When Leslie Mitchell, the young man whose relations with Mrs. Fieldgate were discussed in the Divorce Court recently, was refuting the charges made against him by the petitioning husband, William Fieldgate, he declared that although he was a married man, his wife was in another country—England or America, he believed. "Truth" has found her for him. She is a waitress in a fashionable Melbourne restaurant, where the chatter of pretty ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,132 words
Clay Smith and Lee White in a characteristic pose. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 10 words
THE last act in the tragedy called "Bankruptcy" is over, the curtain has rattled down, and the principal players, Lee White and Clay Smith, have retired gracefully to the wings, and are now free to take ship for their tour of South Africa,. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 712 words
THE days of chivalry are gone forever—those days of duels with swords and seconds—so say the critics of this modern age. But, wait a moment. A DUEL was fought right in the centre of Sydney quite ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 648 words
How Ned Hughes, a New Zealand [?] soldier, won £5000 in a Tasmanian consultation, when Star Stranger ran first in the [?], was a romance—according to the "Waily Guardian." The only thing wrong with the store is that Ned Hughes didn't draw Star Stranger ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 1,437 words
"'Mugging' in the Murk of the Mortuary," or "Death's Shade falls across the Love of Leslie Dyer" sound like titles of threepenny heartburn novels of a bygone generation. But either could grace the first page of the notebook of the gentleman who officiated as court reporter in Mr. Justice Owen's Court on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday last. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 608 words
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