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ASSAULTING A CHOW. Hoodlum Heavily Penalised. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

ASSAULTING A CHOW. Hoodlum Heavily Penalised. i An example was made by the City Court Bench on Tu«day, in tha case of a young hoodlum, named Thomas «T. Conrov, who was charged witii taring assaulted a Chinese named Ah Tick. The evidence of tbo latter, ■which was corroborated by two member? of Her Majesty's theatrical company, named Samuel White and Edward Rawlinjs, was to lbi» effect that he (Ah Yick) wa.« standing at the door of h:s residence when accused anj two companions came alon™. They wera ail a "bit fresh," and accosted the celestial, and started interfering with him. When he rcssuted tbeir conduct, accused walked up and struck him violently on the face, in flicting several wounds. The thratre wit» nesses stated thai they followed .... men along Exhibition-street as far as Queen? burr-street before rotating a polic<-man. They both characterised the assault as aU ! UNPROVOKED AND BRUTAL ono. ItuwUng*. a musician, readings at 97 Drummond-street. Carlton, said lir» w...

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)
RAGGED POLICIES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

RAGGED POLICIES. In view of it being-, along trith Do | fence, easily the leading Australian question of tho hour, tTiorc is always excuse for discussing any new aspect of .Immigration. As a matrcr of fact, the question is suffering badly through the abstention of public bodies from threshing it out. It is incontestable that tho time has arrived in our national life when the country will either have to be peopled far beyond the capacity of present natural in* crease, or grave risks incurred as tho alternative. No truo Whito Australian could, of course, entertain 6nch a tern* porary expedient for meeting exigen cies as that proposed by Majah Knrri Pavies—the filling of tho Northern Ter ritory with indentured Chow labor. Siifh sinister propositions ns that are not' worth the breath of discussion un- | less by boodeleers of the deepest dye. j True thinkers in this big subject must I of neci-ssitv put Immigration hand in hand with' Defence, an.T in doing so have to recognise the first n...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE MAILED FIST. YOUNG AUSTRALIA IN REVOLT. Interview With John W. Barry. (Founder of the Australian Freedom League). [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

THE MAILED FIST. YOUNG AUSTRALIA IN EEVOLT. Interview With John W. Barry. (Founder of the Australian Freedom League). The following interview by Clement 1 J. Bundock, or the London "Labor! Leader," with John "W. Barry, who styles himself 4' Founder of the Austra- f lian Freedom League," will be read with interest. It will be noted that Barrv, after three years* residence in j Australia, has humped a big title back j to England, and no donbt his comrades ! will be duly impressed therewith, now- j ever, gome of his remarks are to the point, and should make tlie thoughtful ; t-eotion of l.aborites ponder on whether ( the military caste that they are respon- j sible for raising up will, or will not, J prove as bloodthirsty as the sojurs of i the Safru-an mine owning micotaur in j time of trade turmoil:— ; When my editor iuformed me—with 1 the disconcerting suddenness which j usually characterises his decisions— j that 1 had to interview John V>. Barry, one of the founders of ttie Aus...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"A BLASTED POMMIE." CRITICISES THE AUSTRALIAN. And Shows Himself Shockingly shortsighted. Benighted Bounder's Cacophonous Cackle. "Australian by Adoption" Strikes Truer Note. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

"A BL'STED POMiVilE." CRITICISES THE AUSTRALIAN. And Shows Himself Shockingly short sighted. Benighted Bounder's Cacophonous Cackle. "Australian by Adoption" Strilcos Truer Note. The artide in last Saturday's issue which, repnnu-d from Sydney "Tiutli," took to task, a squalling f^iiib who, puling na a patriot— though bis tiuuic wus anything but Tlnglisb— uuburde-ned himself of ii trrudo against our remarks on the "mongrel origin" of the British, has apparently got on the nerves of a sim.larW ooustitutrd individual in Mel bourne wh>, himself "A Blasted i'oiuuii'-," fins bis fp.'H'n thjs:— Having read v.-.ur uvtHe rullcs.1 from Pvi!fi*■ v • Tr'ith." 'l teel it i< up to some ; • luoiitif 1" Kitjh-tiniati or Htiti*b "pom-j !»:«•" to let iiv l.aok tvlut he thinks about J mongn-l Aiuuali.ins. or AssTrjlhms. In the article un-nti-h.-.!. th.» wiitor qiious Daniel i)i io.—became it suits him—as to what. .1 "t.-Jo by:n Knirlishiuan" K. \\>H. ; u-c'j; let thai, pass; mor" th«n...

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

WILL SHE FOUNDER? Tf you happen to sot half a dozen sad looking individuals meandering aimlessly ■ around th? city, you can make a pretty shrewd guess tJiat they cxe discarded or- ! t'unisciN. or facloiuir.s of seme description, . from that volatile political body, the People"% Liberal Party. There has been a bit of an uph(.<ivaJ in the interna! workings of the P.L.P. That organisation pot a pain in ita , tommy a few months back, when an amal- , gamation of th" three Liberal io-gues was proposed, and it has been groaning and c7rjiiting e~er fiince like a fat cook with w:nd round the heart. The upshot is that William Wilson, the secretary, recently parted from his scvuii quid a week, aud a handful of organisers, getting from three to livf notes each week, got their waiting tic- ; ket-s irnmediately afterwards. The Bos* Pan- ; jandruin of the P.L.P. js. of course, and | always has been. Herbert Broc>k»-s. Dcakiti's ! sou-m-lav?, ttivi Lroib».-r of Nonnan Brookis, 1 the t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MOTORISTS AND UNIONISM. "Nothing To Do With Loafers." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

MOTORISTS AND'"UNIONISM. I "Nothing To Do With Loafers." H'.ury Hearty, employed in the molo^ | parage at Bu-kl^y and Nuun's, waa chared av the City Ccurt on Tuesday, before Mr. ; fJw\T. P.M.. and jusucs, with having u^r s;vu'ite<i another motor mio named l^bert Wiiiiim NatiluTeJ!, residing in LUTid-screo*^ ElsiernwVzk. Naniivuil said teat on the pr.-rlocs «ren ing Lft was staadin? aJoiijs.de bis motor in Svausiou-«:?~H, tb<> Town Hall, when Hejarty cam- up to L-m end «nt«red into conTervjv.on, him if ho bojons f-i to the- cha'.:'»urs' union. Witm^ answor ♦•'J in the negative. and Hearty tht-n queried : u* to th-' r^A.-'on, to wh:c:h wittH':/ repJied : that h- ha] i.'j need to. stvin^ that he was : the o'^ar o; h-s own car. Accused, who did 1 nat upiH'-r to be quite sober, thereupon ; assaulted him, atd ho £i7e hita into cu&- '; tody. ; Constable O'D&nnr:!! paw <!T!<i'"nce ap to : ac''u>.-i', :uTt'tt. .Nauirivell bad ...

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)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

i PETERS, Bookseller, 185 Swanston Street. j DECAMERON (First Complel* English ' EilitUml. 4s., I'ast Free. 1 HEPTAMKHUN iC'oinplcti-), 4s.. Post Free. ' THE WORKS OF FRANCOIS RABF.LA13 »TI»p-p Volunu-s in Om-j. 4s.. Post Free. MADAME liOYAHY, 2*. Gd., Post Free, i FORTUNES AN1 > MISFORTUNES OP ' THE FAMOUS MOLL FLANDERS. 2j. W., Post Free. LAUIKS' MAN, by C.uy Maupassant, li» . 6J.. post, Frff. : ROSAHIO ; or, TIUl FEMALE MOKE, Is. ] Gd.. Post !• rve. NANA'S DAUGHTER. U. CJ., Peat Fr**. STOLEN SWEETS, by Paul l)r Koch, !». i CJ., Posi Free. ! RELATIONS OF THE SEXE*. U. p.,at I ^ZOLA'S COMPLETE NOVELS, Is 61., ! Post Fr<-r: — Nana, L'Assotatnoir, Cl iuvi. 'i Contusion. Th'- Rush for thf S^viJ, 'fL* j Girl in HcarlK, Abb* Mouret's Sin, P„t j UuuiU*. 1 A WOMAN S LIFE, by Ouv D.> Maupa* sunt. Is. 6d., Post Fr.o. ' ARISTOTLE'S COMPLETE WORKS, coq. tamipx tbt* Must*rpme<\ Directions for Mjd , wives, anrl Counsel and Advice to Vi'otucn with' Various Useful Uctw...

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 Danger of Tho danger of breathing in norms is yerv real nn<] ever-present. The peril is doublod if you have Catnrrh. The moir»t, mucous-laden surfaces— moat annoying in themHelves—aro a most ftiiiat:tiv« breeding piaco (or the dangerous, arid often life-deBlroying, Carina of Tonflitittr, IttUuenza and Diphtheria, and, most dreadful of ail, CONSUL 1'TION 1 Tom have Catarrh 1 YOU can tell that by the uneomfortable stufllness in the no*©, tbe constant sniff, miff, caused by moist accumulations, tho difiieulty of breathing, tbo constant ncceKpity of clearing the throat by "hawking," nnil tho frequent useof tho handkerchief to b'osv the nose. Or you may suffer from frontal headaches, your hearing he affected, have noises in the head, aneeze frequently or awake with a heavy, tired feeling. Do not live in danger of that Catarrh developing into something worse, such as Deafnces, Asthma, Catarrh of the Stomach, or Consumption. Free to Sufferers. " Kat-ar-ah '* Treatment will p...

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

AUSTRALIAN COMPLEXIONS. New Book on Australia Attacks it's "Women— Says they "Walk with a "Waddle and are "Worn! Out at Thirty—A Reply. | The Sydney "Sun'a" special London 1 correspondent recently cabled that Mr. ,I:ico3ib. who claims to hare had .six years-' residence in Mildura, South Australia, has published a book under the title of "God's Own Country," in which ho attacks everything Austra lian. Even the women's complexions do r.ct e-ca.pe notice. He says Australian women have none: that they "walk with a v. addle. and arc worn nut at thirty. Australians are naturally proud of rlie athletic carriage of their womenfolk, and not niauy will agree with the au thor's ntrictures. In regard to com plexions. a local authority says the Aus tralian woman \s is just as good as thos? of women who live in similar climates. It id pointed out that the tendency of long hot .summers is to make the blood thin, and a certain amount of sallow ness, as well as a la«*k of snap and energy, result. Au...

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

REHABILITATING AI3TE. J OW Mrs. "Ah-gooso" ig quite ilo ; lighted that Alfie Deakin !s to get the • job as Australian representative at the J Panama Exhibition—he'a been out o' | work too long, poor chap.

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

GASEOUS GOBGE G-BEID. The Imp: I apply ray Anti-Fat Cure, whereby he will soon be as skinny as Rockefeller.

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

SWELLING THE UNEMPLOYED. The Coljingvrood Wo wtlio {lists have ' decided not to employ a married parson, ■on tho score of the expense. They can't , afford to keep. his missus and" olive I branches. • The Roldeu'liaired heroines of the lute Wil liam Shakespeare may not have been boozers, but it must bo said of "Tim Fair Ophelia" that iu the eud she was ou the bier. * * * The uuiforms of our OrstraUa« cadets are uusightly iu the extreme, and "Critic" sug* posts au immediate dosu of elo-reform, aud ' dem the expense; if we haveu't the sugar ! available, let's owe it. i I.ot's rightly clothe our f^htiuir'pets, j And tick, it up—they're our kid-debts! l;.'s a lovely tiling to be a Fat mun. TL«- ! ftilviTton Tramway Co. shareholders have j •liven old Duncan McBryde £500 to buy ] Uitnfu'li "a little memento of Uis term as \ chairman.'' "A litiK* memento, oh?" These ' hrodli*.badgers talk of hundreds of quids as , the "comaioa herd" refer to bad ha'peunies. j Woman, woman, lovely woman, S,h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BATTLING WITH THE BOOKIES. BETTING SCHEMES AND SYSTEMS And What Come of Them. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

BATTLING WITH THE BOOKIES. BETTING SCHEMES AND SYSTEMS And What Come of Them. A "Truth" reader writes asking our advice as to a profitable betting systom. Golly, if we only knew! lloat ques tions we can answer off-hand, but this takes some working out. However, hero is what a member of our sporting staff has to aay on the subject:— Possibly, no subject is of more in terest to the averugo racegoer than "Betting Systems." For even the average racegoer is fairly sanguine that he will somo day "own. tho racecourse" —not poradventure through the doath of a rich,undo or aunt, nor by reason of the wealth which he derives (or doesn't flerivo) from other source^ but simply and briefly by. "breaking the book?," as he terms it. Point-blank, ho would disdain any such intention, i of course. Ho might even go so far as i to laugh at tho possibility of Bach a | thing. Yet, ""back of. bis "head," T I repeat, is the lingering hope, the almost ( certain knowledge in some cases, that 'his turn will co...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FLEMINGTON FLATS. BACKER AND BOOKMAKER. Wallalo the Mysterious. Bob Posters and Deadheads. 'Ware Snide on the Hill Who Asks For Sovereigns For Nix. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

FLEMINGTON FLATS. BACKER AND BOOKMAKER. WiUalo the Mysterious. Bob Posters and Deadheads. 'Ware Snide on tho Hill Who Asks For Sovereigns For Nix. Disaster follows that mass of hu- I inanity that trudges through the dost | to Flcmington Racecourse, shabby and ; down-at-hcel. Whilo the raotlcv crowd • of men, women, u.nd boys who "punt" j tramp pcrspiringly along tho avenue ] and across tho Flat tbo dust 13 churned up by the motor cars and horso vehicles ; in which loll tho laughing, well-fed, imartly-clothcd Bar Vons, horse train ers, jockeys, "rooks" and "crooks" who live on tbo medley of mugs who frequent theso places of rascality. To watch this human wreckage as it plods its weary way homewards with I downcast eyes and demure look one 1 tnust come to tbo conclusion what a lot of asses there1 are iu the world. 'You j rarely seo thrt man with the bag pad- j ding tho hoof. The shilling double man has bis sulky, buggy, or other conveyance, but an enorwoug mass of people who frequent ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POLICE AND PAWNBROKERS STOLEN GOODS. Rarely, If Ever, Recovered. Stringent Legislation Urged. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

POLICE AND PAWNBROKERS STOLEN GOODS. Eaioly, IX Ever, Recovered. Stringent Legislation Urgod. Year after year property valued at bun drfJs of thougands of pounds U stolen uu'l disced of to dishonest. dealer* in and about MeJLourne. Valuj.bk-3 obtained by burglar' stealing from the pcraou, fraud, and ton imon tbett, disappi-ar dajjy; yet, dc spite all the elTorts of tbo policc, owners rarely r •ecover the.r -jou,]*. Ti^. ineptitude of tho Criminal Inv.-.ugati. m Drpan-mt'iH. in th.s rfspi-ct, parlictiirtriy, has b«.en made till' sub oi vit-urous com but tbo p'.-rnr-ntagr, . n.cjit t:rno and in a 11 r-j Uian cv-r it was, j livl Uiiew-ri in erea-v i n during becauso Uu :y find a ready market for U«i cUjpof-il of their Jl-gotum 'AVbiit are t-be police doin^?'' is the in rnhber/. In effect tb<-> polic-ri answer, "No thing—or nnt to nothing." Iu the course c>; a lenziby and comprehensive report made by tUc bead of th* detective /force ouJy tbo other day, this confession i...

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

SCRAPPY SKETCHES. OUE DEI'ENDEK3. Nurse: Ywair, these little chaps are; ■worth their weight in gold. Australian: Yvh, but they .need such :i lot ot! nourishment—they'll bo the deatli of mo yet. " * j

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

THE DEW-BATH GIBLS. A Sydney daylie advised that girls wishing to obtain a lino complexion should rise at 5 o'clock in the morning and rub their faces in the dewy grass; and scores of girls were to be seen roaming about early in the morning at tired in kimonos and shawls, or wore j coats over their night garb. "When on bended knees, with their faces in the grass, they looked like sua worship-, pers. Dosser: Blow me. Bill, if school ain't I out at some bloomin' harem! j

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

PLIGHT OF PERiilLESS Wu; The awful "Age," which ha* f:ts' made the welkin ring with its »l;riek:iir mands for "more and mo^i itauiipriLM •>' ; the ground that no luan need 'yo aayri • ». job in Victoria, bad to cut tbi> leek •. r. _ issue of Tuesday, when, from ifs Ba^'-i correspondent it published the fact ;i.»* "through the representations of Mr. .VU Crath, II.P., a number of unemployed been granicd railway passes by the menb Labor Bureau, enabling tiiera to trav I free to Mildisra, where -they will probabh be engaged m tho work of fruit-picking.'' *'l?robabiy be engaged!" .Which means that tb-j men are simply being bunded into Mil dura ou "spec,*' to be turned adrift like f-c mauy discarded cattlu if^tlw-re is no v.vrk tor them. Even Air. Whitehead. cCker iu charge of the bureau, who &ouic tin)-' u^'o ■was special! y commissioned by tha Uyvern ment to mi t the Oid Cold Dart iu orJtr to porsunur t'resh hordes of noru: 10 '<r? their luck •( ;r ill-hi«k) in ...

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