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A CONTRACT CONTROVERSY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

A CONTP.ACT CONTEOVEESY. Fr»;t!eri:A Clements, of 0*Shariassy-strset, Sv.ubury, writes: — - 1 put in a tender to the Bulla Shire Coun cil the Ian meeting for horse hire for 12 months on <&e western fiide of the BuJla Shir.', uud although I was Is. 9d. a day lo-.rer ihan the success/uj tenderer, I failed to got the job. The-reason why, I would 1'kc to know. The cousct] must ha?© •"money to bum," acd want to make«"gcod ' fcl.owi" of themselves at the ratepayers' ez- I pense. Three of tbe.-councillors of Bulla ! sa d they knew nothing of me, but three of , the Suubury rep: cientathes*- knew me per-; ff jtly *veil. I hi-d a. good horse and dray all j ready to do the job, but when the tender ' cr.mc before Uie councilon© 0f the Suntnry ! representatives said he thourjht the man who i had the work now was the righi one. Why j should the council odrertis? for fresh ten ders, and tli^u wli'-n a nun puis in a tender lo'wcr than thf1 other fellow, keep llie same unfair, and...

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

HUB All WORKERS' CONDITIONS. . John OJarsi'ali. apparently.'a New South Wales correspondent—be sonda no address gives a cheer for the Labor Party and what it has done in improving the lot of the rural Troruer. "A few y ars -«g.* he writ's.' the sun rose and set ajjain while men worked on,' goiny then to quarters'too dilapidated al most to bouse fowls or pigs, I happen to know a certain squatter who underpaid his* men and underfed thepi on rotten meat served on rusty t'n phtfs. Now the con ditions have been totally changed .owing to the influence of the Labor .'Party which i* eorninf -nto -tj ^wn */t&r tho capitalistic tnj-bng has had his day." r .•

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

h\ : INE^ER; TOO jXiATE; TO MEND .'1 " Plain-cop Tcm Robertson;- ho " of .tho.| damaged topcrust, was a^movingrspIrit In ? the tus-6*-wai\ business, and was to. bo j seen-flitting, here, there,;;and,everywhere; j all oyer the ship.' Hc has-a badly-walloped i napper, -but' lt'fl never Itoo ,late to mend, j Tom-^ralonoV''thati'-wa^UInK.;,^alkin{7r>i,^n-j cyclopedia* on all' thlngrs appertaining to ancient and modern pedestrian'a*Talr» of : 'Australia,! was present* In'-.''all the 'oomp i and'fjlorlous clrcumstancc". of that old' swect.-smlle Gf;hl/vn.;.,-,v';/v. ' I (1 Lons-cop JJndllekl was-.armocl 'to'the .tecth:;..wltK' the. njesaphopc. and . trust I Tommy-make-room-for-ycr.'uncle know, j :lnj? his way aboui. . * ' The majority, of the"evicts..were run' In heats.''but "this may brt probably ac-j -counted.for from'the fact"that the parti clpants were the hot-copper? of Sydnev I ! anU our fighters of tho flanv. r j ■ There were countess competitions for' nippers and nippcresses of...

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

i=." :BILL SYKES &. CO. See the thieves are quite delighted' ! I, Now. the cops aro all away, Withhappiness they really:; can't keej. I And to Sparks they're "verv thankful ! And they're blessing Mister Day, j As they play the game they call "Sykos ' on the Alllf j

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

BILLY HUGHES. ' Czar BlUoo Hushes has i.^sut-d n soul* stirring appeal to the Wharfics to oo de mocrats. Ho appeals to them to r.hidfl by majority rule, to trust th*lr leade-s and a host of other fire things. Con sidering Bllleo la such an ardent democrat, it would be Interesting to hear him ex plain how ho. os a democrat, rati hold the position of president of the Whnrtlca, yet never go to a ballot of the member ' ship of the union? This is one of th® I questions Blllee will Uirn his deaf ear to. i Ai Monday night's meeiin^ of ilie Sydney Jewish Aid Society, it wa3 staled officially that the rum of £1075 had been lent out dunnp the paot year MITOUT ANY IN TEREST VATEVEK!!!! Such an item of news eablod to London by Ueuter would calculated to occasion a veritable epidemic or apoplectic fits amongst the money-monper tng taaacstelns and Mosenberps of the Bis Smoke* Mitont any interest ratsoeverll But Tat sbooel do »e£^irities, Itej?

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

7; A GREAT BLOW-OUT. Tariff the Band hero and Tommanki■ V Mark yo ibry arc not paid—' :; •. ;Thcy*re.a crowd of fel.ows we must ail admiah! - i And they wort: like Billyhayeses. i •.; - Even* ? blessed thins they've - played;" Kindly notice . in-:. • anions', -'em ^ Haydn spyah!^ 'f ' •.

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

/m^$p M im The Bonds That Prevent You Exercising your abilities are weakness. irreso lution, debility, blood dineaaer ifhicb bar# ra>;igt>d your systems and completely wrecked >our physical strcnsth. M>a who ha?e toyed ^*itb Disttater, and .have gone from bad to worse by overtaxiug their btrcngth in bocq* •?. ay, and vho are now suffering from a devital ised n*rvoiiH Byntom, aud other forma of phy sical unfitness should remember Australia'! most successful ipecialist. Df!. HENRY WESTWOOD COOPER h.15 triumphed when others have failed, and cured nor<> men of their troubles than any other physician in the Commonwealth. Men ar? j;lven back life's greatest gifts—Health. Streufctfc, and Happiness—by modern and effective treatment in the shortest time auid at the lease expense possible. NO FEE FOR ADVICE. Do not take any chance of a physical break down when this famous specialist may be con sulted l-'l'.CE OK CHARGE. His adTicc may always be had by anyone who *•11...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE PEOPLE'S HEALTH. QUESTION OF "MEDICAL ETIQUETTE." Prejudicial to the Public. DR. ERSON'S CASE AN ILLUSTRATION—MEDICAL PROFESSION A MONOPOLY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

THE PEOPLE'S HEALTH. QUESTION OF "MEDICAL ETIQUETTE." Prejudicial to the Public. DR. ERSON'S CASE AN ILLUSTRATION—MEDICAL PROFESSION A MONOPOLY. Nothing in tHo wny of a combination of capital hag more members, or morn infturuco over thow member?, than the closo corpora tion known aa the Hritinh Medical Associa lion, which controls various oilier IcindTed and subsidiary bodies of the medical profes *1011. Never was then* nil association more strict regarding its rules; 'never an iustitu* lion moro jealous of its prcstigo and '.•tHpiette; never a body whose transactions ure more r,ccret to the outside world. That strinpent rule "medical etiquette," which gays that a doctor must do this and must not do that, is r^ard^d by most of the profes sion ti« jn-it to all practitioners and for their V-m-fii. Therefore it is rigidly insisted upon. i-.lthnMtfh numerous instance* might bo quoted t-i show that the public have suffered bv jf. enforced operation. Doctors hare sometimes broken through ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NOBLE NARKED. ALLEGED UNNEIGHBOURLY LANGUAGE. Case Dismissed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

NOBLE HARKED. ALLEGED UNNEIGHBOURLY LAN GUAGE. Casa Dismissed. At the Fitzroy Police Court- on Tuesday, before Messrs. Demon, Beckett, and Foley, Js.P., two married ivom.-u named Mary Phillips and Myra Itajmond, living at 183 und 185 Georse-street, Fitzroy, rtepoct vely, were charged with having used insulting words to William Juracs Noble on the night of March 1. The two defendants were un represented by counsel, Mr. Fife appearing for the informant, Noble. William James Noble, residing at 178 George-street, Fitzroy, stated that at half past 10 o'clock on Sunday night, March 1, he was standing at h .« trout gate in com pany with hip wife and Mr. Munyard, when he saw Mrs. Phillips come from Mrs. Ray mond's house. Mrs. Phillips called out in a loud tone, 'Here are the —-— scoundrels; ltidgeway will MAKE THEM SIT UP j on Tuesday." Ho gave the wotnan no pro- ' vocation. She had summoucd him, and the case was heard on tho previous Tuesday, but it wait dismissed. Mis. Sar.ih Noble, the w...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"MOTHER OF FOURTEEN." SUES HUBBY FOR SUPPORT Fight Over Furniture. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

"MOTHER OF FOURTEEN." j SUES HTJBBY FOE SUPPORT Fight Over Furniture. Aniii'? Mari^ Pcurnrr. who confessed to ; IxMrif tho hioDi't n: 14 children. nnpear'-'l 1 ; at th«, riisrov Pol;** Cniu-t oa Tn<*«dav. | ht-foro Messrs. Dentou, Heekett. and Toley, ai the informant against her hus- | Frederick William Deumer, who was J chaj-cfrd with bavin** loft her anil of Ikt children without adequate means of support, Mr. G. F. A. Jones appeared for the plaintiff, uml Mr. 1,'Kntiange for tho defendant. Mrs. Douincr. llv'.n? at 80 Falconer-sired. North Fittroy, stated Ihaj she had been married to the defendaut, who was un online driver, employed at the Ilicbrnond Jco Works at £3 nrr wee!:, for 2f> years. There wcro 12 children o: the marriage. 11 were living. In January when they were lirin;j together at Chelsea, her hus band catae borne one eTenius. used bad language to her, THREW IEEU OUT of the house into the froat garden, and then looked the door upon her. She sought the advic...

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

CAFE CANTON rrnoNi: ^co). IC5 to ICO SWa N.iTO.N STREET. The ProynjtOM dew# to notify u,* Public that sverythtnif—lood, Cul«m?. U'ine*, Spirits, etc.—will 1 ?\ 0 «wnlarl. ami will include the Utm '\lcllcacie«, both Continental and Oriental. Dinners to onier Jn any form Afternoon T»». Theatre Partlee id ecUUr catered for. 7%e Kitchen Open for lmpertioo at Any Boor*

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SLUNG HER OVER HIS SHOULDER. Curious Assault Case. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

SLUNG HER OVER HIS SHOULDER. Curious Assault Case. For p:cr3cin^ bis somewhat, uin.inutiv* I and throwing lir-r across his Rhoukkr j in order to carry her inside the ho-*-:-, Wil- | liam Kolihatn, r. bur.y youni; I'fMcr.* ahiut 1 3j, vj3 obliged 10 face tlu1 City Court R«-i:ch J 'Mr. I'. J. U.vyer, P.M., chaitniun) on iluii. i mjV on w charge of uuIjwiu! us«:«v:!t. I The wife, Lila l*<»itb&n). pave #-vid<*nv> that h^r hubby carne buiflo at 12.30 o'clock on himdar nxrsir.jj under the influence: th<y bad had a row on the Saturday afternoon, and v/h^n he eatu»? in the back way Tdtnoss walked out the front, door and stood r,n the .•;iier side o: the street. Two rum wii:c up, oohccBien iu plain-clothes. though was not nware of tkf fact a-, the tirce. find she asked thoir protection, whereupon ac « -ussd picked her \:;> nnd threw her o»er his shoulder to CAIWIY HER 1N?1DK. and th«» nolico then arretted him. Countable JrrernU'b O'Ke'.fe said h...

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

TIIE BRIDAL HAI.TKR. The bridal-reijjn, it is rare fun, Bo go ahead, don't falter— If you'd in double-harness ran, Then tak* ber to thfr—«Jt*r.

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

HOW TO CURE INDIGESTION, i! The foVjovThij liters vr:':\ b,-> of inlcnsu 1 inUri1*: lo s'tficr-'-rs from indigestion:— j From ^rs* 72 Kei^'jUry-road, | 'For tnatsT yfar? 1 su^.-rr-rj fioai frequent attacks <>'. «!ion, fuiloiTed by priiris i:j the cuc^t, r.'.-vf-p avid aolir>, s\m- p!i>«n<>s«, biiiousn-^?!. ^r^iipMjcn, ,uia pa::is ur.de r iU 6houHfr blvk-s. I rovrli! r.'tair. lit:! my stomach. nnJ v-.-rnit'".! fr; •cuently. I tritfj a variety cf medicines wj'.h very little •ond result. 1 happened to rf-ad i nne of Waj rru-r's SstV Cure pamphlets, and, « >c*:n~ in it . Lot other* bad taken Warner's Suf«* Cure with beneficial results, I decided to try t fa .it ni^dirnt*. I obtained preat »tlivf from :bo '. firs*. b-ttl"; :D fact, from lh»» first few do%e.» I took, Aftff taking Warner's Safe ' Cur« for a ffw weeks I was quite rrstorod ' to healih. All my forrior tro'sb!.-> ' | from rr.t», I hope, uTui !.»-'*!i^Tr*. to re turn. Now 1 am fp.»Iiri...

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)
SNIDE SCHEMES. SWEEPSTAKES TICKETS FROM SWITZERLAND. Promoters on P.M.G.'s "Black List." Prospectus of a Pelf-Pursuing Push; Allegedly Anxious to Make Other People Rich. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

SNIDE SCHEMES. SWEEPSTAKES TICKETS FEOM SWITZERLAND. Promoters on P.M.G.'s "Black List." Prospectus of a PeU-Pnisuing Push; Allegedly Anxious to Maka Otliflr Peopl# Eich. Last Saturday's " Commonwoalth Ga zette" contained a notification to tho cffcct that' tfio Poatniastcr-Goncral had prohibited tho transmission of any cor respondence or postal mnttor to Messrs. Smallman and Terry, Geneva, Switzor land. This was preceded by a day or ao by tho arrival at thia office of a , bundle of printed mattor, prominent among which was a- circular bearing facsimiles of tho signatures of Messrs. Smallman and Terry and setting out tho allurements of "The John Bull Dorby Sweepstako 1914." With a "guaran tied prjzo fund" of £50,000 tho follow-, ing prizes were promised:—"First horse, £25,000; second, £5,000; third, £2,QUO; fourth, £1,000; other starters, £5,000; non-starters, £25 each; consola tion prizes, 500 at £5; 2,500 at £1, and 3,000 at 10s. The circular contained tho j following:— Having just...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"A SAILOR'S SWEETHEART." Sordid Ending to Jimmy Pettit's Romance. SUED FOR MAINTENANCE OF ILLEGITIMATE CHILD. Affectionate Correspondence and Poetic Outburst. He Says He is Not the Father of Rosie Fyfe's Child—But has to Pay Six Shillings per Week. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

"A SAILOR'S SWEETHEART." Sordid Ending to Jimmy Pettit's Romance. SUED FOR MAINTENANCE OF ILLEGITIMATE CHILD. I 'Affectionate Correspondence and Poetic Outburst. He Says He is Not the Father of Rosie Fyfe's Child—But has to Pay Six Shillings per Week. 'Every Polly lovea a jolly sailor" 1» „ „oi _ that lias achieved considerable popularity of late, and, judging by the ovidenco tendered during the hearing of a claim for tho support of an illegi timate child heard at Northeote on Mon day, thero aro Pollics who "lovo not wisely but too well." The Polly >n this caso happened to be "Rose Ellen Pyfa, and tho sued James Pettit, of H.M.S3. Protector, for tho inalntcnanco of her illegitimate child. On the bench wero Dr. Cole, P.M, Plant, Basting aad Lawrence, Ja.P. Defendant, who appeared in court in the orthodox cos tume, is a robust sailor lad. He w&3 _ represented by Mr. James Rail. Mr. H. Barrett looked after tho interests of Rosin. . - , Mr. Barrett, ifl opening, suid coin | p...

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

ALLECED WIFE BEATINC. Husband Pleads Provocation. Thomas Adanis, res:din<; at 282 Vtre j street, Colliuffwood, appeared at the local (Julian and Johns, Js.P., on a charge of having assaulted bis wife, Honora Adams. Mrs. Adams did not appear. Constable Davt'ii statej that at half.p.ist 10 o'clock on the previous night, Mrs. Adams carno to the pol:c<: stmiou and made a complaint. Her month was cut. and blood ing. Witness went to 182 Vere-street and asked Adams what ho meant by knocking j his wife about. Adams replied, "She canjii I at nit* with a pick in one hund and au a*o I in thu other, and I had to "top her some- ! bow.1' In answer to thn Bench, Adams de- j liied that he wa.* drunk on the previous j night. The further hearing of the caso wai I adjourned for a week.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE BLACK HAND GANG. THE RULERS OF VICTORIAN RACING. PROPRIETARY CLUBS MUST TAKE ACTION. The Rotten State of the Turf. A Seething, Fetid, Pestilential Morass of Rascality—The Public No Consideration—Sport Eliminated. A Word to Joe Loughlin. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

THE BLACK HAND GANG. THE RULERS OF VICTORIAN RACING. PROPRIETARY CLUBS MUST TAKE ACTION. The Rotten State of the Turf. & Seething, Fetid, Pestilential Morass of Rascality—The Public No Consideration—Sport Eliminated. A Word to Joe Loughlin. Vhat is known a3 the Aotuxzra Rac- | lag Carnival is over, leaving behind it ft- fetid atmosphere that will live for yeSra in the nostrils of all truo lovers : of sport. "Wo venture to say no more astounding case of "reversal of form'1 was ever soon than that of Wallalo. All ! along this mysterious equine has been used in a most artistic manner to mis lead the racing public, handicappers, , and stewards. How successful tho ! "scientists" have been the past "ear- , nival'' has shown. And yet such n. | pcandal concerning one of the cardinal j . doctrines implied in the standard Rules ■ ' of Racing (that bearing on inconsistent t mnning) is allowed to pass over with out any more comment or condemnation j ^ than the time-worn "explanation sat...

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

CHALLENGE. • UUBPHT CHALLENGES THE WORLD TO CUBE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL BLEEDING PILES. Permanent Cure. Ksuiblished 1891. j MURPHY'S PILE PILLS, Nou*uperieat. Haro Cured Thousuuds of Coses, too* ujter sulIVring over 40 jrearp. 1 Made and Sold by ANDREW MURPHY, W07 Wo?, N.S.W., Sole Proprietor, rico 3s. per box. or a course of 8 fcxaes £1. All Postage Freo. On Salo at all Chemists, Druggist*, and Storekeepers throafhoirt th« States.

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