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

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (is Advance Oxi.t): PER ANNUM, 12a; HALF-YEARLY, 63.1 QUARTERLY, 3s. Here fh«U the Tress the Peotrit'j rijht maintain, Unawtui bv influence onrtunnribed \>v cam. Here Patriot Tjuth her elonous precepts draw, I'JeJcftJ to Fraternity, Lit/cnr amt Lav. SATURDAY. .! ANUAHY 3, 11)14.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TALE OF DOMESTIC WOE. The Callaghans at Variance. Case Dismissed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

TALE OF DOMESTIC WOE. 1 lie Callaghans at Variance. Case Dismissed. UiiiU, breasted the baniir Coon cm Monday, ebirgoi *vub 1\M.. pfts.uud, ujij Air. ¥>■ urt-.J ior th>» d-ient.-. c'aliaqhan ^'-v. 2j>r ciau^h- ' a'.vuy u:id. r : hut returned utirinj; ibp ev«.*njt:;; 1 :1 a tow in tin- pLiCr. he \\v.% ;i I u t<, U'.-f At ami «hf had ; '.'(juij)ltiJii lo the police ■ bid yua not ku £150 I from Jjiin— ! ALL UK HAD j —six V'U-):$ after marnaj.'. r—No, l:e b:»* t . wore out oi nit- thaw \ have ^ot • ut vi b.m. , _ to prevent him from seem;; tn> daughter r—That is not bere became very ' jeit-.d, unci i vo.ubiy to.d ilit- iJtii-li that «die was in a j fill# - yo&UiuH. II'- vdvivuduutj hud udd her ! that it Kb- did not pr.-s* I bo oha:-.. agaitikl , him he would not employ a olieit'.r. Did lt«> not Lrii»K you u ! and £2 in tnowyr brought a ham* but no 1* he not -x hard-working, induvrions imin — H< is all risjNt it he lets the dHul; alone. Did yo...

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

"MOVE OH" THE RIGHT OrlES. i Hardly a day passc-s lately, but there is a ' : ease before tie City Court of a refusal to i * rnovo on." In many instances the offence is ! not really so much that as a disinclination i to "move on" to as sreat a decree a3 a [ boundinc bluebottle thinks fit. Time and | again the charges fail, for it ig painfully 1 plain that the prosecutor too often finds this . mode of nelson the only possible outlet for I the ofSciousness that- is bursting bis tunie [ buttons off. Whether or rot n:en who step j to spe.ik to one another in Bourke-street j are suspected of bcisfj about to bet on the [ next races, the fact rcma'iij that certain burly bobbins in the thoroughfare bound ofl, as gruffly as possible, every stationary pedes trian, eren though he has carefully betaken j himself to the fdfv? of the pavement ?o as j not to be in anyone's way. How different it r I is in Collins-street, particularly iu the after* j noon, nt Su^irt, Dawsjifs comer. Hero one would th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
COLLECTORS FOR CHARITY "Cabble Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

COLLECTORS FOR CHARITY "Cabbie Jim" in London. Lvery week, dear Minter Norton, »o conio in Ihu daily Sheets Of police reports of p*.v >Ic Shoppod for cadging in t-ho Blrcets. -These 'ore people are not beggars, >othiu^ not'so low ns that; lint they're worse, they're common sharpera, As known well what, they art at. Do not (Uink as Ihoy solicit jvMHfl trom door to door, niching of tho same old glory As we've frequent heard before— Of u paralysed old hero Who had fought at Waterloo— Or a liiillyclaver Charger Of which wo have got a few. Why, J am sure if ihoy was counted, Aa they'd bo ten .thousand stron" Let. nlone a poor sis hundred Idolised in tale and sou?. Everywhere about <hi> Citv, Specially Sir in the "West. You'll tind women out collecting Of tHituo charitab'c Quest. Sometime it'* 3 srhcoj for orphans As they wijj be putting through. Or a minion to the lUathcn Nippers out in Timbuctoo. All that- there nr^ worry pleasant, tfp to Dick I have no doubt; Ljkeww...

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

«!<#&. alcoholic beverage. nymrmr r-i, MENTAL ANO PHYSICAL J3f. )r DEBILITY ilSEI l?Il© CUT OL'T TJIIS COUrO.N*. ami I will send to any address a Stand ard Medical Book. of U Illiutrated Chap wnippM. This volume many liiMcrlpUcuia for NOTE. All communleauons and pawl* ®r« plainly addressed, Free from ObMrvatlon. Private CoriBullx'Jon* arranged for any hour If de«lrcd. NO CHARGR IS UADE FOR Mature has always, and still penalises (those who offend her, in a pillory o* ill-health—Dlseas« — •Weakness — Failure.. /WEAK VITAL POWER la men. ■weaV ncsi of chief bodily nervo centres, come from different cauaes in OL.D, TOUNG, or middle-aged men- Exces ses, overwork, worry. Insomnia, etc-* may causo It. VITAL WEAKNESS saps the very Jife from tho body. Palsied *nd paralysed in his functions, the m»n becomes a bans to himself and his .nearest friends, nncry Tv*itb himself, irritable, molancholy, has defective tnomory. is a prey to all UindB of mor -bid faocica, etc., because ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TRAINEES' TROUBLES. Allegations of Ill-treatment. Twelve Days at Queenscliff Fortress. A Lad's Own Story—Stinking Water, Bad Language, and Crook Tucker. Officers Countenance Brutal Assault on Lads who Refuse Drill. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

TRAINEES' TROUBLES. Allegations of Ill-treatment. Twelve Days at Quccnscliff Fortress. A Lad's Own Story—Stinking Water, Jiud Language, ami Crook Tucker. Ofiicers Countouunco Brutal Assault on Lads who Itetusc llrilL Coining ou top of the allegations of tho ill-treatment of trainees that were nired during the closing of the FederuJ Sessiou, and which were r-fcircd to in the last issue of "Truth," tho lollowiuy letter makes in teresting reading:-— (To tho Editor of "Truth.") Sir.—Having recently been released from Swan 1 aliiii'i ^Queensjullj Fortress, will you ai;ow me to iuuku knoun to jour readers uiv experiences tor tho 12 Oajs I was there, i was cMurtod t'roui tli<; D.smct Court, Mei bourne, to the sjt. Kudu lt.iiracks, and alter waiting for tour houis wr.i taken by a mdi-' taty t'beort to .yueeu.schrt; Fortress. Having been supplied with my tea, 1 was removed to the canjy ou Sv.an Island. Airiviti£ tli-'re at 9.30 p.m., 1 was given a buj maurvs-* Ixll id with straw a...

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

IF you havo tried numbers ot rem edies tor your com plaint and failed to get any benellt DON'T GIVE UP HOPE, there is still my system to try; and it lias proved Itself In 40 years experience In treat Ins every disease. *' Where Isnoranc* it a Crime," iu»t puhlithwd. You cannot i Woman's Friend. P 11AIUM KIMITZ'S Kl'.t.fAIiU: I'M.!.*. i warratile i jo in Kv.-rv O C aim have .Noser i-n-u Known to I'xX I MAi:<lTAU,'l|tKO-r. S f; ncy; sj.4 II. J. I'OI'LIOS Clietaii:. u»R. RENTEL'S VITALITY PILLS KEW IHM5¥t0 mmt FCS nitlHi CASES Price. 10/6 a bottle ; 2 bottles 20/-. podbte. P»mphVi poti fn*. After countless experiments conducted in my specially fitted up laboratory, I have perfected a new and improved formula lor the manufacture of these celebrated Pills for weak and ailing men in extreme- and apparently most helpless casr-s. Before making public the result of these experiments, I have given this remedy the most severe tests, under every possible dis advantage to it, and do n...

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

"FELT NO PAIN."—-'"Just hail soac tefth out by Mr. \Y. F.. THOMAS, the denti?i. : Felt uo paijj whatever," wrilv3 F. J. Clark, of Wallaroo mines, S.A., on 19/11/13. To remedy your tooth troubles quickly, pain- j lessly, economically, consult \V. E. Thomas. ; Ask him to explain his wonderful svsrom in ' artificial plates. £6/6/ B3ts now £3/3/. Gold I filling® a speciality. 83 ELIZABETH ST., 1 Opp. F v'tahl* R'ds, I Sunny days bring joy to well folks. Eat to the man or woman with an aching back, every day is dark—just a dismal round of suffering. Can't work well, enjoy play, or even take restful sleep. Always that dull, throbbing headache. Have you thought that your kidneys may be disordered? Sick kidneys signal for help. The first call may be lameness or pain in the back— scanty, painful, or too frequent urination—recur ring headaches or dizzy spells—nervousness, or a constant dead-tired feeling. Avert the serious kidney diseases—dropsy, gravel, diabetes, Bright s dis'ase. Cure the w...

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

A PORT MELBOURNE ENGINEER. An engineer down at the Pert 1 The Mv'kourne port we moan— ! This most in:purta»t-!Qokiij£ cove I3 always to hi? Seen. Ilis d»o*5 ail right, h;s luir is neat, And everything's O.K.— ' He is ft Tcry handsome chap, The girls at Port do say.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ALLEGED AB[?]UCTION. Children Supposed to Have Been Takne by Their Own Mother. Determined, Daring Plan So Far Successful. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

ALLEGED ABDUCTION. ! Children Supposed to Have Been Takwti by Their Own Mother. Determined, Daring Plan So Fur Successful. fFrcrn 'TruiuY' Adelaide Ccrrcspoudcat.) | What app'?r.rs like a determined attempt — so , \ir succe.'sful—on the part of a mother :o rc; ,'aui control of two of her daughters i» at p: vsem engaging the attention of the A delr. ide police. Sixt :.jc:j months ago, a man named George Laws; jn and h's wii'e, being l'ouud guilty of charg cs of false pretences, were sentenced to sonmenc, the State Children's Council' taking chaise of tlu'ir children. On Mis. Lawson bcit:£ r»-Ieas>d, twj of her daughters, one 12 years_ old aad the other three, were transferred to bcr care; but ic wasn't long before the dfp.:riment took them back, agaic, ami boarded them out, unknown to their mother, at Rhine Villa. Determined ' dh regaining charge of bcr children, the mother at last learned their whereabouts, , md seems to have laid her plans according ly Some days ago, a woman, cl...

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

A LAST SURVIVOR. H:>! Ho! Hjw tbe Trices b'ow! I This ?cr.t tou know !s survivor Munro, j Who, jvhen the Loir-Ion -xjs vrreokcd, , With sea spray vr-is fleeted. But «-.vcj :r:m a ^rat-.rr funeral. Ho! IIj! Hcvr the vrin'is blow! Y'civo bo! What bo. Munro! An o'i-i 'ud new. bv.i G.O.M. Marks hira from his ster:: to stem. Mcy Uc Icr.sr delay Lis itinera!.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HOLIDAYS ARE NOT HOLY-DAYS. While the People Play, Kill=Joys Wowse. A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the wisest men. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

HOLIDAYS ARE HOT HOLY-DAYS. While the People Play, Ki!l=Jovs Wowse. A little nonsense notr and then Is relished bv the wisest men. Everybody has beer indulging in Christ mas and Ne - Year rc els. Even the wicked ionow'k their wars. S perinteirient Glecson, he^d of tho Criminal Investigation Branch, has said so, and he o i„*ht, to know, for aro not all th\? crime rej. orts of the whole o: the State st before u m every mcrrung with \he samo re ulantv t iat marks thi apc>ear ance of the matutinal egg und toast. Thus it came about that the police, too—those underpaid and overw rkej servants of the pubiic—were enabled to cease from their strenuous la oors, and leaving the beat of everyday life, pursue the prjtnrcsc path of pleasure. In contrast to ike wicked man's temporary abandonment of his devious ways, THE UNRIGHTEOUS MAX did not forsake bis thoughts. The wowser is thy authority for that statement. Ho made i: in his shrillest voice, and repented it ell ihroush the period of festiv...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DEODATA DAZED. BRUTALLY BIFFED AND BATTERED. And Relieved of Her Valuables. [?]AGGED READY SENT FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

DE6DATA DAZED. BRUTALLY BIFFED AND BATTERED. And Relieved of Her Valuables. HAGQED READY SENT FOR TRIAL. Tin! htory of tm allege;! particularly brutal assault was told by a youni? woman at tho Control on December lGth, Vforc S.M. Kin*. <leor'-'o Ready, IS y»*jirs of ar.e, who wa« undefemh d. ami npp«ar'-<) in tho flock without lil*s co»t, was that h"? did. on Dwetnb'T tMli. :«•>.»sttilt !)• odutu HJorth, and rob her of a P-Mher handbag. n gold watch. muff chain and padlock. plnce nez, and two handker chiefs., valued In all at i'll. Sergeant M»nk«»y prosocutcd. Constable Thornley said that about 12.30 p.m., on lh»» lfith Inflt., h»* wan in truck's pawn office, when tin* accused came In, arid asked how much ho rould got for a watch. 11^ went outhldo and v.itnesK fo) loued ami told him ho belonged to the police. In reply to questions, Ready said that ho bought the watch from a Jeweller In Wellington. He took him to tho Btntlou, and told him thai tho watch ans w...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RUTHLESS RED RAVAGER. DEPLORABLE DESOLATION DISTRIBUTED BY THE DREAD DISEASE. Virulence, Vastness, and Volume of Venereal Vice CALAMITOUS CONSEQUENCES, CRUEL CONDITIONS, AND CURSED CONSPIRACY. LEADING LONDON LECTURER'S LUMINATING LESSON. PRESS AND PUBLIC OF BEITAIN AROUSED. SINFUL 'SPIRACY OF SILENCE IN SYDNEY SHEETS. SOME REMEDIES AND SOME RECOMMENDATIONS. "STRAIGHT PIECES"—CLANDESTINE PROSTITUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

DEPLORABLE DESOLATION DISTRIBUTED BY THE DREAD mm. Virulenss, \fastness, and Volume of Venereal Vice GALAMITO;:",. CONSEQUENCES, CRTJEL CONDITIONS, AND CURSED ! CONSPIRACY. j LEADING LONDON LECTURER'S LUMINATING LESSON. PRESS AND PUBLIC OF BEITAIN AROUSED. SINFUL 'SPIRACY OF SILENCE IN SYDNEY SHEETS. SOME REMEDIES AND SOME RECOMMENDATIONS. "STRAIGHT PIECES "—CLANDESTINE PROSTITUTES. MarAuhiy sal.l there, wis no HpctJtclo no ridiculous as th«» Hritlsh public in on* of u« periodical Ills of morality. Thoro b», howover. another spectacle even m«>r»» ridiculous, and that Is wJu-n the Hrltlsb public squeamishly discuses the sexual question. Afl«T all, tin* .>oxual que.-ub'n Is the question of the aij". Other ques tions, r.;li«kin. politics, f,r, nice, have th'V.r basic orlcin in th* rarr.ltl'-itlon* of the BOXunl question. It i > 11 ,;•» i»,rvt Hal:*.:tc declared t-i.it the- W'.rM mily thte Hturk-j— first, a man and :• unman; re< cud, tralliin nnbiio, ;v! i.U'ii :iim ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MERRY MICHAEL. GIVES THE GLAD EVE TO A GAY GIRLEE. Brave Belle Belts Him on the Boko. AND THE BEAK FINES HIM A FIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

MERRY MICHAEL. GIVES THE GLAD EVE TO A GAY GIRLEE. Brave Belle Belts Him on the ' Boko. j AND THE BEAK FINES HIM A FIVER.) -Michm 1 an Irishman who hus j uriv*d ill ihr fu;«- i-f ImlUo-tion (4t>). ! ;iu: Un.k ti i.' fp. fly cT thf cup thnt thtM-rs , h'* uIIht i.tiilit. Muriday !a.*t 10 be pvtM-iye, j Hid Malti'd ctY 1.-II u joyful jujc. Appal--, -ntly h" w.isn't a bit, particular us u> who 1 made im-ny nlih fith'T. The n»*t ' h - ''am- tien^s was MarUm Wor all. ;i h«-fly |ii»U!"Muaid. <-rnpluy*fd at tin' 1 S't-ts.'a lliitvl, «!♦•<-and lw viYf ' < R'r ihf yW.i .Mnrthn uuw htm ihf • '((11.1 fncM^tttaUy th»- <*<..ld and :l:i*sy ojf nf disdain. th-n mad»* ha-su- lu It", Cok-mrm, was Just us tit-.-i >f loi.t ;<s Maltha. who in mi iVuthi-r vteht, and uft»-r running hvr down, cui-l i l-'-ry glance iti h*.«r dinctiun, ami mail" itnorouM ndvjincc.5. But Martha wasn't iavin;r any. Sh»- vprtmod i.tf Hk»* a fri^h t'tit'd...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ROSIE R[?]FFLED. ALLEGES INDECENT ASSAULT. Against an Ancient Hebrew. WHO IS COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

R03IE RUFFLED. ALLEGES INDECENT AS SAULT. Against an Anci°nt Hebrew. WHO IS COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. I JxriH-l Jacob*, r,|. • 1 . .-.h .Tf.-w, wa« j (liarK-^J b«-foiv rf.M. l a ', t ut th«« Central ■ «»n 1 iccmbfr lfi, ;vlt!. in-'"'* ".Mitly a*fauU : Infc .-pi' l-r ' II J '• • : it.IT 10. .%fr. .1. \V. AUlzix-:, a red for ih/» Train.- i'onstablo i .r ivii y :1<1 tll.it on Tii» MtIay, U-fcnii' about IHv j.axt nihUlaj, — w.-m down Jind met Mr- Splrer, who tol'l hl:n >>h« had lj! "j •• .miiIumI. Sh«. HUld was looking il.t" A:Uh<>liy ib.rn's window, when ■ • ).< i-J. nornebody Jkt .«kirt from n S.V compank-d him in a s«j.r,;:. .w,l they w-nt to u whop at 101' LIv«.m;'-ii There ! ISRAEL JACOBS. ! they mw t'.io accused. and Mr.', Splcer | l'J, "That Is tho mill who insulted me, , only )»e was carrying .1 walking stick at I tho ti:TT\" Accused repliod, "My good ' ' I DIDN'T ASSAULT HI^R. T mvit saw that woman before in my : ufi'." Furt'ior Interrogated...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HOOLIGAN HOLLEY. STRUGGLES WITH TWO SLEUTHS. FIGHTABLE FELLOW GETS FIVE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

HOOLIGAN KOLLEY. STRUGGLES WITH TWO SLEUTHS. | FICHTA8LE FELLOW GETS FfVE | YEARS. T!;o .story uf MyjiKrwhat Formation tui «--N<*I11T»in<"lilentx t!i;U followr-rl qui' ti car}) other's in the vicinity oijlbmn-?trwt on the uUrht of Augu , m.in, Uaud* flnV.oy, was arraigned be . foro JiMgi. i::tc,Khuii>r. ;<ri.l n Jury, to :< jisw<t tli" .''ct'luiiH of hnvinr shot uz I'i.-v:r ChrtrUun with Intend to murder Mm. Th*»r<» wa.t u sorond count of nhoot ; JfiK with intent to do grievous bodily .Mr. II.«rb«»rt H.irrls- conducted the rase , for the Crown, r.nd Mr. J. W. Abigail i appeared for Holley, who pleaded not i guilty. » Constat Maher raid that at about 10 ; oviock on th? 23nl August last. ho and Constable Christian wore In Goulburn i-U-'i-r jn nhtin ninth#-.*, when a fiicht .-t.trtoij out"!d'? the Macquarift Hotel, one or tit'? combatant* ••v<»ntiiallv heini: . Ixiinckoi! down. On hearing a woman cull j vt ...

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

In Kardinia Park. Youth Molests GirL j Before Messrs. T. M. DJckins, VT. Gray, R. : Piper, and J. Martin, Jb.P., at the Geelong Police Court on Tuesday, a young °H 19, narned Clarence Herbert O'Farrcll was ; charged with baring, in Kardinia Park on j f the previous day, committed on indecency • towards a girl of 12. After a considerable \ amount of eridenct) bad been taken, the ' charge was altered to one of common assault. • At the same time, it *?as prorcd that at tbo j police station, after bis arrest, the accused < admitted that he had improperly interfered : with the girl, hut denied baring bad any i improper intent. The offccco was commit- j | ted in broad daylight, and is the second of | the kind tbat has occurred in Kardinia Park j ■ during the past few months. \ ! It was shown in cridcnco that the aecuscd, 1 besides behaving improperly towards the ! 1 child, had annoyed her in other ways. Her ; ; father happened to be close at band, and ; j compelled O'FarTcll, w...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PROVINCIAL PICKINGS AND PROBINGS. A BRAZEN BUCOLIC "BEAUT." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

PROVINCIAL PICKINGS AND PROBIHGS.. . A BRAZEN UUCOLIC "BEAUT." Whilo the law comes dorm like ft load of bricks on tho man who is convicted of a criminal attempt to rob a girl of her chas litv, the salacious "Bhc' and neurotic "narks' who briny unfounded charges uguaist inuo ceut men, aud thereby imperil their liberty, and ruin their future prospects, axo gener ally allowed to escape scot free. Apart from the assassin who will shoot at vou from be hind a hedge, or stab you in the back, there is no creature who is a greater danger to Eocicty than the shameless, salacious hussies "who trump up tales against innocent rucn j who have never even indulged in a quiot corner canoodle with them. In some eases, and a glaring iqstancb has just come from %Yarracfcnabcal, a woman will concoct a con cupiscent yarn for the sake of notoriety, nud thus perhaps land in gaol a men who has nrver clapped eyes on her. In this ease, a brazen bucolic "beaut'* of 22, the daughter of a well-known cocky, infor...

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

tjp/ucA tytoG <jpt. au£: c£. ■ifjatsxu- dar-fLati- dk/pwuid u//ai %ypu>puutturA/^y 'lt^f m w i and. ae£ ,

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