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A FARMERS' "FORCE." SELECTIONS, SENATORS, AND THE "SMERALD." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

A FARMERS' "FORCE."' SELECTIONS, SENATORS, AND THE " SMERALD." (From "Truth'B" Sydney Correspondent.) The "Smpnld" of Friday comes out with Dome more buniann about an alleged "new force" In politics. This so-called "new force" In simply tlx1 sarm» old crowd that houses tho Farmers and Sett lers' Association, and about who.«* won* derful doings *.%<• ur»* told in th»» "Sydney Mombs Herald" after every general election. The fact of the matter F^ems to !>* that tho Farmers and Settlers* Associa tion Is little more than tin- country divi sion of the Liberal Association; and It Heon.s to deFhe to emphasise this fact by putting forward a claim to nominate two candidates for the Senate from N*r»w ^nutli Wnloa, if there should bo a double dis-olutlon—a roiitirisfMi-'y that, after tho last '-lections In ihLs St? to, seems highly \:nprot>.iblv. Th«» wir^-p'.d'.ev-; of the Farm ers and Settle! s' Association neem to ho inclined to dispute tho ri;;ht of tho other wirepullers to...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ROTTENLY RUN RAILWAYS. No Trucks for Producers. But B-e-a-utiful Coaches for Dead Heads. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

ROTTENLY RUN RAILWAYS. No Trucks for Producers. But B'C-a-atiful Coaches (or Dead Heads. i How beautifully are our railways run, e^peciallv in the interest* of tho pro ducers, who are surely entitled to soxno consideration at the hands of a Govern, meat which professes to lovo the raau. on tho land with an undying devotion! . Th* man on the land—,4tho backbone ; of th« country," as he is called when ' prating politicians are pandering to ' ! him for his .support—haa just now a real li\» grievance against the Government and the Hailway iJopurtment, for tho Government is responsible ior tho man ner in which %Jho railways are carried on. At tho prciout tiUio ujuny men on tho land liud that, alter wooka ot hard yukKer, amid heat ami dus>t and liios, they havo no way of iorwardiug thoir iiaxveotod produce to tho market, owing to tho u^uui 'shortage ot trucks." ! As far haok as "Truth" can remein | bor, there boon a shortage of trheka j in Victoria, always when an adequato : supplv whu...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHEAP SPUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

CHEAP SPCDS. There wrs a heavy slump (luring the mouth p;\st in the value of new season's potatoes. From £7 per ton prime samples dropped £2 lower. Cause—excess of supply. While Sussex-ftreet merchants gloom over the fall, housfthoUU'is Wtvtra'.ian Premier Happy Jack Sraddan told n Uusselton arnli. euce, just before Christ mas, tint he was sorry to find tJie price of potatoes was s> low (IJossoltofi'F chiei' in-k.stry hi>in^ »nt-.r* raising;. Kcaddnn's Knlgoorliu and Ucmld-T constituents would hardly bo likely to c»!im tho regret. During th^ ppud taniinc m (iroperlarjd a few yoais hack (when there was a prohibition against the importation of • •astern StaU-a' tubers). Inters touched £20 per ton, and tho vegetable whs altogether "oif tho menu* at all public cafes and bn*herics, end in the majority of nrivato homes. And now a Premier, tho elect of workers, waila becaiiao tho price of spuds is ruling at a rato that brings the middleman's perks down to next to nothing. Luckily for...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
S'AFRICAN SHADOWS. IN "DURBAN THE DAMNED." The Curse of Colored Labor. BROWN MEN PREFERRED TO WHITE GIRLS. THE WESTRALIAN STATE STEAMSHIP BERTHED BY BLACK NON-UNION LABOR. HORRID MURDER OF A WHITE WOMAN BY A BLACK NATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

S'AFRICAN SHADOWS. IN "DURBAN THE DAMNED." The Curse of Colored Labor BROWN MEN PREFERRED TO WHITE GIRLS. THE WESTRALIAN STATE STEAMSHIP BERTHED BY BLACK NON-UNION LABOR. HORRID MURDER OP A WHITE WOMAN BY A BLACK NATIVE. (FROM A "TRUTH" CORRESPONDENT.) DURRAN, Dcc. 9th, 1913. The Indian strlko Is thu main topic of conversation In Natal at present. There lire something Uko 170,000 Indlnnw In Matal, nnd out of that number nbo.it 40,000 am Unblo for u tax of £2 per Vear. The first batch of coolies w brought here under Indenture lor tlve years to the sugar planters about thirty yearn ago, and had boon coming here In big numbers up to six months ugo, When the Indian Government stopped the recruiting. The coolies gut 10» per month and ; tlons. and many nt tho expiration their indentures tnko to other occupa-1 lions, which mean the ousting of whi m^n in almost every calling. In J3111 was parsed placing tho £3 tax each Indian brought lnt>» tho colony af ter tho passing of tin Hill, and t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
STIRRING UP STRIFE. RACIAL SATURNALIA IN S'AFRICA. THE PROPOSED ERECTION OF A NATION MADDENING MONUMENT. TO THE WOMEN WHO DIED IN CONCENTRATION CAMPS. DURING THE LATE LAMENTABLE BOER EMBROGLIO. PROPOSED PORTRAYALS OF BRITISH OFFICERS KICKING BOER WOMEN TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

STIRRING OP STRIFE. BACIAL SATURNALIA IN S'AFEICA. i (the proposed erection of a na 1 tion maddening monument. ! to the women who died in con j centration camps. i during the late lamentable i boer embroglio. j proposed portrayals of british ,<v officers kicking doer women to death. Astonishment and disgust must have • been caused t'» many of our reader* 1 (wyfl tlife Natal "Mercury" of a recent 1 date) by the outline Riven yesterday by ! our Bloemfontein correspondent of the : prupusfj local teh-'jrition:; l'nr PI:i:raan\s I->:iy. The ar.r.iV(.-;>:nry has bcfii s»'l*.-»*t<•<I : I'jr tho riTMr.oiiy of unveiling the jnonu • rnent to the lJuer women and children • r:io died during tii« war in t::e concon j tration camps No objection need b>' »talccn to the ere<:t!cn of any memorial o: ir.n heroes ur the victims on either side in ■ THAT TRACIC PDRIOD. , We hope th»* time is coming when £oUt • Africans of whatever race can unite it; :...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DAN DRUBBED. WHO SMACKED SNOW AND SNARED HIS SIX SOVS? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

DAN DRUBBED. WHO SMACKED SNOW AND SNARED I HIS SIX SOVS? (troni Tru tii's" ^vdnev Correspondent.) The story of att alleged brutal assault and' robbery, similar to many cf tho^e frequently unnmitted at the lleliish iluymarkct, aua e>m»Umtly iefen\-d to in the columns of '•'IVutb," wna poured into Uie ear of Mr. .Smiiucrs, S.M., at the North Sydncr Police Court on Mui;Uay morning lust, when a buiky-luok)ii£ y.-uns :^llo\v, named James Gordon, was called upon to nnsivcr a charge of having a>suih<d a elimly-built elderly ni^ht-watchman. nunied Daniel Snow, ana rul)bt<l him of £6, ut Xorth Syduey, ou the last. of North Srdnft, E.iul that at about U a.m. on \h<> mornitig fol lowing the al!ve*.\l a.^ault and robbcrv, he suw Gordon in Hlu. ^ IVint-road, anu, on his admitl'm: thai he kiu-w Scow well, wai tolj that Stu'.v bail issui:d a warrant for 1ils arrest for ami robbing him nii-'bi. At !rr «hu partjen "I did not see .Snow ai'tur 6 o'clock hi*t n...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WORRIED WIFE'S WOES. Vaudeville Artist Norrie Sued for Maintenance, And Ordered to Ante-Up. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

WORRIED WIFE'S WOES. ! . I Vaudeville Artist Norrie Sued for Alain lenance, And Ordered to Ante-Up. Jack Norrie, a Scotch comedian who has | pleyed.many parts in his time, and who is a prominent figure at Saturday evening vaudeville entertainments at the Temperahco Hail, appeared inva new role on Monday, when ho faced the music at the. Richmond Police Court, at the instance of his wife, Bccky McManus, who sued him for having left her without adequate means of support. Messrs. Totnall, Le Fine, and McCoil, Js.P., occupied the bench. Mr. Schecle appeared for the wife, and Mr. Forlonge for Norric, whose ''off-the-slage" name is John McManus, I and who was summoned under that appella tion. Xt was the old story of marital misery, 1 as far a3 the wife was eonccrned, at any rate. The evidence of Mrs. McManus, a , prepossessing young woman, showed Xorric • in the light of anything but a loving and : devoted husband. He had not only been i addicted to drink, but he had 1 ASSAULTED HER, I and...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LAW CLERK DARNY KERR Clamors in Court for Splosh, But Does Not Succeed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

LA IV CLEM MY KF.h'R Clamors in Court fur Splosh, But Docs Not Succeed. Law elarit Daniel 5>uUmt.md Scir vas | plain till m a auit cu 'luc^d^y in the liar I t.-:ct Court. D-u»y, '.t!:o :a a vu--l:yowa I Character about the courts, proceeded a^a.as; a rxia_:i Gamed Frank Kjdd, whose aaurets was given a,s the King's Arms Hotel, J sire'.t, for the rec-3v..-ry of a sum o: £35 53. for money lent to and paid on iK-.'en-Jam's t>:half und at bis request. TLc or.final I amount cf the claim was £35 inoavv ;</;» i and paid in Apr:-., 1911, less 35::. p.iiu ;>n i account, hist year. Mr. Hubert i'.;r."ott ap- j p-.arrd for cuiuplanunt, ;uul ilr. \V. Capl-.^ j JJ..-11 ma l7rc?i:*.',h; fnr thy deftjjlC. The • ston- of ;he claim is ?omev.iiat involved. Prerii evidence tendered it ?ccms that & owed Lhs money oreinaJiy to a man nrvr Fccjan, liow iraTtt'Jiav ia tJie Arr-'nUne as a representative for H. V. McKay's har vesters. Uofore lie went iwav Fc-e^an made over KiddV dob...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. gSraSSBJKfflHSiK® K3EH3Ba325E5SZJa ORDER A J.P.J. NEW YEAR SUIT ON EASY PAYMENTS 10s. DEP., 2/6 WEEK. EASY, ISN'T IT ? • ORDER YOLTS NOW. JL IPo JONES The Easy Payment Tailors—-—-- —4 Royal Arcade. k irr Now oponed a ^ ll t'1 Frcr.cL Cafo and Tea Roomo, Under tbo munagomaot *ANCATELL THE CENTRE WAY ARCADI Collins Street d Mr. Karlo W. IQeyo, Ute of the Saroj. T0EATRE SUPPERS jfj t-5 A SPECIALITY. U li FEDERAL MEDICAL INSTITUTE. | DK. IfiALONEY, Medical Director, jj 513 EU7.ABF.TII STREET. MELBOURNE, noun. S to 3: 7 to 3. § § Treatment hy CORRESPONDENCE for Tcoplo in the COUNTRY :■ cir SI'ECIAUTY.b sFEISS—By incl'jdins lleJicine. 5/-. POSTAL ADD!: r.SS.— V You c=ll tn us .. 2/6. EOX 553. G.P.O., "jIFI.BOUnNE. 'J Dr. Leger Erson, 1S7 COLLINS ST., iLELLOUUN"F.. Conruita WHITE 07! TKrHACOTTA. 'XAS^^CdkiCR," 272 BOUaK3-ST., (C/o SWANSTON-ST.';, MELBOURNE, For APVANCF.5 rn LCITi-, I-K<?1. • J.ett<rs iitdfviii,'Ji)-t:'•! i*l.i or Kr.y 1.-v.-i'V...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST Second Series: No. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

Second Series : iNo. il. Tl^erciorc, erory ^cribc vrhtdj is in- i -trucicd unto.tho kingdom of fceaTca, is! like ucto a mau that is z:\ noteholder j there vras neither jov nor sorrow. When u man was dead h* coascd to be. H« beenrae as be had boon before lie wau b^rn.—CAESAH. j I kaotr men, and I te!l you that Jesus Christ, is not a roan.—XAFOLEON. The God of Jesus is not that tyrannical master vko kill* ii.«. us, or savrs as, according to irs pleasure. The <5o«i cf Jfsus is our f.Uhcr. . . . The God of Jcs::s is not th-? partial drspol who bas chosen Israel lor his p*>pl« and speoi'aliv protects ihrrn. lie Is the God of humanity.—RE-NAN. Rennn has somewhere soniewhnt oriip maticallv declared that Jc^u-; had no visions. What arc visions? All visions ' are not illusions. even as all dreams, : waking or sleeping. are not delusions, i There are visions of heaven vouchsafed i to but fev,\ who are the oh-ct; a::<j the;-. j j D-To dreams diabolical. dreamed by mar:...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (IN ADVANCE ONLY): PER ANNUM, 12s.: HALF-YEARLY, 6s.; QUARTERLY, 3s. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

TERMS TO SiniSCHTBKRH fis Advance Oni.*): PER ANNUM, 12s.: HALF-YEARLY, 6s.; QUARTERLY, 3s. Tlt/e thail thr Pre.'s the Hrht m&inu\itu Unatvni l»v inlhifnre amhintrlbcil l>v c~in. il«re Tatrlf.t Turni hrr clvnous pr*r«i»UMlnw. PJtdccd to Fraternity, IjbsrtT anil La"**. SATURDAY. JANUARY 17. ION.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RECORDS OF THE RING. AT THE STADIUM. SUMMERS V. McCORMICK. Battle for Empire's Welter Supremacy. Tremendous Crowd Fiercely Denounces Verdict. Summaps Won, But McCormick Got Referee's Award. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

jRECORDS OF THE RING. (By "BOXER MAJOR.") Battle for Empire's Welter Soppemacy. Tremendous Crowd Fisrcaly Dsnounsas Verdict. Summers Won, But MsSormlsk Oal Referee's Award. Intense Interest wua taken in the mcctlns nt tho Sydney Stadium, on Saturday inuhi, of the two English welterweights, John nie Summers and Tom IJcCormick, and a huge crowd attended to watch tho progress of what was reasonably expected to be u great and memorable 'struggle. Summers iio d tbo wo.t^r championship of Great Britain and the Lonsdale Bolt, emblematic and as Jpaimia continued to sojourn in Australia long beyond his original con • rocf time, ~ • McCORMICK GREW IMPATIENT of awaiting nu opportunity to test his prowess ugamst John, and, hiving defeated every otljor man of his class in England, was readily itviuced to come to Australia' with a view to meeting the charapiou under the IJakcciau burner, at world-lamed ltuBhcut t-;r Hay Stadium* The.break in tbo monoto nous continuity w train, fi^ht, relax, and, ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MRS. BESANT'S BUNKUM. Her Curiously Charlatanic Capers. ANNIE'S COLORED PET, THE YOUTH "ALCYONE," Whom She Calls the "Coming Christ." ANNIE'S RELATIONS WITH "YOURS AFFECTIONATELY", LEADBEATER. Her And Leadbeater's Tortuous Tale of "Alcyone's" Previous Incarnations. THE AMAZING HISTORY OF A MAN WITH THIRTYONE PASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

MRS. BESANT'S BUNKUM. Her Curiously Charlatanic Capers. ANNIE'S COLORED PET, THE YOUTH "ALCYONE," Whom She Calls the " Coming Christ." ANNIE'S RELATIONS WITH "YOURS AFFECTION ATELY", LEADBEATER. Her And Leadbeater's Tortuous Tale of "Alcyone's" Previous Incarnations. THE AMAZING HISTORY OF A MAN WITH THIRTY ONE PASTS. ( i:—2*hw mus-iah c'riix: hindu youth i "a1.C*02?2SMj oit hlljt £&:pt. C27 hie e.ZGHT is ai.c"zoi7s'3 b&otzsb. I Iu'.monsn attention has Locn attracted in lh'ii.. uud ay-o n gic.»t deal of atteution | ui .>uier couuine*, to th_- case: iu which Iho lather of a il.iidu boy naiuod Krishuamurti | prcooedod agam^i Mr.'. Aun.u ouce ws:i-kiiov.n as an Aihicst Iccturtr, but at awards the tucce-S-r of Madame Ukvtitgfcy as tne cnicf of tho Theosophical sjo'.'icty—calling upon her to give into his custody tlio wutti Krifinanmrti. The fa ther, <1 Ilndu nanu'd Nar&yauiali, objected to U:a. iiesaut having cuntody of his sou b».\:5Ujo oi tier ver...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

• MENTIPLAY and SON HEB,BA"LI3TS. (Kstablished 1870.) WE CURE THE FOLLOWING DISEASESHYDATIDS, LIVER and 151 DISEASES. milGHT.S DISEASE, MARASMUS. noTAXU: LOTION (for VAK1CO.SK VEINS), .MILD OPERATVE PILLS, EYE LOTION <u>r Cataract). RINGWORM. ' - WORM SYRUP (which Cures Thread and Ta]-c Worm. < ir.i, NERVE TONIC (for AD LEGS CURED. COUGH UK ■s>, I'lLE PILLS, PILE OINT MENT. HA1K RESTORER (which ib Most, Reliabfe,. Also Others Too Numerous to •LETTERS DAILY CONGRATULATING VS ON THE CURES \YE HAVE EFFECTED. HYDATIDS ON THE LIVER. "To W. MENTIPLAY and SON, 163 Eourko-strcet, Melbourne. *'I aui vi-rv phased to iieknorTlcdpo with great gratitude ill? wonderful euro you effected en niv wife after fourteen vcajs' illness. She had hern under treatment by Mix doctors, who came to the conclusion that- she had a tumour, and had decided to operate on her, but, luckily, licforc coupon!ing, she coi;.-ulud yon, and after cxamina lion you told her it was not a tumour, bu...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOOTLERS TOOT NO MORE WITHOUT PAYMENT FOR MATINEES. A Short Kick, And Soon Over. AND O'BRIEN IS BEAMING AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

TOCTLERSTOOTNO MORE WITHOUT PAYMENT FOR MATINEES. A Short Kick, And Soon Over. AND O'BRIEN IS BEAMING AGAIN. (Prom "Truth's" ,Sy<ln<»y Correspondent.) . This week has seen that fino body of men who contribute not ft little to the joy of being alive, tho Professional Musicians, ab loggerheads with tho picturo show proprie tors; but owing to the tootlers having a just quarrel with tho circumstances that com* polled them to endeavor to look cheerful, nnd subsist, after a fashion on a lower wage than was carried by tho general run of unskilled workmen," the trouble waa not of lonj; dura tion. Unionism, nnd ita cornucopia, fair wage*, have been lbs means of weeding out the unfit among tho musicians just os it ho* In other vocations, and the f!d order of tootlors, the school possessing great ability and a great thirst with it, has passed out of cxisteuco, and a BRAND-NEW SCHOOL of young men, with modern notions of what constitutes equity and fair dealing, has taken i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SIDELIGHTS OH A SWEEPSTAKE. A Paltry Prosecution. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

SIDELIGHTS OH A SWEEPSTAKE. A Paltry Prosecution. . A prosecution under the Gamin;: Aci whi-'h was heard by Mr. P. Cohen, P.M., at the ^»orth Melbourne Court last Saturday re reeled a somewhat ungrateful attitude of tbo principal witnr?s for the Crown towards tho defend, v.iu, c.r.'l a'.?o sr-rved. to show how punctilious tiio police a< times can be. The cato was that ot Constable I). Carlin asain&t Nettie Storey for conducting a lottery, viz., a sxteep 0:1 the Melbourne Cup. Mr. P. J. "Ridgewnv appeared io.~ the cefcn:o. Caroline AshtirM said that she 3 rtfow residing in TVel-strucu On Saturday, No vember 1 last. deiVnd.mt porrtnded her to •ro into a shilling sweep n:i the Melbourne Cup. Witness rcclv.-d a tlclcet with the •PO.-TXATU.V- o:< IT. That lior?2 won, and on the afternoon of Uup Day she a?::od defendant f0r bcr money, and defendant sii.l that a Mr?. Cramer bad won the swoon. Witness re ported the matter to (be police. To Mr. K!d[:ew.'.y: Defe...

Publication Title: Truth
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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
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HAPPENINGS AT A JOY JOINT. John Marcey's Allegation. Was He Fleeced by a Fitzroy Flossie? Eliza Angers Committed for Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

HAPPENINGS AT A J3Y JOINT. John Alarcey's Allegation. Was Ue Fleeced bj a Btzroy Flossie? Eliza Angers Committed for Trial ! A labors among the bj£ timber up Bois- J iaJo way, -John Marcty, aftox toilng for! many mouths in the forests cf Gipp*Iaud, j blew into Melbourne oil Cbr^tmas Hre with ! the assistance of the BairusJale train. I Lis pockcu were well lined with gold, and he proceeded to have a merry umo of it, tLo rcsuiC beja^ ^at appeared at the FiLx toy Court on Monday to site evideneo against Eliia Angers, a corpulent woman better known araonj ''the beads" as tbo fcGreat Eastern." Augers, & woman reputed to be married, was charged with stealing a rolled gold watch and other articles, ralued at £5 in all. The justices on tbo beach wero Dr. A. Wheeler (chairman) and Mr. J. McMibon. Ecb-J/jspoctor Dritt conduci-d the prosecu tion, the accuse!, vrbo den'"! ibe cbirgo, being represented by Mr. J. J. CarroH. Mareey had the usual story to tell is to what happened to binj on...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

! DOUBLED UP WITH PAIN. I "1 Suffered with Hack and Kidneys. ! Also Gravel and Dizziness I for Months," ] '] suffered with my baci: and kidneys, c'bo • £ravr-] and dizziness in the head for months. I was really doubled up with pain," writes ; M:s. Jennie Dickman, 39 Wills-street, Hal larat E., Vic. "The pain in my left s:de was ! shocking. 1 used to {eel as if 1 -was burning all over the body, and at,night time 1 was ! worse, and to tell you the trutii I did not care if 1 lived or died. In the day time I | would hate to lie down, for I really could not I get through my work. My kidneys were in ! a shocking state. I tried all jiorts of rerne 5 dies, but they all failed to cure me until a ; lady brought tue a bottle of Dr. Sheldon's : Gin Pills. They are wonderful, for they hare ' completely cured me. I am glad to eay all i mv pains are' gone, and ] fee) splendid. I chaJl never be without a bottle of Dr. Shel don's Gin Pills." i. Backache and Kidney Troubles are the cause of a groat d...

Publication Title: Truth
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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
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