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MUMMERANDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

.MUMMERANDOM. A thrilling representation n; n fijjhl on a moving irii'.n tonus the main feature of 'The Shor.ir ami the Kustier," ono of the new star films at Hoyt's Pictures for the coniin? we?):. 'J'ho other bis attraction is "Between tbo III flu Sights." | The appealing slcry tint forius the basis of "The lli-frl," is doubly attractive when presented a-? it is by Allen Doone'a compary at the Princess's. The romantio arngtiig cnincoian himsivf has taken u firm hold on the hearts of all patrons, and not alone the i Irish. ^ A cyclist rcjoicinjj in the name of Caliph Calypso, promises a sensational iitsl appear ance nt. Luna Park on Saturday inpbt. when he will ride round tJ:o sccnic railway. The military baud, ClarJi-llazajlhau aerial act, j and other features are becoming increasingly j popular. I Well aetcd, and carrying. almost imper» ceptibly, a moral lesson, "The Ninety and X;nc."*at the King's, promises to rival in popularity the Port Bailey Company's pjece do resistance. "On...

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

LAST DAYS OF FREE TREATMENT BY THE WONDER-WORKING AND HEALTH-GIVING D ¥ WW* As the Yeedee Specialists are definitely obliged to leave Melbourne on account of engagements in other Cities, they beg to announce the Last Day of Free Treatment at the Yeedee Institute, 120 Queen Street, will be Tuesday, 3rd March. .', All Sufferers from such painful complaints as Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Neuritis, Neuralgia, Neurasthenia, Kidney and Liver Troubles, Constipation, Piles, Goitre, Paralysis, Insomnia, Stiff Limbs and Joints, Deafness, Catarrh, &c., should therefore come at once to the EKE INSTITUTE, 120 Queen St and obtain relief from their pains. If yon cannot come to the Yeedee, the Yeedee will come to you. Send at once for Yeedee Illustrated Book, sent Free on request. The Adelaide Yeedee Institute will be Open for Some Weeks. Longer. The Price of ©3/ Plus 1/- for Postage. The Veedee OOI'T DELAY fc£a~r; J ID AT O! 'HE VEEDEE INSTITUTE, 120 QUEEM ST., MELBOURNE at S6-SS FLINDE...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BIGGINS THE BOUNDER. Seduces Single Girl. Another Westralian Pilgrim. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

I BIGGINS THE BOUNDER. i Seduccs Single Girl. Another Westralion Filgrlnu Margaret Biggins looked mucli loss than her ."0 years as, lier neat tiguro smartly garbed in black, she told of the infidelity of Robert James Biggins, seven years lier senior, wlio, beside# breaking up his own homo, had ruined the life of a young woman who had apparently be<*om« infatuated witV him. At the time of their marriage in 1800 respondent was a laborer, and after living at vi*rmiuh plaecs in tho rountry th<;y cmni' to Melbourne, and he got a job an gripman on tlio trams. There hud been four children of tho maninyo, threo being now alivo, and their liven had be-.'a quite happy until about two vi-ars ngo. They were then ( living at Brunswick, and one evening j petitioner saw her husband walking to- , ward-* (Vburg in company with two j women. When she asked him who they I were ho said they wcro a mother and • daughter, who woro frequent passen- , i;vr.i on Ins tram. She often saw ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BLUDGING BLIGHTER BARNES GETS HIS DESERTS AT LAST. Judge Eagleson Hands Out Indeterminate Sentence. The Second-hand "Gun" of Gertrude Street. Story of His Married Life. Drives His Girl-Wife to Prostitution; And Deserts Her When She Is Ill. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

BLUDGINC BLIGHTER BARNES GETS HIS DESERTS AT LAST. I Judge Eagloson Hands Out Indeter minate Sentence. The Second-hand "dun" of Gertrude i Streot. I Story of His Married Llfo. { Drives Hia Girl-Wife to Prostitution; j And Deserts Hor When Sho Is Hi. [ In ftoutcnciu^ Henry Jo3cph Barnes, coi> victcd ot fc-co.ivin^' stolen property, to thr«*.e yt'itrrt and nino roontb»' inipriwmuient, una ordorinrj that ho thereafter he detained iu a reformatory prison at the Governor'! pleasure, Judpo Kagloson on Monday last rendered signal service to ih« commuiuty it I.ir^o. Barncj, who3o Kc-nil-flafij, and yet ^en^ral hui4,'-lo<; appcarance, a.i» once proclaimed Uini a mv.mbct of the bludxtinjr spiele-^ tide, was * «;oou sample of Hin kind, ncsU that pollute the community in every large r/ nt.re of population. The main features of his phvKio^iKtmy were shifty eyes that could uevvr loo!; a portion straight in Qw? fac*. and abnormally larjo pendulous ears, whUe, of Ut-5 at ariyrati*, be...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BEER IN BED. Loves Love and Worries Wilson. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

BEEB IN BED. Loves Lots and Worries Wilson. John Audrey Wilson, 44, of 410 Lonsdalc-street, laborer, sought a dis solution of his marriage with Charlotte Augu3ta Wilson, formerly Waple3, on the ground of adultery with Thomas Love, who was joined as co-respondent. Mr. TI. Barrett, instructed by Mr. J. B. Kidston, appeared Tor ih<j petitioner. ' The marringe took pluco on February 11, 1011, and the parties takiug up their abode in Sydney-road, Brunswick, it -wasn't long before there were rows. Tho honeymoon, such as it was, hadn't Cot beyond the first week when Char lotto Augusta didn't get home at all one night. Petitioner some time later went to Sydney for three mouths to a jol), and during that time he sent his wife £13. When ho returned to Mel bourne they lived at Drvburgh-street, North Melbourne, and It was there, about April, 1913, that ho first Buspect- ; ed respondent- of going absolutely 1 wrong. She arrived iiomo after mid- ; night ono night very full, but was in-...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MUNICIPAL MESS AND MUDDLE. WHAT HOBART RESIDENTS SUFFER. Where Monopolists Rule a City. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

MUNICIPAL MESS AND MUDDLE. • WHAT HOBAJRT RESIDENTS SUITER. Wioro Monopolists Eulo a City. * (From "Truth'*" Tasmaniaa Correspondent.) The Hobart City an all-round hiud city where the net months uro, the maximum an iudiv.uual might hold an and eveu hot* plural voters . . cm-rote their less well of! neighbors to the extent of four to one. It wus accented as t quite a revolutionary innovation in tho ciric j hie of the place when Parliament last sea* I sion reduced tho MAXIMUM VOTING POWER from seven to four. Uufortunatelr, very i little benefit, is hkely to remit f:om the change. It is stiil possible, as it alway* has been, for a few rich people to successfully out-rote all the rest of the coimnttmty. As the few rich people who liold the voting p.iwer nre actuated l>v interests which nre ; antagonistic to the zee of the community, ; the Working nun and wonun, who reaily ke,vp : the place uiimiiiL\ a'.wav- ar«* on:-voic:i. That the handful * effect, return their a i* composed not on...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
INDECENT ASSAULT ON FARMER'S DAUGHTER. STRUGGLE FOR AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

INDECENT ASSAULT OH FARMER'S ! DAUGHTER. STRUGGLE FOB AN HOBS. i A young man named James Burrs vras ; charged before Jlr. -Ju.V.iro Hodges at. tk<' | Ballnrat- sittings of the Supreme Court on I lucsday with bsviug on December 1 Ia«t ■ assaulted with iu:*:it a girl named Lily i Coombs. Mr. J. A. Gurncr prosecuted on j b^haif of the Crown. I L:iv Coombs, a farmer's daughter, s to ted ■ tint on 1.'somber 1 she lefi borne to 'nke luncheon to bfr father, who wr.3 working about, three-quarters of a mil* distant. During her journey cue met accused, who AN* IMPROPER PROPOSAL to her. ciiO rejected bite, but be persisted in bis attentions and etiized hvr. She struggled, ami asked him to release; ber, but .•j.us-- 1 to tjo s?. fch-* smr.'-kd v.-i:b h.m for about un hour.'.:ur'u- vh-cb time be coin milted a swious assault upon ber. When siit? at length mpnaged to get. away from 1 him, she went borne. i Dr. Foster pave ericencc cn to having cx : amined the pirl four days after the as...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BIGAMIST'S PECULIAR PLEA. Wife Deserved No Consideration. His Second Venture Was Not Deceived. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

BIGAMIST'S PECULIAR PLEA. Wife Deserved No Consideration. His Second Yeaturo Was No; Deceived. I A p:ea fo.- i:nicncy for a br^amiai was i based on unusyal grounds :n the Criminal j Court on \N uln'.fuay. wliun a nirudle-ased { iban uaracd Ch&rles WiLiatu AJhcon war. : in the dock ami piewied rxuity to ; that offen'.\\ .Mr. A. C. Morle*- who ap^arcd for the • prisoner, to make the plea, informed his i Honor, ilr. Justice Cussen, thai ibe B'-'^cnd ! wife, yt th^ ti:n« «>h.; through the form j j. marr.a^e with All.son, wa* aware tint he I was a!ro:i/jy married. and couscuUd \o go through thf» form with him notwi&stand int.*. The marria^ took place in 133J, and Aili&ea and his wife LIVED TOGETHER until February 1S20. when shr left him, and refused to return io liini. More than that, sho-sylf.l off his furn.tv.re when bo was ab sent ut work, and h'-ns with an eif :>i-y home. lie instituted divorce pro ceedings on tho ground cf desertion, but his petition fa...

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

BEAUTEFUli BUNYIP. I Bunv:p ;s a ipkudid lan to he**- away j J rriitD—,n :2-e prest-iiL Line eu uiiv p;ite. Ac- j {Tt-&s, auj cou p.a nis t- ado to the local boituiiui lliuiyip m its [>utr.ii-ty. The town . tj sm.p»v u biudy in si.nks. Uesp»t-e ibf fiici that time .ind L:wc a the attention of the muuicipiU mugwumps. who are sup- • pasvJ to iooi: cfttr the b'Mlth t,t r-tep- ! era, bus bfrcu drawn to the coDUiLon of the town drawee it is in such a sir.cil;ul con diticu tiat the long-suflur.n^ citizens b-ve . . . c-.iiv u^unn :: to brmsr tiie scanda lous BUitc c: affaJrs before the Central Board of Ilsaltti. The fearful eltluv.um , wheh procwds from Man-street drain is ; thl^rkidV^ ahiio'i °h j the council h'.-.i in its employ paid officials I f t kr-cp the streets clean, the cisterns in ! th?sp thoroughfares are &»!d:5rn. if ever, cleaned out, and th<-** tro invariably full of malodorous and filthy refuse, which at tract swnrim of diseavo-carry n- f!:rs. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
YOUNG WIFE'S PLEA. CONTRACTS A BIGAMOUS MARRIAGE. At Instigation of Departing Husband. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

YOUHG WIFE'S PLEA. CONTRACTS A BIGAMOUS IrlARHlAGE. At Instigation of Departing Husband. ; An attractive jouu^ woman named Myra ! ; E:icta Duay, 21 y'e-i's y{ was pre-sonU , ed m the Lr.miu.ii vuurt, uu Tui.sii.iy,^ be ' bigamy. On January 24 of the present i yt.Mr ttlie went uirou.;n the forru or marriu^e j with Leonard Harris Mchc-usye, notwim suiudin^ the was already Learned to John Duffy. 6he p'.&aded gull;- and Had no lawyer present or trieiiua to pui iu a eood word on her behalf. So she iceaentod ft Tery loacsowe and forlorn P1GLTJS IN THE DOCK. However, at tbt suggestion of the Crown Prosecutor,^ Mr. C. J. Z. \'>o-nirski, Plain clothes Cou»uibic MuiJiir^oni, ot fitzroy, was caJied as oue who was able to throw some light on the subject. The consti-b.^'j evi dence placed Duily m o Tory uniavorabJo li^ht. The constable bad bt*n informed, ana had no reason to discredit the infor mation, that Duii'y had many times told his .• uuil? wife to c° avvu.v uud get married a^ai...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
JUST FOR A JOKE. Daniel Winter Offers an Explanation. Why He Sought Maternity Allowances. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

JUST" FOR A JOKE. v Daniel Winter Offers zn Explanation. WI17 Ho Sought Maternity Allowances. Daniel Winter. who runnin j*7 escaped from the ramshack lo !mi idii:g which did duty as a city court, tin: .1 tho opi'iiin^ of the more ornate structure n '1 RU3 r,'rll-?.re^t, and who fiidc-stcppfd a pre on in tho Court of ^General Sess or.s •e Judge Eaglesor. earlier in tho mot:i )o before Mr. Justice Cusscu in tho Crin linr.i ( 1'curt o;j Tuesday to inswer two charge ialsifying documents purporting to h? c laims for the binh allow knee under the M: ty Act, and thereby attempting to dei raud the Commonwealth treasury. Fr'soner aduror sod his Honor at some length. Ho explain ed t h' it. tho prc^-nt charge was the outcome t >f a j ol:r. He had three married daughter?, of whom two had no families, and h»' was neemtomed to chatf them regarding lhat. He thought he wonla add to the joke, i'.nd so obtained matrrnity nllownce forms, filled thc-m in, ar.d, adding t.he addresses of his daughters...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RAY SMITH'S HUSBAND. Appeals Against a Conviction. His Plea Received With Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

RAY SMITH'S HUSBAND. Appeals Against a Conviction. His Plea Eeceived With Sympathy. Go Wednesday William Tatham appealed ■ to Judgo Eagleson in thy Court ©: General .Scss on.s against a derision of the justices of the Fitzroy Court, who on October 24 fined him £10, in default three months' imprison ment, for having unlawfully assaulted hi« wjfe, Catherine Tatham, more familiarly known to readers of "Tr.uh" as Ray Smith, j There wag no appearance of the respon dent. in the case, and Mr. X. II. Sonenberg appeared for the appelant, William Tatham. Constable Moss suited that on Ocicber 20 ho was ATTRACTED BY SCREAMS coming from a house in Young-street, and Soitig thither 'found ilrs. Tatham lying on the iloor, hc-r husband lying acro«3 h*r body, throttling her and biting her fare. Jle called upon him to desist, but had to strike him twice on the soles of the feet before he would cense from strangling and biting the woman. Tatham, on the other hand, swore that his wife had first attacked...

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

Alaintains Its SUPERIORITY And Increases in POPULARITY.

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

TWO TAINTED TOWNS. Talura end K-abram, trhicb are within a i i(m miles of etch cthor, appear, to be in a ! prr-tty putrid plight at tho present time, j judging from some outspoken reports re- j Sil.re couiic.l. wbiLb with waller* municipal relating to the two towns in ques tiuu, The balmy breezes from Tatura's «alu stencb that could be cut with a knife, was referred to at the last tnecti&c of the council, but no aciion was taU'u beyond leaving the solution of the problem to the inspector of nuisances. Ti:c matter w II probably end there. di-.cito ;hu fc?: that there is a pes* tiferoua p rse.y connected rrfih the s!aupb UT'varJs which :s a 'i.s":race to any soli r-spectinp ccoirounilv. Kvabram, from a : h-a! b pcint of view! is no better off tear | Tntur.i. The inspecjor of ' -hat a local publu-ry has "Truth" some months a-ro'had occasion to crsw i-u'jnuoij lo tb»' unsMinfactorv state of adairs prov.-ilin^ a1 the V.'urrapil Hos pital, anil at a Minting of the committee of duc...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PROVINCIAL PICKINGS AND PROBINGS. A SAVAGE SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

PROVINCIAL PICKINGS AND PROBlliDS. A SAVAGE SENTENCE. A brace of justices—J. E. Jones, and W. H. Franklin—bad before them at the Ba' I l&rat Police Court on Tburs l-;y of I^s*. wee!:. !a wooden-legged. and bulf-wiu?<] man turned llcury Rend Thorp, against whom It, wr.s < proved that he had thrown a l/ghied matcl on to soi^e 2ras3 in the vicinity of Scbarto pol. thereby destroying 12 chains of orart j hrsdze and a quantitr oi grits. Tho-^ v.-'.p j f;n»d £100. in default *x ir.onths* "iuc." ] As th.s unfortunate wrctch Lad u~t a saliiarv "boari" with which to :•:/» ex . ccxiive fine impost upon bitn. br- w!!I h»w to do a "rtrr;ch" for nz ronti.s and ccme out of vhe beautiful "boob" a worse man than wh'.'ii he ontsr-ri it. "Tr-ih" protects i

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"WHEN THE LIGHTS ARE LOW." WOMAN'S EXPERIENCE AT PICTURE THEATRE. JURY ACCEPTS ACCUSED'S EXPLANATION. INDECENT ASSAULT A PURE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

"WHEH THE LIGHTS ARE LOW." VT OMAN'S EXPERIENCE AT PICTUSE THEATRE. •TUT.Y ACCEPTS ACCUSED'S EXPLANATION. INDECENT ASSAULT A PURE ACCIDENT. John Griffiths Sullivan, vrho de-crii)' .5 liiuisel; cs smaii cosds butcher, employ-.-i at the Western Murray Bacon Factory, ti Braybrook and who -are. his as i'J years. was chartcd at the Criminal Court, before Mr. Justice Cuss^n on Tuesday, v-'ilh harm? indecently 2ssiuit«xl a i.-<rn^d wc man at the Mciba l'ieturo Theatre, Boorkc* atrfri. on December 8. "r C. J. V*. Woinan-ki. K.C.. prcsi-cutr-d for the Crown. an'1 Mr. C. Earncti tppecr c.l for tlie defence. The prineipaJ v.-itr.ess for the Crowx, whose nsmd lr.s H-~ar ciroctod SHOULD NOT BE PUBLISHED, ?:.vA ihr.i &Lo\:\, 2.53 n.ra. on tlv> date rami* . tiono'l, she enured the Mc-!bi Theatre. una : i'»>i'. ^ p'.-.i*. on the cround floor, A fe-.v rr.inutr* ltii^r ac-.-us:d ?r.t down bos:do her. i He pass.-d a remark about tin uictur's. an.1 ■ then to behave ;n 3 ir.:my:...

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)
CAULFIELD. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

CAULFIELD. TUESDAY. Weather fine and very pleasant, and tracks in first-class coin'- order. On the sand track Mcritua started pro ceedings by running fire fur!on?s in 1.10, but be nrobablr Trent name distance fur ther, Onczer, Anm Carloma. and Liqua tion w<?re ct essj WbUs. Orinoco strode over fire furlongs in 1.103. and Midtraard cot er?d tho same couras in 1.10. Fca Prince 'P. HcGmth) wa.i responsible for a mile and a half in 2.40. the final nine furlongs takin? 2.0], and Dewbcrrr brought h'm homo the lnr,t thrc-?-ausrt*rs of a milo in 1.21. Radiator waa a lonj way in adranoe of Posket at tho conclusion of half a mile in 52. Rathlea (R. Cameron) stood on the mark and raAUcd off three-quartexs of a mile in 1.191, & capital eiiiop, and well done. Owoeuoe was uot ill) out over half a muc in S3. The Parisian {J. Henderson) was re- j sponajblo i'or a mile and a ouaruir in 2.20, Uki accompanying bin over the concluding seven furJougs iu 1.35$. Rosuy waa let oif | Jigh...

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)
On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

©rs the Tracks. FLEM.XNGTON. TUESDAY. With the weather cool and clear, and the tracks m capital orucr, everything wus ! laroruok' for work on 'Iiii-stta; iiiormug; ami j trow boiorc duy»igl:t until closo upon 8 o'clock the prc'eeejings were of tho most Nuwara liiiya'wus out in the darkness fcr siven iurio-^K on :he tan m 1.40. liruw ljucen also went uarly, but was only goiiig at iv moderate sp-ed tur live furlongs. S^einDoi dashed oil hail a umo on the tan in 51 j. , proof.'iiat there was ucuxiog wring with the j track,' bat Ordinal took 5.^ to cover the j tame ground, l'rizelighter was always iu I advance oi iUicuroe iu a go of a niue and . a hair on the outsiuo of the course in 2.50. J Graud Charm hit ou: for half a mile on tho same track in 52*. Mouodia ran a mile mid j i> quarter cu the outfido of the course in 2.13. Plast.cum and Spnngbrook. did a fur* 1 bug less in 2.5, and Licck Fa?t rattled oil six furious* in l.Ul|. Dhuldul eu-odc over hulf a nuJe in o litLle under even ...

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