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WILLIE HARPER PLAYS THE MUG. NEW ZEALAND FORGER FOOLS PEOPLE Posed as Brother of a "Dook." WELLINGTON, Feb. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

WILLIE HARPER PLAYS THE MUG. NEW ZEALAND FORGER FOOLS PEOPLE Posed as Brother of a "Dook." (FROM "TRUTH'S" NEW ZEALAND CORRESPONDENT.) WELLINGTON, Feb. 7. I On Wednesday Inst there was listed in the Wellington s:ru o's Court, befort his Worship, Al . S\ G. Kmdell, S.M., an other B»ory o: a ron liie. It brought back to memo ry .\i av iluliet, I'ercv Piau tayenet U.gwooj una oth rs of that tik, who 60 eicVcrlv 'took uu vn" tue do Chtlords, o'Arcourts, and OlllL S Ot tfle Vcre-de-Vere caste—the "crem e do a cr •me" oi suobocracy —who cjiiF.-i'gat *■ U1 tilC V c.tiiiy o: Buulcoti u cjuia rrjc .>, and Hobson street. Uow.iVcr . OW Ji2 i o the iudisposiuon of the aecusj't. ue lu arm g was adjourned. A VO'lilg U121 CWll to the po.ice as r.vt-ivn iue Kui '•nn— the ast two tnonuiker* ure sucr.s.ivc— ii: i unu' mat chugs ami "luus -UHIC u c p. 4 -V/Iix charged with Uav ing o'Mtur.ea th SUI 1 c Li 1C'. from Scared-man Uro a Ila i.i/.ou, on £epte;n b.'r 22 last, by t iCaU c; 'alse pretcnevs, ...

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 t to the Ooctori ! C0UE3 THE Paurses' Opinion. A TESTIM0N7 TO 1 BucViszh-n Atrqe. ' Cdur?. Vic-,3,4/lZ CLEfilENTS TONIC LTD. 141 know Clements Tonic is used extensively by the profession, and nurses know its value and are .seldom without it. Once a patient got very weak and low spirited, and 1 gave her Clements Tonic. A few doses made a change for the better, she rapidly be came bright and cheerful, it gave her health and strength and soon put her on her feet again, which made her a firm believer in Clements 1 onic. Since, 1 have given it to many patients with the same good results, I am at a loss to know how we, who look after the sick, could get on without that tplendid medicine. lSi8»vd) NURSE CARD." [•J This Is the best to b* ta!een ric Acid In the Blood, .. . Indigestion,- Lotr Spirits SicV: Headache. F,on o1 Steep, Appetite, Biliouanesi or Foor SERIOUS CHANCES I AEE TAKEN IN* NEGLECTING A SGTPLE | CASE OF FILES. Any person takes r>er;ct:s chances in ne glecting an a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ATTEMPTED ABORTION. YOUNG WIFE'S SHOCKING CONFESSION. Nurse Holland Convicted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

ATTEMPTED ABORTION. YOUNG WIFE'S SHOCKING CONFESSION. Nurse Holland Convictod. In the Criminal Court on Tuesday, before ilr. .Tusi' ■» Cus?on. a nrddle-r.sed woman i named Amy Holland, was charged with ha*'- . inj. at Windsor, on Julr 31 1913, attempt- , cd to proexsre the abortion of a young mar- > ried woman named Phoebe Green. i Mr. C. J. Z. Woinars^i, K.C., prosecuted for the Crown, and Mr. Paul, instructed ; by Air. Abrahams, defended. ! MP.S. PHOEBE GREEN. Tuo facta cf ibo Crown caft-' were that on tb:? dato mcnt:oncd. Mrs. Green, wh:> Iv? nt Charle.e-strrct. Prxhran. visited the pr:?o:icr at her home in Hornby-street, Wiuusor. and arr npod to undergo an opera tion. The prsoncr Urs ns.ted sx cuiucr.? for hcr scivccs, but eventually n~recd to accept £5. Od the following night Mr?. | Green went ^ain to pr sooer's Jjo'jsc.^ unci ! occason Mrs. Green pi.d the £5 airrc.'d upon. A cay or two afterwards she revVt cd the or.soncr. r.nd tho oper-ton was re peated. On Ju y 51 ...

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

DROVii HOHK AFTER. ' Sir,—Ln.,t jour cssistani extracted twenty teeth for me wiiheur the slightest pain, after r.-hich i 'Ircv? ny?clf homo ?!x ji::ks. .Sinccrt-lv tha::kinf; you.—P. T. KUCHEL, rotor's Hill. 18/1)2/1313." Beau tiful £6/6/ sets now £3/3/. ..Call to-morrow. W. E. THOMAS, 83 Elizabeth Suoet (Op. Equitable Bid*.)

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

cujv <*%o&ujr t&a>. urvC6 frrrr\itim\L6 cum a> -fuMj£cbcAe, \ urfam, notfum^ c&e j unM. I/) pyU/W SAO—FOUHD JHJLBEflT PARK. A mar: who had heon noticed in Collins \ street lately otiractcd considerable notice ; by bis melancholy oppcamnce. U was whis pered that his -loom rrcsc from ibe fact : that ho worked • « the "Dond-lettcr Deport ment" at the fi.P.O. IIo was foutid in the watrr at Middle Pari:. He was smiling as b? 6pli:shcd the water obnut h in. 'Hello!" shouted na acquaintance. "You don't look Ter? cloomy uow, old chip." Tbe other ! smiled to bo dried lrrovlf. "Look bore, j wouldn't you look glum if von had no clothes \ and no money to pet nny?" "Sure," said * his friend. "Well, I t^ot tcuch with ft ' j Canh Order Co., that enabled me to set j fixed up, and pav bnclc by instalments." If ; you write or call r.t the Towns Cash Order Co., you n c*9h oHer, and pureh:*ao ; eTerythin^ you rrquire for cash by paying one shilling in the £ per ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DOINGS IN DIVORCE. THE GARDEN OF LIFE. Sigh=press, Orange Blossom, Prickly Pairs. Buds, Blooms, and Bloomers. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

' DOINGS IN DIVORCE. THE GARDEN OF LIFE. Sigh=press, Orange Blossom, Prickly Pairs. Buds, Blooms, and Bloomers. Tho February sittings of tho Divorca Court were continued during tho week beforo his Honor tho Chief Ju&tico, Sir John Madden, tho following cases bcian hoard A SUPER-SENSITIVE HUSBAND. Unhappinoss of the Thompsons. Accusations and Denials. Petitioner Succeeds and Gains Custody of Coveted OMld. A case presenting many peculiar features •was commenced in the Djvorco Court on Vrulay la^t and coueiuded on Monday, iMauti" Alice Thompson, tormerly Morgan, 44, of Ejipiug-streu, East Malvern, apply ing for u dissolution oi hoc marriage with John Griffith Thompson, 50, merchant, of "Jrogmure," Mttrrumbeeua. Mr. H. h. Coie Cole and O'Hearo) appeared for the petitioner, arid Mr. S. Mc« Arthur. K.C., and Mr. L. S. Woolf (instruct ed by Mewir*, Madden, Brake, and "Candy) for me r^couuem. Tbn part.™ were trnrriH on June Z6, 1907. and there was on* child, Basil, now firo ana n ha...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
JONES'S JERE[?]AD. Seeks Relief from a Wanton Wife. The Race for the Back Door. Delaney Gets a Doing. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

JONES'S JEKE'.-IXAD. I Seeks Relief from a Wanton Wife. The Baco for the Baclc Door. Delaney Gets a Doing. ! A nie.'k-lootin? man to have such an taw posjntr array of Christian names, Ernest Efho!bnrt Bor.cham Jon«?R, 34, fnrm labo-er, of McKonrio Cr»e!ca near Horjbam. sought a divorce from his vrife, Frances Jones, for PETITIONER JONES. 1 morly Smith, 28, now res.ding near Gerok*, in tile Wimmera District, ou ihr» ground of adultery with a tna.c uokuo^n. Mr. lioiclun ^iiis.ructed by Messrs. Phillips, Fox, sad , Ovcfud, appeared for the petitioner. ! When on.y juat past her tweutieth birth day, Frauces, then a domestic at Mount Ara piles, had listened to the tale of lore poured out by Ernest Ethelbort Boneham, olher w.sq bert, auU they were marrieu on May 2, 1S0G. A boy, now seven years of age, was born wb.le they were living at Gymbower, and early in 1908 the little family migrated to tho Koeburno district of Western Aus- | tralia. Here, petitioner and his wife and ' her brother ai...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TRIBULATION OVER TEETH. Full Set of Fangs for 25 Guineas. STILL, CHEAPER THAN EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

TRIBULATION OVER TEETH. Pull Set of Fangs for 25 Guineas. STILL, CHEAPER THAN EDINBURGH. (From "Truth's" Sytlnoy Corrt'sporxlcut.) Twrnty-Qve puini-as for a yet of to<-th Is nothing out of th<• way. accordim: to the evidence uivoti in a. which came before Jud£0 ttackhouse in th»- District Court on Thursday, A drntisl r.amwi \ John Irvin<> Cossrovo, of i;r Maequarii— street, fuch! a Mrs. llondercon. of "\Yura tah-avenu.\ Randwiek. for SllC ite. bal ance of a bill of £'2C, r.fi for a full upper and lower *«»i of t<^ih. .Mr. .McLoiwhlfn appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. X'crrv for Co.^rov.-, whd holds a "University di jdonin. said thai Mr*. H»nd«<rsou in Feb ruary of y<-ar or<krf-d him to make a full upp.r arid lower pair ot prinders, and to do the best h<* could without iuiin t Li* •-•xc-'MUionanv tno ladv '.(.'Id s.-i. vrhich did not k:v«s i.sr. in Kvontuuily his Honor : £14 Sh dnd cost*. lo be o...

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 li^bt jobFiro kimllinp, Wrilington has bc«!ii visitM hr an cir-h. qiuikft. ' This is really v<rv MiurUin" Wliai w fin.l "Whr.f l,„Tsi„. I„i,,„ls"_ An rarihqnakp up in Willi,,"!,,,/,, „ ni!v lor, you see. the local ' ' iiU' Snl ,1'" jnn'P" Vftt Wellington is reullv a. Crack cily.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AT THE STADIUM. SUMMERS SUMMARILY SETTLED. Tom McCormick Outs Johnny in Two Minutes. AN ASTOUNDED AND DISGUSTED CROWD. LOSER'S MAD FURY OF FIGHT REBOUNDED ON HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

AT THE STAMUM. SUMMERS SUMMARILY SETTLED. Tom McConnick Outs Johnny in Two Minutes. AN ASTOUNDED AND DIS GUSTED CROWD. LOSER'S MAD FURY OF FIGHT RE BOUNDED ON HIMSELF. Johnny Summ*-™ Im evidently foucht 1 out. ft may be only temporarily, but po it lu. Johnny finiint Hand tluj strain 1 of training any more, at unyrato In hot weather. }Ii.« breakaway of a fuw weeks i back wan proof positive that Johnny's J mental powers clamored for ft Mpell; a complete change from the strain put upon them by constantly renewed periods of Ftrenuour. ami monotonous training tor exacting, brain and body-fajjpintf fights. This was shown by .Summers' extra ordinary p'-nnrniancp on Saturday nipht la.«t at the Uu.^h'jutter Hay Stadium, when the welterweight champion of Great Britain was knocked out, dead to the world. fitty-one seconds inside tbe first Tom McCormlck -was the agent of John's destruction. "When the Pame pair i met in the same rin^ on January 10 last, I wiw very positive in expresalnK my [opin...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LIDDLE IN LIMBO. CEYLON SILK CO. CRASHES. Accumulating Money by Advertising. POOR PRINTERS GO WITHOUT PAY. BOOKED FOR TRIAL ON BIG BAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

LIDDLE IN LIMBO. CEYLON SILK CO. CRASHES. | Accumulating Money by Ad vertising. POOR PRINTERS GO WITHOUT PAY. j BOOKED FOR TRIAL ON BIG BAIL. (Prom "Truth's" .Sydney Correspondent.) j An active Jittlr draper, of sandy com j plexion, namwl Edward Pervy TJddle, 37, . with twinkling eyes ami fruilolcps oxpres slon, was brought up at the Central Police ; Court on Monday, before Mr. Smlthers, | S.M., on several charves of false pretences I arising out of a business concern styled EDWARD PERCY" LIDDLR. |th« Ceylon Silk of Central Chambers, | [172 Pitt-streeL Uddle.has, it is reported, been In this country about two years from I South Shields, England. and has been en gaged in the riCTHUK HHOW LINE in Queensland. lit- was married six weeks ago in Brisbane, by the registrar, his bride being an Irish girl of respectable family, with a little stocking. About £3000 was Involved. Mr. Bathgate prosecuted for the Crown, and Mr. Maddocka Cohen defended. Detective John Walker, who with his mate Pea...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NOT SO MAD AFTER ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

NOT SO MAD AFTER ALL. | (From "TruthV Sydney Correspondent.) [ I The peculiar conduct of n mm in I NV'Wioft'ii vpj tnrdnv caused alarm amnns residents in the vicinity. Armed with a hand-saw. he commenced to ply it visor. j i ously on several telefrraph poles. A | | passer-by tried to prevent the work of j [ destruction, but beat a hasty retreat I l when the madman made a charge at him. News Item. j I am not mad, I am not mad, I And If I am. she's driven me so. ! Oh. list, and I will tell, my nd. j Mv tale of shame, (Horace, and woe. [ have a wife, a larse. strong wife, liv whom I am not understood. And" she stirs up eternal strife* Uy shouting: " Ave yer chopped the Whene'er I settle down to write, And beauteous themes How from my pen, I This dread anil drear domestic fright • Screams out: "There ain't no wood J again." . When I proceed to rhapsodize, j And glorious words rise to my lips, i This virulent virago cries: J "Hoy. Moses, 'ave yer chopped the ; chips?" I So rising up at l...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A COFFEE-COLORED COON. SETS UP AS A MEDICAL SPECIALIST. "Have You Seen the Shah" from the Punjaub? "TRUTH" INTERVIEWS THIS LATEST SHAH; And Finds Him Grossly Ignorant of What He Professes to Understand. THE LITTLE MOHAMMEDAN FROM INDIA, AND HIS FRENCH MADAMOISELLE. "Truth" Searches for the Shah in the Oriental Quarter; And Cross-examines Him as to His Qualifications. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

A COFFEE-COLORED COON. SETS UP AS A MEDICAL SPECIALIST. "Have You Seen the Shah" from the Punjaub? "TRUTH" INTERVIEWS THIS LATEST SHAH; find Finds Him Grossly Ignorant of What He Professes to Understand. /THE''LITTLE MOHAMMEDAN FROM INDIA, AND HIS FRENCH MADAMOISELLE. Truth" Searches for the Shah in the Oriental Quarter; - And Cross-examines Him as to His Qualifications. (FROM. TRUTH'S" t-TDNET COKRESPON'DKNT.) "'""Haw you seen the shah?" u.=»?d to be "the favorite greeting among Londoners) tnore than a score of years apo. This was at the lime of, and subsequent to. Ihe visit of tin; Shah of I»orsia. Tills I'ersian monarch of repulsive mam-en; and peculiarly unchristian morals had / created a "sensation" in England by his • visit, which ns much ama-ed as disgusted | the people <-i London. He was A BLAZE OF JEWELS, but his general conduct was so contrary to that cotunicn anions Europeans, and tho stories .that were widely circulated ns to his various favorites, and his lar...

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

SOCIALISTS AS LABOURISTS. (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) 1 The proposal. made at the Labor Confer-' once, that Socialists who have run as can-' didau-s for Parliament apaiust Labor can didates should not be subjcct to The drastic j rule which provides that these who have i opposed Laborists for Parliament shall not 1 m.-, themselves, eligible for selection, until : seven rears after, was defeated at. the Labor Conference by 83 votes to 49. netwithstand-! injr the support piven to th" propos.il bv Pr.'mjpr Holman. In this an orror was com-! mittrd. Until political tricksters not so i much power in the Labor Leajrues that ih^y caused many of the Socialist}; to leave the; leapucs. the Socialists were the salt of the Labor movement. Indeed, it is very doubt-1 fill if there would have ever been a Labor! movement of any impcrtanc? politically had : it not been for the seif-SAcrificinj: enthusiasm : of the Socialists, In view of the fact that there is a Second Ballot law on the Sta...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SMETHURST SORROWFUL. ROSAMOND ENDS THE RACKET. Hunts Him From His 'Appy Home. AND STICKS TO THE STICKS. JOHN EDWIN BOTHERED ABOUT BROMLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

SMETHURST SORROWFUL. ROSAMOND ENDS THE RACKET. Hunts Him From His 'Appy Home. AND STICKS TO THE STICKS. JOHN EDWIN BOTHERED ABOUT BROMLEY. <Krom "Truth's" s>.in-:y Correspondent.'* According to tlsf ••vidrnce given by Jolin Edward Smuthursi ut thu District Court on Wednesday, connubial biles with l;i;5 I Rosamond wns not exactly unalloyed. In I ROSAMOND SMETHURST. fnct. a dispute arose about the ov:n« r.-hip of tl f ir furniture, and Judge Decker wis given the task of deciding the question. Snuthurst. who valued the furniture at £ 1 SO, had Mr. I.. R. Bertram appearing for him; while Mr. Monaghan. instructed by .Messrs. .Morgan and Morgan, appeared for the defendant, Rosamond Amy Sroet bursl. "Is It necessary for the husband and wife to bring their quarrels into court''" asked his Honor at the outset. •"Yes, your Worship." Jnterjectcd Smet "Hush," came the command. Mr. Bertram said that his client had been cleared out of his home for another party, and all he wanted no...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE MEAT MONSTER. AUSTRALIA "DAMNS CHICAGO," BUT IS HELPLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

THE MEAT MONSTER. AUSTRALIA "DAMNS CHICAGO," BUT IS HELPLESS. The American Meat Trust has its ten tacles around the neck of the Australian Beef Industry. From Us headquarters in I'hicapo, it has pot a "stran^le-hold" upon the Australian ox. The owner of the ox looks on helpless, for he Ls covered with red-tape, fastened around him by th" Federal authorities, th^ end of which red tap'.- Is held by Prime Minister Cook. Of course, so tons a* those In power are afraid to move, or do not want to mov\ and so long us the Australian farmer Is at the mercy of rircumstunoes because of his being enmeshed in va^t quantities of rod tape, nothing can be done. The pood .chip Chicago and Us meat-octopus will, in future, own and control the meat Indus try—unless the Australian farmer deve lops such strength as will enable him to burst the manacles and fetters of red tape In cood time. The Meat Octopus is not a lovely monster, neither is it merci ful. It has the principles of Mephisto phetes, the fro...

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

A THIRST AND A STRIKE. Additions are being made to the Cri terion Hotel, on the corner of Hunter and Helton streets, Newcastle. And there on Monday a strike took place bceau.se two of the workmen had been ".sacked." During the forenoon on Monday, and It i was u hot day, a bricklayer sent Ids i laborer to pet a glass of beer, and was I In the a''t of lubricating his throat when i the contractor'* representative came along I nnd dismissed i;oth men. Another laborer! Have an hour's notice. and in the afternoon j all hands struck work, the condition for , resuming being that the sacked men ' should he ro-instatcd. This was refused, and none of the men resumed work. i Xorr that 'O.'tralm is building up a fleet' on us own street ionelyonlyoncsuxne, wbv 1 nut run a war paper in connection there* 1 ttitb, tad 9aJ! it tfc* "Pomfor MagMla*"?

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

Many people travel second ealoon on ihc}! |,Il' cc.'Uii bouts, not because of the | KoarblesyiT no, but to avoid tbo—bow — bother, demn-it^all-tloncherno, of— haw— dressing for meals. Yet tbo same people » when m tha gaeocd galoon iraro mon hide ' Qua

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 — 21 February 1914

On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. until the were almost when a rurce norrkeriy wind set iu With ciouds of dust. Tbc trucks were all in good order, and U'sirr tiian they had been tor Nuwara Kbya wa? out before it was lipbt for seven l'urluugs uii the t:u: at over an i-vcn time zait. MokoJ a »J. Higpins) wns swing* ir.j. Lions on tiie t an. win.ing up by scoot in- over tl»»: last fivv furlongs in i.G. Spring B:ook (E. Tumor) and P.as^me (G. amith) p.iuck. cut '.or a mil* and a quarter on the tan In 2.191, but ucrc petting TtrJ' weary towards th.> finish. Prizeiiphtcj went flowly. Ave Ave siir v.*as extended tor sx lurfonps in 1.23. Auclaci-.y (U. Lewi?) carried ton manv jrurs for fiowmore. who was well beaten in A pallcp of a mile on the tan in 1.43. Widc'ewa r\V. Cody) hit out to some nurpose as he dashed over five xarloa^s in 2.41. and did the final baH-miie in 51*, but he had a fly at the start, and was then right on the inner edge of the track. Maharajah and Rosyth did useful...

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

2/6'Weekly j Does St 2 Keep ycur ca»h in your pocket. The casiM | nay to k'"- ^ fa»hiotiaMe >uit U to jay £«. i-l. | j weekly. ra«.fH'< r.ui lacp jo.i in ili<* fusion B l with lovt-IVf Our.iUu fabric* on tiii-t convenient B j SAC SUITS TO 01) I) HI) FROM 50/- || 10iI-KI'OSIT. Ol. WKKKI.V. B Our ititttM rvre supreme in their art, tr.d j} \ the fit and fabric* fa*jltl?M throughout B j CASSELL'S j "THE CREDIT TAILORS," L | Ml SWANSTON-Sr. <on~ <]> nr hun .. .nu j SOUTH YARflA—442Chopel-»t. FOOTSCRAY- I Wlcholson-it. OLENFKRRIE—"pi'- »>on Store 8

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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
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