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Round the Ring NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. L return match b^rwc.a x:id Friii Holland Ls under consideration—for dco*ioa in Sydney. As fax w is apparent at present, there : no Likelihood cf Jcu. Smith beinj c-aan i action in Melbourne. The 8.S tourney ?.i itc 35.A.1'. is ^radusJiy a cor.ciUaioi:. Ou llondaj* n Dyer beat Pca.-so ou points after six rounds, **biIo two roucdg 6ulljced Jordan to account for Straiiaa. * * * Oa th-i matter of the long-promi^d roo£ try of the Dudicy-screot Stadium beln^ men tioned to 11 r. Marre, tho Melbourne manager for Baker's Stadia, this week, he said that tlio work V08 to b£ put in hand at ouce. In th*i prtliuun~rk<v to the ruain bout 1 tlw H-A.V. last .Monday tii^ht, WaJ Ma thews (9.4) stopped B;li AdeiOn \3.4) in tw. rounds and "'sprinter" Hoberta (&•*) beat £roio Taylor (3.C) ca poims after cx rounds « -1- * Though Jlmrr.y Hiii .;3 the tcatfccnvoirht chaiupiou of Australia. a defeat ou Saturday nijht vvoujd net deprive him 01 too title, lis opponent b inui...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NELLIE EGAN'S BABY. LEFT IN GRAND-PARENTS' WOODSHED. The Mother's Lonely Vigll. Naighbor Wakened by Cries. Charge of Abandonment Heard at Sessions. A Verdict of Not Guilty. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

NELLIE EGAN'S BABY. LETT rtf GEAND-PAJffiNTS' V700D SESD. Tt6 Mother's Lonely VigIL K&igkbor Wakened by Cries. Cimge of Abandonment Hoard at Sessions. A Verdict of Not Guilty. The s*d sto.-7 of .SVUie F«*aa isd n«r b: V.-2& rctcld a-t the liailarat Scions, be: Judge Wianeie, la*t wtt.1:, when .Neliic * churned vr.Lb baring unlawfully aba a male child, Joseph K^an, ucdor two yei-rJ ! oi a^c, at Ilallarat oa February £3 lAit. i Mr. D. Clarke prcscaited far tba Cooirn, iir. J. B. PtariOA tpfkiAriay far tLo *io Elizabeta Gran:, a arse, of Peid-ctrcei, I Ballarat, taiu the accused wine to liiiT place on January 24 last, and left en February 7. To ilr. Pearson.: She i;z& very quiet aad I weil-cauducicd, and uXkZ. ^rust care of her | habj. I Another nurse, Mrs- Jepson, of Victoria- | street, with uhom slaved until Feb- I ruary 25, also care evideac-j of '.he aifectian \ aud care *he thowed for bur baity. | Jaiue* C. Law, of >19 Prurr.r.;oud-aiTmit I North, said t...

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

CHEAP BEER. Confiscated Grog Sold. Attracted by the niluric^ prospect o£ chrap beer, between 30 ami 40 persons of the pub lic hous-* variety attended a saJe of Couti? catcj cro^ at the riu^aell-strcct police bar racks last week, when one of the licensing ofi-.crs oEorcJ by public uuctiou. 774 bottle* of jcr.z.'o and a demijohn of gin. The liquor vros that seized by the police in recent raids oa sly-jro^ ohops-^bfJit for which thirst* aii-o^hicrs and jjund&y Leakers had paid ai much as td. a buttle (and sometime^ 5.».) for when licensed prcajiics trcro cipsed i to ill tici-p4. the John who is '"square"' with the publican, or pirtic'ilar pals who can be relied upon not to pimp, 11j-i b»«;r bidders started the ball a ro!I iriT at two bob a dozen, thenec to 2a, 6d., and oa to 4s.—and the publicans won in a canter, rrdiniry t'ro? consumers falling out at toe thre<: lob post. Two "Oitaltan'' hotcl tcopcr8 'ip.ticsfsi tiio lou—a 'Mrs. Murphy" and a "Mr. !>h&lt...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VIDA'S WHITE SLAVE BOGIE. WAIL OF WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. Sad Shriek About Nothing. WOEFUL WEEPS OF WHINING WOWSERS. State Premiers Refuse to Waste Time with Senseless Imaginations of Hysterical Women. "What was Carl Peters' Mission? Where is Mona West?"—Shrill Scare-Lines in the W.P.A.'s Awful Organ. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

WA!L OF WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. Sad Shriek About Nothing. WOEFUL WEEPS OF WHINING WOWSERS. State Premiers Refuse to Waste Time with Senseless Imaginations; oi Hysterical Women. "What was Carl Peters' Mission ? Where is Mona West?"— : Shrill Scare-Lines in the W.P.A.'s Awful Organ. I Wratl*:«l inJt»M aro ih* wai of the wowsor Women's IMiiical th'i po.ut-Llauli refusal n: tin? StaN* I'd mlor-i (.,> rco"iw tb>'ir deputation. Tb«' W.l'.A. tli* I'reiniors' C'W'.'ronce 1>i reviv." tlii'lti }i. ar '•onio f» minii;'" v;i|> rci;aroin',* i'nr» white rlave tr-«fli<.\ hut. tli-' i'remi'T- iItt-r<• was i;o -.l;**«* in A'i1-'' aii... ami, then-i'-m-. h-'iiur iticy liail no time to wtisle <-ii . ^'I'h-iv.ipon i I """ V • ' ;n.i th.« iCillv O.Miisf igbis, as jircsi- j l« i:i iLo j W.l'.A. l:."i r.nd ih'1 evitni Mr.k i :le.i their :uul «.u into a fearful I rv rt in«Sict:«uinti. is? Mir.? advocate women fri::hU risbi.*, as dent of the W.l'.A. th<n ...

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

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A LAMENT. (Some one has once more suggested the abolition of barmaids as a means of decreasing the drink [?]) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

A LAMENT. (Sorue one h'.s on*© more frjg^oited the: ,'iboliticvi of VsinnftiUs ni a means of decroas. ! ing tbe drink ftX) | 0! we'll haTe to jjire up drinking, Our eves ::rc trarfly bliukinf. If Phoebe, Mand, and Buby get the boot, Wo will put the p<?£ right in. Cut- out whijliy, boor, and No more shall we trot out upon the scoot. Just fan'v in tho morr.injr When waking up and yawning Wo amble out and breast the nearest bar; To twill a bonz reviver {It's often worth a. fiver). Just reckon bo?; it would upon you jar. If there a bloke was flooding, To you the liquor hun-Jin?. No s'pn of P.uby anywhrro r.'oout; You'd roournfly sip the liquor, , And po upon the shicker. And call for whisky when you wanted stoat. Farewell week-end joy riding With Heb»->—c^re uoridln?, Good-by to fi?z, h;^h lif". and motor cars: When nerfnid.-1 jrets the buiW No more our !'•„* she'll pull it— A funeral inarch will dir^'e vr.lhin th« bars. <

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

c^fxmiOCLrn/ld of fittUjti \ Aun^ pin, ji/rau^ of \ R-O'B'U'R we>Tj dan^ j

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"BIG AUSTRALIAN IMPOSTURE." PUTTING A "POTE" IN PICKLE. "Grant Hervey's" Guff and Gammon. HIS FAULTS LUMINOUSLY LIMNED. "Shocking Rhymes, Bad Grammar, Absolute Nonsense, and False Feeling." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

"BIO AUSTRALIAN IMPOSTURE." PUTTING A "POTE" IN PICKLE. "Grant Hervey's" Guff and Gammon. HIS FAULTS LUMINOUSLY LIMNED. ^Shocking Rhymes, Bad Grammar, Absolute Nonsense, and False Feeling." (FBOK "THE BOOK LOVER.") On this island tbere is plenty of room for many million people, and the irriga tion settlements begin to show how they will come. Five capital cities scattered along a third of th♦» vast sea-board. and a miserably settled interior, are bur. ihe "beginning. Yet every hamlet contains fcts "poet, " whose belief that ho is " the real national poor of Australia" is shown bv the faet that over 7">0 of them sent in spei imens of their art :i while ago. when invited to compete for an Australian National anthem. .11 ml not an entrance fee also been demanded, no doubt t ii o number of aspiring "poets" would have quadrupled. It i: highly probable that these young poets might have been even worso employed: but it is a different matter when one of them, Tutted by meaningless praise...

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

FURNITURE! FURNITURE!! BOTE WELL B E A Q G E | ghowa you through fr-ctory; why pay ahcp ! prices? Save money at ' 116 LONSDALE ST. B E A G G E. $ofor6 buying, call and seo my goods; com* par© ray prices rrith the shops Near "WesJej Church. B E A G G E. JJuy dircct, fare 40 per c:nt.; buy off maker; 30 Europeans employed. 116 Lonsdale-st, B E' A ' G E. { marufacture, that's n'./ I eel! cheap; no big profits or renta to pay. Near Exhibitionist. B E A G G E. Seventeen years manufacturing for the thopi; not? supplies the public at whoIeiaJ* prices. Near Exhibitionist. B R A G G E. £3,000 worth of stock to choose from; bis reduction on anyone's catalogue. 116 LonsdaJe-*t. B B A G G B. JS'i'ne pifc« r^al hide Suite, oak, £8 20s.; shop price, £16. See it at 116 Z*o&ida]6»tt. B a A G G E. prices Are lower than anywhereyon nrnsi buy if you caJL Near W«3ey Cktzr^,

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

WHOLESALE— Price, Griffiths & Co, 816 Little CoIlinE-stree t.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"RED HOT FLOOR" OF HELL. Terrible Pictures in "Book for Children"—Should it be Suppressed? (To the Editor of "Truth.") [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

"RED HOT FLOOR" OF HELL. TerriLle Pictures In "Book for CWI drcn"—Should it to Suppressed? (To the Kdiior of "Truth.") S*r,~In a recent- i^.r.e you published ( soar; remarks unouv a bock cil!e4 the "Sicrht ! of He)!." I b-%c road this book. It b ««:.*• : cri'ued thus: "Boohs for Children and | Ycuug Persons. Ecck X.—The Sight of lloU. i By the Kcv. J. Furnis*. C.&S.R., P«rro>S3u | Sv.pec'orum. Dubliu; James Puffy sjjcI Co., i I.td.. 5# Weatuiorolau-i-streei. Prict, oc» I penny." I H« re is in cxtract from the too*:: — I S?s<> cn the middle of Ih-t rod-hot ftaor j st'inc." a girl. Sue looks about IS y«w« j old. Her bare feet staud on the red-hot i floor. . . . Not far oue single rnom-nt dur:::? the nsver-ondin? otcznity of years sbill you ever leave thisYcd-hot floor! i Here ere a few other "cms; — I T.foten! th^rc is a sound ju?i like that 0f a ketti^ LvoiiiiiS". Is it really a keitie which is boi'in?? ■ No: the blood is boiling in the seeded rains of tbat b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BARMAID AND HER BOSS. NELLIE FAIRLROTHER'S HOURS OF LABOR. Was She Paid an Adequate Wage? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

BARMAID AND HER BOSS. NELLIE FAIRT.BOTHER'S EOUES OP LABOR. Was Slio Paid an Adequato Wage? Nellie Fa:rbroU:<-r, a butom barmaid, ; was the principal witness at the Carlton j Comix <-n Wednesday riz?.;;i?t-hor one-tinse : how, Mary Ann Sai.dilacds, rc-^n^e of the ; Carlton CluU Hotri, who was proceeded • a^r.inst by Fiftory Iu'.pert^r Danger-field for ! nor. paying tho izJ.r bcor-p'oHcr wjujes in ' r.crur;! with tiic Wages Board cetcrxnina- j • Nell-p, in r^ly to Mr. Tairhall, of tiie : Crown Lr.w Department, said ^he had been , Trorkirj for V.ts .Saxi.diiar.ds several months. : Her wsjros wctj 20*. per week, with board ' ar.d loaginn. The last jrn-l: ?ho was there I sh<* worked 53 hours, »t:d should have been said 22s. 2d. Two weeks after she left, the reported the matter to the Factory Inspcc tor. Mr. DcrJa {for defendant): Do yon re number ;he exact hours you worked this i particular wevkr 1 Witness (supc-rciliously;: Yes, perfectly, j On the Mond...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
GOVERNOR-GENERAL DENMAN. HOME-RETURNING PREPARATIONS. Papa-in-Law Protects the Game Coverts. Two Farm Laborers Prosecuted. A Pheasant Loss for His Lordship. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

GOVERNOR-GENERAL DENMAN. HOME-RETTTRITCNa PREPARA TIONS. Papa-in-Law Protects the Game Coverts. Two raim Laborers Prosecuted. A Fhoasant Loss for Els Lordsliip. Gcvcruor-General Dentnan ^ill gel back to Knsland from Lis chticked-up job in Aus tralia just in time for tbo phcasant-shootiiig. His father-in-law, his jianivkrepers, ibe pclicu, and tlio local beats on the couutry hcnch are evident lv bent on keenly looking after and preserving the coverts so that, h s ex-Ercr-ilr.ncy m:iv be able to indulge in a real rc?al slaughter of mostly tame birds when be nets home to oaoa-in-Iaw Cowdrny's squatiage. Game is still closely preserved in England, and woe betide the unfortunate chap who strays into forbidden preserves. Although srooodziae country magistrates <2on't nowadays s-.-nd poachors into penal servitude for a round dozen of years, or transoort them lo distant shores, as no doubt they would like to do, the chap caught ; nobbling a pheasaut or partridge, or lifting a bit...

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

1 FROOTOiDS • Cure Hoadacho, Icdisostion, Constipa* | tion, and Biliousness. They are elegant ] ia appearance and piemant to take; i they aro immensely more valuable than • an ordinary apurient; they remove from \ the blood, tissues, ami internal organs, ! waste poisonous mutter that is clogging I them and ohokiug tht^ehamiols that lead : to aud froio them. Froctoida are J THE BEST j aperient medicine to take when any Congestion or Mood Poison is present, I or whon Congestion of the Urain or ! Apoplesy is present or threatening. They have been tested, and have been proved to afford quick relief in such cases when other aperients buve not done any goad at all. Frootoid® are absolutely un rivalled for FAMILY ' uso; their beneficial effects are evident !>y the disappearance of headache—a Wight cheery sense of perfect health taking the place of sluggish depressed 1'eeling*, by the livor acting proper!?, and hy the food being properly digeaWd. Frootoids are a very economical MEDICINE....

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

LOANS £3 UPWARDS LOANS £5 UPWARDS ■ — « -- Small Weekly Hcpnyroeuti — — Small WeekN llepaymouti Householders ami Woifcers » Houteboldcrs and Workpri m ■ Privately: Day of Application. ■ ■■ 'Privately: Day o: Application* haiiry~ hall, 315 Collins Street (Five ftoori from Klizr.btlh Stroll. THE !MPER!AU!li^MQ SALOON. KATJt TREATMENT. PAIR CKAR0E3, Sterilir.od Saloon "^r.^r-als. 229 Bourlce Street (Opposite Theatre Koyal), A. J. r,T.\-;. l'mprMof.' PrintM and pubVsbert \r JOTI-« NORTON, ' Proprietor. ii Oi* R.>^R*rrra Office oi "Troth," No. 3 Royal-lane, Melbourne, ii ■ tti« 8UU nf VWrtrf*.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Abuse of Authority. EX PARTE PRESS STATEMENTS. Police Presume on Their Powers. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

Abuse or Authority. EX* PHRTE PRESS STATEMENTS# Police Presume on Their Powers# i '(From Brisbane "Troth.")' v , ' *hi» publicity fettfeti tri last Sun day's < Issue, ot "Truth" to the police caso—HJckfoyd • against Habibi—in •which a charge of assault was pre f<rrfed by a constable against the uc-' fondant, and .dismissed after certain caustic remarkfl by the presiding' magistrate,-is evidently responsible for* the following- officially inspired com munication, published in th«. Brisbane ' •"Courier", of Thursday ta.3t:—t* YOUNG POLICEMEN, *TN5 TT1HY INCOMTTTEXT? • ComB)i<*loafr'ft View. > The /act. (hat a younc constable recently ' Wn« reprimanded by a .City Police MaKlfl* 1rnie on the *core th.it he did net know bin tfuty 1n th* mutter of the nrre.«t of a cltl xen was brought tinker the notice of the Comnvlnaloner ol Police toy 3 "Courier"- re pre«*ntfltlve. who raised the question whether the.' recruits now being secured Tor tb* p©h&lt...

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

CAUIjFIBLD. TUESDAY. I Tlit; weather was fine and cool this worn- ! ■ in^; but although the trucks weio iu cicel* j . tcui cwUuitioii. Uicrc was not much.doing, ua ' : iUfc/e were many liursei mciu£ tho ' ! previous iiuf. j ' M'jutme tiarted with some easy work. • : Orinoco was uot, out of u trot. Mliv-us was : iiuvuiug along. Honorine run a strung m:ie. ' i/uniuu was moving along ui u souna puce. ' : Lauy iiooltan finished her work with three ; lurlunga in 42, W'iuiriewa was on uhe easy hit. l'atiiotic strode along. Altar liov ran ( j a useful nine furlougs, and Kttie Kirk ; covered the saine journey m 2.3^. Porch ' j wiij a bit too gojd lor Tinamca ut th'.- con* ! | elusion of Lvt lurJoncs in 1.6. Yarricn . | strode over u mile aud a furlong in 2.5. } j Ciincii was restricted to live lurlongs »n ; j 1.154. Guucap did good striding work. Up* ! I {ight, spurted untiwed. Topmast ran a use* ; tul mile. Speiry ooverod the same courso in 1.51i. j' 1 • Wisconsin strode along. Anna Carlov...

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

I — ! jyj-OONEE VALLEY RACING M'JNDA Y. AIM! 11, C7. 1814 (l!k'ht Hours Puv ) STAIkKS >.&'» SO VS. EXTHIKS CI.' SJ: at (5 j» m M'lS'lUY, APlilL CO. HANL»1C.M' lJACi:. U<w>w. Twomilei. Noinin cLicii. Itjs; arivrturav, " «ovj, TWo-YKAHS-oLh JiANUffAP, lf.0.wv«. Four far* lonir«. Xoinin.v.lon lo-t. oi-cpptuin-e •£ gov*. EltlfJ V UOl/JW JMN1>JCA1', 71.) sovn. On* mlfe and a quarter. Nomination, lu-.; acc»*jitaoee HANlScAP ^TKF.PLECHASK, 150 fov«. About two milts art') ti^lu chains. Rumination, lot; «• cn-ptr-iic". 2 vjvr. API'IL I'hATi: ami rURSR, r/zOuoT*. A handicap divided tqualv Into iw.» tuktH. Six furlonp. Nomination, lu*.; aoct-wtanoc. -sors iJorJliill'X', .M«nton*, aud CflulfleM horaei con?«-ed free. Weights, April 'i'S. Telephone UuSS. A. V. 1I1SEEKH, Qou. 6«c. tin Bou/W^tmt. Mftlboortj*.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE LATE E. B. FORREST. A STRAIGHT-GOER AND A GOOD FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

THE LATE E. 0. FORREST. A STRAIGHT-GOER AND A GOOD FRIEND. (From Brisbane "Truth.':) The passing of the Hon. E. B. For rest, affectionately Unown in the "House" as "Pom-Pom." remove.* from our midst one of the men who will be missed. E. B. Forrest will be badly missed by the multitudes nf people to whom ho held out a helping hand v.*lieu It was wanted. He will be misled by the political party in which In- \v:\s :< powerful factor, and he will b. by his political opponents, who alv.ay> realised that they were in for a straight-forward light to the finish when they faced E. B. Forrest »n the political arena. R. B. Forn.-si was essentially straight-goer. and could always be relied upon to give his best irf any cause which he look up. whether that cause was political, commercial, or a pleasure-seeking cause. He was a sportsman in the true sense of the word, and had no time for the elrctro plated spieler, who "spoils" the public under the guise of being a rood "sport." He w...

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

ULSTERia. COCK LANE AND COMMON SENSE. "If one phantom i« more discredited than another if Is the Cock Lane GHost."t—Andre w L&ng. "Who are these CarSoTft and those Smiths, ^ Who folk mislead with foolish myths? These orators who, with prattle windy. Vretend they're spoil'int; for a shindy? These '.'Generals"' (?) of phantom host, Substantial as the "Cock Lane Ghost"? These pseudo-patriots who rant And loudly mouth their rebel cant? These filiibusiers filled with v.-ind? These heroes who will lr-a;l behind? These marshals of a rarrsed hosl. With no more power Uuui "Cock Lane Ghost"? Th«??e f.fncorp who treason spout ( (In Russia they'd, set th»? knout;. Who at "The People" insults fting. And Haunt and flout our Gracious ! Kins? . - i These cads who fain would'rule the : And yet are frauds like "Cock Lane j Ghost"? Let them beware! Their course !? t clear. , I 'Tis not at Demos' will to eneer, i But to nbfy tlio ?taif-V command: Kfpp law and nrd^r in lli" land. j And loyal Fu*...

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