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NO HUGGING IN PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

NO HUGGING IN PUBLIC. Tha Kaiser bus ordered that German officer» uusfc not tako tiiuir wives ia thoir amis in public.—{Cubic.) Koch dcr Kuiier! Hoch dcr Raiscrl Gmchea, Ku\rin, and Ehza, This is a goddam nirpriscr, "What you s*y now? Ain't it? Xo mor-i in dor street out huggin'. You, mum fruu, can I bo wuggin» Lodt thoy put uio tbo "stono juj" lo-* M'ordd day cannot paint itl Go it in Himwell, donder, bUtaco* Kaa dot iioad got any wits in?. "lis no wondur dey put skits in Illustrated bayera— How can wo, I u.<k, contriro it, All to kiss our frauu in private Sheruiiinoo will not survive it—» All deso silly capcrs I ( Dfeuts*ior\rursti and Sauerkraut«R | My «Ui dwU'h will tuik I flout ht& \ She's a 'Tt'dduin out and outer, | Wftu hbo pets annoymcmi. I If dor Kin.»-n-;u goiuc balmy, I t':id dinks public love can barm SD\ I Khali took outoid* da annj— TJucmnJofmenfa,

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

BAD LEG AFTER A KNOCK. EIGHT MONTHS' FEARFUL LEG ULCERS. LIMB SAVED BY ZAM-QUK. As the outcome of a simp I* accident — a knock on t'.e leg—Mr. \V. !•:. Brown, o1 Ijpfhain-Htr'Tt, Auckland. N.Z.. wan --rip pled with fle^h-eatlr.g ulcers for <"-lgh: months. Telling huw the limb was mad< r,ult»: strong and sound by Zam-Rukh healing. Mr. Jirown *nys:—"Througl knocking my left leg against the eJge o! a tiox, I one* day burst u varicos.* vein A stream of blood gushed out. and it was sonic time before 1 could atop the out now. afterwards the wound be came rtncrry-looklng -and ulcerous, and caused ureut pain. "1 luhl up uii'l rested the limb. but !1 was no use, fur the bad jt'nc*- j*ot wurai ami worse, and terribly inflamed. Ther the treatment of a medical man wa> tried, but it railed to drlim any improve !i:f«t, I\ir eight months 1 v.-^s in fear rul torment. The inflammation spread ihe ulcers got d-»t.-D"r and bitter, ami the leg was swollen enormously. "I had ofte...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CAN'T GET A WORD IN. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

CAN'T GET A WORD IX. The Twofold Bay "Magnet" pays:—"It Is said that a well-known Monnra resi dent hasn't spoken to his wife for a month. He Is very fond of her, but doesn't like to Interrupt her." There is nothing very remarkable about tills. According to statistics, there are some 17.000 men in Sydney or there abouts who haven't .spoken to their wives for many weary years, through noi knowing their address; ur.d there are some thousands of others who don't net ;i chance to spenk to their wives, because the Government won't let them; but the sum total of these are Intlnltesimal com pared with the many henpecked hubbies who haven't spoken to the houi-ehoM boss because they cannot get in a word edgeways.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BUSHELL'S BAD BREAK. SALESMAN SNEAKS TWO SOVS. AND SLIPS INTO THE SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

b'DSHELL'S BAD BREAK. EAX.ESMAK SNEAKS TWO SOVS. AND KLIPS INTO THE SOUP. (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent) How two sovereigns went missing ftt David Jones & Co.'s. and what became of them, was told to Mr. Sinlthers, S.M.. ftt the Central Police Court on Wednesday, when a tall young salesman, tiamod Re ginald Bushel!. 2tf, was charged with stealing thorn on the 13th Inst. Detective )■:. O'RellJy said that nt 10 n.ni. on the previous Saturdny he saw Bushell at D.tvld Jones', and nsked him about tho mutter. Bushel! said that Mr. Jones had spoken to him regarding it, and the detective, saying the thing MUST BE? CLEARED UP. he made an appointment for the Mon* daw At the time mated Busheli made a clean breast of the affair, saying that Just before the shop closed on the 15th hf> sold fi woman a Uarloth and doyley for £- "f< 6d. The woman had come in a gre.it hurry, and bought tho articles Just on tl o'clock. Tho shopwalkers were all gene. and th»» tubes running ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FLEECING THE FRUITGROWERS. A NEW CHUM MURRIKAN'S NOTION. Says Co-operation is the Remedy. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

A NEW CHUM NIIRRIIMN'S NOTION. Says Co operation is the Remedy. (PROM TRUTH'S" SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) "Tacoma" (Wyonc) writta an followa:—I tHie problem that confronts tbo fruit-raifor, of finding a market for hi* produce, has be-1 Come of prime importance to tho writer nn<l I hi* family, since lie, too, of Iato has becomc | tut ovchaidist. After nearly thirty year* of business activity in England nnd America, r chang.-! of climate and occupation becatuo imperative. nnd, niter judging botween San JJiego, California, and Sydney, wc decided to try New South \Vule3 Jim. After three Months in u furnished cottage at Mos tnan, \ve soured n 70-acro fruit ranch in the Wrong district. While sojourning in Moa man and visiting friends in other suburbs of Bvdney, in all Mir experience in Europe and j America, v.v never mw fntit or vegetables £0 high as in the various municipalities con-j taimxl in t)1(. metropolitan area of Sydney,, tms.-raMe. j Pl'CKEfiF.D, DRIED-UP APPLES flailing ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MARIENTHAL'S MONEY. GOES FASTER THAN IT COMES. COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER CRACKS UP. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

MARIENTHAL'S MONEY. !| GOES FASTER THAN IT COMES. i COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER CRACKS i (From "Truth's*' Sydney Correspondent.) | "When a man separates from his wife, whatever the reason might be, It usually ji jjresapcs disaster. It was .so in t!ie casej , i of Julius Cacs.ir, Henry VIIT., tho First i Napoleon. and a myriad or lesser lights: \ una as history continually repeats Itself, !* It worked disaster to a commercial tra- i' v«U*»r named William l„pvi Maricnthal, | * who applied to Mr. Payten, S.M., at the 1 Central, on Monday, to vary an order it whereby he waa compelled lo pay £5 pel 4 week towards ^ HIS WIFE'S SUPPORT. j| Tho wife, F^arl Marifnthal, was repr*- j sented by Mr. O'Reilly, and appellant bv » Mr. Par'.:*»p. , Marlenthal, an alert man of middle ; ape, who resides at the Austral Cl'ib \ Hotel. Victoria-street, raid that Rt the I limo tho order w is made, in PeoembT j last, ho was earning about ~9 per week. i lie was a traveller for Coth'df and Co., ' ■ with hip headqua...

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

NOT A BAD PRINCIPLE. A Sydney journal. discussing tho town-1 slimninc and model settlements cchemo of! Mr William Lover. declares that "Lever's principle is that t-he houses fhoald turn their! brightest side, and not their backyards, to| r;:u«',:iy t:r.!'-rs. How brie): and rnortar) >r even wooden structures can turn at all ' icpou»;iit knovciii uoi. But, if tho merit quoted contains the basis of Lever's Principle, it is by no means a bad principle. Phr> spectacle presented to railway travellers is they pass through the suburbs of Svdmv and all Australian cities aro similarly situ itwlj is disgusting and uauseathig. " i iveraeo slattern and sloven of a housewife' TRarus her backyard ns the fit and pro'*. •cceptacla for nil domestic d*'-ria. slops, '<]e rayed vegetable matter, rays, tags, tiaj, and i

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Police Scandals. BUNDABERG and BRISBANE BOBBIES. Ructions in the Ranks. RESIGNATIONS AND RUMORS OF RESIGNATIONS. Methods of the Martinets. Sealed Inquiries to Shield Spies. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

Police Scandals. BUNDftBERG and BRISBANE BOBBIES. Ructions in the Ranks< RESIGNATIONS AND RUMORS OF RESIGNATIONS. Methods of the Martinet*. Sealed Inquiries to Shield Spiel. .,, '(From Brl9bano "Truth.")' r„ll ,Is stjiMr-woh'acr that opium and population I^QuVinsVan^'^ThrpoUw fhomiMieT11'15' for ,hc Protection of !»/%« * from such noxious growths appears to spend most of Its cood pre rern b U-^'t"^ n"r plmf|nff °n Itsoir. fTrln»« !l.tii ^forming the multl linnn Ti nil! ^ Cil S,I01"<J devolve J'pon It outside its bnrracks. "Truth" wnrt ,!fTlnta,nf', of lnforft)atJon and wad tiftei wad of evidence, material m^'tn'o^31;,0111 nny 8^mcn?i forco IsVioothln™0" COmma' The HOT-BED OF DISAFFECTION AND INTRIGUE. The genuine honest-lntontloned pollco abi,.' ^„,°i„1!>s tlme for the Ocnplc dollar. In 8 1? certain dastardly I,,,?0, , uniform, finds himself n tnrpet for the envenomed spleen of iim"*15'' nn<i hls ev<,r>' Peccadillo be comes u mountai...

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

Rortv Redciifffe. 1 ( RAGTIME ROMPS. \j ' ■ Sandyandy Sirens. (From Brisbane "Trnth."J i" Sunburnt? What? Ton should see b&truTn^ :A)l over. TUy face is tanned some, 'ims bet! But you should son my 1 A "in *-"Jl * an<* *">* shoulders. my arms and )H TO>* &nd— What's that? Bath ing? Lummo, yes; all morninp, after noon. and evening. Boskerinol Cush. and w\\ slgnrnio, my oath! Ti-rts? Mixed bathing? Sure! ,l3«\vn smiling: glad eyeUngs to every j i\» yard of sand from Woody to } . ti'dcllffe. and half-way along to Reef . .'•■-int. Bobbydazzlin time? What do j you think? Kat tarts. long tarts, Han inns, little tart?, slim tarts, rou« <1 ! tarts, square tarts: tarts of evorv | ohnpe anfl size, tnrts that knew a thins ! or two. and tarts who i THOUGHT THKY DID. AND DIDN'T. , Cooge, Bondi. Mnnly. down in old Syd., \ can stay where they are. Redcliff'* ; ■will do me for min»> every time. I'm ! ieeling Uk«» point; back to nature. , Whoosh! Tango ...

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

Land Settlement, i Party Subs. OFFICIAL CONSERVATISM. (From Brisbane "Truth.") From both sides of the House the ! Government g.>t sip for not being able to meet the demand for hind lately. The "Liberals" have always aklted about their great belief in hind settle ment. But the situation has become a bit delicate. The pastoralists hand somely subsidise tin* party's fund?, and naturally don't expect their little bit of li70,000,000 acres to be inter fered with. What can the Government do? The squatters' 270.000.00u acres comprise the best land, and thai which is in demand. The Liberal Party, the same as any other party, is controlled by the powers behind the throne, and they will certainly not be allowed to do anything detrimental to the squat Most of the critics on the ''Liberal" side, particularly Bob Philp ami the squatter crowd, only expect the Gov ernment to promote settlement in the farming districts. They confidently declare that the pood sheep lands, from which the present h...

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

STILL VERY MUCH IN THE AIR » "Mr. Wplson epeoHrd a i*iur.>b*r or journalists over the palatial building which is to accommodate the future Labor daily nsw6p«r'cr* The build ing, named MacDonell House, is the most up-to-date in Sydney, from a prepsman's point of view. "Mr. Watcon stales that the Labor daily will not be issued till November next, if then.—(News items.) It has been announced, with frequency, that the long-promised Labor daily paper, to be established in Sydney as THE m&ulhplec® and organ oF The Cause, would be out in time for the next election. So far it has not appeared, but we have it on the authority of the Southern papers that a party of Liberal newspaper men was shown over the premises, said to be the best arranged, for the purposes of a printery, of any of the newspaper offices of the Commonwealth. There is no plant, nor, as far as is gathered, is there any suggestion—apart from the lay-out of the cellarage, &c.— that there will Ire a newspaper...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LETTER FROM LONDON. LARKIN STILL THE LUMINARY. Pother at the Post Office. Trouble Over Cost of Living—Frenzied Finance—Large Deficit Assured—Sorry News for the Taxpayers. Westminster, Dec. 13, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

LETTER FROM LONDON. LARKIN STILL THE LUMINARY. Pother at the Post Office. Trouble Over Cost of Living—Frenzied Finance—Large Deficit Assured—Sorry News for the Taxpayers. {KP.OM M TRUTH'SM LONDON* COIUlPspONDENT.) Wcstmiimerj Dec. 13, 1913. . , i j wo or three yeats i«go, u strike engrossed! ! public attention. Xneii, everybedy tuougut I labour unrest was abnormal, «nd politicians, j , I journalists, and even Uisnops, discussed what| , ti,, v caltvd «U.. -oweiis.- U wm general | ' i.Lu'.cu thai a few more strikes, a i«w wore '.ivur-.l.c onanist* U.v mam.*, and abour 'L tt'i - Jew more months of labour the joundauuns oi Jiociety wou.d ' tocvuw ihv.oii'v. The- publicists trussed UUi\\r uur.M. liln: ft quack uiagncw* » '(lii-.is.-. LJi-ibhm'iU v.'"v« very "panicky ; ahi'u. Butu little exucrieucc bus been whole. ■Isouu'. Nov.-. tUc journalist docs not raise '[alarm* -jver « suikr.-: the politician^nud in. ' a'rid^abo^r unrest is treated 'n- Lai.-,? uuu«; i* mow part o: lit'- S-.» wbv sh...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POLICE V. PEOPLE. A WOMAN "GIVEN A CHANCE." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

POLICE V. PEOPLE. A WOMAN "GIVEN A CHANCE." [Prom "Truth's** Sydney Correspondent.) In another column, we report the case of one Clara Williams, who appealed to Judge Rogers against a sentence of six months' imprisonment imposed upon her for vagrancy, and whose sentence was reduced by his Honor because of a dis cover)* that was made as a result of his Honor having sent for the gaol records. These records showed that, either the de positions of the evidence given against liafa Williams by the principal witness at the Police Court were inaccurate, or the constable gave inaccurate testimony. It was upon this testimony that the magis trate sentenced Clara Williams to the maximum penalty, for,one offence,;'of six months' imprisonment The depositions of the evidence taken before the Magistrate against whose de cision Clara Williams appealed, ' stated that Plaln-plothes Constable < Alchin awore that "he had seen the woman about dally and nightly during the period im mediately pr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY FELONRY IN VICTORIA. John Price's Floating Hells. CONVICT MELVILLE'S ABORTIVE TRIAL, Inquiry into Hulk Discipline. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

EARLY FELONRY IN VICTORIA. John Price's Floating Hells. CONVICT MELVILLE'S ABORTIVE TRIAL, Inquiry Into Hulk Discipline, The trial took .place lie/ore tho first Judge Molesworth. In tho old Supreme Court, now demolished to make room for £ve, VmW Police Court Ih LonRdale-*treet. Melville, in his. defence, gave a detailed account of his sufferings, and thoao of his fellow convicts on the hulks, under Price's reign. This vivid picture of tho convicts' wrongs suffered on the hulks. Is the one that the Government authorities havo ap parently succeeded lntwlping oft the official recordB of Victoria. IJofore, however, we have dono with "Felonry in Victoria," tills damning indictment of penal brutali ties in Jhe hulks may yet be unearthed in some private* collections of early Victorian historical facts. In the Supreme Court, Melville, at the conclusion tof his speech, was found guilty of the murder of Owens, and sen tenced to death. Judge Molesworth dis played considerable emotion when pass...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FROLICS AT FRESHWATER. LOTS OF FUN WITH THE LASSES. Love's Young Dream Breaks Loose. BEHIND THE OLD MAN'S BACK. Tango and Tummy-rub in the Altogether. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

' LOTS OF FUN WITH THE LASSES. Love's Young Dream Breaks Loose. BEHIND THE OLD MAN'S BACK. Tango and Tummy-rub in the Altogether. (FROM TRUTH'S" SVDXEV COB RESPONDENT.) One of iho best nurflng bcncher. within | ■c.ich of the pay slrlccnn unci hnr ooun ■ vy coaslna Is undoubtedly that of Fresh water, ju.it over the bit; hill tit tho north* -•rn end of the Manly flench. Beside.*, it -l; th«' faf"j«t atitl the most atcluded, being :.ntroni>T;fl only by those who.se are -•iunl to the couple of hundred rocky >'vim a.Kcmliiii; the hill. P.,ur obi poppc irnl phi!ii;> oiil tn'.mnin, th'-reforo, content wi?h trylii^ thtt surf s-.t>»ne* el:«e, i.nj lenvint: l-'rei-hwut'.-r Ii<aeb i*<-ry Much out of home hundred* :!;aL maU<* f«.>r it by thf lit""1 trains or ^jtiMihiy nfcht. l.iu'.'ti with hamp»r« oi i<r• ivIsluriH and j>nrceli; union* of liquid rcfroshmont, very fow of either .<''X will rtvon over thirty vcarG of as*. Ind...

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

| TANGO MILLIONAIRES. There are a whole host of fellows who are getting rich quick on the strength of the Tango craze (says 'Truth's" London cor- respondent). The amounts made by some of the Tango experts are beyond belief. To the well-connected ones, it is a very poor week that does not pan out £300, while £100 is easily made by people who are not in the front rank as dancers or teachers. Both are in great request, and the former find no end to their engagements. Some   of the dancers are running about from lunch   time to supper time in their cars, visiting houses and getting as much as £20 for a   quarter of an hour's dance. In their odd   moments they give lessons and charge as   much as two guineas for a quarter of an hour. As these lessons are occasionally given to ten or a dozen at the one time, they pan out fairly well. One man from the Argentine, who was lately in a suburban orchestra at £2 a week is now makin...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MARRIED WOMAN CHARGED WITH PROSTITUTION. DID THE POLICE MAKE A MISTAKE? Prosecution Fails. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

MARRIED WOMAN CHARGED WITH PROSTITUTION. DID THE POLICE MAKE A MISTAKE? Prosecution Fails. Wliou the cbargo of beicjj a common pros titute and of iiaviu^ importuned persons passmj in a public place, preferred by sua moiis u^amsl Theresa Agnta liume, othei v«*ie•! lialp.li, was reheard at, the Fitzroy Cuuri on Tuesday, tbo jus.ices on the bench •rteiu Mtssrs. J. J. Dentou (oimi.man\ J. \V. lieukcit and K, App.% Tiio previous Tuesday llt^ri. Ucokctt ami Apps failed to arrive ut a unanimous di e ciu/i after bearing tbo evidence, bo they adjourned the so veil days. | IMaiu-cloibu Constable Uoxby repeated h.s • cvidenco as U> what he alleged he saw .Mrs. ; Hum* do ia Viclonu-parauu on tbv ' of December 1G. He bud soui bcr accost j men, and then walk away with cue of tb«ni , down Filiroy-aireet, iu the direction of the 1 bouse she lived in with her husband. Wit- I uosi said be bad known ibe woman for sis j months to b« a common prostitute by re- | pule. On tbo niirbt of Dcccmb r 16 be,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TRAGEDY OF LOVE. Shakespeare's Dark Lady. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

THE TRAGEDY OF LOVE. Shakespeare's Dark Lady. (By Walter Groig.) Alt that w© know of tho facts of Slmkespearo's life might bo written on a shoot of foolscap. Tlio scanty know ledge of tho outer life of tho great mas ter of tragedy has been written and commented m>on as if it were of the ut most in onion t. That Shakespeare kail an inner life—a. psychological history— is generally understood, hut it is con sidered an unfathomable mystery. Shakespeare is regarded as the least subjective of poets. Shakespeare, to most people, was a successful theatrical manager and playwright, who gave the public oi' his day "what is wanted/' aii'l^ mado a competence thereby. was tliut of an easy-going, suecyWjJfc. tniddle-claus man of his time looked on at hie as his own Ar Kdi-V but played no part in the great\tjfty£i comedy of human exigence. j Much talent has been expended u* Shakespearian commentary, but it is sate to .say that only within the Ja^t few years )ias the mystery of Shakespeare been...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Jackson's Jeremiad. SELECTOR AND STOREKEEPERS. ONE-EYED CROWN LAND RANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

Jackson's Jeremiad, SELECTOR AND STORE KEEPERS. ONE-EYED CROWN LAND RANGERS. (From Brisbane "Truth.") About 19 miles from Atherton Sid Jackson selected 103 acres of Govern ment land. He complains that ho has been obliged to sell it after complet ing residence, so that he could dis charge debts incurred with local store keepers. His complaini aims chiefly at the Government land rangers, and ho pays, that they practise preference Some holders, starting ofi' scratch, have perforce to leave their selections from time to time in ordfr to earn money whereby they may develop their property. A recent letter in •Truth" from a Mr. McNabb. in th" same district, dealt witli this aspect. Mr. Jackson savs that McNabb's state ment* were statements ol' fact. He knows well-to-do people who took up similar iand to his own. and they never go near the selection for periods up to years. Exemption is gran ted them. On the other hand, Jackson could obtain no continuous exemption beyond six months. The Agr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

IWEMTIPLAY and SON HERBALISTS. Established 1S76. We Cure the following Diseases :— Hydatids I Bright's Disease . Liver and Blood Diseases | Marasmus. BOTAN1C LOTION, for VAJUOOSB VEINS. . HAP U-XiS OUKKU. WILD OPKKATIVK PILLS. % I CuU(iH UEMKDY. EYK LOTION, foi Cauract. HOTAN1C REM1CDY, fur Inward Bleeding HtlNGWOK.M. ! Pil< s. M'ORM SYRUP, which Lures Threud Tape Wonn, etc. NKRVE TONIC, for Weaklier, etc. TONIC FILLS, for Weakness. ' Also Other* Toy Num>.Tout> to Mention. tKTTERiS DAILY CONGIUTULATING US ON THE CUKES WE llAVK KFFKOTED. HYDATIDS ON THK LIVKIl. "To W. MF. NT! FLAY nud SON, 168 Bourke-btrcet, Melbourne. "I am very plcu&cd to acknowledge with i;reat gratitude the wonderful cure you effected on my wife after fourteen years' il!iie.«s. She had been under treatmcut by si* doctors, who carue to the conclusion that she had a tumour, and had decided to operate on iior, but, luckily, before consenting, she consulted you, and after examina tion you tol...

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