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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

the hundreds of congratulations I havo received for placing a high-grade ma chine on the market at such a low figure. And now for one month onlv I will soil £14 DROP-HEAD MACHINES For £6 15s. £12 MACHINES For £4 15s. . £10 10s. MACHINES For £3 17s. 6d. £S HAND MACHINES For £3 15s. . £6 10s. HAND ftlACHINES For £2 17s. 6d. Xcedles for every make of sewing machine, Gd. dozen. Oil, largest bottle, .'Id.; Belts, Gd.; Bobbins, Id. each. And I will give £1,000 to the chari ties of Australia if any sewing machine | sold in Australia costs more to produce 1 than the Veritas. Write or Call. Terms arranged. MALONEY, 21 Centreway Arcade, off Collins,street. 2S2 Ohapel-street, opposite Big Store, < Pratoan. 2S Arcade, Adelaide, off Bundle-street

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WAS HE PERSECUTED? DR. LEGER ERSON COMPLAINS TO "TRUTH." And Alleges That "Influences" Were At Work. Why Should Accused Persons, Proved To he Innocent, be Mulct in Costs. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

i WAS HE PERSECUTED? j DIL LEGES EHSOrC COMPLAINS TO I "TRUTH." And Alleges That "Influences" Were At Work. Why Should Accused Persons, Proved i . To he Innocent, ho Mulct in Costs. Dr. T.eger Er.ion, who is r.ot a mem ber of the Medical Union, alleges that he has been persecuted rather than pro ; secutcd by the Crown in connection with a case at Footscray some years ago, and a? regards the indictment of : fraud alleged against him anent baby bonus irregularities quite recently. He has penned a letter to tlTruth." giv ing his version, which we publish be cause we believe in giving everyone, a fair deal and allowing freedom of *x pression of opinion. The doctor's let* . tcr is as under:— | Sir,—Now that the latest of the ! many trials which I have had to un dergo has ended in like manner, to the former ones, m my acquittal, mar I be permitted as a free citizen in a { 'free country to demand the reasons, j the why and the wherefore of-the I proceedings of which 1 have been for , some ...

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

THIS NEAT VILLA, | Built by v.? Kith MILLER'S PATENT WEATHERED IRON, ONLY £300. Wo nUo liuild to voar Order COTTAGE*. VILLAS, Any Size or 11' •1, Kra-k ur Wood, j NlCoCiVll LLER & Co. 125 SWANSTON ST. THE SILVER-TONED ^IST,TWIfiNo-715 iteiiW m— * 18/. For Accompaniment. Sola Work, etc., tbi* mocioi >tands alone. Ebonised and polished cav, 10 keys, - ha<55*?>. - of rood';, 2 active ctop-., ninefold tripio b$l Iowj. SOLD 1-.VI.UVWHr.RT-. ONLY ONE MAN TO PAY.! Have ycu niai' u;> for U;; time yet? j Don't you find that now everyone is ! baik at- work, \o;i si ill hav* a :>w j debts worry'115 your Would it not lie bettor for yo:t to pay these wnall I debts, and only one man to pay ' a few shillings each week? [ MY ASSISTANCE WILL HELP | VOU To do this. K^mcmb.-r, it is my business. I have helped hundreds of others, and 1 will b»?lp you. Ladies can be assured of pvery considera tion, courtesy, attention, and a friend in need. A GUARANTEE OF PRIVACY. Tb:o is ...

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)
CHRIST Second Series: No. VII. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

CHRIST Second Series : INo. VII. The process of uisinvolving the personality of Jesus from the net work oi post-apostolic fable, and or disentangling His teachings j trom the parasitical growths and | Perversions of both pagan and I Christian times, is at once a pain ■ tul and pleasing one to the pious i admirer of the supreme Paraclete. : lo contradict, and challenge j opinions strongly held, and often I reverently held, concerning the ! ate and character of Jesus—bv i millions of Christians of a thous j and contending sects during a J thousand _ years—ar first sight seems so impiously presumptuous as to merit the malediction of man ■ and the reprobation of Heaven. ] Vet to know Jesus as lie was, lo J understand what it was that'lie i taught, is to divine His real divin : 't.v> and to glorify Ilis name. To j pierce the pall of pagan myth, I ana draw aside the cloak of Chris I tian miracle, which have so long j concealed "Lux Mundi'*' from a bewildered and benighted world, is not...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (IN ADVANCE ONLY): PER ANNUM, 12s.: HALF-YEARLY, 6s.; QUARTERLY, 8s. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (in Advajsoe Ojjlt): PER ANNUM, 12a.: HALF-YEARLY, 63.; QUARTERLY, 3s. Jlert shall th« Pre-s the People richt maintain, Unawert br inrtucnrr.andanuribeil br irain. IJere P*triot Tttmi her'clonouj precepu d«*» Pledged 10 Frfcienuty, Uberw !*f\U La*. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1914.

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

MEWTIPLAY and 'SON HERBALISTS. Established 1876. I We Cure the following Diseases Hydatids 1 Bright's Disease Liver and Blood Diseases | Marasmus. ROTANIC LOTION, for VAlilCOSK VEINS. HAD I,K(i.-> CURED. Itll.D OPKRATIVE PILLS. : f:OOi!l I1KMEDY. ' KYK LOTION, for Cmrati. IHjTASIC RE1LKDY, for Inward Bleeding IlINflVVOltM. i J'.ioa. WORM SVISUP, which Carer, Thread md PILES PILLS. PILE OINTMENT. Tape Worm, etc. I UA1P. RESTORER; which U Mo»L Beli' NERVE TONIC, for Weiiknew, eta. nl>!c. i TONIC PILLS, for Weakness. I AJw> Others Too Nurucroua to Mention. | lettkks daily coxgiiatulatin(; us on* the cmiKS wb havb effected. I HYDATIDS UN THE LIVEIi. 1 To W, MENTIPLAY mid SON, 163 LourUe-atreet, Melbourne. ! "I inn very pleased to acknowledge vr.th great gratitude the wonderful cure you | 'ffectod ou my wife after fourteen yea.n' illness. ^hc bud be»-n under treatment, by ' .six doctors, who cawe to tljf conclusion that she had a tumour, and had decided to | operate on ner, hut,...

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

"I COULD NOT DO MY HOUSE WORK." "Backache & Kidney Troubles cansct' a cruel pain, which would make me fall iiclpicss to ihe grouud." "'I suilored irow iS.-wkacin: > aud Kidney Trouble for f.T o v>-:»r=. and a in< ast cruel pain in the side," Mr.-. V. Ali'dealfe, 8j ♦'*hapid-sLre»M, Vic. "Tho patii. would COU!0 ?. j suddenly thar I would fall hriplo?5' to ib> ■ i;rou:;u. aud it tcois rnc miiiUtci to i up a-rui.. I re ally eolild UOt do my Uqusl'v. or*. L trlc-d all kinda of fw* called roiaeuit but th'.-y only "av« niii re. lit':" fur r. tew uunut.es, tL^u tiic pain would rcni<» Jiiruin;' back :u'.uu ri£;it, across lh> ktuuv.y?. ju>t like a Utnf'.*. A lady vtaa aptaV in^ o: lit. Sbi:ldou'*> (Jiji Pill-, and I rot a bottlu to sec* what they could do for uie. 1 cou!inr>ucc<l uikim; tbruj. arc! tli"y cured me. and I havo a-'v-:r had a piiu since. I vol', always we that. I havo a botLlo on hand, t'or they ar<* wor-d'...

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

Harry Stone has returned to America, but I promises to riait. Australia aga.n within 12 ; > UlQUthJv > \ Arthur Everuden, the English boxer, tol- : I lowing tho csaniple of several otiitrj, has dt- ' i cided to remain in. Australia. i Ro"o Drtscoll is now all r^bt a^aiti, and \ there is talk of bringing him and 1-runkie j | ElJii together. This would bo as cioTcr a ; boxing exhibition as cue could wish vo free, j ' Alf Goodwin's protege, Syd Moss. created ! ! a farorahle impression in the preliminary at 1 i the Stadium last Saturday ni.-ht, and he j has undoubtedly a promising future. I The return match between Ray Erouson | and Tom MrCormick will be decided a: Syd- ; n«j next Satu day night. Judging by the war Tom fii^d up Johnny Summers, it will ; bavd to be a t&tj different Bro:j«*>c to the ; ooa wo taw here to make it much of a fight. •* * * The 8.8 £51) tourney will bo continued at , thf» M.A.F. ou Monday night, the following . being the draw "Young" Pearsc v. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ELLIS MAKES GOOD. New Zealander a Fast, Clever Boxer. Just Too Good for Taylor. Repetition of Williams-McCoy Match. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

ELLIS AUKtiS UUOD. New Zealander a Fast, Clever Boxer. Just Too GuckI for Tavlor. j Repetition of Wiliiams-McCoy Match. Saturday night'.; contest at Duril-'y-strcefc Stadium was m many ways an exact replica of its imuieuiate pr^ue cehaor. In each case, a Local favorite, ou v»h( >m the bvitiiig ranged from 3 to 5 to 1, wus up against a practic auv unknown quani.ty , who was ciak.ng his first, appearance in Australia, and on both occasions the newcomc t proved himself un cspectedly skiifui and < L'iustvo withal, so that at the end of tin jour ney Referee Fullalov. declared iu his favo/ Thus it was tiia.tr Fruuk Ellis, U^k K>v s's New Zealand find. won over fieorge Tayw ar, regarded by many a3 the coming teatherwe-ight champion of tie Commonwealth. Tayior, who bud Jack Murray and others bonintj him, created »orao amusement by appearing iu a Uaaji'.-i in place of sweater or bath-robe, and b.3 weight was duly an* nouneed a* 3.3. Ellis, with Jack Kennedy a.t h:s principal...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE FORGIVING WIFE AGAIN STRIKING INSTANCE AT NORTHCOTE. Wife Alleged to Have Been Dragged By Hair Through the Yard; And Also Threatened with Razor. Drunken Husband's Violence. Kicks Constable in Pace. Absurd Penalty. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

THE FORGIVING WIFE AGAIN STBiKma instance at nobth oote. Wif# Alleged to Have Been Dragged By Hair Through the Yard; And Also Threatened with Baior. Drunken Husband's Violence. Kidu Constable In Toe*. Absurd Penalty, Anol«bor of Ihoso Instance* in which "the forgi..ng wife" in the prominent figure, was recorded iu b ooito heard before Messrs. lliycs, Johnson, Redmond and Brown, Ji.I'., at Northcota on Monday. Tho (utility of law in theso ease* is much to be deplored. Many a long suffering wife—probably ia name only, boctuso an ordinarily decent man would not treat his dog in tho manner in which sorao of tbeao degrade-d, brutal beasts behave towards ihc women tbey have sworn to love and chcr.sb— alter having been beaten almost to a puip by a bulJung loafer, baa been pcrauaue<t to withdraw tho charge, whjcii pIjo has lodged, upon him promising to reiorni. It is geuorai.y ih.j typo of de graded manhood wbnh marry soti-heartod, tvutln women who ar© cusiiy tatted over, ami afl...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A SEXUAL LUNATIC. BENT TO SUNBURY. Beere's Delusional Insanity. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

A SEXUAL LUNATIC. BENT TO SUNBTOY. Beere's Delusional IaBanltjr. Hubert George Beerc, who was one© a well known character in Molbourao, and who re cently posctl in C&sUcmaino under the natno of Eobert George as a teacher of music and elocution, was brought beforo the Ca*tlo maln® Police Court on Friday of last week, on a. charge Lunacy. Beerft, it will be re membered, gained considerable notoriety during the visit of the Auicrican Fleet, by fiJHng somo official post in connection with th^ celebrations, and carrying on in an r* Uaordinary way during the pro<vy?din?s. He oppearwl lo bp very tiush or cash at the Ume, and Bubbcquetitly got into trouble. Tho Alorj of becre's later misfortunes, as told before Messis. Bsr'">w, P.M., W. F. Ncwham and Jjr. WoolleJ. Jfl.i'., at the CMtlemaine Court on the 13th unit., show ed him in the character of A SKXUAL LUNATIC. Tho infortn&untt a?air.st him vaa laid by b.a wild, iloltuti i>ti>.'re, who dc.'«iir&amp...

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

THE CAUSE OF RHEUMATISM. ' Rhemnafc:tm is caused by the retention of ! uric acid in the ajitem, owiDg to the action j of tbe kidneys being defective. The follow- j ing letters will be interesting to sufleren 1 from rheumatism :— ! From Miss H Ida Brown, 28 Great Bucking- i ham-street, Rcdfern, Sydney, N.S.W. I "When I was in Hobart I was taken ill, j and got so bad that I went to a hospital, j and after staying about three mouths I re- ! turned to Victoria hardly any better than ! when I first went into tho hospitaJ. The > origin of my trouble* was a chill, caught j after taking n hot balh, witb the result that , 1 could hardly move; tbe pains in my back | and liinbs wore so excruc ating I seemed to ; get no relief from my treatment. When I ; arrived iu Victoria 1 was met by my sa:er, ! aud was induced by her to try Warner's Safe i Cure. After taking four bottles I felt snme ' relief, and, by the time 1 bad taken six more, ' I was quite well again. From tho ymo of ! lear ng tbe h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TURF V.A.T.C. MEETING. Programme of Events. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

V.A.T.D.JIEETIIJG. Programniu of Events. The follorin? is tit* projmrame oF eT?n*s to bo decade at CaulSeld this (Saturday) afternoon : — ST. CLAIR TllIAL. S x F land's Rr.por Lady ... S 11 Gcldtn Goblet 7 0 Br*w Qiiccn ... s 11 7 0 Oneja ... 8 7 Arrbi,J — TT. ... 7 0 W thful ... S 4 P tisbur? 7 0 Htratbnarer ... 4 Kent Loch 7 0 Elth m ... ... 8 4 LisM tir'-oon G 11 Fouldcn ... Av* Av" Sir ... 6 11 "Udi cht ... ." ii (i -Men Rock ... C 11 Er»rl'- F otver ... 7 n Pc:r.i:!tfty ... G 11 Kurrakai ... C 11 Flora Pcrt~"il e 11 Wrne'h Hob '.-rr 6 11 Posadena ... Li .W?:ide ... G U Amnesiia ... .'!! 4 M"rs P.n C 11 Cu.ross ... 4 ,\i::aia 6 11 Allans/ord ... ... 0 Prints* Hnzel 6 11 X/iquatiot) ... ... i"1 ALMA STAKES. Ncwljorrr 9 1 Let: 7 11 LMelio B 15 -'• on ..." ... 7 U ? S Vat i'iCf.C 7 11 M.ibarajih Wo 7 11 Blam'P 6 R -r' T.tio"!.. Andcs:ne 8 K r Adorn «.n Rolls ... ={ Savannah E i To - 7 Eahccn 1 I'.a* Malt 7 7 Cn:c;s g 1 Ii 7 7 Kaui T"a 7 25 D. Hilton ... !!* 13 Pr. Action 7 5 L:udea...

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

TURF TATTLE. CauISeld to-day. Fitsroy on Monday. Woodend on Friday. Warra^ul cn Tuesday. Mcntone on Wednesday. Backers h;d a good t.me of it at Moonee on Wednesday. E. A. Connolly's 2-ycar^old colt . Lord ! Cnpulet his not been noticed on the Caulfield ! tracks recently. ! Fo«adrna cost bather? dearly again in ibe Welter F'Jrss at Mconee, fcr ihe never threatened danger. Seofcn put «p a pretty see.! race in tho Two-Ycar-Oid Handicap at Mocncf, acc should be sure to win in his turn. At^prcvynt a mile scows xh: full length of B.ack Pan's tc^hrr, and he failed badly over the extra quarter in the Valley Han dicap. Kilsp'ndie was putting in seme torr pood work at the end of the Two-Ycar-Old Ilan du'ap at Moonee, and w.tb a bit further : to 50 she would hare been upsides with ! 1 c^»- i I Hsuben Halo, a joclrpy wkc-o riding } I ab.Iity has been con&idi.-rabiT underrated ! i in the past, rode an excellent £ni?h'ca Lor- : iKz in the Hi^h-Wci^ht Handicap at ■ Mocn.-e | Maloja his lat...

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

Caulfield (Saturday). ST. CLAUt TRIAL. kent l.och 1 draw qui"ex 2 upright 3 alma stakes. raheex 1 l-ideuo 2 adorn 5 woodcltfp handicap. pr1zei-igilter 1 effervescence 2 heritus 5 futurity STAKES. popinjay 1 captain white 2 JOELY bechjar 3 stanley steeplechase. tinto 1 the miser 2 bettewynd 5 ' iiawksburn handicap. " oold bkkw V m*\var\ et.iya 2 four flush 5

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"STOUSHED" AT STAWELL. INDIGNANT DOUGLASS. Bangs a Boozed Baker. Wife's Astonishing Admissions. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

"STOUSHED" AT STAWELL. INDIGNANT DOUGLASS. Bangs a Boozed Baker. Wifo'3 Astonishing Admissions. Three ttclMcnown rc«id/>nJo «»• I Publican n„d his u{> on?/ n , 1 ^ i Ss^»«tSWSi sr^rfT" ch",,!s ci'ad*^ o« ti'i; c"w7n;r„dut/?vf °»W«™^1 <io defendants ' C0 "Pl^ared for j *r ra< g.w father of a niDixc i irora somebody, and »»)•/» m> » with n f,.» ,i \ . c morrimff m *? l.h?t had ,-"-'en pwrichcd nl.net o t of recognition. For the defence it vra* bof-h Chadwick ba.l in,u]t-A Mr, MB?™ ,t hnti 05"l"t^', n°» >''» clzlzv ~™e-ond "d",t " «»'" <° Krt-T^t ,WOman Mra0l! Annie Star' j !^ho *as punching the cthpr UouS,Q-*»» the'S 'wCnf r»t ««r. knlhlron s'Jrk-, "n >hi,^hfnr nf t' . " on ,l"- road. Mrs. DoHrlnsj HIt a.VD KICKED IIIM. tbc'r^1r,"^„tdc^: "°',c>™"» k' ^^--'ecl into the fcous»° '0f ' o'''i-'1'!) '" named Hunter. 0 0 '"fsidtnt ChnJwick's evderer w, ,„ t h'ppfnci nfter thai untr"?- £"• "f trtlt nonrni ami lo-l:-.} 'i„ hi, "'■1t then Kfce ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
COPPER COMES A CROPPER. CHARGE AGAINST AN INNOCENT MAN. Allegations Against Constable. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

COPPER CQIVJES A CROPPER. CHARGE AGAINST AN INNOCENT MAN, Allegations Against Constable. A case in which a constable came ft crop* per over a prosecution which be brought against an innocrnt person woa heard at tho Warrnambool Police Court on Friday, tho 13th Inst., before Messrs. S. G. Russell and ■'V: Ferguson. Js.P. A mero youth named Herbert Harris, a seaman employed on tho ' Lcura, was chared at the instance of Con stable Malone, of South Warraambool, with having taken a bicycle and used-it without tho consent of the owner. The bicycle hap* pened to belong to Constable Mnlone. The prcsecution wag conducted by Ser geant McPhcrson, and Mr. \V. F. Mole* worth represented tho defendant, who de nied the charge. Constable Maicnc's story was that, on the 32th jnst., bo J'.'fL hi3 bicycle at the pier at about half-past 9 o'clock in the morning. It was missing when ho returned about an hour later. Ho cav.ght the defendant with it at tho Ray View Hotel. In reply to Mr. Moles- j worth, he...

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

This Man was in Constant Paii {or Monllis. Often Practically Helpless—H' Recounts how Dr. Williams Pir.k Pills Cured Him. J Last winter was the first time in years that I did not h'a\e an i-.U-.tcl; of Rheumatism." said a man who was recommending Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for this painful disease. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills do the* only, thing that will permanently banish Rheumatism. They build up the grentlv thinned blood, end impart tone to the whole system, en abling it to throw off tho Rheumatic poison through the natural channels of the body. Mr. Arthur Pringle, Austral street, Kalgonrlie, describes bow he con tracted Rheumatism and was cured:— "I was workinjr in a blacksmith's shop and I got a wetting. The trouble affected my wrists first and almost un- j mediately it spread to all iuy limbs, j The pain might leave my wrists and go ; up into my arms and shoulders, and then down to tbe muscles of my legs. I began to suffer cruelly. At last I had absolutely to give over work and wa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
COSTUMIERE AND "SASSIETY" DAME. DISPUTE ABOUT A DRESS. A Compromise Verdict. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

C3STUMIE8E ADD "SASSiETY" DAME. DISPUTE A30T7T A DEESS. A Compromise Verdict. A dispute regarding payment for a cos tume was inrost>gated b?forr< Mr. V. Tannc-r, P.M., aud Mr. B. n. Alston. J.P., in tie District Court cn Tuesday. Complainant i was C. J. T.ene, a Collins-street eostumiere, and defendant Mrs. L. Lett, of Hartford, Glebt» Point-road, Sydney. Mr. D. E. praysbay, who appeared for Lane, said that Mrs. Levy was a well-known figure in Sydney "snssiety." and had ordered the costume from complainant on November IS, 1912, just after the Cup of that year. She had had a good win over the races. The cost of the-costume was to be 13 guineas. The pres2nt claim was for £19, the extra 2s. being for freight. When Mrs. Levy ordered the costume, she stipulated that it should not bo forwarded to her until the following March, as she wished to wear it at the Easter races in the sister capital. Mr. Lane demurred, &aying that he did not earo about executing an order *o...

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