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TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. STENCHFUL PUBBERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

TOPICAL TAPS 7 OIN I TAPPABLE TOPICS. STEKOHTOL PUBBERIES. There is supposed to be a Board of Public Health superv'sing thu sanitary conditions of Melbourne. Some of its numerous inspec tors should devote attention to the public houses of the metropolis, many of vrhich are a perfect disgrace. There are some big and "toney" hotels in this city that do not pro vide any facilities for convenience to bar : customers, and in a groat many others the 1 conveniences are nothing hut stenrhpopK One bis hotel—one of the largest and busiest in Melbourne—liar, n spare about- four fret 1 ionp by throe feet. wide, quite ujiIi?ht"J, •rbich faces an n public thoroughfare at the had:. Dili* rouvqnienre lin« not own a door, and offers di^ustins facilities for the con tamination of wnnj'-n and children jia««in^ by. 1c is only reasonable t-> demand thct publicans who thrive on the public money should provide adequate ami sanitary public

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

"MyMagazine 'Tvestitig forTro"'" l" CT^forSIxMonlhs J IjUUfrtMa IM, CUnpJ I

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BOTHER AT BRUNSWICK. TWO WIVES CLAIM MAINTENANCE. Mrs. Williams Says Hubby is Lazy. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

BOTHER AT BRUNSWICK. TWO WIVES CLAIM MAINTEN ANCE. Mrs. Williams Says Hubby is Lazy. F.leanor Vfilliams list we^k proceeded against her husband, Yicvor K. Williamr-, iu ilm Brunswick Court, Wort Messr*. Lord, Fleming, and Downes, ,JsF.. alleging that he left their two children—Roy Douglas and Rlsxrv Mildred, iLged eight and six respectively —without means of support. Complainant said that she wa?. marred to defendant on De<*:mbef 2C. 1904. He was a carpenter, aud left home on XoTetnber 23. For five Tfcells prior to thai, he had oily given her 27s. 6d. to keep the house on. He had not given her a penny wnco. She had seen him subsequently and asked him tor money for the children's support. lie said that when she did not support the ebildren he would take them himself ajid keep them, but ho would not give her any money. B(' could earn £3 10s. a week if he liked to work at <iay rates, but he was too lazy to «io much, and uvd to work on piece raws, earning about £1 ...

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

kJ —" Miss Agnes Murphy, THE BRILLIANT BIOGRAPHER OF MADAME MELBA, AND ORGANISING SECRETARY TO THE QUINLAN OPERA CO. WRITES OF In addition to enjoying ihc above great distinctions, Mi:s Agnes Murphy i» regarded aa one of the ablest of inter national lacy journalists. Her opinion is worth reading, wr'tten from 43 Hotham Street, East Melbourne, 2/8/13 : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have sincere pleasure in informing you that I have found Clements Tonic an ex cellent and most agreeable restorative after exhaustion, due to overwork, and that as a brain and body-builder, I can higLJy commend it." (Signed)

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

POMP AND POVERTY. Lrulph Stanley, Victoria's new Governor, being Nobody at, Home, has found it neces sary to make a big show of being Somebody out here. He amarca people one day this week by drying through the streets of Mel' bourne in seme s:yle. Four handsome hnrs.es, bestride by r^d-jacketed and whif rapped postillion*, drew the crubernatcrial barouche, in which Stanley and hi* missus lolled haughtily bad:, and a couple more flunkey* trotted at the rear to keep oft the and small boy?. .Stanley i* evidently determined to mak** an impression. The br*?t thine he <*yi!d do would be to sell the horsee. sar>k the flunkey, «o thai they would hav" to find work, and devote i'hp proevds to relieving pome of the poverty that row r-ar"e« thi< rity. The ila«h turnout would keep a doz^n families for a y-'ar. Stanley should be friren to understand <bat hi< flash ne?s i; not appreciated in a democratic Hordes feed and fatten and flunkey* loaf and gi...

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

"EXCEPTING, PERHAPS. THE LUNCHEON." Sir Grid's private sooroUr," sr-nt the fol lowing telegram to thp Adelaide press last Owin~ to the awful beat of Thursday la^t, during the High Commissioner'!* journey lo Castmon, and 75 miles 01 motoring next day on bad roads to Mount Gambier, Sit* George Rejj finds it neces sary to ret for a few day*. and greatly r^^rrcts that h*» must cancel all his Ade laide engagements, except, perhaps, the luncheon with the Hinister* on the day of his departure. Very evidently Greid doesn't intend to en ship aboard tho maiiboat for London with any aching void beneath the threp bottom buttons o: his vest. If George personally passed for dispatch the above-quuu'd mc~ snge twhich may. or may not. have been the private see's, own composition), the con cluding "txceptiiig' perhaps, the luncheon," must surely hiTe tickled his own sense of

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

PETERS, Bookseller, 185 Swansfcon Street. Dr.CAMER.OX (Fir>t Compleia E»;lisb Edition), 4s., Post Frc<\ HEPTAilEROX (Complete), 4«., Post Fi'v. T1IK WORKS OF FRANCOIS RABELAIS (TIiivb Volume* in Oiu\>. 4«., ]*om Firo. MADAME BOVAKY, 2s. Gd., Post Free. }-UlUU-NfcS ANiJ OF THE FAMOUS MOLL FLANDERS, 2s. 6d„ Post. Free. LADIES' MAN, by Guy Maupassant, la. 6<i., Post Free. UOSAIUO; or, TILE FEMALE MONK, li. 6»J„ Post Frte. NASA'S DAUGHTER, Is. Gd., Post Free. STOLEN SWEETS, by Paul De Koch, la. 6d., Post Free. RELATIONS OF TilE .SEXES;' Is.. Post Free. ZOLA'S COMPLETE NOVELS, Is. 6d., Post Free:—Nana, L'A«souiinoir, Claude's CoufevMon, Tho Rush for tba Spoil, Tho Girl iu Scarlet, Abbo Mouret's Sin, Pot Ilouille. A WOMAN'S LIFE. by Guy Dc ifaupas* wnt, 1*. 6d., Pont Free. AKISTOTLE S COMPLETE WORKS, COD. taining the Mastcrpioce, Directions for Mid wires, and Counfcl und Advice to Wotum, with Various Useful Rrraodips. Complete, vith Colored Platos, 3a. Gd., Pos...

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

• BEITISHEBS AIL. • I In discussing the question of immigration in the course of several articles Vurulb" re cently drew' attention to tho composite character of tbo iJrit.sb race, showing bow Its "mongrel"—i.e./ "miied"-7breed:ng ac« counted for its virility, each additional ad mixture ot fresti bloou through tbe" age's bringing with it an, element tinu assisted m 1 at, lasu pisc.uj: it in the dominant - position ! amouj> t&u nations of .the c'lrth.'-'-lbe • | Atu'crxaus are'geneiailv. acknowledged* to he j ! the most energetic people of IL'e present'; : day, 'hud 01 wnat-awon-crml i":ng;omemr J. ■ tfon /^° " ibt*y not' consist?'. Truth' 4iaika ( . pi-itiiy on cTurv subject,' arid sbxiie'oeople <ion'0>ii«.e plain talk; it bttris them. .Uaiuts have such a squint-eyed view of-tverytawg*' l)t*you^: ih«ir own luiie-spneres' t'at, tne> - 'euu't understand pla n Uuk, and: twist its huerpretatiou to sua tieir .o*u', tww^d,, natures. One such; apparently/is a re...

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

It in about time the Searchlight was turned on the Sewing Machine Busi 1 thank "Truth's'' readers for thy hundteds of congratulations I have received for placing a high-grade ma* chin».' on the market at such a low figure. And cow for one month only I Trill sell £14 DROP-HEAD MACHINES For £6 15s. £12 MACHINES For £4 15s. £10 10s. MACHINES For £3 17s. 6d. £8 HAND MACHINES For £3 15s. £6 10s. HAND MACHINES For £2 17s. 6d. Needles for every make of sewing machine, Cd. dozen. Oil, largest bottle, od.; Belts, Cd.; Bobbins, Id. each. And I will give £1,000 to the chari ties of Australia if any sewing machine pold in Australia costs more to produce than tho Veritas. Write or Call. Terms arranged. IWIALONEY, 21 Centreway Arcade, off Collins,street 282 Chapel-streot, .opposite Ble Store, Prahran. 23 Arcade, Adelaide, «2 SomUe-stcsct WEAK BACKS Backache is really Kidney ache ; the ache comes from the kidneys, which lie just beneath the small of the back. When the back is weak and lame—when it...

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

IMPORTED TOBACCO: Be the Australian you say you are and smoke

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VICTORIAN PLACE NAMES. EXPLORING EXPEDITIONS IN THE OLD DAYS. Feeding a Vast Industrial Army. How Gold Thieves were Punished. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

EXPLORING EXPE0ITIONS IN THE OLD DAYS. Feeding a Vast Industrial Army. : How Gold Thieves were Punished. ' tcTo give mmes Ihal may bfccmn currant fn tho-moutli.n'of i'uture million*?''said th" well-known Australian 'xnlorer, and sow lim<-» Surveyor-General of Now South Walr«t. 'Ihomas Livingstone MitrhH!. when espi0r tnp Victoria. or ''Australia Felis," as Mitchell called the pinn>, *'has often l>"cn h perplexing mhjoct with rur-." Mitchell made that observation in th? year 1333. Ho was then naming rivers und place? almost pvery other day. His exploring expedition, which consisted of twenty-Jive men. crossed the Murray in (he v^imty "? Swim Hill. Passing tho rivers Avocn nnd Avon, he paraed thom. The nvi-r names ar»* <.f Celtic origin. '*Avoca'7 means ''rn«v4in<.' of tlr v.at<*rV and •'Avon'' i* th" Critic word for ft "river"' or "stream." The va!»*-hk«.* country, through v.hirh the Avoca run-— the rivers lencth i« about 171) mile.-—...

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

, A SUCCESSFUL EUSENE3S. The. tnrouncetaeru in our adT^rusisg columns that Phil. Harrison sr.d Co, are about to offer big arid bount fu] bargains in a sale ■which precedes an extensive altera tion of their city p emiscs, rccahs to nimd the wonderful pro^rtss that fin:: hi? made. It is now about 27 years ugo that the genial Phil, put up h'a ialor-ngsign in Flinders street. Tarossb these years lots of «s have come to know h m, hi? tailoring and his strictly straight methods, and cau fiud plen tiful/reasons for his present and erer-in creeping ! success. Phil for fhe past 15 months has boasted a fine establishment in Swahston-strcet, and it is this that is now to bo enlarged to cone with the growth of the city trade. In fht» suburbs, :oc, Phil, has many friends, and enter? tor tb:m with two well-equipped' branches—oue in Xorth Melbourne and the other at North Carlton. Weil; worth: Oudins out :'bout is t*:e Phil. Harrison Csy payment v'.iu. v.-hich makes gcod tailoring easy to buy and i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TIME IS NOT YET RIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

; THE TIME IS NOT YET RIPE. [ Witli ctirscs los:J and hearty, John £>un ! parcel Inquired— I "Wh-To Is Australia'.-* Tarty: JJ's tin* ! t)il~ p:i.«h wa.^ -fired! I'm sick of voting Labor, of vctins Lib. as ivHI; It's my opinion, neighbor, this land ain't i fr-clln* well! • There'.* someiMn' dead or dyln' Just now In Sow South Wales: Th« Wanky err wis Is flvin' on LiVs and Lnhor'a trail?' , Whore is Australia'* Party?*—old Bill removed his pip*. ;And snJd, with lanp;;a,T»- warty, "The Time is Not Yet P.ipe! j " You a~k for my opinion about the state ' of thirds: ; Why fo^i« of szble p'.nlon flap past on i earnest xrlnzs? : I ain't .despondent, .neighbor," BIU Spin! fox replied: , • • ! "When Libs, j'.i.tt equul Labor,-then thing® j begin to slide! I When l-came Kast, McGowen fcad Ju3t up ended Wade— tils crowd has sicc? been ptoughin' along T.-ith their brigade! ; ; So. what 1' *iys Ij? certain—they're of the self-samt' stripe: • | They're pels behlnd-the curtain—the Tiiiie , is S...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MOLLOY'S MISHAP. MELBOURNE MAN'S MEANDERINGS. CONCERNING A CLERK'S CHEQUED CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

I MOLLOV'S MISHAP. i MELBOURNE MAN'S MEAN j DERIiS GS. !' CONCERNING A CLERK'S CHEQUED . , CAREER. (Prom "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent). Sx, charged, . on warrant, with the larceny of Ue,si;m of £28 18*, the property ct' Iks employer, Gcorpo Mowing. «jf Kootseruy. d.fe taniv? r'Sl^iSc»«ii:thfh»rc0,nobup ' a' Stinkum-on-tho-Yarra to take back ho . OF TIIC OOUGt.M GMils*. 1 P.C. Hooper imormed' Magistrate Kin?, that, on tho 23rd ult, at about 6 p.m., ho cuinn across Mulloy in A'.beru-strecc, .Syd-, "i belong to the New South Wales Po lice," said witness, "and wo bavr r.>cc a telegram from Llolboumc notifying that n warraut has buen issued there the arrc-'i of u unn naiawl Leonard : form the Bench that Mowling now joined Ihi'tn, when he (withvti) said to.ac •How "long have you been over here?" the Central Mice Station. wh\r" Mr. Mowling S2C.Ni:d tui: (.haiku: shekt. T;t(* pruvi«vyjnl v:?rrnnt v:as read ovr .Volifv. nt'tor whieii wiln'^s naked: "Are. yo" th* p 'rson r-fenvd t ) in t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE DAY OF FETE. N.S.W. POLICE AND FIRE BRIGADE CARNIVAL. Grand Annual Shivoo at Moore Park. COPPERS' GREAT BATON INNINGS—REEL GOOD WORK OF THE FIREMEN—APPS IN TRAINING—THE POLICE BAND'S BIG BLOW-OUT—SPIER ON THE FLUTE—BLYTH AND THE BIG DRUM—OH, WHERE WAS "GENTLE ANNIE"?—WHY NOT EXTRA NOVELTIES, A TANGO DANCE AND THE LIKE?—PICKARD THE WALKER —TOMMANKI ON THE TOOTLE—WHERE WAS WELLS' WAXY MO?—SOME SENSIBLE SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

THE DAY OF FETE. N.S.W. POLICE AND FIRE BRIGADE CARNIVAL. Grand Annual Shivoo at Moore Park. COPPERS' GREAT BATON INNINGS—REEL GOOD WORK OP THE FIRE MEN—APPS IN TRAINING—THE POLICE BAND'S BIG BLOW-OUT SPIER ON THE FLUTE—BLYTH AND THE BIG DRUM—OH, WHERE WAS "GENTLE ANNIE"?—WHY NOT EXTRA NOVELTIES, A TANGO DANCE AND THE LIKE?—PICKARD THE WALKER —TOMMANKI ON THE TOOTLE—WHERE WAS WELLS' WAXY MO?—SOME SENSIBLE SUGGESTIONS. (Prom "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent). Do what you will, no matter what you say, ' Our Bonny Boys In Blue will have their DAT. Our firemen Join the flare-up, and the larks-* For one nnd all, you see, they swear by SPARKS. ••On "Wednesday last ther* was held hlRh festival-ln» the ranks of the New South Wales, follce^Servlco.. and Fire Brigades, for on the .now-memorable 4th ,'ot Manh the4-third-annual sports-carnival had ar rived,-'land'was duly brought off In great style at the,-Royal Agricultural Society's Show Ground, Moore-Park,• so'tnriy.'may thls»bc termed &am...

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

' CONSTABLE APPS. Here's Apps'. the lightweight bobby,—' In tlio cold grey earlyidawn; * -■ *. He's been training on-the glittering track ;rof/-'glory;. tfryrv"? He's -a man * who's kilt" entirely—* 'Pei-Apps lively as arfawn, ' " Big > as a; house—but; that's ? asl different7 • /.Story.."::,, ... iv-ri^

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"TRUTH'S" LETTER BOX. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

"TRUTH'S" LETTER BOX. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS G. S., Skene's Creek.—See txticla "Snide Schemes'" in this issue. ifrs. E. n., Richmond.—Inquire from Cook's Tourist Uurcau. \V. 0., Burwood.—It you arc mug enough 1o send along your half-crown thinking that, they wjlJ lot you, on utter stranger in anoihar State, have a gold watch lor the sv.rn you must tako tli'o consequences. '"Truth" has exposed the snido (Franks) on several occasions. T. K., Williainstown.—You may con*ratU' late yourself that such a rank outsider an TJki gave you any return at all for your "Scott?," Nathalia.—The best way to treat a bouncing hobby is to take oo notice of hiui, unless he {,'ots fairly over the oddi and you can prove your case.

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

Fam<»—to iiaTc tout name called It lli cornmissionairo outside the Theatre Rojal j after "Joseph and HU Bretires." j

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

EED PLAGUE CRUSADE. 'Pro Bono Publico," Echuca, commends the attitude of "Truth" and the New South Wales Labor Conference towards tbo need f°r grappling with the red plague. He writes: — 'I hare been in both Sydney and Mel bourne slums and h'To had my eyes opened by some awful s fflus of human suffering aud degradation through none other than this dis>.*i)Ri'. I would ^reutlr juVor a proposal for the compulsory fcxaminat'on, not ouly of those al>out to be married, but of every one. 1. for one, would willingly submit to such examination. I think the New South Wales La.boriu.-s are desarvins of exeat praise for proposing a Contagious Diseases Act. an Act, which, if passed, will be of the greatest im portance. I sincerely hope that-oil connec ted with this movement will not rest until they have pulled sfeide the curtain of Mock Modesty.* And. will the passing of the Con tagious Diseosrs Act. 'why,'not, do away wuh those' wlio" style themselves -healers of these disease^ hut who a...

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

DEFENCE EXPENDITUBE. Mr. H, Pardon.*', of the Australian Froo '.lorn Len^:e, give? Fomo interesting n^urc* rc^nrriin- tho cmr of d''f<nre: — w'f am fntly aware of tlu> vast underr-Iop r-.l rr-our.'";.^ of Austr.iliit, an<l yet wn tpfii'l which all t'.ivU to increase tho approbation in the rii:»s to the obvious detriment of thr* country. In the Commonwealth 23.12 jkt cent, of the people lire in thr> metropolitan cities. In the United Kingdom the p<?rcen ta?o is 12.51 per c-nt., in France 7.29 per cent., in JJcl;f.U!o G.55 per c-nt., ar/J in the Netherlands 4.72 per cent. Australia spend* 2d. per hcvl of th/> population on technical education, but 25s. per boad on defence. We were toM that when the complcto <k fence srherne was in op/-ratinn, the expendi ture ff.v, not to cxcee-i £1,3*0.000 a year, £4.000.000, and the only resets thr.t can bo counted xfu-r 10 yearj will be £2 000.000 worth of drill hai:* that Sir I'm Hamilton has su...

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