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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

DENTISTRY REVOLUTIONISED, - J>ir Sir,—1Today I had 14 toetii .-T tracU'd by you without thr* pain, ; nor did i exfHTinicf am* cts. 1'bis ; a r'-ciarkublfi rcvolutiou in nwlTn pain- [ less d'.-ntistry.—Ii. J. E. IU-E!*, ilconw Mines, 22/9/13. CALL TO-DAY. I W. E. THOIIAS, 88 ELIZABETH STREET j jopp. Equitable BIdf.) )

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PORNIC PERVERTS. LEWD LECHERY LAUDED IN LETTERS. More Concupiscent Correspondence for "Truth." "A RESPECTABLE MARRIED WOMAN" Says All Men are Sexual Lunatics—The Only Way to Prevent Continued Contamination. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

LEWD LECHERY LAUDED IN LETTERS. More Concupiscent Correspondence . for "Truth." "A RESPECTABLE MARRIED WOMAN" Says All Men arc Sexual Lunatics—The Only Way to Prevent Continued Contamination. Ill tho last issuo of "Truth" [lointcd ! rck'toiR-i> was made to an oxccpt urn ally prevalent form 01 bcuuai luuuuc—tho Sadist pervert who takes a liendish de light in proclaiming his poruic proclivi ties to the whofo wide world, lauding to tlio best of his ability his own loatlisum* ' lechery. It is only too evident ihat | ; there aiv a lar^e number ot tne-e un- ! ; lonnnatolv uttlined individuals in ilie* i community, and durin;: th;-> week «o | havo received quite a number oi >hock ! ian screcd- irota both nun and women. though thvir execrable etlus.ous plau.iv . proclaim them nc.irer boa^is than bu rn. in beings. 1 Uno female alleges that she was Lut lately a blushing bride, and that sho entertain- the mvat-est atfect.'on lor her i:o.vl\-made hu^b;:i:<!. That may b,- onl...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BARMAN BASHED. Pounded With a Pint Pot. Two Stevedores Pay a £10 Fine—Or Go to Gaol for Two Months. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

BARMAN BASHED. Pounded With a Pint Pot. r-T<vo Stevedores Pay a £10 Fine—Or Go to Gaol for Two Months. Percy A-hu.:- and William "Watson. a ; toagh'Iosl^i:; pair, wcre.boforo the City j -Court Bcr^'i vn Tue-d-'y, Mr. P. J. Dwyrr ; presidis^, .i-rgod vritli unlawful'assault in ; the Lord C.de Hotel, Flindor* • on ' 'Monday ifts;. upon a bar»r.v. : :'!r A- E *v' M" I,:_.ti-icd. < -it-/ .< :i:-u ;.;i i p.m. both ■ "'ta.rcurcJ we:. :Lc hotel; another man . .pot dcwn ;:£pcncp to pay for drink?, and ■ «ne of the accused piclicci it up and eaiied for ; .two beer*. U-> (wltac-i^ expostulated with Adam?, wr.crc-upon the latter struck him on .the head with ih-» p.nt pot he was ho'.an?, ; nfter Tfuich iw„ cr three :;Ia?.«cs cnme alor.r. 1 itnd be (witue:.-' ^'.c j of ib-:m. He , rushed from bchir.d tl:.- b.ir r.j.d caujjhi the big man (Watson! ruj.i h^ld liim till the' police camc. iu- th»-n '.v^n: to tLe .Melbourne ; ilospital, whe-rv Ji'.v sm Ii- s w-re re...

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

£ SANDOWN PARK MEETING, Programme oi livents. The follovrii]^ U the prc?ranmie o: events j to bo decided at Sa-.-Jowu I'arli tliia t^ntur- [ day) atteruoor. - - ; KANDluu* slUHDLE RACE. 1 I! 6 Lucy Barr ... 9 5 ! UutQUS ... 10 li ...Loin ... 9 •<. ' I'uoruaL io O LuM^n y 2 ■ 1'orUock L> ;> i\j!-.icor..'. ... ... d V flinch lJ u ;:.\u:us 9 U > Comtnouwcakh U luui Gun ... ... 9 0 2AAIL>KN PLATE. 1*JV'-' i/uriotsys. DIemed a 5 Gvldcu Eoek 7 9 Sir Jack b L;i L'artu ... 7 9 Cubiuu BaLaso » u ... 7 0 'Uoinbardier ... t> u l'huij) ... 7 9 Invergiu b 0 Tciuclos ... ... 6 12 Andriciua <3 -ifa ... 6 12 Tincl y 0 iit\iOUl»t ... 6 22 IThe Tuck a 6 12 "Wyneth 8 o ijovuh (3 12 Greenoclr 7 9 M;;K$'ic Ma tid 6 9 IPoppeia 7 9 l'ink Lady *6 9 •Campus 7 9 X c: 1': -4 ... 0 9 THE ^AXDOUW* 1'LATK. S s • 6*a Vv'-, . 9 lllino 7 D lr : ^ ' i *u::yah r . Tuck 7 7 9 7 Apiarist >> 15 Ari-.ii-! ... 7 7 '3rownleaf & 11 J.oria-.: Fiakcrton 5 Ftwronza .Bosny 7 9 ...

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

TURF TATTLE.! Sandtwu to-day. Avsael on Tuesday. Trotting at R-chmcm Jicnuigo on Wednesday nod Thursday. { There will ho a substantial profit on the j Geelong meeting. I A fre-h arrival at Caaliieid is the up- [ country performer Gold Vale. ! G-cner.il cctries clo-e on Taesdav for tbo j V.A.T.C. and V.R.C. Autumn meetings. j Entries c.oj.> on Tuc^dav fur the Fitzroy raccs 13 be run on Monday, February 9. The jumper Iron Crown (Iron Duke—Petal) i 13 now one of E. Finns team : " Gcorgo Miater and is now on a boaeyruooa trip to Tas M, Dov!e has a^aln pot th? saeeav but s?.diy-aisippoin:iGg Field Ganan 1 in band a; headquarters. Wyue-th slipped her many backers up badlv in the Maiden at Wl.Iiamstown, waking no t shew at all in it. | After a short al:scn:e from tbe traces at ; Cruificld, Darrawa and liccallcr have re- i The Ileatbor Lad gelding Hcatherton ar rived at CaulSeld test week, and vr.il be trained by Paddy Guinane. Ably handled by .T. N. McGregor. The Guide added the William...

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

VATICINATIONS. Sandown Park (Saturday). Hurdle Race. flinch 1 comiionw-KALTII 2 mcalpix , 3 Maiden Plate. 11antyga 1 hedonist 2 dovta1i 3 Sandown Plate. AHSDr.l i miowxleaf 2 ItOSXY 3 Sandown Park Handicap. the ukrc.ah 1lud x kallti c.odwin" 2 rose VIEW 3 Saadown Purse. i.amaxa 1 i,uni)ovxk 2 noble 11 on"xii! 3 Jumpers' Flat Race. _ coroxatus 1 the majestic nut 2 uomixician 3

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 — 31 January 1914

On the Tracks. tttTrTVIINGTON. Tuesday. mcwhnt dead uflfr the recent- (|OAI1,u" u* aIlt* vow littlu walloping w-s done. ,i„ m-,11 travelled ov.'r fi« furl>ng« ill 1 12 l)Ut 111'-' rest of J- Sccbici Klring wrw 1 . '...'•ircJ -u do much. SU'inbok skipped /l,-ft .i mile i» 55). u'uile Ordinal had a a.ift h. i - jYci-ps and Lmidornc worn both I !-oin" at about I1.ICL-I.arl3 fpced Rcldut ".rpudra- bit out strongly, and Nanpunia ! 0 uvn concluded son..- |,acL- work with three j 1 t-Joiica or the cinders xn 41. I.ora Illinois j ivl ii' -i uric and «M Ihc last furlongs in j i 071 V i^b.-rv i-I. Killoni) ran a tan , lv!3iitrl"'U* in 1 10. U3cbritl«e and tbo Coil ( jtcUiris did a" ' -en tin'.e ""I® »n Ills tan, ' and Tii'to did strong pacsng. ] \ndflosia Mi. Lambert) and Winnipeg ; ('Mil li t! hi cut for siv furlongs in 1.22, Ven" "oil. Gold «1. 1-ar.bcrtl, whn move? v- rv frcelv, had no trouble in nirniri! a "fntlo«s less in 1.7, while Don ijolvo 1 w\« outfidc of ivcn time for the latter...

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

PRIVATE LOANS. PRIVATE LOAN'S. ' PRIVATE OFFICE. PRIVATE OFFICE. CHAS.~SCHOTT 49 Elizabeth Street LENDS FROIT £2 UPWARDS, With or Wiihout Security. Reparable by Easy Instalments. Branch Office: 516 CHAPEL BTRKST, PE1ERAK. i T71CT0UIAN CIA* 13 llACES. : * T« I"- !U11 ai SANDOWN PARK RACECOURSE, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 11. i ^3 Sot*.—HANDICAP HURDLE HACK. Two units. G'J Hovs.—MAIDEN PLATE. Special weights —2yr^., 0.12; Syrs., 7.12; 4yrs, and up ward, 8.3. Us-Ju] ;i)]o\v;ui:..s to mares ami tjoldinji. Five- furlongs. 15'J rfov?.-T!Ii: VICTORIAN CLUB PI-ATE ami TilE VIC'IORIAN CLUB PURSE. A handicap unkind equ^ly into nro stakes. Id") Sure*.—VICTORIAN CLl'j; HANDICAP. I Oli'. C-0 Spv5.-Wr.LTKR HANDICAP. Occ- mile, i ALL NOMINATIONS 103. j ENTRIES CLOSE he for* C p.m. villi the sPcrt.'Urv, Hondo*™ Park Gfiice, V.R.C. : BuUdioci, 491 Bourko-slrect. on MONDAY, !FEBRUARY 2: cr with <}. W. S. Ro*e, ! secretary Rcchill Racir.- Club, Sjduey, bo ; fore 4 p.m. Handicaps declared on Monday,...

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

THE AC VENT OF THE BEAST! What May Happen Soon,

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"TRUTH'S" LETTER BOX. BOGUS BILLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

"TRUTH'S" LETTER BOX. | BOGUS BILLETS. I A correspondent si.itcs that ho noticcd an ' atiror^p^iioiu in slie "Arc" to this effect:— : Wan'.'-'i, traveller, single man, £3 per ^ «\v'k. Apply Tama, P.O., Newmarket. ' lie answered the ;ulrcrtiseinent, and received : .a not-", dated from 26 iI:lton»ctreet, Ascot • Vale, and signed J. Morley," asking | him to call at the address giren. He did • sd, when, "ilistcr Morley" cspresscd his j willingness to "engage" him at £3 per week ; a ad 10 per cent, commission, aud to supply i him with a motor car, to canv3s for photo ! enlargements, proriding ho wou'd pay oror J £50 as '•security." The young man was wi-jo j enough to.'say he "wesn't takin? any, thanlc | you." 'Ware hawk I

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

CANTANKEROUS SQUATTA1I LADY. Emma Jan? Whitnioro. Prahran. complains of the way she and her K-y^r-o!.] <huj:h tor were trcnod a: the jJilaUd H'.at.on, Dar!jn?iot). Work* start<-u :u 5 n.ni r.mi iii-' r;ot U-rminate till 9.30 p.m.. y«-i th„ S.U;,(! tab Ja'Iy was nut fatsfi-':!. Mrj. Whiwuor. say-: "I *.vt\u- this to .--tup other wnv.-u uii'i i::rs from rci:ip up tiuiv. us I hvw *•»:'.

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

V.T.S. IMIO'. The boys aboard Ibe D?rt hara po3lc<l a [ letter to. "Truth'* from Hobari. Th«?v lay j that while anchored in Sandy Bay. a row en ( sued owing to an officer beatiijjj tvro of the ; boys. Other'boys objected, end the cffi:cr j then threatened the company with a re | ro'ver. "Truth's" juvsnife correspondents ::&lc if that is the wcy to treat boy* 17 yoara of age. Ccruinly it is not, aiui j it is tip to the authorities 10 uto ;»• i qulries into the truth of the lids' al!cga- !

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

LUNA I','.UK GUESSEUS. fi.II.O. wHirs :—' On licctmU-r !.* ]:-.m ii„> auUioriths of J.una Park a<]rert;«.;:! »;:» us to hot? m:.,v p: t«:-ml -<J ihcr? thai t-v. iuik', c'i.riu?' prizes of £10 and f.r} for imp r:;ar«.:--. successful ?t:r^rr> a„j i-5u !i'j cards ru tilt* trtrancf to Ujosd v.'hi-) in. M\s:!f ami 12 0f luy family 11 :iii-T posit-'J Lac:'; o;t hut up to ih-> r>rrsu:t xr>; Ir.v' hrnr*l notim? of it. no(rith«: mJm? ihat rc.!iu* of us hriro written, ami ii: ,"ne jn. Jop^ for roply: but no nrfc* his b.-cn nktu 1 of them. Out of courtcsy v.e espocU-J a : ■ fp'r" ' " I

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

IN THE WHIRLPOOL In lils little tub Reform, the now Lord Mayor 1* attempting a very difficult iasU, ! ono that has led to trouble for previous j occupants of his position, and may lead to trouble for him. lie is in the middle of a whirlpool or rapid, and is attempting to pot out of this rupid to the bank that lead* to municipal progress. KddyinK and ?%vlrllnu' around him are Graft. .Muni cipal Muddling. InSluence, Ked-tapo and other things that are "loved" by the people. With a Utile paddle called Bluff, the Lord Mayor is tryinc hard to get from out of the rep!J to tlx? road thnt lends to Pro- i Kress, but ho Is already finding the task j no easy one. .Sweeping,' swiftly down th*j J turbulent stream c.re the bodies of the r.umorous municipal iw.Kiiyte.s who have j preceded him. Helplessly they are whirl ed along to oblivion. To the Falls of l;iij;ht'-d Ambition are they borne. With legs in the r>!r. nlor.k' they i;o, until the Niagara of Destruction i3 reached at the end of the s...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BIGAMIST BECKMANN. Weds Annie Woodhouse while His Wifie is Alive, AND UNRAVELS A REMARKABLE AND ROMANTIC RECITAL, The Maid Mahoney—The Allegedly Jealous Rival and Mysterious Marriage in Melbourne—The Closing Scene at Court. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

bigamist mmm. Weds Annie Woocihouse while His Wifie is Alive, AND UNRAVELS A REMARKABLE AND ROMANTIC RECITAL, The Maid Mahoney—The Allegedly Jealsas Rival and Mysterious Marriage in Melbourne—The Clesing Scene at Court. (FROM "TRUTH'S" SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) "This woman was always running af ter inc. but I dlJ not want anything' to c!o with !;vr, I did n-jt knew that I was married to her until a month aft'T the ceremony took j>!aee, and oven to this day I remember nothing about It." This was the emphatically dramatic outburst made Lv a middle-aged, quiet . looking man named Theo. Beckmann, at THEODORE BECKMAXX. j Thv words, uttered In u hard and strai: • ; eJ voice. they nuiv h;\v«_- . \ ;.lty in thu tiivas't* <-•!' th<_- •• ' and Jurors, wop.- :ii»_-ro!y a i-<jr:'ihora:.«j:. of the Ci'^wn ca?e. and or.lv .1 l.i thr- i-harrc ayainst hi:?.. I3tck:minn w^s cv.'.lci nin-ri u> A CHAP.dl-: OK DIGAMY, the Pr«<wt: that In* nvirrl -i .'.jary...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
STAKELEE IN LUV. GETS SWEET ON THE SISTERHOOD. And Desires To Protect Nellie. BUT THE COPPER SOUNDS HIS KNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

STAKELEE IN LUV. GETS SWEET ON THE SISTERHOOD. And Desires To Protect J Nellie. BUT THE COPPER SOUNDS HIS KNELL. (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) Another little romunr? was nipped In the bud by the arrest of a young Dutch man, giving the name of Martin Stakelee, 24 yours of hailing from Amsterdam, i Strom:, lusty chap, and fetching him uoforo Mr. Payten, S.M., at the Central Police Court on Thursday on a charge of iv.'jsjtahlo John "Wells said that about 10 p.m. on the 7th Inst. ho saw St;>kelee Iti ('athfdral-street, and inquired what he v.-as Tip to. "I'm waiting for the slaters to come home," replied the Dut« hy. re toning to the mission sisters who mnke It their buvhifss to hnrd «>ut tucker to the Jlotsom »«f the neighbourhood. Asked if ho was working, lie rmswvred that work wasn't to be found. IK- was TAKEN* TO Tin: STATION*, on which Vie said, "If 5 had got my re volver out you would never huvo taken A revolver load'-d In .six chambers and a box of cartridges were ...

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

HELP! "The present modes lor women were a dis grace to humanity.'' (Hear, hear.) The president went on to quote Mr. Manifold, a membtr of the Legislative Council of Vic toria, who said it was time to introduce u Bill to protect men. It had been done* in America, by forbidding the wearinp of nar row and transparent skirts.—(The President of the National Council of Women, at Ho bart.) Where'er I go, where'er I stray, ; Designing females come my way: Bold, brazen hussies, fearl.-ss fliris. Clad in transparent too-tight skirts; Their swelling bosoms daunt my gaze, Their shapely calves my soul amaze; Where can I go? Where can I five? The women are all after me. ! Delightful curves disturb my sleep, And nymphs through all my visions creep, Bright beauteous beings clad in gauze, Beside my bedside nightly pause— ; Silk stocking. lir.Lyrie, and lace | Are flaunted thoro before my face— i What matters it how Lrccd I be? | The women are all after me. : Though pnre an-.l pr.llM r.-c my vic-vrs,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CAUCUS AND CABINET. PLUTISH PRESS ON ELECTING MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

PLUTISH PRESS ON ELECTING MINISTERS. (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) * The "Smeralcl" aud the "Tele gTaft" are getting nil immense amount of satisfaction out of gibes at the Labor members of the State Parliament concerning tin; agitation that is going on as to •who shall be members of (lie Labor J.Iinistry besides Mr. liohiran. The latter. as leader u£ the successful Labor P;urty, is. by that fact alone, j 7Vmtir!c<l to be the Premier of the ■'■^Slaie: for tin' invariable Coiisti-) -Htutioi.al practice is fur the King.' "or his representative, to send-for the political leader in Parliament who has at his back the strongest following The man thus sent fur is commissioned u> form a Minis try. til at is. to iind responsible Jioliiieal heads i'or the various de partments of Stale that are not to: no administered by the Premier Jiimself. The Premie.-, according 1o Constitutional practice, is not , supposed to set up a ••Premier's lofiice". and assume that he is do -n...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CAPITAL COMING! AUSTRALIA PREFERRED TO CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

gAPITAL COMING! ; I AUSTRALIA' PREFERRED TO1 : CANADA. ■ (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.? i "When one considers all the (that Is continually being printed by the il:iiiy press about how working ; W-cause they are not "donkeys" < to lie satijiiied with the treatment that : is meted out -.to Asiatic ! "ruining the country." and when one also } riMds so much balderdash Iff the i Mutlsh pimp papers about liow "capital : i:s being driven away" from Australia, It ! is .somewhat startling (if not amua | to uncover that capital Is actually | ious to come to this country, 'fur : , anxious than it is to go to Ame ; Men and women who allow tbemstlv j be humbugged into believing the i published by the , that American pi to publish about the effect that this is po.si.ible countries for • lng to the Iniquities of and who may be induced thereby to lea\> j : capitalists in America or elsewhere, may I tind that they have been grossly de ; ceived by the penny pimp press, and that ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A SWIMMER SCOOPED. BILLIAM LOSES HIS BLOCK AND TACKLE. WILLIS DENIES BEING THE CULPRIT. BUT IS SENT ALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

A SWIMMER SCOOPED. BILLIAM LOSES HIS BLOCK AND TACKLE. WILLfS DENIES BEING THE CULPRIT. BUT IS SENT ALONG. (Prom "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) A well-dressed man of robust build, ' ^ cawed Louis Willis, 41 years of age, de scribe as recently from South Africa, was before Mr. King, S.M., at the Central Polico Court on Thursday, charged with having stolen a watch aud chaiu, with a trinket and sovereign purse attached, with £4 and a'diamond ring, Delongmg to Wil liam Hanley, on January 17. Mr. Spear defended. Constable Thomas Hewitt said that ou the previous Saturday morning, bfcior«* 9 o'clock, he was called or tciorlioo's Mnaicipal* Baths in Ibe Domain, utid h»w teuing . there he found willis BEING DETAINED. v , Hellings, the baths manager, gavr Wiliia 11 into • custody, after telling how Hanley'a - ' jewellery had' disappeared. Willis denied that be had takco. the things.' Heliings then said that Willis hod gone into a convenience handy, and might have left the things there. A se...

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