; to cover postage br tb« Wholesale Agents, IT. A- Goddard, No. 11-35 fiaf^ Deposio Buildings, 90 Quern-streei, 3Iolbourap. Serial No. 810. Guaranteed under Uv* Psra Poods Act oi' Nc.r South Wales br H. A. Godd&rd, Sydney, l...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MUMMERANDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

MUMMERANDOM. Another attractive jungle story in "Am'd ■ Raffing Beasts" will form one of tlie many '•newics* to bo screened at Hoyt's Pictures on Monday. All preconccived notions of Harry Land er's irresistible personality .hare been thoroughly confirmed sinco his first appear-, anco at tho Princess's 'last Saturday night. Ho is what everyone had- hoped—and a little more." Go and. bear him laugh. - y -f. * •: To say that Mclboumians hare .take kindly to tho rerue form of entertainment as in itiated by "Come Over' Here" at Her Ma jesty's is to put it- much too mildly. Tboy haTc simply rushed it with open arms.—and have not boon one whit;disappointed. a * * Tho Gaiety is week by week coming fur ther to tho front in tho. estimation, of picture patrons, as the quality of tho offerings be comes gradually wider .known.; He pro grammes, which are of exceptional length, are changed on Wednesdays and Saturdays. * '• * V As ibe ¥rod Kiblo company is duo back at tho Theatre Royal on the 25th w...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DAVE SMITH KNOCKED AGAIN. A FINE, FAST FIGHT. McGoorty's Extraordinary Display. Was the Yankee Foxing? Destructive Jolts in the Tenth Round—New Zealander Lad Easily for Eight—When Eddio Opened Up Battery, and It Was All Over. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

! DAVE SMITH KNOCKED AGAIN. i A FINE, FAST FIGHT. J McGoorty's Extraordinary Display. | Was the Yankee Foxing? Destructive Jolts in the Tenth Bound New Zoalandcr Lad Easily for Eight—When Eddio Opened •, Up Battery, and It Was : All Over, (From "TruthV Sydney Corrfispocdcnt.) When Eddio MrGoorty, accompanied by Harry Nathan fhis trainer), Matt WelK > unci Patsy Burko, emerged from under tbo west terrace at tho Stadium on Saturday ; night, ib>: band paid him and bis {Treat R** . \ public tho greatest por-sible compliment by | playing "The Star Spangled Banner." and , playing ir thundering well, too. It wa? an omen. and proved to be a good one for the I American ; tbo<ich for t*o long to he p!ea#> j :»M it. appear' ,1 that ).«• ff,v. ] <;oin-<; To nr. wt.ll walloped. iit kast on point*, jf not by th- kuoch-out I urc-c's. When Dave Smith. in tli-- wahc j oi* trainer Syd Sisudev, appran-d, no hard | waj n<v(.'?surv, and | hare bc.ri ....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WAS HE HER PARAMOUR? RUBY COSTELLO CHARGED WITH SHOOTING WITH INTENT TO KILL. Her Exclamations in Court: "He is an Awful Linr, and a Bad Man"—"He is a Dirty, Low Brute," Remand to Footscray Court. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

WAS HE HER PARAMOUR ? RUBY costello CHAItGED with shooting with intent to kill. Hor Exclamations in Court,: "Ho is an Awful Ll&r, .and a Bad Man"— "Ho la a Dirty, Low Brate." , Raniaad to Footscray Court. Ynrravillc ma? be said to lie right in the penings ure concerned. Tho resident* of tho riverside suburb worn treated on Wcd» nesday last to tho second ibriUint; incident within the past week or 30, In which a fire arm played a prominent n^rt. Wednesdays incident oc^ttrrc I ut a r-oft drink shop, kept by a Mrs. flai.ip .on. at the wn< r of Stephen :i!:d ill" r.rijtripal.i ron lV-.t>!Ic». f-'-ilini: v. it it h' r child r;n :.i H»T.»..wie):.riad, Bnm'Tii..!;. and a mai-ri-d man named .folm iir'hcr.y, rci'iin^ with hi, w-w« a::d child I ii-. York--t:«"ei-, 'lichin-iiid. and (tnp'.-.yM u< j u (hirer !:v Me--:/!. "Marchaiit. and cor* I dial manufacturer1?, tint suburb. This | in the second occuOju on which the two i" 1 in a shop in Carlton, having thrown ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

R-OB-U'R ! c$> juinv too/ witJj iviAwr cu (md> j im/ It/ j

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

100,000,000 SMOKED ANNUALLY. HAND MADE / Wkm Face to Face Willi Such A Chaaec As This. $ DON'T MISS IT. The first shipment of my new sea son's goods has arrived, and for quality 0 and designs thoy are a wonderful lot. Never before have I been able to shovr such a largo rango of thesa particular v,oods. Thoy comprise tha newest shades in plain and striped Erovros and Greys, also a big rango of various shades and designs in ALL WOOLLEN WORSTEDS. I.Iy price i3 still the \ .tamo. although tho £oo<la ar« worth Rouble tho price. ; SAC *>•?/ TO SUIT tPt-ff" MEASURE. 1 SEEING IS BELIEVING. Call la or Vv'rito for S.M. Form, Tapo, ted rattaino at oaoo. ALL ONE PBIOE. W. ti. BRUCE, The People's Tailor, 150 SOU 11 KB STREET, MELBOURNE. Tr ii M AVOY. 55 Kcs. 304-30G LITTLE. COLLINS STREET (Kest Royal Arcade). MELBOURNE'S PREMIER GAFE. COM PI.ETF.LY K EM OP ELLED. LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED. CUISINE UNPARALLELED ,I!A«MWI XT HINISC IIAI.r , r rSlVATK IHNtXC ROOStS, A SCTERBLT ArPOIOTEa IM...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

CHALLENGE. MURPHY CHALLENGES THE WOELD TO CtntB INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL BLSEDINd TILES. PorujaiK-iit Cviro. KsinL'.ishtJ lfcSl. ISURPHTrS PliS PILLS, XoiM'jic-riort. Tiara Curc.t Tlnvfjn'i.. of Cr.ir-*. some atW 3'it;crin? over 40 rear*. Hide u:u'. r-jM bv aNDKKW .\JUKPIIY. Woy Wi.y. N.S.W., Sr.ie Proprietor. Prirft 01. y.*r Ijo\, or a course of 8 bsxc.n £1 .\il lNKMgt» On Saio m all.Choaii»rs. DMr.-jMis, ar.d StorcUoapers throughout iho Stntoi.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
OIL AND 'OLINESS. THE PARAFFIN MEDICAMENT. Health Department Sails In. Parson Fitchett's Fishiness. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

OIL AND "OLINESS. THE PAS AIT IN MEDICAMENT. Health Department Sails la. Parson ritchett's Tisliiiiosa To© "Tictnim Oil Ccmpanr," which is one of iho many aliases of tli<* hu^'O Ameri can Oil Oc:opus, has been springing a. huge jo to CI1 tliO Australian publi:. Incidentally, it ha? pi:JJrJ tb^ lor-loodle-siretchin;: It? ci* one Fitchew. th-. ilotSiody pardon, who run? t'uo Alcthody Ludi-o' College at. Kevr, ani who once run the Australian '"Itefiew ol Refuse." till cTca pocr old Stead got tired. Th:* Fitchett person now run? a publication culled "Lite." i Truti" willindy glvi-s Fit eiieU that tro? advt.'t ritchelt ouce a blood-curdling brochure, entitled "DEEDS—OH I3LEKD5— that Won vho Empire." Of course, the book was one of those jingoistic productions in which all the aejrressiTeneu of Britain is put down (for ue cdi5caticn of the igoorant public) as i»olelr duo to Britain's de?Lre to benefit thi- s:ms, daughters, ^nd widows of thosp i:v soldier? Fiau;:h:v..T. It's real...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"POMMIE" DAMSEL'S LUCK. Marries a Victorian and Gets "Left." Wanders Into Wine Saroon. What the Judge Thought About That. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

"POMMIE" DA1.I3EL'S LUCK. j Marries a Victorian and Gets "Loft." ! Wanders Into Wiao Saloon. ! What tho Judge Thought About That. ! Gertrude Lr.u^'ton cot *rnrk<; in a wine joint in V.v.'jv'A-cr^- c. cn!.:~rau<.t I to thi<; pountrv s-.'V.-mi yc:ir.i a^:o. la 1300 *hc marrU-d ©ue of Iho iv.vvo bom— .Jai:vs ! Willi Jim Mulder. und thereupon dropped lur ; was then 20 year? of nuv. ur.a U:-r husoau<] : wns 23. Xovr. dclit roan 1 it.-r. Mr.*. Mu!.hT , ar,l:cd Mr. Justice Hood to s-v.-r the mar- , ria.ro tio jr.id jr.alo Ler fur Mmootie else r;ho nrph: treat hrr b.i:- r. Mr. \\\ C. T. Kollv for th- t-;; iticncr. ' attcr surponT.KD his wife rril'i the aid of fct-r prtreuK Sine* iqj9. : %vhcu her hu^hisnd *•#>:«*rr--.{ hrr. r : had supported herr^ lf hy cirri doni'-r-ric vor!:. Tiur<- v..i? . nsi'i l"f: tiii'in att.-r hi» dis.p<»-td ih<- tumifJH'. IVtiro Itiiu foj" main;i naniv »t \Un North Mel. ! l>oitrn&...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

Maintains Its SUPERIORITY And Increases in POPULARITY.

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