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An Important Judgment. NO. 7 BOWKETT BUILDING SOCIETY. HELD TO BE LEGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

An Important Judgment. NO. 7 BOWKETT BUILDINQ SOCIETY. HELD TO BE LEGAL", His Honor Judpre Macnaughton gave an Important Judgment on Thursday morning, December IS, In tlie District Court, In the nopenl in the anion of Nn, 7 Rowkett l.tullding Society against | John George Warren, in the Court of ] Petty Sessions, before* Mr. Eglinton, P.M. The appeal, it will bo romombftrd, { was wad* on the; following grounds: — (1) That the Police Magistrate was I wrong in holding that there was an automatic forfeiture oC shar«*H und»»r rulo 17 of the rub'S of tho plaintiff so ciety; (2) that the decision was against the evidence; and (3) was contrary to law. The defendant, John George Warren, also appealed on the following grounds:—That th<* Court had no juris diction to hear and determine the uc* lion; that the defendant was Induced tu become a member of the plaintiff so ciety by the misrepresentation <»f the society and its secretary, ]\ a. O'SullI* van; that the vcrdict W...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Sectarian Agitation. CHURCH AND WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

j Sectarian Agitation. I A j CHURCH AND WORKERS. \ With regard to the sectarian out» • burst of a Roman Catholic priest dur ing the recent X.S. WaJes elections, a writer in a Sydney daily paper makes the following pertinent remarks: — l "As an Irishman and a Catholic. I . have a great regard for the Church as an Institution and the priest as a man. Catholics have made many sacrifices for both. Xo denomination, perhaps, builds more churches, schools, hos* . pitals, presbyteries, and educates and maintains a greater number or priests. Catholics have done this out of their .hard-earned wages because they be lieved it to be their ■DUTY TO THE CHURCH. But is the duty all on one side? Does the Church owe nothing to the in i dividual? I would like to ask Father ' O'Reilly what the Church has done for Ithe Catholic working man to justify the further sacrifice which he now de mands of him? What has the Church done to secure for the working man I better housing conditions. better wages, • sho...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Labor Redivivus. PROLETARIAN PROTEST AGAINST PENNY PIMP PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

PROLETARIAN PROTEST AGAINST PENNY PIMP PRESS. NEW SOUTH WALES RESULTS. Labor 50 Liberal 33 OtKers 2

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A TALE OF THE TRUSTS. ARE THEY INVISIBLE? OR IS IT GUFT THAT SPEAKS? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

A TALE OF THE TRUSTS, <>—:— ARE THEY INVISIBLE? on is it curr that spf.vks? A few short years aso. and all that somnolent Queensland knew of Trusts anil their methods wouldn't la^t int«j the second r.la.'JJ of brer. Trust?. In the rrso'-.t pernicious i. ense. were thr Indigenous products of American sol'. Well-watered Blocks, and a compliant judiciary, made them deep-rooted. Occasionally, th'lr "fruits" v.-ere curried acro:<* the tntervenlr:c water.", as Mr an Australia. It came In varied trel-;ht». but v.-Its nothing to write home to mother about until U r-CI.f.KD TJIK TRJGCER ON* TOBACCO and Ua.ves'.inp machine:;, Then Australia ax danfjoroui us a porcupine. The Trust mn;:nat<-s laughed heartily to gee an under jopulnfd continent like nur.i trying to look Ilk- a p?ppery phalanx r,f armot-plated ad verr.iry. Tii-y jus: k-.pt on blowing the cisr\r sniolin of t'erision at ui through their polluted nostrils. and pushed asiile opposi tion (that tried...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

DR PATTEK.-vis'S TANSY and ! STKK!. | Tlie cnly srcnutae rcmf.lv. • War. anted «a(o cud 1 iffective. Priirois-O J. u«r bax. Till-: KM'llu: t'lLl CO., ^:>ro Area!* JIcJ. bourne * i

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BUM RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

BUM RELIGION. i yea coroo to Icofc facts hard in the Ju: of injustice is done in this warM, ?, troai an cr-;ryday, cursory vier the Sakarmy is cr.e of the tunr-dcst. most infernal nnso.r.cv* ;hi-5 side o* a hard-up xi'.£ ,-crs* camp mcGtin^. The s;ircr:*:ci?.l observer takes notv mostly of the diurn-p-jnchintj and "tray"-'.rnpj)ln?t and cyEs:-q\:ont!y ut»r.cun':*s the Arrav r.s a sort of irnian: social nuis ance. I; is a popular argument lo do nour.ee the Army. There are no biij social, cotnuercia!, ot r.d^ious bu^a mixed up in this branch of derii-dodsjins. If there wc-re. toilor.injj the s!av.*h bent of the world, it wouldn't be so Jibeiaily denounced; it uuu.iiu't pay. It ii aiv-ayi, iicweve.*, as will to icol; at both hides of the saiulu, ami cur ii:S the Christmas season sjme pretty straight lessjiis are to be leart.vd by com d.rtvreut -ways o: Id be ju d foolish It is the duiar.; that ii i« that for a stone-broker to apply to the "heads" of the u>aiouabi<3 rclig....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WHAT ELMSLIE MISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

WHAT ELMSUIi MISSED, Now that tbo Xoo South I.abrr Purtv ha nettled itself comfortably in the MacqunKc- ' street bear-garden there ia to be 1 sorr.otbiij' (Join? or the euueug wiil laicw ! why, and cabir.et-ruakor-lawyer llolman will | be put out on the mat in the rain with seme | of his cobbers, who va-nly try to control j thy Machine without beinj al!e to touch I the coJUroMnj: irear. Hew jealous the Vic- I torian Laboritt-s, who recently played at I beinjj Ministers, must fee! when they' think j of Oily 'Olman with a majority of *10 in a hcuse of 90. But beljj^ u Labor Premier j isn't all beer and skittles. When sparring | for the job, without the faintest bppj.reiit 1 hop-? of jjottinp it, all sorts of icleais are j s'H up and all sortj ot promises made; but i wh<;n he bus attained the apparently ur> J atla liable, and is pressed to fulfil those' premises, the f;;n starts. The Noo South , o iucus libowcd :ti teeth at the very fust | opportunity — <i?(t t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PILING IT ON. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

PILING IT ON. The CommcnTToalth Public Service Y?as a j viporom infant at binh. Lor.;? ago it out grow its swaddling clothes. Nowadays, hov« ins become accustomed to lonj pant*. it hankcri after a skirted coat. The Klectoral Ofljre has jujt pufTCsicu the appointment ' of a scjr? of electoral iiisjectors, at J £310 per year, who'2 duties will be "lo sy=- j totuaiiciHv ri«i: tbr* cfTi.'cs of the divisional returning oflrr.Ts and doctoral rejj'stran | ;»nd the arr.ijt.H3Jt. returning officer*' centres throughout th^ Commonwealth, cjui report i to the Commonwealth KK-cioraJ Oflicer con cerned as to thy manner in which these ofuc^rs are discharging their dutiej under ! the Electoral Act in resj.vct o: enrolment, ;ha purification of the rolis, prosecutions for 1 r:&c-e:mlnieni. and the arrangements for '.lie conduct o: elections at short notice." : But that's not all they'd have to do. Tho J Chief Electoral Officer designs that they i shall also advise divisional returning oCcers....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE "GAY AND FESTIVE." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

THE "GAY AND FESTIVE. • Tl" *> ;« tb? 6cs5on of the yoar 'Vuon (jrcwenos nmke lots of bw, And <h; I:a and fowls look sad and queer, -Hey know that 'something's doin£." T r:a;k tho r&ccler's cyo forlorn, * hcur h'o Uyinj; yell 3t n:om, And, oh, m.T breast pain it tam, For—stion'ji hrew'u^. Tlrs '■$ tlr- th:<l <t. ry crank hot-foot to tin- 54j«".r:i»s Bank, :it hii gvod hard cash doth yank— \in^ inanoiy plccg.ir' •. •n't you sec, it'? ^ \Mur» 1'

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AUSTRALIA, AS PAINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

AUSTRALIA, AS PAINTED. According to all accounts, the people of Great Eritain nre becoming possessed of the idea that Australia is a fair ?ample of a goo I place to stay away from. Three of our States are going hammer and tonga to per suade the eligible immigrant to come forth; und where each State is in competition with tho other at the game, employing profes s:onal agent* to work the lurk, it can safely on that the respective repre out lor tb<; rhino, and it in ea?y : repnMoiuutiv lurid pioiuru gives u Vmioi-ia o whom ia to be belL'Vei. ftv the tirae tho hopeful emigrant 1 hasTfiiiHhed'listcuiMg to thy ta!r> of each of ; tbeso three stinkintj.fi ih vendor* concerning the putridness of the other .<i.v.ys. he must have a pretty choleric conception of Aus tralia a<5 a whole. In these circures:a:ir<r., indeed, tin- wonder is that we get anv immi grants at ail. Ttii idiotic cuv-thro.U '.-cm petition is just of a piece vkh tho r,y;;t'.:j.= ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"MR. SPEAKER" MEAGHER. Less Meagh[?]: More [?]ice. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

~W- -Less Ale.a^fa"i;r.l"M&re' ,''i5tice. Y.'hothor or not tho Legislative somblv of Now South "Wales saw tu? t importance of tho step it took in eleCV | ino; Mr.,Meagher its Speaker, it U-cer ! tain that tho public will see it5> irriport- ; ancc. Tho fact is still in tho public , mind that it was quito recently at- i tompUd by tho Lcgislafci^ Assembly , to rc-instato a mail—Mr. Meagher, and • Mr. Meagher alone—who hyl boen <pn- ( victed of or.o of tho Tnoa»l)cmous and ( famous criliios o{ thV;^>tury,-.an<l ; ..-horn the Hi«li Court ol Australia, . after repeated and prolonged attempts ; had been made by hiin to got re-instr.ted, • j had declared not a fit and proper person ; to practice tho profession of a solicitor j j tJlat nas attempted to re-instate i , thi-i man bv special Act of Parliament- j That ho was unfit to practice ^as tlio i deliberate opinion of the High Court, J but it doos not seem to be the opinion | of tho present Government.^ ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE CRITIC [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

A statesman if a pcJiiiciao. A jood musidai' knows ulion U q"it. Man is mighty. But cicrrc ij mito-icr. * * * Honesty is chiefly found in copy boot* A little ro'J;c cor.rc Cbstrfulne-s spikes a food many ol Ad Tersiiy'g £ur_s. , Women would r-llisr be \cvs3. too well , tk:»n t';D wi«?k. •Vr " * * There's no «v,.h tb:r-j ns !uc!r, ssyi the ; Tl.* net on y has h.c See, tat a Miicu u: ^-ved ihin-s. 'T>':/ro is r. tno^^r." Take tK.% to ke&rfc A r-i:':-nrhy TV.= t jrlrcn by '.He ! 7lj-;rV.::- s'1 a* mere ha th.= n .uu::." c:.nr.cu. '-r. •• ;o i-ke tainrs cs \ •J.'-r -loT.'i j:*ue, chaw ; Th- <-"3 r.:o thft wir.-'ews o: ih? r.ut a wjisia n-arlj ah.'ay.i ke-ps the down. Ii a worr.an i:n'i v:>p:. lous o: b^r I ! •Vn.basause she iirv; ^ozru ihir.r; c!s-j to vsrry : r,.-^ per cent-, o: t'u i> u-r.v..: ircrt: State a pr<-cf Siuie •'JT-inror :i tho s.-r.t, <-•: J.-awprs," rvy? a | wriur. A certain Troekly reminds U5 0: : ch^nuts. I * * * r..- -....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. WHY NOT? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

TOPICAL, TAPS OIN TAPPABLE TOPICS. WHY NOT? Why should not Australian Parliaments transact their business in the light of day? Where is the necessity for night sittings? The United States House of Rep3, transact ins; affairs of eighty millions of pecpio, mcet3 at noon, and seldom sits later than G p.in. The cxcuse often put forward by Australian Ministers, that, if tbc Houses sat in the daytime, they would have no oppor tunity for administering the department.#, is j petty aud puerile piffle. Exccpt in matters ; of policy, the administration of the depart- j mclits is largely in the bands of the per- ' nianent heads, who are the real rulers of the people, and UoL in those of the political j chiefs. Of course, by Parliament sitting in d.'tylijjUt, -.re should Icse a lot of fun and ' frolic, and the ;jaiety of the nation might bo ' noticeably diminished. If the Legislature is to be regarded a.1 a rirnl to the leg shows, , certainly, entertainment boars gkrald bi- con- : Bidered, for h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MARITAL MISERY. A Sordid, Squalid Case. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

MARITAL MISERY. A Sordid, Squalid Case. What Mr. J. J. T.o-crs, J.I\ the District Co unfortunate ease, in view of was that in which .il-iookinc, yet prepossessing mar named Kaiie Uo'Jd^rU proceeded a:j.;inst her husband, David, a br.ckiuytr em- I ployed at the Fitzroy tramway terminus, on it charge that he did, on last Saturday week, December 14, make use of ccrcaia icsultiug words to her. ! Mr. J. Nolan appeared for the wife and ; Mr. C. Barneu to defend. I Complainant's evidence was to the effect. ^ that uho Kas at pnw.t, living apart from dofenuiiut. \vh3ui s>he had carried on June 21 of tuU year. At about thy time and on thy date mentioned she v;a* in Flinders- ' street with a lady friend, when defendant 1 or.nie tin and spoke to h»r. r.?!;in;> her where ! she was coin- io spend Guris'mas. To which 1 she r^tcncd (compiainsnL \v,\s :>~i:ated whilst -v'n<r her evidence) ih t it was no ' concern of his, an:l toM him not to speak to her, hut to zo b?ci: to the . ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

.IAN D hand made 100.000,WW SMOKED ASA LiALLY. "To Mave yois Settled TSaalt Suit QMeSiiOD Yes, Say? r a no.', setll'i if r:~M awv. and Q.\e{3y0ar well wi tb ouo of my Famous Vol will get 111] tint is desired in the , ul'-t o-d; at.) fu-t from tl^ latr>!. s-had.-s :ui ,d il^igi :s ii. Suiiiups. «nJ you c;i:i pock' "( ;h«> « i• between my price and what, t bo oilier tailor would My Suit s° aro cut and rnado by experts, and ibo riaii'rial ,«t are jn );eep:ii£ .for quality ar id Uosie: ii wiib thoso cliewbcro at double the rr These are the fac: ir.rd that have built up *ny Imsirv PS? and pirrzj «;r» the reputa tion for rr >akinff a Gocd Suit at the most reasonablo SAC SUIT / 'MEASURE AI.L ONE 1'ifICE FROM THE TICK OF THE STOCK, rita for Patterns, Taps, and S.1L IS9 Bourkc Street, MELBOURNE. fifi Nos. 304-306 LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Next Royal Arcade)k 33 MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE. COMPLETELY REMODELLED. LUXU1UOUSLY FURNISHED. CUISINE UNPARALLELED -Y APPOINTED MAGNIFICENT PIN1NO H...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

FRQO I OIDS Curd Headacho, Indigestion, Constipa tion, and Biliousness. They are olegant in appearance and pleasant to take; they are immensely more valuable than an ordinary aperient; they remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs, waste poisonous mutter that ie cloggrng them and choking the channels that hmd to and from them. Frootoids are THE BEST iperiont medicine to take nhen any Congestion or Plood Poison, is present, or when Congestion of the Bruin or Apoplexy is present or threatening. They have been tested, and huv» boen proved to afford quick relief in such eases when other aperients have not done any good at ali. Frootoida are absolutely un rivalled (or FAMILY use; their beneficial effects are evident by tiio disappearance of headache—a bright cheery aenre of perfect health taking tho place of Bii.g^ish depressed feelings by the liver acting properly, una by tbe food being properly digested. Vroctoids are o very economical; rifliDjc-irjE. A doae taken once a wee...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

ts HCG KAICB OF TITS (yfSX 1ATCKI j TAT.KLXQ iUCflttiR. J Needles Tho *?* t«r M« on mtf &( d!t«> BMUle-v.'M fKMMV »BI1 *W I If kupMlOt 16 wy «tW uewlle, fo* udi «a« Vlll nut 10 KKOttDSi «fcl Itey ISO* to tlijuw M' I'll to motr-jry toftCt titatiM *?rvuh t*£v **\ e«QMtuif imjimn) urn pruartd nwri. wucr, a, rcn vaoickt. try x mi'skt air t'tvriiEOKt NltliPUS now. THE jCBNTRBWAY, ; *>l 259 Collins; Street, Melboi!rn«| TAN WILLOW CALF liAL., ^Vltir\\edlto»l K<i!o, l>rlIt "YatikT" lUilc. In three itmjija of Uit. fltoutly mrrln a»<i JJrjcly G:;l;hcJ. Au Itlo&l Mluiuicr'lUo'., btJil 0-uli/ Tin: BEST AT T1IB PRICE. LINCOLN. STUART, 8> GO. ' ' ' / PTY. LTD. ; • FLCCDEES-S-TRRET, 1TEL3. TRAINERS f.fJD JOCKEYS. Tat WINKING COLORS ROSENTHAL'S BEEHIVE. B A CI K G COLO B3 Viom'iOs tio Sot * JOCKEYS Cashmere, 30«.; Silk, 40t; SilJc'.iSiTn mere, 40a ~ J* CAPS, 8a. 6<1. (iio'.t English psile) Hurdle and Eteepie Stall Caps, Ti. 3i ? ROSENTHAL...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE PACE THAT KILLS. Strong Running for the Cemetery Stakes. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

THE PACE THAT KILLS. • •Strong Running for / Cemetery .Stnk;s. •*"0 cloqcect, and mightie UdCx'." whom cone co'-ild a'vir.? thc.i b;c; cuadod; what non? bath dared thou fc;?!., done; and whom ail tho world hath tilt* tared, thou only hast cast out of the "world and de~a y<?d • thou hast drawne to* gcthtr tU th_"*£rre atretchcd greatneass, all tho prido, crudtie, and ambition of man, tnd eovcxcd it &U over with theso two narrow word* liic jacet.'" At this season of the year, when ll:e whole body <»f labor, mcntsj and physical, La mak ing holiday and recuperating, with the ob ject <.f entering with renewed vigor ar/ , cnhir.ced enthusiasm on tho dutifa of the year just entered on, it is net out of place to sujruit, again, the question ofi-cn asl*cd o£'kuc: Aro we not running tho race of lift* i t Iho paco that lnlls? These nre the speecy times of the people of the planet. Tizne is now tho essence of a'l contracts, and everything is being rushed...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BRUTAL BLUDCER BOOBED. Don Hassett's Doings. Loa[?]s on an Unfortunate Woman. Stiff'Sentence Served Up. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

BRUTAL BLUDCER BOOBED. Don Hassett's Doings. Loals on an Unfortunate Woman. Still'Sentence Served U]>. A cliargo of having asf-iultcd Dai*y Me Farlane was preferred against Don Ilassatt, a young and curly-b-'adi d individual, who alleged that bo was o bootmaker, nt tho Fitzroy Court on Mbuday. lu udditiou, Hassott was charted with having lived ou the earnings of a. wutowi of ill-fame. Tho assault charge was heard first. Daisy McFurlane, who blew into court in u hatless couditiou and A mueh-disligutea fact?, stated that alio was a single woman, residing in Moor-btrc- t. Both she and JIaa noti. had been retidn.g in the sauic bouse tor Botno linut past. Ou Christmas l.'ay, Has Rett asked witues lu give him u tune on the piano. At first *h" reiused, as she did not desire ty wake un tin people who were asleep in the house. Aft~*r she had been playing for soio«) time, she uoliovd that llassett had blipped out. ThmVing t'jat hi. had done a get with her m^uo, witness WENT ].N SCARCll...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

FREE TO SUFFERERS from Indigestion, Liver or KidneyTroubles, Hydatids, GallStones,Tuberculosis, Internal Growths, etc. You are invited to try a Frtq BOTTLE OF V1TADATI0 Write for full particulars and teatnnonUls. Advice Free. *•. A. PALMES, 459, Fltnden Ufifl (off WHlam Street), MELBOURNE.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
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