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CAULFIELD. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

CAULFIEIiD. TUESDAY. Weather fine and warm, and a large num ber of vis tots were present to see the work. | lirass opm lor special gallops, and going i very fast, and the Band was also in capiuU ; go:i:g order. . | On the prass, Brattle (Dorrinpton) and j Ciadwyu (Sbanahan) commenced proceedings ; by ccvc*riiig a mile iu 1.43. a ptrlormun-'e ; that could have been improved upon. Wur* j su'j <J. Hopwood) was going Very comfort ably ovrr a mile and a Q\m;«.-r in 2.21. Hullie i |J. moved alonjr smartly. Kent I.oc's (Wil lamsJ was r.ot allowed h s head at any part of throc-quavters of a mile \n 1.23. Aboyno i IC. Wilsarn badly duftated Kiver Tamp 'L. j Fes) over five fnrlongs in 1.5. Expert (G. ! Uoss} wa< a very long way in advance of ] Kinsser (Young) at the conclusion of half a I mile in 51* .«vonwort, coin? in great style, badly beat F.lvar.ite over a mile, run in the gl'ck tin'e of 1.46. Stra'hnaver arid Knrl Godwin were asso* ! eiated for five furlongs »n 1.4...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

^OT SPo^ The BEST Ale. WORKERS' COMPENSATES^ ACT. ' i Under thin'Act it will be necessary1 for EVERY EMPLOYER I to insure his Employees, including Domestic Servants, ) against accidents. THE STANDARD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE 1 COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND LIMITED will protcct you against all liability. Write, call, or telephone* for full information. Victorian Branch : 66 MARKET STREET, MELBOURNE. Telephone 1001. ■ - F. C„ COLLIS, Manager. MELBOURNE EIGHT HOURS ANNIVERSARY!' S8th ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION . BAZAAR and ART UNION, IN AID of the ciiaiiities. Exhibition Buildings and Ground, MONDAY,' APRIL 27, 1914 DAY AND NIGHT. £1000 PHIZES £1000 FIRST PRIZE Oil. TAINTING, valued £500 SECOND PRIZE „ £100 THIRD PRIZE „ £50 .AND 97 OTHER rlII7.ES valued from £20 NOTE.—The Committee are purchasing ntul paying for the Pictures the amounts at which they aro valued as above s:a:ed. In order, however, ta fully satisfy> the pub lic and subscribers of the bona fides of the Art Union, n:id that, in th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE HARDY MYSTERY. "GHERCHEZ LA FEMME" AGAIN. Who were "The Women in the Case"? Was Alan Hardy the Dupe of a Young Harpy? ALLEGATIONS CONCERNING A DIAMOND BROOCH. MERCENARY, CALCULATING, FISH- BLOODED, FEMALE "BLEEDERS" WHO ARE WORSE THAN HARLOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

"GHERCHEZ LA FEMME" AGAIN. Who were "The Women in tbe Case"? Was Alan Hardy the Dupe of a Young Harpy P ; ALLEGATIONS CONCERNING A DIAMOND BEOOCH. MERCENARY, CALCULATING, FISH - BLOODED, FEMALE "BLEEDERS" WHO Att.T. "WORSE THAU HARLOTS. (FROM TRUTH'S" SYDNKY COimiCSPONDKNT.) Th" pxtictnc uneasiness in the public jnlnd onurprniiis; th* Haidy tragedy has be^n somewhat ailuypd by thn effortt that v. e have made to riueidato the mys tery; particularly by the various* Inter-' \irws that \\»» published in our la»l issue, fc'fill. lh«* matter Ik easterly discussal; the air K thick with rumors an<l moorlo>\ and allocations, and clues. The nuiri' the matter Is investigated, 111* jiior" peculiar thlnps appear: and tl»o .more mii" fp.-'is sorry for P'.*OIS YOUNO ALAN* IIAttDY. *hn <<» s-uddonlv, and at sucil an acc, met liirt death: arul such u death, toot—death at thahda c/f his own father. Further fr.or*'. th»; hush-it-up tendency is not at oil justified i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
C., C., Or S.! CHICKEN, COW, OR SMALL? DOCTORS DON'T KNOW AND DIFFER. When Physicians Fall Out What Befalls The Patients? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

! C„ C„ Or 8.! | CHICKEN, * OR SMALL? j DOCTORS DON'T KNOW AND ; DIFFER. When Physicians Fall Ont What Befalls The Patients? (From Sydney "Truth," 1'ebruary IS.) j Tii* Modieal < < that. in I New Zealand u, vfally, si ruouin?: of promi 1 nent members of the chief trade union of j mcdical men, inasmuch an it was convened | by the Uritjsh Medical Association. That ■ it u not likely to go ccutrary to what tho < Now South Wales Iirancb of that association haa already declared. namely, that the cpi 'dcmic of skin disease that recently occurrod ! in New South Wale.* and Now Zealand was | really smallpox, is, of course, what might ' bo eipectod. J At tho Medical Con£re*s last Friday, the ; subject of the outbreak in New ZeaJaud aud t in this Stato was considered; and Dr. Monk, [ ot the Now Zealand Health Department, belli forth upon his cxp'irictjco o: tlio ».pi j detuic m New Zealanu. Ite admitted that 1 wun: people said thai it. was uot smallpox lnoww Ui....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SHARKS! [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

SHARKS! (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) j Accounts aro published weekly in the! "Run" of vuriou.s lady rowerissts who! have been attacked by sharks. j On th«» Parmrnattu River, ! Where scared 'ady scullers shiver. Shark-hooks stuck in lumps of liver I Dangle in the streams. j Fearless youths in skiffs go nightly, I When the rnoon is Fhinlng brightly, | Sharking—and relate politely j To reporters—dream?. I "Every lady who goes boating, I By her small cation pees floating, Sixteen-footers, gazing, gloating, At her rounded charms. Then, as on her hull they're crashing, Through tho water she goes dashing, "Catching" crabs" and screaming, splash ing. Pilled with dread alarms. i Youths come out und shout and wave her, Ah she shrieks In semi-quaver, j Seize their oars and dash to save Iter, j Bring her saf.j tr> shore. < Ar.d she smiles into their faces, i Calls them "heroes" (they're disgrace, i Works thorn smoking capa and braevs, Slippers in galore, i Ah! beT.tire, ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RECORDS OF THE RING. OLYMPIA ATHLETIC CLUB. THE FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. MAGNIFICENT, THRILLING STRUGGLE Of THE LITTLE FELLOWS. Sid Sullivan's Sterling Courage! JIMMY HILL'S EDUCATED LEFT HAND! Champion Knocked Down but Undamaged. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

RECORDS OF THE RING. (By "BOXER MAJOR.") THE FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. , „ . I MAGNIFICENT, THRILLING STRUGGLE Of THE LITTLE FELLOWS. Sid Sullivan's Sterling Courage! 'JIMMY HILL'S EDUCATED LEFT HAND! Champion Knocked Down but Undamaged. There wns enough thrill in tho battle1 at tho Sydney Olytrrpia A/.'.. <-,n Satur day night, for thp Featherweight Cham pionship of Australia, to satisfy the greedtertt gob" mouehe who ew«r bellow ed bull-voiced from the back byneheK. i And some? of those gentle guitry take 3 I Bit of satisfying. t°o. I The contestants were .limmy Hill. th«* I holder of tii(» title, and .Sid Sullivan. I challenger. Sullivan w;lk practical v j champion himself, thro* years back, and only lost his tltlo In tlx- tournament i promoted by }'ob Fitzsimmons. at the Stadium, which was von by JSlly Kl liott. Oreat Interest was taken in tho rnect ttitc or these mon, as it was th«-ir tirst, Hlil having been climhins the tree and maturing to manhood whib» Sullivan h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SAM McCAUGHEY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

SAM McCAUGHEY. Sir Samuel .McCau^hey, Knifjht Uache lor, has r-oiu- a trip to Now Zealand. | Strang- that. notwithstanding Ms "loyalty j to Ulster." in which province he was bom. I Sir Sam has never lovisitod th«> 'Ould ; Sod". Ho ]>roiVrs to admire his native i heath from afar. Sir Sulmop "Wilson, of ; Western Victoria, whose protege Sir Sain ' wan. did 1:0 Home, but he ^ave his Ulster I birthplace a wide berth, und lived in Km:- J land. According to Sir Salmon und Sir ' Safn, Ulster must be a good place to keep { oat ol. Even C&reoa doea not live U»er«. '

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE PRELIMINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

THE PRELIMINARY. Hilly txio smart little X, Z<alan<ler, and Tod NUI, :i Ior.il lYMlwr, I fought a pr«-!i:ninary FchM.il<Ml for 101 two-mlnut.' rounds. it was m-arly over > tiTfii, for ShiMhjs dropped his

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TWO HOMES BROKEN UP. Concupiscent Oruickshank Copped. Clears Home and Confesses to His Wife. Then Levants with Le Deux's Missus. Sensation Among Sleeper-getters. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

TWO HOMES BROKEN UP. Concupiscent Cruickshank Copped.     Clears Home and Confesses to His   Wife. Then Levants with Le Deux's Missus.   Sensation Among Sleeper-getters.     The story of the break-up of two homes     was told by Frederick John Le Deux, miner, sleeper-getter, and grazier, of Baillieston, whose wife, Edith May Le Deux, formerly   Sullivan had cleared out with a married     man named John Cruickshank, their present     whereabouts being unknown. Mr.W.T.       C.Kelly appeared for the petitioner.     Married on August 22, 1903, the parties lived quite happily at Bailieston for almost     six years. Then one evening in July1907,     Le Deux thought that his wife was an un- conscionable time...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AUSTRALIA'S MOST REMARKABLE CRIMINAL. BY Australia's Most Remarkable Historian. TO MR. JOHN NORTON. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

AUSTRALIA'S MOST REMARKABLE CRIMINAL. BY Australia's Most Remarkable Historian. TO MR. JOHN NORTON. Dear Mr. Norton,—I have been a reader of "Truth" for many years, and have al ways looked upon the historic articles which have appeared in its columns as being historically accurate in every de- tail. May I be permitted to draw atten- tion to a departure from this strict line of truth, In the article, the title of which heads this letter, and which you have recently published in pamphlet form. I believe some thousands of copies of the pamphlet have been put into circulation, and as I am sure you would like to be historically accurate, I take the liberty of pointing out the errors, misrepresenta tions, and general want of accuracy in the article. The author has carefully concealed the name of the "remarkable criminal." Why, he does not explain, though possibly it may be from the fact that one of the criminal's family, a lady, is now the gucst of Lord and Lady Denman. The author uses on...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MELANCHOLY MARITAL MELANGE. Wife Deserter Digs Up Dim and Dubious Past "I WAS LED LAMBLIKE TO THE SLAUGHTER." ASTOUNDING ALLEGATIONS. Spouse Swoons After Sensational Scene. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

MELANCHOLY MARITAL MELANGE. 1 Wife Deserter Digs Up Dim and Dubious Past "I WAS LED LAMBLIKE TO THE SLAUGHTER." ASTOUNDING ALLEGATIONS. Spouse Swoons After Sensational Scene. SeiiHution, dramatic action, anil pecu- \ liar allegations of intrigue and bigamy wore tho salient features in the story I of the marital life of John Thomas i Overy and his spouse, Jane, as told at   the Prahran Court on Monday. Overy appeared on remand from Bul main, N.S.W., charged with wife de sertion. Mr. E. J. V. Nigan appeared for tho   defence, and Mr, C. J. McFarlane to-   presented complainant.   The Bench consisted of Messrs. A. : Mc Kin aim (chairman), S. Bangs, Cap- 1 tain Russell, Curwen-Walker, and \V, , Martin, Js.I\ ! Jane Overy, a worried elderly look-   ing woman, said her husband deserted   her on May 4, 1912. She could not conceive why he did so, for during tho whole course of their married life he was a comparati...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
JANE TAIT'S TROUBLES. STONE-THROWING SENSATION. Curious Complications at Clifton Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

JANE TAIT'S TROUBLES.   STONE-THROWINO SENSATION. Curious Complications at Clifton Hill. Tbo. female section of Clifton Hill Ka&tj turned out cn mnssc nt the Col lingwood Court on Wednesday after noon, when one of the oldest residents of ftoseneath-street. .Tnnc Richmond Tait, wife of Harry Tuit, nn employee   ol! the Metropolitan Gas Company, wits charged with having thrown half a brick to the danger of Vera Falking hnin. The Bench conRisted of Mr. V. Tan nor, P.M., and Mr. W. Marshall, «T.P. Mr. P. J. Ridgeway conductcd the pro* secntion, Mr. Rundlo (Brennan and Rundlo) denying tbo charge for Mrs. Tait. Constable T. Iiv Burrows, of Ascot Vale, stated that when on special plain clothes duty on February 5 he secreted himself in n back yard of a house in Roseneath-strect, Clifton Hill. From the position ho occupied lie had a view of Mrs. Tait's back yard. That ftftor noon, at 5 o'clock, Ite saw Mrs. Tait in her back yard. .She went into a shed and re...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE "LONG ARM" OF COINCIDENCE. HISTORIC MELBOURNE LAND PURCHASE. Reminiscent of St. James' Church and Rev. Richard.Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

THE "LONG ARM" OF COINCIDENCE. HISTORIC MELBOURNE LAND PURCHASE. Reminiscent of St. James' CUurcli and Rov. Ricliaid.Hill. In 1'obniarv of 185(1, Mr. Anthony 'llor Uvni purchased a bail acre, No. 3 of block 7, situate in Fhnderi-sir«'ei, between Rus sell and Stephen si rout*, an allotment with a tin« outlook, tor which li«' gave £110. The other lots, lb ami l!i ot^bluok 10. in Jiourke tending bad; along |{ns»oli-sireet to Little Collim-strcet (lot 191. Mr. Unrderu >:ave £161) uud £ln.» r.^p.viivrly for. The measurement to KnsselJ.>trcei. about 4 ;iiti-i. 75 links. *1 ho puroha«i <• t' those allotments wa. made in Kimg-btroet, o:i.st.. S\dney. Mr. Hordern b.->ing a coaeh tnuk«T, hi-; workihopa L-miiu wlnuu "Truth" newspaper is ikiw print)'1!; Mrs. Honh-rn keeping a milliner'* simp on t!*«• eastoiu I'oimr u| tlM- laii>f. The Jate John 1.. H'<r dern (Moi'ii«rn Brothers!, gave written authority tUr this statement, Ins father. .John Hordern beiu" the lir...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CR. RICHARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

OR. RICHARDS. ' IIcr<* is nuoth'T civic man, Out Cobur£ way is ho— An up-to-dut»* ?mj. vou can bet, j As •'cute 11 j* Vine cun be. I Al points of order lie is jrreut; ♦ And. though lie never blowa, i H«*'s versed quite well ia L.C. law; j Yes, he's the cove as koowi.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CR. EMBLING. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

CE. EMBLING. Councillor TCmbling, Stock Exchange, You'U iiud bim at Pruhrun, When"* ho unions th«* mugwumps sits, Ami does the best he etui To make t lie streets a ad cleuu the drains. And sweep the footpaths dean— He is a bonder councillor, Tlio bonzorost we've seen. Ilie member of Parliament laJvvs mi oath when he joes into office, but its nothinff to the one be flies off wheu he's jot to leftt*.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WOES OF THE WACHORNS. WAS WIFEY INFLUENCED BY MRS. BURRELL? Serious Allegations Made. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

WOES OF THE WACHORNS. [ ! WAS WTTET rNTLTTENOED BT i MBS. BUBBELL? j Serious Allegations Mads. Evidence of ft sensational character re <jxTf^no allegations made by a husband against a vomm whom he said waa leading bis -rife astray was ?iTen daring the hear- : in^ of a maintenance C3sa at Norihcote 1 CoTirt. b-foro Dr. Cole, P.M., and Hoists, i Plan:., Bailer, and Edith, Js.P., cn ilon- j day. Tbs complainant waj ilary Ws£boni, a pleasant-featured girl. and she asked the ■ court to maJce an order for her and her baby's rapport against her husband, Robert | Waghom, The defendant, is a boounalicr, ' and roth careful attention to detail, be ap peared in court frith a cuiCir.® fringe o~er . ..i.jg each eyebrow in the recognised *'Bcnno" style. He must Huto derot^d an infinite amount of timo and pationcp to the eulfcrauca of his front locks, 25 they rrero perfect sp-eclinens of of elit« ol' push.'' itr. A. iL Lonio appeared for tho com plainant, and -Mx. N. XL Soneuber^ tor the...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

WHOLESALE Price, Griffiths & Co. 916 Little ColLiOft-straat. I

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LACTOBACILLINE TABLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

LACTOBACILLINE TABLETS. Prepircd under the authority ud scien tific control of PKOPESSOK METCHNIKOFF. t LactobaciIIine combats and arrests the de velopment of psthogeuic and • putrefactive germs in the intestinal canal. Bythis action I.actobacilline not alone ex er'.i a powerful influence in the restoration to and maintenance of perfect general health, bat is specially indicated in • AFFECTIONS OF TT1E DIGESTIVE TRACT. • 0 astro-enteritis, muco-membranous.entero colitis,- 'constipation, intestinal tuberculosis, typhoid fever,. tuSuenja, appendicitis, and intestinal catarrh. IN CASES OF AUTOINTOXICATIONS— cirrhosis oi the liver, chronic nephritis, ar teriosclerosis, chlorosis, anaemia, dyspepsia, etc. IN ALL CASES BUB TO ABNORMAL INTESTINAL FERMENTATION: IN ALL'CASES DEPENDENT ON DIS TURBANCES OF SECRETION of bile and pancreatic- ju^ce (gallstone, pancreatic dia betes). In diabetes, Lactobacilline by virtue of the fermentation which it sets up in the alimen tary sugars ditnin sbes th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WHO'S LYULPH STANLEY? VERY FEW KNOW; STILL FEWER CARE. A PEANUT KING FOR A PEANUT PEOPLE. THE SLIMY, SLOBBERSOME STANLEY SPLURGE Scathingly Summed Up for Suburban Snobs. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

WHO'S LYULPH STANLEY? VERY FEW KNOW; STILL FEWER CARE. A PEANUT KING FOR A PEANUT PEOPLE. THE SLIMY, SLOBBERSOME STANLEY SPLURGE Scathingly Summed Up for Suburban Snobs. (Bt SILAS STRONG.) It must be highly gratifying to tho leisured loafing classes, who exploit tho ■workers for their own personal benefit, io bo nble to fall upon their stummicks "bpfore a new social joss in the shape of a State Governor, without the slightest fear of the application of n vigorous boot from behind. Our snobs are as suredly the luckiest push of snobs in tho world. In what, then, lie-* the secret of their safety? How comes this peculiar anomalv, that, In a so-called democratic land lifcp Australia, the very lender oi' Victoria *3 .State Labor Party can complacently abase himself; can put on a froel: coat and u plug hat and cant and crawl and genuflect before an imported. nincompoop like this preposterous political popinjay of I n Stanley, without having his.own pro- | fessedly democratic followers rise...

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