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Truth TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (IN ADVANCE ONLY): PER ANNUM, 12s.: HALF-YEARLY, 6s.: QUARTERLY, 3s. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (in Ady.OxCK Qv..tV. PER ANNUM, 12s.: HALF-YEARLY, 6s.: QUARTERLY, 3s. Here shai! th« I'ro-M thf I'coolf'i riirht maintain, Unatvr.i bv influ< n<"t' axut i; rinrili e< 1 »>' fain. Her* Patriot Tncrn her eionous prr:?tiw tiraw, Plcdcetl 10 Fraternity, Liberty ami i.»*. SATURDAY, JANUARY 01. 19M.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST Second Series: No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

CHRIST Second Series : No. 5V„ Tho historical or political aspect of the destruction of Jerusalem by Tiius is too often evaded or ignored. alike by Jews arid Christians, for tho sake of on* lianciug its imputed sentimental or spiritual signilieanoo. The Jews attach a mournful poetical meaning to that catastrophe: the Christian, a triumph ant propnotical m-.Miii!:;. l''or u.<« .low ; k had no Me>siaivc import ; lor tho Christians it was prooi po^.tivo that tlie Mewuli of propnecv had con;<« in Hie person oi Jesus. wnorn tne .Jews had ie- , jeetod and killed—tuat awiul even; be- i lug tue lulninicnt vi liio jcmiuu pro- , piK'cy. 'ino ue-tructioa or Jerusalem ai:U tiio liaai d.^Per-siuii oi the* Jo^> liad bee a uoiiouncvM as Oou s punudiniowt ugam->t tnat anc.ent ana ortuodox; people lor tlieir rejection ot tno Lnris-! Han .Uvj>;iaii. Su cur.stiai.a uiii iiavo it; not io tiic Jew?, \\nu regarded tue < <JeaUan» as loli^.uib ivuc^iu...

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

SUE-SNOBS. Every woman is at heart a snob. A tJie male scribe, writing to one of the daylies, declares that it is proposed to abolish first class carriages on the railways. No ouo but this correspondent apparently has beard of this proposal at tho present time, and no ono knows who has uut it forward. But tho she snob in quest.on, while c*>udemn;ug the idea, complains about "common workanguicn" in their working clothes occupying the same railway carriages us "ladic3 in styi.sh clothes." "Some of these men," says she, "are our brothers or husbands, but why should people with good clothes sit where the«e men have sat?" So she advocates special cais for * wurruking men" in trains aud trams, in order that "fewer dressas may be spoiled, and the men would have ruore comfort while travelling in their working clothes." But if certain cars on the trains or trarB3 were labelled "ilen Only" or "Re served for Men," how tbey would be rushed by the ladies! Even to-<lay the warning s...

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

boy farm labor. I-et the Tlural Workers bPWAre! Th4 old parrot cry of a shortage of farm l&borejrs io still being raised (says Sydney '•Trutb"); and is beinp made again the excuse for the im portation of boys from the Cold Country. If country-bred bo>9 are not avaiJabli in sufficient numbers, it is proposed to import town lads for the benefit and udvautago of Cocky and Woolbales. The scheme is this: LacU of from 16 to 20 years aro to be brought out. Tho farmers or largo country employers are to pay the passage money. The boys aro to be drifted on to the farms. During the first year they aro to be paid 7e. 6d. weekly. Oho shilling per week is to be aliowcd each lad as pocket money, 6s. Gd. being lodytd to bis credit in a savings bank till £10 is accumulated, when that amount is to be b.itulcd to tiio employer to reimburse him for the sum bo has ad vanced as pass'ige money. During tho second year the lad is to receive 12s. 6d. per week, and during ihe third year 17s. Gd. we...

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

THE BONUS-llUN 1'ING AGUNT. The sreat demand for dwelling within the city li3s evolved that mo3t detestable type of fellow, the bonus-lnintiufc ajent. Thi* scroucber, who posstscss leas feeling for humanity than a mangy cur, makes it his business to ascertain tbe rant of various properties," and, armed with thJa iruarnia tiou, lie iutcrviews the landlord, aud tci.s him wbat a fool ho is for leit»utf bis houses for so low a sum. For a bonus of a week's rent, bu agrees to find the landlord a fr^sh tenant who will pay live shilling* per week more; and if the landlord Is us aTuricious as landlords generally are, the struggling tcuaut receives notice to c«t out. No mat* tor bow many years sho kas paid ber rent promptly, out she must go. She is not oven piveu the optiou of staying on at increased rent, for the landlord prefers to cloak his avarice under tbe plea that be wants pos session of the bouse for a friend or relation. Tbe shyster ageut soou discovers a dupe who will giro him a bon...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. MURIEL'S MAN HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

OIN TAPPABLE TOPICS. MURIEL'S MAN HUNT. The most sought after, especially by the Indies, aro undoubtedly millionaires nnd poUcc-Borcoants. One of the latter tho other day rcceivod a touching epistlo which ran: — "Doro but,—Wud you bo after kindlcy find ine too a husbin. Ho must bo six feet in hi? Hlippern, and bo able to chop up wood ciiuf to co tinder the bile:. The lanht man I had cud* drink the biler full of beer in no lnne, j but 1 cudcut trust him with tho nxe, cos bis , birthday cuui round every fortnit. You seo, I h? wus a leap year man, so cud pick his j birthday whenever ho liked. Dcrc jtarjinl, | he't doiQK tiuio now; and X won't take him j bomo when ho cuma out agin. But I have ! hit old boots and a few otd clothes of h's, ! Ho don't send uiu a stumpy little fuller with. ' out auy eircumphorcncc. If 1 have to slave at chorine to keep iuc husbiu, gimme a bi^ , 'uu c*ery iiuic.—Youis atfectiunaU'ly, Aiuricl. • N,B.—i was fcrgittia to mention me age. I Tia enny 39 cuui the y...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POLICE VERSUS PEOPLE. CAPERS OF COCKSURE COPPERS. THE "HALF-TRUTH" MENACE TO CITIZENS' LIBERTY. "Daily and Nightly" Blunder by a Plain-Clothes John. THE CASE OF CLARA WILLIAMS—VAGRANT. AND JUDGE ROGERS' COMMENTS THEREON. A MOUTHFUL FOR MAGISTRATE MAITLAND TO MASTItATE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

POLICE VERSUS PEOPLE. GAPERS OF COCKSURE COPPERS. !-,R THE "HALF-TRUTH" MENACE TO CITIZENS' LIBERTY. "Daily and Nightly" Blunder by a Plain Clothes John. \.A (FROM TRUTH'S" SYDNEY COP.RESPON'DEN'T.) THE CASE OF CLARA WIL-. LIAMS—VAGRANT. AND JUDGE ROGERS* COMMENTS j' THEREON. [A MOUTHFUL FOR MAGISTRATE MAITLAND TO MASTItATEj | " Truth " last week commented on the i cool, consummate cheek of a law official named Maltland, who lias S.M. tacked on to hJs name. What gave rise to "Truth's" comments was a case that was tried by the man Maltland at the Ashfield Police Court last week. Two men named re spectively, Hutton and Johnson, were charged by a policeman named Ilorton with some trivial breaches of the law. In support of the charge, there was the evidence of Horton, which was practically unsupported. For the defence, the ac cused and several witnesses gave evidence In denial of Horton's testimony. At this atagc Magistrate Maltland, for SOME MYSTERIOUS REASON', saw fit to Intervene and...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PROBATIONARY PEELERS. How Are They Trained? APPARENTLY IN THE P.v.P. SCHOOL. STATUTORY DECLARATION BY A SPRINGWOOD RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

PROBATIONARY PEELERS. I How Are They Trained? | apparently yn the p. v. p. j school. J statutory declaration by a spring wood resident. j It scorns as though our probationary j peelers nro trained Jn a Police versus | People School. As noon as a Juvenile Joha , Hop gets his coat and baton lie fondly j imagines it to bo his bounden duty to [round up ull the drunks In his immediate ! neighbourhood, and to. line them up be* ] fore the beak next morning on all kinds of charges (the more serious the better), from plain drunks to resisting with %io» lence, using obscene language, and tear J Ins the policeman's uniform. A resident of Jjpringwood, by the nain<5 ;of Edwin Stephen Bennett, came into j "Truth** oHlcc lam "Wednesday with a 'story of unwarranted cruelty and | BULLYING BKUTAUTY ' on the pir of a comparatively newly* . fledged peeler. Mr. Bennett mane i» ( statutory declaration to the effect tliat . , ho was standing at the corner ov , Hawk'.sbury and Western roads, Spr...

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

THE EPICURES. 1 I Trill me. gentle city hocdlurn— 1 j Whu ii ulwuvs talking fight— I when vou git a tame policeman, •| Whv'do you proceed to bit»>? ■ I Why do yon who love thcSudiuia* * And are quite devoid of fear, -1 Still proceed to make u supper II Off the Senior-sergeant1* var? t Why, within your daily menu, When you iucet your natural foes, . Do you still include a suutc Oi' Lit? Moriurtv's no«c? Doc9 tUo 4,juic»;" with which it'i painted* And the vinous warts it Wins, Tickle up your palutes tainted, Tliat you y»ve youiselvci v.:oh ui:<*? 1 ' Sweet and kindly citv hcudli'.m, I 1 £l is nice for you, of eouu.\ • But it is not ornamental To tho fuoes of the Kcrce. s So if you'd jour Little Mary Give a gastronomic treat, ) Just tbo usual programme vary— i Go and biU tha cooper*# f«»tl

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A DEMENTED DEMOCRACY'S DEVIOUS DISTINCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

A DEMENTED DEMOCRACY'S DEVIOUS DISTINCTIONS. For the awful and heinous »>fTence of bringing a demijolm of beer into the Lijbt Horse camp at the Hamilton rifle ranjra, several trainees were court-martiallcd, and promptly potted. A deini»ohn of beer! Drink beyond the dreams of debauchery! Ssren men sat around thin delightfully de licious demijohn, quaffed a "suitier" each, and became so beastly "boozed" that tbey had to be court-martialled and fined! The "ringleaders'* in this riotcus motion were ordered to serve out half-a-sor. per man, •while their asosciates were lei oft with the fine of a crown each. The point that per tinently protrudes itself upon . "Truth." is that the Defencb Act has been strained to make a mountain out of a xnole hill in this case of the bibulous '-bucks" who.brought a whole demijohn of beer into a military camp, to bo served out to the extent of about a mouthful to each man! What about tbo amount of Honor that is supplied to the highly-paid ''officials" o...

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

THE HOME OF THE SQUIRRELS. A frail-looking little woman named Agues lTargaret Squirrel was accommodated with a chair on tlie floor of the North 3IeIbourac Court last Thursday, while solicitor C* J. McFarlatie explained on her behalf that she sought to hare her husband, Henry David Squirrell, bound orer to keep the peace. There was no appearance of the defendant. Complainant saidthit she had had occa sion to proceed-agaimt her husband at the Fleming-ton Court for assault, and he was convicted and punished. She also obtained , a maintenance order against him at the same I court. She subsequently forgave him, as he took the pledge cud promised to leave liquor ! alone. However, be only kept the pledge for a few months. Defendant's father used ! to help him, but eventually got disgusted with him. Witness suffered from an affec tion of tho heart, and Dr. Cahil). of F!em ington, said it might take hsr off at any time. Defendant was a gtass*blcwer. but that morning said Le was coin? to work...

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

Larkin and his L.irk:. Are the lorks of La:.. .« 2>.t tlie trade anions refused to tountenacce L. Fiery Cross .ranie and call a general s:rl/.v in England people are beginning to fai"". so, although, he. ha? pTomi?c«\ a %'irp-.. to everybody without delay. Those who I in opposition, and ihcy are all sorts, - . ; that lie tried to ride ih? hisjh horse with" j knowing how, and it pitched him over I hedge. Reformers less patient than Job Have thought, till their toes met <3 aster, By kicking this soJid old globe. To make it roll faster. Wild women deficient in brain By shattering windows in rou;h raje, Aspired (fond illusion) to jaja Their feminine suffrage. i Dictators have ridden cn 03rtb. : -Emitting forked lightnings and thunder; i Aud mocked by satirical mirth Gone speedily under. Thus Larkiu catne orer the- sea, Eqlpped with a voice like a hammer. He thought there was strength in bi/ D— And greatness in clamour. With genius for roaring endowed, He reared like the Ro...

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

Be the Australian you say you abe and smoke 3 B.3. a!jc i THE AUSTRALIAN TOBACCO. 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

ASMANIA THE ISLAND TREASURE-HOUSE OF OUR COMMONWEALTH. TASMANIA, the Island Trensure-Houso of our Commonwealth, has yet to be discovered by the manufacturer, the power-user, the juventor. and other human "live wires" from tlu> Mainland. . The ubiquitous Tourist, of course, knows Tasmania for whit it is—the gleaming, glowing pleasure-garden of these southern seas; hut the Army of the Practical, the Legio«i of Manufacturers and Industry Builder*. ha* yet to eros.; over and convert Tasmania into a throb biuz mvo of Commonwealth-controlling trade. Tjie other day, in tho lieart of Tasmania, we halted our car at b pleasure hotel by \he wayside, where I entered into a conversa tion/with'nn' American manufacturer who wits touring the world in {search of business-opportunities. Said this samo man to me: "Sir, if yr<$ could only cut. Tasmania Joo~d from this Commonwealth of yours; if wo could only drag it around tho world, and fasten it on to the United States somewhere about Rh...

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

IWiMERANDGi. ! Tho fainoiu biblical play, Mo^rph nrid Ills brethren,'' wjJI bo at Die Theatre K'jyiil on Fobruaiv 14 by n bpocinliy-imporied company, 111 '"lhe .Soldier's Wrd<Jin:»," which at the bauds of tho Wi lougl.bv Dramatic Co. is tormina such a p'lyiiurs liiinie to their phenomenally suc-.tssu.l a; the I'rih ci-.'s's, Walter jleiviilo In* d<-p:;u-.'i soii.o wh.»t Horn hi<5 *(;»-• or n<e}oJr.in;a, but I lie picture, or raihvr s"ru-> 01 p:itv.r<.v, 1.0 i are none tho ha weh .•ome and mjovablf. 'Ih» pif-cr h;,« now on! v a woo;; to nm, thr • wai',.1. rlijsu:g next l;r: duy cvt-ii JIoyt'4 V icliirn collared their she tro of the "pare pock et money that was flyai 15 nrcr.nd during the r^'em holidays, but even now that the holiday s arc over their treasurer is as busy ii man as the operator—going ail the time. Hiss is bee aiis" people will persist i n rushing the papula r photo-play paiaco next the The atr" Hoyal . where the...

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

BEGIN EARLY. Misery and Suffering Follows Neglected Symptoms. This Woman's Health Broke Down from Stomach Trouble and she Became Weak and 111—Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Restored her. Th? best time to begin to euro In- j digestion i* when the first symptoms ! appear. !lu.» complaint then respond-, j more quickly to tivatmout and much timo nnd miserv niav bo saved. Neglect ed Indigestion loads to broken down health, and emails much suffering. Treatment may thea become & matter oi months Hie correct treatment for Indigestion is a course oi l'r. Williams* Pills. They make the now blood the stoniuch needs to keep it iu tone; they increase tho appetite and help the system to derive nourishment- from the food eaten, /i'hh was the experience of Mrs. Jiimna Vate*, ok Eskbank, N.S.W. tlLife became an absolute misery," is tho terse way she described tho state she drifted into through neglected Indigestion. Mrs. Yates,, who has a well-appointed boarding-house in Inch-street, was in tervie...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MARGARET DOUGAN'S "FAIRIES." Tall Tale About a Trip Round the World. COPPER APPARENTLY HAD HIS LEO PULLED; And Passes the Joke on to a Symean Cadet. Not a Grand Duchess But a Street Bilker—Cobber of "Corned Beef Maud" Brought Back to Do a "Sixer." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

MARGARET DOUGAN'S "FAIRIES." Tall Tale About a Trip Round the World. COPPER APPARENTLY HAD HIS LEO PULLED ; And Passes the Joke on (o a Symcan Cadet. Not a Grand Duchess But a Street Bilker—Cobber of "Corned Beet Maud" Brought Biick to Do a "Sixer." jJu<lK,nK by some of tho crime .-.nd other reports Inspired by tl.o police i„ tllo pincli-iwiiny press, it would appear ■*. V'oucU our tliiof-cliax'rs—cliascrs "f Mtckors-wal their spare hours study,nE n.,ron Munchausen, j.ouis (Jo l?(j(iKomont, and similar ro nianc.sts, ami at a later ami first con Tenicnt season pourisl into tho oar of ft wi d-oyed, open-mouthed boy reporter on 'rounds" „ fairv t;.Jo thai nnkes more or loss attractive reading tlm next mori,.,,K. but tJ,at won't stand too cioso uivesticntioii. Hio |ntcst of Ulcs;0 [ittlo[ lias as lts heroino Margaret Don- ! Ban, who, though described as a ironic- ' ous demi-mondaino who woro so much jewellery that slio used to carrv a r< volrer for it, protection. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TERRITORIAL TOUGH 'UNS. The Ills That Flesh is Heir To. Cured by Periodical Jags. Morality Non Est. A Reply to Dr. Jones [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

TERRITORIAL TOUCH 'UNS.! The Ills That Flesh is Heir To. Cured by Periodical Jngs. Morality Non Est. A Reply to Dr. Jones (By ''Vigilant.") Dr. Jonos is tho latast addition 10 tbo Northern Territory. Said Uk> doctor:— A man must bo constitutional!;" I strong and b<».in r^ri'ct health, ilis j huh it*, mu'-t 1k> jwnoct: ho must be! temperate and moral. Ho must bo a picked man, in fact, to bo a suco&sd ful resident. Well, my experience of tho Territory is tho roverso. If l)r. Jones had spent a. j fc.r montlis at Brock'.-; Creek, Yam Crook, Tiiiu Crock, Katherino Itivor, Victoria llivor Depot, or Boroolocla, ho would no doubt have formed different opinions. There Ls little doubt the old hands in tho Northern Territory have wonderfully t-ouud coiL>titut.o:i,s, becau.-o thoy livo a long time. But their habits art- tar from bciii£ perfect; they aro neither lomperato nor moral, yet it dceo not appear to do thorn ;iny harm. I i have oeen a drinking bout la-t tor b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BOB ASPINAL'S BOTHER. Invades Chinaman's Domicile and Causes Damages "Lydies" at the Bottom of the Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

BOB ASPINAL'S BOTHER. Invades Chinaman's Domicile and Causes Damages "Lydies" at (be Bottom of the Trouble. Some insight into that particularly putrid thoroughfare. Little Nap^e^-s^rctl, was iriveu at the/Mtzroy Court on '.Tuesday, when Robert Aspaiat, a reti-uoBcU horse dealer, was summoned fcr having damaged a door Uie properly of Ah 'lye, cabmet-makcr, who resides at So. 83. A&pinul, who res-cies m So. 99 Little Napier-street, -was represented by Mr. J. iS. Kiuston. Mr. II. J. i\ O Heare, for the Celestial complainant, briefly explained that the pre luoe to the damped coor was a tight be tween the -women of tho respective parties now, before the Court. "Tnat was not a pleasant affair," said the lawyer-man, ''bat we are cot concerned in it to-uay." Comp.ainant save unimportant evidence. HIS DOOR WAS bUUxU&S by Aspinai on January 16; but as he did not see him do it, he did sot speak to him about it. Air. O'Heare (to witness): Why?—Becausa I'm too muchee lightened of...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
J.S. NOT J.D. Constable Grant of West (Not East) Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

J.S. NOT J.D. Constable Grant of West (Not East) Melbourne. Oi tbo trio of constables who lmro Le?h tleidt with in recent is -tut s «>! ' Truth" it; connection with the incorrect gwnrn cwdcncc in the Florrie Phelau cu*.:, un«-, flrunt, of West Melbourne, lias u na:i;-s-?kfi cu tli Kast Melbourne station. *»:» >•. ii-*t iiuiiU happen* to bo tlm kirio. The I>.f; MuJ. bourne mrui i* J. DaJlas (irr.r.t, : i;,l tji«^ West Melbourne ofir* J. Mv.vart (?ran'., tb.» Inttor being tho on.- who, with Cni,valv:.-» Uncve and Greoti. h;.* }><•<.n Crated. !i; pom> strange coinciden-v. no ii',\vKV;in,,r. -.i r"p.irt,uU' :ho t\iso, ja.v (Jr-ni'. initial* correctly. Th.»v h1:; .... ■variously as and ".i.T." Jv>.-• • l'lIMOU h".s thus ri'sui!!•• ]. ;mh1 \h<- : • Kast Mi-lbo'irno o(!ir--r natuniliv • ?,;., % -,* at the nos-^ibi/t v ot iiein'j mislab^ii .V,- h , . rr-tv; West Mrlbo'ir-v? brother mi b'u<- I I).i!la* (Jrant. of K.v: V-lbourn... ...

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