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  2. THE MUDDLE DEPARTMENT.

    We have been taught by experience that it is hopeless to expect any sense from the figurebeads of the Muddle Department; but surely it is altogether over the odds when ...

    Article : 296 words
  3. FACT AND FICTION.

    A few months ago that monumental muddler, Jemima Pearce, sorrowfully pointed out that, "history would confound his crities" on the several points on which he was being ...

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  4. WORKLESS WARRIORS.

    The question of finding work for our returned soldiers is one of ever-increasing worry, Before the men departed, their bosses were profuse in their promises that ...

    Article : 853 words
  5. ST. KILDA SQUABBLE.

    A neighbor's quarrel at St. Kilda furnished material for an action in the County Court, before Judge Eagleson on Thursday, when Mrs. Emily Eva Hamilton. of 62 ...

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  6. THE RED FLAG

    Sir,—I am not in the least surprised to notice that since the Trade, Hall authorities decided to host the Red Flag over Labor's citadel in Victoria-street on days of ...

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  7. AWFUL ABORTION.

    An inquest concerning the death of ft young woman named Mildred Aylmer, 19 years of age, was concluded by the Sydney Coroner (Mr. J. Jamieson) last week. The woman ...

    Article : 508 words
  8. AMINDE ASSAULTED.

    An amusing story was told to Mr. Notley Moore, P.M., at the South Melbourne Court on Thursday, when a tall man named Thomas Job Butler was charged on ...

    Article : 472 words
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  10. VENEREAL DISEASES ACT.

    At the South Melbourne Court on Thursday morning, before Mr. Notley Moore. P.M., and a bench of justices, a man named James Doyle, whose address was given on the ...

    Article : 301 words
  11. FINCH FLITS.

    At the North Melbourne Court on Thursday, Mary Elizabeth Finch summoned her husband. Henry Finch, for maintenance of herself and her child Agnes, eight years of ...

    Article : 328 words
  12. MAY MAKES MONEY.

    A sordid story of a soldier's wife and a casual paramour was told at the Central Police Court, Sydney, last week, when William Henry Lewis. 34. was charged with ...

    Article : 350 words
  13. WHO IS TO BLAME?

    Sir,—I have teen a reader of "Truth" for some considerable time, and have always found it to be very frank and outspoken on any subject. Now. Mr. Editor, what I don't. ...

    Article : 378 words
  14. PINKETTES FOR BAD BREATH.

    Those who find their breath bad in the morning, a bad taste in the mouth, and a furred tongue, will find Pinkettes —the new laxative—an excellent ...

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  15. RENTOUL'S REVERSAL OF FORM

    The altitude of the council and headmaster of Ormond College towards recruiting is most unsatisfactory to the students, who, no matter what their inclinations are ...

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  16. "ENEMY ORIGIN."

    Mr. Barnett, the Commissioner appointed to investigate cases of suppised "enemy origin" in the Commonwealth Civil Service, says that the investigation does not imply ...

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  17. BOLD BOY BROWN BOOBED.

    In the Supremo Court, Bendigo, on Tuesday, before the Chief Justice, Sir William Irvine, Clement Thomas Brown, 19 years of age. driver, who pleaded guilty to an offence ...

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  18. ROUNDING THEM UP.

    The suggestion has been made that a patrol of soldiers should parade the streets of the city during the midnight hours, in search of those festive souls in khaki who "won't ...

    Article : 351 words
  19. HUNNISH HAREMS.

    The Huns are greatly hurt by the statements made in the press of the Allied country to the effect that they are establishing harems in order to increse the supply of ...

    Article : 205 words
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  21. TITUS OATES'S OATH.

    Sir,—In reference, to the Jes[?]ts' oath, either your truthful paper is telliing an untruth, or Catholic truth is a different thing. I have a copy of a booklet, entitled "The ...

    Article : 258 words
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  24. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    "Willaura".—It might be considered offensive behavior. P.S. (Ararat).—The landlord must obtain an order from the court. ...

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