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  3. JUDGING THE JUDG[?]

    Henry Erneet Boote, whom his admirera describe as "the soul of The Worker", looks particularly soulful the cards sold by the Socialists, at wbose ...

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  4. Truth

    What a bitter mockery is the word "Nationalism" us it is applied to themselves by the flotsam and jetsam of Australian politicianst What a ...

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  5. THE CRITIC

    Who can undaunted brave the Critic's ragc. Or note unmoved his mentlon in the Critic's page, Parade his errors in the public eye, And Mother Grundy's rage defy? ...

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  6. GULLIVER'S TRAVELS.

    Little Billee (Hughes has arrived in Yankeeland, and is laying down the law on how to win the war and things in genaral, to the huge delight of the humorou Amerioans. When Gulliver went round the world he saw wondrouss, sights, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. PARLIAMENTARY PIFFLE.

    An instructive insight into the way our Parliamentary patriots earn their pay is furnished by the latest issue of "Hansard" (No. 37), reporting the proceedings in the ...

    Article : 385 words
  8. PIFFLING POETASTERS

    The latest volume of Gorgon poetry is notable for the poetasters it has included and the exquisites it has omitted. Of the latter I shall say nothing; but lovers of ...

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  9. "FOUGHT MIT SIGEL"

    Many Americans, sons of German parents and grandsons of German settlers, joined up with the colors in the United States immediately on President Wilson's declaration ...

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  10. JOSKIN JUSTICE.

    Many peculiar instances of the slip-shod manner in which justice is dished us by Jay Pees in suburban police courts have been adduced in the columns of "Truth"; but the ...

    Article : 341 words
  11. EXHIBITS EXTRAORDINARY.

    H. E. Boote, banqueted in Melbourne last week, told a curious story that, showed the almost human sagacity of the Sydney police. They raided the I.W.W. rooms and brought ...

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