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EARLY MELBOURNE. IN 1859. The Wreck of the Royal Charter (Continued). No. 229. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

'EARLY MELBOURNE.; IN 130'J. Tfao Wreck of tbo Itoyal Charter (Continued). ^15} ulu chum.") .No. 220. (All lights Ucicrved.) to rest us usual, am., .i.-. ihey buj'CLl, tor lh«' 1 t.u> wiiu-U they luul pas^en/er was alvrt. Ou-.» tfomiiMiuii wa-> ;uLa.».ly awak«U'-ii l>v and the tirst burned exclamation Lr beam was ironi i ai-taui Wither*. "Come «iif•:ctiy ; \v aie aii i 1 v.jJl tak-> your cluld : eotue al'-ir.*." A - :)!•• -.hip bumped Hi,' un-n-, tan.lit. •- ,i 11: f. . aen other. and yjitcou«. «•«•!. V nil-., ji:»• Tut- \>s. ilf. J lo.;t i-, in : 1;.- I *.-• p-r.i. -;<H)d up m t ho ,ih« r.-.l .^uoii tb'.' Ihoii'iej ui' He *.»». • on Uu:L could b<1 ,o thro Or. Hutch, fn-td «!»■< !.«• .it all afraid. We are on a sumly I uoach. an.i »• uii• ii m tli>- s-aud; we are J4Tn uot. mi pace. tin- aii'i the tide :cr b'ave us di . Y.m; w I he >i:m e, 4au live ship }■> aU'U ' when J In* lie-:;! Charter struck the j rock ,V aie told, the fi...

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)
A SERIOUS COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

A SERIOUS COMPLAINT. | '■Tii?k-in*tlif»-Bui,'' whn appoare to ba j that thp Alfred Hospital ckcraist i<> l"us**d to <li?p?n?<? a hc:rs<? surgeon's prescrip tion unless the patient paid £•*., which ha hml not cot. J: thi> complaint is well :cundod, tup patient sbonlu romrcunicato vrith Mr. Watt, the .State Tr<?a=uri>r. seoin<: that tbo institution receives a larjro Govern ment subsidy. It is not only an injustice to the patient, but an cutrr.go on the com mttnifT. to turn adrift a man sufi>rin£ from a highlr-conta^iou^ disease* not. pay for raedicin?. Jovrlius Eni-jbr- io tbe Actors' Association, at tbc cotnplimemarv dinner tendered to him : It is to the vounu uriors we now fc&To to look,'" and 50 on. Theatres we haTe, but lack thr?e trifling factors—somo cramatiit*, trv.e critics, and £or>d actors.

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 — 7 March 1914

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (i.v Advjlxos Oxl*): PER AXNTJJI, 12s.: HALF-YEARLY, 63.; QUARTERLY, 3i Hf-rf *hnU tlif Vrrw tlir lijht maintain. i'MKM bv smkinhribM t«v sun. Her? Patriot Tr.rm hrr rlonoos prfcpow dra». rirdcPfi to Fraternity, Liberty aiid Li'-*. SATURDAY, MAKCn 7. 101-J.

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

MEDICAL. HEALTH, STRENCTH AND VIGOR RESTORED ix rouii wkkks BY THE the ONLY in'falliblu ku11cdv woaknhss and debility. l'»ea for over a quarter o! .1 century srl;'j unparalleled cimh '.hrou^houl the world. Dr. RICORD'S Essence of Liii restore* Manhoo i to the mo«'. -hit'-re.l an s .l-jbili taf-l .-onslhutiosn. rcjuvcuv.in; ill ;ha iiuporun: tleiuruui of the human lr*:».c. 1'RICE. lils.. or four .juantitu^ i» one for 3h freight. is. and is. 01. i'ampbleu fre«. freight. is. and is. 01. i'ampbleu fre«. atrenta: It. u\ iu:i>l»omk nn<i ca, No. ml °- w WAH KEE and Externally, * 130 UUSSELL street/ melbourne (Opposite Kind's Theatre). Hours: 9 n.ui. to 9 p.u). Telephone 1335. i "\VKX t ttta'y and' S u ±\." \ i\jl great success. . cures hydatids. LIVER ami KIDNEY complaints, ; bah legs, eczema, i nervousness in all forms. i And All Other disease*, i With reliable HERBAL remedies. 163 BOURKE street, melbourne, chinese doctor, Door* from Street. MEDICAL. IF you have* tried numbe...

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

this neat villa, ' r.niit iiv us «itii MILLER'S PATENT WEATHERED IKON'. 0.\'1,Y £500. We also HuiM t,, ,-cnr Order COTTACCS, VILLAS, Any Sine or IV,-is", ''.rick or Wood, 1 From £» Derosil. nNICOL, MILLER & Co. 125 SWANSTON ST. ! tub SILVER.TONED Accofdeon .' | No. 715. j I For Accompaaimont, Solo Worl: etc.. this modol .-lands nIon«.' Ebonised and polishod o,v. 10 keys, i? bnss«»s. i.' of roods, 2 actinR stops, ninefold triple hol lows. SOLD EVERYAVHERE. WlWERSOt! )Eaa Beamed Practice al 125 COLLINS ST. j Hours: 2 to 4, 7 to 8 p.m. ! Telephone 6934 Central. Eeiidence: 31 Blesslngton-sirect., Si. KiltU. i Telephone 51 Windsor. ONLY ONE MM TO PAY. Hire yoti mail.ir In^i. time yet? Uon t you find thai ijott everyone is ba<u at wori:, \ou .;til! ha?* a few . debts worryiiif yon- Would it not. ! bf> bettor tor Ton t."> par the?* small deoU, and only hav» r,n- »aB to pav a :&yr shillings tach we.-lcf iWV ASSISTANCE WILL HELP, vou ; To do znh-r, i: is wv !...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SOCIETY'S SADDEST SCOURGE. MORE LIGHT ON THE RED PLAGUE, The Special Report to the Medical Congress. OUR INDIAN "FELLOW-SUBJECTS" CENTRES OF CONTAGION. Danger from Polynesia, India, China, and Japan: NOGUCHI'S DISCOVERY THAT ALL GENERAL PARALYTICS ARE SYPHILITIC—ONE MELBOURNE CHILD IN EVERY TEN DECLARED TO BE SYPHILITIC — DR. BOTTOMLEY STATES THAT CASES OF CANCER SPRING FROM SYPHILIS. —HE SPEAKS ON VENEREAL DISEASES FROM THE LECTERN OF THE MELBOURNE ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL—WHY SHOULDN'T NEW SOUTH WALES LEAD THE WAY IN THE STAMPING OUT OF VENEREAL DISEASES? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

/ SOCIETY'S SADDEST SCOURGE. ' " ' < MORE LIGHT ON THE RED PLAGUE, The Special Report to the Medical Congress. OUR INDIAN "FELLOW-SUBJECTS" CENTRES OF CONTAGION. ; Danger from Polynesia, India, China, and Japan: NOGUOHTS DISCOVERY THAT ALL GENERAL PARALYTICS ARE SYPHILITIC—ONE MEL- j BOURNE CHILD IN EVERY TEN DECLARED TO BE SYPHILITIC — DR. BOT- I TOMLEY. STATES THAT CASES OF CANCER SPRING FROM SYPHILIS. j —HE SPEAKS ON VENEREAL DISEASES FROM THE LECTERN I OF THE MELBOURNE ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL—WHY j SHOULDN'T NEW SOUTH WALES LEAD THE WAY IN THE STAMPING OUT OF y VENEREAL DISEASES? (from Sydney "Truth;H March 1.) J There h&V© been many expressions of fervent approval, from both men *i»u women, in aJJ stations of life, of the ef forta that wo havo mado to give pub licity to the facta relating to the necessity | for an Act of Parliament empowering the I authorities to 8tamp out oil venereal dle tap^K. ThQ HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS MATURE at these maladies, and the extent to wh...

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

A REAL HOME LESSON. FATHER AND DAUGHTER HEAL THEIR CUTS AND SCALDS WITH ZAM-BUK. In thousands of homes Zum-Buk is daily demonstrating its wonderful utility 'as a first-aid for accidents. Remarkable sooth ing and antiseptic properties wake 2am BuU the ideal healer for cuts, bruises, burns, scalds, sprains, etc. Zatn-Buk sub dued pain and inilanirnation, prevents fester* ing, and, ensures a epeedy and perfect • re* i lie;. The experience *of Airs. C. S. Boys, Cawthorue-atreet, Southwark, Adelaide, is a typical instauce. "Alv children," she says, "are always in the wars, but, thanks to Zam-£uk, their in juria are speedily healed. My little girl Thelma foil and cut her kuee-cap. Th« vroutid was very deep and for a few days she was practically a cripple. Ordinary remedies did her no good. I then applied Zam-Buk, which in a few days healed her knee, splendidly. ' "My eldest daughter, Kathleen, severely scalded her arm with steam from the kettle. Her arm blistered up in a fearful manner, b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RECORDS OF THE RING. AT THE STADIUM. MATT'S MERRY MITTING! Welter Wells Wallops Woundily. BRONSON BANGED AND BATTERED BADLY. The Hebrew's Performance a Revelation. NOT A RAY OF HOPE FOR RAY FROM "BOX ON" TO SPONGE. [?]OOLISHLY GAME, THE YANKEE TAKES A TERRIBLE TROUNCTING. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

RECORDS OF THE RING. (By "BOXER MAJOR."). Welter Wells Wallops Woundily. BRQHSON BUNGED WID BfiTTEP.EO BAOLY. The Hebrew's Performance a Revelation, NOT A RAY OF HOPE FOR RAY FROM "BOX ON" TO SPONGE. 700LISHLY GAME, THE YANKEE TAKES A TERRIBLE TEOUNCIIIG. The fact that ttay Bronson, tho Ameri can welterweight who has be»;n laying claim to the championship of t world In that clu«<», had been defeated In both j Hie fights he had engaged In since he re-! turned to Australia this time, bringing! along that destructive young lightweight MHburn Saylor, accounted for the fact that there were considerable vacant spaces on the ..terraces on Saturday night, when Bronson met Matt Wells. It was a big crowd,.but fell far short of-capaclty busl- ' nefs. . ! Wells was making Ills debut in the welter class, and It was tho Interest tho public took In seeing how he'd nhape when not hampered and weakened by being forced to do a weight he was no longer ablo to make and be capable of doing hi...

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

Are Twinges that Tell You of Hidden, Dangerous Kidney Troubles. When the Vadneyi are sick, sharp, dartatt? puss strike 70a in the bad:, loins, or eidco—pains almost tit* yoat farvata ewajr, cad often maks joa cry out in agony. It is almost impossible t« mistake the as kidney point* for tioy seam to ccntro about the emaT] of tb« back, where tko kidneyi ere I oca ted. And still ther» »re many persona who think bae4taci»e U merely a nrossslsr trouble—Bometin^ that h erpoctod to pan tew*7 wifij « little r««t, aided by a plaster, or by rabbin* with liniment. " Tfa«re ia no poster or liniment that irfQ reach tho inside excio—tick kid neys. What in needed is a kidney tneiione—* kidney sUinulattt to start tho .kidney* wsgkfng u they ^herald—a hemline, toothing tonic. to rcti<rre sz>d cure congestion ud inflammation in th.o k-idrcjt. There is no other rcmrdy for sick kidneys <ps*e equal to Doan'i Bade ache Kidney Pilla. This simple remedy has ncr«r been excelled, bce...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HOARE V. NORTON. THE RECENT LIBEL ACTION. Projected Appeal Against Judgment. Fixed for April Sittings of Full Court. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

HOARE V. NORTON. THE RECENT LIBEL ACTION. Projected Appeal Against Judgment, Fixed for April Slttinfs of Full Court. _ It- appeal gainst the verdict in Ii\.r] action by Benjamin Hoare acaii»;\ fyhr* Norton, delivered in the Stai* Chie. s Court during the December sitting, and which was adverse to John Sorter!, \r:i? mentioned at tbo sitting of the Full < vri yesterday, when hi« Honor, Wr •John ••,.1.! '!, and Justices a'Bec-kHt and Hood ^r< 'idin?. Mr. MeArthur. K.C., who, v.iih Sir, .St"'::-';, »nstru.'toj br Messrs. Snuvrb.i.1 u» • uiiu'nian. r.i>peared for John .Norton, 01 .a !iod that. ai^.Tppoal was pen din?, bui ;ho :r.;j£kIIant'.< coHvifor? wore mi preparffi. i; ., ij.»vin.» ber-n ab!.» to ?et u copy of i..-; tt.lio Chief Justice's* nofi < until the d;.\ m.-.••ioiKl.v. U was. therefor., desin-d ilj. ppeal «hot:!d he deici-r^d um:i iho Aj'-'i ..»gs of ilu- Fuji fyuii No obji"':; <i: >v.i t offered by Mr. fl. 1. Cohen...

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

CHALLENGE. MURPHY CHALLENGES THE WORLD TO CUKE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL BLEEDING PILES. iVruiaU'/M Curr». K*tabli*hcd 1B91. MURPHY'S PILE PILLS, Non-ap'Ti %:;t. Hc-T,1 ThousainU 01 Ci'rs, some :ut»-r -•in'eriiiL' ov.-r -.0 yar.». Mad* and SoM by ANDiU'W .MURPHY, W'oy Wnv, N.S.W., Sole Proprietor. Hrice 5?. por ho\. r,r a cour?? ot 8 betes i)l. All i'r vOn Sal'? at .ill Chemists, Druggists, and Storekeepers throughout tho Suvte*.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ALICE WRIGHT'S BABY. Who is the Father? Girl's Remarkable Story. Disbelieved by the Bench; Who Befuse to Make an Order. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

ALICE WRIGHT'S BABY. I Who Is the Father? Gill's Uemarkahla Story. Disbelieved by the Bench; Who Befuse to Make an Order. Leo Brecse, & more youth, was charged at Prestou on Tuesday with baling ieft bis ille gitimate child, born of Alice Wright, with out adequate mcana of support. Mr. i*. Kidgeway appeared for defendant, who de« fcitu paternity. Alice Wright, a pleasant-featured, slim girl, gave evidence that she met detendant on May 11, 1913. He asked her to go to the pictures with him. She told bim she was going to visit some friends. 1 After she had paid ber visit, she again saw^ him, aud he • said that us.jt was too late'to go to the pictures they would walk home; They bad < arrived,at ^Jessie-street, in front of Eome 'pine trees^.when defendant-suggested *they should:-sit down. She declined, and he said if; she did riot he would throw her down She said, "If,you harm me, Leo Breese, you will pet into trouble." Ho replied, "I'm not frightened of you or ycur-rel...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TROUBLES OF AN ELDERLY COUPLE. Wife Accused of Unchastity. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

TROUBLES OF AN ELDERLY COUPLE. - Wife Accused of TTnchastity. The woe3 of an elderly couple were .4ted to Dr. Cole. P.M., and Messrs. Barrow, incl Allison, Js.P., sitting at the Preston Bench ou Tuesday last, when Hannah Maria Smyth, proceeded against her husband. Thomas eJtnyth, alleging that ho had' left, lier without means of support. . Mr. A. S. Wilkinson appeared for com* / ' *" plainant. He said the ease bad been before! the court eight, weeks -previously, . but the/ complai»it bad been dismissed by. the bench.^ s, Since that time defendant had refused to support his wife, and had not siren her any money at nil. ' : Complainant said she was married on Feb. • ruary 17. 1871, when they were in Ireland, Of late her husband had not. supported her. and she had no means of livelihood. If \\i '> had not been for money sent her she would ♦ , hare starved. Defendant: Hare you. been a good wife to j Did you ever stop out late with a man, i or did you ever have the name of "beinj a j ...

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

MUMMERANDQM. In accordance with their latest scheme for providing the Australasian public with the b<;st of everything- in the war of entertain ment. the llrennun-FuUer management, are making sweeping changes in Melbourne. The good old Gaiety is in future to be an up-to date moving picture house, while its com panion, the Bijou, -which ha* been thorough ly renovated, is to be re-opened on Saturday night -with two vaudeville shows ft night. Though the programmes may be somewhat shortened, they will lose nothing in quality Ratier will th*y pain, as none but th choicest vaudevillion tit-bits will be offered. . * * * • ' : "Midway, as it.were, between the .continu ous picture show and the old-fashioned night screening only, comes Hoyt's with, two es-' ceptionally long programmes occupying the' afternoon and evening. ,Tbe!very latest »» film features are constantly being brought, forwardt and- at -this house,' at-any /.rate, patrons get both Quantity and quality. - Next' week'...

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

THE PRELIMINARY. Syd MitchoU was winning thf prelimin ary ton rounder from Ja^k Mj/vh«* ron.-i foruvbly, when hLs obst.naev in porvistlr-'- 1 in using hi* left under the chin to pu^il i Mayiie off, resulted in his disquruiftcaLiou and the award of rclvroe Marre goinc lo ! Jack in the seventh round. MUrhPlt's ilervtt rights under the lirarr ' raised a crimson swelling ovon tn "he- tlv*> I round, and took a lot nut of th«? h-ir.K-i l^nKltahmun. who wwr fuMjrht so we'll i-i Sydney before SyJ'd K-ft to the ia<v ' erratic at Sax, never rnlsaeA «#, tin xouocta

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

WELLS INTERVIEWED.: - / X had a chat ' wlthi the winner, after he bad been dressed. There was nothing, bar a bit of redness about the eyes, to show he'd been fighting, while he -was as cool and calm as a judge In equity- He expressed .deep regret that he had 'been compelled to "continue to punish so came but surely beaten man. - Dscusslng the weight question, and, tho effect of his freedom from wasting, 'and tb take. what food and liquids he desired. Matt, said he had weighed tbe lOst 3?41b' In his ring rig and sweater, and had no doubt he. could do lOst 21b 'without i the least trouble. : i rV Nctt' that I .have made'this weight under every reasonable Indulgence," he said,. "I quite expect that I will be able to work; gradually back to lightweight and I sincerely hope .<?o. for 1 want that world's, lightweight championship, and ! think. I can suroly win it. There's more i money for that, class than for the weiter •• L

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

by their ways," etc. Two detectives are accompanying the leaders' who 'were snipped away. The latter are 'travelllnff fttvt-ctrss, and are belnf? specially well-treated. - It Is stated that the only complaint wna thtit they were not provided with linen collars.—"Prom cable re deported South •African strike leaders. ^ Tlme wu- when sturdy democrats, ; " . llade quite a lot of row. airs, " A cryln' out agin top 'ats . And creases down yer t rs. . They woro sorft shirts, decollatay, And didn't spend 110 dollars • On laundry. Why are they to-day A-Biagln? out for collars? Time wuz when in the British 'Ouse Of Commons, our 'eatl jokers, Would never dream to come an' rouse in stiff, starched, stand-up chokers. But things is changed, it seems ter toe. They're worshippin' tlu; dollar— And sportin" In their lin-ger-ree The 'ated Tory collar! They're vrorshlppin' tlu* golden calf, , (Same as out in Australia), And, not to do the thing l<y 'alf, They're vearin* the regalia. They're ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"TRUTH'S" FIGHT. AGAINST THE COMPULSOEY COWPOXERS. WHICH THANKS US FOR OUR "MAGNIFICENT CHAMPIONSHIP OF PURE BLOOD AND BODILY LIBERTY." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

"TRUTH'S" FIGHT. AGAINST THE COMPUL SOEY COWPOXERS. EXTOLLED BY THE "VAC-. CINATION INQUIRER." WHICH THANKS US FOR OUH "MAGNIFICENT CHAMPIONSHIP OF PURE BLOOD AND BODILY LIBERTY." (From Sydney "Truth." March L) The fight that "Truth" carried on« • single-handed lu the press, against com* pulsory vaccination, and against the scaro ol bosus smallpox, haa attracted the ad miring attention of many persons in oth*» countries who are Interested in the battl» against the medical superstition ' called vaccination. There cannot be the lra*t doubt that, but lor our opposition, » f drast/fl compulsory vaccination law v.oulfl j now bo upon the statute book o£ New | South "Wales. "Until xre started our I EXPOSURES OP THE COWPOXEP.S. | they wf>re having everything all their on** J way. and would certainly have bf*en puo : cessful In placing upon us the fetter? of j compulsory vaccination. Our opposition I however, encouraged public men to hoi<* J protest meetings,'led-to the Labor C...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LOOKING BACKWARD. A CAUSE CELEBRE. The Case of Richard Thomas Bellemey—A Chemist Charged with Murdering his Wife—The Agent Poison—Mary Ann Harriett Hoare Bellemey—Drink and Dementia—Eminent Medicoes in Evidence—Benney, Turnbull, Fitzgerald, Brownless, Girdlestone—In the Multitude of Councillors there is Wisdom — Is there? An Acquittal—The Irish Bar to the Fore—"He Lived it Down"—Alderman, Mayor, and would-be-legislator. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

LOOKING BACKWARD. A CAUSE CELEBRE. The Case of Richard Thomas Bellemey—A Chemist Charged . with Murdering his Wife—The Agent Poison—Mary Ann Harriett Hoare Bellemey—Drink nnd De mentia—Eminent Medicoes in Evidence— Bennev, Turiibull, Fitzgerald, Brown less, Girdlesione—In the Multi tude of Councillors there is Wisdom — Is there ? An Acquittal—The Irish Bar to the Fore—" He Lived it Down "—Alderman, Mayor, and would-be-legislator. (By MAKK MKI3DLE.) In the* C.encral Hospital. M :;CV|Unrie-st ;-re{. Sydney. there died within the month u 1'fhruary, at the stat.-.t aye <.f u- yeats. OUft Who 7.V.-S i'M- ccnvv.ii iij-.uo ;» a s.-n nationaf trial tc>r murde, ;n 16o7. th- vi.tim hoinz iho a'<ti-d man* wile. ibe method of death. a!ie_:;-d v-v^'huu-. The <-a<e wa« a vciy ;-o: rt.«l «.n;-: hu. .1 mav h.- ;ii o.i< <• t»laletl that Wirhatd Thunuu Uelk-uu'y. th Xit:in ill the <;o.\., »n h:* f-'cns when h»* look um wi...

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