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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

' | Tho Doctor said : " In ell my experience I ! have never known a i woman to be left such a wreck." | ' Uere Ij Mr*. OVlcy't ktler. IT Is , \ -north *ny -womus't time to rcaA It I j thoughtful!/: i r.'etr Stnrrt, I i Q«ceas*.avrn, SJU, n/10^2. i | CLEUE1ITS IONIC LID. "If one person should be mora thankful than another fcr Clements Tonic, It Is myself. Five yeiri ajc, ... uibea my bay was barn,' passed through a very tad time, I was (eft so weak the doctor said MY HEnVESWERECOU* PLETELY SHATTERED, *nd to all his | long cxperleneo he hed net kr.cv/n q woman to be (eft such & wreck. When abl* to get ,up for ovihile ) WOULD HAVE TO GO B CK TO BED TR.H BLIHQ LIKE 01E WITH ST. VITUS DiHCE, VflTH EYE Y TOOTH IN MY HEAD ACHING. I would cover ciy fete, hoping warmth would bring relief, end everything was done to reduce my p&ln. A wtll-knQKO ex perienced nurse Advised ae to UU She had used It among her patient* for years w th wonderful success. SHE SAID IT VMS THE OHLY UEDI...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SCANDALOUS LENIENCY. INADEQUATE PUNISHMENT FOR REVOLTING CRUELTY. Kew Livery Stable Keeper and His Callous Cobbers Fined £1 Each for Brutality to a Horse. Tottering Wreck Ill-treated in Flinders Street. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

SCANDALOUS LENIENCY. INADEQUATE PUNISHMENT TOR REVOLTING CRUELTY. Hew livery Stable Koopor and Eli v Callous OobboiB Fined £1 Each for Brutality to a Horse. Tottering Wreck Ill-treated In Flinders Street. Several aaso« of horribly inhuman treat ment of horses bavo lutoly bofin boforo city «md suburban polico oourU. but tiro that wero hoard Ja£twoek bland out on account of the al most incredible brutality exhibited, coupled with tbd equally astounding Icuicncy of tie benehos. At Kcrw, before Messrs. £biipott and J®! lis, Ja P., Robert Steedsman and Michael Phelan wcjo charged with cruolty to a horao Md Tbonjaj Uakcy, a livery sUW© keeper, with aiding and abetting samo. from tho cridcnco it appeared that tho horse, which belonged to HaJicv, was on tho morning of March 18 taken, harnessed to a jiukcr, to a vacant allotment in Dcmnark-*trcet, whero tho two first-mentioned defendants beat it. about tho mouth and on tbo lower eorU of tho lojjR, -whila llAkey held tho reins. One witness ha...

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

MRS. GRUNDY'S HUSBAND. WOT'S A WOWSER. At a meeting in Sydney tho Governor (Sir Gerald Strickland) gave a pithy definition of the Nortonian word vrcvrFcr. "I -was ashed the other day by an English visiter, 'What is a WDv^er'?' " raid his Excellency. "I Gave my friend air. Scaddan's famous explanation, 4A person who objects to seeing three inches of opou-work Rto:kia^ but dees not object to see people \70rting under-waged.' But that did not satisfy him, so I said that I thought that the -wowser vvas Mrs. Grundy's husband." His gubernatorial nib3 has spotted it in one! A vrovrser is a killjoy bloke who outs all kinds of fun. Old Mrs. Grundy poUes her nose in other people's biz, And her hubby, Holy Joe, seo3 every sin but his.

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

DAILY at 2.30. of,.. (ZecmA&udwim EVERY EVENING at 8. Fuller-Brerinan ."Vaudeville Circuit of Australia, and New Zealand. GOVERNING DIRECTOR BEN J. TOLLEB. At 2.30 Twace OaSiy Twice Daoiy At 8 Grand Galaxy of Talent Opening at the MATINEE, Saturday, April 18 ELFIE JAY. HOWARD'S BEABS AND DOGS. VALEHIO SEXTETTE. CLEMENT MAY. STEW AST AND LORRAINE. DAVIS, ALLEN, AND DAJ7IS. XiE EEUNS. ' FERN AND LIZ3ETTE. GLADYS GORDON. GEORGIA TRIO. POSITIVELY LAST NIGHTS OF Bailey's BeautifuB Posing Dogs, TWICE DAILY, at 230 and 8. THE BIJOU POPULAE PBICES. Matinees: Orchestra Stalls, 1/0, Stalls, 1/-. Back Stalls, 6d TWICE DAILY, at 2.30 and 8. Evmlag:—Orchestra Souls and Dress Circle, 2/6; Stalls, 2/-; Bact Stalls, 1/-! family Circle, 6d. Sax Plan* opes all day at Theatre. No extra charge for hooking. Phone, No. 3251 Central. TMIS IS A. COUPON-CUT IT OUT THE S.ICRED OILS' (^Jssssgs. eff pay ~ frotr) piirj Mid pillar/ fTlV&\ Absolutely the only / *.T T-j remedy ^uarant<;e...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
JOSEPH QUILTY'S INHERITANCE. CAUSES TROUBLE AT NORTH CARLTON. Joe on the Warpath—Tips His Brothers and Sisters Out of Bed, Frightens His Step-Mother from the House, Offers to Fight the Police, and Finds Himself in Quod. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

[JOSEPH QUILTY'S INHERITANCE. CAUSES TROUBLE AT NORTH CARLTON. Joe on the Warpath—Tip3 His Bro thers and Sisters Out of Bed, 1'rightens His Step-Mother from tlio House, Otters to Fight tho Police, and Tinds Himself in Quod. At the Carlton Court on WeduesJav, be I'ur.; Dr. Coie, P.M., and Meiers. Hdwards an 1 Allison, Js.P., Ju:*eph QuUty, a well Unovwi resident oi the noiiheru suburb, was charted with insulting behavior. According t;> the story of tic arrc*:iu£ ofiucr, Con stable Hunt, Quilty's father has recently died, and lucre has lecu trouble about the divUicu of the estate. At 2 o'clock ou the ui-ruiug oi the 10th u.&u, Hunt's attention \va3 daictcj to QuiUy's house by o tvrriijc ' outcry. On reaching the houae ho found t Ju*<.ph prancing about like a monkey, uud ( In:, hitter and two voting brothers tb.vering i u:i tin* ru.id. They complained that Joo had j tipped them out ut bed, and said they were ; a! raid of him. Ho used fearful language Ur. Cole. P.M...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FIGHT AGAINST FLOGGING. MONSTER MEETING AT WIRTH'S OLYMPIA. Over Six Thousand Citizens Congregate in Protest. SPEECH BY MR. JOHN NORTON. The "Swinish Multitude" of "Slavish Aptitudes." PLAIN TALK ABOUT THE LABOR PARTY. Political Picaroons and Prettily Plumed Parasites. One Law for the Rich and Another for the Poor. Only Poor Men and Poor Men's Sons Flogged. Only Poor Women and Poor Women's Daughters "Sat" on by the Coroner. Citizens' Anti-Flogging Resolution to be Presented to Chief Secretary by Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

FIGHT AGAINST FLOGGING.: SPEECH BY MR. JOHN NORTON. The "Swinish Multitude" of "Slavish Aptitudes." PLAIN TALK ABOUT THE LABOR PARTY. Political Picaroons and Prettily Plumed Parasites. One Law for the Rich and Another for the Poor. Only Poor Men and Poor Men's Sons Flogged. Only Poor Women and Poor Women's Daughters "Sat" on by the Coroner. Citizens' Anti-Flogging Resolution to be Presented to Chief Secretary by Deputation. Til© groat mooting that had boon ad- j vertised in "Truth" and otherwise con cerning tho Fight Against Flogging, which has been inaugurated in connec tion with the Mjntonoo imposed on tb© ycung man Wildo of two floggings within i>ix months, in addition to throo and a half years' imprisonment, was held on Easter Sunday uight at Wirth's Olympin, a building capable, whoa full. ■ of holding 4,000 persons. Hen and ' women couimeiwd to arrive in from, of tb© building about G o'clock ia th© evening, notwithstanding that it had boon advertised tliat t\u) doors would n...

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

UNPATRIOTIC AUSTRALIA!? WARSHIPS. It says Tcry Httio /or tbc quality of Aus tralian coal that tho ships of die Auarraliut lloct, buiJt and niawied in part at the in direct expense of tho Australian eoal-miarn, •should out of their way to buru New Zeulaud coal. To be sure, the We>stport coal i(< rather b»»:.tcr thau our bc.>t New* castlo {or steaming purj>o:>rs, and \t it was a question of rnaUiuj; iuw steaming records, or if the Tcssels were engaged in warfare, ibe very beet coal on!;- thould be used, no maLter wbcro it loiuim iioui. Hut in thu piping times of peace, win:: it means just, a little extra work to tint the aahes, there can be no pusaiblo excuse for ignoring tbe groat Australian coallicldb. .Scwcasilp coal, sit, tiio v.orst, d<K't> not u.ake over 10 per cent, ajiii, aud the u.ailbuats would be very ghul to t-o u*1' i'1 their ^ukehold.-, the iiioit of them b.iving to put up with the much inferior South Co^t coal- 13tU a» tLo liuglish a...

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

GOVERNOR STRICKLAND DEFINES WOWSER. (lo'.v.rnor Strickland wu< jip!:<x1 rcrriitlr :'or his defmiUwn of the now word ' Wow* sor." 'i'bo Governor *aid it *raa generally tlc fljicd a* being n rann who objected to three inch's of an open-worked stocking, but swe^t. ed bis employeea. "But," added his Excel ; loncy, "I think the Wovser U the hufcband ' ot ifr*. Oread/."

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

TRAVELLEBS AND TBTTLLS. Thcro aro no more jolly dogs than com mercial travellers. Away from their home j the beat part of their lives, many of them j are not half so particular as somo ot other i professions whose girls they mash, and to j listen to a party of them recount their con- i quests over their glasses is enough to con- j vinco anybody that they arc the jolliest ati'l j most generous fellow# in the world. Liko j the sailor, the drummer has been said to [ liavo ft wife in every port, generally soother j fellow's wife; and, like the sailor, he can- ! not boast always of a close preserve; and if I the records of tho Divorce Court arc any- j Uiini* to j;o by, some commercial travelers' j wives are Fomclhing like themselves. It i* a ease of bird3 of a feather, and the jolly old do^s have mated with frisky old dog gesses—the feminino of dogs ia too vulgar lor print in this connection Of course, it is wrong to infer that the majority of com mercials are jolly old pirates, or that ...

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

SOMEONE MUST BUCK UP. Oat of all tho windy flam thnc vo bars board daring the past 12 months concerning ihe necessity of better systems of immigra tion by tho States, tho result to data ia ab solutely nil. In this question the opportunity is lviTc for y-joeone in administrative authority to mate & nam?: for himself, but, as is tho cas® in most such shining chances, tho hero doesn't appear. In tho diycordant clamor of party wran^lins thero doesn't oeem to be eTen one patriot sufficiently seized with tho vast importance of continuous im migration to constitute himself an insistent p:n-priek to keep the question alive. One reason of that, of course, is that our wobbly politicians don't know from day to day how tbe cat is goiug 1o jump on this subject. If he is a representative of a Labor constitu ency ho knows ibat public opinion is so poor ly formed regarding it that to dpclaro in favor of the further importation of worker* would b? committing political siiicidc. And, : so far...

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

orsrni or in-civil. This is a rottenly \inctmritab'u world rip^t enough. However well-intentioned a man may be, his actions arc bound to b^ mi®* construed by some dyspeptic flathoad. Vro. bably tho uiost misuudcrstooJ c'^fs ivH th* rommunity bumps up againr.t i? the- railway porter. Tim average individual who goci into tv railway station docs .*,> Tvitli the firm conviction that it >? up to Iiim as a taxpayer to get a bit of bis own back. lio is a man wjth a grievance before be buys bis ticket, vrbile jiucr awui~»ug propriety: ship of the pasteboard be'.4 utsolusciy loukinc t°r trouble. If be pcrlorms on the guard abouj, tho roUciiijCfS of the railway management he gets no sat.sia^tiou becausu probably the gaard agrees with bun, una 10 ngrce with « loan who is trjiu^ to feel upset a pjji t'ujy disappointing sMi>anoji :o ibo mail. tibly be bcowd in ibe rear, su that oiiJy tbo purwrs aro le/t on the n:tun. Aa porters aro u*ed to beiutf verbaily kicked they re main a* unruffle...

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

GORGE GI'EiD'S GRATITUDE. Uorgo Itaid, of the Garguntuan sirth and all-ot;circ!tug appetite, has imparted the in formation to the London papers that Au> Irdia is in a state of"exuberant prosperity.*' (Jorjro evidern-Jy spea-ka feelingly and with the satisfied conviction of a man with a full stomach. Any country that turned Gorge oft with a slack beliybanj wouldn't get from hixn much 01 a credential, from the aspect fuuny, however, to hear th's I-tiddJv-High Corrw.s^ioiifr talking enthusiastically tibout, oar prosperity on the strength of a juuU'-Ujiij jaunt and free feed holiday tour. JJuriny the wlio!c period of his recout per ambulation of these Sui'-<3 Gorge's principal observations wtrc made through the bottom of bis boo.se plasi. When ho wasn't letting the quality of liis hosts' pro^ or preparing "impromptu'' wiv for his next post-prandial helping of humor hi! was actively <-njra<:(-d ")'>.vlr5^ the command of nntibdious p:i!r>. What. i...

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

THS OLD STYIiE'S THE BE3T. j Tor somo timo past the Wiomm'g Canab una! Lcaeruo has boon greatly concerned over tbe problem of how a fcroalp who "poes to business,* and doesn't know a socridg* from n Iamb's fry or a picifed lanjpbrey from a pig's whisker, is pouts; to mak« a pood, domesticated housewife if CTor any poor fl%t should take her on. Ihc Gnash unM LeapuerB are themselves born gad abouts; tbe majority, in fact, ;iro dirty stop-out«. They certainly believe in Houo —their motto says they do—but, ;!:ey ap-1 parontfy believe In an littlo of it as possible, i otherwise they wouldn't be perennially i prowling round political meetings rt hours j when all self-respecting torn cats are curlc-d : up in vbo washhouso. Yes, Uio motto is "For God, home, and country.Doing a j women's organisation it Ls naturally expected 1 to concern itself mostly with tbe borne. It begins, hovrovcr, by asking c-vrry woruKri 10 becomc a Gna?lnmal languor, and an activo ; participant in the nccessari'y pa...

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

"WILL IT COLLAPSE'? Judging by the cv:d.!i-c?s around u* t-> day a eiurc councillor is highly qualified be is a succcssful spud grower or cabbie cultivator, or something in tlio way of a local bug as a land ag<;nt or ' ublican. Whether he knev? anything uLout the fun damental principles 01 borso»?onse in a wider sphere, matters not at all. We needn't be sa smart, either, here in the metropolis, at pointing to the wire whiskery councils of th« back-blocks as exemplars of no sai-ee in its most undiluted form. We've jot jnmn bright tnd shilling leaders of the cuii ritjbt her«\ in tho outer suburban districts. Moorabbiu, f rinatancc, ia a uame that ssems to smell of Jargo togctablo marrow and prize onioua, nnd ali that such products signify. In a locality like that a puinpkin-headc-d councillor cotnt-s as the most natural thing in life; that ii why no one is astonished at tic present per. souuel of that bucolic local authority. Too ahining sagacity of that collection of q'...

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

JUDGE JEFFREYS IN HEAL LIFE, j News comea by the mail that Judg© Bid- j ley, presiding at the Hampshiro Assizes on February £6, sentenced threo men—named Walter Early, James Dowden, and James i Grainger—to awfol term# of imprisonment I for night poaclting with arms at Hound, Southampton. Early wa$ given seven ycar.1* penal servitude, Dowden fire years, and Grainger throe year*. Those who know life in tho English counties at all. know what n great temptation there always cxiaU for the scantily-paid worker to help himstlf to a hare or & pheasant ia a wo<*i near lii* own door. At the pricc of meat ia England, the laborer whoso family ia largo—and nearly all laborers have bigger families than their wages *.rill iced—finds it tlio devil's own job providing food for bis little children, and tho sight of great areas of land locked up for the exclusive uso of 6portRmco, who do not care a copper for tbc value of tbc game as long as it provides them with shooting, it ns the...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HEFTY HUMBUGS. O'DONNELL-SULLIVAN FIGHT A FIASCO. Referee Says "These Men Are Not Trying," And Declares "No Contest." Tommy Burns on the Bounce. Insults Stadium Official With Filthy Language. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

HEFTY HUMBUGS. O'DONNELL-aULLIVAN TIGHT A TIASOO. Eeforeo'Says "Tlioae Men Aid Not Trying," And Doclaros "No Contest." .Tommy Bums on the Bounco. . Inimlts Stadium omctiil With Tiltby I Language. Alter tho fast, clean. clever ti;l,ts ,1,;,,. i hare been ,««„ at tfe Dudley-street stadium ; recontly, )i3t Saturday niyht's affair (hipped like a wot blanket. ]t was a long time since there had been big feIlows i,i the riay here, will somctMiig worth watching was honestly ^ expected. J,e8 O'DonnelJ hud gained kudos on account o; the three ;,-reat lights he had put up nyainst Dare Smith, while consider nble hot uir had li' -'u J,f loose rc^ anlie^ '-Muniatm" Unn Sullivan lii< supposed ■ -Ijjubililu-«. Tlir^ latter )jas been under the *ni£ of Tommy Jturns. but various rinnjm stance., ci, Saturday uii:ljl „jj| lr-,„J („ sump in the '•x-i'liainpi.m's popularity. Whin hull,van entered tl„. , b„ WOl, accompanied ■v Kennedy. llcll, anj tloloski. but just before hostilities commenced T...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE WHITE SLAVE WOWSER. "Cabbie Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

THE WHITE SLAVE WOWSER. ."Cabbie Jim" in London. Norton I'm no troqurnt Told you tnlr* of Wctwbpre* That. IM thought I'd touchod tho nmii Of their doings, these dull days. Hut the limit wasn't nearly lteachod. Not by a bnlf a shake, And what 1 have »ot to toll you WUi for certain take the ca-kc. Last week 1 was culled to carry Of a sniock-feeed Holy Jo>* To the Coppermuns' perlese court, What are known as Marlboro. P'raps you think ho w.ig n witness— Nothing of that «ori, Dear Sir. (1 do just remark upon U Thinking so you misht infer.I No, Sir. It were nothing lilco that. He was just the Criminal Who were charged with ruination Of a little country pirl. Said lb< Coppermaii who pilichod bilu •This. Vie llU'ak nr.- u distract'— For he traded in tin* trulle*. And Ibis uiut bis «>nl.v eas- - Not by hall." He ups and tolls Vn» Ot a ri^'bt down red hot tale Which \v»>» fair!* r;vlcnliit l or I.. Iut n u l)< w) pal. . Which ii did run like this 'uv Sir— There...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY MELBOURNE. SOME SPORTSMEN OF THE SIXTIES. Adam Lindsay Gordon—A Champion Cross-Country Rider—Poet and Philosopher, Yet a Suicide—In the Brighton Scrub—Austin Saqui—Of a Musical Family Sarah Saqui—The Favorite of a Prince—An Overdose of Laudanum—Barton of the John Bull. No. 235. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

EARLY MELBOURNE.! ! 80MB SPORTSMEN OF TUB ] I SIXTIES. j | Adam Lindsay Gordon—A Champion Cross-Country Rider—roet and Philosopher, Yot a Suicido—In tho Brighton Scrub—Austin Saqui—Of a Musical Family Sarah Saqui—Tho Favorite of a Prince—An Ovordoso of Laudanum—Barton of tho John Bull. (Uj "Old Chum.") (AJ1 Rights Referred.) A £OGd ilea] baa been written about ono of tbo most notable sportsmen of h's day, Adam Lindsay Gordon. As a horse- owner I India * .*r niur,- than this unlor- \ lunate yi-nth'inan. 'I ln-iu i« a dilT'Tcncv of 1 ■ ■piumi, .,b.)Ut l.,ini..»v liordou's birih ihW; on tin- mit-i i 'iir authority stat"s ' Aioffc. th.- foil of an.i in Au;:u-u : (Ktord •?.& South Au-ttaba. who.-. i' 'I p'><Kv. Leaving the i n-opcr.-. :i lutbhood at breaking <u horse,. i ' " of |u'-k, wInch tv wine lilu bad Kit!—lu- rr-oi>. £7.000. on tlie tU :.t h of 'id in IS 05 w..h fleeted.a mem- , b<-r of the As>< inblv ut S-Uiti: ■ Au-dra...

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

kit. PATTKKSOX'S TANSY uu<l ' STLKl, I'll.!,*. tih- irpiiuin« reitKiiv. H'u.aatf'l safe tn-l ]

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SUFFERED FROM FLOATING KIDNEY. "The Pain in My Back was Something Cruel, and my Kidneys used to Throb at Night." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

j SUFFERED FROM FLOATING ! KIDNEY. j "The Pain in Tily Back was Something i Cruel, and my Kidneys used to { Tlirob at Night.*' "I -jui this i'--siimrjiii;il - fu 1 heart.*>'rit<-s Mr.-. Anno ' 9 Ku^Iai.-otievt, .^ooLh Melbourne, Victoria. "Por ibr< < v.-ar* pu-t 1 haw sullied with a floaur.- kidnVy, and the j.ain in my bad: 'was s'imethii:i; cm-I. and a darting j.a.n under the breast. My kidue\* u?< d to throb . at, ijisbt. and I <-u:M n-.'i .-jt with lh j pain. I wu» ,>g had thai 1 had tu to the : >jut 1 r-i-fiw-d i.<> ^u.,d there, hut ' r> i:»ain'-d iu-l a- had a- eicr, and ut tiuie ( 1 would »ct very t. ver:.-h. .'.ml j had wry jdatk i inirs juulid U:.V I ivuid not cat", •and to do )j>> h».i-- v."i k wa- impossible. J I'rullv thought I would ha\e to under an ; operation to i^a a iitt)*- iidief. I tr.'rd all • -oris of leim-dic. hut e.jt. no r.li- :. J often i -\vi«lu>d 1 was dead. Hut otn» d...

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