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CAPTAIN BATTERSBY'S MISSUS. SUES FOR SUPPORT. Strange Allegations of Cruelty. Captain's Version of the Ructions. Non-Conjugality the Cause. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

CAPTAIN BATTERSBY'S MISSUS. SUES TOE S0PPOET. Strange Allegations uf Cruelty. Captain's Version of tlio Euction3. Hou-Conjugality tlio Cause. j The refusal of marital rights on the part ! of hia xrifo was ono of the principal reason* j pivun u» to why Jatucj Battersby, a forenia® ! carpenter, employed by tho Railway Depart* ! incut ot Sunshine, had left her without ! means of support, when Isabella Margarot . Batteisby proceeded against ber hu/oand .'il | the Flctauigton Court on Tuesday for maia ( teruuico of herself and child. Mr. C. >1. io i Farlauo appeared for complainant, and £ni» j A. 1C. Jones for dcfeudujit. j Mr. McFarlanc, in opening lli»> c.ve, sa;d that just over three years upo defendant had left his wife, statiny at the time that lifl w^uhl make her a vaeUy allowance, A nnnll allowance was made fur some time, th^n ia January, 1913, Dr. A. K. Jones, acting • behalf of Battershy, wroiu to compluinaut, callirip upon her to return <o hrr hu^bim-l, but Bat...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
REBECCA GRAY OUTED. SORROWING SON SUED. For Retaining His Dead Father's Watch. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

REBEGGA GRAY OUTED. SORROWING SON SUED. for Eotaintaf HiB Dead Father's Watch. Lawyer Pcrcy J. Itidgeway, in the District Court on Tuesday, severely castigated ft mar ried woman named Ilebccca Gray, of 71 KoppeWatrect, Carlton, who proceeded against a young man of good appearance, named Norman Coonoy, wliose address was given &s at Druiumond-3trcet, Carlton, for the recovery of a gold hunting lever watch, Talued at £18, formerly tho personal pro perty of defendant's father, but which plain tiff alleged to bo hers. Mr. Head Murphy, P.M.,- and Messrs. J. J. Eogors aud JJ. Al ston, Js.P., comprised the lJcncb, and Mr. W. S. Doria represented Mrs. Gray. The latter, well-featured except for thin lips set in a determined lino, and nicely attired, said that sbe was a married woman, residing with her husband. SHK WAS SOLE EXECUTRIX and a legatee under the will of the late Thomas Cooney (father of defouJanl), grocer, carrying on business lip till the dato of bis death in Carlton. Pri...

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

How to be happy on wash day: use THATS WHAT MOTHER USES

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

„ - • A | She Wouldn't Recover. j e ' • ■ Ail Extremely Bad Case oi | Anaemia Mede Strong ana j Hearty by Dr. Williams" i Pink P,ila. | Mrs. W. S. -Atkinson, of Milton, Bris bane, becamo so ill and weak through Anaemia that eho had constant fainting turns, and at Inst had to go home to her mother to bo nursed. llcr friends , thought she would not recover. Mrs. Atkinson, who lives in McDougall btrect, explained to qq interviewer that she owes her present good health to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. They gave her the new blood her system was so much in need of. She said:— j ''I'was interested in Mission Work, ' and I think I over-taxed myself with it, for gradually my health failed- I went from bad to worfe. My strength went absolutely, aud for months I was | so weak I could not sit up to tho table ' for meals. I would lie on tb«» couch ! and the tray would bo on the chair at j my bid»'. I could not dream of eating I solids, I had -arrowroot and milk foods ! and a wafer of dry toast, bat ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AN AFFILIATION CASE. MARRIED WOMAN SUES PARAMOUR. He is Ordered to Part Up. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

AN AFFILIATION CASE. MARRIED WOMAN SUES rAKAMOUE. H« Is Ordered to Part Up. | Annie Nicholas appeared at the Frxliran j t^ourt on Monday to demand maintenance | for an illegitimate child from Kdward Hill. Mr. K, J. Y. 2>ig»u appeared for com plainant, and Mr. H. II. Hoar© for the ! defence. | The t*>mplaii»a»t said alio was a worker ! at Morris and I*ad wick's, where *ho «;ot to j know IliU, who waji a lorry driver. They i became very iuiimaU) friend#, and she wont • i<> reside with him. As a factory worker | hrr Trusts were 25^., while Kdward's wero £2, ye.t he allowed her to pay the rent of | tbo houso where they wero. • To Mr. Iloore: Hill turd to visit her very frcqucntlv while sbfi was at, Mrs, Chalmers's house in Sunmons-strcct, South Yarra. Mr. Nigan: Did you walk out with him | much?—Yes; wo w<t»> j OFTKN TOUETHEIt . on Satnrda- nights. | • In the courso of a I«Q;;ihy cro**-cxainma> tion by llr. Uoare, witness she was a ( married woman. H...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WHAT MAY JONES CALLED ERNEST BINGHAM. AND WHAT THE MAGISTRATES DID TO MAY JONES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

! WHAT MAYTOHES CALLED j ERNEST BINGHAM. I AND WHAT THE MAGISTRATES | DID TO MAY J0NE3. "1 ha?»s ivo idfta what I did or said," fx pl:iii:cd Itay JoutR, in the Carlton Court on i Monday, when asked how sbo pleaded to | il)« charjjo of usin.^ insulting words, and putting her foot through a pane of class, in the bousn of a man named Ilrncst Bing ham. who resides in P.-ilhani-stroet. Bui? Lata is th/> father of six children, and on - the 14;h inst., was Mttens outside hi* house ! n; P o'clock at ui?hi, when May hove in It was a Lot nipbt, and, according tn Hmsjham. May had imbibed not wisely, | but too \v«tl. S!ie had, iu fact, oiled hor throat jo well ihut her tonirue- ran away rr»i,h hrr, and ?ave vjic !o fearful txpri>>^ sioiw, the reverse of complimentary to Mr. • Ji.u'ju.-vsu a apn<%jTamf\ and ilie ?rf>lf:»fe of ; hi4 children. At 1.30 Ihe follow;u2 morn i itic liiJi?haui was awakened by a fearful crash. and jumping out of bod, found that \ the front vr.ndow...

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

"XO WOKSK THAN* A IIATlt CUT." - "tfir,—Your u^Uiaut, lim iust irtraeU-d » nurubcr of u-Mh tor nn* (15 In alb, anJ if was no worse than harinz your hair cut. It was painless. 1 visited three other demist.-', but their work could not bo compared \o yours; was cren pulled to thn floor. It. is foolish to k^eo decn?ed teeth in vour mr.ijth."' —P. RANKS. Wallaroo. 15/1/14. RenmiM £6/6/ Set*, now £3/3/. W. K. TTIOMAS, . . Elix*beth-«irfc«t (opp Equitable )

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOPSY TURVY POLITICS. TASMANIAN TWISTERS AND TRAITORS. Labor Party Helps Liberal Government. Members Fear for the Safety of Seats. Labor Electors Badly Sold. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

| TOPSY TURVY POLITICS. TASMANIAN TWISTEKS AND TRAITORS. I Labor Tarty Helps Liberal Government. : Members Tear for tbc Safety of Seats. Labor Electors Badly Sold. • vFrom "Truth's" Tasmania!! GorrcBpoudent.) j Tasmaniaru gt ncrally arc watching un* ' folding of un* or the moat unique political ' kituations which han yot arisen in any Aus* | tralian State. Electors havo returned to ! Parliament an Opposition which resolutely refuses to oppose; ami, aa an Opposition in terested mainly in helping Jtinistera to retain j hold of the Treasury benchca, it is a quite I now product, tii« movements of which an" i not. to be easily predicted. The Tasmanian ■ Labor Party new oou*:Rt« of 15 mrmbera, ; which, in a ITeu?e of 30, gir^s mori than I one-half of the power, because one of the ' Liberal*' 15 ocupie* the Speaker's Chair. ■ Y«t the Labor Party is not th<? Government, i and, apparently, dors not want lo become I the Government. Mr. Earle and his followers ! may do or b" anythin...

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

Pare and palatable.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AN ABANDONED INFANT. SINGLE WOMAN TO BE PROSECUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

AN ABANDONED INFANT. SINGLE WOMAN TO BE PKOSEC0TED, A single x?omau uaro*d Nellie Enau, a^rd who trav* birth to a male child at I2al !:;rat Kast on January 2-' of this year, is Id puumioiM-J on a char::* of having r.ban* doiuvl tKa infant, Th* b'.iby boy. it appear*;, '.the found In a filed on the uri-m sc-s of Vs-'An'i father, Mr. Joseph F.can, of Dnini monJ-sire»;t norih, on Monday morning last. When tho police learned of lb.* discovery, they «usocc:xvl ilm the mother of tJu? child v.;s Nellie E«an. arA an interview with that yomj,' woman eii'minaicd in a coafeasiou tbu; she Lad zivon BlItTU TO THE CHILI). and that ?he» had lott it on her parent'^ premises b'-catise she? knew it would be well cared for until fhe couh) Tel a wtuation, and pay for iu. rupport, This vonm* woman prior to her i\>t!fmeiucr;t had boon in ein pMyiiiir.t at A-ar'>. \>h""* she mot a man ■who heirnyM her. When Mrs. Egun was apprised of Nellie's tad atory, ;h-- showed jjreau sur:»r-i»o. t»t-d profane...

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

A CLERGYMAN'S OPINION. I Whi'-n interviewed upon the matter by • a r»jpr»*s^ntative ef this journal. th»- Ilev. i Or. Zillman, a Church of England cler^y | man. who has reached the ripe old aire uf TO. .said that he entirety agreed with tiif' resolution passed by the Labor Con ference. "I should certainly say." paid Dr. Zill man. "thai I a^'ree with every clause con tained in the resolution. H i.s a matter • ■I' vital iijitjortui.ce to the community at arid J think that the I«abor I'arty shi ukl fvArh : sly exercise its rl«;ht to rarry out beneficial legislation, and attend to this a;; soon as practicable. It is a practical matt'-r that should have been th<> subject of legislation Ion;,' ayo. If the Labor Puny parsed an act ori the lines ,svi out in the resolution, it would simply I mean that the disease would be qunran i tir.vd. Any person who looks at the inat i tor either from a hygienic or race building j point cf view should, and must, approve of the lines of legi...

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

MINISTER CANN'S OPINION. Y."hiIo in agreement that the srourse j should be combated In every fair rnan | ner possible, Mr. Cann thought that one lor t'.vo of the clauses of the rerojution carried by the P.L.Ij. Conference wore a little drustie, and would require t-> bo modified before they could k'iw satisfac tion to the mass of tho people. The first clause wa.s not a wife provision, for h" im-diea! men were compelled to notify all secret ailments. the allied remedy would ' work more mischk-f than the disease, arid 1 wculd undoubtedly defeat the object the i movers of the resolution had in mind— > the .suppression of the scourge. He did j not like the fourth clause, providing for I (he periodical examination of unfortmi . ates, which had been discontinued in Queensland and other portions of civili sation where It was once expected to work wonders in preserving the health of the p..opl»\ P.ejrardir.K the fiftn clause, 'that pofffr be ;:iven to the health authorities to compel a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A MOTHER AT FIFTEEN. FLIGHTY FLORENCE AVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

A MOTHER AT FIFTEEN. i FLIGHTY rLCKSNCE AVEET. A ?ah;ci tiamou irioi<-ti o ruitri that she had si\'i-r:il bov *fcc hod "1,'uih; ikh ;uui unduly iuT. cpoiLiibJe ;or mo ar.> Criminal Court 0:1 &poCkabie-lojtu:._'. \v«-u-Lij naiucd Jatuts Peonies, i' before M-r. Ju=?.;cc w.tu iwruij ooia aitUd & sor»uus uticnco on tho FLIGL1TY rLOiui.vcE I tts far b-ck as tlq i^;duic ci March of last I year. Ilo pleaded not ^uwty, and was de- ' feuded bv -Mr. M. Lazarus, Mr. J. A. Gur- ■ oer prosocutiM? o« btb:ui c: the Crown. Florence P e;irl . Avery . res din- in Moir street, saad ti e h-«J . known tbe accui; d for several v ilor first meeting with Iiitn was on oi :as;oa when she was coiuine boinc from ?:hc; >!. Subsequently ho cailod at ber parc:i use lo ddirer chaff, and she ut-cd ,il: to ham. On a Friday night in Mar; :h c; last : vo-r. she was aJonc in ibe house. tnottn r having gone to a play. Peopie the house and com mittcd a si?*. upon her. She «ave birth to a ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A GOOD GIRL'S STORY. "The Ninety and Nine with Vanity Assume that Heaven is Theirs!" [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

A GOOD GIRL'S STORY. "The Ninety and Nine with Vanity Assume that Heaven is Theirs!" The wowsers of Boroniu wero fine, assorted Narks, Who gazed upon Tom Silverton liko sour, unfriendly sharks. "Ho drinks!" tbev gasped in rectitude, these coves whoso Christian smilo Was kept nlone for hypocrites who walked the Sabbath aisle. "This man does not confide in us, nor toll us what he is," Said they with solemn visages—"I wonder what's his bis!" Just one* good girl to Silvorton held out her fingers slim— Buth Blake, whose Dad cussed angrily: his Christian name was Jim I She loved him! yes, as women will, in spite of all tho world She saw the MAN* in Silverton, and so her challenge hurled At all tho wowiing hypocrites who walked the narrow way— You know tbi?« typo of" citizen, who NEVER goes astray! "There'll be more joy above," she said, "o'er one outside the fold, Than over all these perfect ones"—her hand was good to hold! "Tho ninety and r.ino with vanity assume that heaven is theirs— T...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TWO LECHEROUS LADS. ASSAULT ON GIRL OF THIRTEEN. In Brutal Manner. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

TWO LECHEROUS LAOS. ASSAULT ON GIEL OF THIRTEEN. 1 la B ratal Manner. Two tads named William Ladnor and Hoy Jteiffcl. *?ed 14 and 15 rcspeci-ivelv, were brouqht before Mr. Justice Hodden et tb*? Ballarat aitUuga of the Supreme Court ou Tuesday, on a cbarjrt of bavins indeeentJ.r a&siulted a gir! of 13 named Emily J(wi» Begbie, ®t Ballarat Bast, on November 2^, 1913. Botb boy*. who "leaded not jmiliy, were undefended. the c"aso for the Crown be-ins conducted by Mr. ,1. A. Ourner. . The evidence for tbf> prosecution showed that the accused \vwro in tlio Town llsdJ Gardens on Sunday ^SovurnV.er 23. when the little jrirl Bczb'e camn alou^ jur an afi-r noou walk. Proceed:!!? to Uie U'rni-ry, tlif sat down on a scat, and notkvl ui»; abused boverinj wear bcr. 1-alnrr ;«ppro:tcbed hr>r, aud invited bor to accorup;iiir fcim on * walk to the L^lav Fhe declined his invita tion, and walked awar., The p:iir of yo'.in^ ruriiaus foJ.'ott-ed her. and j.h.» wa* ar <vud:nr so...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WHAT THEY SAID. Comments Upon The Interviews. MINISTER HALL'S "MOST CAUTIOUS" POLICY. A Victorian Instance of How It Was Overdone. THE PERSECUTION OF HEALTH DEPARTMENT CHIEF DR. HAM. WHO PROVED THE PREVALENCE OF SYPHILIS IN VICTORIA. NECESSITY OF THE WALESIAN GOVERNMENT SEEKING ADVICE IN THE RIGHT QUARTERS. CARE THAT SHOULD [?] EXERCISED CONCERNING THE COMPULSORY DETENTION PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

WHAT THEY SAID, j Comments Upon The Inter views. ICTNISTER HALL'S "MOST ' CAUTIOUS" POLICY. j A Victorian Instance of How It ! Was Overdone. j THE PERSECUTION Or HEALTH ' DEPARTMENT CHIEF DR. HAM. j WHO PROVED THE PREVALENCE OFj SYPHILIS IN VICTORIA. NECESSITY OF THE WALESIAN | GOVERNMENT SEEKING ADVICE IN THE RIGHT QUARTERS. CARE THAT SHOULD 2E EXERCISED ■ CONCERNING THE COMPULSORY ] DETENTION PROPOSAL. In t:.in^-. \vt- -ie reports | • ■ a iiurnLvr- intui-vi.-ws with well-! kUi.v. ri i.'uni'iTr.iij-' the request re-' Political Labor League, .a thr- initiative jf tin- Australian Workers' Union, fori pacing of I A ^ONTA'nOUS PISHAPKS ACT. j !; v.-:11 ho :--c(>n that. apparently. there is a strung con.setK'i.- of opinion among i thus-- who !iu\> }.'ive11 attention to the' nutter in !':tw.r of .1 i.'ontau*io\:s DiL-easeP : \< t. 1 Yrtainly. th»-ri; ar<* differences of | opinion vvitn r«-!j.;td to (it-tails; but none, uf tiiofe whom <iur representa...

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)
SLUM MISSIONARY SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

SLUf»t MISSIONARY SPEAKS. P..-v. Stanley I». Varrinston, soli? orjran i5.-r ajvJ HCi.Tf.-taiy of tin? City Mission Zon«', who. vvitli the aid of a stafT of willing workers, has for a great number i of years been frequenting the slum areas of Sydney, and doles ell in hit power to Improve tho mode of llvte.T of the lower classes, expressed himself as ?tronpiy in j favor of the proposed legislation 10 a "Truth" reporter who callcd on him yep- I terday. Mr. VarrinRton clearly staled his I views and opinions fearlessly, and re- ! purdless of any adverse criticism that i might be levelled against him. 1 "With ropard to tho claupo dealing with compulsory notification of the disease," nld Mr. Yarrinpton, "I would certainly say that is one ot the jjreat needs ot the community, and it really should have been the subject of legislation years and years apo. In cafes of otJier infectious discuses Immediate notiiieatlon is necessary. so > why not so with this disease, which stands | out foremo...

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

the minister for education. Mr. Cnrmiclmel wn? convinccd Ojat the subject was most important, Inasmuch as experiments made in Melbourne not so ionjj »u:o demonstrated that, of a larj;e number of persons examined. nearly SO per cent. of thern w^ro found to bo in fected to a greater or lesser decree. In almost Jill cases, too. the sufferers wore persons of respectability, who were Inno- i cent victims of others, and wero some times finite unaware that their blood had ' hern contaminated, because they bad f lived most regular lives, but suffered j through heredity. It looked as If people were more or Jess Inoculated, and endured what at ojv time could not be cured. Suffering humanity, however, had to rely far" more upon medical science for free dom from their Ills than upon l-^al enact ments, and he was sanjnitn" enough to think that science would eventually oust tin' scourge from the people, ffenerall.v lie was in agreement with the resolution carried at the I'.L.L. Conference, and tb...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE PURPLE PALACE As It Was: As It Is: It Should Be. SCANDALOUS CANCEROUS GROWTH IN CITY'S HEART Shockingly Neglected by Authorities. EX-COPPER GALVIN'S AIMS AND ASPIRATIONS. "Truth's" Advice: Banish the Barmaids; Thereby Purging the Precincts of Libidinous Loungers. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

THE PURPLE PALACE SCANDALOUS CANCEROUS CROWTH IN ' CITY'S HEflRT Shockingly Neglected by Authorities. EX-COPPER GALVlN'S AIMS AND ASPIRATIONS. "Truth's" Advice: Banish the Barmaids; Thereby Purging the Precincts of Libidinous Loungers. Complaints continue to be made to Truth" concerning the oonduci of the Palaco Hotel—ro-ehristened tho "Grand Ontrnl Hotel"—which is Bituated in Uourke-stroet. in tho very heart of the city, and which, under previous manage ment, earned for itself such ari evil reputation that its natno became a | k/nonym for all that was putrid in social j life. ; This paper, for a number of year.-;, j persistenly exposed tho Mesaalinaiau i modes nrnl methods of the proprietor, j John Alfred Wilson, which wero as j peculiar as tho*e of Brot JJarto's Cbin<y» J and as stem-htul sui the iii-sido of tho ( Augean stafclo which it took a Horcul&s | to cleans. ! T/m cunning old covo— who employed I demireps in his bars, and waxed wealthy j on th* public co...

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