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MONEY-LENDING CLAIM. SWIFT AND ROTHBERG ONLY PARTIALLY SUCCEED. "An Unconscionable Bargain," Says Mr. Murphy, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

fiiONEY-LEKOIrlG CLAIM. I SWIFT Am> KOTHBEBG ONLY PAR'l'f AT.l.V" SUL'CP.P.n, "An Unconscionable Bargain," Says Mr. Morpiiy, pj>L A ease of importance to tho tnouey-lcndintj I iiait-rii.ty of • -Hcltourue and to the ueeuy i borrowing public was c-'dded by Atr. George I Kvikt Murpuy, P.jl., .n iho Jis.nct Court ou Wednesuay. It coui-t-'ruod a claim luaue bj Swirt ana tloiaber<> Proprietary J muted, j luoacy-Iouavrs, au elderly marric-d j coupie, 5>aTj^t; cro=s and Rebecca Lydia I Cr^.s, of K.ibam-rtr>.-u, Piemin^uja. for uhe reeove:y of lie sum of £11 lbs. cl'^sod to 1 he the balance duo oil :i promissory note ! signed on November iO. 1907. The rase was before the Court cn Friday last, on which j ocvasion defendants gavi> evidence that on. j the date referred to thev borrowed £10 from tlit* complainant £ra> for a period cf sit i months, and signed a biil for £13. They , had uaid back in varying amounts, at J varying limr?, as principal aitd r tcrest., ...

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

NEWS AND NOTES. The tourney heat-winners at t'uo 1LA.P. last Monday mybi were Monty, Dalton, But tou, 6krallorcif Jordan, imd btrahan. Sbould Jack Dougherty win oa Saturday rjght, be wid a loruiighl i*t/*r me«t Fnta liudaitd, wioiher roueui AiuarvotAa uufwr taUon. Next Saturday night, the 21*t ingt., hard hiuixig CJiamc 5iuj,)sg:i and J.en Johnson, the American color'-'! ffuthrrv.gbt, who came ov.T nrcnUy with Tommy burns, will meet at th^ iJuou-y-sireet .Sui'iiura. Mr. R. II. McPherson, after a compara tively short «tay nor* as mana^r ot the , ^.laaiuin, returuvd 10 .Sydney on S\ '"Untsday. Were h<» not succeeded by a muu of Mr. . iiarrc's caj.ore, bis aWiict- *ouid be severe ly frit io sporting circles. There is, it it understood. a chime* of a tD'Otin^ iu Melbourne urrangM be tween O Donnell and (JorUou Co?h:U, the Sydney ex-amateur, who r»scenUy trim med ud Charlie Horn on til* litter's Aus tralian doout. Thrrc should he a grand icrap at uae M.A.P. on Monday night, wh...

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

MUMMERANDOM. The powerful spectacular drama, "Joseph and His Brethren" is r.bout to enter on iU last week at the Tboatre Royal. "Heart of Kathleen," or *"Pcr the Cause of Ireland." will be ths principal of the macT attractions at Hoyt's Picturc* next week. A rcrv ptroue bill headed byTailcuir An drews Joseph ue Davs, and S.iw Stern, is drawing in the ducats at a preat rat© at the Tivoli. * * * "On Oar See.n'on," a life-like represen tation of Austra'im bush characters, \rill bo rcv.ved by the Bert Bailey Co. ai the Kin^s on Saturday night. • • For twt-lre nL*/hts only. Allen Doono will, conuoeucini? with fcuturdav oxenm** at the Princes Theatre, appear w'th his Uiontcd company in ^Sweet County Kerry.'' The continuous photo-plays thatharo been in-stalled by the Brcniwu-FuJ«er manage ment ia the now Gaiety ThealJ-e hare im mediately bounded into popularity. Next Wednesday evening -will sco "The Fortv Thieves" hoist the century at Iler Majesty's, but despite its succcss, tho popu lar p...

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

"PHIL'S" ALTERATION SALE Begins Friday, March 13. EVERYTHING DOWN 25 PER CENT. TH FC Phil Harrison business has got so big that our pre out store can't hold it, ana uewssary alterations and additions must be made. But before then we've got to reduce our stocks, and \v> want to get quickly oil with the job ; so we've marked down ev.rv price on every thing, and there are bargains galore in Suits, Cos tumes, Hats, Shirts, Ties, Collars, etc. EASY TERMS A3 USUAL. r &L Note Only City Address: 222 SWANSTON STREET, Also at 8 VICTORIA STREET, NORTH MELBOURNE: And at 394 RATHDOWN STREET, WORTH CARLTON. sJ

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE BULLYING MAJOR CAMPBELL ASSAULTS A BELL BOY. For "Dumb Insolence." Blustering Bravado's Cowardice. Big Bug from Mornington Fined for Striking Hotel Attendant. "No Respect for His Position." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

THE BULLYING MAJOR CAMPBELL ASSAULTS A BELL BOY. j For "Dumb Insolence.'* Blustering Bravado's Cowardice. I * Blc Bug from Mornington Fined for Striking Hotel Attendant. "No Respect for His Position." An ait<\rest*<] throne showed much inter cut in the proceeding at the St. KiMa Court on Tuesday morning, when Major Charles W. Campbell, who "was described in tbe charge sheet as a "gentleman." vis ^»ro ceed'rtl against by Harold Godfrey Budd, a lad of about 16 years of age, for a&saalt. i The evidenco abowed Campbell ia the lizhi "iTAJAH" CAMPBELL. I of a thorough bounder, who was inadequate ly pun;shed for an unmanly action. Mr. Joseph Wool: appeared for tie informant, and Mr. Chark* Hamilton for the defen ilr. Wool?, in outlining the ease, descril* «d it ifi one of brutal i.nd j COWARDLY ASSAULT, ; and a-iked that the Bench should cot f o 1 the w&l-to-do major, wbo would pay ZO Gnca • and emile, but sentence him to iraprison I ment to show that ...

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

cCzt) ur&jciJj -ijxrui, clrrurih jwurti amd cjovd R'Q'B-U'R fcVlade from Fresh, Ripe Tomatoes.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TURF Weights, Entries, &c. Racing Calendar, MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

THE TURF \V , Weights, Entries, &c. Raciup Calendar, MARCH. 34. V.A.T.C. Ilacos. 1JX .Saudown Tarlc Kace*. ETl. Moonro Vaflev Itaoei. 25. ftanbury Races. &. AspendaJ* Park Hac«s.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
V.A.T.C. MARCH MEETING. Programme of Events. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

V.A.T.C. MARCH MEETING. Programme of Events. The following is the pro7rr»mme of events : fc be decided at Caultieid this (Saturday) •ftenioon:— 2WVP.ONG HURDLE. Two iliirs and Yardi. ftffeAlpin ... ... 11 11 Puie Gold 9 7 Sfcigle 11 7 .Milicabah 9 7 •Paymaster 11 5 Avoca 9 5 (Wingurara... <.. lu 11 Larrahia 9 5 !PortJoclc 1(J 11 Lady Mi-dalet . 9 5 !The Vet 10 7 Campanile 9 0 Clantalt 10 5 Autumn* 9 0 jOid .Nick 9 15 ORKONG TNYO-YEAR-OLD. andesiua 9 7 Li:: ,as4 ..7 3 Tidclio & T.'l ecIt'S ... . ..7 1 Crucis g y POi .. 7 1 Rilspindie C) u i'iv ■cr Tame . .. 7 1 IBlajue B Pit ik Lady... . .lilt-tle ... . ..7 1 Savannah I *V, ..7 1 Adorn 13 La .Iv iinratu a 7 1 rSVornmocd ... 7 1'. Kit ■vie ..7 1 Trusty Servant 7 11 Bj •; iluit ... . .. 6 11 Doa SoIto 7 i'n jd'.'n:. Actio m 6 11 Orinoco ... ... 7 NY ... 6 9 landoan ...' ... . 7 Ho r*,ah 6 7 l>adr CantaJa... 7 Ve 6 7 C&ofon V 5 6ea Prince ... [Wallalo iMora Jownit Andelosia fit. Vano 3tecalltr M^ritus Diabo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A LIFE FOR A LIFE. THE HANGING OF YOUNG BELBIN. Nineteen-Year-Old Youth Pays Extreme Penalty. Final Tragedy of a Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

A LIFE FOR A LIFE. THE HANGING OF YOUNG BELBIN. lliaeteen-Year-OId Youth Pays Extreme Penalty. Final Tragedy of a Tragedy. Tho Una! tragedy in connection -with the Cheshunt sensation, occurred at 8 o'clock on ^Yednesday morning laft. when, in Hobart Gaol, Joseph Henry Belbin was "handed by the neat until he was dead," a civilised com jnunity in the allegedly enlightened twen tieth century thus fulfilling an injunction banded down through ages of mythology and barbarism. It was on the last Sunday in October ol last year that the body of ilargaret Cather ine Ledwell, a girl of 16, was found on a hash track near Chofhunt, in the DeJoraine district, under circumstances that pointed to an attempted criminal assault as well as zzrurder. She had apparently been shot with u gun while lying on , the ground. her clothin? bad been disarranged and a bunch of flowers that she had been carrying when ghe left home to go to a friend's house, had been plactd in her hand again as she lay dead. 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

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Publication Title: Truth
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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VATICINATIONS. CAULFIELD (Saturday). Narong Hurdle. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 March 1914

VATICINATIONS. CAU1FEELD (Saturday)'. Narong Hurdle. MTJ.KABAH THE VET WINOABABA. Orrong Two-Year-Old. ANDESTNE .... FIDELIO .. KILSPINDIE .. St. Kilda Cup. ST. VANO .. RECALLER .. .. : CORONATUS Gordon Steeplechase. BETTEWYND IRON CROWN .. .. .. .. G.R.D Ubique Corinthian. BOULOGNE .. Er.VANlTE LITTLE SLAM. South Yarra Handicap. pirn.To YAUniEN AVER.SIJ

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY MELBOURNE. THE TURF IN THE FIFTIES. At "Old" Flemington—Before the Diecovery of tge Hill—Sydney Against Melbourne—Old-time Sports—Inbaitant. The First Champion Race—The Late Mr. W. C. Yuille—Sergeant Delaney, of Ballarat—A Problem for the Oldest No. 231. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

EARLY SVi ELBOUR NE.1 THE TURF IN THE FIFTIES. | At "Old" Flemington—Before the Die- ; oovery of tlic Uill-^Sydney Against Melbourne—Old-time Sports— The First Champion Race— The Late Mr. W. C. Yuille— Sergeant • Delaney, of r Baliarat—A Problem lor the Oldest (By 'Old Chum.-) >'u. 231. (All Eights ResorTcd.) u mrtv i;ot b*' y<»neraily J:novrn to-il-y | tbat liiv first jttu second r;ut<'uura'-> »{ had tbf u.dvauti^v ui.a tiuv ii'U iron) which the public lv-iIJ view tbv r-in ijiu^ without, chary*'• The li:?t of iin.se was ihi' t-our.ti of Mliicb natulan's Hill was (lit- giaud stand. 'lbe l^t uiocttm? held | on this piiwt'>« course wus in March, j 1&59, aij(i 1 believe it is uu record that the | jut*; Vt'illiaiu Cross i'uillc was present ut ibut meeting, u' h« did not actually tun u fcwiw thereat. The fi*»t meeting *as iiviu at t'leujtngton on March 3. 1S*U. Mo the , iat«> Mr. Edmund i'mn, /,Oi%rryowcn." 1 1 atu indebted lor » descr'pt^n of tb...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NOTIFYING VENEREAL DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

NOTIFYING VENEREAL DISEASE. In the past, humanity'has suffered most, da.uiiiu.Uy through the awful fare* of "eti* quetve" in the medical profession, ilany a man his p^o^d 0Ul because, when he was throwing iti his'uliey, his own doeUr wua ' unobtainable, and it wasn't "etiquette" for j another medicine man to take over a brother sawbones' patient. There has been a lot too much ot ibis excessive politeness in the ■ doctoring bui>iueRs, just us there is iuotber walks ui lite. Tb** present ag-, huwvtvr, i novwitbsunwiinc i'-a weak, moral imputation, ; is Lucking up in many respects in the coni i njonsensr aapoc;, and shows a growing ten j druey to look ugiy things fair hi the face. I Art one result of this, people are havinjj.no , time lor anything that isn't practical. In \ the old days unmarried women were sup : posed to believe that the baby had buen' j found in a cabbage, or that the doc;or ; biought it iu his pocket, or some oth^r such. ' tommy nousense. And if a doctor examined...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

NOW READY. THE S'AFRICAN STRIKE A PAMPHLET OF PAMPHLETS. AX OPEN LETTER TO JOHN NORTON BY A BACKYELDT BOER. Caustic .Criticism and Crusliing; Condemnation of Anglo-Australian. Boer-Baiters, both in Africa and in Australia; . Indictment of Lab.orists and Liljerals Alike, -V'- ; Should be rend by' everybody who . . ' • ■ r » : . can read and marl; and learn. ' , Priqe 3d* Price 3d. ... To be 'had in Pamphlet" Form of all ■ , - ; ' Bookseller? and News Agent?. ' ' . ' ■ . . ; DON'T - MISS IT! Order Early

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST Second Series: No. XI. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

CHRIST . ' 'Second Series: : No. xi. One of the bc-st. known of the modern "holy-howler" hymn writers was Cow per, w'hieh "is first name whs William, a wopful. wretch,;!. dubious, demented sort of saered sons-' scribbler, who periodically went off his pious '.pannikin, when he had (o be put undo- restraint to prevent him from suiciding. ' Well, like many other madmen, poor Cowper was a hit 0f a «<>'. : : nnis m his way, that is, when he j was temporarily sane, which was quite frequently. In his lucid mo- : ments he wrote a great deal of religious rhyme of the "hell-fire- ; j and-brimstone,' blood-and-Ulazes" , jsori. Herd's ;i specimen stanza j or two 01 tins melancholy mad- ; man's _\Iethody ininstrelsv: ' "h tbu! Bowl, lVa*.i irurii htjtua And sinm-rs. jjl Los_> all t ho;i • cuiii Thp living ' r.*ioi' Tbz.i tountaij > in L Aud tbrn* mav I. the Wash all tar 0 dyiutf Larr.b, -P?" 1 Sha»"IJCr.»r Io TiJJ aU the rar? ">riirri Be *arcd to s in 3,o Eor 5,'nco by fa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (IN ADVANCE ONLY): PER ANNUM, 12[?] HALF-YEARLY, 6a.; QUARTERLY, 3s. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS {in Advance Onlt): TEH ANNUM, 12ft: HALF-YEARLY, 6a.; QUARTERLY, 3s. SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1014.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

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'IN SEARCH OF TRUTH." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

'IN SEARCH 0F TRUTH." A wowser clad in sombre tlack (That fitted him too soon) Went to the park in toarch of Mais One Sunday aftezaxwn. "A Wowaer dad la sombre bl&ck—" The park was empty in the can,. Ai down the wowter itept— But Jo! beneath a thidj tree A common youth who slept. "My friend!" the sombre wowt«r aaid: "P»y, think me not uncouth If 1 mtrodt upon your dreamt— Mr friend, li*V6 yon the Truth?" "Ill lend it to 70c, mate," he *alcL j Tha common youth awakened up, j And taning ilowjy round i Drew forth a roll of well-read news, I And laid it on the ground. "Cor blirse! Certainlv!" h? said: j "Of course I haTG the 'Trutb,* . I liiTen't misaod a Sunday Since I cut jay wiidsm face tovs fall, of horror J B»c*ns» h»'d met tta "Tratiu" | Til lend it to 70a, mate," he aaid. "If that will suit you, then— ' t want it back, I want to read 1 Tho 'Critic' through agen.'r lu pious wrath the wowser flod, And left the common youth Ells face wu full of horror, Becauio he'd met "The ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

How to be happy on wash day : use TH ATS WHAT MOTHER USES

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