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  2. Advertising

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    Advertising : 892 words
  3. THE GIMCRACK CLUB.

    THE usual weekly meeting of the Gimcrack Club was held at the rooms, Cartridge-street, Balmain, on Wednesday night, the President (Mr. Wriggletwist) occupying the ...

    Article : 1,914 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 886 words
  5. OUR LETTER-BOX.

    WAGER.—A unit and nine cyphers. MAUDE.—The quack re[?]ly you mention is no good. A QUACK, VICTIM.—SHY genuine charge against the people you nae would be fully exposed. Thanks ...

    Article : 87 words
  6. THE FLAUNTING OF THE DEFORMED.

    Sir,—As a friend of a deformed derelict, kindly allow me space to protest against the invidious tone and harshness of your paragraph on Mr. Cocks and his philauth[?]opic endeavors, published in TRUTH, of April ...

    Article : 578 words
  7. THE ROMAN CATHOLIC VOTE.

    Sir,—I have read with interest, disgust, and amazement your "Open Letter to Catholics," I think you are a little at sea as to the influence exercised by the clergy re the Catholic vote. I am an Irishman, a ...

    Article : 717 words
  8. RECLAMATION OF HOMEBUSH BAY.

    Sir,—You will doubtless remember, some years ago, in Sir George Dibbs' time, an attempt was made to reclaim a vast tract of marsh at Newington. For this purpose, a wall of ti-tree facines and stone on top ...

    Article : 231 words
  9. HAIRDRESSERS' GRIEVANCES.

    Sir,—As you always champion the cause of the poor, will you be good enough to insert my complaint? I am a hairdresser, and I know that the law governing our hours of work is constantly ...

    Article : 316 words
  10. RANDWICK SEWER ACCIDENT.

    Sir,—Having seen "Engineer's" letter in re the Randwick sewer accident, I being the laborer he refers to, beg to say I know the sacredness of an [?] as well as he, and was not asked by the ...

    Article : 92 words
  11. SPURIOUS SPIRITS.

    NOW that a start has been made to bring to justice rascally men who poison people with vile swill which they call beer and spirituous liquors, it is meet that the police should pursue the ...

    Article : 554 words
  12. BLACK LABOR.

    Sir,—According to the wail of the "Courier" and the "Queenslander," lollies at Sd a pound and beer in which pure crystals are used would no longer be obtainable if what they call the ...

    Article : 451 words
  13. CONDENSED CORRESPONDENCE.

    Jack Blunt, Blacktown, writes to say that a, local paper refers, in connection with a recent alleged outrage by a half-castle in that locality, to some of "the rascals At the camp." Our correspondent states ...

    Article : 96 words
  14. THE GLEN INNES POLICE.

    Sir,—A few months ago two lads, John De Montford and Edmund Harmer, came to Glen Innes looking for work, and since then have been trying to earn an honest living, but the police of this place seem ...

    Article : 363 words
  15. ARTISTS' MODELS AND SWELL SOCIETY GIRLS.

    Sir,—Whilst human nature remains as it is, I am certain that girls of the "modest and retiring" class are running great risks in sitting for "the altogether" as an artist's model. Let us view the matter from a ...

    Article : 182 words
  16. RE-APPRAISEMENTS OF C.P.'S.

    Sir,—In the Moruya district two officials went around inspecting portions of land submitted under the Re-appraisement Act for revaluation. The land in question was taken up at £1 an acre, but the ...

    Article : 254 words
  17. FAULTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

    Sir,—As the one paper that appears to have courage enough to attack our delinquent public departments, may I ask you to turn your attention to the Education Department, especially as regards the schools in the ...

    Article : 337 words
  18. COAST HOSPITAL.

    Sir,—I crave your indulgence to say a few lines on behalf of the noble work performed by the willing workers at Little Boy hospital. As hundreds are fretted annually, there must be ume who, perhaps. ...

    Article : 240 words
  19. "CONNY'S" NECKLET.

    THAT article of personal adornment, which was the subject of recent litigation at the Water Police Court between Messrs. Coningham and Exton, was again brought in to ...

    Article : 234 words
  20. PUBLIC SERVANTS AND COUNTRY "PUBS."

    Sir,—Kindly allow me a little space in reply to "Country Pub" and loafing public servants in TRUTHS of April 14. "Country Pub," in his weird wall against public servants and the little use they make of his ...

    Article : 309 words
  21. THE BATHURST SHOW.

    Sir,—Per medium of TRUTH I beg of you, in the interest of exhibition generally and those resident in Bathurst district in particular, to ventilate a grievance against the officials of the Bathurst P.H. and A. ...

    Article : 315 words
  22. TATTERSALL'S AGAIN.

    Sir,—If you publish this letter, It will give the public an idea of the fairness of Tattersall's dealings with his clients. I sent a post-office order for £4 worth of tickets in the last Caulfield and Melbourne ...

    Article : 239 words
  23. THE DENTISTS' BOARD.

    Sir,—In you issue of the 23th inst. you refer very ably to the Dented Board of New South Wales, and particularly to the unbusinesslike manner in which its affairs are conducted. Why they don't appoint a ...

    Article : 688 words
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