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SNAKES AND THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

SNAKES AND THE PEES3. With a newspaper rolled up tightly, a rromnu at Trafalgar killed a snake, which crawled in from the garden to the kitchen.— (Xew3 item.) "Well, yes. We're killed snakes in our day, With ''Truth"—not tightly rolled— But with it? b-r»':rIs!,'<-T '>o)din£ K*ray Above the power of Gold. Above the putrid Plutocrat, The Politician bold. We've palled bis bca-constrictora dowa From altitudes on hijjh. We never feared the odder brown, Nor yet the viper sly. John Norton sot his heel on both, And watched them writhe and die. And you vrbo know him and hfo preas, Will know that I gay sooth. And friend nnd fo? must both oonfest> To snakes he shows no ruth. • But pint them with a pen that fi$hU For ju&ioi sad for TBUTHl

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FEARFUL, FESTERING FILTH SMITH'S STINKING FISH SHOP. Shocking Case in Chapel-street. Repeated Warnings Unavailing. Fine of £10 Imposed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

FEARFUL, FESTERING FILTH SMITH'S STINKING PISH SHOP. Shocking Case in Chapol-street. Eepoated Warnings Unavailing. Fine of £10 Imposed. Robert Smith, fishmonger and poulterer, J of 68 Chapel-street, "Windsor, wos before tbo Prahran Court on Monday, charged with haying kept oGal and other offensive matter on his premise* to the danger of the public health. Mr. D. B. Herald appeared to prosecute on bohalf of the local authorities, while the Bench consisted of Messrs. S. Bangs (chair man), Russell, and Curwon-Walker, Js.P. Henry Rider, senior council inspector, Mid that, accompanied by Inspector Trjpp, ho visited Smith's premise? at about 10.40 a.m. on February 7. They pot a whift of Smith's premises somo time bofnro th?y reached tlii-m. Jt was a fearfully bad pmel!. Mr. Bangs: Where did you ?ron)l it from, do you say? Witness: We could smell it fairly easily from ihe other side of the street, a fair way down. Continuing1, witness said that when they jot near Smith's shop door tho smel...

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

STANDARD 1 »*nd made "| an'nually°KED CIGARETTES. Slave yoo Settled TEiat cSuit Question Yet, Sir? i v ff ■mkr 11 -Till pet nil tb-ij i^of an up-tcwhito P*. . ■ -4 ATT H//i r 'f i ,feI '< Thc<« nre gl0" f;l, i Good Suit at the SAC SUIT O) w=w I ,W.l. Tu tSO/" 0NE MEASURE PK.,CE Fit Oil THE PICK OF THE STOCK. NYriLo for Patterns, Tap*, tad S.iL Form At once. w. Ho rr-pr 139 Bourke Street, MELBOUKNt. T SAVOY, LJ O 1 ill Nos. 30^-300 LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Next Royal Arcn.de). 93 MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE. COMPLETELY REMODELLED. ' LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED. CUISINE UNPARALLELED LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, SUPPERS. TABU". D'HOTE c: A LA CAP.Tr. CATERING A SPECIALITY. R. L. HOSSEN LOFF, Proprietor. GRAND FAS^CY DRESS AMD MASK CARR58VAL And CONFETTI BATTLE, Satis relays EVSarch 21. £,SO PRIZES diSO For Best and Most Original Costume.—Ladies : 1st, £10 ; 2nd, £G ; Crd, £4. Gentlemen : 1st, £10 ; 2nd, .£6 ; .'ird, £-i. "Special Prize, £10. \ .Masks and Confetti Obtainable at the Pa...

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

CARLTON ALE Maintains Its SUPERIORITY And Increases in POPULARITY.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914. "HIGH COMMISSIONER" DEAKIN. "Alfred Jingle" and His Friends. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

. . .... SATURDAY, MARCH M. 1014. "Hifi H COMAllSSi ONE R'' DEAKIN. "Alfred Jingle" and His Friends. Here is another Uttlc political job! The i.ibcrels are at precisely tlie fijime rono as tie Laborisu. Recently, the New South Wales l.abor Government hud the audacity to appoint cs-Mimstcr Mr. Niels ftosmus Wilson Ixielsen to tbo position of representative of New Bouth Wales at the International Pana ma Exhibition. This showed consider able "hide" became of the indignation that was excited by his previous ap pointment. when ho was sent to Califor nia to £atbn information about dry fanning,information that could all have been obtained from the American Consul ia Sydney by means of n letter from a clerk and a penny, stamp, Tho representation of Xe-.v Smith Wales at tho Panama Exhibition is .iust as nn oece«arv, and just as likely to lead to D0 useful result as tho "inquiries'' that were rriaclt? by Mr- Nielsen in Call foraia, aud tho shop that ho opened thcra for a little while in the ...

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

IS THE NAME OF THE VERY LATEST TALKING MACHINE. Thoy nro for tise on ovory wake of disc, ucedlp'cut record*. -ind ar« far superior to any other noodle, for e.ach on« will PT.AY 10 UF.OUDS: and ^lioy arc euarantood not to Injuro re* cords, but to injprovo tonfi, roduco scratch inc. and Generally ittptova and preserto 1 record. PRICE. Is. PER PACKET. TRY A PACKET OP PETMECKY NEEDLES NOW. THE CENTREWAY, 259 Collins Street, Melbourne. ^Lincoln=Stuart" Tailored for 55s.! B Every Garment just as you'd wish it to be in Cut. Fit and T'cixh—1Guaranteed ha fact I under penalty of a fall refund. Tour chccco I from a really j Magnificent Suiting Range, I featuring the new Brown. Grey. Green and "Wedgwood Blue" (Grey-lilue) grounds in the Faahionable Diagonal Stripe, Check and Hired Effects—stulfs tbat tou would not be surprited to see priced at twk* our ti£ure. This is our offer at 55s. CALL OR WHITE FOR. PATTERNS. LINCOLN, STUART, & GO. PTT. LTD. FLIXDP.F^ STREET. "Wlier® Satisfaction ...

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

The totalisator has an ardent cliampion in the Chief Secretary, Mr. Murray. He said on Saturday that ha had always been a supporter ol it, and he thought it -was sure before long to be accepted publicly as worthy of legalisation. Its advantages, he added, were obvious, and it only needed • / a sufficient expression of public opinion to compel the Legislature to permit its establishment on the racecourses. The present position was certainly anomalous. Though the totalisator was the fairest and best means of bet ting, its legalisation was opposed, notwithstanding the fact that boob making had been legalised. The opponents of the totalisator were the book makers themselves—whose opposition it was easy to understand—and some of the church people. This was an extraordinary combination, and tne atti tude of these church people in allowing the bookmakers to remain and objecting to a fairer method of betting was equally difficult to understand. —News item.

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

Wbftcan undaunted brava the Critio't ra^e? Or ncta unmoved lila mention in ih« Critic" 4 paj->, Parade hl» errors in the public c/o. And Mother Qruaiy'* raje dsfy f Love wins—in. laps. Domestic servants are never disorderly. A'countcr attraction—The pretty barmaid. • * It's the miner who ha* most claim to the Thieves get time for "taking things liter ally." If you talk in your deep don't mention In the amount borrowed lies the true test ! of friendship. ! * * . * Nothing is vital with George Keid; every j thing's Tittles. [ The cleverest people think wise things and' j do ridiculous ones, j * # * | Critics—Hen who argue over the plot of a j play that hasn't any. ! • ♦ * | The man who is crossed in lore should be A theatrical manager is known by the company he keeps—out. If you can't be clever, don't be discour aged—you can still be fresh. The bloke who topples into the Yarra should be charged vith fell-in-y. «■ # * Self-esteem is a good thing, except when you carry a pedestal abo...

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

SYDNEY HOUSEWIFE'S ok Healini "Some time ago," says Mrs. E. McDonald, of 91 Thomas-street, Ultimo, Sydr.ay, "I liad the i SB "^rfortune to meet with a terrible accident one day, when carrying out my household duties. I was at the stove melting down a big. dish of fat when aJ flame from the stove caught it, and p! ^ broke into a sheet of fire. It so alarmed me that I upset the flaming liquid all over my arms >0j a°d right side. The right arm was fearfully burned, the flesh being seared in a dreadful manner. I nearly went mad with the pain. The right side of my dress caught fire, and the fat getting through, the flesh was terribly burned also. It was all blistered, scorched, and inflamed, and in parts the sinews were drawn up, presenting a sickening spectacle. "For six months these terrific burns tor tured me night and day. I could not rest at night for the intolerable pains. I tried remedy arter remedy recommended by chemists, but nothing gave me much relief until I used Zam-Buk B...

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

cfo TfwJub Ou Q^ooxlt tup of Jjuh a^auu wwj>t /uAo OjOvdi fed fVO'B-U:R

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

TAXATION OH FREEDOM. Tta Ftiblic. Donk of Australia prdty well taxed at- the present- Mm', but. his masters needn't despair for there *re plenty ' of opportunity yet before them to go fur ; tber. As though the avcra^o beads of | families weren't just- abou: up to the nccl: | in imposition-, of one hind and another, ihu weary crowd who run tbp councils Laving t control oC tU<» foreshores, of tho Hut seem j to b^ favoring every propucaj to add another I brick to the load. It. u«ed to bo a popular j belief that. th^ Hfra, at least, afforded frro I bslhin? facilities. It perinn, however. cs ! ibough that idea was b«';j\j rapidly esploil j ed. Some money-chasing a iveniurer roccnt ' ly wrote to th<« iloorabbm Council proposing • tbat be should be fjivm ibe rivht to erect i tent* on the beach, and iet them at so much per hour to bathers ior the purpose oi tin» ! dressing. As the Moorabbin Cctinril has for | Ions been in a ptale of impr?uniosity. ii smelt a few quid i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY MELBOURNE. CONCERNING SOME GOLD ON THE ROYAL CHARTER. Flinders-lane and Bank Exchanges—Shipping Sovereigns—A Narrow Squeak—Scotch Caution—Some of the Lost People —Wreck of the Neva on King's Island —A Female Convict Ship. No. 230. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

EAULY MELBOURNE. CONCERNING SOME GOLD ON THE » ROYAL CHARTER. Flinders-lane, and Bank Exchanges— Shipping Sovereigns—A Narrow . Squeak—Scotch Caution— Some of the'Lost People —Wreck of the Neva on Sing's Island t —A Female Con vict Ship. (Bj "Old Chum.") No. 230. (Ill Eights Rescrted.) A few days before the advertised date of ! :h>- failing of the Royal Charter from | Melbourne to Liverpool, notice was given ; by certain banks, the Bank of Victoria | for one, of a rise in the rates of exchange for draft* on London. The i notice was received unfavorably, naturally, • in FLinder>lane, then the wealthy import centre of Melbourne's trade and commerce. Ju the "Melbourne Commercial Directory" for 18^3. a ropy of which I have. the number of merchants in Flind^rs-June and Flinders street was 31. and the locality would h» between Queen-Street and SwanPton-sueet. Others were to be found in the v.cinuy, but ; "Th* Lan«e'' was the bub of.Victoijan <:ous- j rnerce at the time. l...

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

NOW READY. I »<• THE S'AFRICAN STRIKE. A PAMPHLET OF PAMPHLETS. A VOICE FROM THE VEiDT AN OPEN LETTER TO JOHN NORTON BY A BACK-YELDT BOER, Caustic Criticism ami -Crushing Condemnation of Anglo-Australian Boer-Baiters, both in Africa and in Australia. Indictment of Laborists and Liberals Alike. ' Should be read by everybody who . , i .' . <v can read and mark and learn. • ' • 'z ,^Pnce 3d. Price 3d. : •' To "be had in Pamphlet" Form of all • 1 Booksellers and News Agents. ■ - ; •:•; don't miss it i . • , Order Early! Order Early!

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

THE SLUM-FIGHTING FARCE. i It is safe to ?ay that from the aspect of j | incompetents in public life, more especially : in State political and municipal affair?, Vic , toria tab's no end of .beating. Occasionally [ ' candidates with some "sort of decent creden- [ ! tiak are persuaded to put ibemsehes up icr i : eir-ctioti, but ii they have the spirit of a lou.s'-- cr ib>: enterprise of a cockroach one : i»»rni of service iu company with the ex amples of prehistoric intelligence with whom they have to sit frightens them out of the : ; business. The municipal representation of ' the ratepayers of Mflbouruu and suburbs is • ' ut the present, time more damnable than it j has ever been in tb* history of our local . | government, and that is saving wlmi all self. I j respecting citizens should be ashamed to ad- j : mil. it. would be covering old pround to ! , enumerate even .1 fev.* of the awful in.-staueee 1 of incapacity that the city of .Melbourne > ' municipal mus'-uiu has suppl...

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

23 TEETH OUT! Sir,—-".Tost had ttrenty-tbree teeth out, without tho slightest pain. Many of uiv ■ friends have hud artificial teeth from yon, ' and have greatly benefited br them." T. A. LOCK, Port Pirie, 10/1/K. "Beautiful £6'G/ Sets now offered at £3/3/. Call to-morrow. W. E. THOMAS, S3 £li2&beth*3t?eet. odp. Equitable Bldf*. r

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

How to be happy on wash day: use

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TROUBLES OF THE THOMASES CHARGE AND COUNTER-CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

THE TROUBLES OF THE IHOMASES CHARGE AND COUNTER-CHARGE. Florence Mar Thomas, a smartdookiug and self'posFt*.*ed young woman, procred'.-d against hrr husbcnd, Reuben M^ntAgu Thomas, for the maintenun-e of three of their children—William, nge<1 13;.. Ma,. aged 10i ; and Ernest Edward Thomas, ci^vl 8—at the North Melbourne Court in:4 Men day. Mr. Kidston appeared for tl;<' rmi plainant, and Mr. Ridgeway :ot the detcn dant. Complainant suid she had I:rpt tii>> ch I• dren for 18 month?, dining which timf d< - fnndant V85 in jjaol. On November 25 l;«"t. hn oanie out, and said h<i would th^ children oil her hands—in fact, he damindrd them, and sho let him hare pcariiiolo po-i s-*sfiou. She found subsequently ho had handed them over <0 the caxe of :i Mrs. Doyle, but-bnd-not fully paid her. Defen dant was a painter and decorator, and earn ed lis. a day. In answer to llr. llidgeway, complainant tdid she waa ouco housekeeper lo a Mr....

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A GIRL-WIDOW TRIO. Deserted by Their Husbands, They Consort with Lads. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

A GIRL-WIDOW TRIO. I Deserted by Their Husbands, Tliey Consort Yrith Lads. For bo mo time pa$t complaints hare bf»en I mado to tho police concerning tho conduct of certain occupauts of houses in Falmer- j ston-street, Carlton, and tho result of their investigations led to tho appearance f,i Clarice Millar, Alice Tocknell, and Alice , SecuriJ at the local court on Wednesday, on the charge of vagrancy. Tho thrcn wo men, who wero well-dressed, axe onJy 21 years of age, are married, and are living apart from their husband*. Plain-clothes Comtuble Sharps said that he watched the house in l,alm«>rston-str.,ot on Friday night and saw a number of young girls and boys enter. At noon tho follow- ; in? day he entered the house by the front door and Constable C;inipbeil hy the back. Ah they entered three young fellows ran out of tbo house. In a bedroom Clarico Millar was asleep on a l>od w.th a man, half naked. 11'he other women were* with men in another room. Tbo p!acovwas in a filthy co...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PALMISTRY ON "THE BLOCK." FORTUNE-TELLER'S FABLES FOR FRAIL FEMALES. Stories of Sinister Suggestions Reach "Truth;" WHO VISITS MRS. COLVILLE, OF "THE BLOCK." Little Old Lady in Grey Weepfully Denies Allegations—Is She Immune After Breaking the Law for 13 Years? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

PALMISTRY ON "THE BLOCK." FORTUNE-TELLER'S FABLES FOR A FRAIL FEMALES. Stories of Sinister Suggestions Reach "Truth;" WHO VISITS AIRS. COLV1LLE, OF " THE BLOCK." tittle Old Lady in Grey WeepfUlly Denies Allegations—Is She Immune After Breaking the Law for 13 Yeats? Wherfc the f^ulls ar«\ there ajso vill tbe bawks bo gathered together. And in a city like Melbourne both gulls and bawks are pretty nurw.tous. £ame of tlio latter specks are so obnoxious that their railings have boon declared ofTencti against the law, whil^ others are cunning enough to go on gulling, and jet keep wifhin the J.^vr. With r.ll elates •"Troth" bus dealt. trenchantly time and •■gain, but it bus been some liUlp time since the limelight was thrown on tho chicanery Of forlune-telli»». There have of late, bow. «ver, been several complaints made to this Dffico regarding tbo "fairies" that aro spun lo return for a fee by a damo who professes to delve Into dim and distant pasts, and to foretell tbe future by tbe prac...

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

FURNITURE! FURNITURE!! HOTE WELL B B A G Q K Siiows you through fsctory; why pay shop prices? Save money at - -.HCIO UJliLB ST. B B A G Q B. Before buying, call and &ce my goods; «om> pixo my prices with the shops. Near Weaiey Church. B : B A G G E. Buy diroct, savo 40 pur i nt.; buy off maker; 30 Europeans employed. HO L^usdale-it. B B A > G E. I manufacture, that's w' / I sell cheap; no big profits or rents to pay. Near'Eihibition-st. B B A G G E. Seventeen years manufacturing for tb» shops; now (rappli™ tb«- public at wholesale prices. Near Exhibition-fit. B B A G G E. £3,000 worth of stock to cboos« from; bif . . reduction on anyone's catalogue. 116 Lonsdala-st. B B ' A' G G E. Nino, pieces real hide Suite, oak, £8 10s.; shop price, £16. See it at 11Q LozudaJe-sL - * - B B A G G K. ' Prices are lower than anywhere; • you srotf Vqj if yon eall. Sear W«ftlcr Cfcoroh

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