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SYDNEY SHOOTING SENSATION. BARMAID AND THE TAILOR'S CUTTER. Girl Shoots an Old Friend. Then Turns the Revolver on Herself. "Do You Love Me Now?" [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

SYDNEY SHOOTING SEN- | SATION. BARMA TO AND THE TAILOR'3 CUTTEB. Girl Slioots an Old Friend. Then Toms tto P.evclver on Herself. "Do You Love Mc Now?" A sensational occurrence look p'ace at noon on Saturday last in Mr. R. C. Hagon's tailoring sbop in King-street, Sydney, directly epptsito the otDcee of Sydney "lruth." a young woman, Alice Maud Rau kin, known also as Jeun Clark, formerly a barmaid at the Tivoli Hotel. and residing at Wa:alia Reside m:a 1 O lambeis, Rondi Beach, shooting a t ailor n amdG.D. Irvine and then, turning a seven chambered revol ver c» her<el:, firi ng t th 0 >t«, both of which ontercri her bod; Judg'l: ig frcm the evi deuce the police hav1 e b- oi i able to gather. Irvine and Rank: in -w :ero old acquaintance. and lia.i b'-en ia tin. • haui. i of going itirout totMuer, b=fcro J i:<: :oin: ler was married some fire week* s 130. 1 til WOL nan Hankin w-s standing ul KHH. Ilagc >n's thop, appar cntly waitiug to see.! s;ineb&l...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TASMANIAN POLITICS. WHEN PARLIAMENT MEETS, What Is Going to Happen. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

I TASMANIAN POLITICS. WHEN PARLIAMENT MEETS, What Is Going to Happen. (From "TrothV Tunazuan Correspondent.) The commonccmont of the short sea* alon of the Tasmanian Parliament has been further postponed. It has now | been decided that the Speaker will take J his Chair on March 20. In point of fact, however, the Speaker -will not toko his Chair at all. Parliament will meet on March 25, but the first thing to happen will be for tho clerk to Tead tho resignation of Speaker Evans. That much has been decided by tho Liberal Party, though it has not yet been pub lished. Tho Government will then find itself in the position of having to find u Speaker from the Opposition benches: for it will not be able to spare one of its own supporter.". The threatened fusion between the Liberal and Labor Parties has. for the present, proved abortive. Some of the Labor member* tried their hardest to bring it about: but the bettor sense of the others, in the end. prevailed, and Labor members, after making ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BANGED WITH A BOTTLE. HUSBAND AND HARLOTS. Mrs. Willis's Woes. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

BANGED WITH A BOTTLE. HUSBAND AND HAKLOTS. Mrs. Willis's Woes. A guy Lothario named lloury John Willis, who neylected his lawtuj f,puufc«j tor the com pany oi two other women, was brought be fore Meiirs. Barlow, P.il., and Aru.mtaM and Van lieurcl, Ja.P., a; the Casilernainc Polico Court cn ilarch 6, on a charge of hav.ug aasaulU-d his wile, Cbarlotie Willis. Th- liefcnuaat plexUed guilty. Th» case for ibn wife wan that the parties resided -nt Wesley Hill. On the afternoon in question, complainant Rjtr her 1 suband at th'.' corner of Ilar^rarrs and Tcinpleton streets. He was then in the company of TWO WOMEN, and she demanded an explanation. She said to bin. "You bare brought iwu women hurne frotu J picuie; what is tue weuniug of it?" Ho told her to wind her own bus ncsa. Ho had ;v-o bottles of bevr in his powesaion, and when &be tried to tahe ou» of the bottles from him, an Rirupsled to retain it, uud, ptiniitg the victory. «vruck her on tbf mouth with it, rocdurit£ b*:r scm...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"A GOOD METHODIST." HOLY WILLIE IN TROUBLE. Wicked, Wanton Wowser's Antics. DEGRADING DOINGS WITH YOUNG GIRL ON THE BEACH. Calls God to Witness His Innocence—But Magistrates Convict—Ridiculously Small Penalty for Disgusting Offence. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

"A GOOD METHODIST." HOLY WILLIE IN TROUBLE. Wicked, Wanton Wowser's Antics. DEGRADING DOINGS WITH YOUNG GIRL ON THE BEACH. Calls God to Witness His Innocence—But Magistrates Couvict— Ridiculously Small Penalty for Disgusting Offence. A hypocritical hurabup. who declorcd himself Ui bo ";i respectable man, with u respectable family, a good Methodist and ^ood Christian," stood revrsiled in his true nolorn at the St. Kildn Court on Tuesday, when, dfapite overwhelming evidrcr.o to til1-* contrary, hp, rased hia eyes to th« ceiling in trun wowser faahion and denied '"oo help bin God" the char^o of basins be haved in an inUer.cnt manner toward* a atuall jirl. William Henry Tbonm.s "WOWSER THOMAS. .i fairly toll, slight raa»r w th a lon£, bony proboscis and ferrety eyes, is caretaker at the Erica llill Methodist Church, Wind sor, and he shuffled aud groaned jn first rate style throughout the hearing of the case for the edification of wowser friends in court., who included & real LIV...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PROPOSED FLOGGING OF YOUNG WILDE. MASS MEETING ON YARRA BANK. Approaches the State Governor; AND APPEALS TO JOHN NORTON FOR AID. "Truth" Demands Cancellation of Judge's Outrageous Order—And the Abolition of the Lash—Cabinet Calls for a Departmental Report. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

PROPOSED FLOGGING OF YOUNG W1LBE. MASS MEETING ON YARRA BANK. Approaches the State (iovernor; AND APPEALS TO JOHN NORTON FOR AID. "Truth" Demands Cancellation of Judge's Outrageous Order— , And the Abolition of the Lash—Cabinet Calls for a Departmental Report. I "Truth's" warning call to the Watt Government to beatir itself and prevent the outrage on humanity that would cer tainly be perpetrated were it to allow Judge Eagleson's savage sentence of Hogging imposed on 20-year-old Thomas Wilde to be carried out formed the text for several speakers at a mass meeting held on the Yarra bank last Sunday. Mr, J. W. Fleming read to the assemb lage the article that had appeared in i the preceding issue of ''Truth/' includ ing the mother'n account of the young fellow's career, and congratulated Mr. I John Norton on the decided stand he had taken in resisting tho survival of I the savagery of tho lash. Poor men, ' ho said, had this barbaric instrument of torture applied to their backs, but who ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
STINKING STRAITS STEAMERS. EATS, BUGS, AND COCKROACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

STINKING STRAITS steamers; EATS, BUGS, AND COCKROACHES. This is tho time of year when tho fat steamship companies reap a rich harvest by imposing grossly extortion ato fares on tho many thousands of visitors who cross to Seo beautiful Tas mania in all her cummer glory. It is at this season that tho rich, red appl*»i are most plentiful," and the. rosv cheekcd, buxom lassies of the tight little isle are .at, their best; so frooi the heat and dust of Melbourne folk make haste to the lakes and mountain'* of Tassy. But though Tasmania is onlv a few hours' run across the strait* people cannot afford to scoot there for week-ends, for the return journey costs a week's screw, and the accommodation afforded passengers is absolutely dis graceful, considering the fares charged. Saloon passengers are treated allright in the matter of food, .and are kow towed to by obsequious' stewards, wLo hope for half-crown tips to swell their miserable wages, but those who have-to. .. travel Fteerage gGt ..th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POPE AND MASONS. WAS POPS PIUS IX. AN EXPELLED FREEMASON? Continental Freemasons Allege That He Was. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

POPE AND MASONS. WAS POPS PITJS IX. AN EXPELLED TEEEMASON? Continental Precmasons Allege Tint He Was. tb> l*re; ju.n:y with which Uomau Cathwl.. • irec. masonry, aud i'l.* f^:t that i; has . hem ;uiatkemat.><rd t'rjjx: th^ Pupil oLa'i . ;t is uti asionishijif: ibing to i lind -t as: sert^J, us it i* as^rted. thut the Pop'.*, pi'. :* JX. who dstingui.%b*>J himso. Lition> of Freemasonry, and hi s fcicomiauD i cation of all Cathoiic member* >.-<%on?ing i lo ibc oid.-r, had.» U •en a'Frepi ?ia«on. Tbi> staUmen: rna-ie r. ■V Fref-maesr: <. and iV i? itllrg'-d that, a:\er h> •" bad t^ome Pep', and ha-j I llXCOMHTJNI.'ATEP FP.KEMASOXIC j MEMliKR* of th Church, he wa* him-elf formally . prllttl from thp Orif r. th.. d*-cre,» of ev pulsion i being sigm-j t jv Victor Emmanuel. Kins? ■ wf itjijv. un-i <. irsnd Mast.*: o: th order of Itaiv. D-u .;i:; «.f tU.> «-jpu!»ici» hute : lately b&n pub ;i«bed in a Masonic period:...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MOTHER GRUNDY'S IRE. Too Much of the Human Form Divine. WOMEN ASSES' AWFUL INDIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

MOTHER GRUNDY'S IRE. Too Much of the Human Form Divine. WOMEN ASSES' AWFUL INDIGNATION. Much pain - and indignation has been caused among some of the old 'una of the Australian Women's Association by th» fashion frolics of lovely and audacious Miss Shiol: Pomi* women's evening Grosses ure only veil?. ! oil to tue puchc gr.jfl truch , lint is shape h* atid beautiful iti (lto wav of I limb. A Miss Sbiel, cf ;be Fitzroy branch . of the Women's Association, v?as the virtu- i ous frmnl? who was mos'lv shocked by th? ! frail femininity of the day. She spoke to , a gathering of the elan in horror and dist of transparent, slit, and x-ray ikirti. s:arted with the transparent yoke, and now it hss Konr- to the feet," she a ballrtiom iroTnen Trere merely rciU'd, and that was about all. Why did cot tho Out class'' were to turn cut in the streets in the parb that so-called respectable affected, the police wo-.ld lake action. Whr should tho "upp?r s:ra:a" wear *roch cloibes: iliss Shiel went en to...

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

WOWSERS WORSTED. >n;Lwii.h?tar.t!Sii£ lb»• narrot7-mind» Jik** arc! petitioning- p(,r~"r.ir!i?<^ o; the Pou lard puritans v.-ha rahH arc £Tr:ul howl b»*. rua:u» ;br recent borp.tal carnival at tbat place TTa> r.u conduct'-i afirr the* t»micrr of a Sunday -cbaol picr.ic. or a ttnth-iV m^tinr, th.^ afair proTr-d a r.-r\ ^ratifyin^ i.r.aucid sue?'-;*. How week* ago. "Truiii" pcir.fi cut thai tb«? • yr«v of :U<? vrowsrr- «•:* Portland vrerr burning from tboir sockn* at tbp paralysi::s; pr?sp«t o: j-aCcs bein? beld in conti'.'ciirs w/h th? carnival. In the ryes cf tbo vrowvr. to ir.dulg'- in a little Larruifs* speculation ut u carnival or a bazrxr i.< !«.• «:atr.p ywur;»lf a« an jr:-ctrrct«' »tn*i irrridainiab'.e <;uj:ib>-r. At any rat«\ ici3:i:2 vra^ inthilrnl in u Partial,d"? b'> • pital and niii.r.. sil <.iiTf>is v:a> Jjr- :«• S'.iit'. bin d-\*j.t\ *.L- u-t the.; arti.-lr* only :oi hi tlv.r prep' r fib:-, tU'N 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

<^UNBURY RACING CLUB. . WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25. ENTRIES MONDAY. MARCH 1G. IlED P.OCK WELpvR, of 30 sots. Jtini inuru, 7st. 7lb. Six furlongs. Nomination 7s. Cd., acceptance 7s. Cd. PONT RACE, of 20 rovs. 14.2 a.u. Fire furlongs. Nomination 5s.. acceptance 5s. SUNBURY CUP, of 75 sits. Ten furlonjs. Nomination 10s., acCrptar.ee 20s. TRIAL STAKES, of 20 sots. Fire furlongs. Nomination 5a.. acceptance 5*. CORINTHIAN IIAXDTCAP. of 20 sors. Itidor of winnor presented with trophy rained £5. Amateur ^rid'-ra. Minimum, 9st. Six furlongs. Nomination 5s., ac ceptance 7s. 6d. ENCOURAGE MILE, of 50 sors. for horses that havo never been placed first. second, or third in n race on the Hat of a mile or ovr. Nomination 7s. Gd., acceptance 7*. Gd. Weight*. Saturday, March 21. llor^s conroyed free. »Sce conditions on entry forms. O. G. CUMING L Joint .4.. F. BOARD MAN / Hon, Be*. D IS ! Means DowNl with all Combines. We are out to smasn thr» To provo it, wo will, for a limited period orilv, ex...

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

CAUiiFIJSXjD. TUESDAY. Weather fino and fairly cool, and all tracks in excellent cond^ou, practically all | the fust work be:ng confined to the sand track. » Paris opened with some striding work Gnorroc spurted two fur.ongs in 27. Radii, lor was doing stridmp wort. Golden Rock and Lynceus were associated for five fur longs in 1.6J. RaUUea and Flumen cantered, and Moritus waa also let oil lightly. Orinoco rattled oft half a mile in 53. River Tacie finished her task with two furlongs in 26. Uki went steadily.. Honoring occupied even lime over six furlougs. Anna Carlovna moved along briskly. Yarrien rattled oil a mile in 1.50. Tar Hill went over the game course at a sound pace. Rosny, tsbo pai loped six furlongs in 1.193 the previous morn ing, irotted. La George spurted two fur* longs iu 25. The Majestic Nut and Sarzana •t in rioublo that distance in 57j. Baverstock and Delcacso were on the easy list. Scot tish Chief sprinted five furlongs in 1.61 • Patriotic did good striding work. Lo...

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

TURF TATTLE.! ! Caulfield to-day. Fitrroy on Monday. '.VsIIm* on Friday.- ■ Kjnpton on Tufiday. ! Satfdown on Wednesday. | I Lancefield on Thursuay. I | Camasade sustained fatal injuries. v.hen i he cams down in the Autumn Steeplechase. I ! Ostres^i put in good work at tie end of ! tbi? Elms Handicap, and was a ■•ruwiing*on'' third in a fist race, I The Mi*er kept up a game sieru chase in • th«» Autuciu StMepliy^has^, but never had a | cbauce of beating Tinto. j Delphi^ al| but fell won after the fciart j ot the Xorihcote Handicap, through get ting ou thft hf-ls of another horse. t The Amrr.oju bred mare Spring Brook I was out in front for a while in thr Northeot© Handicap, tut. she was a bad last at the finish. | Mint Sau»v h-d pr»-uv sobd stable sup- i port in the £!tn* Handicap, but sle never showed up, nnu wJiild sn-iii to bav-r lost her ILe Flrtjlr^ton fours- was never faster ^ than it was las: wi-ek. und that new time records should hare L«u inado on it was , not surprising, !...

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 — 14 March 1914

On the Tracks. FIiEMIN GTON. TUESDAY. Though it was still sultry, the weather was inor« bearable this morning Uuu it has I bc-en lately, but though the trades were in 1 capital order there wai not a great amount i uf galloping. Scnbie was-out betimes. «nd Adorn ran r avo furlongs in the dark. Lord Walla and i>ainte Dcvn'e did a similar trip m 1.3. Audacity did some useful pacing. Crucis l^ft Rosyth many leugtbs in ihe rear in a ' dash over three furious :n 28J, p id l'rocyon , -.Tent strongly * - half a mile. Rock Fast aud Plasticine (0. Smith) were I extended for a tan mile in 1.494. Spring . Brook' (G. Smith) galloped a mile and a quarter on the tan in 2.20. Ban Amo strode oyer half a mile in £8. - Maloja was going leisurely for' n mile in 1-54. Antoinette btrodo along. Due,] spurted half a mile in : 52, and Nangunia 'Queen also hit out a bit. . t Booligal. who did well during h;s . spell, j did strong pace work. Iron Crown was goin? better than Sir Prm at the conclusion of r m...

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

THE FIERY CHARIOT. Th»» Sy»ln«*y Ilarbor Trust ix «rriouu!y ' disturbed nvr tbe livens* that has b*tn j issued by r)i.» N'orth Sydney Council (or [ th»» erection of n tremendous electric i iiyht si«n, in the sbape of a fiery chariot, j on the lop of t\e Pastoral Finance Appo- I elation'.'; building at Klrribllli Point.—I (News item.> I i The nkippf-r of the Rungaroo, ' A «odiy man wn? hp; lie nal'ed t!ie water.* Jeep and blue. Ilo nailed thu stormy sea* That livw 'tween KlrrlbllU Cape Ani tin- great Sirklar Kee. ! The skipper stood with clench-*1*! teoth And swung the oaken wheel; And felt the heaving planks beneath Ilis Iron-plated heel. And wished that lie was safe at home With no d— n planks to feel. The ni^ht wum dark and wet r.nd cold, ' The shipper quaffed his run:; i: Ana quaffed some mure, and felt quite 1 : bu\l. And made V.is packet hum; ' Till passengers all rooked and rolled. • And thought of Kingdom Corn*. ; \nd still the skipper looked upon ' The r«*d ami rosy wine ...

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

FITZROY RACING GLU8. J. W71EX, General Manager. FITZROY RACES. FITZROY RACES.. Fitzvoy Racecourse, MONDAY NEXT, AiARCH 16. First Event Starts at 2.30. TRANSIT— Cabs from City. Clifton nill-Northroto Tram Serric® from Rotirke»Ktr*et. Ordinary Train leave* Prince** Bridffs Station &t 1.25; Special leaves at 1.43. Ftrei —Fint return, 5a. j ieeood-ritara. W, HARRY HALL LOANS £3 UPWARDS ■ LOANS £3 UPWARDS ■ ■ —. ■' ■ ■ Small Weekly Repayments — Small Weekly Repayments Householders and Workers -■ ■ Hotiseboldera and Workers . — ■ Privately: Day of Application. ■ 111 Privately: Day of Application. HARRY* HALL, 315 Collins Street (Five "Door* from Elizabeth Street). THE IMPERIAL HAIR - DRESSING SALOON. FATR TREATMENT. FAIR CHARGE! Sterilized ^alorn Materials. 229 Bourlce Street {Opposite Tbeatrn Royal). A. J. CRAY. Proprietor. rrfnt»*l arid rtihl'shp'i bv-JOHN NORTON, tbe ^rojmotor. at tbp RosinteTPd Ofilee ol Troth," No. 3 Royal-lane, Melbourne .Ui ti» SUU of Victoria

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SOCIETY'S SADDEST SCOURGE. HORRORS OF THE RED PLAGUE. Cases of Alleged Lupus Shown to be Inherited Syphilis DR. SINCLAIR GILLIES ON WHAT THE WASSERMANN TEST REVEALS. What Led to the Offence that Wrecked Oscar Wilde's Life. THE MISFORTUNES OF POPE LEO X. AND CARDINAL WOLSEY—DR. DU FLEURY ON SYPHILIS AS A CAUSE OF CRIME—WHY THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES SHOULD NOT POTTER AROUND, AND WASTE TIME, WITH A ROYAL COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

SOCIETY'S SADDEST SCOURGE. HORRORS OF THE RED PLAGUE. Cases of Alleged Lupus Shown to be Inherited Syphilis DR. SINCLAIR GILLIES ON WHAT THE WASSERMANN TEST REVEALS, What Led to the Offence that Wrecked Oscar Wilde's Life. THE MISFORTUNES OF POPE LEO X. AND CARDINAL WOLSEY—DR. DU FLEURY ON SYPHILIS AS A CAUSE OF CRIME—'WHY THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES SHOULD NOT POTTER AROUND, AND WASTE TIME, WITH A ROYAL COMMISSION. (Proni Syrtnej- "Truth." March S.) Of the Various public men who hav* | npresned their opinions with regard to the resolution panned by the recent Political J-abor 1,ensue Conference in f.'.vor of legislation for the stamping out nf the voncTP.il disease*, and with repard to the resolutions pas3ed by the Aun .rmlaJiaii -Medical Concresr at Auckland In ravor of Stat»> action and legislation fi&vlnfy tho rume aim as the lejrlFlatlon demanded by • - TTIH P.Lh. COXFEP.BNCn. jiome r,r the men who have spokon de« rlnritl themselves rn he In favor of a •'Royal ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HOW THE POOR LIVE. PELF=POUCHING PROPERTY=OWNERS PURSUE PERNICIOUS POLICY. Grind Last Tithe from Unfortunate Tenants WHILE HOUSES BECOME ROTTEN AND VERMIN RIDDEN. "Truth" Visits North Melbourne Shanty. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

HOW THE POOR LIVE. PELF=POUCHING PROPERTY=OWNERS PURSUE PERNICIOUS POLICY. Grind Last Tithe from Unfortunate Tenants WHILE HOUSES BECOME ROTTEN AND VERMIN RIDDEN. " Truth " Visits North Melbourne Shanty. 'About three months ago there vras nroch clamor and cackle from a connorantic coterie of property-owners 5n Carlton aud Fitzroy in consequence of the action of the city council in spectors ia condemning a number of hovel?, misnamed houses, as unlit for human habitation. These structures had, by a dispensation of Providence mainly, held together for many years, affording the human inmates some de cree of .shelter from the elements and providing si prolific breeding-ground for vermin of various species, but appar ently, as 1 on£i as the roofs didn't actu- i ully fall in, or the walls collapse, the ogres of owners saw no reason why they | should not be allowed to continue rack- j renting the poor unfortunates whom ■tress of circumstances prevented being choosers in the matter of dwelli...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A ROYAL ROMEO. THE FROLICSOME FERGUSON. And the Fair and Fascinating Phyllis. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

A ROYAL ROMEO. ! THE FBOLICSOME FERGU |'' SON. i And the Fair and Fascinating ! Phyllis. (Prom "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent). r The importance of being Ernest (even ! If only in name) was made plainly palp able at the Central Police Court, on Mo» , day last, when a young man, wboae mon nlker. Is Ernest Kereuson, walloped trouble before Beak Wilkinson. Km in what may" be aptly termed "a Modern Romeo**—«ln fact, 1s A really quite up-to-date young man, Stav-out-at-the-gate-till-its-late .young man, - • A1 strut-up-the^-Strandlty, Canc-ln-my-handlty— At eight, tete-a-tete-with-blfl-fate younc ; man. To return. Ernio breasted th* tap« be fore his Beakshlp, charged with having made rsra or THTrcATENixcs vwmw In Ph'.llls Wilson. The .itnry told bv the, fair . Fhrl. who... bv the way. Is ft very- attractive,hlt-o' muslin, was to the effect that she hAd known Urnlo-'for' »omo '-time.- She p» sldod ut>the Rgyah": StnndaTd' Hotel, Castlereagh-streefc city, and the Modern Ilomeo. In th« so...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RECORDS OF THE RING. OLYMPIA ATHLETIC CLUB. A DESPERATE DUEL. Gordon Coghill Outs Charlie Horn. Fierce Contest between Big Men. Californian's Gameness and Corner's Cruelty. AUSTRALIAN'S REMARKABLE NERVE AND EXECUTION UNDER DEFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

RECORDS OF THE RING. . (By "BOXER MAJOR.") A DESPERATE DUEL Gordon Coghill Outs Charlie Horn. Fierce Contest Between Big Men. Galifornian's Sameness and Corner's Cruelty. AUSTRALIAN'S REMARKABLE NERVE AND EXECUTION UNDER DIFFICULTIES, STPNEr, Monday. The wisdom or giving "the Western S;i>»urb.H big :,Mj>ing-» or boxing for a ')'.h was .'it;:iin ,uj|ed in <ju»sUnri or. i-Vi- , •lay night. v* fi»»n a really first-lass fight. b*t *»■»•« two splendid rn-rt Ilk" Charlie. Itor/i. Hi- r^'-^ntly arrived Kan Kranci*-; ••'j heavy weighi. and C.ordon foghlll.' staft'-s»Tj;.-«vM in t.iif fioyal Artillery,' (lr.-;v i.jilv a moderate attendance to the; niLitrniiloont "tnratr.* nf war" tliut lsj known as the Olyrnpia Athletic Club and \ stand;? s.:> ronv«*ni<-nt'y and conspicuous ly on its high sit**, midway along King stre^t, No v.-town. Horn is n six-footer awl scaled 13*t: I 'Tognlll alno stands fully. If not over 6 fe.-t, ami weicnpd.12st.91bH. The Call fornian h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AT THE STADIUM. MILBURN SAYLOR'S WALLOP! Bert McCoy Outed in the Eighteenth. A BITTER BATTLE BRAVELY WARRED! McCoy Contributes to His Own Defeat. HUNG ON TO THE LEFT AND LET THE RIGHT WREAK ITS WILL. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

MILBURN SAYLQR'3 WALLOP! Bert McCoy Quied in the Eighteenth. ' A BITTER BATTLE BRAVELY WARRED! McCoy Contributes to His Own Defeat. HUNG ON TO THE LEFT AND LET THE RIGHT WREAK ITS WILL. STDNEV, Monday. {rare wu an enormous crowd nl the I Maker htadium on Sauiitiay night, to wc i Australia'* b<aist lightweight do battlo with' the terrible puncaer rrom Indiana, U.S.A.,, mtlbitro Sayior, tiio mere boy who hau backed himself to win lour out of his live' baules in this country by the Knockout. I - Atu o'clock it looked as though the at tendauco was going to bo poor; but recently tho^ tana scorn to elect to ignore tho pre liminary ten-rounder, and don't roll in until toe last hali-hour. • During thafpexiod the sports simply poured in, till, by the timn refer*©-Artnur Scott paid, "Box on,".th« place-was orie.pink'sea'cf. face*, and thf* .poise oC'. voiccis wa* a* tho roar*ofv heavy', bea on the Coogee'rocks. Id the preliminary, George -T5rewer' well; beat tho ttivcrina lad, Vicu...

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