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THE HYGEIA SENSATION. BABY BORN IN LAVATORY. Mother's Remarkable Fortitude. A Coronial Committal—On a Charge of Manslaughter. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

THE HYGEIA SENSATION. BABY BORN IN LAVATOBY. i Mother's Eemarkablo Fortitude. I A Coronial Committal—On a Charg® I of .Manslaughter. The newly-born female child vbich found in tho lavatory of tk« Hjgoia on February 12, and wh-cb died in the G« Ions Hc-ipital on tho following day, formed the rubjtct of an inquiry at the Coroner» Court, at G«Jon» on Friday of last m«, before Mr. I'. Cohen. I'.H. A ecsl® woman of 2;, named Christina Mary Ann Hood, (vho iuvi appeared at the Carlton Court on Scbnixry 25, on a charso of having aban doned bur infant, was present in custody. TUC CHILD WAS BOUN" on the Hygeia during that steamer's journey frem l>ort°Melboun^ to QuwuscLff with <be \Y'-rr.bw: Farmers' p.ciiie p-r-v aboard. Nurse- .MeLeilan, stewardess on board the Hve-a, cave fridenco W the effect that sho hit(T beard a child crying ® tho lavatory oa the day in question, and that she took charge oi tho infant and -washed it. Tho child *a» handed to the at GecJonS. When she firil ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"A DAMNED SEDUCER." EMILY KENNEDY'S MANY SWEETHEARTS. Who Is the Father of Her Child? An Unsolved Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

"A DAMNED SEDUOER." f EMILY KENNEDY'S MANY SWEETHEARTS. Who Is tho rather 01* Hor Child? An Unsolved U7Btery. j Ihu dyiig'.r of allowing youu,.' gii'la l^u i niU'.h freedom was eii:mp!i5ed at tho South i -M'jlliourni) Court on Wednesday afternoon, : when a girl mother of 18 years, named Emily j liennody, bUod Howard Crow for t-h#> main* , U.imuoo of Lcr ilk-'iuinutr. child. -Mr. J. Nolan appeared lor the couiplain j int. and Mr. Rohan for »hc« defendjnt. Tho compJaimnt *a;<i tho chud ivm bom ! at tlio Women's on December 7. , Sho ami Lt-r mother bud b«v»n living with d^ieridjut's mother, and intimacy ocourred j at tho houso and parka, Tho Chairman {Mr. Bara^wauath): Did ; h»> promise to marry your1—No, air. Mx. Kobvn: When did you Jirat meet the JefuiuJantr—In P.u-Jt.street, Uiroo ypars ago, Wer* jou in lli#» habit of go:ug out with him at night?—'Yes. ho askod mother to al low fno to. Bid yon ever stay out all xu,glit?-~No, sir. When wag lie first intimate with you...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
COLLINGWOOD "PUSHITES." RUCTIONS IN SMITH-STREET. Mob of Two Hundred. Bobbies P[?]lted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 March 1914

i collihgwooo "PUSHITES." j suctions rtr sjhth-steeet. Mob of Two Hundred. Bobbies Fslted. | Thero has been a lot of rasping in the 1 Press of rocent times about the alleged { shortcomings and inertness of the -pouco forco, and the policeman has often been exposed to a harsh treatment that ho has not deserved. A case thai was placed be fore Messrs. \V. Aumont and J. Lang, Js.P., at the Collingwood Court:on Satur day last, showed up Bobert in a. very dif ferent light. A big mob haa {or a: long time been ror ing about Smith-street; ynd at 10.30 - on Friday night, the 27th nit., several members of it were sporting about the neighborhood of the Kalgoorlie Holcl.About. 40 of them weut into the'pub "and'commenced a gamo of horse play and free fisticuffs, and a good many more ca-ptred about outside in a de lirious mixture of. Tango and* Can Can. Constables. Trahair and. Naah were-doing their rounds in Smith-street; at the time, and waro attracted by the swelling of sounds of discord from 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

v^yfnjuTo%a/ -full uWfo ! of/ta/ = t&n, tirrafifi&r j or tln\j fJ> net wxiqHsA/jim ' MENT1PLAY and SOW HERBALISTS. Established 1S7G. We Cure the following Diseases :— Hydatids Liver and Blood Diseases Brighf's Disease Marasmus. HOTA.S'IC LOTION, for VARICOSE VEINS. I CAD LEGS CUP.ED. Mil n filiritiTlUL' nrrr c ■•..ir.Mi iicni,-riv MILD OPERATIVE PILLS. KVi; LOTION, for Cataract. KINfi WORM. WORM SYRUP, which Cure* Thread and Tape Worm, etc. NERVE TOXIC, for Weakness, etc. TONIC PILLS, for Weakness. REMEDY. BOTANIC RKilEDY, {or 1nwaxd BleediB* Pile*. PILES PILLS. PILK OINTMENT. HAIR RESTORER, which is Most Reli able. Also Otheri Tog Numerous to Mention. LETTERS DAILY CONOEATULAT1NG US ON THE CURES WE HITS EJTECTED. HYDATIDS ON THE LIVER. 'To W. MENTIPLAY and SON. 168 Bourke-street, Melbourne. "I am very pleased to acknowledge with great gratitudo the wonderful cure you efTecled on my wife after fourteen years' illness. She had been "under treatment by nil doctor*, ...

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

A FLY YOUNG AUSTRALIAN. Th* feats in cloudland of Mr. Harry I Ilawker, the Australian airman. who "took j up" with him hi-* vice-regal nibs uud Miss! Strickland. iii».» o;hcr day, aro waiuiii" t'or' li. II. considerable kudos. ° \ To tho average man, excursions amon® tiio ' ^ blooming cieud.t , They ar^ awkward—rrrr awkward ! ' Even though yon are Uhj centre of the ' _ Mir^t iidmiriug crowds— j They are awkward—very awkward! ' Rut this young Australian airman every I bW^cd thir.;» ran do; ' And lo KnL'land> famous llitrs he can teach a thing or two, j Ovcrcoiuiug *vitv obstacle, ho sees tho busi-i neis through— j 17<5owki'"lB &eCma to tarr7 Harry! llol-l llin^Iuml, with at] poverty am) ' purisun with Australia, ia th« mutt-cr marriage shops. I clasped licr tiny haruls in mint*, 1 Kmbraecd her beauteous form, ' I vowed to shield her from the wind. : And Jrom th*- world's cold storru; ! Rlio lifted up her face nrid said, i "l?ll wed you if you liiie; | Hut hurry ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WHAT OTHER PEOPLE THINK. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

! WHAT OTHER PEOPLE THINK. Conventionality has ?ot ciir dwellers in a rice-like srip. If Mrs. Spoopendyke. wife of old Spoopendyk<\ managing director of Spoopeudyke and Co.,' wen» . 1o prance alonj? her own street in suburbia, garmented or.ly in iv p'Jee chemisp and a Tan?o under skirt, you'd see all the hijih-stoppors o[ tie pame tborou:,*hfarn ambling about in similar raiment before tbo week vra* out. They would know they folk about as comfortable a* a bla/'k at a i;ard<'u party, and that in app"aram-p they resembled a scare-crow on a \7Pt day; font they'd look and feci n lot, worse than that before i hoy would be accused of the terrible offence of beinz out of tie fashion a* pet by Missus Spoopen dyke. Thi# follow-my-leader bally nonsense. imK90Cti«i» of whether it'a comfortable or healthy, is the curse of things social. Am* ! (he worst of it is H permeate* to every us I pect oi lite. lu nine out of ton cases pircnta excuses to trumit investors tor the rion-...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SPIDERS' PARLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

SPIDERS' FARLOBS. j On several orca^ons "Truth" has dealt | with the defiant and flagrant manner in I which certain Melbourne moneylender? put ! thfir whole fn fingers to their noy's ami ; grin at the law. In the first place it ha* to tw. admitted that there are moneylenders "-nd" moneylenders. A large proportion of this da«s in the jjaiue a«* a reasonably profitable moam of earning decent interest j tor.th«>ir shekels; but ihtw ivat thj» same | t»me a section—a greedy, rapacious. soulless 1 gang—who are a Jaw ouly unto thems-ives | when the n'My victim happens along. Sn«n* ' year* ago the Fhent. per shenters of Vic* 1 toria hadlhp ston^y-hrokp crowd practically : working for thwn. The scandjl became sa I pronounced that, the nheer press of punn,* ■ r.jinion forced Parliament to pass the Money* j lenders' Bill. This Act restricts the rat? ( ci interest to 12 per cent., but in spitp of j that, there are dozens of sharks in the city i to-day who are f-iactin™ four, and wm- I times ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RAILWAY JACKANAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

EATLWAY JACKANAPES. The proverbial hauteur of tie public-fed ciril servant has its absolute limit among the booking clerks at the Flind*-p-street railvray station, for, taking thc-m on the whole, a raorr» impudent let of jackanapes ne-pr attended, or misattend^d, to the wants of the travelling public. If one ru?bes , hastily i:p to thr windows, -with two minute? ^in which tn catch a train, it is ten to.one . ihat h* may rap for three minutes before th<> clerk will take his eye? off the paper he may bo reading. Remonstrant by travel lers otily brings abuse, and it, is high time tbat the matter wa» mentioned in the public j.res?. Not only does the average booking rlrrk deliberately keep ticket Feekers wait ing. but he will throw the ticket at them and the chanf also, careless whether it falls on the counter or the ground outside Sprak ■ to him about- it. and you will be givn im ■ pudence. Passengers never get too much ; rhang? ha?k, hut they otVn ?ci ioo litt!&lt...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
IMMIGRATION "EXAMINATIONS." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

'IMMIGRATION "EXAMINATIONS." j The Tray in which the '^lamination" of 1 immigrants is carried on in England is lauph 1 able to a dc^rr-*. The workman of Britain are Iriddod in a manner that suggest* how successful some of t-hose iu London, wiio ar»> , now engaged in immigration, would ho as j writer* of fairy fable*. By lodging a fee ; of two guineas'anybody may apply to the j London County Council for a license for a ' labor agency, and as a ru}c there is very j little trouble in securing it. This done, ii J needs no herculean effort to pet "fixed up" | in the securing of immigrant;.-. The cable yaps a lot of laU: as to the medical exarnina : {ion of intending immigrants. . Hit';! More ' than a medical examination is required. If : the position were reversed, and Australia were sending people away in similar cir cumstances, it would not matter from wh^ch portion of our island continent the men came; the ofTfer-in-charze of each policp district, big or little, would be able to qu...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PARTIALLY BLIND MOTHER'S PLIGHT. INVOLVED IN THE CRIMINAL LAW BY MISCHIEVOUS INFANT. Discharged by Direction. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

PARTIALLY BLIND MOTHER'S PLIGHT. I 1 INVOLVED IN THE CRIMIlfAL LAW j j BT MISCHIEVOUS MTANT. j [ Discharged "by Direction. A curioug set c: circumstances were d's dosed in tha Court of General Seas oos on Tuesday. when a respC'tabiy-dressed j youn^ woman named S-irnh Sen-le surrend- j cred to -her nail, to enswe^ a charge of larceny of a pair of coc/3 valued at Is. lie,, b^enzin;,' io JZchrr*. Ht;rst, boot salesman, o: Rridje-road. Ulrlm.o:»d. From what tran spired dur r.g the ^brief hearing of the '.ri was due to the precocious acquisitiveness of hrr small sun, who is out three or four year? of a^e, joined to her o*"n unhappy j affliction o! the eyes. j I Constable Donoboo, the principal witness ' | for the prosecution, told Judsre Johnston : and the jury that on .Innuar? 27, while on 1 duty in Bridce-ro:d, he saw the accused ■ piss ITurst's shop. She was wheeling a per- i ambulator, containing one infant, and the stnaJI boy wns toddling some yards in the rear. This latter YOUNGSTE...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A DISCORDANT DAUGHTER. Mother Against Father. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

A DISCORDANT. DAUGHTER. Mother Against rather. At ita South Mclhourns Court or. Mon day, before Messrs. Clarbcrou^h anrJ Kid dle, Js.P., Man* Ann Do)I:n, o? Pace street, Albert Park rrccccie-J against hrr husband, John Dollan, :or maintenance. Tii? parties har<» been married fo- 52 ye'trs, and according \o xbe husband the trouble has been caused by the daughter. Tho coinjxainani's story to the Bench was that, for nine years. h'-" husbumi, who is an engine ur^er. has treated her most cruelly. and a ;<>r»:iii:ht a.?o e-earco out of iho ho'jsp sav i:; tea: ho would not main tain her any longer. Iler husband was i: receipt of £5 12s. per weck, and had £600 in the bmk. Mr. J. Nclan {for defendant): Y-:u hav<> a daughter who is the cause of all this trouble ?—The trouble has been caused by Mrs. Johnstone, who byes at the back of St. Luke's Church. Have you not locked yourself up in a harp anything to do with your hu» band —Yes. because ho has knocked...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A DREAM OF LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

A DREAM. OF LOVE. Mr. K. W. Colo evidently believes that the legislators cf Australia are sadly in nerd of Tr.p sweetening and softening inllr.encea of a contempla tion of Lovf in nil :ts aspects. Ho ha* decided to distribute amongst them leatuer-bound copies of his latest compilation. "Love: The Sweetest Thing in the Universe," in tbo hope that by this means there may be effected a benefi cent tempering of party warfare. About COO copies arc to go to the raem* 01 the scveu Australian Parliaments. —>.e;vs item.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WIFE'S DOLEFUL TALE. HUSBAND'S ALLEGED CRUELTY. Case Adjourned. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

WIFE'S DOLEFUL" TALE. HUSBAND'S ALLEGED CROTLT7. Oaso Adjourned, A pitiful fale of alleged cruelty on the part of a husband to his wife wa's told at the Ballarat Police Court on Friday of last week, beforo Mr. S. J. Goldsmith, P.M. A young woman named Eileen Pearl Eliza beth Bennett, Mod her husband, Felix Ben nett, for having left his child without means of support. The defendant did not put in an appearance, but ho was represented bv Mr. D. Clarke, who appeared on behalf of Mr. I/Estraogo, of Richmond. Mr. Clarke stated that Bennc-lt was a resident of Richmond, and that hi* wife had cleared out of the house. In th«» pre« senee of Itr. L'Esirange, she told her hus band that she would refuse to LIVE WITH HIM, and fhe declared that she would not all^w hini l.o have the child. ?hr» forcibly tool: 1he efaild awey from hr<r grandmother's house. Mr«. BenmU who was unrepresented l>y comM, told t) * Bei eh that, phe had jrivm her husband t 0 Utl' ■ •rMand that Ph<&...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
JOYOUS JINGLES. CARISSIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

JOYOUS JINGLES, j L CAHISSIMA. t.kr T'i" .n rarn.-.J P.vj.i Pon^r. o"-rii'i thai th- t of L:s -ifc r.*as bejocd hi| ..St. In addition the had threatened to v| i; hiw.— Police Court item.) O! sl. riica rae pinLa, rour Worship, Till' =; wifa sho ^r.oufa ail the dav, -eera heii c-Vrr morainf,' And ; toila tue f-hat tJie will slay, Sparh ctti, Anton:. Ju Caesar, She •rplaih like a be?ca jewfish, Andante, Allegro, soft pedal, I jOcq be to dead is my wish. I toila like hell for raj suver, Cellini. Mafazo the Dog., "When tired I want* be sleeping. But Clco vnj life she do plague. She vella at me Terr angTy, Jaclia Scad-he no bol£ a cand, When he biff Joe Cook 'bo;? the sleeper And talk about leaving the band. Like. Etna, her, crater go steamin?, BeeleoYapshe strika me p:nk. She craclra- my nut with a sancftpan, Ar.d: jama tnr bok in the', sink. She's wilder than Kin^a^O'MaJIey i About'the fci^.slrep^r corrmf«h. I Donuctti;'Frank-Ttea' da'polony, j Shp TTorry me .tike.a .bis fisb. i ln.Pari...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LAW CLERK'S LAPSE. NEGLECTS HIS WIFE. "A Dreadful Life." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

LAW CLERK'S LAPSE. NEGLECTS HIS WIFE. . "A Dreadful Life." Judging by the evidence of Li.? wife, a rather pleasing. looking little woruan, of dark complexion, law clerk William Hart has been something of a rotter. Florence Hart appeared before a bench of Ja.I\ nt the .St. Hilda Court on Tuesday morning to toll her talo of woe regarding her lawful spouse, the aforementioned William Hart, and ask that lie be compelled by law to maintain the young rcsulti of bit union with tbo applicant. Florence Hart, quite a young woman, told :.ras. nATtT. the sympathetic honorarics that sue was married to the Hart of her heart in 1908, and that SITE WAS THE MOTHER of three of his children. Ilart had takr-n to drink, and led her 'a dreadful life.". Fo: the past sir weeks she had not received a solitary penny piece from him, and she ask ed that ho be made to contribute 7a. Cd. ■weekly for the support of cach cliild. Her husband, she said, was managing clerk for a firm of Melbourne solicitors. He had t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MUTUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

MUTUATION". By pr<-ssmon *h-y spnt a n:a 0; "Loo'; her. oi<l clnp. I'm in r. trap And I from you must xautuate." We're nil refine*], Atd bright, in mind, Th? common l;n?o we a]] bate; To rrordv heights Wo lalio our flints, And wben we're broke we mutilate, ' While laymen pa^n To hare to plod so—'hypothecate; We're shrewder still, And show more frill By breasting up to mutuate.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

FROOTOIDS Cure Headache, Indigeation, Conatipa •ion, and Biliousness. They are elegcitii n appearance unci" pleasant to tak? 'h'?y are immensely more valuable th;»i> ui ordinary aperient; they remove frorv tiio blood, tia^uoa, and inu*raa) organs, .vu.ite poisonous matter that i» clogging ilioni and choking the channels that lead to and from them. Frootoids us THE BEST aperient medicine to take when an? Congestion or Blood Poison is present, , or when Congestion of the Brain ur Apoplexy is present or threatening. They ■ have been tested, and have been proved to afford quick relief in audi cases when < other aperients bane not done any good at alL Frootoids are absolutely un- 1 rivalled for FAMILY uso; their beneficial effect* are evident 1 by the disappearance of headache — a bright cheery sense of perfect health taking the place of sluggish depressed feelings, by the liver acting properly, and < by the food being properly digested. < Frootoids ar...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SOCIABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

(A man endeavored to induce a police man to leare bis point duty and join him in a drink. The ofliccr refused, and tlio other started to tear bi*3 uniform in tha effort to maie him change bis mind.—New* The day was hot and dusty. Tue breeze was hot and gusty. The John Hop stood. He manf'ly did his duty. Which is a thine of beauty— That John was pood. Though aching he in cv'ry joint Ho did his yaiker on the point. A sportire cdvp and wheezy. Blew up iu manner breezy, He was quite jray. j Witlrn he felt quiie thirsty, I And then in loud outburst he j Came up to say: i 'Tour Taker's very hot I thinlc. Come off with me and bars ft drini.* The cop was strict, refusing To leave bis work for boorinr— Teat John was good. The other cove was pressing, And to the con addressing, He said: "You'should. Thf day i" ever hot, and so Just sink a pot—I'll spring the uosjh. The rr.d bar, hefrn related, He cot quue agitated, And starved to Kick up a fuss and swearin* The clobber he was tearing, But the...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POLLUTED WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

POLLUTED WATER SUPPLY. marked tlic motions c-f cf:et" of£ciaJdom ;n Wtcndiag to rimpla'nts racule auent the I Xumurkah water supply. Ji seems hardly } credible that the residents of any town in Victoria should "be compelled to drink watc from & polluted source, ^rprc-allj as the precious fiuid litis to be paid for. During the rocor.i »r>at wave, and the suitry days that followed, the ratepayer* nf Xumurkak had to put up tv1111 a stanch. arising from ih<> we:r from Ih fir drink ins water was obtained! ThU a' srful odor invaded the niain street, and vra$ putridly powerful ccoujjh to surest vi-i taticn of typhoid or diphtheria.. An in?p-?n" on of the crerl; connected with the weir v;a.« svflie'ont to explain th<- origin nf ib-? rile cm •or. Tbe sUeain had be^n polluted i;y the decaying bodies of thousands of slnrliii'j; n md other birds which had fallen victim* tot he sports man's £uii as they rested or. the reed? of the creek. While the rrsn-?r;u of...

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