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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

"With pathetic faith in the efficacy of the findings of care A DALEFUL fully selected Rr.yal BILLET. Commissions as a pan acea l'or any or ail ih* ; evils which may aftlict poor humanity 1 —from an epidemic of bunions on the : brain to the latest sc?.r>ualous doings j of a John Hop in the far West—this i paper would plead for the speedy ap- I polntment of such body to inquire Into the distressing disabilities which i apparently attach to the office of i Governor-General. Xo sooner does j the occupant of that glittering and ! dazzling high position become su.'tt- j ciently v.vH-known to avoid the chance I of being run in as a Socialist, than i ilUhealt.li marks him for her own. At ) least, he—that is. all of them—call the | injection "ill-health." aiul they ought i to know. Surely, so long as Aus- ! tralia's dementia for imported figure- j heads and rubber-stamp* obtains, out I land's Impecunious aristocratic out- j -of-works, it should not be impossible f to secure a guaranteed h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Awful Adulterators. A Mackay Massacre, MYSTERIES OF THE MILK-O. TWENTY-EIGHT PER CENT, OF WATER. LIGHT BREAD FROM BAKERS. BUNG AND HIS BRANDY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

Awful Adulterators. A Mackay Massacre, MYSTERIES OF THE MILK-O. TWENTY-EIGHT PER CENT, OF WATER. LIGHT BREAD FROM BAKERS. BUNG AND HIS BRANDY. (From Brisbane "Truth.") Inspector J. G. Wiseman, of the Health Department, has recently been paying surprise visits to towns ur North, and at Mackay he made a fine haul of adulterators. The Mackay "Standard" has for once stepped out n{ the rut of country journalism, and. lo its credit, has plllorifd all the person* against whom convictions w#-re re corded by publishing their names In big, hold typ«». The first prosecution was that of George Shinn. who. when charged with selling adulterated milk, se^m^d to treat the matter as a huge Joke. Wh<*n how he pleaded, lie remarked. There was n bit of water in it." The analysis showed that no l*sa than 2$ per cent, of the "milk" was water, and to show his horror at the EAREFACED P.OEEERY perpetrated by Shinn. Mr. Jackson, the P.M.. fln^d him a modest £3, with costs, totalling- £3 I'd. Mr. S...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WHY HANGMAN BERRY RESIGNED. Innocent Persons Executed. Woman's Hysterical Struggle. Should Capital Punishment be Abolished. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

WHY HANGMAN BERRY RESIGNED. Innocent Persons Executed. Woman's Hysterical Stru^^te. Should Capi::il Puni-him.'iK li-,* Abuli-hc'i •' For CiVOi j n'.t.i:;'.;• • :« cvn.uty th--to i ha« been a mc-vc-jr.v.r:«. >.n too? in thf Old Dart having for ii- L-bicc;, th-- nooiition of v.- a;o ! ■••.hi-ii. tbourU r.i-iit-1v-ii .i.uin^ the Speedy surx"^ m th- ronncr. w.i- iiiai of th;* Pri-'.M it': ::a ^v.r-:y, whiHi cerncd itS'.'If v.\lh the ir.tr_»u i.'.f.li'.t'.f iu lh> ;:i-\:iu. :il ui v.jr.w: tr.u.'- inrnr Th's £«.•>:!•''.y :•= -'>j o;|).,-'d to capita! punishment. b'i:. .-o :ar, La* c<jii*1 n• • t its prcpr di .■ t;d I*:irlIj:rrmta. y c«; -.-i i•? th? general objc t- ■ >: iiJ .• urjani.;::; \-Ai al ready indicated. !r \v.;uM -Cvin. hi]'.v<-v«. :. that the v-'U 10: th.* abolition of ti;^ death sentviu-'1 likely to be- rerivco ami pushed forward with ivti- *.v.d v'.l'w 'yxi-.vi to tlie starti»nu r-.vel ;tio::* by uu Edinburgh mciicj! men. v.dn L^..i :i mad...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

Have you got CATARRH? If you have a dropping of phlegm into the throat, your nose is stopped up, crusts form in your nose, you arc easily susceptible to coicls, you suffer from frontal headaches, If you have noises in the head, If your hearing is affected, fyou have to clear your throat & expectorate often, f a change in the v/eather affects you, Fyou are a victim to shortness of breath, Fyou sneeze frequently, Fyour sense of smell 13 affected, Fyou have a heavy, tired feeling on awaking. ryou suffer from a husky throat, :^REE to SUFFERERS. " I '(ifCvarri. - '.i\•*- tu r:vr. r-*-:r i '■<*. i it t;it- ctirl.nt i•«1" -la c.-< •:& :l... 1 thr)«: n-i.i ti-' «It .'„>?• ;'r»* ^ fj-'iia'. *j .-.•-'•y..- ii*u.v,- yo-: j! J-•■.''•."•'•i'-"-"'I • V' -' •'* p-'---' TTcTTTrr

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PELTED WITH PEPPER. Hubby Defends Himself Was She a Virago? Charge of Assault Dis[?]ssed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

PELTED WITH PEPPER. Hubby Deiends Himself By Holding Irate Wife Ualii a Constable Arrives. Was She u Virago ? Charge of A>suult Iu the District Court, on Monday, Mr. P. Blashki, J.P., presiding, a middle-aged woman, named Elizabeth Dunlop, of. 19j King-street, city, proceeded against her husband, George Dunlop. of the same ad dress, on a cliarge of unlawful assault. Sii was not represented by counsel, uut fieoru'e was defended by Mr. If. J. Nolan. Complainant's evidence was to the effect that on the evening of the date mention-'.} defendant .came home under tbc iufluener of drink; he found the front shop door open, and Bpoke to her about it, and an argument started. He ciughi hold 01* her by the arms and nearly twisted them out of ! their sockets. She seut soma children who Iwero present for tho police. He to''l J1'"1' that if she was not careful she would be found dead in <be morgue. In answer to "Mr. Nolan, witness said that sho was getting her husband's tea r»'a&...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ORACLES OF THE OVERSEAS CLUB SQUABBLING SQUIBS QUIBBLE AND QUACK. Infant Organisation Gets the Colic. Selfish Scheming and Subsequent Squealing—Each Wants to be Boss and Pose as a Patriot. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

ORACLES OF THE OVERSEAS CLUB SQUABBLING SQUIBS QUIBBLE AND QUACK. Infant Organisation Gets the Colic. Selfish Scheming and Subsequent Squealing—Each Wants to be Boss and Pose as a Patriot. In tho Inst couple of issues of "Truth'' considerable spaeo has boon devoted to a. local organisation w.th a hi^h-falntin' namo, whoso mushroom growth during tho past seven montlis has resulted in its Miiforing from a Mivcro attack of colic or managerial htomach-acliu tliat gives every promi.%o of developing into convulsion* that will spell serious trouble for tho joungM/er in it.s own little way. In London, tho homo of juggling Jingoes, there has been established for some years, tho Ovor-soas Club, whoso objects are un tho slightest provocation proclaimed to bo as follow:— (1) To help one another; (2) To rendor individual service to tho Empire; if need be, to bear arras; (3) To insist on the vital necessity to the Empire of British supremacy on tho sens; (4) To draw together in the bond of . comr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

Nurse Evans of Tattnanla end Victoria, writei hef opinioo of CLEMENTS TONIC LTD, "I have been nursing for twenty years in Tas ' mania and Victoria, so my experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nurse most know the best medi cine to give a patient. Some 1 have nursed have been so ill I never could have taken their case only I knew Clements Tonic would quickly restore them to heaili. What I am writing is founded on ex perience that amongst all medicines Clements Tonic is first. It is the nnrses' friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the sick to health. (Signed) NURSE EVANS." always tils Mtdicine on hand u<l vou wilt kerp liraltby. If you YOU GET HEALTH AND And BILIOUSNESS. AD STORES tod CHEMISTS SELL IT.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A PROMISCUOUS MASH AND WHAT IT LEAD TO. Ex-Constable Dear CHARGED WITH ROBBING A LITTLE DEAR IN ALEXANDRA AVENUE. Accused Committed for Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

A PROMISCUOUS MASH AND WHAT IT LEAD TO. Ex-Constable Dear CHARGED WITH ROBBING A LITTLE DEAR IN ALEXANDRA AVENUE. Accused Committed for Trial. The promiscuous "mashing" of two men tm Princes-bridge on the evening of Janu ary 29 by two young domestics wa* fraught with unpleasant consequences to at Icwt three of the quartette, and was responsible For tbo arrest and arraignment in the City Court on Tuesday on :i chorgo of larceny from tbp person of a msn <">: good appear ance aud plausible address, 35 years of ace, named John Thomas lJ^ar. an ex-constabio Dl' tho Victorian Polico Force. The two young wf-mrn concerned in the episode were srsters. named J-^.-zabeth ami Lilian Smith, and the story they told to lilr. P. ,T. Dwyer, P.M.. and a b'-nch of justices wa« to the dVct that Kh;al->eth had been taken dnwii hv accused for her purse, which had contained the sum of £2 10s, Accused was undefended. Elizabeth Snutb, th;» alleged victim, told tho Court thai sho was c domes...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
UNDER THE AGE OF CONSENT. Alleged Abduction of Richmond Lass. WHAT HAPPENED IN ADELAIDE. Girl of Fifteen's Amazing Admissions. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

UNDER THE AGE OF CONSENT. Alleged Abduction of Richmond Lass. WHAT HAPPENED IN ADELAIDE. Girl of Fifteen's Amazing Admissions. A young mow of about 19, named Rupert Walters, of smurt appe.irauco, ami a journey* man butcher by trade, appeared bcloro Messrs. Sioad (ehaiimuu), Kelly, unci liur* gess, .lfl.l\, at tin? Richmond Police Court on Wednesday ou t lit; lioub.n charge of ub duction and cam. . v knowing. rilie first lm!ict*»eni a-;a.mt u ukers was that at Rich mond on lko.nmer •«, 11U3, he unlawfully loti!; Frauds Mi.,m Clu-.rrcU Hogcvs, a givl | under the o: lo years, from the poescs v.on o; hev purtxnt» without their consent, lie was fui'lhrr churned with haying at llick- , niund, betwocu August 31 and December 3, j 1913, ! CARNALLY KNOW.V the same j:irl. The court wad crowded with interested listeners, who had the satisfac tion of hearing the details of the Grat chargo, but who were ordered to leave the court when the uiore serious indictment was en tered upon. The -.irnurd y...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A DISMAL RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

A DISMAL RELIGION. People who reuse to believe that pfe is a qualifying exigence tor Hell miiit view,v.i;h a perturbed spirit the a.most mulisturujd way in which the k»ll-ji>v brigade i, by;n;j allowed to march to puccc4*;. According ;o this ouc-sded fang, a man who smoke* ought to be ostrae.scd from society; if he drinks, be should be gao.e 1; mid ii h» laughs, be ought to be deprived ot the rights of citizenship. Some years ago there usL>d to bo a son of moderate reiorni party—a crowd who realJy aimed al moderation, and not prohibition. That sort of reformation couldn't be objected to, an*l wasn't. But the slab-sided confedtracy yf intolerant ian lorn-jaws who have taken tip the running uiuce then not hating any halt-loaf. They want the whole cuke, pnd the docile way in which they ore being banded the dish is the ore-:* on for these p'm.uks. Th s paper holds no brief for the frivolous heathen who would rather laugh than cry, or the dirty wretch who siinjUrs or the criminal w...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PERILS OF LAYING POISON. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

PERILS OF laying poison. The latitude allowed to the lucrcd lords of tli© laud to scatter poisoutd baits about Uicir holdings far the purports of rabbit decimation id a matter thai should be im mediately looked into by tbu Government, owing to tho perilous position created by the nature of the methods employed to jay the poison. The modun operandi is 10 plough a track over u uiii<; or iwo of land, und to I lay in the track apples :md earrou; charged i with strychnine or same other life-destroying j agent. An adult i.-» (juito aware of tin? na ture of the baits, but children, except those, of course, belonjrin:; to the "squat tuh" or J grazier, hiive no such knowledge. The layer ! of the p:>i»on, with burotie brutality ami j indifference, generally makes no attempt to i advertise his rabbit-killing methods, and the ! death of a bush battler's bu/rn would be j considered as lew of a catastrophe than the escape of the bounding bunny which lives on the squatter's prass. Th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POLICEMAN AND PICKPOCKET. Did Rodders Strike a Snag? The Bench Say "Yes," and Award Three Months' Secusion, Notice of Appeal Given. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

POLICEMAN AND PICKPOCKET. Did Rodders Sirike a Snag? The Bench Sa> "Yes," and Award Three Months' ScCiusion, Notice of Appeal Given. An error of judgment on the part of a vuung man named Kdward Rodger* has earn ed tor him—umtss the conviction is upset on appeal—a three mouths' spell in the sechi* ben of the farm at Cobuig. Edward, ac cording to the evidence adduced in the City Court oq Monday (ilr. I'. J- Dwyer, P.M., presiding), is u gent who allegedly "gels lils** livin' by tak»ng things as isn't g.Tcn," as Billy' Whitburn used to sing long ago. Iu other words, Ed is alleged to b>.' otic ©f the ''dip-' ping" brigady, arid through his lack of dis cernment hi failing to distinguish a cop in plain clothcs, he got into bother. He was charged frith attempted larceny from the person on January 31. Mr. N\ H. Sonenberg defended. Constable Frederick Henry Westhorpe deposed that at 12.50 on the afternoon of the date mentioned he was outside one of th* ticket wiudow at tho Flinders-str...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE PRELATE AND THE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

THE PRELATE AND THE PREMIER, ! Dr. Mannix, last Sunday, spoke to Willie in this way :—"At the recent contest ) the Catholic Federation was only taking its preliminary cantor, and ho thought its : enemies began to feel uneasy when it was gcttiujr into its stride. lie hoped that the I federation would before tho next election embrace within its ample orbit every Catholic j in the State, and that every Catholic would have his or her name on the rolls, in order to give their enemies in that educational straggle the answer they deserved." Archbishop (indicating his body guard) : Mr. Watt, our soul's in 'arms and ea^er for the tray. Beware ! Willie : Please, sir, my cobber Jack's a pal of yours, and I won't do anything in your line that iny cobber dou't want ine to do.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

ASCOT RAGING CLUB. j. WREN, General Wauiee?. ASCOT RACEST ASCOT RACES. MONDAY NEXT, FE& 16. Flrit Event Start! at 2.30. transit Caki from City, Train* from rii&dftrMtr**1, lo Sfcwnartat. Firrt TMura, *ti.| &«eood &»• lim, U. "Phil" is a Tailor with a Reputation. FOR twenty-fivo vears he's been tailoring clothes as thov should bo tailored. The bcst drcssed men in Melbourne know him well— know the smart style that he puts into every garment, the fine fabrics and sound workman ship. Thev know, too, and find convenient his WONDERFULLY EASY TERMS, and ap preciate Phil's fair and honest dealing. YOU should boo him about your next Suit. LADIES' COSTUMES ALSO ON EASY TERMS. DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES Are included in the stocks of our City Store. PHIL HARRISON "AND CO. Only City Address: 222 SWANSTON ST. Also at S VICTORIA ST., SOUTH MEUiOUR.N'E: And at 894 ilATHDUWN ST., NORTH CAItLTON. BAKER'S STADIUM DUDLEY STREET, WEST MELBOURNE. Direction R....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY FELONRY IN VICTORIA. FIENDISH DOINGS OF THE "MIDNIGHT FOSSICKERS." Trafficking in Young Immigrant Girls. THE BRUTAL MURDER OF JOHN PRICE. For which Seven Convicts Paid the Death Penalty. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

EARLY FELONRY IN VICTORIA. 'FIENDISH DOINGS OF THE 'MIDNIGHT" FQSS1CKERS," Trafficking in Young Immigrant Girls. THE BRUTAL MURDER OF JOHN PRICE. For which Seven Convicts Paid the Death Penalty. ••Gypsy*1 Smith, to whom we reierred inal jr'c^U, VM crfidUed v,UU Uuvih? boeu a meiu* "Hheck l>Gu<;{a*'s" ftantr, that bad it* b-'jiicjur.!UT3 ct t)'« Fryer's Liccli diysh'"^ r»nlv)i waj« a boibud ci the scum ov hbuvt? fi-of» Vi'.rid?moni;u They were known >»* lb/ Kcs&ickcrs," und it- wa» un s;.:'o f'oi unv diffcvr i') be asleep in tbeir v;.'it;iiy.* Two via W; ait ^\u j in Ihcir lent do it J and their twid gono. liotn c: \U* dipgers had htul a pick put through tbeir brum us tb<?y *lept. lhat wes the class crituc tho "Multii^ht roaiickcra followed, -n \ thut imido diggers' lives in lonely inaccs k midnight of alarm* and a sleeping horror . ♦jh-2 U*s bold ©t thr-so criminals van flfons and brothels i« the diggings. _ * - brothel was tisimlly controlled by ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

*\/f KNTONE RACING GLUJi (R'C. V.I1.C.). .... . wi:onhsi)av. cstij rr.nnrAiiv. KO, r S1,IO')'S V'.'T, rc"lre<l "P UH MONIUV, ICth I fljruary, for lh« f«!Io«lnj: Tas*t 7S Fovt—HANDICAP HfUDI.K HACK. Aboot Tn ili>i cn-1 T'.verity Varti», LjWSovi-NKWllAilKKT TIIIAT, STAKtS. F.ierW 1 Oil. :|h.; m-n., UL "lit; 4rra S'1, lU>-» uptmrd<, ail (.III, Uwl HO hort.-I'lnST, RKCOND, will THIRD DIVISION 1IANDI0A11. . A (llrldl'l handicap ranitltlUln? thrst r.-."U P,l Mjimj Mntimu . rim DMitri llincUwp, l\;;» inrloniiii P»eond ru4 Ihlnl Slvlilon Hfcndlc&iu, vani tlx furlongs. Hi MUta*. 2/6 Weekly Does It! K*pd your catb in Tour pocket. The easiest way to jet a failiicmable jjult Ji to par 2*. Cd. weekly, CajntU'* can keep you in the fa«hlon with lovdvp durable fabrics on (his convenient SACSUITS TO ORDER FROM 50/ 10s. DEPOSIT. Si. Cd. WEEKLY. Our cutt<?r« are supreme in their art, and th« 111 and fabrics faultless throogboat CASS ELL'S "THE CREDIT TAIL...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CAULFIELD. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

CAULFIELD. MONDAY. Tracks m capital condition. Weather fine, and on the warm side. Kent. Lock was not al! out over six fur longs in 1,25. Ku.psburch spurted a couple of fnrloncs in 26J. Brattle and GJadwvn rattled ofT half a mile in 51*. Flam^n was responsible for six furlonps in 1.23. Eltham hit out for fire furlongs in 1.61. Honoriua ran six furlongs in 1.22. Penza was well-hi front of Oweenee at the conclusion of seven ! furlongs in 1.35. Wassail strode orer * milo in 1.56. Bridge covered the same journey in 1.59. Musket Belle and Hirer Prince were pulling up a; the conclusion of six furlongs i in 1«23. Commonwealth wa» responsible for ; a mile in. 1.52}. I Recaller w*s going leisurely for five fur longs in 1.10. Ayr Boy ilasbed off three fur longs in 59. Culrcs* spurted two furlongs in 26. St. Vano was going better than Carnell at the termination of half a mile in 511. Captain Oates spurted three furlongs in 40. t Belov* strodo over seven furlongs in even time. Kostroma hit out ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

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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 — 14 February 1914

On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. It was quite chilly this morning, when 1 there was a sprinkling of spectators to watch the work, which proved of an interesting nature. The big sand, upon which a ma jority of the horses went, and the tan were still on the heavy side, but the ouwido of the course proper was fast going, | Monodia (J. Higgins) set the ball rolling by slipping over half a mile in S2£—a pretty smart performance, as she was wide oat. Tndanga and Hieraetus ran five furlongs on the tan in 1.", and' their stablematc, the 2-year-old Lvucop3 also hit out for a bit. Prizefighter went strongly over a distance on tbo outside of the course proper. Lord Walla iKillorn) put up 1.22J for.o tan six furlongs. Wuigiewa (Cody) went the same distance, and aid the last five furlongs in l.?i. Audacity (Lewis) was going better than Mint Sauce, who does not go with the vim she did in the spring, and. did the last fln> I furlongs of their work in 1.11. | Bay Malt and Maharajah ran five f...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VATICINATIONS. Caulfield (Saturday). Warrein Hurdle. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

VATICINATIONS. Caulfield (Saturday). Warrein Hurdle. TVIDDEX 1 THE MAJESTIC NUT 2 WLVCtAIURA 3 Federal Stakes. ANDESINE 1 NEWBERRY 2 KIRTI.E 3 Bond Cup. ATOHA 1 ULADWYN 2 EFFERVESCENCE 3 OAKLEIGH PLATE. I'OPIX.TAY 1 TI'.Ayl'jlTTE 2 YARltlHN 3 St. George Stakes MOUNTAIN PRINCESS 1 ANIIEI.OSIA 2 CAGOU 3 Salisbury Welter. C O O I. A G U N Y AII 1 CANAQUE 2 OWEENEF. 3

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