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JOHN 'HAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

JOHN 'HAMER. Jolm Rchlonliaraer here you sec— For short they cull him "Humer,1' And all the little ballot ffirln, They thiuk him quite a charmer. He.runs the Breniian-Fuller biz, He's Puller's brere-in-law, And when they give him all star lines Well, he's the box to score*

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY MELBOURNE. Concerning Burke and Wills—A Royal Commission of Investigation—Praise and Blame—A Summing Up—Conclusion of the Recital. 227. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

EARLY MELBOURNE. Concerning Burke and Wills—A Royal Commission of Investigation— Praise and Blame—A Sum ming Up—Conclusion of tb« Becital. (Bj "Old Chum.") 227. (All Beserrcd.) Vor a quarter of a century the Burke mul Wills £tatttc stood on the top of the bill in CoUiu.^sarcvt, s\t the. intersection of llu>seU «U-ect, but. tho needs of the tramway por tico and the commercial instict. overwhelm' ed tIto sentiment att-aehing to tho story of tlio vxplorwrs, ait<3 the historic mass of granite and brome -was removed to a more extended sp»ce, and, possibly," a better siU.\ It was carried to the opeu ground- in Spring street, at tip lop of Lonsdale-*treet. This ."pare is bounded on the north by what was known in my jvung duy=» n? tho Model School, but to divv as the t ontinuatkm i>chool. Tho building was erected in 1&54, io aceotqmodate. the ilo&fii of C\joiini.*!«o»?n« <>f National JCduration. Sir Jartes Psuiner vw the pre-Olent, nr chairman,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

DRUMKiSp-sTFJESS CEJR.1S1D. A Peaceful Home Relieved o£ a Curjc ccre arid for-ill titr:* by EUCRASY, |fr*. S. V. Dearfllr,—"Oh, bow I Hta that mj hutbtad \ give it secretly Costs Nothing to Tij - mty b* girea ; COUPON. On rwrelpt of thi# Co;i|»'ii :u>'l thr jtoitape w»» v.-IJI :» ani ihtJUsaL.li of w>tun->ni.»l l^c^r trial package Name AtMrw Address—The Eucrasy Co., I 62 Hunter St., Sydney. BXABLISHED E, H. NORTON. 1896 Miaipz« J <$£§^1 0 (j-oud 'juure Ucu, amywrt jmM H

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WAYWARD WIFE WALLOPED. Ford's Fury. A Bang on the "Boko." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

WAYWARD WIFE WALLOPED. Ford's Fury. A Bang on the "Boko." The ?c-qu»! Co a quarr-1 Letwe'-u a ymmi: /uau aam-d Lnic.-t Foul, <>t 251 Loii^lalr :»vrer*t, and h*K v>ii'\ Ford, ^«as told iu ih- Port M.'ioouri:.. i'oln,- Court, on Mon day, bMoif MVw and T«str... .U.l\ _\«< the refill of j police pruS'-rdliun, Fori was brought Im-ioh* the Court \o aiiswpr a <-barge of havjutr. on the Kf iu'd., urdaw Juliy assaulted hi* wite. *!io did not appear, nnd wlio, it was suited by Mr. L' vy, coun?t*l ior the defendant, hud no int-miou of giving ♦•vid'Mif? airainsi li'-r hu-band. In fact, it iipp-.arod from Mi. appeal on behalf of bis rli'»ni that tin- pair >v<r-- now living together as happily <u two turtle dor^s, de Kjdto tho fact that on February 1, as the result of a sudden fit of temper, JIK HANGED llKJi on the "l-olio," and btouyht blood. The evidence for the priw-cution, which, in alii main particular;, was not, denied by defen...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

DRUQLESS CURES. THE YEEDEE VIBRATOR BfoSSTAWTLY STOPS PAIN. "The Vctdii. uutamly stops pain.'' That r uay sound lik- a r.ttluT ^t^pin^ slata uciit. lr.it tli- r! Ihf Vcidee amply iiM.fics it. At the hij; 11»«;* I i n ^ iVmonstrn- 1 .i •:> by tli>- f Specialists at tb>» \i|al! on 1-m October about twenty :'.uit-n:s t.ii;- n tium the audience wore .vuk'd. umi on- nit.I all declared that "the Jain v.-us t:otv.\" Nmv. it i» true that to the uian ur woman w!m U *u;7(. i in? from the a do.un other painiu! ininplaims the re movin:; of the pain «»-nu ih-> <ice thin? in ih-» w>rld %i b" utc^t dr*ir>\l. and if th«> Veed^e did nr. mo:- ibtiti that it would 1m a boon lo mnnv ?ufi>r'Ts. Hut it is not ui'Ti'ly by stopping the pain that th" AYed'-'o 1:h; won ii> reputation ami cainnd the tnppi.tr- ci' thousand* ■_,{ medical men Removes Cause of Pain. The V.:eur,. iro-■* deeper, it to th^ cause of the pain, and remove* it. rain, 4 ail. i? but o svmptom. a &...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BLACK LABOR. SUGAR GROWERS' BILL PROMOTES PIEBALD PRACTICES. CHINESE CONTEMPT FOR THE CODE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

BLACK LABOR. SUGAR GROWERS' BILL PROMOTES PIEBALD PRACTICES. CHINESE CONTEMPT FOR THE CODE. (From Brisbane "Truth.") When the State Government took over , the full control of the sugar industry* I last session, they made many «mug pro* mises that the White Australia prin ciple would be preserved inviolate. S<j '•determined*'were the Tories in their ad. hesion to their former br-te noire, that they declined to enforce an amendment empowering the general public to pro secute violators of the law. Their At torney-General (Tom O'SuUivanj, said they, would be the man m the hour and the moment to institute nil prosecu tions, and shed his blood in defence of ■ White Australia. But Tom O'Sullivan ! is away somewhere, and White Austrn | lia is being covered with yellow and I brindle spots as fast as the sugar plant : ers can secure them, snapping their I paws at the law meanwhile. When ' ease* tome before our brindle-loving 1 magistrates, i PREFERENCE TO CHINESE AND MONGRELS | i* ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE WORRIED WESTERNS. Wife Drinks; Husband Gambles-Claim for Maintenance. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

THE WORRIED WESTERNS. Wife Drinks; Husband Gambles Claim for Maintenance. At the Port Melbourne Poller Court on Monday, before M^sr*. Pa?" ami Twtro, ' Js.P, a young 7.-<">:n;in named Kl'zabcth \Ws- ; tern, who minted {hut '.rap in a delicate state of health. and that she "rod at No. 3 Lyron-place, I'nrt MylMtime, nude a tear ful appeal to the l>n;ii to make an order i against her husband, Joseph Western, to sup- | port her. "He won't work," she declared, j '"and for mouths bo has given me nothing | but 15*." I "Is that a'l," asked Western, who was \ represented by Mr. D. C. Lory. j Witness: Well, you cave me 10?. towards i the purchase of a dres?. You earned £7 j Ia3t wool:. Mr. Levy: Tour'huiband says you drink, i nnd n^plect your home. ! I nerer refloat my home, but I a£mit ! that I t31:c a dr'n1: occasionally. Will you turn crer A NEW T.F.AF. £iro up bad ccmpnirors aud other men, and go home with your husband? ] Mrs. Wcurru turned n supercilious indlj- ' nant ey...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MAY BURTON'S MISFORTUNE. MISTOOK A CONSTABLE FOR ORDINARY GENT. Sentenced to a Sixer. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

MAY BURTON'S MISFORTUHE. MISTOOK A CONSTABLE FOR ORDINARY GENT. Sentenced to a Sixer. At. the Fitrroy Court on Monday, May Burtou, alias Virnon and other names, re newed ht-r acquaintance with the various* officials, the ch.r^cs prderrf-d against her sh.s time boi»2 that of It-tin? insufficient means of support, as well as that of having been drunk and disorderly. Constable Uinkley, who shot May in on Saturday morn ng at half-past ten o'clock, when he found her and some of her casual male acquaintance suffering froru the ef* fects 01 too much running th* rabbit, stated that the woman was or.<> of the pests of Vietoria-pirade. ILs ofac.'a! acquaintance with May had er.ten<vl over a period of throo cr four months, during which time she was generally to be frur.d BATTLING HOUND THE TtESERYES cn the parade in a half drunken condition. When she was not in that locabty. she was ; penerallv in gno!. ! Mr. ,V. McMahon. .IT. (chairman: Trom j your personal observatio...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
GIRLS STRIPPED NAKED AND WHIPPED. A LEARNED PERVERT Gets Twelve Months' Hard and Deportation. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

I GIRLS STRIPPED NAKED l AND WHIPPED. A LEARNED PEE VERT &ets Twelve Months' Hard and Deportation. "Truth's" London Correspondent.) I "Ii these practicca are permissible iu Kusaia, they are not permitted hero," said Mr. Allan Lawrie fit the London Sessions on Thursday, iu sen tencing Joseph Marcus Copelvitfc Jo sophson, 57, merchant, to 12 months' hard labor, with a recommendation for subsequent deportation. Josephsnn, who id a Polish Jew, at first pleaded not guilty to charge* of having improperly assaulted two young girls, named Violet Alice Sharp and Klsie Norman, but on the advice of his counsel, he withdrew hi* pleas, and i pleaded guilty to having committed j common assaults on Alice Sharp. Mr. Curtus Bennett, prosecuting, ex- I plained that Josephson had carried ou businea as a builder and decorator lit Lower Mursh, Lambeth, and took cer* thin apprentice?. In July, li'12, the father of Sharp wrote with reference , to the employment of his daughter. In ; reply, Jo.^eph...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

"A High Flier" LISTEN, you fellojvs! Joe Taylor's big offer of EXTRA TROUSERS FREE is "way up" above anything ever oftered in this city. Knocks all other propositions ''skj'-hicrh." Why—'-r-1 Because it's ihe very pinnacle of Clothes value. It's a never-bettered Suit-buying opportunity that you musn't miss. Here's the offer :— JOE TAYLOR SUITS TO MEASURE 50/- 63/- 70/ WITH EXTRA TROUSERS FREE Now, why do you suppose Joe Taylor can make this big offer ? Listen to these two reasons :— (1) He buys direct from the mills, in huge quantities, pays spot cash—securing lowest prices and full cash discounts—saving all wholesalers' profits and agents' commissions. (2) He sells for cash only—has no heavy book-keeping expenses and no bad debts to chargo to his customers. He gives you the Extra Trousers FREE for helping him keep his staff going all the • year round. This offer ends next Saturday, shaps. l)on't miss the bus. Come m for pat terns right away. Joe Taylor employs no "hawkers," travell...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
COBBLER RAYMOND IN COURT. SUED FOR THE SUPPORT OF WARD OF STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

COBBLER RAYMOND IN COURT. SUED FOR THE SUPPORT OF WARD OF STAVE. Some people seem to strike a tump of luck , occasionally when thoy happen to hump up 1 against a bnncii oi pisfitra who urc >" a 1 aympathetic frame o{ mind. wan the case when Hf-nry J!. Raymond put in an : appearance at the Co)l»i>i;woo<"i Court on TusfcHay, before Messrs. A, Collins {chair nmn), and E. Krauti, Js.P.. to show cause vhy be should not contribute townida the nupport ot lis roil, Nicholas Kaymond, now a ward of (lie State. When put throi Viis facing by Ser geant Taylor, Raymond, on oath, said that be was a bookmaker the minimum wage in that trade being £2 14s. a week. That, wa* the amount paid to those who were WOHKlNO FULL TIME. j What with broken l iu? and holidays, ho thought that lie made something lileo 30*. or 40s. a week on an avcraro for the pant twelve month*. Chairman t.ollin?: JIaTe yon not anyone' els? t« support in a-.Ultion to the boy? Witness: 'Jhvrf* h a wife and threr>...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

TO COUNTRY NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORS. THREE MONOLINES FOR SALE. "TrutV ofl'en throo MONOLINKS at £50 eai)b. A snap for a country news paper oUic*. For furthor particulars writ© to JOHN NORTON, New 7-^1 <»Tid ''Truth," Wellington, • It 13 said that some of the bookinako.-n operating at CaulQeld last Saturday wpre victimised by meaus of JorRfc«i twlvts. Th« one- highly thought of U.tihkealf Mul tiform—IrbJi Corner). ridden by "Hricky" Br.^nnun, was succ.^sful in the principal HTeut, t-h<* Valentine Handicap, one mil* and a quarter, at IMeoa Vale nV.A.) la,t Satur day. Nomis, who is by ilullawarra's sire Sit .Simon, paid th*? Cue dividend o; £32 5s. tor 10*. when be won the Sccond*CIaas Plat.? at this meeting. FROOTOSDS Cure Headache, Indigestion, Constipa tion, and Biliousness. They are elegant in appearance and pleasant to take; they are immensely more valuable than un ordinary aperient; they remove from the blood, tissues. and internal organs, waste poisonous matte...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BETTEEMENT OF THE RACE. Dr. O'Hara Endorses Resolutions. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

E3TTEF.MENT OP TEE EACE. Dr. O'Hara Endorses Resolutions, ! "I; I had boon a member of that earner- j ence," declared Drr O'liara, 'I would have said 'Aye' to ltctj on* of thc3e rc-soiutions, j la th? course of a largo cit~ practice, hardly a day pn?sea without n fresh csr-o of vene real tiis as.-o.-one shewing traccs cf past vsne roal disease, cr.d I therefore endorse every part e: the re?olution. I think it 7017 crcdit nblo of those DLC-ple to take th? matter so thoroughly in hasd, and if thoy ran carrv out their ambition it will diminish the spread of the uisi-asc, and in that vrav contribute to bsncrmmt of (he rac?. You don't, mean ttquMu*: 'hare enough manVncs, and'rom Eiouser.se to support and trr to out, into effect «cb proposals ttore they brought for ward here?"'

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOM SILVERTON IN TROUBLE AGAIN. Ruth Blake and "One Who Had Gone Astray." Bert Bailey Brings Him Back to Melbourne, After a Chase of Seventeen Thousand Miles. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

TOM SILVERTON IN TROUBLE AGAIN. Ruth Blake and "One Who Had Gone Astray." Bert . Bailey Urines Him Back to Melbourne, After a Chase of Seventeen Thousand Miles. Tom fcilvcswu, tb<? uutorious bouier *«d jcuticiuaniy g«nk who "g^ts in wroug at iho slightest opporumit v, is m trouble again* Tin# time Uie cas'i is serious, and demand* immediuto public attention. it appears that Siivorlou has heeu away in the country on ono oC bis periodical jags, when tho fc'«rl Kuth Blake, daughv^^tym^ Btak<\ ol Bnrouia, pot WlV* ,,w usual resiUuivS^VicWan^ifm^* *rl1" meaning 11U0 ltuthi<*ipAniflg»nc that wiih/jf**ave of Jh-'ir 1iW>v>°m\ baud* «iorco(i^^d.WK*WM^^-» Tom ! •Siberian ^*^llfHlai ^^""t"'1 "P \ that wiil» u shady covelike Mark B'-.ernige, i tho piecious director ot* the Wattle >al<» Marble Quarry, the odds ate all against sue- [ «•■««. Still, worn,.11 ar.> Ill" vnrv u.-.vil whro they make up th^ir mind-* to do a thine. > and James Bl...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

STANDARD 1 handmade ( a.NNUaLLY. CIGARETTES. Slave you Settled That Suit Question Yet, Sir? all thai dcsTod in the of :m up-to-tl.itn Suit from the latest ?s ar;J design;* in Suitings, and you pock'-t Iht' (lifTcrrnce between mr and what tiie other tailor would r OK i AIL =. <>&/" ?SfcE SAC SUIT TO MEASURE pkice rnOM THE PICK OF THE STOCK. r;to for Patterns, Tape, and S.1T. Fona at oaco. W. II BRUCE ISO Bourke Street, UELBOUUNE. THE •' SAVOY. Nos. 30-4-306 LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Next Royal Arcade). 55 MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE. • COWPLF.TELY REMODELLED. LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED. CUISINE UNPARALLELED aDICS* BANQUET hooii (i«v.in; LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, SUPPERS. TABLE D'HOTE CATERING A SPECIALITY. R. L. HOSSEN LOFF, Proprietor. THE CLARK-RAZZILLIANS, In their Thrilling Triple Aerial Act and Web Descent. TOE BROOKLYNS, COMEDY ACROBATS. A Scream from Start to Finish. CEVALL1, AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST J.UGGLER Luna Park Solitary Band. Conductor, Mr. G. Arnold, late of the King...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PARSON'S WIFE GOES PONY PUNTING. Spots a Winner and Wants a Wager. ENTRUSTS HER COIN TO A FORGETFUL FRIEND, And Invokes the Criminal Law—Racecourse Experiences Related in Court. Lady's Alleged Victimiser Acquitted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

PARSON'S WIFE C0E8 PONY PUNTING. Spots a Winner and Wants a Wager. ENTRUSTS HER COIN TO A_FORGETFUL FRIEND, And Invokes the Criminal Law—Racecourse Experiences Related in Court. Lady's Alleged Victimiser Acquitted. j Tbe experience which bef^l a pur i son !s wife who bad pony a-puotin^ at a Richmond pony meeting was related by her at tbe Court of General S.-h aions on Monday, when a young pastrv cook named Leslie Williama v.-as arraigned before bis lionor Judgo I Eaglcaon on a charge of larceny as an . agent. Tbe lady In question was Airs. Mary McLaren, wife of a I'rebbyteriaa oler MRS. lie LA P. EN". £5"man who conducts what is known as the South Richmond Mission. Accord ing to the evidence which sho gave when the case was before the magis trates in the Richmond Court a few weeks ago the mission, whatever it may yield i IX A SPIRITUAL SENSE, | is, financially, a frost, and brings in : sufficient grist to the mill to supply tho j material \vant3 of its reverend eonduc j tor and the ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHARGE AGAINST A CONSTABLE. PALLS FOUL OF A DEBT COLLEOTOR. Who Summons Him for Obscene Language. But is Outed by the Richmond Magistrates. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

CHARGE AGAINST A CONSTABLE. PALLS FOUL OF A DEBT COLLEOTOB. Who Samnions mm for Obsceno Language. Bat is Oated by th« Eldunond Magistrates. i Tho serious chargo of having uiied obscene language w.tniu uie hcar.ng ot persona pas ting in a public place. w;m preferred aga iiKf, Constable John Murmo in tho liicbmond Louri, oh Swune.viay, by a ueht cone-ior imnivd Frederick Altiandfy Steele of 7 <irf»eawood'ftr*<a, Abbouford, and •*■&& promptly dismissi-d hv tlx.; presiding magis tral^, Musr.-s. Herman and .Stead, Js.i'., who fDiph^ised the.r db/ipprova) of the proceedings by ordering Steele to pay £1 Is. costs to tb* ronsuibU-. Steele':; rase was that, on tbo 6tU m»U j he tailed ;it Constable Marmo's hou*e to col | I'.'Ct the balance of a debt, and that Marmo j ranie to him at tbe front door and demand ed to know what the —— bo was talking about, and who the —— bo wa«. When ho informed the constable of his mission, Mar ino abused h;m, told h.m to «o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE WAYWARD WAY. DESERTS WIFE AND BAIRNS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

THE WAYWARD WAY. DZSEBTS WIPE AND BAIENS. A touiis woman namt'.l Rlaucbe War :ijv plied on Wednesday 10 the So-.itb Melbourne lifiich (Messrs. Bara^wauath and Ju.vJ, Js.I'.), an onl«ir a^am^i b<»r husband. William Thomas Way .a n^d'-nt 01* Hov.<% crescent, South Melbourne!, tor the teniae* of hcrs»»lf :m<i her two childr«Ti. agod two years and one year rcsix-ctivl^. Mr*. Way siatrj ih;u h,-r husband Wl her 14 months a^o, and ain^c tint tinj- h:;-j tiven her Tory little n:cnoy. For sudoral weok* b« ua»e her a few shilling; c^bt months a^'u &he r<fcpivod 3'js. from bun. and since then he had jpven her about 30s. He was working evory day oil the wharf, and earned money, but he newr went nwir his children. Mr. Bara^wanaih said such in on a* W.iv should be made to s:i up and an ord»»r fo> 7s. 6d. a week for each child, und 10». fur his wife was made arain^t him. The climate of Australia rnty be all Tpry well in its way, but the plain...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A LESSON TO LABOR. What the S'African Strike Should Teach. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

A LESSON TO LABOR. What the S'African Strike Should Teach. Tlio situation in South Africa is now one of oiilm but stern, satisfaction on the purt ot tho Jioor, whilo the hngjish epouking "Uutlauuer*," or interlopers as ho cousidors them to bo, arc bgntiu a deadly Quel on tho edge ol a piecii 'X'lio Uoer did uot ask tne cosrnoi></ capitalist uud his dissatistied W(J to invade tlio Hand: tuuy did it o£« own ucoord. 'L hey proceeded to ci tht» unnes against tho wishes, to a la^! extent ot tho ljoer; and, later, tliuy* mado war uj>on tho Boer and his wilo and children. This, at least, is tlio vioiv that th<> iioor takes of tilings. He re gards with contempt tlio "OuUiimh-js'" proies-sions oi patriotism; in hi* op.mon, they sock only lor pell. 'Ihey aro both " robbers and murderers, ho thinks; and ! now his owu tune has come, or is com- j in«. ito can alford to wait. 'fho capi- { talist and the wage-earner will end, ho i thinks, in mortally wounding each j ...

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