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THE MAN IN THE BOX. Woman Gets a Scare and Screams. Exciting Chase Over Back-Yard Fences. Fugitive Ducks Through Roomful of Dressmakers. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

THE MAN IN THE BOX. Woman Gets a Scare and ; Screams. Exciting Chase Over Back-Yard Fences. 1'ugitive Ducks Through Roomful of Dressmakers. What might. h£Te been the subject of a fine biograpb film causcd some cxci'cmcn; iu Moy-itroct ar.d Brighton-road, St. KiJiia, last week. Sirs. Charlotte West, of 37 Mov street, was in her yard when she w-s starUtd to see a movement in old coat that covered a box in which ferrets *ero kept. Then a man's face pcep.'d out from under the coat, and, wam.m-l-ke, %he creamed. With that the man jumped o-.ii, and, opvu ing tbo yard sate, took to bis heels. Mrs. West, hGwover. wasn't th«» first that had hud occasion to nolice the stranjer. A few minutes before, H<n:y IIarric3, a car rier, wh» was, with his brother. loading a wargon in a right-of-vrcy near iloy-ctreet, spotted two men, ono carrying c. parcvl that he thought had been pinched from the waggon. While he was calling h:s brother's attention to them they d'sapp2arcd. The next thins "*...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

EXTRAS TROUSERS FREE WITH EACH ,± SO'- 63' SUPERB CHOICE OF PATTERNS! FAULTLESS FIT! | Minute Attention to Details! Every Suit Guaranteed Stirring events are bnpp.'im thronging to see thousands for your New Year Suit t<.; the Yaluo unequalled, th* s orda sdvertis Trousers FRflE. This .. the G.P.O. To here tlionsanJs of de^sive opportunity-seizing men r.rs dai.y v patterns that vro h:\vc brought from English, Scotch, Irish, ami Australian lootr.s Why aro they so eagerly sought after? It is because Lbe Quality is unchallenged, -iprwedentod in the Tailoring world. Remember, with aU "London" Order Suits, in value in "London" Tailoring, we are protecting to every man in Australia EXTRA Ke is i Do you know of an/ cth'.r ( 6uit? Docs not ouj- rep .t.-V.-i' '' NOTCH of TAILORING C55'-::* made to-day. Remember, dissatisfaction. Call oc send at once ir.r 3^* rect measure chart and *\pe ^oi hance like this? Were you offered an eitra pair of Trousers FREE with ytur last rougbout the ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHARGE OF INFANTICIDE. Young Married Woman Committed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

i CHARGE OF INFANTICIDE. Young Married Woman Committed. A young married ■woman named Emma I ttuby Donohue, of Elliniinyit, stands coin* 1 xniued to tal:e ucr trial at the Geelong sit ! tings of tue Supremo Court next month, on 1 tiie charge of the wilful murder of bcr in ' fant, which was found buried in the bach ' yard of ihe accused's residence about three I A lengthy inquiry conducted by the Acting- 1 1 Coroner, Mr. W. Schvood, J.l\, and com- j ! eluded at Colic ©u Monday last, elicited the ^ | cireuinetacces, which ha^e already been tie- j tailed in ' Truth," as to the birth and burial ; ' of the child, and the disciv«:ry of its dead ' bvJy by the police. The accused, when first j j interrogated, denied baviug ! I BECOME A MOTIIKI1, . | | but the subsequently coatcsjed tlie fact to , ; i-.sy u'-'t^etiviii, and admitted that ehu had ; j ujg a hole iu the yard, and placed the in- : | ;..:tt, which sin* th-'.U'^tii wrs deud, iu it. ! ; Ur. Nank- rvis, during his eridrnce, stated , ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BELTED AND BOOTED In City Pub. The Lord Mayor on Ethics of Fair Fighting. Substantial Fine Imposed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

BELTED AND BOOTED I In City Pub. The Lord Mayor on Ethics of Fair Fighting. Substantial lriho Imposed. The new City Court, Russell-street, was ' formally opened by. the Lord Mayor, Cr. D. j V. Hennessey, on TuesJay. There has prob- ' ab!? never snt such u Bench, numerically, as took their seats ua this occasion. Besides the Lord Mayor was Mr. P. J. Dwyer, P.M., and there were honorary justices in iiumcrabJe, The list was not a Ion*; one, • aud the offenders ia the majority of in- ; stances were ieniently dealt with. A sub- I *;untial fine Tras, howevor, iuipjsed in the case of Itohert Morion, a thick-set, burly young fellow, who was presented ou a charge ; of uulawi'ul assault upon James McAllister. '■ Ho was undefended, McAl.istor, who ap- j poircd in court with his head swathed in , bandages, said that he was a wharf laborer, j and resided in fliudcrs-streU. At 2.50 p.m. j on tiK' previous uay he was in the National ; Hotel, L5ourl:e-s;reec, and saw accus.d there, ! with a. compan...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SUNDAY SOAKING. Different Law for Rich and Poor Legally Drinking in Prohibited Hours. Hobart Clubs and What They Are. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

SUrJOAY SOAKING. , Different Law for Rich and Poor Legally Drinking in Prohibited Honrs. Hobart Clubs and What They Ara ■ (From 'TmtHV Taemanian Correspondent.) Society is a Tery long way off attaining uniformity of law for rich and poor. But nowhere els© in tbe Commonwealth is so barc-faced a differenco xnado in tho liquor laws £3 applied to tho weCl-ofl and the ordinary wage-earner as in Tasmania. Tho island State has an ordinary set of licensing lawa for poor people, and practically no licensing laws for rich people. 4 Hotels in Tasmania are supposed to close at 11.30 p.m., whilst five miles it tho mini* mum a traveller must have travelled before legally bo s« :rvcd w ith drink on SUIKIJV. In these rn odtrn d ays of motor <:ar>. ih. i- distance lim it iinpns -s a i mark of different iation as :t operati s r« ??pectivel} rich and poor. The g Wade of a luainl.m1 d tourist, wi '0 has inv r.ded the island % villi bis moto r car. : and who bas r-pent S. •uv.rdav ni-ht og...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PUMPHREY'S PLIGHT. Committed for Trial. Over a Dress Basket. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

PUMPHREY'S PLIGHT. Committed for Trial. Over a Dress Basket. The disappearance of a dress basket con tairuiig eight drt-sscs end a pair of boots b^Iongin^ to Mrs. Elian Watt, of Camp bell-street, Collingwcod. led to the appear ance at the Fitrro? Police Court on Friduv last wcel: of a man named George Pnm phrey on a chajge of hav.og stolen the articles. which were valued at £18. The prosecution was conducted by Sub-Inspector fihavr, and the accused, who pleaded cot guilty, war. defended by Mr. J. J. Carroll. The evidence adduced on behalf of the prcsccution went to show that the basket was packed at Daylesford by Mrs. V»"att, and brought by her hu=b-nd to Melbourne on the 7th inst. Boarding a Clifton Jliii tram at &bout 7.30 in the evening, he placed tho basket on the front platform of the car, and then stood on tho dummy with his back to the rails. At the comer of Bourke end Swanston streets, the accused got on the car. When the tram reached Foy and Gib son's, Watt discover...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MARKET-MAN FEENEY And the Notorious Neesons. Feeney Charged with Misappropriating Gonce. Accused Discharged, [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

MARKET-MAN FEENEY And the Notorious Necsons. Fecney Charged with Misappropriating Goncc. Accused Discharged, 1 Interest in a easo "which caused cons'der- j ! ablo stir in police official circles some tinio ago was revived by a prosecution in the City Court on Wednesday, when a middle aged woman named Dorothy Necsoii charged, on criminal summons, a man named Patrick Fecncy with hating illegally ' converted to his own use a sum of £125. 1 Tho history of the claim is interesting. To wards the end of 1912 complainant and her husband were arrested by the detectives on char~c3 of reviving stolen gc-ods. They carried on, conjoint y. a produce and fruit storo at 114 I/.ttle CollTs-strco;, near the Kjstern -Market. Tho husband was arrest . ,i on the oharjjo, but sov^ht- ni tho time to rxoni-rife hi^ wife, statin'.; that she knew i nothing of tho criminal t ran vie- j tio:;?, whcrcttpcu it was decided bv the ! authorities to procccd against Mrs. Nccson made at a house oecup.ed by the Neosons ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BUTTER FATS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

"It ia exasperating to tli'nk ihat departmental inii:Torcncc should bare allowed a gTent ccnrce of wealth to bccorae so #crioUidy prejudiced when a little core and rojrulaiion niight baro preserved a proper itajidard of ei£c:<ncy and * oonitanUy i expanding trado."—Daily papor. i i— — STRANGLING THE GOOSE THAT LAYS THE COLDEN- EGGS. Iters U a goo« that Uys us eoloon esg*, But rreedj Fatir.cn have her br th* nock To profits in a iiwy pinch and pouch TL-rt ttcuIJ our jrar-'lcs'. source of export «r>elc. The Government should take a f.r:n decisive stand, Ar.d chase th< sar.~ ci booking chcuscn off— If not, the butter men atraad rriii uskanco look— •Vujtralia will become s Ly-word and a s?o£f!

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

ym> maAfr -fowf tecu urtwcJv coatd {c^ iptt c.ariim,(rh (^>1 -fattyr Jwj.tfim <yj<r(hbr -gor tfib *dann& tyloti£a^

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
IDEAL IN THE HOME THE VEEDEE For Self=Treatment. FREE TREATMENT AT THE INSTIUTE. STILL IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

STILL IN MELBOURNE. \lthough it wng'the intention of tho •'< lidoo Specialists to loave Melbourne v. tho end of tho year, so great lias i . n tho demand for their services that ;-:y hnvo decided to prolong thoir stay, they aro therefore still hero, giving treatments daily to patients nt tho ;ituto. The fame of tho Vecdeo gets . ' -iter tho longer they stay. Sufferers haro gained relief through tho use j'« "".ho ''Little Steol Doctor" aro not ' v to tell their friends, and those • nds in turn come to &co for them . ;<?s what tho Voedeo can do and in . *i toll other frionds. and so tho circlo v'eodob supports wifloua fivi** ■' r j: ; SELF USE IN THE HOME. jo Veede© is undoubtedly tlio ideal • o doctor. In hundreds of homes it - replaced tho old array of bottles of . ;.-s and boxes of pills that used to be r.<: lisitioned whenever any member of ;amily had an ache or a pain or felt o.: "olor. Its wonderful property of • !.. : litl,v stopping pain...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

M SE^D ©Ss. TO-DAY, Plus Is. for Postage, s.ndl Get a VEEDEE fey Retort THE BEST INSURANCE AGAINST SIGKNESS. THE VEEDEE INSTITUTE. OO Queen Street, MELBOURNE.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VATICINATIONS. Geelong (Saturday). Moorabool Welter. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

Geelong (Saturday). Moorabool Welter. BLACK PAN ... 1 JTJLLT7XDUR 2 ' DEWBERRY 3 Second Jumpers' Flat. THE MAJESTIC NXJT 1 COROXATUS 2 HARLECH 3 Gecloag Cup. HISS GOWEll 1 TEE BEGGAR MAID 2 EARL GODWIN 3 Corio Plate. GEORGETTE ... ... 1 APIARIST 2 PRECIOUS 3 ■Corio Purse KAREELA 1 LUXDOYXE 2 LYNCEUS 3 Final Handicap. L1POLA 1 STEIXBOK 2 BULLIE B 3

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Williamstown (Monday). Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

j' Williamsiown (Monday). Hurdle Race. MeALPIX 1 LUCY 13AKR 2 COMMONWEALTH 3 Maiden Plate. RAHEEN (or BOYTAH) 1 WTXETH 2 POSADENA 3 Foundation Day Cap. ATORA ... ... 1 ' GLADWYN ... ... ... ... 2 6T. YAXO ; ... - 3 Steeplechase. FOSTERTON 1 THE GUIDE 2 W.T.9 3 Anniversary Handicap. TWO ALES 1 COOI.AMATON'G 2 IIOXODL* 3 Welter Handicap. CULMA 1 APIAKIST 2 DUEL 3

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
GEELONG MEETING. Programme of Events. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

I GEELONG MEETING. Programme oi Events. i The following is the programmo of crenls ' to be decided at Gcelong this (Saturday) i afternoon : — ! MOORAUOOL WELTER. Ouo Mil8. Karl Godwin 9 9 Jacli Crusoe ... 3 1 ' Uosi'vlew 9 7 Soeotra 8 1 Monodia 8 11 Maloja 8 1 , Cuius 8 11 Karecla 7 13 i JUnck P**>n 8 9 Kltharn 7 13 Jullundur 8 9 Actite Lad ... 7 13 Dewberry 8 7 Mv Nance 7 13 Flora ..." 8 7 M.T.L 7 9 Fiyin- Fla- ... 8 7 Uki 7 9 Yuranicrh's Chryseis 7 7 Daughter ... 8 5 Golden Princess 7 7 RoPtij 8 5 Paper Money 7 7 Coral Fisher ... 8 3 Imperator 7 7 Gaby 8 5 TJna Gray 7 7 Li«ht Ballast 8 3 SECOND JUMPERS' FLAT. One Mile and Three Furlongi. La George 10 9 Napkarb 9 5 •S'rathdoon ... 10 5 Puaka 9 5 Yuranish'* Gorue Moore 9 3 Daurhtc-r ... 10 "•> Merry Monarch 9 1 Majestic Nut ... 10 3 "Wliito Water 8 9 Winsrarara 9 13 Tho Miser. 8 7 •Tack London 9 9 Chunda 8 7 HariecU 9 7 Coronatns 8 7 GEELOXG CUP. One Mile. Sea Prhico 9 10 Coolamaton? .. 7 7 Beggar Maid - 9 Eishon 7 3 Hcros 8 1...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WILLIAMSTOWN MEETING. Programme of Events. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

WILLIAMSTOWN IViEETING. Programme of Events. The following is the programme cf events to be decided in connection with the "Wil liarastown Anniversary Meeting on Monday nest: — HURDLE PACE. Two Miles. t ... 11 7 Commonwealth 9 7 ... 11 1 Flinch 9 7 ... 10 9 Lucy Barr ... 9 7 ... 10 7 Seldom 9 5 ... 10 0 Kildeer 9 0 MAIDEN PLATE. , Fire Furlongs, Diorasd 9 1 Malvaceous... 3 3 Midland Boy 3 12 Poppeia 8 5 8 12 Pernickety 8 3 8 12 Pittsburgh 8 3 8 11 Amata 8 3 8 11 T.N.O 8 5 8 11 Boytah 6 12 8 6 Raheen... ... 6 12 8 3 Paarl 6 9 ; FOUNDATION* DAY CTJP. One Mile and Three Furlongs. McAIpin Domus ... Poomah Porilock Aroca ... Posadena ... Audriculi .. Sir Jack ... Mane King Wyneth Bowmore ... Campus ConGde... . Fostertor... W.T.S Tbs Guide . King Dark Payto ... . ....9 0 Pearl Kin? ....8 0 Indiscrect ... 7 11 tMonodia .. . ... 7 IX Wi ...7 6 Gaby STEEPLECHASE. Tt7o Miles. . ... 11 7 Talarno ... ... 10 9 Seldom ... . ... 10 7 Tamburcllo 10 7 Pinpres3 ... s ... 10 2 Reldas . ... 10 0 Camasa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

STANDARD FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW ZEALANX*> Limited. Capital Authorised ... £1,000,000. ' Capital Paid Up atid .Reserves used in Business ... £160,000. RISKS COVEUKD: FIRE ind UAEINK, PERSONAL ACCIDENT EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY PLATE GLASS and BURGLARY. Victorian Branch— 66 MARKET ST., MELBOURNE (One door from Colim' StrcJt). F. C. Collis, Manager. T. MARSHALL'S LOANS" Upwards ARE REAL EASY ON THE BORROWER. up£rd» ALL WORKERS and LADIES I ALL WORKERS and LADIKSl YOUR PROMISE TO PAY Sufficient Sccuriiyt 97-99 QUEEN STREET, CITY, Ground Floor. No Stairs. No Lift.' 'Phono 70C'?» BAKER'S STAD! DUDLEY STREET, WEST MELBOURNE. Personal Direction REG. L. ("SNOWY") BAKER. SATURDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 24. WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. OP THE .WORLD, at 8.50 p;m. TOM WALDEMAR * • McCORMICK v. HOL.SERG (England). , (DonmarlcJ.' - • ^ Preliminary Contest at 8 o'clock aharp. •. -a Prices—£1 fllcssrred Chairs*: 30b. ■ 5». and ?■*. »- . Special Service .of West Melbourne Trams, also Motor '...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TURF TATTLE, [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

TURF TATTLE, Geeloa;; to-day. , Woodend on Wednesday. Camperdosrn on Monday. I Williamstown on Mondav. I •Ballarat Minors' on Friday. | Thu^f0 Turf Club on Wcd,lf^ at'ca^is^""" *°a th<! doubts I ^^S;tab,e *b°™;» *•, E- iDi at Caulfie'ld'kst0 Sat-jrdayEl""tiaE £DisieI ■5:s^g.nsis;-" Entries close on Timlin.. * . 1 races, to be ran />* is ? "Wallace .v ' b rua 02 TuMJay, Fcbruarr 10 A^t^lian B7ikap and dar. declared oa Tu„. thf'wrHrf' faSt f°'~ 0 suddenly caP> but. cropped out: Both The LjiH/c and Seq-a-o-. , - XtaHad»dtorel,M iUf,ie' * "wpek ^.lita,^^" «n», Aftor a lenstbv abscn-« ,vor^ f Sharpshooter 1 ! n rac«oa."» Handicap,^ : « "aui: l aeia. wiucli accounted for th* tim vT I eo moderate. e beic£ J Kurrakai battled cn in ?u« tr 1 ••.< ■' Trial, and W cm , Eoakanbb 1 ttofier. Xie gobarfil ia- °Ut second round" tie countrv, £ dlu® *o«W be haadr j H-dS" *dd LI/,41;ia <b* ! sHe scored that ™ 1 w°nii«noir that "a«n the toe^a™; " 'eD51li0M! wta x££...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. BecutifuJ ircib, cJcar momwg; tracts ia food order, and pJeatjr dc;ug oa them, -iloaocija <J. iiisa.iis) ieu oil mth a too Lie, niceiy uoiiu m i.kjj. Ino rouug ciunt branu ciunu gtreicnca out a on lor nvu luriougs ou mo tau, aua ma the hn*l coupJu Oi luriuu^d in l£3}. Loch Awos went stcauitv. ileros Oouit-a a»utig fur su furioiifia ia i.iioi, UJJU j.oiai smwr put- iu a iuvtvttg less tu •i.u. cuiia.i woa m$o liituug out a bu, and uid ms anal hul:-ui„o m bo. Lunusjne and nud ili'T 1,>:t "" " fur'»uS lurther, /,!t ^a»o^t Antoinuitv, and Uarucur weiu veu^'i ^sj0' wori' wkiit* VV.T.S. aud Avocu Inm"a"C',ri lE' ■Bar:''t'r> S^opcil wren fur k?M °n ^ ;au m 1'iS- <*• Bar n vii ^0J.clutu,tl s-JUie pace work with iiu.li 11 11 0,1 liltt taa. Mmt Sauce travel >» a miJe» lJOi:i" last six luriongs m 1M. am; ftamt Ucvue ran the last icSr Bow1 ™"™»s •" 5». wh'lo Kumikai and 1 u a Juile at abuuj an ctcii lime ►Pted. Llativard aud Cair...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE KNIGHT OF THE GARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

THE KNIGHT OF THE GARTER. (Proa "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) ! Messrs. Cibbs. Hulton,. and Co.. tho ! agents for the Knight of the Garter, yc»- 1 terday forwarded to Ncwcastlo some 23 : cases containing t'lfts of wearing apparel J for the women on Easter Island. Oh! tho Knight of the Garter sailed over • the noil. j With twenty-eight cape.? of new linjerlo— j With hats nnd with bonnets and toques , by tho score. { And frowns of the fashion that's termed "Dlroctolro"; I With shoes, boots, and slippers and, need less to t<?U. With black and tan stockings and—car ter* as welL Tho "Knight of the Garter" completed her ^ . 1 .-XUM, ""th ;;uto \\;>j ;o>* lij their eyes, V-m* was pink on their cheeks, They'd been waiting her coming for weeks and for weeks— And all. with a beautiful ernllo on their face#, Watched tho sallormen walk down th" plank with tho cases 1 There were twenty-eight sailors got off at the lslo. And basked in the warmth of that bcautl* ful smile. And ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE S'AFRICAN SITUATION. COSMOPOLITAN GAPITALIST CONSPIRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

{FROM 61"DM"r "TRUTH," JANUARY 18.) T -it the deeda oC b'oi (I per-1 nct.'-'Vtl in South Africa, during | -ii-iko there Inst July—when] ye/i-ar soldiers lay ddwn in the, in-i<;|S, mid slaughtered men and vnji'ls and wounded women, nir J of which unfortunate people ' li'D. no intent ions which were )•, ue least degree hostile—would r • i■ iiil! the spirit of the working • whom it was sought to in lit dale, ought to have been clear M he rulers of South Africa. An-, i.i^ntlv, however, what took U'>e has not taught the Govern fn'f'.it of South Africa anything. Iiii'chlieck policy of "blood and based upon t»ie experience lie majority ot its supporters he fights between Britons and .rH iV.-ving the war in boutli .'fries, is not the policy to mti r:dat»"'- for any great length ot i;"c 11 bodies of stalwart work ;,f. as fl.re to be found upon , ■■■«.■'• . poor little Tommy Atkins, ->*!.,iVxl and regimented to shoot ;u the word of command, is, nsu rd'y, of inferior material ...

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