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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

RICHMOND RACING CLUB. 3. WREN, General Manager. TROTTINGJEETINC. To b* held on Richmond Racecourse. TUESDAY NEXT, JAN. 27. First Event Starts at 2.33, TRANSIT- j Special Bicbmond Tram Scrrlce every 2 . minutes direct to entrance gate*. Fare, 2d. ] Cftbi {rota eifcy direct U oour*c £3 UPWARDS £5 UPWARDS £3 UPWARDS Su;ull Wc'.'kly Repayments — — Small Weekly Rypiyincn'.s . Small Weekly Repayments Householders and Workers . Householders and Workers ——1 — Householders and Workers — Privately : Day of Applies*.. ru Privately ; Day of Applied;: — Privately: Day 'of Applicstn. harry" hall 315 Collins Street (PiTe Doors from Elirabeth Street). , THE IMPERIAL HAiiTORESSi:! 1 SALOON. i PAIR TREATMENT. FAIR CHAB3S3. | Bt*riKzrd Satocn Materials. 229 Bourko Street (OppiriA Tbcilre Rot"1^. A. J. GRAY. Prc^-i^o? Prints and nubl'sbcd bv JOHN NORTON, the Proprietor, nt fbe R^Ut^rod Offica i>i "Truth," No. 3 RojraMane, Mclboanj*. i® ttu £i^t« of Victoria

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

CAULFIELD. TUESDAY. Tracks in excellent condition, and weather ; fcne and very pleasant. ' Dewberry commenced proceedings by skip- ) piuj; ovtr a >uilc aud a iurlon; ju 2.6, the c-uciuJiug mile occupying Liu. Lord Cupu- ' lei ivus str«dn.y a.on». Liquation was let oil lightiy. K.nle was well in hand lor su lur- i longs in iieritus hull-paced, and Sea ; Piuice had an ettay task, toman was even ! time ortr live funongs. Paris hit up three iuriongs in 401. llathlea (li. Cameron) was \ go:ng very leisurciv lor thrte-quarteis cf a mile in 1.22L Lynceus (A. Doy) traTersed . live iurlongi iu 1.8. Gangway ttting) cover- i vi a mile and a tuncus in Z.'i, the final mile in 1.52. Flaucu <J. Henderson; was respon sible lor three-quarters of ft mile in 1.214. • Upright was on the easy list, and IScsevieW only tiottou. Swank Trent live furlongs at , an even time gait. Golden llou'k was going comfortably over the same course in 1.15$. Glaawyn iG. Grace? yas better than La George iJ. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FINDS OF STOLEN PROPERTY. Police Get a Move On. Some Rich "Plants" Discovered. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

FINDS OF STOLEN PROPERTY. Police (jet a Alove On. Some Rich "P.ants" Discovered. ITho long list of robberies of jewellery and other raluab es from city and suburban I homes during the past few mouths ba« 1 spurred the pohco iuto something approach ing vigilance and activity, witb the result that a good deal of stolen property bag been recovered. One of the first "plant*" wu3 located oo Sunday afternoon last, not by a member of the police force, however, but by k mau named John Orledge, who, awakening from a "snooze" in theFitzroy Gardens, saw a lady's white handbag pro* : trading from the pipo of a culvert cJoso , by. Making an investigation, Orledge lound four other handbags, one of which was FULL OF JEWELLERY. He informed the police, who took possession of tbe artie.es. Port on of the jewellery was identified as the property of Charles Frank Orr, 745 Malvern-road, Toorak. It, was missed on tho 11th inst. Detectives- A«hton and Ethell and several : constables being loid off to inqu...

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

SECRET HISTORY ®F THE. SEWi Why Should a Family Sewing l¥lachsoi@ Cost J£14 10s,? THIS JEWING IS MATTER FOR THE THRIFTY MACHINES are produced in countries where labor and naterials aro HOUSEV/IFIi'S SERIOL'S idorably cheaper th CONSIDERATION. in Australia, though some import cheap-mado machines undor patriotic Australian department btor© machines or any other machino t'-at will not show its factory naino and trad._ .. . a Drophoad machine no matter what namo or make, does not cost rnoro than ouo-third of £14 of selling or distribution is too high. in Australia. No sowing machines are rondo the j*.«opli> bel.e > so. I'ewaro of cheap k<i. Thero b no duty on sowing machines. To produco Why on aro tho*- so dcai 'i Tho reason is tho cost BH0WN, Into Singer, Manager, let tho cat out of tho bag when ho stated that:—"Tho actual ccwt valuo of a machine sold in Australia for £14 103. would not bo over £2 10s., and was inroioed to Australia for £3 10s, Soo tho following clippi...

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

Hughie Mchcgaa meet* Milburu Saylor in Syuuey ou uigh;. Eddio McGcorty will be in Tom McCor mick's corner uu Saturday uight. A notice tourney for 8.8 and 9.8 boys will bo commcuccd at the M.A.P. oa lebruary Jack Clarke, tho English boxer, has re* turned to Melbourne, aud is looking for a match with an; agreeable middleweight. * * * •—"IV-i®••■•aid—kUa^—-i»--floina to join those whom increasing nvoirdupo.j has forced into a header division, and that henceforth he wiJl fight aa a welter-weight. "Boro" DnseoJl, the crack English feather weight who created such ,a favorable im pression o-> Saturday niebt, is to me«t George Taylor at the Melbourne Stadium on the 3lst init. McCoy's early reappearance in Melbourne was announced last week, and now it has been arranged that he • shall engage Nat | WUliama when the latter makes his Austra* j 2ian debut here on February 7. I The following contest* have been set down for decision at the.M.A.P. on Monday night: "Red'* Mitchell r. "Young" Will...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SIMPSON IMPROVES, But Not Enough for Driscoil. "Boyo" Knows Too Much. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

SIMPSON IMPROVES, I But Not Enough for DriscolL j "Boyo" Knows Too Much. | Tho 4,000 present at the Dudley-street Stadium on Saturday night bad their moneys worth when Charlie Sampson, the local featherweight, met "Bovo" Driscoll, the clever Englishman. Though Driscoll has been in Australia for some cons derablo time, he bad, previous to Saturday night, ' i only engaged in one contest—at Sydney, j against Simpson, whom he knocked out in | the seventeenth round. After that, ho was : I laid by for a long time with rheumatism, vhich, however, yielded to treatment in ti« ' ! thermal districts of New Zealand, and be 15 now bis old self again, though when be , cumbcd mto the ring on Saturday uight in sweater and loose, buggy trousers, and with a pale, drawn face, be looked anything but well. Stripped, however, his body showed iu perteel condition, and though tbe weights were announced: Driscoll 9.0, Simpson 8.13, the' difference appeared greater. Tbe con test was acaio between a boxer and...

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

DRUNKENNESS : GURSD. ! A Peaceful Home Relieved of a Curse ODCf and 'or all time bj ] EUCRASY, I Ur». 3. v. writ« Pear Sir,—" Oil, hoff liajip* I am that my hnibintl }jx« ]o>t hI! Ll* «ppetite for Tl-« KUORASY care tor druukemtfti! tiai nl)p>l a ntiM-iore into tbonstixli of hitlicrW Itdxn lt« wnrk •l,«ntty •nd «ur*!y tb*t whlla t''« derotM. wlfp, or GIVE IT SECRETLY Costs Nothing to Try COUPON. e.-eipt of tVi*Cou|-on rim} three itamps f<>i aud thousand* o ? a trial package *timuuiul letters. Address—The Eucrasy Co., 62 Hunter St., Sydney*

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

ALLECED THEFT. Hugh McLean Committed. A charge of baviAg stolen a woman's hand bag, three handkerchiefs, a Panama bat, and 17s. 7Jd.t the property of Arthur Smith, was preferred against Hugh McLean at the Footscray Police Court on Tuesday. ' \ The principal evidence for the prosecution", was given by Arthur Smith, living at 5 Geelong-road, FooUcray, and hit wife,' Elizabeth Smith. It was to the cffect • that4' McLean called at the house and told Mrs. Smith that he wished her husband to brim; come loose boxes to Footscray. She crossed.' the road to telephone to Mr. Smith, tearing . McLean is the yard. Shortly afterwards Smith arrived homo in timo to catch He Lean Tearing the front door with & Panama» hat under his arm. *1 fust tried it vn to see if it would fit" was his explanation. When searched by Constable Ross, HcL*on had a hand-bag, money, and handkerchiefs in his possession. Accused was committed to stand fc-s trial at the Court of General Sessions com-mnc-' ing on Febr...

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

ECZEMA AHD SKIN IRRITATION.' Ever' have any irritation of the 6kin? There are many tonus of it. Piles, obstiii ate to cure. Eczema, just as bad, and just as bard to cure. But Doan's Ointment does it, cures every irritating skin trouble. No irrUauoa of the skin can resist us healing, waUmig influence. Every reader of this' article suffers, or lias at same time suffered, with tormenting skis irritation, aud it may ' return-at any time. Doan's Oinuneni will ' cure ia every case. .. Mre. J. McLean, grocer, Brighton-street, ftobmond, Melbourne, says:—"My soa '*> suffered from a very irritating form of skin • complaint,- which, resembled Ecsema. It was excessively painful and itchy, l saw in the paper a testimonial from a matt who had been cured of a similar complaiut by .. Doan's Ointment, and sent to Hood's Phar macy for a pot. He used it carefully, According to directions, and it cured him. He » entirely free of tbo Ecxeina now, thanks to Doau's Ointment." Five years.later, Mrs. McL...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BOOZE AT BRIGHTON. A "Pleasant Sunday Afternoon." Young Man Annoyed When Beef Supply Cut Off. Throws Glass at Doorkeeper and Breaks a Window. Crowd Jostles the Copper—Who Makes a Double Catch. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

BOOZE AT BRIGHTON. A "Pleasant Sunday Afternoon." Yonng Man Annoyed When Beef Supply Cut OtL Throws Glass .if. Doorkeeper and Breaks a Window. Crowii Jostles tliu Copper—Who flakes «a Double Catch. A stranger maWr.s h* first Sunday visit lo Brighton or any of the wore distant seaside resort.-; rubs his t:« .m unci wonders if ho is L-liil in Victoria, whore the wowser element Ins <?> ins?sjt«?n:!y obtruded ixself into th^ rt\:\h:.tion o: how p- t t lo shall live end \vhr. i:i.;y may and m.iy noi tin, The Voos' -Vury;;— < ..mijctniuiis :ii which, hun dreds of liit.!,—.uiil Wuiun.—i .u't riy eugajjc for no o:iur jvuoii than that u is Sunday lire anything bui tuifyiu;:. io_s.iv tUe least of it, r.iul ii is not t > be wondered ;u th-t the polire, oa-rjiully hovering in the offing, often ret b:^T,'r oontraels on Sundays than during all tho r«'«; of the work, iiiighton has had "pkasant Sunday af.'ernoonj," that rril, po down in hiflory, but of late things hnvo b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
IMPUDENT IMPOSTOR Poses as Werribee Magnate, And Takes Down Two Unfortunate Immigrants. Sentenced to a Month's Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

IMPUDENT. IMPOSTOR Poses as Werribee Magnate, j And Takes Down Two Unfortunate Im sTii^r-int?. Sentenced to n Month s GaoL An osnmpl^ wa? Tnr>-r^c Court | bv Mr. P. J. Pwycr. P.M., on Thursday, of a'voun". buikin;* fellow, fairly well dres?e(l. earned HahertJS'-vl^u, v.-bo was charged with | iuh» ptetencf* The allocation was that'he bad obtained 11?. bv a trick from two young £rue<t Cohins. Acou.'r-d was undefended. ( Stare# aud Collins gav» evidence to the , 'fleet that at 9.50 a.m. on the 19th inst. they j •were at a registry office in Collins-street, | where the- met accused, who got into con- j vernation with them. Accused said he had I oeca waiting since the previous Friday lor 1 -wo men whom ho wished to emplov, but ' hat thev bad disappointed him. He said . ::e was a station owner at Werribee, and required two men as fcoundarv riders, but ■ :h« thov must bo Englishmen; he would ?o cncace them at the rato of 60s. rer week i :'.nd their keep, and wont with them to...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TURF Weights, Entries, &c. Racing Calendar. JANUARY, [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

Weights, Entries, &c. Racing: Cn-Iendo?. JANUARY, 26. 'Williamstown Hacea. 31. Sandown Park Races.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RORTY RUBY. Yagged at Richmond. And Sent to Army Home. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

RORTY RUBY. Yagged at Richmond. And Sent to Array Home. "A wayward your- wc :mcr., nscicd Rubv J3eck, 'who looked v..v.n Ik." 20 years, •was brought bofor.j M■?= rs. I 'i.r;;<'5sp S;ead, and Efcl.y at tii^ RKu i-.y«d Police Court on "WedncsjaT on a '1 of haViES no lawful means of supper: It came out in rv:d.--n it Rubv wr,3 a runaway from 1h- par.?: :::i! 1; iip in" FiurilJ y.trect, North Ridm-m.!, . v.-he she had ro sided wuu ucr zjuh'r. Beck, a ;a borer, and her mother. Rub, occordir.2 to her father's rtory. had rj or rm ^pletciy out of liacd, refusing to do mi y wo OUT AT NKJKT; ani arr.'vinz home :tl u; tW'.as and un fci'«5on-»blc hours. It-' •<: aj.-d th;ii on Friday iiud SalurJyv. the 9th and I'Jth insi., she ;-.T.ia:r:«;d away from lu.ti :ie all 51'oht, and did j:ot r"t"rn until thv fol> j'.villi" • Sunday night. n>:':C'l her whor^ •!).• had bc»;ti, ;itj»I she ' .fiaail sha bud been slaying with a Miss Pope. 'Vhca she Ici; homo n^ain be had to take...

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

LEGS AND THE TANGO. Once again tbe heavenly visloos of tht unco are being disturbed by fashion's tolerance of the friii skirt and the dancing of tbe Tango. The National Council of Women of Australia, at its annual pow-wovt at Hobart, has been mightily coneornea about the amount ot leg and cheat that modern females seem bent on displsying. One old hen-convenfconer wants it to bo made an offence for any. female "knowingly, • to sbow her leg to the knee." There i* one thin; very certain about the originator of & proposition of that kind: tbe hasn4*' much Ie£ of her own to show. Somehow or other, during the past 12 mouths or so, the ambit of social reformers has been main ly confined to logs. From the "public point of riew, legs are a lesesr evil than some cliiwics, and' if some of the old chooks of the reform movement, whose ovevween« Ing concern for the virtue of others is sug gestive of a. rapid past on their cwu, coulu bo induced to clothe their dials, a real public sprrice ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ANOTHER HARLOT HUNT OR WHAT? New Health Minister Moving. Will He Defy the Wowsers And Adequately Deal With Walking Pestilenees? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

ANOTHER HARLOT HUNT OR WHAT ? New Healih .Minister Moving. Will He Defy the Wowsers And Adequately Deal With Walking Pestilences   The following obviously inspired para graph, wihch is plainly in tho light of a "feeler," appeared during the week in tho daylie press:— Under tho rcgimo of tho now Minis tor of Health, .Mr. J. D. Brown, arrangements arc to be made to co operate with tho police in banishing from the streets of tho city women   of an undesirable class. The ministor   is shortly to confer with the commit tee appointed some time since to cou   ier on tho question of preventing dis eases which are propagated by tho agency of tho street walker, and he   recognises that to strike at the heart of them some such action as is out lined is urgently required. At present thero is but one State in tho Common wealth which deals with tho mattoi from this point of view (Queensland), and by onactment undesirables aro there ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WHITE GIRL'S SHOW RIVALS. The Glamor of Lillie Buk Stleet. New Arrival in Chinatown. Spirited Competition for Her Favor. Rival "Pats" Alleged to Have Murderous Intent. Material for Glorious Gory Row Unearthed—18-year-old Girl Charged With Vagrancy. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

WHITE GIRL'S CHOW RIVALS. The Glamor oi Lillie Buk Stleet. N;\v Arrival in Chinatown. Spirited Competition for Her Favor. Rival -"Pats" Alleged to Have ' Murderous Intent. Material for Glorious Gory Row Un earthed—lS-year-old Girl Charged With Vagrancy. Many persons can read "sermons in sculp tured stones and stories in the running brook," but even they "would need to bare bad an extra drop of pale brandy with their cbopsuey or boy min before they could find much romance to rare about iu Liilie Buk stleet or any of the other Chinese quarters of Melbourne. Certainly a meal in au upper class Chinese restaurant is infinitely beiore any-concoction uuccrtned at the rear of a l)ago joint, but who ever accused a Colonial Dago of being romantic, and though an alley running' south' frdm'Xousdale-stxeetr"is digni fied by the nam;* of Ceicstial-arenoe-^-eren Para'dise-ailey would be less inappropriate anyone who goes looking for romance among tbe surrounding squalor and stink will be sadly dis...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

gr> nn gi1 SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. 0 -'i Gooc/ 3 &irym ent 7aifoKt £&j5'4 Royal Arcade flcl Credit-has mostly been a pritilcgo enjoyed by the favored few. Ilcro that privilege is extended to nil. C-U end order a good J.P.J. Suit now. You simply pay a small deposit and the balaucc iu lit Lie weekly p/vvuients while wearing it. Cjf: Your future as well as that of the car have something to do with each other if you want ilhbS. MOi ORiIG. A post=card gets the Catalogue. IE MOTOR & EMMEERIN8 Go, 355 LONSDALE STREET, MELBOURNE. We also Sell Everything for the Car or Motor Cycle—A LITTLE BETTER. I THE CENTREWAY ARCADE, Collins Street Now opened a> a \ French Cafe and Tea fij [ |j mauagomon: || of |fS 1 Ui Mr. ICarle \V. Klove, K ] THEATRE suppers I A SPECIALITY. - ,fr ^FEDERAL, MEDICAL, INSTITUTE, j jl DK. XiXALONEY, Medical Dh*ecter, Ij hi: I'.LlZAEF/ni STIJCF.T, MELBOURNE. Ho-irs. 2 to 3; 7 to 8. rTrpfitnj'r.t t-v CORRESPONDENCE fcr Peopio in U;c COUSTtlY :s...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TWO LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

TWO LETTERS. From ifr. Mylcs Henry Seward, IZyUs. ' wood, Whiltingtoa P.O., via Geclon<* ' Vic, ®V l "I suflercd for a considerable time from ! ■ kidney complaint. 1 lia4 agonizing pain, j in my back and under the shoulder Uades, espsciatty during change of 'weather. My..' urine vras of.cn filled with deposits th?. color of brick-dust. My appetite was very j' poor and digestion imperfect. I bad wy j. severe headaches and prostration. Various ' • medicines I tried fa:led to benefit me uucil I tried lYr-rner'g Safe Care. After takiug j1 thc» first bottle 1 bepan to feel an improve- j' went in ray health. This gave me confidenco 1 '.n tho medieine, and encouraged me to.}' persevere with it. After taking a few bottles * ' of the inediciue 1 was quite restored to | 1 LcaMi." . 11 From Mrs. Ada Gray, 33 H3tiorcr>strect, }' Windsor, Vic. • , "For some years I suffered from a serious ' afT«'Ct:on of the kidneys und livor. I iiad 1 ' a dull pain in toy back and risht tide. I ' ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

tip That Backache, Rheumatism, Gout, Neuralgia, Bladder Troubles, Stone, Gravel, Lumbago, Sciatica, ft ness, Dizziness, are Caused by Kidney Disc :vouj 236. Many men and women look upon such symp toms as backache, dizziness, headache, dimness of sight, urinary disorders, gravel, swelling of the limbs, rheumatism, sleeplessness, nervousness, and neuralgic pains, as trilling complaints. But no symptom of kidney disorder is trifling, for it shows that the kidneys are failing to filter the poisonous uric acid from the blood, and this is the beginning • of most diseases. At the first sign of kidney disorder, begin with Doan's Backache Kidney Pilis, the groat Kidney medicine. Doau's Pills cure every form of kidney trouble, because they are a special medicine for the kidnevs. cs Mr. Thomas Ball, 215 Rowlyn-street, West Melbourne, says:-— 'Tor a lonq time I have been tafciog mcdicm'; for ura^el, but I did net '.'.crivs any benefit until I tried Doau's Baciacbo J>idnjey Pills. My iecrctio...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE WHITE PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

| THE WHITE PLAGUE. Dr. l^bcrtsan , Victoria's Chief Medical OtU; :<T. wants tl h» Government to lake up ih - .ill. •StlOU of 1 iea;ing with tuberculosis to e\t-t l a greater i ,'iteut than has h.therto 1 CI j»t, and w.th that objeet in view, is aboi .:t i 10 p.ace 1 Deiore the jiinister all tho in: j Iin: ition in c onnect.cn \v.kh the scourge, and tlx » activu.e s time. ufe at present, and vet mu T be t-mp lojtd to combat it, mid his hop. is 'that a pt jhey ui«y be trained to deal u -il liOiOl.ghl.7 wuh the uvvaatatnig fckite phS UV. Tiie hoj. ie will and its t^ho through t lit length anJ breadth of tho Staie. Now hei •«. will it be clearer and more reion ant thu in in the scattercd imuing cuiumun ties ot Victor.a. Ver in their miust the de si 10, ver stalks abroad, "reaping the bearded giai ,t a breath." with seed-time already ad\J us to am ather pitiluj harvest. Past Gov. tuema have but palter* d w.th the question of checking tins dreadful scourge. Medicul science. in...

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