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WILLIE'S WOE. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED ABDUCTION. White Slave Scare Scouted. LUMLEY LET LOOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

WILLIE'S WOE. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED ABDUCTION. White Slave Scare Scouted.. LUMLEY LET LOOSE. On December 14th last "Truth" rub^ llshed a lull report ot the case in which iT,' a middle-aged married man named Wll- • llom Henry Lumley was charged with at-. *, tempting to allure one Ida Rentoul, a ; female under the age of twenty-one yearn, to wit 17 years, out of the custody.and against the will of Mlnette Rentoul. with j . intent to carnally know her. . The White . Slave Scare was then (a» a matter , of j \ fact It is now) being boomed by the scare mongering daily press, and when Lumley j. was arrested by Detectives Pauling'..13rad- , ley and Gallagher, it was darkly hintedV* that nt last a. White Slave Trader had' been run to earth. However, that fear, : •' or hint, or suggestion, or. whatever you'., like to call It, is now like a punctured;'; balloon, badly "BUST" AND BROKEN, for Magistrate Payten has found tliatj there was no criminal intent In Lumley's" . actions, even U tticy were fo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SHOOTING SENSATION. AN ALLEGED THREAT AND ITS AWFUL CONSEQUENCES. Wilson Sent Across the Styx, "I WILL HAVE YOUR WIFE BY FAIR MEANS OR FOUL" Armstreng Committed for Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

SHOOTING SENSATION. AN ALLEGED THREAT AND 1TB AWFUL , CONSEQUENTS. -Wilson Sent Across the Styx, "I WILL HAVE YOUR WIFE BY FAIR MEANS OR FOUL" Armstreng Committed for Trial. The somewhat «urpri.«;n^ sinry of t BOns.itJcn.il shooting r.fu'ay, which occn red at <•;. Ma-^ot. on Wedrit day week --w whi, !i i,-suited in t death of All- rt Wilson, w.is ivloU the: City c^-on-M', Mi. Uawhins at t Coroner'. • C ».:;•• !.'.-t !.< y. v,-h--n ln<; :ivy -.v. - j. ..jj • r: 11: i k Willi's i tin:- !y « >■ i. t'-r n..v: • v.s'.^p.'-d piw.-. in- • on ; v, . ,lt.d .My. 2:. . u-y Ji.uvM !ln At :n -.v, '. v, 1 , - .a rc.- U^ hi v Jk-: -:rt •• \;i: i:,. i:,. :i ot' Wilson's thai t:. a ballet wound In Irt M.-ast v. h! ;s h.ul }i*\*:"7:t.VTri> TIT!* IinAHT. rr>ni' t*."• • -• -w : h, :>r.d hi.1 T- '"J ill o! t! • ; . .\la.'th'.r br.Hot l\;d < ut-.r< d t:.-. "-.■thind the ri^ht var. t:v.v-U,M h.o'V4a ti.e brain. uud loilcjin the ' r the sha...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NEW YEAR DEVELOPMENT. Permanent Enlrgement of "Truth." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

NEW YEAR DEVELOPMENT. Permanent linhr/enient of '•Truth." "With the ;:<lvent of tho new your Melbourne "Truth" co.-s out to its many readers a por/n;jjjt>nt].v enlarged production. For e»omo time past tho circulation has boon increasing hv leaps and bounds, and tho paper has become mora and nioro roco^nl-ed l»y the bu.si. ECas community as a valuable advertis ing medium. Tho proprietor was facod with tho problem of finding space for both tho cvor-ineroasinfr advertising displays and the reading matter which the public /iwaits ?-o oacorly each wool:. The only way out of tho difficulty was to onlar^o tlu> pa nor—of courso. nt con siderable osponpo—without increasing tho celling prioe; and henceforward, je. tain twelve stead of oi^ht prosperi contain twelve pases n> . While rejoicing in our iv, "Iruth" tjilit^ t'iis opportunity of wishing all its reader? ♦>qual, and, if posPtMc. greater, good fortune throughout 191-1 and tho years

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST New (2nd) Series. FOREWORD. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

INew (2nd) Series. FOREWORD. Out from the fcc~rt o: Nature rwKed The burdens of the Bible old.—-Emcrsou. Ah, mo! bow many perils do enfold The righteous man, to make him daily fall. Were not that hearctilv gr.ic: doth him up hold And steadfast truth acquit him out. of all. # -Sensor. ilv mind to rnc n kingdom Such prtseut ioys ther-'in I llud. Thru it excels rJl other blisw That e »rth ifTords or crows by kiud; Th^u^h n:uch X wr.nt which rcoit would have. Yet still ay mind forb-'d* to crave: —Sir Edward Dyer. Stone trails «io not a prison maie. Nor iron bars a ci^c; Minis innocent and cmict take That for .in hormitiujc. If I hn?c freedom in mv late. And in ni7 sou! as; fre,\ Ancels j\Icno. that ro.T above. Enjoy s-icU liberty. So, then, **>» do ar.iicinate Our afwr-fato, And rro alive i' the skies. If thus our lips ir.d ey--* Can spc.ik like spirits ucccr.fiuod. In Hoitcu, ibcir earthly loijes left behind. —Colons l/ivo^are. It is as much bv public Invitation from personal inclin...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A PSALM OF LIFE: E. W. Cole's Eighty-second Birthday. Australia's Grand Old Man. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

A P8ALM OF LIFE: E. W. Cole's Eighty-second Birthday. I Australia's Grand Old Man* j The crighty-seeond chapter in a veritable Psalm of Life commences oa Sunday, Janu ary 4, -when thai Orand Old Man of Aus tralia—K. W. Cole, of tho famous Hook Ar cado—i*iIl celebrate another anniversary of his nativity, which crfotuated la 1B32, amid humble surroundings, in a small Kentish village. When quite a youth he orinccd that spirit wh<ch I.ongfcllow hai ao beautifully expressed iu the lines— In tho world's broad field of battle, Iu the bivouac of Life. Bo not like dumb driven caltlol Bo a hero in the strife! * * # In adolescence he entered npon the strenu ous life, sometimes fail'u?, but ncrer falter ing, and has von by sheer merit laurels which now adorn his whito brows—thosft launds that come to those whoso achieve ments not only command but deserve suc cess. Emigrating from England to South Africa, ho roughed it u a sheep farmer and u soldier of the Queen; and, arriving in Mel ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
STIPENDIARY STEWARD SCANDAL THE V.R.C. AND ITS RUBBER-NECKED CONTROL OF RACING. THINGS THAT MAY—OR MAY NOT-BE O.K., BUT THAT LOOK SUSPICIOUS. MR. S. GRIFFITHS RESIGNS. Best of the Trio Considers Position "Uncongeniai and Unsatisfactory." The Star Chamber and the Public Mug. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

I STIPENDIARY STEWARD SBAMBAL /;V I ; f THE V.R.C. AND ITS RUBBER-HEBKEO CONTROL OF RAGING. THINGS THAT MAY—OR MAY KOT-BE O.K., BUT THAT LOOK SUSPICIOUS. ~MR. S. GRIFFITHS' RESIGNS.' Best of the Trio Considers Position "Uncongeniai and Unsatisfactory." The Star Chamber and the Public Mug. Something bordering on a sensation Vras caused in tho early part of the week when it bccamo known that Air. B. Griffiths, one of tho V.R.C. stipen diary stewards, had tendered his resig nation. Those in tho know did the ■ oyster act. and ;>lr. Griffiths bimfelf1 merely confirmed the report, refusing i to discuss tho reasons for his action. ! AH that ho would say was, '*The posi tion is uncongenial and unsatisfactory. I did not tftko action suddenly, but had contemplated doing •something' months ago." j This portentous action, coming on ; top of tho nasty knock tho V.R.C. was : compelled to givo itself over tho Black- j poo! case, must at least nroa.se inquiries, ; "wo do not say- suspicions, reg...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE YEAR'S YEAST. Pantomime of Party Politics and the People's Panacea. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

THE (YEAR'S YEAST. i Pantomime of Party Politics and the People's Panacea. They hate dono tho»o which Vboj oujjht nob to havo douc, Mid ibey have left undone those things which tbay ought to havo dono. ^ Now that-another yenr- has detached itself from tho chain of n'^cs' and sunk into the abyss of tho past, it would bo i ^ just us well for the people to pause and j ^ consider their position* 'I he two great , political parties, the "Liberal'' and the \ * Labor Parties, are in doadljr grip* from i 1 one oifd of the Commonwenlth to tho ! • other. During tho year tlx* labor Party j has crystallised its power in it ho mother , State, and tho ''Liberal" Party U \ beaten, battled. and bewildered in that < Stale. The remit of the fide nil doc- j ' lions proved that tho Labor Party had j come to stay, lint whil^ those two I groat parlies aro striving for supremacy, political power, place, and jumuou, it would l>c as well for the people to ask themselves where they conic in in ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BENDIGONIAN AND BOBBY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

BEKDIGOHIAH AKD BOBBY. The Bendigo Mining Managers' Associa tion may be cxpecled to call a very special indignation meeting of meiubws to pjuUat ui:a jist the treatment of one of their close corporation at the bauds of a Melbourne constable on Christmas Kve. This inflated individual mistook RourVc-strc.H for Pull Mall, and with two or three cronies whom be met monopolised four-fifths of the pave j nient the v.hilo they discussed sides and I cross-courses and west legs and other tsub ! terranean matters. The party, and especi ally the nameless mining .manager, seamed to he obsessed of the idea that they were ^ossipin? on the footpath outside tho Bee hive Exchnnge in Benuit?o— a spot sacred to tniirnx nm;:uatc3 and their satellites—so much bo that pedestrians have to plough through the dust cr wade through the mud . of the roadway, accnrditi? to (lie season of the year und the ins:sie£ico of Jupiter Plu viu3. No policeman dare enforce the move on clause in the vicinity of Bendigo's Be...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Pheasants or Peasants? The Gospel of Game Laws and Gaol. English Rural Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

Pheasants or Peasants ? The Gospel of Game Laws and Gaol. English Rural Reform. j It is n curious commentary on the i (U'p:h:< to which 4 Conservatism has ; sunk in Knylnnd to find that the grav 1 est indictment of the Htupendous far reaching scheme of reform of the land -.system and rural conditions, pronnil Kated by the Right Hon. l,loyd George, is tho charge that ho said that phen j-rmtH swallow mangel-wurzels whole. Nobody in the world cares a straw whether nhcasants eat mangel-wurzel turnips wholo or not. Mr. Lloyd • George never said that they did. JJo only staled that pheasants destroyed I crops wholesale, and produced evi j di'nc<j to that effect. But the fact thru I this minor matter nppears to comprise the whole magazine of material from which the Tory armory is supplied, is significant. It Indicates the attitude of the land monopolists towards every 1 *oposal to Interfere with their monopoly, and it shows that same Is. in tlieir eye.-?, still sacred,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Premier and Senator. THE APPEAL ABANDONED. A SATISFACTORY COMPROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

Premier and Senator. — ^ . THE APPEAL ABANDONED. A SATISFACTORY COMPROMISE. A compromise has been effected in the actions of Dishy Frank Denham I and Denham J3ros. a^alns^ Myles a. 1 Feyrleks on the* foUowinR \irmx: "Thsu the defendant, Myles A. Ferrlrk.v, should abandon the-appeal ' on the plaintiffs, Di^hv L'*ri\nk Denham and Denham .Pros., abandoning tin.* ver dicts for damages awarded In both cases, mi their accenting the wim of £f>50 towards the costs, of the action." i Mr. Ryan sinter?, In an Interview, j that he regards the arrangement as most favorable. inasmuch as. while savins Ipindn-ds of pound* to the de fendant. It had tlio effect at th* mtiv; time of depriving the verdict of Its weight as an authoritative prec-donl. On the other hand, all due credit must be given to »*. Uenhrim for bein«,r actuated hy generous motives towards Mr. Ferrieks, as he (Mr. Oenhatn) wishes It to be understood. Mr. Ryan states that he ha:s no doubt that this was the case. The result of the ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

ASPENDALE PAllIC UAC1NG cum. SATURDAY, JANUAltY 10, 1914. £100.—MAIDEN PLATK, tpscal weijjhls, 2jT3., 6.12; 3yrs,, 7.12; 4vrs. aud upwards, B.i. Piv« t'urloiiKs. £U3.—STEEPLECHASE. Aleut two mil. s, £150.—AaPE.NDALii PLATE ;.ncj PUKSK, divided equally iLto two stales, Six lur £150.—ASPKNDALE PARK HANDICAP. On-.- mile uml a quarter. £70.—JUA1PEKS' FLAT J£ACL\ for liorsfj that have started »n ary hurdle race oi »tee|>lecbase prior to tbe tunc of entry. One mile and a quarter. ENTRIES clo*v Lotoro G p.m. on MON DAY, JANUARY 5. 1914,rritl, the secretary, at Mr. M. P. Cousidines office. V.R.C. Build tags, 491 licurk-.-stree;. Handicap* declared Tburiday, January 8 R. K. Mftitlnnd, Handicapper. J, a. CEOOEii. Prop, and Eon. See. (Late of Flinders Lau-.), 315 Collins Street, tfiasemrnO, two doors ficm Beaucbtn:p» Auction Roams an<A fnr uoor* from ' Elizabeth Street. | LOANS FROM £3 UPWARDS AdvanceJ on Piar.cs, Furniture, Scwlaj Muoaiiu?, ek'. (nttbout- ri'Uic.rul}, Deeds, I'a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CAULFIELD. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

CAULFIELD. MONDAY. Weather fine and warm. Tracks m first class conditio aud fast. Priuco Hawc beat l^cwbcrry in a sprint j over half a uiilc, iuu iu 52. Itabie rattitd | oil five furlongs iu 1.7. Flauieu saoJe over I tiirc.'Uii^rtcra of a mile ::i 1.25, L'ui was | responsible lor a mile :u 1.4di. Porch cover ed si* furlongi in 1.21j. Lndy Jane tr.i versed ix uule mi 1.49.1. lij».vicw was .it j front of Paroles ai th<; ot six ! furlongs in 1.21i, easdy run. Tympan rut tied oil three furbt.gs iu 5i\. I.a<ly Kcalya ! ran live furlongs ni 1.8J. Gi.ijv.yn was ra ) pousible for a mile and a quarter iu 2.16a, 1 Jn>pe.ator loading her over the concluding J mile. Biack Antics spurted two furlongs in 1 251. \ Two Ales was vroll in band over five fur 1 longs in 1.71. Tamburtllo <J. 1*. Kdward>i ' and Scrutineer (X. K. Kigbett) gave a first class display m a school over half a dozen ; fences. Galvciton ran halt a mile in 54. Foitertcn was responsible for u...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE "THIRD DEGREE." MEDIEVAL METHODS REVIVED. THE "COURIER" ADVOCATES TORTURING OF WITNESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

THE "THIRD DEGREE." MEDIEVAL METHODS REVIVED. THE "COURIER" ADVOCATES TORTURING OF WITNESSES. The doleful journalistic jeremiad of the "Courier," which Is over on the Hide of tho oppressor, fin thc» action f»f Mr. Prondorgast in .abolishing "the third dogroo methods" in -Victoria Is characteristic. Tlint paper, with \vo ful Ignornnca of tho subject on which It discourses, predicts that "the South ern Plate -\vlJI quickly become the Mecca of tho thug and the thief. the rascal nnd tho vagabond, and life and properly elsewhere will bo the moro secure." This ridiculous statement boiled down means that tho "Courier" gravely contends in tho .20th century that tho system of secret torturo. known as "the third decree." operates as a deterrent to crime, whereas nothing Is further from the truth.. So far from preventing crime and being a moans of bringing the criminal to Justice, that method of medieval tor ture merely serves TO MANUFACTURE CRIMINALS, and In very many cases to cause Inno cent...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE WORLD'S MEAT. THE YANKEE [?]EEF TRUST. SMALL FARMERS WIPED OUT. AUSTRALIANS, BEWARE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

THE WORLD'S MEAT. THE YANKEE BEEF TRUST. OMALL FARMERS W.IPED OUT. AUSTRAU1ANS, BEWARE I "At the recent International Con fcrrs.9 of nofri^on>ir:ii industries held at Chicago n few weeks ii^o. some highly Interesting information was given as to the development ot the coUV storage Industry, and ltu effect on the moat trade of the world. ' Incidentally, too, reference whs made to tin- • ihcrcuMod Kale "of' meats* oh tbv're.suli of the'ex pansion' of the refrigerated Industry. Tlt£ big *heep .and'cattle-raisers of the Southern Hemisphere-had been able to dlspon of their Hurplus .nWick In the ahape of-frnr.en'iheAt to I ho peoples of the N'ortluTu Hemisphere. ..The pro lific • productiveness of. far. distant countrien hp/] -.found an outlet for na tures prodlgellty ln-thn meat rociulre mem# of the countries of Kurope. The comparatively poor people , of the old European countries had been a Mo lo obtain a ch^up meat' diet by reason of the science: of nEFnicrcnATtox. Which made It poss...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TEAM TROUB'S TRICKERY. Richardson on the Rampage. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

TEAM TROUB'S TRICKERY. ' Sichardson on the Rampage. ■en she must haw been, fur he was af cUd -sore. Thb; ccr.fe.^ion -am HENNLIUVS DOWNFALL, r hi* Margaret Jane was not the kind wife who would trrant absolution for p-ccadillo of thl.s nature, anil what was ore. she told him .so, and that she :»uldn'l live with him any longer. H«-n •rv HUpphcated J'or pardon, ar:»J a.1? if to dilate the cffeiioe, or to exhibit that In ; the ordinary nature of things he could nut e foreseen the dreadful result of :;tray from the rl«id j^ath uf continency, he I hU wife that a married woman, use name lie would not divulye, was j source ot the life's muddy stream.! l'hl.« explanation, however, was Just valiR-Ud.s as the other, and the Kay tram way troubadour was left lamenting. Wllll'im Richardson, tht? father, a Jl3her mati from JHawarra Lakos, raid that in January of last year he apoke to his won and heir" regarding the quality of the medicine he was prone to, which was rfomething an unsophisticated Us...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"A GENT ONE." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

••A GENT ONE.' |. From "Wellington. th»» Windy t'itv of I Maonland, «.-orn«js word that Noel GIN ' lesple. a solicitor, of Fleldijitr. u, town "nvar the Orouu rJv«r. liud pl«udvd fuilty .'.XT £X0.UCG, Uiid was rvrnuiidud to Hit Supreme Court for sentence. Another ,-f o'l ndvertlsxini.-nt for a Perpetm! ! i.-tcj Company, or better still u I'ubh; | l.ustce with Gove

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
OUR SOCIAL SALVATION. ABOLITION OR SUPERVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

OUR SOCIAL SALVATION. ABOLITION OR SUPERVIS18N. (By Aiiten Doyle}. i The social salvation ot' mankind, j whether sought in a subjective or j an objective direction, can never j be oilier than c. partial achieve : ;uent at best. Xo two individuals i are altogether in agreement as to ! the means by which it is xo be at tained, or even as to the road lead ! ing to so desirable au end. Among the many guides who assume the office of instructors it is difficult to choose. as nearly all succumb to tempi at ion themselves. Hence, it is not to be wondered at it' a wave ot' scepticism confront the professional reformer at every | turn. The militant coterie of j philanthropists who shake the banner of Xo-License in the breeze, are deserving of some attention, and 1 shall endeavour to exchange an opinion or two with them in the following article. I The mistake of these people is I in attacking the retail branch of ! I he Trade, the branch which cat:-rs ! for the popular demand. as disiin-! ; gu...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
STILL IN THE SHADOW. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

STILL IN THE SHADOW. Little Australia is imping for a Prosperous Xl-w Year. and. indeed. nil the ai^n-s are that liis New Year will Ik prosperous: but. uuforiunately lor liiin. he sits in the .shallow of Conservatism still. Two forms may bo taken a< the types «.ii' that Conservatism. They are Rumpy Dnmpiy Rvid. '.who lias lately Ik-cou.? a sort of London commercial iiiiuiv-hoiid1. ami the Day-lie Press. J11 the distance. it will bo tibsi.-rv.-ii. is Fat. and witli his stock-whip in his hand, ho is ready to apply it to ih>> th-nks of the Labor Donk. However, by the recent look of things, ii does not seem probable that Fat will ride the Australian .Moke much longer. This is the festive Christinas time when we wish all good luck When we drink beer that's amber clear ami eat the roasted duck. Plum puddings too ami mils and fruits and put toys in the soeks (And after suffer tummy pains 1'rom indigestion's shocks) We preaeh just now: "Peace on the earth also good will to ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 2- ±- iF- ~s "TV7!- -Tv ^-,- ^ ,'i-.s c jj ORDER A J.P.J. NEW YEAR SUIT ON EASY PAYMENTS 10s. DEP., 2/0 WEEK. EASY, ISN'T IT? • OBDEn TOtTRS NOW. ' " Jo P. JONES The Easy Payment Tailors — i Royal Arcade. Clsk2± ■Trrfru- ■ vW?* .•jp. Now opcnod U3 & Li"" ^ French Cafo and Tea Rooms, -i .j, , , — _ . , Under tho management FiANCAItSJJ THE CENTREYVAY ARCADE, of Mr. Karle \V. Kleyo, Uto of tbo Savoy. THEATRE SUPPKIiS Collins Street A SPECIALITY. I federal MEDICAL INSTITUTE. DR. MALONEY, Medical Director. 513 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE. TT.htj. 2 to 3: 7 to 8. | Treatment by CORRESPONDENCE for Peoplo in tie COUNTRY is our SPECIALITY. FRES—By letter, including iledicine, 5/«. POSTAL AUDREYS— I You call on us .. 2/3. TlOX 5C3. O.P.O., MELBOURNE. g Dr. Leger Ersou, 157 COLLINS STJIEET. Consultation Honrs, 11 a.m.. 2 to 4 p.ra., fir in the everJnjj, by anrointinont. Bpeeiaiity, Tho Red Plague. Tel. 7375: 51. Win. THE N.S.W. MONT DE PiETE DEPOSIT Ai-iD IHVE-S...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

" restored tv youp. wt-f.ks BY thb USE OF Dr. ricord'S Essence ol life to the mott ^hutere.1 v\a- •' ssssawr!::": *■•>»: "■ a os^"i »">''» ^ili c..p- o-''-0- a!'»-",ri' ladies . . illid must huer? yu». X khw syu1ngu .sss-' {ur <rvv u'v.'.so s\onuuus 5; sic vtii'l' r -tr "t • h^n_, ^ ae jgsSBH'". v ;

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