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  2. AMY'S ADVENTURES.

    A story of a most sensational character was told at the Malvern police Court on Monday by a girl named Amy Isabella Rowe, who was the principal witness for the ...

    Article : 2,846 words
  3. IS THE NUDE RUDE?

    The old vexed question, "Is the unde rude?" has been raised again by the action of a little elique of Hobart Wowsers in banning a book of Norman Lindsay's drawings ...

    Article : 1,248 words
  4. FATRIOTIC FRIVOLS.

    It is surely time that a modicum of common sense was used in connection with the arrangements for holding the flag-flapping frivols by which money is raised for the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,414 words
  5. SOLDIER AND SHEILAH.

    At the South Melbourne Court on Tuesday, before Messrs. Baragwanath (chairman, Skinner, Jago, and Farr, Js. P., a soldier named John Downing Mocdic, a driver, attached to ...

    Article : 2,248 words
  6. TATE'S TACTICS. STATE SCHOOL STUNTS.

    Sir,—It is pleasing to note that your crusade against "The Tactics of Tate," with his dope of "Patriotic Fervor," which has been permeating the curriculum of the State ...

    Article : 404 words
  7. THE HEALTH OF THE PEOPLE.

    The committee appointed by the Federal Government to inquire into the causes of death and invalidity in the Commonwealth has submitted a final report, summarising ...

    Article : 364 words
  8. LEADING THEM INTO TEMPTATION.

    Sir,—Re the article in last week's "Truth," entitled "Tate's Tacties," I can point out a more glaring case, which is anything but the right sort of education for children—that is, ...

    Article : 315 words
  9. COIN-CATCHING CONCERNS.

    That the returned soldiers are not altogether taken in with the methods pursued by the various organisations which are shovelling in shekels, ostenibly for patriotie ...

    Article : 319 words
  10. PEPPERILL PEARL POPS UP.

    The Peppcrill pearl has popped up again in Sydney, and has been as [?]uickly poppod hack into prison. This is the young women, Viclet Pepperill by name, who came into ...

    Article : 305 words
  11. NO MORE LEAVE.

    Mr. W. Clarke Dawson, at the Royal Colonial Institute, London, recently said that a distinguished officer told him that, in his jundgment, all leave should be ...

    Article : 140 words
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