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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
Moonee valley racing clcu. WEDNESDAY, AIAHCQ 11,19IL r.VTRTES close 0 p.m. MONDAY, MAECH S. I liaNblCAP HURI'MS hack. lessors. Two miles. TWO-YKAIl'-OI-D li\Mm'ga'p,5 1 .W°«vs. Four fur MAHCH PL\TIJ an ! l'l'llSK, j.r&lt;y sovs. "a handicap divided equally into two ttalcrs. SU furlcnjrj. Nomination 10j.. acceptance 1 sov. Tlin VAI.LKY liANUJCMl', l£5 tors. One mile. Nomination 10s.t acceptance 2 tOTa. WELTKll handicap, 100 boti. Seven furl::,; Nomination ICj., acceptance 1 «or. XJordiallo?. Mcnionc, and Cau1fl':l&lt;J horses cmvov^l ; free. We "hu, Jlorch t). Telephone SViS. j 4 A. V. U!SKi:N3, Uoil Bee. 1 4*ii !i&lt;*a h. atclbeors*. . MELBOURNE EICHT HOURS ANNIVERSARY. 58th AININUAL, DEMONSTRATION BAZAAR and ART UNION, \ • in aid of the charities. 'Exhibition Buildings and Ground^ 1 MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1914 \ DAY AND NIGHT. - 1 £1000 PRIZES £1000 \ JftJRST PRIZE - _ ... - OIL PAINTING, valued £500 m-OND PRIZE „ „ „ £100 •WlilRI) PRIZE ' „ „ £50 ^ AND 07 OTHER...
Maudlin Magistracy. Phonographs of Police Prosecutors. Minus Initiative and Minus Individuality. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
. . Maudlin Magistracy Phonographs of Police Prosecutors# n Minus Initiative and Minus Individuality. (From Brisbane "Truth.")* Sprhldsg in gwvfv'M terms, 'Australia . hftn been extremely fortunate in the past, and up to the present, in the • exceptional calibre of the Jurists com prising its vavion-s benches of kludge5. Though the . appointment* have, been almost wholly political, with the con Pocpience tlint in a few instance* legal political f^Mist* have carried their fads "^vitli (hem to (ho beuoh, and deposited them there (o (1m public detriment, the ; groat majority of the appointees have ro*e to the occasion and aequitted them* Folve* with credit to the Slnte. In pharp contract mint be placed the characteristics of the Australian paid magistracy. Remarks falling ■ from Judges at various times seem to sug gest that they have taken the mea sure of those who record committals in the police courts, and that measure ap pears filled with a kind of pitying con tempt. Recent rumbling...
WILY, WOOLLY WOWSER Wheedles Weak Women. THORNE'S TORTUOUS TURPITUDES. MATRIMONIAL MASTERMAN'S MENDACITY. EBENEZER'S ECCENTRIC EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
i, i, i, i„**mm———4 WILY, WOOLLY WOWSER Wheedles Weak Women. THORNE'S TORTUOUS TURPITUDES. MATRIMONIAL MASTERMAN'9 MENDACITY. EBENEZER'S ECCENTRIC EXPERIMENTS. (From Brisbane "Truth.") To christen a helpless Infant by such .1 name as TCbenezer is to labol him for life a wowser. When he grows up he will most probably have de veloped into a particularly virulent type of wowser—if he doesn't, -he'll discard Ebenezer, bury it deep down in the bowels of tho earth, and call himself plain 33111, or Jack, or any monnlker other than the accursed one which was, without ills consent thrust upon him !iwhen he didn't know where he are." It is with the first kind of Ebenezer —now deceased—that "Truth" pro poses to, deal, for his bad deeds live after him. He was certainly abotlt the most canting, crawling, crapulous hypocrite, even among hypocritical wowsers, on record. He made piety and-teaching in Sunday school a cloak under ' which he carried on con cupiscent capers, ever, however, see ing that...
PAPUAN PARS. The Dohore Feeling.—The Moresby People.—Climate [?]ot too Bad.—Torrential Rains.—Easy Government Service.—Native Contempt for White Authority. Port Moresby, February 4, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
PAPUAN PARS, The Dohore Feeling.—The Moresby People.—Climate riot too Bad.— Torrential Rains.—Easy Govern* ment Service.—Native Contempt for White Authority. L (From Brisbane "Truth.") Port Moresby, February 4, 1911, | 'A recent arrival In Papua writes in i the following racy terms to a member j of "Truth" Htaff as to conditions and people at Port Moresby and there I about:— j I-Iow are you keeping? I guess you i will have thought I have forgotten all I about you. The real trouble-is that I I have got the Papuan "dohore" feeling in a rather bad way. "Dohore" in the native name for lazy, slow, etc., hence the expression "dohore feeling." Weil. I had an excellent' trip across, and must say we had a fine lot of passen gers aboard. 1 joined In In all the amusements, and had the honor of winning the booby prize at euchre (doubtful honor, I am afraid). I. was agreeably surprised with my first view of Moresby. After all 1 had heard about the place. 1 expected to .find it an outlandish hole...
Quinquennial Parliaments. OUR "STOP-AT-NOTHING" GOVERNMENT. POLITICAL NONENTITIES, NONDESCRIPTS, AND NINCOMPOOPS COOLLY PROPOSE TO CONTINUE THEIR CONTRACT INDEFINITELY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
Quinquennial Parliaments. OUR " STOP-AT-NOTHING " GOVERNMENT. POLITICAL NONENTITIES, NONDE SCRIPTS, AND NINCOMPOOPS COOLLY PROPOSE TO CONTINUE THEIR CONTRACT INDEFINITELY. (From Brisbane "Truth.") I With the complacent aid of its ox-like majority of hayseeds, political nonenti ties, nondescripts, and nincompoop* generally, the present Government of Queensland has fathered and mothered some alarming proposals, and appears determined to go baresark while yet there i* time. The liberties of the people have been frittered away by drastic licensing laws, as they apply to the hotel—the poor man'* club—and the Police Commissioner has been placed above Parliament and the People, and turned loose with all the braggadocio of which he is capable, in order that the right of free speech may be torn from the citizens. Innocent men have been kept in gaol after their innocence has been proved, scandalous practices in Government Departments have been HUSHED UP BY SECRET IXQUHUES, For breaking a poli...
MAJAH CAHILL! "PERMIT PURVEYOR TO THE PRINCE OF PERDITION." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
MAJAH CAHILL! ADDRESSED BY A COMMON CITIZEN. "PERMIT PURVEYOR TO THE PRINCE OF PERDITION." &lt;From Brisbane "Truth") Jtfr, William A. Taylor, of Kent Cot tage, Morningside, appear?? to have become imbued .with ail idea of the ofllcacy of epistles addressed (a la Norton) in the first person to those who offend against the public liberties and conscience. In conformity with that idea. Mr. Taylor ha.M forwarded the following letter indited to Majah Cahill, and "Truth" hastens to give it the space to which it is entitled. "Dear Major,—In addressing this letter to you I do so with a feeling of great sympathy for you in your posi tion as police head of Queensland. Although this free and liberty-loving State offers some little scope for the exercise of your unique ideas of free dom, I quite' understand that you would feel much more at home in Russia, and that the baton is a poor substitute for the knout, when it comes to persuading the masses to view life from your standpoint. Som...
A RED PLAGUE TRAGEDY. SALVARSAN AND SPIROCHAETA. Destruction of Germs Generates Blood Poisoning. Death of a Patient. Alfred Hospital Doctor Intervirwed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
! A RED PLAGUE TRAGEDY. SALVARSAN AND SPIEOCJHAETA. Destruction of Germs Generates Blood Polsonlnc. Death of a Patient.' Alfred Hospital Doctor LnUrviewed. AiioLbor tiuforlunato youth haa fallen a victim to syphilis, tho terrible di&caso oo : impant iu our midst. Tho rlctini. Ro be:^ Flack, a young mas, 24 yeat* of age, was admitted into the Lock Ward at tho Alfred lio3pitftl on January 28, and diod on February 17. His death came as a rtir pri*o to his relatives, who lib© thousands (if otiiof people did not realise the fearful danger oi the d-svaao. When tUo patient was admitted to tho hospital, ho appeared to tho ordinary observer, a man in cood health, fculiug a httlo out of sort*. Ho waa in the so-called toeondary 6t.i£e of tho dis ease, which, according to Dr. Spar^o who ultcn&lt;jeu him at th« hospital. had only raani ! feauvl itself l«s than x month beforo Hia 1 admission. 1 lite d'^optivc udJiln?.^ r»f (ho i!lue?.s min ; led his relatives into the belief that ...
ALLEGED BILKING. Bella Wilson and a Gent from the Argentina. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
ALLECED BILKING. Bella Wilson and a G«nt from th« Argentina. j A roaeut arrival from the Argentine Ito | public apneaxcJ as informant in the City | Court on Alonday, against a woman named Bella Wilson, who was printed on a charge of larccny from the pcraon of Mar I tin Lancdon of sis sovereigns, ten ehilHngs | in silver. English currcney. and two piowj of silver of smaiJ value, of the Argentine ; minta^o. Constable Darid E. iTcGraih *&ij that, at. 4 a.m. on Sunday last, b«» arrested ac cused in Littlo Loosdale-strot. She waa scorched at th« City watchhoosc, and a portion of the money was found in her po A remand to March 2 was granted, bail bcinr allowed in a surctv of £50, aMUaed in a rcoognisanoe for a Like amount.
Round the Ring NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
& NEWS AND NOTES. Saw McTfta celebrated hia thirtieth birth- i da; last Tuesday. ! Sid Moss, Alf Goodwin's prows®, baa! sicrued up with tiio Baker management lor ' ivo coutests, and will probably leavo for ! th« carthcni States at au early data. | Mr. It. H. McPb*r*on. tK> inana^r of ! lbo liakor Stadium in Molbournp, iut&lt;»nfU t«> kavo tor Svdiwy in u fortnight-'* titm>. Hi* place will bo taken by Mr. Michael An?c!o ('Mike") Marre, who is duo to ar rive bore on March 7. i ilondav night's hcati of the £50 tounicv . it lbo M.A.P. resulted a* followsBort Williams beat. "Young'' Pearse, •'Snowy'' .Scurce br-at II. Tcnnev Jack Whito b.'at • Mick Alcock, P. Dyer beat ''lianji" Martin, | and Bert Spar^o beat l^ve Simpson. j Aftor much consid^-ratiou it ha,s boeu do- ' cidcsl that -n future ths principal contest W. tho Stadium shall cot coxnmencn until 9 p.m., the preliminary bo^innim: at 8.30. This has been arranged to allow patrons bro.athin&lt;r np.vv ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
m 1^1 j$| 0^1 Sfte Wonderful New-found Harmless Remedy for Falsi . FULL SIZED (1/6) TUBE OFFERED TO THE' (See Coupon) What English and Continental Doctors say of Kephaldol. m ton (If rn 13 S M M b \W f !>'! iff h wJ PUBLiC FREE. OF CHARGE' Tlie people of the" BritislT Isles and'of Continental Europe know that Kephal dol is the Doctor's Discovery. It has come to them as the most satisfactory and doubly-welcome means of relieving almost instantaneously the most severe pains and aches with which humanity is c.die ted It offers possibilities not possessed by remedies used for similar purposes, for it. can_be taken in extremely large doses when required, and it in no way affects the heart or general.con dition deleteriously. Having tested it continuously s!ncc" Its appearance and proved its efficacy, it has been adopted practically by ail the Continental hospitals, and the majority of those at Home. It has been amply proved to be of great scientific value, and thousands of doctors pre...
"NO CONTEST." EVERNDEN—JONES FIASCO. New Referee Puts His Foot Down. "You Came to See Boxing, Not Wrestling." Queenslander a Trier But Tired, the Other Neither. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
" NO CON TEST." j EVKKNDSN—J0NE3 FIASCO. j Now Befcrca Puts His Foot Down. 1 "You Came to So& Boxing, Hot | Wrestling/' Queonslaudor a Trier But Tiled, tho I Other Neither. All the ffu/T and jruiver, so aptly tormed by the Americans "hoi air," that bad been let loose on the Melbourne sporting public Ciganling the respective capahllitcs and. ambitions of Arthur Everenden, the English middle-wei^h and Sol Jones, the Queens lander, did not go very far toward* filling the i>uuley-street Stadium on Saturday night, nor did the showing made by the men, narticulariy by tho Englishman, in tho slightest decree justify ail the flapdoodle tbut Imd talked and printed about them. In fact, it wag so crude and generally awful that, after having given repeated warnings, Vio. Newhouse, who officiated as referee there for the first time, sent the men to their corncrs during, tlie fifteenth round, and, addressing the crowd of about 1500* said, "Gentlemen, you didn't come here to see a wrestl...
A PIETIST'S PLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
A PIETIST'S PLAINT. "Long Collins-street I fflovtd ffij And brothers,'it "was shockixv** O! hold -me tight," >* I saw o sieht-^ A ladyV silken stocking. 01 brethren, fie, ; I shut roy eye. •Just farther on ;.I gazed upon A buxoin, stylish flapper, ' • Her blouso cut low. Too much did show— - - I; nipped her on the napper; • • And to this moid Said I, "You jade."., Down Swanston-etreet • A figure neat ' - Tripped juat a litUe 'fore me • She had tho slouch, Tbcj latest crouch. Which attitude did gore m«* ' Her skirt upraised . Left roe anjajod. To kirk I went On business bent. •... And there, 01 brothers saintr . A vacant dash A_ skirt did slash "O'er caWos well turned and daintv I mournf'lly eighed— • " Passed quick outside. Girla, Satan colU And grief befalls All who in latest dressing Be-^arb their limbs In fashion's whims. ^And won upon them'* prc-siit'.-. Those open skirts.
V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Programme of Events. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
I V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. I Programme of Events. * . _ The following is ihe prolamine of events Ic be clodded at Flomington UiU (Saturday) fcifUimoon :— PINKS ITUTIDLB. Two Miict WcAlpine 11 13 ■ Willcn 11 10 feeble 21 10 , , Light Ballast ... 11 0 Portlock ..." ... 10 0 Cloctafr ... 10 T • ' • STwranich's ' Daujrhuj.- . ... 10 7 aZbo Vet 10 " 10 5 Kind's Transom 0 13 C'lmjvmile 9 7 Fulcrum — ... 9 7 AutuimiaW.' ... 9 S Larra!;ia ... -.9 5 T.ncv Barr 9 3 Patriotic ... «... 9 0 Darrawa ... 9 0 ST. LKGER STAKES. One Jlila r.w\ Thr«!?-C5uafk AHirsfdrd ' S 10 Ramcses ... ... S 10 AndelcsLi S 1j "Bindj Donjtlas 8 10 Radnor R I Hush Money ... 8 7 j NE'KIIAHKET HANDICAP. Tolly Beggar ... 9 7 Desire ... ... 9 1 Cacon 9 0 Kuwura Eliya . 8 n X«iIvTcil s i: Cider 8 11 Slountatn Prin S 11 Captain White . S 9 i Medoc "! 3 7 liver Lad 8 3 adan-ra 3 5 •old Brew 8 1 Pbilio ... ... Tofaa BatUea 7 ]? Ouair Bura llrcnllcr ... Coolnrtjnvali y^vv SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES. Bla-uO 8 10 Naxbcr?- ... ... K I-"1...
TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
TURF TATTLE. Ascot en Monday. Bungareo on Friday. Richmond on Wednesday. Maryborough on Wednesday. Trotting at Richmond on Friday. Blood itock sale at Newmarket on Friday. Fleaington to-day, Tuesday, cad Thurs day. Raheen only cost Mr. S. Uiller 100 guinea* as a yearling. There "was another splendid attendance at Caulfield ast Satnrday. Bettewynd has still to learn to stay, and hs stopped to nothing in the Stanley Steeplo chase. Van Biene wa» running on in the Alma Stakes, and may prore equal to winning at Flemington. Andelo?ia did pretty well throughout the 1 Futurity Stakes, being alwaya just behind the leading dir^jon. j If he had been good enough, Kent Loch had every chance to win the St. Clair Trial, : but he got very tired. i Tasmanian trainer, W. Clare, reachcd j Flomington at the end of last week with j True K-uigbi and Slrkar. j The V.A.T.C. meeting was products of some Eplecd.d sport, and wu fre« from any niisbr.p of a serious nature. i J. Scobie went through tho Y-i.T.C. ...
VATICINATIONS. FLEMINGTON (Saturday). Pines Hurdle. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
V FLEM3NGT0N (Saturday)'. Fines Hurdle. WIDDEN ... 1 SIcALPIN ... _ ... 2 CAMPANILE 3 St. Leger. AJfDELOSIA i RADNOR ... 2 XTONODIA 3 NEWMARKET HANDICAP. GOLD drew 1 brattle 2 MT. PRINCESS or AYEP.ss ... 5 Sires' Produce Stakes. traquette. Essendon Stakes. sf.a prince 1 audacity 2 the PARISIAN 3 Brunswick Stakes. MT.R1TUS ... 1 st. yano ... ... 2 ATORA 3 (Tuesday.) Hopeful Stakes. kirtle _ ... ... ~ 1 HOOl.axg ... ... - 2 seofox - ... - 3 Ascot Vale Stakes. traqitettf.. AUSTRALIAN COT. sea PRINCE - 1 st. YANO 2 BKLOVE 3 Steeplechase. TTS'to — 1 vanguard - - - 2 CAHASADR ._ ... 3
Phonographs of the Police. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
Phonographs of the Police. &nbsp; MAGISTRATE (loquitor): The policeman has said so; I must obey ! An Elizabethan Judge, famous for his probity, said: "If the Lord God, whom I worship, brought in my Court an action against the Devil, whom I hate exceedingly, the Devil should have his due." A P.M. should ensample be of learning, law, and grace, &nbsp; Whose actions ne'er of prejudice or passion should show trace; His deeds should be impartial, and his sayings, wise and shrewd; By rogues he should be dreaded, and esteemed by all who're good. Like Caesar's wife "above suspicion," honest, fair, and just; His character and open mind should banish all distrust. He should not be a tyrant dread — folk trembling at his nod — But the embodiment of mercy, that great attribute of God; A man of independent mind, in judgment calm and sound. His knowledge should be practical, and special, and profound. And like that grand old English Judge — to duty stern and true — His motto be: "W...
EARLY MELBOURNE. THE WRECK OF THE ROYAL CHARTER. 228. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
E AH ELY MELBOURNE. THE WRECK OF THE ROYAL CHARTER. (By "Old churn.") 2iiH. (All Eights Hcscrvcd.) Eiirly In I860, Mr. Hubert UWy, ,Ucn mana-or for Mr. .I»si"- Yilkie. mmc »>»'■ cbnnt, of CnUhijusireci, and now in husuuss in lltorg**trc«t, Sydney, v?U«« he ua» been for o?or half a century—oamc ciciUdlv into Mr. Arnold's hook *toro-*ee when "Old Chum" was a "New Chum"—with the ne\\? that the Roval Charter had bren e«mpJeui\ wrecked hit*r a favorable vnyase irom mci: bourne.on tho coast of Anphs^. V»ai»s. y,&lt;. , were iust r*s?ov^ri«g from the. stajSRexiu^ I now* of the loss of the Admclla o» our own coast with u number ot pa^i^'crs, we known in Melbourne am! Adelaide. :inti 1 Oh-were loss socmed to overwhelm the i people. The !o?&lt; of the London •«.* later was more keenly ,'-!.. because she had u'Slrir' An^SL homes. Sii.. Vl,.. IW.val etaAt-r awav a lar&lt;*e numl-'v ot 'lucks, »>. r'ul ;iiwr». «!.»• *-"• -•',i"1- h,'" i Old Country on th-- proceed*....
AUSTRALIA'S MOST REMARKABLE CRIMINAL THE BRABOURNES & THE KNATCHBULL-HUGESSENS. "WHAT'S IN THE BONE COMES OUT IN THE FLESH" To Mr. Norton. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914
AUSTRALIA'S MOST RE- MARKABLE CRIMINAL THE BRABOURNES & THE KNATCH- BULL-HUGESSENS. &nbsp; "WHAT'S IN THE BONE COMES OUT IN THE FLESH!" . To Mr. Norton. &nbsp; Dear Sir,—That unworthy scion of the House of Mersham Hatch, John Knatch- bull, of ignoble fame, was not the only instance of a Knatcbbull's connection with thing's Australian. The first Baron Brabourne, created as such in 1880, was Edward Knatchbull, grandson of Edward, the eighth baronet, who was the father of "Australia's most remarkable crimi- nal." This first Lord Brabourne died in 1909, and was succeeded by his son. In 1880, and for many years after- &nbsp; wards, New South Wales had as Agent General in London one Saul Samuel, of the Chosen Race, a race remarkable for its keen business instincts and its doubt of everything not visible. Yet this same Saul Samuel, who, by the way, was cre ated a baronet, was "had" in a deal with a Gentile, and that Gentile a Knatch- bull, save the mark, and...