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A NEW DANGER. NEW YORK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

A NEW DANGER. NEW YORK, Saturday. A wealthy Pittsburg real estate man, Mr. T. F. Jones, inadvertently almost blinded onwr'.of his guests at dinner on Thursday evening. Mr. Jones is a heavyweight, scaling nearly 18 stone, and after he had finish ed his meal he sighed with contentment una forced n button from his waistcoat with such force that it split into piece* and flew across the table. One plcce en tered the left eye of his friend, Mr. Christopher Smith, who was dining with him, and It is feared that the sight of this eye will be destroyed. Another piece hit Smith in the cheek, and scored a deep wound that took three stitches to mend. Blood poured from the cut, and Smith's eye was completely closed up.—(Cable.) Oh, diners out, bewaTe, beware, When you obey some grand behest To banquet with* a stout Lord Mayor, To watch the buttons on his vest. Beware the swelling aldermen. Who. leaning back, complacent, sigh. For then's the time—yen, really then— That you may well prepare to die....

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

A GRAZIER'S WILL. Probate has been granted to the will of; f Charles Hilton Dlght, grazier. late of' Bungowannah, near Albury, who died at Albury on December 1/ last. Deceased appointed Emma Elizabeth Dight. his w«ie, as sole executrix and trustee of his estate, the whole of which he bequeathed to her absolutely. The testator stated that the estates vested in him upon trust or by way of-mortgage, were'subject to tho trusts and equities affecting same. Tbe net value of tho estate was sworn at £25,386, of which £22,000 represented mortgages.

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

JUSTICE AT LAST! Can a man prevent his motlier-jn-Jaw from - coming to his house to see her daughter? This was the interesting point involved In a case that has just been disposed of in the Vienna courts. After a patient hearing of a great deal ot evidence the presiding Judge decided in favor of the mother-in-law, holding that she had a perfect right to visit her daughter in tho-tatter's own home.—Cable. Bow down your head, oh mere male man, Tou may, not close the door, Or place a dark domestic ban Upon your Sla-in-law; If she should visit for a week, " And. stay a year or two. Assume an attitude most meek— It is her legal due. Take heart, obedient little wife. Fear no domestic jar. Stand not in peril of youf'lifo' If you would. "see .Mama." Her bandbox and her parrot cage She safely may intrude Upon your hearth. Ho may not rage. Nor even yet be rude I. ' Buck, up grim-visaged lady , with •' A large and iron Jaw. . For now you may assert yourself Indeed us lia-in-I*A\V! Spread round...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SOCIETY'S SADDEST SCOURGE. Fighting the Red Plague. LABOR PROPOSES A CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ACT Pregnant Facts that Must be Borne in Mind. MORE THAN ONE DISASTROUSLY DESTRUCTIVE VENEREAL DISEASE Contagious Disease that Causes Deformity, Blindness, and Sterility. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

SOCIETY'S SADDEST SCOURGE. Fighting the Red Plague. HBOR PROPOSES A CONTAGIOUS DISEASES ACT Pregnant Facts that Must be Borne in Mind. TOE THAN ONE DISASTROUSLY DESTRUCTIVE VENEREAL DISEASE . i -Contagious Disease that Causes Deformity, Blindness, and Sterility, j (FROM SYDNEY "TRUTH," FEBRUARY 22, 1914.) regard-'to the other resolu tions passed at the rccent Political I,a Aor I„eague Conference, r\ deputation tfrom that body will shortly -wait upon (tho Minister-having char.ce of matters relating to the Public Health, and urge ^ilm to prepare a Hill embodying the Fevrn clauses ot the long resolution passed by the Conference in favor of tlie introduction of A CONTAGIOUS DHTCASES ACT. Tho object is a most laudable one. and •Trtll receive the support of the majority -of the people of all classes. It may re vive the opposition of the purblind puri tan pragmatJsts called Wowsers: but the "Wowsers can never be induced, in any lelcctorate where their votes are real J y Trainable, to give ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CITY MAN ACCUSED. OF LARCENY OF MINING SCRIP. Agent J. D. Seymour Remanded. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

CITY MAM ACCUSED. OF IiAHOENT OF Mn-THfQ SCRIP, Afent J. T>. Seymour Bexafldsa. In lis City Cotj*t on Tuesday. before ICr, P. J. Dwycr. P.1L, ir.-i y-isticcs, & young man named Jame* Dou~Us Seymour, 23 years of uro, a~cnL, whom ilr. P. J- Ridge way described £3 a well known C^-cre in tho Melbourne business world, holding a very important Pining 'machinery n^ercj, was presented on a charge of having. on No TornbcT 16 last, at, Broken Hill, feloniously stolen mining scrip in the New Lan^i Logau Gold Mining Company, cozs'stin^ 0? fifty paid-up shares valued at £55. A remand for a week was asked for by the po^e. ftRd granted, bail bein» fixed fit £150. Ifr. Ridgsway asked that a lower amount should be tied. Accused was not likely to levant. Apart from his agency. which was a valuable one, he was also possessed of considerable means in America, and was desirous o£ £x» ir.;j up his business affairs. If he was kept in racl it would entail much hardship upon liim and a considerab...

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

FOR EVERY ILL THERE IS A CAUSE Bat Many Tired, Rheumatic, Nervous People Don't Know How to Find It People whs at middle iga should P feol the fall strength and taargy of youth are often rheumatics, narrou, irritable, and inclined to worry too mack Then are spells of atter vwi ness, life it made miserahla by ooa»r*nt lsmnnnw and doll backache aad *isep is disturbed with pxin and dis*naang urinary disorders. Yon h*To tried to shako this off, and wonder why yon can't Probably yon hav» missed the hidden cause — aiclc kidneys Prompt treatment with Dom'a Back ache Kidney Pills would right things quickly. An active life weakens the kidneys, and something must be done to stimulate the little filters of the blco 1—to keep them working as thoy Bhould. Don't allow the Kidney trouble to get vorso. Start using Doati's Backache Kidney Pills, which have cured thousands, and must surely help yoa MELBOURNE TESTIMONY! Mr*. Copland, 14 Bftddon, Melbourne, sajt:—"My bus band OMd Do&n'ft Bickack...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST Second Series: No. VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

Second Series: INo. VIII. "Which o£ the multitude ol con- ( tradicting Christian ^ets-.ac" confirming itselt and controv U in- and confuting the vest, out oL, their own peculiar 1"V\pl,V'v1 tions or the Bible, °f T^ch,M make a great stumblingblock to unified Christian belie, and common Christian the salvation of souls—'nine*m these many warring cliul,ch.^"j1. scets can expect to ftid accept anee with sincere souls, true lovers o£ the ttcek and L > Jesus? No pious »»» 01 woman will he prompt to answer such a ciuestion—which is, indeed, p palling in its awful significance. "Man as mere man—impious, SwS Ai»5">u'D?>'Lui wretched blind worm a I0"l, facer of God s liandiwork^a feeble falterer 'upon the » world's altar stairs jhe|o Tennyson m spirit by P* nrone when he penned In p,one,"Hnti spiritualist oriam, taat poem of a future hopo Betott the veil": T!,^ viiih Uiil ol" tlifl '"'"'I whole is™, i*u Derives it not * "e^ul» The liiest Gcd triUun tho soul. i f&ltrr wUcr* 1...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (IN ADVANCE ONLY): PER ANNUM, 12s.; HALF-YEARLY, 6s.; QUARTERLY, 3s. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (is Advance Oki.t): PEB ANNUM, 12s. ; HALF-YEARLY, 6s.; QUARTERLY, 3s. Here thall thr Pres.? tli« TMtU'i rlrht nialctthj, Unawwl hv jnfWnw #ti<hinoribed bv f«ia. Hfre Tatrint Tctui her rlorrjus prfcepudraw, Pledged to Fraternity, Libmv and Lfttr. SATURDAY, FEBRUAIW 23, 1014.

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

MINISTER FOR JUSTICE FAVORABLE. Mr. 11. D, Hall, tin- Minister for Justice, in a brief Interview with a "Truth" repre sentative, said the wuole question hail been receiving attention from the l'rc mier, who was fully seized of the Import ance of the subject. t"u lar his Govern ment* moving along j'afe lines, had as.-is led t it« own institutions and hospitals in eum j batting the horrid plague, and had sup plied the latest modern remedy to all the iiuspltafc*. As far us any drastic rneasuies were concerned, however, he believed in esercisin« the utmost caution before in terfering with the liberty of the subject; out he understood, from all-round inquiry, that the provision compelling the detention of vagrant sufferers until they wore freed from the eviS had borne ^cod fruit, and it was a very wise provision. The whole question, though. was as My as It was important to th* general well-being of the community, and any legislation would re quire to be based on th»» experience, not only...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MOVING ALONG SAFE LINES. GOVERNMENT EXERCISING CAUTION. Liberal Government's Detention Act. AND WADE'S COMMENTS THEREON. POLITICIANS, PREACHERS, AND PUBLICISTS INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

MOVING ALONG SAPS LIKES. GOVERNMENT EXERCISING CAUTION. Liberal Government's Detention Act. jAND WADE'S COMMENTS THEREON. POLITICIANS, PREACHERS, AND PUBLICISTS INTERVIEWED. "With a view to obtaining the views of prominent politicians, publicists, clergy men and nieuical incn on the proposal put forward by the P.L.L. Conference. "Truth" obtained a nurnbe-r of interesting inter views. One and all agreed that the Red I Plague was the gravest scours* at pre sent threatening our national life, and inough tiiQVrent ingestions wore- put for ward as to th«- best means of attaining the desired goal. there was perfect una nimity In the carefully-expressed opinions ; as to the imperative necessity for strcnu | oiusly and scientifically grappling with I the dreadful disease which is nourishing I in our midst.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EX-NAVAL OFFICER'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

EX-NAVAL OFFICER'S VIEWS. An ex-naval cflicer, who bessed that bis name should not be dimmed for ob« rtoss-CTasoava-oaaj of oaeh fixa*rieac«_. in various pari* of the world, romem berod tin? time when the health authori ties in Ktigland had power to compel per-1 sons. whnm they had good reason to sus- \ pert of having infected others, to sub- j init to medical examination. The blur- ; jacket victims of the vampires would, he | said, divulge the source of their troubles. ; and the police would do the rest. The' want of tart possessed by thr ordinary ; police-constable, however, soon destroy- j ei whatever pood was likely to arise1 from the measure, They arrested.' through their own blockhL-adcdness. a . few perfectly innocent young women. I and caused an outcry against them and I their clumsy methods. If wisely admin j istered. however, such a law would have J no difliculty in coping with the terrible; j inroads mad* Into the health of the ! community, he felt sure; and if a special ...

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

EX-PREMJER WADE NON-COMMITTAL. Mr. G- Wade, when asked Ills views upon the matter, wan inclined to talk but little. He is evidently a believer in Cecil Rhodes' doctrine, that holding jjreat !dc:us is useless without the mtans to carry them out; and just now the Liberal politicians are too much in a minority e>;. eept to furnish points for their opponent*, and brains to be sucked by the political majority. However, it went without Fay ins, said Mr. Wade, that anything that tended to sump out of existence, or even stamp out from our own community only, such a dreadful scourge as that | which curses a certain .section of tlte, community in all bijr towns and seaports, was ;i blessing. Ref^rrin^ to the Jc-qisla- ' tion brought in by hL« own Government. P.-ovUinK for the inspection of vagrants, and their compulsory detention until they wore rendered less dangerous to the com- | munity, he .naid that inquiry in the proper( quarter would show that it had consider ably lessened the numbe...

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

MINISTER FOR LANDS' VIEW. The mo?t outspoken man in the Co- | voriminnt to-day, .Mr. Treile, Minister fot j Lands. who if. ever on the alert to aid j anything for the- b- nolit of humanity. w;is ' not disposed to discuss the question in ; detail. In his opinion it would bo well if ' medical m'-n became candid on tin* mat ter. and afforded tin* mlid information m very nec< ^sary in i-rapplinp: with such a far-reaching problem. The press. ton. w< ulJ bo patriotic and t.oblo in commen cing a campaign of public instruction con cerning the dreadful scourge, in order t .> bring homo to the minds of the mas of the people its terrible dangers and th~ b«*5t moans of combatting them. The pros.5: could, if it wished, elicit wj;ho»i much trouble complete information from those in a position to know—sucn us the superintendents «<f hospitals, medical m«-n, esp'-rts who had studied the question, in spectors of police, etcetera. The im-ss could open a campaign ba...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DOINGS IN DIVORCE. THE GARDEN OF LIFE. Sigh-press, Orange Blossom, Prickly Pairs. Buds, Blooms, and Bloomers. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

pi i THE GARDEN OF LIFE / /Sigh-press, Orange Blossom, Prickly Pairs. Buds, Blooms, and Bloomers. The IVbruary Hitting.? of tho Divorco Court were continued on Tuesday be fore tho Chief Justice, Nir John Mad den, the following cases being heard:— OLD COUPLE PART. Squabble Ovor Kippered Herrings, Humble Hubby Kit. "It's a^ wonder tfceso people wero over married at nil" was the remark of his Honor when ho had heard tho story told bv Bertel Kelson, or' War burton, in support of his application for a dU-olntion of bin marriage with Fiuma Nelson, nor? of Wellington-road, I.auncenton, Tasmania, on the ground of desertion. Mr. L. S. Woolf (in structed by Messrs. McCutcheon and McCutcheon) appeared for the pe titioner, a typical old, wiry, partially de-a* Teuton, On their marriago on January 7, I 1?PL>, both parties were having a, second dip iu tho matrimonial sea, one being a widower and the other a widow, their respective ages being thou G2 and 4L\ Petitioner had a small holding on m v...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"AN INSOLUBLE PROBLEM." Coldness Followed by Desertion. Wife's Strange Conduct. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

"A2T INSOLUBLE PBOBLB6L" Coldness Followed by Desartioa. Wife's Strange Conduct. '.Six months' happiness, ten months' gradually increasing acd inexplicable roolnes*. and then it was all over. Such was the story of the married life of George Hamilton Wall, 20, gardener, of High-street, Burwood, and Violet Mary Wall, 2D, formerly Yeitch, which begun • finder the brightest au.spices at Heidel- I berg on March !£, 190S. Wall then | had a dairy farm near Burwood, but j It wnsn't 1 ong before his wife began ' to tiro of the country life, which, she j declared, was "no good to hor." lie ; tnd his wife had known each other all i their lives, and what caino over her he j rould not i-ako out, but after the first ' »ix months of their married life alio loomed to lo.se nil interest in the home, And to turn cold towards him, going po far a* to refuso him his conjugal ri/rht.-?. Finally she a«l-:ed him to give hor £f>U so that she could go away. This he refused to do, and she threatened to sel...

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

W-jm m lies It is about time the Searchlight was turned on the Sewing Machine Busi ness I thank "Truth's" readers for the hundreds of congratulations 1 havo received for placing u high-grade ma chine on the murket ut uuch a low figure. And now for one month only I will scLl £14 DROP-HEAD MACHINES For £6 15s. £12 MACHINES .For £4 15s. £10 10s. MACHINES For £3 17s. 6d. £8 HAND MACHINES For £3 15s. £6 10s. HAND MACHINES For £2 17$. Gd. Needlea for every mako of sewing maehiue, Gd. do2on. Oil,, largest bottle, Od.; Belts, Od.; Bobbins, Id. cach. And I will give £1,000 to the chari ties of Australia if any sowing machine sold in Australia costs moro to produce than tho Veritas. Writo or Call. Terms arranged. i, 21 Controway Arcadj, off Collins,street. 282 Clapel-strcot, opposite Big Stors, Prahian. 33 Arcaflo. AAclald*. off B0Sfili-stru«,

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

ANOTHER BEHOICO UDY CUREO; Or BACKACHE, GRAVEL, AND KIDNEY TROUBLE. By Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills. j *'I suffered with niy back and kidneys for ' years. 1 also bad {Travel," vrritoj Mrs. I Catherines Kovre, of Rose-street, Bendigo, I Vic. ''Tii® paiu was right across th? kid j ncTg, and would be there day and nl?ht. : ; My Etcrotions were liko red mud. I also ■ | had a shooting pain in tho side; indeed, 1 couJJ not. e!c?p for pain. I tried all sorts ; of doctors' medicine and linituent, but they 1 did not do i=o a bit of good, to the doctor , in the hospital oj:xcd m* a real itrong bot 1 Us of medicine; but it did not tako any cffect on me. Hcally I thought I would never well a^ain. I happened to fier* on a card, 'Dr. Sbeldon'3 fiin PiUs for the kidneys/ and pot a bottle to try. I had only taken a few doses when I felt much better. 1 kept on takinc them for a short tim<\ end now I fool a new woman, for I never have a pain. Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills are wonderful, as all who tr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NATHAN BEAR'S UNPAID BILLS. MAN WITH A POOR MEMORY. Cannot Remember Incidents Until Threatened by the P.M. With Incarceration in the Cells. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

NATHAN BEAR'S UNPAID BILLS. MAN WITH A POOR MEMOBY. Cannot Rozneznber Incidents Until Threatened by the P.M. With Incarceration in the Cells. Nathan Boar, a swarthy individual, who, by his cbarg'-s against men occupying pro zr.ineut pysmyus, h.s Soc ahstie effusion*, and h>3 court experiviiix-s, h^s made b.ujstflr no tor.ous, was proceeded aguiusi ct the Sou;h AiL^buurue Louri oa Wedutsuay, on traud summons, by Vviiiiuw iicLeiiuu to show cuUac ubv be iiau not sausned uu order 01 iii- oour. ujuuc ou Juuuniy 1Z, 1S1*., to jMy to iue juugiucm cjcai.or £iu, wtih 2js. uup-wii. Whsn liear was briore vao Court UXM piuVtous wu-» Uc- w.» VLiy ag*,r«r*s.ve .n b:«» ujai.iiwT tju^rds ibc juao^-s oa luu bvitcb, unu ibt cas« was uujourueu :vt ihe awteud m.ce 01 the jjoiice UiJi»iSi:atc. Ou the case bt-ii:,; c-Ji-'u on o:j \» ouutiuav, die bench was o.cup >-d Ly Mr. Itcau ilurp .y, auJ Messrs. tfaragwanath una Ja^o, Jd-I'-, and bear was dclendtd by iir. L.v:»u*, waiic Mr. Car.oil appeared lo...

Publication Title: Truth
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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
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