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A BIGAMIST "BOOBED." GAY AND GIDDY GOAD. Cruelly Deceives Widow Walters. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

A BIGAMIST " 80QBED." | GAY AND GIDDY GOAD. Cruelly Deceives Widow WalUrs. At the rnt sitting of the Crlm- • inal Court «m Thursday of lu?i week, 1 before Mr. .7n>t'-.'e Hcdg;-. u innn of 42. named Howard GomO. pleaded guikv to hi-vinjT at Ballarat K:'St on March ZW committed bigamy by mnrryincr Ada Walters, his lawful wife being then alive. Goad was married to Caroline Goad at Kilmore on November :J0. 1904, and they lived toother there for three vears. and at MiKlura for 1S months. According to the storie* told by both parties, the marriage turned out uu happily. the husband ASS.W1.TIXG HIS WTFE after they had been married for two month?. He left her after their resi- ; dence in Mildura. but afterwards re turned to Ifr. finally deserting her, how- , ever, in .li'OS. She did not see him 1 age in until ho appeared at tlie Ballurat City Court in December la?t on a charge of bigamv. Goad me-! Mrs. Ada Walters, a widow with five children, at the house of a friend at Ballurat Kast in ...

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

□ SHE El HI IEIE FREB DISTRIBUTION FULL SIZED (i 16) TUBE OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC FREE OF CHARGE' (SEE- COUPON) ■y^HAT KEPHALDOL IS: The people of the British Isles and 'of Continental TvU rope know that Kepiialdoi. is the Doctors' 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 afflicted.' It offers possibilities not possessed.by;remedies used for similar purposes, for it can be used in ex-( .tremely large doses when required, and it in noway aflects the .heart lor general, condition deleteriously.' Having tested it continuously'since its ap-■ penranceand proved its efficacy, it bas been adopted practically by all the Continental Hos pitals and the majority o/ those at home, 11 lias been amply proved to be of great scientific value, and thousands of doctors prescribe, use and enthusiastically endorse it, Kophaldol is ail unfailing, quict-actinu specific for all ...

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

SOLICITOR LAZAEUS, A docent nort is Lazarus, Who treats hid clients well; Ho isn't of tho "smarty" kind Who blusters "Go to 1" Always civil and polite, Obliging to u fault, When ho thinks you'vo spent euough— Wall—ho'a tho chkp to halt. .

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

OB. CASH. Councillor Cash, ho cots a da3h Ah mugwump—civic fatbor! In Coburg's hall ho does appal With "kid" and "side"—ves, ra ther! But never rash is this samo Cash; He minds his pecs and qucuesos— The sort of chap, don't give a rap, But docs just what he chooses.

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

OE. BOELL. Here's Mister Eoell, a councillor In far-famed old Fitzroy, , Who mado things hum in days gone by, 'Cos he's a daring boy. The mayoral chair he tried to fill, [ Bat prudish cobbers blocked him— J They said 'twas wrong to robe him so, i And finailv ther "knocked" him.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AN UNNATURAL FATHER. Prayed That His Sick Child Would Die. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

AN UNNATURAL FATHER. Prayed That His Sick Cliild Would Die. . ' When one of the children was in tho hospital lie wont on b:s knees ami prayed that tho child would die," wjs the tearful testimony of M:irv U.'esloop. when sr'vinff evidence in the i-'outh Melbourne Court on Mondev, before Messrs. Clarborougli, Dunbar and "fy.-nm-t, Js.l'. The unfortunate woman is one of th<! ut'i'Iectfd wives, and was miinjj a powerfully bu.lt man namrd John Haes looo for tho maintenance of Ler*:lf aud children. The complainant, in icpiy to her solicitor, Mr. Rogers, said her husband was a lighter man. and that his wages -were £2 5s. per week. He made other motley. however, so that his total income wan £5 per week. .She had not. received any money from him for tho' last four months, and when she asked him ft>r assistance, he replied that he did not intend ty support her any longer. 3rr. Ro<?er*: Did he give you any reason? —He said that, he HAP ANOTHER WOMAN on tho lighter, and...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DAVEY'S DUCATS. PINCHED BY PROWLING FOOTPADS. Inglorious Ending to an Evening's Frolic. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

DAVEY'S" DUCATS" PINCHED BY PROV/LING TOOT- 1 . PADS. | Inglorious Ending to an Evening's j rrulic. vvj:u xobbeiv iii compam. Mr. J. 2. Woiuursfci. K.C., prosecuted for tiir- Clown, suj jJr. P. J. Kjagfv.*ay ap pearcj far tin* prjjyntr. The -a-*'- tor the Ci^wn wss that cu Jan uary 30. n'u-r dm-.u^ with -±\ the Caw lK>uat. Dav*?y auj L:i friend took a couple ^f;youiJ7 women for a mitor c'.riw to Iil-uk burn. On th>- ifturn lofrnoy Dav y's mend arid otu- of thv j^'ri9 ui^'hic-Li at Malvern. Luvey atid thv v.cor.o i'-rl drove, on tw EIstt-ru7.ii;!:. Ubd there parted, when Davty SET OUT IN THE MUTOK for im hoice at K«-.v. The vducl,- pro-etd *-u by nay oi Su'.u^'.ca siiiu Victoiia streets and utrned into CarUigan-s^rt'.-i, -»vuere it ;-0!!hK d^v/itb a *tat:ouaiy baiui.,iu cab, and sii'tain'/d s'icii da:na<.<- to :ijf ja'iiatvr that tl:.- r!riuiiti:r thought .. a'Jv.iuij!-: to re turn with ail bpu'.d to li'j i.'ara;;.> South M*-;'couri;e. He departed. )e-....

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

THE MOST PATIENT PEOPLE MUST SHOW ANNOYANCE AT TIMES. Everybody lias (heir hour of trouble. Jiut people haviug any irritation of the Have man; hours of trouble. Nothing so annoying; nothing bo irritat lt's a hard and trying position. Leave it alone, aud you can hardly bear it. Keli»-f aud cure have come at last. People have put it to the test. Doan's Ointment cures skin disease. People arc learning that this U so. Hero is a case in point:— Mr?. II. Gunn. 52 Aberdeen-road, Pxah ran, Melbourne, says:—"For pome consider able time I suffered with a nusly, irritating rash on my leg. It was uiost troublesome at night time and iu warm weather, but was always very trying. I was advised to uso Doan'b Ointment, and rent to Hood's Phar niucv for a pot. The first few applications eased the irritation, and a short treatment banished the ailment. It means a lot to be free of this irritating rash, and I recom , mend Doan's Ointment to all vrbo suffer with any form #of skin trouble. I always keep a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BRUTALISING A BOY. "Gaol Will Do Him Good," Says His Mother "BUT IF THEY FLOG HIM HE WILL DIE." Story of Young Wilde's Early Days—Delicate Infant Develops Devilish Temper—Wilful Boy Becomes Unmanageable by Indulgent Parents. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

BRUTAUS1NG A BOY. "Gaol Will Do Him Good," Says His Mother "BUT IF THEY FLOG HIM HE WILL DIE." Story of Young Wilde's Early Days—Delicate Infant Develops Devilish Temper—Wilful Boy Becomes Unmanageable (by Indulgent Parents. Mrs. Tamo, of 18 Rupert-street, Col lingwood, tlio mother of young "Wilde, who was last week sentenced by Judge "Kagleson to bo flogged, called at. tins oftico on Monday and gave some par ticulars regarding his early life that show conclusively that, every other con sideration apart, ho certainly is not a fit subect for tho triangle, there to bo flogged by tho flagellator's lash. "Wo were living iu Gray-street, South Yarra, when Tommy was born," she said. "Ho was only an eight months' child, and very delicate, having water I on tho brain. I was then only 21, hav- j ing been married when I was 17, and | when the boy was six weeks old Mr. | "Wilde died of consumption. Thus, after ; having born worried with delicate husband, 1 was left with two hoys, oim three year...

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

! CARRION GROWS. i „ I If anyone want* interesting reading he ought to follow the evidence beforo tbo In Commission. A lot of it lately has j been "hot stuff." ThA* proceedings before ; the Commin&iou commence*! with a nicj>, | comfy, purring sort of sound, that l<xl to tho i l»cl;ef that we had struck another harmless tribunal * of the stick-in-porridg© rarely. The testimony concerning the piano industry und the dod'^'o of iha master printers, how ever, bus redeemed the reputation. Tho Com mission, u?ut all, is worih while. For in effable hido the piano cadgers just al>o\:t take tbo bun; but. it's a dead certainly they arc only representative, in this direction, of other rapacious rooks who want to bo bolstered u{> by" on exorbitant tariff, and whose otitni£«*3U5 claims have yet to be heard. The evidence has »bo«rti that u pia.no which costs £16 1o make in (lermany, stands the importer, in £33-Kiuty, freight, and landing charges—before he gets it in his ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST Second Series: No. IX. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

I ■ -■ ■ , , 1 Second Series: No. IX. Plunging anew, "in nicdias j res, ' wo come again to 11m con-' sideration of tlio circumstances j under which -Jesus appeared as (lit- • moral Messiah of Mankind; the' class of people with whom lie con- ■ sorted, and to whom He appealed: ■ the classes whom lie antagonised I and repelled; the principles lie :' preached, and the practices He ; reprobated; and the forces of superstition and sacerdotalism which He excited against Himself, : and the sympathies and senti- , menu which He conciliated. This ; will bring us to the Crucifixion, j and to the destruction of .Joritsa- i lem so soon after; mid thence, by ! a pro cess of natural progression, to the inevitable comparison of Ilis lite and death with those of Caesar, aud. later, to a compari son of these with those, of Xapo leon. It will, Moreover. confirm the pertinent, if pleasing and par tial parallel, drawn bv Fronde, between Christ and Caesar, both in their lives aud deaths, and their deific...

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

PRETTY PICTURES. O.P.S. OOP.MIOK.' Tlie Carlton Clrrk of Court* you see In this Y'ro pretty picture; He's been out then* v_> long that tliov Say 1i«\h a bully iiitun>. But C'ormick id a hrsiiny <rlj Aud teach"* bonks th«» ropM, And some <htv li«*'Jl become P.ir.— At least, bo lias his hopes!

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
OLD AGE PENSIONER'S PELF. SAVING FOR FUNERAL EXPENSES. Woman Charged with Theft. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

OLD ACE PENSIONER'S PELF. SAVING TOR FUNERAL EXPENSES. Woman Charged witii TJieft. At tbo Allendale Polieo Court on Wednesday of last week, Mrs. Cather- j ino O'Hallornn. of Smeaton, was | charged with having robbed an old age pensioner named James Cahill, aged 71' years, a resident of Cleiwnpton. Mr. ! 11. L. Lazarus appeared for tho'inform ant, the neeuscd being unrepresented by counsel. The case for Cahill was that he lived in a .hut at Olemenston, and had laid by a sufficient .sum to cover HIS, FUXEIiAL EXPENSES. On January ID of this year. Mrs. O'Hal loran visited his hut, and had some conversation with hint, after which ho went to sleep. Ho had left £20 7s. on a box on tho table, and when ho woko up tho money was gone. On tho fol* lowing day he visited accused, who ! handed him back £Kl 5a., and on being aaked for the remainder she replied, "That is all," and on lieiug further questioned said, "I do not know what made me takn your money." Ilia re ply was, "You wanted to do a b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WATT'S BIG BLUNDER. CHAOS AMONGST IMMIGRANT SETTLERS. Failure of the Goulburn Valley Irrigation Scheme. Sorry Plight of the Pommies—Soil Impervious to Water—Three Acres to the Beast—Land Not Worth a Dollar an Acre—How Intending Settlers are Deceived—Stranded Englishmen and their Wives—Star Thistles as Exhibits—The Tongala Trap—Fifteen Large Estates Purchased Unfit for Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

WATT'S BIG BLUNDER. CHAOS AMONGST IMMIGRANT SETTLERS. Failure of the Goulburn Valley Irrigation Scheme. Sorry Plight of the Pommies—Soil Impervious to Water—Three Acres to the Beast—Land Not Worth a Dollar an Acre—How Intending Settlers are Deceived—Stranded Englishmen and their Wives—Star Thistles as Exhibits—The Tongala Trap—Fifteen Large Estates Purchased Unfit for Agriculture. acSein^"Hpridc3 himBe1' °n his I ' So'ha^m8 t0 'j?4 I *r r,;? tl: i naoptoil but ho has forgotton to tell has Si° "f tl,e ™istnkc3 W.« Ministry j ' }lin<r S,,,:n Pu"1,as'»'K land and set lulUr5»ttts 011 barren wastes bJ"bennntri!iIUiia?ri-CUltUraI Prod»«tioa nns boon m«rde<l m Victoria hv <],,> ' ut'tt3'^ ■')-1:,Dd-POliC-V ^P Io u r!1",l;strat,on of Watt and Co. m -« I ^ouiburn . Valley a shocking Mi'ut 1,1 •'•°n -n[l<3° oi closer settlu UThLl VntT^iwu\ Thu com- f |n. ° Canadians, 'English nen a„a mm {fnm thn ^ ne»s& ?«* T,K;,of «■«»•1 f« W' Ku-voga'Xa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A WORD TO THE WISE—AND THE MUGS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

A WORD TO THE V/1SE—AND THE MUCS. , Year* ago, when the notorious "Spanish Treasure" swindle was in tin* full zenith of its ill-gotten prosperity, tho mugs of Melbourne lea the way in their wild scramble to unload into the take-down. Eveu to-day a belated let i ter from tho seat of operations draws ! its casual fiat, notwithstanding; all the | warning against the snide business that j tho fate of other victims has provided, i As, however, tlie still undiscovered boodle in .Spain has naturally lost its drawing power as a profitable lurk, other substitutes for rooking the ready lambs must be found; and the err is •4Still they come." The latest in'tHe line of tapping the Australian public is. although possibly not iu the same category, no less interesting than its predecessors. At first sniff the fishy :«mell isn't assail ably detectable; it doesn't welt you on the boko with tho | clear imprint of snidencss. It is. in ] fact, at first blush a most respectable | and eminently genuine af...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SPIRITISM AND SPOOKS. GHOST OF W. T. STEAD GRETS, Per Medium of a Mejum. Rev. Abbott Mouths on the Old Religion. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

SPIRITISM AND SPOOKS. GHOST OF W, T, STEAD GRETS, Per Medium of a Mejum. Rev, Abbott Mouths on the Old Religion. (From Sydney "Truth," March 1.) "Then said tho woman. Whomshalllbring op to Tfcco? And lie said, Bring me up Samuel."—I. Samuel, it, , - The belief in Spiritualism,1 say thej Spiritualists, was', the • prevalent faitb of Christendom, and it is only since the middle of the eighteenth century that'it began to cease to be. But the Spiritualist*, like other religious oc^quasi-religious sects, say plenty; of things that .cauootbe proved, unless by accepting an authority • and swallowing all he advance*; But no rational man doubts that superstition, the belief in witchery, ministering spirits, deraonism, is much i^fcer than civilisation. All savage races believed it. and religious people of different faiths held it as firmly as the niggers. ' The Jewish Scriptures teach it, if plain English is to be believed, in scores of places, and that evil spirits were s^nt from God to trou...

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

THE ANCIENT SAI.GA.LjS&rf • V* ¥ *» ■'I vaa th* Ancient Bargainer : That • rallied' forth for meat— '■' fiery gleam was in her eye, • For;she had none to eat sugar-bag was In her hand. .And she was filled with heat. \nd there amongst the jostling crowd Bofore the shop she stood. With lamentations long and loud She' chilled the listener's blood— Her dreadful cries rose to skies Alas! It" was ho good. "Mutton,. mutton everywhere, - My hungry eyes doth 1 greet— Mutton, mutton everywhere, BUt not a bit to eat! Ewes, hoggets, lambs; fat wethers, rams— Converted notto meat!" Down dropped the sun—up rose the moon. And stiir the furious dame Fought with the fierce and jostling ruck, . And shouted, "Blackguards!" "Shame!" ".You do, not-know—you never could— i The way.to play the game!" . Up rose again the glorious .'sun, •It was no longer night; At last the Ancient Bargainer Emerged from out the fight— , Clasped tight within,her either hand, ... A liver and a light! ' . "Mutton; mutt...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LOVELY LILLIAN. MAKES FUN FOR MEADSTREET. Williams Gets Into the Wars. BUT BAKERS DISGORGE THE THICK [?]UNS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

LOVELY LILLIAN. MATTES FUN FOE MEAD STEEET. Williams Gets Into the Wars. BUT BAKERS DISGORGE THE THICK 'UNS. (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) Tbo rcside-nts of ilcad-Btrect, Waterloo, cannot be d&Fcribcd as belonging to the finicky fort, osp^ciiilly with regard to th« feminine gender, this being amply shown in a ease of assault which was hoard by Mr. Pavien, S.M., at the Hcdfcrn Police Court on Tuesklay. Onarles and Ernest linker, brothers, 31 and 21 years respective ly, were charged with assaulting on© (i^orge Williams on February 7; and also with damaging a door, a lamp, and house hold ornaments, valued at 45s, belonging t u Sidney b iyh. Mr. Cromwell prosecuted, and Mr. Kanker defended. George Wiliiarns, a young miner from CoLar, living at 5 Mead-street, said that on thn afternoon of Saturday, February V, the Bakers CALLED AT THE JIOUSK where he lodged. The door was locked, bat they forced it in, rushed into the house, and iiroceedud to stiffen him. In fact, they ia...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"A STATE THAT'S GROWING OLD." HOW FAT REVILES VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

"A STATE THAT'S GROWING OLD." HOW,FAT REVILES"VICTORIA, ''The' farmers and the dredgers have never been able to work together. In tlio-past, the Government has listened too mueli to the farmer. The Minister for Alines is responsible for the present trou blfe. He never had any sympathy with tis. I do not think he lias the backbone to fight against the imaginary grievances of the farm er. I am sick-of Victoria/—IVW. Tewkesbury, dredge - owner and farm-destroyer, in the Fat and Tory '"Argus." "The success of Tongkah is producing a crop of Malay tin propositions. Skipper 'IVddy Miles' Deebook Dredging Co. was men tioned the other (lav: 412.000 shares taken by the vendors. H8.000 to the public (rushed promptly ), and 2000 reserved. Miles saw the pos sibilities of Tongkah. and secured it for his Hobart jam-making friends. Follows the Katoo-Debook Co.. a float-off: and the Austral Malay Tin Trust, Ltd.. is a Sydney concern, with the .jam-manul'ae ttirers still prominent."—The " Hoodletin "...

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

ET rera Mm EK3 £33 E23 S3i L53 3 I My Magazine "investing (or Profit" S { FREE "or Six Months ui-'-i'MTiM 11 lr\|\:-' I n r„i;LTi t:.; < a^a'xit'.asc^ 2 WORTH AT LEAST £2 h IPIIiliPS [! >!. 1. BARBcA. Put).. M5«, 30 W. d«k;on Blrf., ChleijaJ I *3 pmi H£2 era BSD ABB ** J 'xfwud huU U> Qj aww -^rumxi jLo\ R'O-B-U'R.

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