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"S'AFRICA FOR THE DUTCH." Returned Official Opens the Oyster. DEPORTATIONS RACIAL, NOT INDUSTRIAL. Silently, Steadily, and Surely Boers Prepare for War. Huge Conspiracy to Oust the Capitalists. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

"S'AFRICA FOR THE DUTCH." Returned Official Opens the Oyster. DEPORTATIONS RACIAL, NOT INDUSTRIAL Silently, Steadily, and Surely Boers Prepare for War. Huge Conspiracy to Oust the Capitalists. ! During the week "Truth" was ex tremely fortunate iu getting into touch with a Bewly-arrived Government of ficial from South Africa, who put the present position in that unhappy coun try in u nutshell. Summed up, this official gave unmistakable proofs that the Dutchmen in S'Africa are out to get their own buck again., with com pound interest added. They are not after the Transvaal and the Orange Kiver State, but after the whole uf British S'Africa. At present the Boers nre doing the work of their old friends the mine magnates, and stamping out Bparko of disaffection among the in dustrial elapses. They will play the role of tools of the capitalist just as long as it suits them to do so. after which they will turn and rend him ns he has never been rent before. In deporting, amid capitalistic ch...

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

It is about time the Searchlight vra? 1 arced on tho Sewing .Machino Busi- ; ness. I thank "Truth's" readers for -'tfco hnadreds of congratulation* I have recpived for placing a high-grade ma- j rhino oa ;he market at such a lovr \ tigure. And now for one month onlv I will fell £14 DROP-HEAD MACHINES j For £6 15s. j £12 MACHINES For £4 15s. ! £10 IOs. MACHINES For £3 17s. 6d. £8 HAND MACHINES | For £3 15s. j £G 10s. HAND MACHINES ! For £2 17s. Cd. f'»r <-very make of sewing jn:t iu"*', do/vu. Oil, largest bottle, i,d.; H'-Us, OJ.; Bobbins. id. each. Ami I will give ill,000 to the chari- ; .-.1 Ai:.-tiali:i if any sewing imtchine id Australia custH more to produce iljufi {l-.- Veritas. Write or Call. 'jVra:? urraojjvJ. litfSALONEYj 21 Centre-way Axcade, off Collins,street. 232 CUapel-streot, opposite Blf Store. Pratiran 23 Axcade, Adelaldt, off ftiifV

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

EPICURES NOW SAY "FIRST-PICK"' TOMATO SAUCE HAS NEVER BEEN EQUALLED. Contains ©hemscais or Preservatives.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TASSY'S TANGLE. INTERESTING POLITICAL POSITION. Alleged Reformers Who Don't Want Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

- TASSY'S TANCLE. uttebesting politioai. POSITION. I Alleged Eefonnors Who Don't Want Reform. (Frcn ^TrntVi*1 T&sxDanian Correspondent.) Tuesday, March 17, lias bwn fisetl for the brccting of the Tasmania Parliament. On th&t day electors wili bo treated to ono of spectacles yet Leader Ivurlc anil Premier wo u wmj oi sweuym: out it wui taxe umo to show whether the simple is to be be tween two political parties of equal numeri cul strength, or between both of th«m «nd tho natural wcujnt of pubhc opinion. The rank aud file of neither side warn a general election. Undvr the liar,* system ipoiiu. ihe'reiy devil. xou never J;now v.-bo KLKCTOHS WILL U\UJV 1ILU. and -put jri Jr.-. piace ;i man of tr:e same r-oli. tical color who tbev iilio hotter. Or if a ■aan js partinihi'iy popular, his supporters may Arrow sr> cooks-iie of bis return, that tbey ^iv« ibrir -'number ono" votes to sonic *>Dc oiw, iiiiu the tavontr- ^<'«s beaten, Then ciicrn uro Ui" men wb&am...

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

FLOURISHING A HOBSESHOE. v j i At, the Coliirigwood Court-lost Tuesday,. | ■wbea1 the beuch wag occupied by Messrs/ I Cornfoot and CouUen, a hawker named Jobu 1 l^seld, 20 rears of a§e, alleged to be a Rlelly sircct pusliite, was charged vriUi using ob language and -with breftiiujj a p-iiie of i Of-or/je RfiisweH, Ujo licnnrpo of ihn Cor- ^ t»"rs' Arms Hotel, in Gold-strent, paid that on | Saturday nipht, February 28, ai about 9 ' o'clock, th* accused came to witness's hotel aud joined threo others who were in the--" bar. They had a round of drinlt*, and thou, went out. A little litter three of the meu, including accused, returned and demanded drinks. Accused had a horseshoe inhis hand, so witness refused to serve them.* The : accused flourished the shoe: about in' a threatening manner,-and deliberately, brofce a pane of gla&3 iu the hotel passage with it. Ho then went into the street and used dis- - gusting language. 'All the women and chil dren.of the neighborhood were 'as...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DID BUXOM BELLA WILSON ANNEX MARTIN LANGER'S GOOGIES? The B[?]aks Are Dubious. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

DID BUXOM BELLA WILSOH .ANNEX. MARTIN LANGEB'S GOOGIES? TI10 Baakj( Aro Dubious. . Ia Uje City Court on Monday, a gentle man from the Argentine, named MarUn Langer, who fcaid be was also u busings rnau living at present on Irs means, nearly fell foul o? the Bench iMwsrs. D. Martin and T. O'Call&^ban. Js.P..) for his reluc tance to gi*o .evidence .against B«Ua Wil son, who was presented on a chargo of hav.. iag rob bed, him* As it was, Sub-Inspector Q. H-. Harris r«oeiTed permission to traat him as a hos'-ile witnesa. - - . Langer'* evidence was that he resided at the Commercial1 Hotel Spring-street, and that shortly aftoy midnight on February 22 ho mot accused. He, did^not wish to say any more : U© .<wanted to drop ike case. The SuS^speotor Why ? " • Witness i :BfcwKise*i goc-'tny money back. Mr. O'CaliagbanV "You;gito .your evidence, and give H sfrs^bttorwardly. You Lao ' better brighten . up:-youare not the fool '}oii want to make it^appoar io ins Beach you are'...

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

CAULFIELD. MONDAY. Tracks in ex-wllem order and i&st. Weather '.lull a.nj v<*:y cold. M<'ritus was nyi out to make limo over a mil** in 1.50$. Sea Prinre «P. McGruth) did ; very well ir.dt-cd to tr:;v<T»e a roil? and three furlongs in 2.27$, and be went a mile and a half in all. Uki appeared to Hare, much ; thr best of Tb- Parisian ov-r six farIorrr in 1 1.191. Belovp was responsible for ft mile in L4<>. Wnllalo arid Campus covered nirif fur load's in 2.9. Wassail completed the saw ionrti-7 in 2.5J. Fortitude n:n half a mill* in 51i, and Toaster went doable that jour ney in 1.531- Posket ntid Radiator slipped over four furlongs in 53J. Krownpath oeeu : pied 1.57 for ,a tnile. Avance and Coral Fisher ran foaf fur.'on^a ii> 55i. Gladwyn encompassed a mile in 1.53. St. Yano tra : vers-M the same dis'-anre in 1.52J. and got over the final half-rnUe in 53. Scrutineer ran seven furlongs in 1.41J. Comdil com : plated a mile in 1.54J...

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

TURF TATTLE. Ascot dn Monday, Flemm^ton to-day. Giaborno on Tuesday. iloonoo on Wednesday, Ballorat Minor?' on Friday. Hackers fared badly on Saturday at F2om« ington. i F. H. Lewis has again taken Heady Itee 1 koncr in hand at Caulfield. : Rabeen acted as whipper-in in tbo Ascot I Vale Slakes, 8.10 fairly anchoring the Little J colt. Light Ballast did what paccmnJdog there ' was in the Pines llurdlo Ilace, but ho tired I nt the end. The nttcndance at Fleinington last So.t-.ir : day was a record ono for a Newruarkot Handicap Day. ' The Snull gcldinr Fleunis has rejoined J. Cripps's team nt Cauificld, after a spelj of ; »v ev>uy»le of mouths.. ' At Caulfiold R, Joh' sion lias nut into work i n two-year-old named Mainstuch by JVat bet switch—Pretty Molly. i Wocrak has returned to Sydney. and was 1 accompanied hy the yc-arHnc half-brother i In Cori;»-dT Kin;;, purcluv^ed by Karnsbaw on : Mon-iar last. At Cauificld. J. Cripps rc^niod work with Sairano. wl:o hu.> had a eopuio of mo...

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

On the Tracks. r LEKINGTON. TUESDAY. Track* in *;ood order. -od all conditions fivorable tor saiiopuu. iiurrukai aud iLut Sauca Loth wont Firon^ the loruior. while the litter ran lier las' ljve furionjjs in 1.10. Lord Walla we tit u. inik. ajid d;d the K'.st six furlongs in 1.24. Mouodia ran the las; six o: e:£Ut furlong* on the tan iu l^lo). while Plasticine oc cupied 1.52J iu covering a Un mile. Spring Brock and Maioja w^re associated in a gal lop of a nule and n ucarter iu 2.19, and Hock Fast, who has o. turn of speed, rati six furlongs in 1.19*. F"ieid <i*neraj aid a furlon? Jew in 1.8;. Mountain Princess (E. J. D-sryfrr) went »»v her best Rtyie for u mile jn L4o}. w&j liadnor (W.H. Smith' and Rujcck?* iK, Tur ner) pu;, up 1.58 for a like distance on ib«» tan. Radnor, howovr, did not caro rit nil about roinr in the- b'-yuJuiu^ of th* spin. Ca£ou ran the la*;. fjv.^ of . i;.'hv furloncs in 1.8. Ci'ier "M. Council* priAt-ii equal to nauiin" fire furlong in l.it....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AN ANCIENT'S AMOROUS ANTICS. SEPTUAGENARIAN'S SPOUSE SUES FOR SUPPORT Beau Boasts of His Prowess with Bawdy Belles. ALLEGED NAKED NYMPHS AND TOREADOR SONGS, Melancholy Matrimonial Mix-up. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

1 AN ANCIENT'S AMOROUS ANTICS. SEPTUAGENARIAN'S SPOUSE SUES FOR SUPPORT Beau Boasts of His Prowess with Bawdy Belles. ALLEGED NAKED NYMPHS AND TOREADOR SONGS, Melancholy Matrimonial Mix-up, r' TFrom Sj'incy " Truth." March 1J Perhaps the most remarkable case that has ever come before a pollco^court en paged the attention of Magistrate King at North Sydney on various; days during the past couple of weeks. The case was first mentioned at the North »Sydney I'oIIre Court on Monday week last, when fc sickly-looking woman,, named Alice Caroline Butement, proceeded against her husband, Thomas Thoihson Eutement, who has only one hand, on an Informa tion alleging that ho deserted her at Wlloufffiby on the 27th January last. The Wife is a ■woman of about 35 years of age, while Batcmcnt, who is a man of considerablo means, has Ions since passed the ace of discretion, he havlnc reached the ripe old age of 71 years. ' Alias, had Mr. E. It, Abigail to battle on her behalf, while Tommy enlisted-*t...

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

ASCOT RACING CLUB. J.. WKT.S, Opiieral Manager. ASCOT RACES. ASCOT RACES. MONDAY NEXT, MARCH 9. First Event Starts at 2.30, TP-LNsrr— Cabs from City. Trains from Flindera-rtre't to Newmarket. Pare*—Fint I>tnro, 4Jd.; Second He turn, 3d. BandoWn paric races. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 18, 1914. £80.—HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. Two miles. £130 —SANDOWN FIRST. SECOND AND THIKD DIVISION HANDICAP. The horses entered for this handicap to be divide*) into three divisions, and the stakes into tbroo stakes of equal amounts. First wul Second Division, six furlongs. Third Division, fire furious#. £89.—SANDOWN PARK HANDICAP. One mile. £60.—JUMPERS* FLAT RACE.. For boras that have started in any hurdle race or utoeplecbase prior to the time of entry. One mile and a quarter. ENTRIES close on MONDAY. MARCH 9, before 6 p.m., with the secretary. Sandown Park Office, V.R.C. buildings, 491 Boorke street. Melbourne. Handicaps declared Monday. March 16. R. K. M&itland. Handicapper. All nominations. 10s. K. 7...

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 — 7 March 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. Ernie Fullalove was in his old place last Saturday night, bavin? been but ternpor- I arily displaced on the occasion of the pre- I vious contest, as Kvernden absolutely re- \ fused to fight under him. Jf Evernden ever j does get another match here, we suppose j bo won't want Vic Newbouse either. I * * . * Tommy Burns and his team of boxers, who are all under engagement to the New town Olympic Athletic Club, arrived in Syd ney on Monday. The ex-champion's com panions are Arthur Felkey. an aspiring heavy white hope, Fritz Holland, a welter, and Lea Johnson, a colored featherweight. Sol Jones has demanded, per medium of a lawyer's letter; his share of the taking* in his contest with Kvernden which waa de clared "no fight." As sjinounced last week, tho Stadium management thoroughly in ac cord with tie referee's decision, paid earh man inerelv his out-of-pocket expenses, tbo r<vst of the boir^rs' end being divided equally betwrv-n the Melbourne and St. Ymcent'3...

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

WEEKLY tailoring trouble* finally and e I Sac Suit to Order 10/- Deposit, 2/6 Weekly. oomfort-tfivitijr flu LJest of Clotlies, uultlcu Come to For Clothes on Credit. •ST.. SOUTH YABRA: NICHOLSON ST.. TEA WHOLESALE - Price, Griffiths & Co. j 810 UttU I WORKERS' COMPENSATION AST. Under this Act it will bo necessary for EVERY to insnre his Employees, including' Domestic Servants, against accidents. THE STANDARD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND LIMITED will protect you against all liability. Write, call, or tolcphone for fnD inforraation, Victorian Branch : 66 MARKET STREET, MELBOURNE. Telephone 1001. F. C. COLLIS,- Manager. MELBOURNE EIGHT HOURS ANNIVERSARY! 58th ANNUAL, DEMOINSTRATIOiN BAZAAR and ART UNION, IN aid of the charities. Exhibition Buildings and Ground, MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1914 DAY AND NI0I1T. "> £1000 PRIZES £1000 FIRST PRIZE ... OIL PAINTING, valued £500 SECOND ritIZE „ ,, „ £100 THIRD PRIZE „ £50 AND 97 OTHER PRIZES valued from £20 NOTE.—The Comm...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TROUBLE IN THE AMEN CORNER. Y.M.C.A. REFRESHMENT ROOM RECEIPTS DISAPPEAR. An Immigrant Accused, but Acquitted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

TROUBLE IN THE AMEN 1 CORNER. All Immigrant Accuscd, but Acquitted. \ Two rvf-er.t arrivals from England vrer* the ! contra! Jiyur^s in a ca-e which engaged ttie 1 intention of Judcc Johnston in the Court of General sessions ou Tuesday. One of them, j 2;chrard William Butler, wna cbarjed with I bh? larceny of £4 7s. 9d., tbe isoneya of the j Vouns Moil's Christian Association, and the J cither, Coed Arnold I'innocfc, was the prin- ■ eipal wi\ne-> aeainst hitu. j Mr. .). V.. Woinarski, K.C., prosecuted j /or the and Uucler was undefended.' • Tb'v ea<r> tor the prosicution vras iuat ; prior to February 14 Butler and PintJOck, ' who TTfi'#» clc«;.» friends, were constant v':?x- > t-.rs ty th.' Y.M.C.A. roow? in Flicders- j s.reel, whither their correspondence wa* j addres^d. On tbo date mentioned, bavin;* • pp'-nt tli" previous ufgkt at. tbo Central ! iNIelbodiH Mission doss-housi 5, and br^ak- j U»2t;iher at- a Bourkc-street hash- J house, llicy w^nl io the rooms a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE CURIOUS COONEYS. GET THROUGH NINE HUNDRED GOOGEES, AND DISAGREE. Hubby Says Wifey's a "Flier." Maintenance Orders Granted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

THE CURIOUS COONEYS. GET THROUGH NINE HUNDRED GOOGEE3, AND DISAGREE. .Hub"by Says Wifcy's a "Flier." Maintenance Orders Granted. Jo.,!Ph WiUiam Cojney was sued by bis I wifo \suuc Acnes, at the Frahra.ii Court ou , Monday before Messrs. McKmnoo }<*•"*- j man;, Wtlker, Baugs, Eusscil, aad Martin* * ^ Mr F -f- V. Nigau appeared for th«J de- { t>.no,', and Mr. Mruxucs.-r for rompUnant. - Th.* complainant, u comely matron, torn the; Court that -Ai.\ married xu June, j 1906. Four childtou result 01 tiie } uniou. Her husband was } A TKU!UBL!i-itAK. • . j IIo used to kick up row, over quite irifling j matters. and demand that he should be j shown the bills of th* bousrbold exposes. , Mr. McKinnuii; Was that ail? , Witn'^s iw^epins): No. lie evensaid t.iat > my eldest, child was noi his, aad—and be ( u--Vd to tick it. . . , , I CohUiui.n", complainant said uetendant was a drunkard. ltoYfS vrere frequent, and • sho was forced to leave home. It was do ruled be vfouid pay 30s....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DOINGS IN DIVORCE. THE GARDEN OF LIFE. Sigh=press, Orange Blossom, Prickly Pairs. Buds, Blooms, and Bloomers. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

IN' DIVORCE THE GARDEN OF LIFE. Sigh=pr£ss, Orange Blossom, Prickly Pairs. Bads, Blooms, and Bloomers. The sittings of tho Divorce Court were continued during tho week before Mr. Jus tice Hodges, the following c^s being heard : TIIEEMAN LOOKS fOB WOEK. "Wiflo Left On Hor Own Tor Orer Elovexi Years. . Ball&rat Couple's Marital Bloomer. Hrring only twice— more than eighb years ago—beard from her husband, who, 11 years ago, left Molbonrno to look for work in somo othrr EHm Freeman, 53, of Fiulay-strr>cl., Albert Park, askfd for * divorco from .James Albert Freeman, 39. 3lr. A. W. Foster (irL'tructod by Messrs. Hunt luid Utbcr) appeared for tho peti tioner. Tbo parties, it appeared, ho/1 been bom and bred in Hallarat, and wern married there on Nofomber 21, 1901, Freeman being a painter by trade, wbUc bis wifo bad been IJRS. FREEMAN. afc scrrico. During iho following 12 nioutii.' thoy lived at various pUccs in Victoria, and in November, 1302, came to Cardigan-street, Carlton. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A LEGAL ANOMALY. Man Spends Married Life in Gaol. Law Requires "Frequent" Convictions. A Case Adjourned. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

A LEGAL ANOMALY. Man Spends Married Life in Gaol. Law Esquires "Frequent" Convictions. A Case Adjourned. A case wbu>>e aubsvqu^ul dereiopuicnt sup plied further proof oi tho ofUrepeati'd con tention that "the law is a hass" was that in which Caroline Williams, of 59 Card'gan street, Carlton, sought relief from the 16 •year-old tie that boond her to Alfred G«orge Williatns, ou the fcro;;r.tl (bat ho having been habitually convk-u-d -rid iinprisjiied had left her without i;u-ans of ropporf. Mr. W. II. Eager (instructed Lj. Messrs. £ecomb and Woodfull, appeared for the petitioner. Mr. A. C- Secomb, solicitor, gave cvidonce of having serrcd the papers in the cat* on tke respondeat in £aoI. The latter had, in MBS. WILLIAMS. writing, after beariyg die ji-dtion read over, admitted that every allegation therein "wai true, except, as rcjardfd or.e st-nter.ci\ r-bJcb should have been three mouths instead of two yea: s. iu opening his cuso, Mr. Eajjer pointed out that- u'»caSb tho Act sp...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A CIGAR-MAKER'S "ROMANCE." Gambling and Geo-Gees Send Grocer Hubby Broke. Desertion: Adultery: Divorce. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

A CIGAB-MAK2B'S "ROMANCE." 1 Gambling and Qeo-Goes Sond GrocoT I Hubby Broke. Desertion: Adultery: -Divorc*. Marlon A fine a JdcKeny-ie", 32, of 45 Ciiefcr.- j •street, FiUroy, cigar-raakcr, a smartly* dressed end apparently tivacinus liltJe woman, who was represented by Mr. W. t». .Manchester, applied for a dissolution of h«>r I 1 marriage with William Sydney McKen/.i'\ 33, ; i oa the grounds 0f d'-aertion n»d repeated I acts of adultery with Clara Kllen Thorn^ af Faraday-street, Carlton, during the 12 months following December, 1910. The mat- : riajo had tak»-u placa at Iyederville, W.A.. : iu January, 1997, the issue beinfi one rhild— j a girl now firo years old. ! Respondent, the petitioner said, was a j grocer, but his predilection for lior?e-racint: ; und gambling scon made away with wha mouey they had, and after a couple tA yt-ar.* oj* married life be- was "broke." They there upon cam* to Melbourne, and boLh went to i •work, petitioner petting a job with the States ; Tobac...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CORCORAN'S CAPERS. Comes Home Boozed After Concert and Clears Out Next Morning. Casual Meetings at Lengthy Intervals [?]ollowed by Bigamous Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

COECOBAN'S CAP EES. Comes Home Boozed After Concert and ' Clears Out Noxt Morning. | Casual Meetings at Lengthy Intervals ! Polio-wed by Bigamous Marriage. j iIemori(?3 o: the Corcoran bigamy case thii was heard during the clojiu? weeks of j last year were revived by the application of j Betsey Susan Corcoran, fcriniitiy iiuokley, ! 30, of the Victoria CofTe* Palace. Melbourne, j for a divorce froca PercivnJ Janifa Corcoran"' on-the grounds of desertion and repeated i acts of iwluitery with Margaret AJioe Mee, ! at Ronisey and Yun Yean, since August, 1911. Mr. W. G. MstneLestcr apptx&red for j the petitioner. < The n^uTiaije took place ou July 26, 1S02, 1 and for about thre:« months the yoimj; couple ; lived lo^etLer at Yinnar. 'ihere vrus a oou- ) oerl in the loc;:i hall one nlghl. and Tercifai Jatue^ tvur on" of tho contributors to the gaiety of the even ng. Petitioner aud her - sister-in-law were present u> applaud Percy, . aiid duly aid ?o. but after tin* a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BOOZY BARTHOLOMEW. Sells the Furniture and "Does a Bunk," Leaving Wife and Three Young Children. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

BOOZY BARTHOLOMEW. Sells ti:o Funiituro and "Does a Bunk,' • Leaving Wife and Tkrao Young Children. Ou lu-'diiy Mr. .JusMco a'Brckclt hcar«l llio Lif*tion brought, h? Mar? Durt-holomow, .sfi, t,i TalJaneutlu, for :i dissolution of h'T wit u 'Iboma* Ji.is ,h-„oim-w on the ^•HMind ot' d'-sflrlioi:. Mr. Ah K>t (instructed l»y ^r« it. L. Crofa) appeared for tho peti tioner. Tbr parties hail bi;en married in Novem ber, 1S03, the ii-sue leinj,' three children. Ait«r sit years of a more or lesi unhappy #'xt.^t-ooco, owinp to respondent's drinkiug habits and consrquent loss of work, ho sud denly po'd niT (he furniture and h!s family to fook after thniise]?eH the best- way t.bi?r might. jj(» declared thai hu was poing lo the Mccra of descrtini: husbands—'Wes tern Australia—and that he did not intend to return. Whore he did yo, no one know, but he certainly never caujo back A decree uisi was granted.

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