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SIR J. W. HACKETT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

SIR J. W. HACKETT. ' ' I Mr J. W. HacUett, now on a visit to this side from Westralla, is an Irish bar rister- -called" in Michaelmas term, 1874. 1\\<t yetu-d afterward* he was admitted to the- \ ictorian. Bar, and became Sub-i nuroen of Trinity College. Melbourne. He J removed to Western Australia, where he became part proprietor of the. "West! Australian." . At the end of ISM, when J responsible' government was conceded, Mr. ' (as he then was) Haekett was nominated I to the Legislative Council, and was one • of the W.A. delegates to the Federal Con- ' vcntion of ISM, and again in 1S97.S. j All's fare in lore, war, and Sydney tram*

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PURDY'S PRANK. BUYS BEER FOR MISS BLACKLEY. And Loses His Wallables. MARY RITA'S MODE OF MERRIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

I PliRDY'S PRANK. BUYS BEER FOR MISS j BLACKLEY. And Loses His Wallabies. i I MARY RITA'8 MODE OF MERRIMENT.! ; S*.t.imvhat of ;■ r;ui£«.' crl.iluc, In t\IiJcU ii:»' InTolue and Iruo. weic M;:j\»w>«l I)r < vj»8 hoard by Mr. Smlthct'F, ' S.M., jti Hie Water J'ullce Court, on ! Monday, when Mary Rita iplackley, a 1 plump winkle mi«s of 2S, was charged • ( with having stolen n ring worth 37s Gd,; belonging to Henry Churles Purdy, on j j Christmas Kve. Purdy, a .clean-shaved j 'old codger, Ir one. of the' beat-known \ commercial travellers within the city, j ' und might often Jiavo been seen wear-' i?n: a string of merchandise; arounij 'his nori:, ar.d earryins^Ws samples- while v. hwt'.ing or humming a.merry lay. Both j had lawyerinen, Mr. Earnler op-1 paring for the old gentlemsR, and .Mr, t>«*ry for Mary ?.Ua',- v ' Pmrdy. who lives at Miller-street,' La viud-.-r Duy, explained to the'magistrate ( on the afternoon of December 24 j • he_'.va.i in To:!:-5treet. peddlin...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TYRANNY ON TRAINING SHIPS. Revelations at South Melbourne Court. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

; TYRANNY OK TRAINING SHIPS, j I » Revelations at South Melbourne Court. j A boy's life on board a training ship is not ,n bed of ro3cs at the best of times; but when lie is brow-boa ten and bullied and even thrashed by men older and stronger than himself, it becomes a perfect burden to lura. The public will probably be surprised to learn that the old tyrannical "fagging" spirit of the English public schools, in which small boys were compelled to fetch and carry and perform, humiliating services for ' the elder pupils, to the accompaniment of KICKS AND CUFFS and pommellir.gs, i3 very much alive to-day on some training ships coming to Australia. 1 This was shown at tho South Melbourne Police Court on Monday, when two'seamen named-Louis Vou Wonwe and Alfred Cain pie, belonging to the Belgian training sbip L'Avenir, were fined S3, and 10s. respecticely, before Messrs. Dunbar and Sehnitt, Js.P., for having assaulted a youth named.Edgar Rowan at the South Melbourne wharf and in lenders-s...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHILD CONSCRIPTION SCANDALS. Alleged Shocking Treatment of Quaker Boys. An Inquiry to be Held. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

CHILD CONSCRIPTION SCANDALS. Alleged Shocking Treatment of j Quaker Boys. J Ad Inquiry to be I!el3, j j Htnry Parsons, of the Australian Freedom 1 League, say3 the Minister of Defencc has 1 promised to hold on inquiry concerning the treatment meted out to John and William Siz<\ two Quaker boys, who conscientiously refused to attend compulsory drill. The boya hare made sworn declarations, from which the following Extracts arc taken: — ! We slept that night in tents -with the ; r^st. Au officer called us all next morn ing, and gave us five miuutes to fall in. All fell into rank txeept us. Wo stood about half a dozen yards away. We feel it wroug to submit to the drill. The officer again ordered us into tbo ranks. On our sccond refusal, he sent the cook fo: a file o: men, and we were marched into tho cell. There we found four others. . • ♦ In the fort square, they told us to fall in. We refused. They then took hold of pushed us into the riinl:, and as wc re fused to '"right t...

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

"Every Picture I Jells A Story THE COST OF WEGLECTS^G YOUH KIDNEYS. Think of tho cost of neg lecting your lddncys 7- it means that you arc allow ing kidney poisons to accu mulate in the system, and these poisons cause violent pains in the Back, Dropsi cal Swellings, Urinary Disorders, Gravel. Stone, Rheumatism, Grout, Lassi tude, Sleeplessness, Incli nation to Worry, Excessive Thirst, Neuralgia. The genuine Doan's Backache Kidney Pills restore to strained, overworked kid neys their full power of j filtering the dangerous kidney poisons from the blood and discharging them from the system. I BACKACHE & KIDNEY TROUBLE. Lasting Cure, J Mr. John Shaw, bootmaker, 87 Sydney-road, Coburg, Melboorne, &ays:—'Some t:me ago 1 caught a sever:' cold, which settled in my Jadntys, and, as a result, 1 suScrcd agojy f;om backache, 2nd oilier' symptoms of kidney trouble. Tie pain in my buck wes awful, and I could not stoop without enduring torture. At •times I was so bod that I could n...

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

A SHICKERED SHOPBREAKER. A Boxing Day Diversion. Shadowed by Boys. A case in which the opportunity made the thief occurred at South Melbourne on Box* inj; Day, when the establishment of G. E. Flannery, 102 Clarendon-street, was broken into by a young man named Albert -Leslie Reakcs, who got away with 1G0 packets of cigarettes, 1? tins of tobacco, and 4s. in moncy» the wboio of the stolen property amounting to £2 4s. 95. ' i It appears that Reakes know the run of the place, the proprietor having employed him on scTcra) occasions to look after the shop. Knowing that the shop would he closed on Boxing Day, ho decided to try. his luck at LOOTING IT. Fortified by a few glasses of liquor,'he de-j terrained, instead of waiting for nightfall, to make the attempt, in broad daylight. This decision led to his undoing. Having arrived at the shop, he smashed a panel of the back door, drew the lock, secured the goods, and tnade off. His burglarious enterprise might have gone unpunished bad not a ...

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

AVARICIOUS AGRICULTURISTS. I Some cockios are determined to defeat the I object of the rural workers* Jog, even if they. ; have to rwcafc the" soul-case out of their ] own flesh and blood in order to save a fen- j paltry pounds, and reduce the wage standard • to zero. The wealthier the fanner, the more grasping and avaricious he is, as a rule, and a rich agriculturist in the ilallee, who owns 1,000 acres of frehold, is a fair sample of | the bush bounder who will compel children ! to perform the work of men to satisfy his leve of greed and gain. This man. is de-r scribed in a provincial paper as an -"indepen dent farmer," who can do without the ser •rices of men who demand a living wage, for ha3 he not a son of 13 who drives a stripper, a daughter of 15 who drilled :n'400 acres of crop, and an aged father and mother-in-law who work a winnower! This enterprising and economical cocky is on a rattling fine wicket. His business methods will appeal to Piute every time, and only sentiment...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PROVINCIAL PICKINGS AND PROBINGS. A JIMMYGRANTS TALL 'UN. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

PROVINCIAL PICKINGS AND PROBIHCS. A JIMMYGRANTS TALL 'UN. The following yarn, published in the "Age," fairly collars the scone:— From Ultima, one farmer writes that a boy immigrant, who has been with him for a year, lias saved £90 from his earnings, and has selected a mallee block of 640 acres at Piangil, of which he has rolled 100 acres down ready for placing under crop next year.. Tho immigration authorities consider that the boy mentioned is on the fair road to independence.. The only conclusion that can be arrired at is that the "Age's** lej has been, beautifully : pulled by some was from tho bush.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NO-LICENSE ROT. REFORMED DRUNKS AND ANAEMIC ROGUES. Try to Rule the Roost. WELL-CONDUCTED HOTELS A PUBLIC NECESSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

NO-LICENSE ROT. REFORMED DRUNKS AND ANAEMIC ROGUES. Try to Rule the Roost. WELL-CONDUCTED HOTELS A PUBLIC NECESSITY. Lilco 7><iii^U'A Kb"'', Hi? on • he drink fjm^iion voli u.m «tmvt\. NVoulu bo pniiitcal ocoii'miifts, munintrd wirh th« noCort (hat jn"ii«-r jipvw. "n liquor i* b« miicn wn*ie, mi'l "that tn'.- m^noy, if upettt upon roprnancfjvo work*. uoul'i "mid more tuwsrdn the wcalih oi l-io community. nr« cvcrmatingly haggling m print witti fictf styic<i champions ol the brewing frater nity, scarco ono of whom is worth calling u champion. JiuJecd, lh<.*se so-culled chum* plona ute nothing but very bad uinatours^ whose gospel is jniultf up ol' eonipunsoij# between pconsud &n<l iioti-licen*£ii dis tricts in Nov.- Zealand <jr America, and , wiio89 Bible is u book of statistics, as dry as they are misleading. J'or statistics jhuj ba mads to priA-a anything. it petcou* £o iying .cn them are permitted to draw aaj dtducti...

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

| N\STY CUTS AND BRUISES. ; [Mother and Daughter Find Zam-Buk a | Real Boon. • j Household accidents occur, daily,. es» I pecUIIy where there are children. In | such emergencies Zain-Buk Is a;real boon. ;For cut?,- bruises, scrapes, burns and : scalds, 2a:n-Buk is a perfect", ever^ready 1 healer.. It is wonderfully^ cooling 'and soothing, and being powerfully, antiseptic, : it-safeguards the injury against the dis ease. germs that'.cause, ulceration ; and festering. When Zarri-Buk is used", smart ing pain stops, inflammation dies .down, [and the healing Js bo'th rapid and'perfect. I , Mrs. Yctte Green, • '93 : Bburke-street. , East Sydney, says:--"! have frequently I had occasion to use 2am-Buk' in cases of ; I accident,, and it has: proved a real boon: jto us. • ■ I I "One day my little girl Ada got her hand-badly crushed in the machine, one ! of the ttngers being so badly Injured that ' the nail came off.- The hand was very] Inflamed, but "Zam-Buk. soothed th<j j bruise...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A BEERY BRAWL FOLLY POINT TO THE FORE. Nethersole Loses His Wet. AND GETS BADLY BATTERED AS WELL. ALLEN FINED A FIVER FOR HIS FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

A BEERY BRAWL FOLLY POINT TO THE FORE, j Nethersole Loses His Wet. ! AND GETS BADLY BATTERED AS i WELL. ALLEN FINED A FIVER FOR HIS FUN. The evidence of a prosecutor, when confirmed by a policeman. Is more than enough • to bend the beam of justice lrv Its favor. This v.-as proved by a case (heard by Mr. Smlthsrs/ - S.M., at the Water Police Court' on. Monday, when William. John Allen, 23 yeare of age, a resident of Folly Point, was charged with havir.s assaulted Owen Noihersole, on December -24.,. Hc.-E^^V Abisftil^defended. Prosecutor Nethersole, ' a medium-built^ seama/i eff the Mahva, - wearing a lovely black eye and an Injured nose, said he wast talking to a friend in Loftus-street about half-past 10 o'clock on the night or the 24th, when Allen approached and SMASHED HIM OX THE NOSE without warning, knocking him down and out, and necessitating his attendance at the hospital to have three stitches In scried to hold his nose together. Some time before the fun he was drinking In th...

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

THE FATAL YOU KNOW WHAT." "Ethet—Pleas*? take, you know rrTiat, out of suit ease before sending on.—Jack."-— Agony column. Oh. Ethel, will you ptoasc remove. From out. my travelling case, , The silent witness of our love, ' ..Which ma.v bring dire disgrace; For wifely minds are keen to doubt,' When Wifely hearts ore hot. So, Ethel darling", please take out The fatal—"you know what." Dan Cupid sits with knowing wink Astride my wobbling pen, And seems, at least to me, to think How frail ure mortal men; Their best laid plans "aft gans agle>V* ? Upset some crafty plot. So. Ethel dear, please take away ^ The naughty "you know what." Some wicked llttlo aid to art ■* That you must use perforce, Perchance ml«ht break a wifely heart* - And threaten a divorce: Some emblem Eros laid aside, And carelessly lorgot, . A Uappv hearthstone might divide, l'ou know—the "you know what." All through the rosy afternoon, Our siyhB went down the wind— Ur-rose the round und yellow moon. The stars looked ...

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

WHY ENDURE PAIN? —The— Will help you as it lias helped others. Floods of Testimony. Aro you a sufferer? If «o, do you reaiijo | Y'liat it means to you to have in your homo j « little machioo always ready to servo you, *j)d which can bring you immediate relief from eroat auffericga. The "Littlo Home Doctor," an tho Vcwlco i* often called, ha# brought riiicf 10 thousands, and can do tha same tor you. Cvcr uiiK© the V«ede« j Specialists hire been iu Melbourne, thy j Veedeo lostiUtc h:n been daily tbrunscJ j by a ste&dy stream of suilorers who are Uk- | in^ adtantajje of th« Vender, llreo Trial j Treatments. Ma&; of the y^ooto hato been i for years try^i',* varu>u« rcropdi,.* without 1 tiaccesa. and ilu.-* cutuc 10 *h«: Veedec In fiitnto "without s:iy hops th:U thr>* •• can bo helped, but williu# to try anything ; jK^hAr than to ejuunuo eudur;nc thrir imiu. 1 Picture, liieu, in-.- jot of seilyamo | seffercrf. when ta^y nud that the soothing | touch oi Cure live Vib...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Labby's Life. HATER OF HUMBUG AND HYPOCRISY. A WEALTHY RADICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

Labby's Life. HATER OF HUMBUG AND HYPOCRISY. A WEALTHY RADICAL'. The life of Henry Labouchere. the kindly cynic, who was the people's fric-nci. cannot fail to tie of intense in terest. Labouchere was a much greater roan than is generallv sup posed. His astonishing activities touched the social and political life of his time at so manv points as journal ist. politician, diplomatist, traveller, anil financier. He excelled in every sphere of life in which he took a part. Horn an aristocrat and noble, being the nephew of "Lord Taunton, he was a sincere and consistent Radical, albeit tality wa.s the one thing thai Labby could not stand, tie disliked injus tice because it was irrational, and also on aesthetic ground*, and I'LUCCED IT MERCILESSLY whenever it reared its ugiy head. Ho was pitiless in his exposure of hum bug and canting hypocrites, and they received scant quarter fmm his pen. The result of his crusade was to purify the London of his day from many social scandals. For instance...

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

THE NEW PLANET OF MERRIMENT. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OP THE GREAT CALVERT, The World's Most, Daring High Wire Performer. DE ' CAiRfTO—The Pole- Kb'siht* A Thrilling Display 120ft in the Air. The above Attractions are Absolutely FREE to Patrons. THE SMALLEST MOTORDROME IN THE WORLD. Thrilling Races by Faliero the Fearless and Daredevil Mcndoza. Tiny Town. Great Scenic RaiBway. River Caves of the < World. A Host of Other Attractions. Every Evening at 7 p.m.; Saturdays, 2 p.m. Admission Gd., Children 3d.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DAPHHE LLOYD'S POPPA Is Charged with Using "Langwidge" And Makes Nasty Allegations Against a John Hop. Which the Latter Denies on Oath. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

DAPHHE LLOYD'S POPPA I Is Charged with Using "Langwidge" And Makes Nasty Allegation* Against a John Hop. 'Which tho Latter Denies on Oath. A respectablfr-looking man named £en;a mm Lloyd ttu-s charged on nttwoui al the North Melbourne Court last Thursday with baring used obscena language, Ha pleaded not guilty, a-** defended fay J* Bidgeway. Constable A. Hannan said that on Dccem ber 20, at. 12.30 a.m., he was cu^ duty in company with Constable Williams in Wrcc kyn-street, and they saw a crowd of men. They followed them, and witners arrested one of them for using bad language. Ac cused came up with a bottle of beer in a threatening manner, and Williams DREW HIS UEYOLYKIl. Accuse] then ucod the obscene language on the paper produced. and v.'cut in? do b:s own house. Witness took out a f amnions. ,To Mr. Uidgeway : 1 don't know that there is any trouble between Williams, and Lioyd regarding a little gtrl. 1 do not- remember Williams challenging Lloyd to fight. Constable F. H. Williams...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Joint Stock Companies. Privy's Plea for Privacy. Is it in the Public Interest? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

Joint Stock Companies. Privy's Plea fop Privacy. Is it in the Public Interest P ecision ot the Privy 1 ST that the Koyal C< ultra vires, so far ass tliey j vers and the in reply to Roya I is to bp repreUed. as not | helnsc in ttio interests of the munijv. If Hi" representatives of the | people assembled in Parliament rtrem it in the interest of the community Hint information *<u any particular subject is nere-.sary lor public pur jio?»*s» surely it is that the Parliament of ;hc Nation should have jmwer insiiini" a mbmial which can cv-niH'! uiv-v.--r- to its questions ami uijutirt Mi.- iiu'.rnn.'iion which is rr-qiiired. Tii- Privy Council has. howcvri'. deriv.-d that the Coinmyu VoaP.h r..i-iiufiM :vt has no power to Appoint any such iribnnal. ami conse quently any future Uoyal Commissions will be impotent and useless. for they Vill be unable to accpiire the infor mation which is needed. In the case in question a director of a public com jinny, the was asked to...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
COUPLE FROM COLLIRGWOOD. Yarra "Pushites" at New Year. Midnight Roystering at Kew. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

COUPLE FRCM COLLIHCWOOD. I Yarra "Pusbitcs" at New Year. Midnight lloyalcring at Kcw. Members of the 'Tarra'* push, a band of hoodlums who coiisUute thcmseirea a public nuis.ince in CoIIii^woai and Abbotaford, on Ni-.7 Vcut's tuurniDj L-unsferred their un desirable intention to the outskirts of tha usually quite suburb of Kcw, and trcre par ticular'}* objectionable to resident* of Stud ley Park-road. The outcome was the ap pearance of a coup'e of the band at tbo Kew Police Court oh Wednesday. These wore Jeha Forristal and John Taylor, and ! they vrre charged ■with oSensiTt bebaTior I 03SCF.SE LANGUAGE I The evidcnco o: CourtabLs Glecson and I AtJKirat;; was to the tfu-ci tint at 1.50 a.m. I cn Ntw Year's Day, whwe patrolling S'.udley j Park-road. they hiard a number of young ! men crfi*'u^ ft <*i.'tt:rh:n;r" in the pinion | of Mr. I. W. GiLsor.'s r^Fidonce. Some of the party were U-I115 ohs:?n; lan'^uajc. When the co::f tabus r.ppeared the rovslerctf fled after throwing t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BANK CLERKS AND WAGES BOARDS. "THERE'S A CRY FROM MACEDONIA." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

BANK CLERKS j J "/ AND WAGES BOARDS. . '' THERE'S A CRY FROM MACEDONIA." half-toff* of pitied ay is the bank clerk. Exccpt in the cases uC employees uf Urst-vUisa establishments t»f undoubted standing, they arc. also. overworked, Imt this claim is disallowed. There is uotliim; wron^r wilh the work in a bank, it is routine. lute hours, and half-warlv hursts of j:raft at balance time. Willi these the younj,' men would put up, IF THIS I'AV WAS UETTER. As i; is (witli I he exceptions indicated), many a .snapping athlete. who could his.hest nays :iw:iy mi a small "s:iiar>.". lh- is • •Id. and bald, and. deea\vd as lo phy.-ieal Illness, hef.u'e he is i>n the L ;;0i» a - \va r mark, and he has in be a uv.anvial ueiv.us i»» «*-i »»;Y that Uw. »m which the majority of the seiii< Willi the old hands of a prospering concern, a representative of this paper withered some information which makes Into saddenins: reading: "1 have been nil my life in the bank/' he said, "and passed ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ALLEGED ATTEMPTED ABORTION Girl's Dying Depositions. South Melbourne Woman Charged. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

ALLECED ATTEMPTED ABORTION Girl's Dying Depositions. South Melbourne Woman Charged. In the City Court- ou WedccsJay, before Mr. T- J. Dwyor, P.M"., uud livers. T. O'Callapbuc, A. Phillips, and C. I'.. Jsmith wick, Js.P., a stout, xcicldlc-ajcJ, be spccttblc woman named Alice Maud Wiw, residing at 1C3 Mouui?ut-street, South Mel bourne, vras chargcd w:th bavins fi-loninnslv an iustruMJCiii upon n your.- woumn r.aiiK-d Ik: ;e Shields, 13 yeais of fije, oa Dceiicber £ last. Detcc'ive Juhu Murray said that, in com pany with DfUctive Tcgiiini, bo arrested was all'.^i d that, on Dcct tuber 6 the girl IJc-s.s:e Sbv ! 'i went to accused's house, end that accused used an inatrumuit upon her with felonious intent. Th? girl was now in the Melbourne Hospital in a precarious con dition. Her dying depositions bad been taken on the previous night. If jdie recover ed. it would be iowe time before Ehe -would be able to attend the court. He asked (or a remand until the 15th inst. The P.M. : Do the dep...

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