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TWO WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 February 1914

TWO WOMEN. Prom Mrs. 31. Darcy, 163 St. t.ectard'5 road, Ascot Vajp. Victoria. "Some year3 ago I bcjin to suffer from Tarioua lircr and k:dney troubles arisms? no doubt from a severe cold I contracted about that time, and which nearly pros* trated roe. From thence on, I experience acnte pain in the back and sides, and under th* shoulder blades. The slightest pressure on the liTer would cause me intense ^ in. I suffered like this for a lr while without any prospect of relief, I having tried so many remedies without avail. As a last resource, I decided to try a course of War ner's Safe Cure, which had been highly recommended to me by friends who had derived ereafc benefit from tak:n? the medi cine. After tafcinj a few bottles of War. ncr's Safe Cure, my beM'h improved rap'uly, and I was soon effectually cured and frea from all the pain and discomfort which has nssiiled me fo* so many rears." Trom ?.Jrs., "Era Pharrer, 2i Hanover-street-. Windsor, Tie . "Some years r?o T was fV*n trfh ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. PUNISHMENT AND VINDICTIVENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

TOPICAL, TAPS QIN • * V TAPPABLE TOPICS. PUNISHMENT AND VINDICTIVE NESS. Homo Secretary Appel, of Queens* i land, says that ho is of opinion that j "when n mnn has expiated Ms offence by a term in prison, provided reason- , nblu time has elapsed, tho mutter should not be brought up again." Most j people will agree with him. To dig | up out of the dead past the record j of some paltry matter for which n man I may have, very long ago, been fined or j imprisoned is not just. Of course, wo j do not assert that a man who is a | "professional" criminal should not j have the list of his crimes read out. i to the Judge who is about to try him; ] but this is something .very different j from diggifig up tho record of some one j or two small offences that were puu- j isbod many years ago, arid have l.ieen duly atoned for, besides the accused I man having- Jived u liny-abiding jtud I upright life tor many years. SuMt a I man has paid the penalty of his youth ful weakness, and certainly should u...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AIRMEN AND DUELS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

AIRMEN- AND DUELS. sioinilly goes for a rruise amon<; tho j clouds. Good luck to him! ilay his ex- j ample be followed by ninny others. The earth so metiines get s a bit too earthy, and a r <0 into the louds should prove an agre •able ehang After all, con Mdenng how comnu n exhibitions of aerial e olutiuTis art in Europe, tilings her slow h< re in that rcspeet. What a time the V etieh airmen have! We hnv reason, by the way, to have a grievani e against these airmen of France. One of them, Vedrines, wan j living in tho direction of Australia, and ! had already got to Cairo, when ho had , a quarrel with another airman, and, it i is said, struck him. or in some other j way insulted him. The result was that the other man challenged Vedrines to a duel. Vedrines, however, said, in ef fect. that he hod other fish to fry— he had to fly to Australia. Therefore, ho declined to light thp.duel. Tho hor rible news of his refusal wrus cabled to Paris, whereupon th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HYPOCRITICAL HUMBUG. PUGILIST "PRAYS" AND FIGHTS FOUL. Summers's Swank Cuts No Ice. Disqualified in Seventh Round. Morey Declared the Winner. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

HYPOCRITICAL HUMBUG. PUGILIST "PRAYS" AND FIGHTS FOUL. Summers's Swank Cuts No Ice. Disqualified in Sovonth Hound, Moroy Declared the Winner. j Still another sliou-lhpd light, and Johnny | Summers jjui-a buck to Eujlaud with his tirst ! disqualification in about 30 contest* against , li.'s name, though, judging by his perform- j unco on Saturday uiput, that such a fate j has not befallen him before bun been duo j to his luck in having previously had an in- j dulgent third map iu the ring. Though j Kiuje Kullalove, who was in his old place ; . ou Saturday night at the Stadium, is ofteu j ; accused of being lenient, there seem to be ! j referees in other States even more so; but j what is the use of having nil''* governing uuy sport if they arc not to be observed, and auv person who choose* <i» hb^rately to infringe , them not made pay the p- nalty I j The 2,500 j^resiMit-^av» him au encouraging | cheer when .Morey latne on the scene, ac* j coutpanu-d by Alt lioodvm and "Sn...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
JINGO JINKER'S LUCK. "Cabbie Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

JINGO JINKER'S LUCK. "Cabbie Jim" i{i London. J,if<: i» like a ^auic of skittles, Which the piu» tboy arc Mankind— i'ttlc'u the ball, cast by tbe Devil Just w as be baa & miud. Soiuo do say wo moulds ourselves Sir liy a-shaping of our ends; Which are rot. Theru uro u Power ' tiuide# us auywuy it trtfuda. There is good as well as bad Sir With all sorts, it's my belief, From (bo worry best straight goer To tbe worry meanest thief. Lut'k aro everything on earth, aud Luck do shove the world around— If it wasn't so, where ever Would a happy wan be found? Let '»'tu talk of lord?; and dook*, and (told and diamond* and sich. Hut. | kuow« it'* allrr* belter ' T.iii'!: to he bom th.m rich. And to L'i• and ?:iy >1 isn't--• **' "Why. the like 1 tietei braid! Let 'em stop, and think a minule. Pooh! The thins it are absurd. (iooil luck ali' TJ will eontinue Wl.-n your i iohes melt a way It are worth a dnr.Ati titles Take my tip Sii, any day. Soni^ do jjet ii unexpeeied. Othe...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"TRUTH'S" TROUBLES. THE CHRIST, CÆSAR, NAPOLEON SERIES. BENJAMIN HOARE'S ATTACK ON JOHN NORTON. His Defence to Norton's Libel Suit. APPEAL TO THE FULL COURT. What is the Law of Privilege?—A Judicial Pronouncement. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

THE CHRIST, G/E8AR, MPJLEON SERIES. BENJAMIN HOARE'S ATTACK ON JOHN NORTON. His Defence to Norton's Libel Suit. APPEAL TO THE FULL COURT. What is the Law of Privilege ?—A Judicial Pronouncement. An appeal from an interlomiorr imminent | by .Mr. Jurtico Hud'gw on 1 qnwuon <>• I pleadhi^!. ill connection vrilh tV.e action for . )ita-l InrnipU by Jolm Norton. proprietor oi j "Troth." arainst Benjamin liourc. i..uroal.=i, | „t Iv..n «». Vlrr. »h, «»i»j Full Court-- cmupr'.-m" ■1 ^" r (Sir .Tohn Madden). Mr. Justi-i' a'I!ccl:ett. and Mr. .Tum.;™ Hood -on Wednesday and Thursday. • Mr. Stewart }K*Arth'.lr. K.C.. anil Mr. Stanley R. Lewis, instructed by Messrs. Snowball and Kaufmann, appeared for the appellant, John Norton, and Mr. H. I. Cohen, 'instructed by Mr. II. II. Hoare. f°r tb« re spondent defendant. lienjarara Iloare. Mr. McArthur said that John Norton soupht to recover £o,000 damages against | Benjamin Hoare- Williou. Soitb MiU«';h. and William V. McMalsor.. U.e lits...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CALLOUS METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

CALLOUS METHODS. The town of Moorabool has bem treated in a shockingly shabby fashion of laic. The supply of compensation water has to all in tents and purpose* civ<'n our, and the stream from which the water is obtained is notf" practically a chain of stagnant pools, in vfhich fish an- d>i«5 daily bv the thousands. No ono but the Government is to blame for this scandalous state of aQairs, and the fact that the Minister for Water Supply hits made the usual "promise" to attoud to tue matter, does not improve the parlous posi tion of the Mooribool residents. To make things worse for Moorabool. the press pre varicators .of Melbourne and bip country centres some time ago published inspired paragraphs to the effect that work was about to be started on the Moorabool reser voir. The result was that men in search of employment "padded the hoot" and ^Irow in drays from every point of the cotnpas* to Moorabool, the scene rermudin;,' old residents of the early days'. Arriving at ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MOOROOPNA MATERNITY MATTER SUPPRESSION OF PRESS PUBLICITY SOUGHT. Attempted "Smother" Frustrated by the Bench. Claim Struck Out. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

MOO'ROOPNA MATERHITY MATTER SUPPRESSION OF PRESS PUB LICITY SOUGHT. Attempted "Smotlier" Frustrated by tho Bcnch. Claim Struck Out. H-Tculcan efforts were made by Mr. .Masters (Evans and Masters) in the Distr and City Courts on Wedncr^day to prevr pres" publicity regarding a claim for t maintenance of an alleged illegitimate rhi preferred by a well-dressed ycitng worn of ilcoroopra named Evelyn Ufvr^oii. acaii a young man named Beaton. of :h.^ cat to-.vti. JTohert Beaton ^as the nani<> cn t charge sheet, but, an official poI:-> m-n attached to the summons difelcstd the fr that tho correct naiuo of the defendant .Tame-; John Beaton, and that he wa5 at time of thi> olicged offence, February 21. a mill baud in the employ ot' the Messrs. Me? Lellan, flour millers, at Mooruopna. The case was first ealied on in the Dis'i Court, where Mr. Meters on bchil^ complainant, asked the chairman 'Mr. Uhtshki, J.!1..) that tlie evidence should be srven in camera. The c.-isp v.-ti...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
COFFEE-COLORED COON. WHITE WIFE CLAIMS MAINTENANCE. Squabbling Story of Slum Squalor. A Husband That Demanded Attention. The Bench, Equally Divided, Adjourns the Case. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

COFFEE-COLORED COON. WHITE WIFE CLAIMS MAINTEN ANCE. . Squabbling Story of Slum Squalor. A Husband That Demontlod Attention. Tlio Eoncb, Equally Divided, Adjouni3 the Caso. 'Ed-word McGuinnc?*. o{ Z\ Rose-street, AriDudaic—not a burly Irishman as might bo thought from tho name, but on under sired cofTce-colorcJ coon—woo before Messrs. McKinnon (chairman), Bangs. Walker, Mar t.hi, and Captain ftus^cll, Js.P., at tho i'ra liau Court on Mouday, at tho instance oC hi* wife. Elizabeth McGuinners, a white woman, -who claimed maintenance. Mr. *E. J. V. Xi^an appeared for the complainant, and Mr. S. WUhtiras for tho defendant. On entering the box, it was sonic tirr.o before complainant's cxtrrrno nervousness *.vould allow Ii»t to tell her story. She hod, she paid, been iiltno~t struved. and had been snubbed and shgbUd bv defendant. She b«d t played I In- part, cl a dmifn] wile, and in re turn had n^t eren b'-cn provided with the UPr.'PSTMrics of Jife, or ljr< n tierued with &...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WEAR AND TEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

WEAR AND TEAR. As the years roll on in their trackless course, the stress and strain of modern exist* ence slowly but surely have their effect, and, as we approach middle life, most of us suffer from ailments, such as rheumatism, gout, ueuralgia, lumbago, sciatica, anaemia, indi gestion, biliousnness jaundice, sick headache, j general debility, gravel, stone, and bladder ! troubles. The in«fiicicnt action of the kid neys and liver is the prime factor when we : suffer frotu one or moro of these complaints, ; and in such capes it is necessary to restore the kidneys and liver to health and activity ere a cure can be effected. Warner's Safe Cure possesses remarkable curative and re- i storative properties in kidney and liver' dis- j -'order*, and suffered from any of the above mentioned ailments are confidently recom mended to at onco seek the aid of Warner'* Sufe Cure in order that the uric and biliary | poison*, the retention of which causes tho j affl.ction, may be removed from the s...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1914. "REID THE WRIGGLER!" ALIAS GUZZLING GEORGE THE GORGER. AN OPEN LETTER (No. 2) TO SIR GEORGE HOUSTON REID, The "High-Falutin" High Commissioner of the Australian Commonwealth in London, An Apoplectic Apotheosis Of a Gargantuan Gastronomic Gasbag. Gabble and Guzzle—Gammon and Gorge. Comic Circus Clown on the Cadge. A Devious, Dubious Dodger's Deserts. "VOX ET PRÆTEREA NIHIL!" (Which Rightly Interpreted, Means: Wind and Words—Nothing Else. FYTTE II. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

' SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1914. AN OPEN LETTER (No. 2) TO SIR GEORGE HOUSTON R'EID, The "High=Falutin" High Commissioner of the Australian Commonwealth in London, An Apoplectic Apotheosis Of a Gargantuan Gastronomic Gasbag. Gabble and Guzzle—Gammon and Gorge. Comic Circus Clown on the Cadge. A Devious, Dubious Dodger's Deserts. "VOX ET PMETEREA 'NIHIL !" OYhicb, Rightly Interpreted, Means: Wind and Words— Nothing Else. (By JOHN MORTON). FYTTE II. Just to let the present day public fee "what was said and thought of you In yonr active piratical days, when you jailed the poliitcal seas, with the Jolly .Koger firing at the niiz2en, the main, *nd the fore, forcing friend and foo fcl&e to walk the political plant, we'll republish the following pregnant pas lage from that terrible pamphlet of piine, "Reid the Wriggler," printed twenty years ago: I Tho devil can quote Scripture for his purposo as well as politician* can prevari cate aud act a lie. In bis youth. Sir. iteid eeemed to be an...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DOWSETT DESERTS HIS DONAH. Man Who Earns Big Money. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

DOWSETT DESERTS HIS DONAH. Man Who Earns Big Money. A well-known Gcun- ou thn flat at all Tao» is Joints Dor.«eit, a red-fa^ed individual who ret-ails the succulent savelov uud hot. roll to the bob punters, who, by these foolish wajer*. provide duck and rreeu peas for Iky ilo and hi-; robber*. Dowsctt was proceeded against at the Carlton Court on Monday, before Messrs. Shcuhan uud Hobinson. .Is.P., for leaving his wifo and two children wiLhyut means of support, Mr, \V. J. Tucker, rcbo appeared for the complainant, said the part;*-* had been mar ried 22 years, and defendant., during all that time. bad not realised his responsi bilities a> a father. Ho could earn plenty of rnqney. but instead of taking it home to his wife and children rjave it to publi« cans iu exchange for lorn: be«-rs. His wife, who was in dedicate health, bid bad a miserable life, and but for her own people would havo been without food to eat. Emily Dowsett, tho complainant, said ?he resided in a room with the c...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

I hand made ( ' ANNllAUY°KED CIGARETTES, Have yoo Settled TBiat 3^, Suit Question Yet, Sir? Trill get nil Out is dp$Jrrd in tbo of an up-tfwlato Suit from th? latr<t es and tl^ijrns in Suiting, and you pocket the <lif7ere»re between my ar.d n-bat tiie oth^r tailor would made by experU. r* in keeping for h those «lso-n-hcrj be factors that havo built up civ^n n:o th*» reputa akinp a Good Suit at the laoat SAC SUIT Qgl 1.1. rfki".i measure FROil THE TICK OF THE STOCK. Writ* for Pattern#, Tape, and S.iX. W. H. BRUCE 1S9 Bourke AlELBOUKiNE. THE "SAVOY Kos. 30-I-30G LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Next Royal Arcade). MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE COMPLETELY REMODELLED. LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED. CUISINE UNPARALLELED LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, SUPPERS. TAELF. D'HOTE or X LA CARTE. I CATERING A SPECIALITY. ! Pi. L. HOSSEN LOFF, Pi:oprif.toi-„ THE ¥RO O K L Y N S, COMEDY ACROBATS. EiES^lKY and RftAY, In their Tric-k ;md Comedy Cycling Act. SENSATIONAL CYCLING. CALIPH CALYPSO., "World'.-; Famou...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

PROFESSIONAL NURSES USE THEY DECLARE IT TO BE THE ONE MEDICINE THAT GIVES NEW VITALITY AND LIFE. » Dudley Street, reith. 2«,S,H. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. | "As a nurse I Lave seen I Clements Tonic do so much good ! amongst my patients, it is my j duty to state there facts. I have ; ! preicnDcdit uficu ooU lu c»ery case it soothesthe patient, it jives refreshing sleep, crcatcs a desire for food, and IT HF.LPS THE FOOD TO DIGEST. The patients become bright and cheerful after its use. As a health restorer 1 say Clements Tonic HAS NO EQUAL. (Sijned) NURSE LINNDEBERG." The Rev. J. HOSKING, D.D., Mini. ter of the Congregational Minion Church, Fitiroy, Melbourne, writes:— "I tattered from Nirrooi Prostra* tloo, Iisotula, and Nervsoi Hiad aebes. Oaa bollle of CLEMENTS TONIC pot n» n'jkt, and wai wortli iti welffct ia fold." Thtie art latere that even iI.muM reail and act upon. ' vandard Australian 1(©>J i rator, and no unhr-aJihy m»r. ——Kidney, Liver and Stomach ailnenu. SOLD BT ALL CHEMISTS ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MONEY LENDER AND WOMEN. MORTIMER FRANKLIN'S METHODS. Interest at the Rate of 160 Per Cent. Bench Make It Easier for the Borrowers. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

MONEY LENDER AND WOMEN. • 1 MORTIMER FRANKLIN' S 1 METHODS. ! Interest at tlio Rato of 160 Per Cent. Bench Mako It Easier for the Borrowers. ight into the methods o£ money* lenders was obtained lit tho Tort Mel bourne Court oil Wednesday, when a money-lender named Mortimer r.ui. . lin proceeded against Florence Hitiuj, of Druniraoiidstrcet. Ciiirl'™' r'j. Stant, of lloddlestreet, Abbots'ord, and Lillian Iieillv, of lJruramoml-street, for the recovery "of £7 duo on a prom.R 30ry not, signed by =01 three defend-, justices on tho bench were tho j Mayor (Cr. rage. rh airman) and, Messrs. Criehton, Tcstro, and Howell, j f f\Xyn?5tr'"rT<C<l for lh® j defendant'.star,t." The other defendants I did not appear. Mortimer Vtanliltu said the - ■■ | advimei-d on November 21. and a l.^-i w,s -I.weiited for S17, being for »«• j Vr,.,! Tho monev was to be repaid . at 5.«. per week, but nothing liad been j ^Mr C'ros.J: 15" vou know ,ll3t -- in" ! terest on £5 i* tho rate of 160...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PETER ANDERSEN'S HOME. SOLD IN HIS ABSENCE. Sister Resists the Purchaser—But the Law is Against Her. AND JUSTICE A'BECKETT ORDERS SHE BE DISPOSSESSED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

PETER ANDERSEN'S HOME. SOLD IN HIS ABSENCE. Sister Resists the Purchaser—But the Law is Against Her. AND JUSTICE A'BECKETT ORDERS SHE BE DISPOSSESSED. Peter Andersen's sad cose wa& revived in memory ou Tuesday, when Mr. Justice a'Beckctt delivered his reserved decision in tbo action which was tried by him on De cember 15, in which it was sought to dis possess Peter Andersen's «ir.t«r and his littlo daughter of .their home in Horaby-Btrcet, Windsor. The plaintiff in this action was Edwin George Tucker, r.f &mth-road, Brighton Bench, who descriV d himself as u salesman, and who is, in n-.ility, or was at the time ©t* the action, un employee *of the firm of Dickensen and Fonrr. hnus«\ land, and *«Ut« agents. sued Christina Andersen. Pet'T Andenntw <so"r. U\ obtain possesion of the premise nt 28 Ilnrnbv-street, Wind sor, which ho nml hon»hf in, a sheriffs officer's sah*. conducted under a Supremo Court execution against Peter Andersen, at the Prahran police st...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PUTRID BUTCHERING PREMISES. AN ARARAT CONVICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

PUTRID BUTCHERING PREMISES. AH ARARAT CONVICTION'. According to evidence .adduced at the Ararat Court of Petty Session* on Monday, Kdward Evanc, a local butcher, sold meat under positively putrid circumstances. Evans r T.'iR prosecuted by t.br Public- Health De I partmeut, and it was shown that whou an j inspector visited the defcudact'3 shop on January 0 it was in a dirty condition. Thti i meat was cxpo^'d for'sale without any pro | taction from «lu*t <*.r flics, and the- shop was 1 absolutely fuJ} of thi-se Uiscaso-caxryiug in sect*. A quantity of meat, r*ady to under | ;*;> the process of being converted into ; sausage.", was - 5WARAUNG WITH BLOWPIPES, ! nhilfl rabbi< »kin«i and refuse w<to kept hi I : tb«> shoo. Kiati' was al>o charged with ; keeping !;l.iuj,'htor-hoi:?e under such con ' dition* a* to b** a nui«;ww.-. Connected whh • thin establishment was aji up'-ij drain, in ; which Jay two inches of blood in a ntaU> ».f | ; putrefa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

FROOTOIDS Cure Headache, Indication, Constipa tion, and Biliousness. They are elegant 'in appearance and pleasant to take; they are immensely .more valuable than uti ordinary aperieut; they remove from tho blood, tissues. and internal organs, waste poisonous matter that U clogging them and choking tbo channel* that lead to and from them. Frootoida are THE BEST aperient madlcine to talce when any Congestion or Blood Poison is present, or when Congestion of tho Brain or Apoplexy la present or throatoning. They havo been teated, and have beeu proved to afford quick relief in such cases when other aperients have not done any good at all. Frootoida are absolutely un rivaUod tax FAMILY use; their.beneficial effects are evident by the disappearance of headache — a bright cheery aenae of perfect health taking the placo' of sluggish depressed feelings, by tho liver acting properly, and by the food being properly digested. Frootoids are a very economical MEDICINE. A dose taken once a week, at...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
INHUMAN "CHARITY." HOW TASMANIA TREATS ITS AGED Human Derelicts and Unfortunate Children. Grim Satire on Modern Government. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

INHUMAN ''CHARITY." HOW TASMANIA TREATS ITS AGED | 1 Human Dorelicts and Unfortunate { Children. j Grim Satire on Modern Government. - i (From "TruUiV Tusmanjan Correspondent.) The New Town Infirmary, into which ahs collector moot of Tasmania's derelicU of society, along with quite a number of people who are not derelicts, is in its methods pro- f bably the most barbarous allegedly charit- I table institution la he [ouvd in any °i th« Australian States. Into this 'home'' are herdt.\l confirmed nlrokolics, moutally fechie, ( blind. iiu»l physically crippled people. the j very old, pregnant pa'.iper women, ami child- I rt-n wboio only oilc-nce against, society is that their parents are worthless, dead, or otherwise unable to support tbrra. The community is :v conglomerate; maps of human wreckage, mixed with a sprinkling of Tus- , nianian youth. That is a fair sample of the Tasraanian politician's tense of respon sibility toward* the vou'.li of the couat-rv. Every child who b«oniw depe...

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