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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

Let LLs Chapge Youp Advertising* With 'TRUTH'S" Electrical Energy! g g EfESj Seods "Wireless" Messages to Every Home in Australasia, lion P r§ y kiy! WHY NOT GIVE US YOUR COMMERCIAL NEW8-ViBRATIOMS TO TRANSMIT? Eight PopuQar Newspapers Conducted by JOH^S NORTON. Head Advertising Office : 3 Royal La.ne9 IVIelbourne. Branch Offices: Australia— ; Sydney—112 King Street Brisbane—215 Adelaide Street Perth—503 Hay Street Adelaide—King William Street Tasmania—Hobart. New Zealand— Wellington—Manners Street Auckland—9 Victoria Street Christ church—Gloucester Street Bunedin—George Street WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SELL? "Truth" touches every consuming centre throughout Australia and New Zealand. Spccial artistic designs and attention-compelling write-up suggestions submitted. Write now lor advertising rates and special space quotations. There's a Save mar* here to foe&p you sell your goods! THIS IS THE MAN VTHO CONDUCTS " TRUTH7S" SIGNED ADVERTISING SEBVICr GRANT 1IKRVEY. Reprrsontinz STR. J...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FOSTER'S FROLIC. A Bridegroom of Three Months Worried by His Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

FOSTER'S FilOLIC. A Bridegroom of Three Alonths Worried by llis Wife. I When Hubert Albert Foster, a^ed 50 years, ! a dr.r^r by ojwUput.on, steppe out of a • cuo! and <lc-m coil into tie Coiiiigwood Court on Tutrsi-jy, be wore a worried look as well as his workaday clothtsi. Foster, v.bo has litoiy couie into some of his de eeas.'d iuoib«r'i property, wis chareed with h assaulted hs recently-wedded wife. He den:td the cb:- —n and consulted in writing to iir. A. Collins. J.P., adjudicating ; on lii-- p.it flor^nce Foster, an apparently middle c£od female of pr> z-ntalk- appearance, pave i sworn testimony that her present husband, : j tfc*» accused. was ro&rr'ed to btj on October 2 lust. The previous day bo bad drink taken, ;ujd gate witness | A TKRUIBLE T1MJ3 of it, threatening that if he could only £tt hold of her triudpjfH- ho would pull it ri^'lit out. rJuo Chairman: But I vrant to know sjmc thiirr about the assault? Witness: First of all he pulied his boors ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY, JUNU[?] [?] MARRIED SWEETHEARTS: And the Abolition of that "Dreadfat Thing" Called Home. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

MARRIED SWEETHEARTS: And the Abolition of that "Dreadful Thing" Called Home. The "sanctity of the marriage tie, a catch phrase that has a synonym in "Home, Sweet Home" cant, was some- what rudely assailed in London quite   recently by that eminent Anglican divine, Dr. Weston, who, speaking at a meeting of the Women's Freedom League, said that many of the homes of England were "dreadful things"; and, as an espouser of woman's independence, he had no hesitation in advocating their abolition—the sooner the better. If   such a bold pronouncement as that woro I made by a Labor politician in Austr. what a howl of indication wouh •cnt up by tho parsonical puss»«v thoir cadaverous cobbers, ai'1 tod, and accentuated V caballers and clerical c* ^iWcston is "respectab1 . his proposals may Ik tng," they are not clasticallv anarc"* Tho "ho tie trad) r.n<3 that ihould \ them *'d deprived and per progressi that mu not alt* reaiisatio era that majority of her lo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

Brewed from malt and Hops ONLY.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A UNIVERSAL DEFENCE SCHE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

A UNIVERSAL DEFENCE SCHEME. "Great minds run in a single groove,"   Governor-General Denman has been telling     the people of Groperland that "the defence scheme of West Australia is mainly the de-   fence scheme of Australia." The Chief Jus- tice of Victoria, Sir John Madden, has often said the same thing in different words, when sitting in the Divorce Court. "The poten- tialities of West Australia for divorce are unlimited," he caustically said on one occa- asion recently. And on another, "West Aus- tralia is the haven of 99 in every 100 husbands who desert their wives, and who may   sit at ease there while their dependent wives and offspring, cruelly buffetted by the world, await the legal moment of severance from them. And they go thither, these heart- less husbands," "his Honor continued, "not from Victoria alone, but from every other State of the Commonwealth." Yea, verily, the defence scheme of West Australia i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MUMMERANDO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

MUMMERANDOM   Victorien Sardou's great drama "__       acy" will be produced at the Theatre Royal     on the 10th inst., with Julius Knight and Irene Brown in the leading roles. Hoyt's nrw star picturc* toe tho -..m,. ,.     week are "Princess Elena's ' J\li>QU..i ' „^<r ,v in Peril of the Law.-' These, it is pron''.f.J', j tiro well up to (bo execptional'.y illj?'. • " jvvd set by the }>ropvietvra of ths • ' r. •'_• p'cturc-plsy bouse nest the Tbeatn U-.vj j where, afternoon and ere/iing, weoU &f ,-r J week, hundreds upon hundreds flock c;..-• j to toe tho witty gctu» of b:ogr-ph Ui .• j folded for their dcieetalioa, j j, j The Gaiety lias been gay dining tii^ j day tcxdott, nnJ no wouJor. \\i: > i feci otherwise with al! the good th:i . | , aa enterprising nvatv.»peu«snt broU':V. ■ . ■ ward for tin; eriicrtunnieut of thi : ^ patrons? I'or ycue...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE RED PLAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

THE RED PLAGUE. The nature of the report of the Royal Commission recently appointed in England to investigate the extent and volume of venereal diseases, and to recommend the   h-r-i nicasur CS Kbn.TC with to stay the ravar in<: prcsrcH: i of thi » most, dreadful of dis c-ascT, i) already 1jri nj anticipated and con demncd br : Britisih r: iKdical men of standing. In a recent issue of u London medical pub IK-ation. th' lic?). 11. Fnrijuharson, P.C., M.D., T'uVsts n-ainit composition of the CVmtr.-s.-ion. It n. t« S3V3. "a bo dories f.nd J"'=!n'in ly s'.uflod by credulous u ntal women, whese tninion ma-, : he pr'j "Jictrd in ndvancr, and from which members, cither com* batant cr : iieuic.nl, of our publ.'c services arc careful! y o=?Iut led. Such a bodv can lurdly corn rr.and public confidence." Hi; adds; "Any ntteaip I to impose notification, with its ntt' prmant i S'jlaticn, will be strcjiu ousJr rcs'sti d." He atfo demands that toe proceedings of the &a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ALLEGED EXHIBITIONIST. Given the Benefit of a Doubt. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

ALLEGED EXHIBITIONIST.     Given the Benefit of a Doubt. An immigrant named Walter William Hewitt was charged at at the Prahran Court on Monday last week with having offended   by exhibitionist   practices on the South     Yarra railway bridge, on the afternoon of       the 18th inst. < 3 J.'clc said numerous complaints had hoc. • • about an unknown njtui who prowled al "jo railway bridge near Port land-pir ai>; Osbome-nreet. .iouth Yarra, and st-.-. - ended in the manner indi catcd. > •-r.--r3 kept watch during the a? tcrcoor: o. l£ih uk. until about 1 IS p.m. lie c_».ied accused r. .iiriy b'.-.tst," and arrest Mr. ii.-L :r.uon. J.P. ;.:u make any inquiries a>xt'c. h;:u Witness No: but he tali he was A MARRIED MAN living at No 41 Garden-street, South Yarra.   Ho also   said he had worked at the O.K. jam factory, but had b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DELU[?]ED "POMMIES." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

DELUDED "POMMIES." "A man can get 12s. a day ia the bush,"   innocently declared a "pommy" at the Port   Melbourne Court the ether day. Question-   ed, he said that he had jeard of this El- dorado from an immigration agent. He   probably did; but the immigration liar wasn't game to show him newspapers with   advertisements offering that rate of wages.   Had the deluded one seen a Melbourne   paper, he would have come across the fol-   lowing attractive (?} "ads." and others like   them:—   LAD, immigrant, wants learn general ' farm work, big, strong, willing do any- : tiling, yo anywhere; take lQs. -week; ' others, similar. LAD, do anything bo is tcld, wants job farm, willing, strong, healthy, 7s. 6d. yood farm useful, go anywhere. Surely it is time that these immigration ' cranks "took a tumble'* to themsclrej or were brought forcibly to real:*-? that th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ANOTHER WOWSERISTIC WAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

ANOTHER WOWSERISTIC WAIL. The wowsers of Horsham are working   themselves into a pictistical perspiration over the prospect of a few gallons of the   dreadful "der-rink" being consumed by those who feel inclined for it, at the forthcoming   hospital carnival. One of the leading spirits   in this wowseristic warfare against any in-   toxicants Iirincf suppl-cd at (he ca-nir.J is   the Rev. Geo. A. Judkins, who is filling the   air with lamentations because the committee   running the show have decided that any   i t'niely refr-Fhm-nt sba'l ho n!d» to' yet it : at a woil-cor.-iue'e>l b~otb. Thn reverend '^•ntleman is b".cv.\] up by a rnt«-rie of rtjd 1 water oatnwanhrf. an-J a furious ront.-oreniy : is raginrr in ih» Joel pris* on fh*» subject, ! Thus dors the ivowccr (Vrr-vh-rp act :?s a ' *.vet b!:w!:ot and a hi'l-joy to all around ! him. Cor.s: Vr'T^ 'hat tho bopp...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Factory Inspector Murphy. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

Factory Inspector Murphy.   'Tis Murphy—Henry Morgan— That Pas presents above— He is the Shops and Factories boss Whom all the workers love. He sits as arbiter between The sweater and the slave. And on the wages question He makes Capital behave.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW ZEALAND Limited. Capital Authorised «►. £1,000,000, Capital Paid Up and Roscrve3 used in Bu*mo3i £100,003. WSKS COVKTtl'.D: FlttE and MAHINJ3, PERSONAL ACCIDENT HMI'LOYjEU'3 LtAULLIT? PLATE GLASS and IlUKGLAItY. Victorian Branch— ©6 MARKET ST., MELBOURNE (One door frntn Oillru Streri.). F. C. Collis, Manager. smoke [ftein AtKTRflllA b> AtfSTRdHAWS. P 9( LOAN! upwards ARE REAL EASY ON THE BORROWER, upwards ALL WORKERS and LADIES I ALL WORKERS and LADIES! YOUR PROMISE TO PAY Sufficient SecuriLjI 97-99 QUEEN STREET, CITY, Ground Floor. No Stairs. No Lift. 'Phono 7651.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
STRENUOUS SIMPSON Outfights Queenslander Lyons. Contest Stopped in Eighteenth Round. Why the Towel Didn't Come In. The Betting Nuisance. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

STRENUOUS SIMPSON Outfights Qneenslander Lyons. Contest Stopped in Eighteenth Round. Why the Towel Didn't Como In. Tho Betting Nuisanco. Chsrlie Simpson's bull-do; tactics last | Saturday night coined him the victory over 1 "Togo" Lyons, tho Quecaslander, at. the Dudley-street Stadium. The attendance was ' small, but tbosc that -were there were en thusiastic. Simpson (3.12$) was intended by Mat Daly and Hurry Kud, ;uid Lyons (d.l) by "Majur", Taylor and Syd UcciJey. The Quconolander, sii^iuly the taller ut the two, jioCiCb-i's anything but a Loser's faco, ami it seemed impoi^bio that hia fmeiy-buili jaws should be able to withstand tlie- fct-vtr.* knocks they {jot. llo s"(.ra:d deposed lo keep at Jong range, and sent a straight left , to Simpson's faee time and ajjin, in an ondeavyr to koep him olT; hut Chutlie would not bo denied, and boring in would yet homo seme tremendous swings to either cr both sides of the bead or to the body. Lyons hardly over used li s right hand, while Sim...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Round the Ring NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

Ray Bronson left for Sydney the day after his ciigajeujent with llolbcrg. Sol Jones, the Quceuslander, wants a match, particularly one with lid. Wiiiiiuna. Matt Wells and Harry Stone meet at the Ru^hcuttcis' Bay Siatiiuiu, Sydney, on j Saturday night "ffcck, the 17lb iuft. ! Jack Clark, the English boicr, cried I "enough" after nine jouliIs with Los Darcy, ! of Xcwcaslle, ai the Newtown (Sydney) SU i dium on Monday night. ^ I During "Snowy'' Baker's absencc in Ac> r erica aud Europe, Mr. Kc.sing, his Mcl j bourne man:;iT, will take charge in Sydney, i Mr. Tt. H. McPbemou. o; the Sydney Sta [ ilium, will take Mr. Koesiug's place in this I city* i Jc.T Smith, who i« after McOoorty's r.calp, is aboard \h» Oi:ir.;U, iuvl should reach iU'l bourne mily ms* v.fek, He recently pare ; Curpenticr a hard co fir 20 rounds, and his , first opponent iu Aus'.rulia will bo his name- 1 i sake, Dave. I > Last Saturday n:»hi, the rlcctric fjon? at ; thp Stadium h id ik!v recovered from ' ! the h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AT THE M.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

AT Tllfi H.J.P. Th* full lions* at the Mc'lbonrn* Al.lilctic Pinljon on Ttfon'lay nlcht tii <«atcrod for -with five contests, the participants rang ing from fly-weights to light-heavics. The main event of the cvming was a 10 round bout between "Kid" Lloyd (11.7) and Joo lianc (U.3). For about a third of the j way honors were pretty even, but there- j after Lloyd begau to build up a lead which • tho other mau helped him to maintain by ! devoting all his enemies towards securing a | knock-out. Iu this be was unsuccessful, and | when the final bell went. Referee Newhouse . had no trouble in declaring the heavier man | the winner. ; A very willing, closely-contcsled bout was ; that between Pete Fitzpatrick (7.4) and Joe > Russell (7.9), which opened the proceedings. 1 Throughout the live rounds, both lads were , in deadly earnest, and though Fitzpatrick | got the decision, there was very little be tween tbem at the finish. The only cur- j tailed contest of tho evening took...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
KIMBERLEY OF COLLINS STREET Must Support His Missus. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

■ KIMBEBLEY OF COLLINS STREET Must Support His Missus. Finality wis reached in tha District Court on Tuesday in the case of Kitnberly.T* Kim* berley. This was a claim for maintenance preferred by . a delicate-looking -woman of a superior* type "named Louisa Kimberley, of 6 Park-street, Middle Brighton, against her husband, Joseph Coo1* Kimberloy, of tfco finn; of Kimberlsy and Atkinson, business agents, Equitable Buildings, Collins-street. . Mr. P. J. Dwyer, P.1T., presided, and Mr. . P. J. Ridgeway appeared for the complain-. I ant. I The caso was before the same Court on j December 23 last, when it was adjourned in"' order that defendant might enter an ap pearance to the summons, an intimation, being made by the P.M. that unless he did so a warrant would issue for his arrest, i On that occasion Mrs. Kimberley gare cri- j dence that she wss married to defendant f in June, 1900, and that her husband was : iu the habit of going upon prolonged drink- 1 inc bouts. Also th:it she had go...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TAKING PLEASURE SADLY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

TAKING PLEASURE SADLY. Keg-ularly 33 <ho seasons cornc arrives tho series of "spcsbul" articles by the "Ab I foosy" on the unholy awfulcoss of seaside i sights round the bayslde in holiday time3. | The graphic description by the ''Goose" of : baif-naicd men and maidens wandering I har.d-in-band along the beach at Chelsea j or meandering in unclad simplicity through 1 the ti-tree proves at Aspendale is enough to incite the Peeping Toms of the city and suburbs to take the first train to Chelsea, : via Aspendale. Lite the report of Mark j Twain's death, however, when that humor I ous personage was aiive and kicking, these snake yarns are "greatly exaggerated," for the reason that they are about the tallest cock-and-bull fictions you'd bear outside a Zionito truth-promoting circle. Like all other daily sheets which have to liven the dead solidity of their "respectable" news with a spice of suggcslivo matter, the "Goose" finds that it must whet the appetites of its readers *ve...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PAWNBROKING "UNDER THE LAP." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

PAWNBROKIN'G "UNOHR THE LAP."! When tho Moneylenders Bi!l -n-ns heforo j PiirlisTRoni we cot n fin? pr^o info flip true I inwardness—or rather, rottennrr.s—of tho I of mury. Net. that it wanted n ■ I'.irliirr.entary vi-m-sion to reveal what is : oih'U pv:d*nt ennj'/h: Vat t)if inform-'Him at th-l tihi pofloJ up public ; indention r.c;u:ut tlm burglarious pmtW | sinnal shorn per s'^nu'r?. Tut after all's . rail and «lcnrt. a lot of thvo'is descry - is nractisM (.wn now h defiant of tho spirit of the Act, find nkhou-'h thn po'le? • theim*!vt3 v.ra n.vraro of whit i* potn" on. J thev havo no lezal warranty for taking action. One of th<* rm«t outrn~c?us in fitancs of an outright defiance r>f the Act, boirr,rcr. it the now alrcoit uniTorjal prac f ticu of ole clo' aliopkcepers, who do not I possess pawnbrokers' licenses, landing money ' on "safe" articles. Uy '"lending" is meant that when tho owner, say, of a watch finds ; all the licensed Moscow establishments I closed, ho...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE REAL OFFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

THE REAL OFFENCE. Just before the first of December the Railway head# inspired a par. in the daily trumpeters to the effect that the depart ment was being diddled out of big money through bold, bad passengers travelling on concession tickets to winch they were not entitled. It was said ihat hundreds of con sciencelcss youths and Cappers, earning de« cent screws, were representing that they were less than 3CUbob.a-weekcrs in order to rido "two-thirds" rates, and" the said paragraph intimated that,- upon being nabbed, the diddlers would bo hanged, drawn, and quartered, or something to that effect. Prom (what this paper learns, a largo crowd who had been balancing the depart ment took out full tickets on December 1, whereat the revenue went up with a loud, ascending bang—sufficient to justify the genius who insp'red the pur. being awarded n tin medal. Net ?aH«fied. however, with this unexpected accession of wealth, the heads are now about to apply a "blue poultice" to tho«e out of vrhm...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POLITICAL PALS OF MR. BOOZE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

POLITICAL I'ALS OF MR. BOOZE. The Ion? roll of limits of politicians who have shot, n:etcorie:iIiy, into tin; limelight as promising slurs of the first magnitude, and who hare just as suddenly shot out again into obscurity, is interesting to scan. It doesn't take a preat deal, sometimes, to boost an incompetent into Parliament, but once there a comparative nincompoop can , hang on a leng time if he isn't absolutely too muttnn-kended to set out of his own way. A chudJe-headed member of Parlia ment rarely go&3 out with the bang of a stage catastrcphc. That kind of fiery exit fg nearly always the Jot of the brainy per son; and the brainy individual, in ninety* uirie cases out of a hundred, can attribute - h:s political Waterloo to one of the three old causes—wine, women, or gambling. In seme well-known cases in recent years the whole three of these factors hare operated, and the thud of tbo outgoing politician has been more dull and sickening as a conse quence. Victoria bss sup...

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