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  3. TOPICAL TAPS OIN TAPPABLE TOPICS. BILLEE'S BLUFF.

    "I have broken with the most powerful political organisation ever formed in this country," remarked Little Billee Hughes at Geelong. This is certainly a new way of ...

    Article : 180 words
  4. A HOME RULE MARTYR.

    It is probable that, after all, this Great War might have been avoided if the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, who was the heir to the Austrian throne, had not been a ...

    Article : 1,334 words
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  6. MEAN TYRANNY.

    Veteran liberty-lover Montague-Miller, who is 85 years old, and who has been in the fighting front of every reform movement since the sturry flag of Freedom was ...

    Article : 191 words
  7. Truth

    Many Governments with obsolete penal policies have acted on the supposition that it is necessary to keep up a supply of criminals in order that ...

    Article : 1,568 words
  8. WHERE ARE THE YESSERS?

    In view of the hint that Iceberg Irvine has been giving regarding the desire of Liberal [?] for [?] her Co[?]ton Referendum, it is more than interesting to note how ...

    Article : 254 words
  9. WOWSER WATCHERS.

    Some little time ago, when the Baptists held their usual annual conference in the Collins-street bethel—during the Melbourne Cup carnival season as usual—one ...

    Article : 229 words
  10. POLICE POTHER.

    There is still much d[?]ssatisfaction at the Russell-street police barracks over the continued employment of a waiter who is obnoxious to the majority of the constables, ...

    Article : 243 words
  11. BOTHER ABOUT BEER.

    The Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works employees recently held their annual picnic at Sorrento, and there was much bleating and braying in certain quarters ...

    Article : 264 words
  12. BUNG AND THE BEAK.

    Sometimes one drops across [?] little tit-bits in connection with the a[?] tion of justice by the [?] but decidedly bi[?]d and incompetent [?] ...

    Article : 308 words
  13. ANOTHER "CONFESSION."

    For ever so long certain people have been on [?] and needles regarding somebody or other's dying confession that would unravel the mystery of the Trotter tragedy, and so ...

    Article : 283 words
  14. THE FEDERAL TANGLE.

    Federal politics appear to be in a worse tangle than ever, in spite of all the mysterious movements of party leaders and the political plotting of the part month. The ...

    Article : 293 words
  15. PUCHE'S PARADISE.

    Pughe, a parson, after a little globe-trotting, deplores the drunkenness of Australia, which, he says, is the only white country in the world in which men do not give up ...

    Article : 393 words
  16. GUMBLETON'S GUFF.

    A totally superfluous person at the reception to Biliee Hughes on the [?] on of the mighty atom's visit to Biliarat last Tuesday on a National Federation b[?]ing [?] ...

    Article : 337 words
  17. A SHATTERED IDYLL.

    Billjim had got the milking over, and after tea he t[?]led himself up and went down to the corner of the bush to meet the dear little daughter of his father's neighbor. ...

    Article : 210 words
  18. BEFORE THE BATTLE.

    "Reliable news from Germany states that when her naval and military preparations are complete, Germany will suddenly revive widespread and violent warfare."—-News ...

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  19. A SILLY SUGGESTION.

    On the 23rd inst.—a Friday—what will be termed a "win the war" button day is to be held in Melbourne, and it has been suggested that a half-holiday be proclaimed ...

    Article : 287 words
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