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SUMMERS AND THE SPARKLERS DIAMONDS DISAPPEAR. Curious Case at Collingwood. Order for Restitution. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

SUMMERS AND THE SPARKLERS DIAMONDS DISAPPEAR, Curious Case at Oollingwood. Order for Restitution. co^dcr^'it?;011 COm °? - » « o iiino v?as occupied kr -\r,,c,rc in listorij.i to"'tI,onCTVrd E' Br^"' J,'P" cost, of illcrai AHr,„ J L tonfIcrPcJ in a, P. ^^™e" "» «P"«»W by Mr. ,vounE (stifled 'thai for ^ lb, boabded at dbfen-K fl^r stek ri sm m;j ** « j,iv, lh(. „.Wl. o. ^ '; ™"" 5 a'"i { a laundre^ \V)jc». <m, ' i ■jrnj'|2^ as N'i diewl»Ji*. H :"ji?0 u-mov. nr. defendant's hoiK«- i!']' °' ',<?r th'ns* demand w.m ruaXf'Jr /j 7 whc" ft .Summers to /niud for V caTe parnn^s, which sbc Dajd j cF« <il?Iu0n(l South Africa. sLa L?V,i,£»,.15s* :°r ln ** sh« could aiwavg ra£ i5l,tIi0ra at £I° them. «Mways raise that amount, on. of'the uiitT/s^comnt'' !l,'lfr't ^a'-in? wme board and M.ta°pUinant °^c" us 73'- for WO w!» «tar" w>"t I amount is nnirj ci, Dos'rasion when that. rinSs to ar elLj,,° **•", ^ 'I'an'onrl Mr [ tbeto in a'l-ijfih ,.> tmir! '.'nn S'-cr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A ROTTEM SHIP. PENKNIFE PIERCES PLATE. Discovery Kept Dark. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

A ROJTEM SHIP. PENKNIFE PIERCES PLATE. Discovory Kopt Dark. Passengers on steamship* nowadays lt«aiu port^ for thcir destinations with a certain sense of aocurity, borne of tin* iifoqjrhie u'J vertisoments of the ii-eamshjp companies Umt their boots arc "fast, safe, and oom modioug.'' Little do sonic of Ihotn know of tbo danercra of t.ho deep; still Ics.h of the spccial peril tticv rm ki takir.j passag; aboard ships of whose history t-h^y know nothing. I,ast week this paper commented on the nvrfu].accommodation offored U> poor passengers on HkMrnfi's thai cro;.i the Straits to Tasmania. This v."re!: it- ofieis prave warning to travellers of thn riaku tbr*r run on at least one -.trainer that plunge? through the roush s^ns that comn Routhirard from the irJand State. This par. ticular vessel, liko many others of her rlas<, hap Jode outgrown her tispfulnes*. hut for ▼cars nast she has juiKx rATfin-o vv to fill requirements. She is a l^ky <>!d tub of creai. a^...

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

A CHALLENGE - From JOE TAYLOR Is Different to a Challenge from Anyone Else. Why ?—Because Joe Taylor Can Make Good! :' ' , . Therein lies a difference that puts Joe Taylor in a class all .by liimself as THE Tailor who Buys Direct from the English mills. You have read Joe Taylor's challenge in the papers— a challenge backed up with solid £ s. d. to the extent of , Five Hundred Pounds? Such a challenge should arrest attention, if it has not - already arrested yours. As a sensible man, bent upon obtaining the greatest value at the lowest price, you should give this challenge your most serious consideration-, see if it does not contain a Big Benefit for You. Briefly, Joe Taylor asserts what I know to be true— viz., that he buys his cloth direct from the English mills, thereby cutting out the warehouseman's profit in Mel bourne; that his trade is strictly for cash, with no bad debts distributed over good customers' accounts; and that these two solid savings therefore enable Joe Taylor to...

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

SEQUEL TO A JOY RIDE. "A morass "will open up and shallow him in the financial 'bangle lie has made of the affairs of the country. Poor Joseph!"—Extract from Day-lie pipor article. •

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

| A WORKER'S FESTERED HAND. ' No Better After Operation. i Obstinate Sore Yields to Zam-Buk. ; ilr. M. Tniscott, of 92. Wittenoon-street, 1 Boulder, W.A., suffered severely from a »a*ty festering sore which spread ail over ' the back of h.« band. Until he came to u«e : ftam*i3uk, the hand showed no sign of hcal \ "My hu^jand," vxhl Mts. Tru?cott, "one , «av knocked the back of his hand, and pot | a small wound. Thinking the injury was but a trifling one, he took no notice of ii, . with th* result that, witliin a day or two, it brok<» out- iu a nasty rutmfcig *ore. This gradually began to spread all over the hack ot the hand, and it became extremely in. flamed and painful. j "In spit*- of the many diiTercnt prepara lioivs which we used, the inflammation ap peared to pet worse every day, and the sore . never showr.-d any sign of hyaline. A doctor wes consulted, but a« the ointment pn» scribed was used without effeet, lie decided to operate t»n the hand, and ??roped it. But ...

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

j "110 WORSE THAN A HAIR CUT" | •"Sir,—You ban jubl «\v; rwct^'l :» : uumbr ui for nn- {IS in all), ami it : was no vvorsn than having vour hsiir cut. I : visited tkrefi other m-uthsu, but their work | could not be compared to your.1'. Jt is foolish 1 to-hare decayed t';eth in vour mouth."—F. JUNKS, Wallaroo, 15/1/1914. 'Beautiful , £6/6/ Bets, now £3/3/. \V. E. THOMAS, S3 I Xuifll>6th«itr»»fc (opp. Equitable Bldg.)

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

TWO MEN. From Mr. H. Olds, 121 Bell-street Wan. rvimii V 7 ! nvu I "About two years ago I wa$ suff^rinc from a weak baci: ana kidney troublo so badly that I was hardly able to move about ow»ng to the excruciating pain. My diges tion was uU'octed also. j went to a doctor, but had no faith in his treatment. Then I was advised to try V.'amer's Safe Cure, and after taking that medicine for i short time 1 fouud that it was doing me so much jjood that I continued to take it. Nuw I am in the h^t of health." From Mr. J. Colcjan, Ciui'dford-roa/1, May Jands, Penh. W.A» '•I have taken Warner's .Safe Cure with most gratifying rc^ultn when suffering from ,1 severe attack of liver and kidney, trouble. 1 had pains iu the hack, under the sbouldcr blades, a heavy, dull paiu in the temple and over my eyes, and a ringing sensation in my pars. At times I would seem com paratively well, but would then bo attacked with the most distrain;; symptoms, fee! in** peculiar pijns in nil parts of my body. ! My ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"CASSIE" CAUGHT. THE POLICE AND THE LADY DETECTIVE. Intrigue by Cops Leads to Conviction of "The Casino" on Charge of Fortune Telling. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

; "0A8SIE" CAUGHT. J THE POLICE AND THE LADY I DETECTIVE. j lutriguo "by Cops Loads to Conviction of I "The Casino" on Charge of I Fortune Tolling. Thai. Tery pleasant lady Cassia Kirk, T;ir | ionsly known »a "Cassio" and "the Casino," : after bo;ns fa.r two smart for the police for ' many years, fell a rictim to intrigue on | Tuesday when she was fined £10 at the St. | Hilda Court, ou a chargo of harinc '*pro j f"?scd to tell fortunes by uting subtle craft j and palmistry." ItouiizOB, whose cJiriftiun nam* is An tonio. is a paliccrnan, ajid ho riaited "Caa* sir'.';" house at 2SG Jla-rklj-fltrect, St. Hilda, Trith anothnr "Oitalian" gentleman named O'Brien. Telling the lady a tale in broken macaronisod En£li®h, Boub'to* penwadfld 2ir\r that he was AN" ITALIAN W.UTKU from (Je^lonz. and wanted bis fortune l^ld. , .Wording w Antonio the unsuspecting wo i iiiiitt said she wa> "vcrv frightened, and did i not talk to anyotu- on subject*." but ! toi.ik 2s. Cd, from hm uevc.rtliele&a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE LIVID LASH. FIGHT AGAINST FLOGGING. Shall Savagery Survive? MR. JOHN NORTON'S AID ENLISTED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

THE LIVID LASH. FIGHT ACAINST FLOCCINC. Shall Savagery Survive ? MR. JOHN NORTON'S AID ENLISTED. There arc people alive to-day "who have -witnessed the old method of pun ishment by flogging—nay, there are old men whose backs am yet deeply scored by the lush, often for trivial offences, and whose blood runs cold even now in recollection of brutally inflicted agony at the bands of merciless .flagcUutora; there aro those who have seen strong men tied to the triangles, shrieking and blaspheming iu convulsive torture, who have watched the mangled flesh on raw and bleeding backs' thut quiver..:t every horrid blow, and there are none who revolt more at the barbarous idea of flogging than those who have seen or experienced it. Yet Judge Eagleson, who administers the law in our sup posedly enlightened nge, has savagely sentenced young Wilde to undergo the DEBASING MUTILATION' of physical castigation, and unless pub lic opinion expresses itself loudly and refuses to allow a revival of barbari...

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

Andy and Billy start the Great Labor Campaign.

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

Till ill in IMWIIII IS THE NAVE OF THE VEHY LATEST TALKING ilACHlN'E. Tbc? ar<> for use4 on ttfty malte of dUi, npcdlo-cut r^coHj. nn.-I arc fnr superior to any other nfpiDo, for rach ono will PLAV 10 Tif.OUDS: nn<3 the? nro puftranl^od- rot to injure' re cords, but to impvovn tono, reduce scratch* inc. and pfneraHv iroproro and ^rcsorre ' price. 2« vzn packet. TRY A T NrKPT n? pr/nCECX? NEEDLES NOW. Vhrmari=««jr*=-',oss30Z3JSa THE ,CF.NTRE\V,\y, 1259 Collins Street, Alelbourne. ELASTIC TRUSSES •' tor Rnptnre No Spring to Ch*i«. ' Ladles', Ganta', Bojrr Hound-thooldervd ! Should be Wora by All Wen.' IS^tS^MOS. and tlin "drac/jnj; down ft-olii.tr-" VV'«- <un M»j»p1y u tptcial putU-rti win. Hitachal.> lac The iuo*l T. ROPER. L'5« nut.'8 BldgaO, 7 . r.^nv,-. Ull O'CLOCK. •». Swiinnton-sUeoV^i- | loor.H l'roin HoZty "Lincoln=Stuart" Tailored for 55s.! Every Garment just an you'd wish it to be Jn Out,. Tit and I'aUh—Guaranteed jft fact under penalty...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. SATURDAY, MARCH 21 [?]19. THE S'AFRICAN "SHINDY." TOM MANN TO THE RESCUE. A Tough Man for a Tough Job. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

THE PEOPLE'S ' PAPEB. . THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. The departure of Tom Mann from f 'London to S'Africu is significant of I leveral "things well \Vorth pondering I over. That such a man as Mann has , shown himself to be in the past should I bo the Only sort of u social saviour t that England can fiend to .South Africa would seem to be more creditable of English Organised Labor than it can be regarded an fncouruging to disorgan ised Labor in South Africa. It may be very creditable to Tom Mann—as show ing omenta* 011 his part—to got nomi- j nated, or to nominate- himself, to go to the rescue of smashed Syndicalism in j H'Africa. but it is only another pvi- ; tlenco that Trades Unionism in England is almost in as bad a war as Syndi calism is in Africa. It is a mistake to assume that Mann Is going as the representative of Eng lish Organised Labor, or the delegate of Trades Unionism, lie is not accredit ed by either, neither the one npr the other recognise him; both disown* him. Organised Labor...

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

fi"ho can undaunted fcrare the Critic's ri£«? Or no;e cr.movc-d his mention in the Critis'i iuj?, I'lrtdc hi* error* in .the pubis'.- cn*?, A&J Jlciher Grundy's rtye tie//' Croitj-—Our sailors. W attle-bark—Dorg s. Lo?e is & son-stroko. Lot« i& a sort-o'-sigh-ftm. Done Brown—The cberab. Tasko Danco—The boosers. * * ♦ Labor in rein—The miner's. * •* * A jrawin^ plant—The miser's. ITatrimony is the dcncc—of hearts. * * * Ono o«d4 bo kcorful of the forgin-tel ler. ♦ * * life's in the baiince—"with the rsiQioc It's tlie ah? horse that oauses the most trouble, chap, A aide issue—Gcring ont tie part* for new pl&r. The fingor of roipie'on turn ally a ▼edding ring. * * * Some folks are like hnmminj.tope—they make -.ft ioV of noise, bat a«f«r g«t any* '/*^3 OQ tj Sato a is B"cr teiuus ground ^"kLm °f prm;sc <**•• « .".**' # • i a dan 5 cev. friend ;s Il0|. «n:9 „*<*>„. . v twit's his Kiffl's. P*Ct.ot. ; VTc-7 no» £uturo car Toa cannot ...

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

MR. ASHFORD. MINISTER FOR AGRICULTURE. ! Thli Minister d^iaedlv of opinion. j thr.t s.grnetMns shOuUVTje done"to com-] tat :!/- -eco-jrue. aa»J -considered t'oat Jt | vfo'.ilJ vj>? a jrise prevision-If compulsory.! j nou:'ication v/er*. ,lf:slst?d upon.. He I aoulJ no; llrr.it the treatment, of t^oae ailTi'.f-PU to qualified' physicians,' Jiow • .£r, Vcsause he thought tne "clever ehe-. I rmstjt oi Vxp*rlence could afford 'at' least ! t.-ritpofury relief when rto medical men | w*;v wttni'n a reasonable distance. The fifth clause of the resolution carried at | the P.L.I*.' Conference he considered was loo drastic as It was worded, hut In'the case of .proved acute sufferers'It would bp a blessing both to themselves and to the'community If they wctc detainedjun tll cured.- The community.had arljrht,tn be protected from the ravages,, which In many , oases were oreadfu!, in * their ."ef fects,- caused through the afflicted;; h trreat many of whom came, from 'overs**?*, and mingled pro...

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

MR. JOHN ESTELL, MINISTER FOR LABOR. .Mr. I^tell was'satisfied that the prob-i Jt.-ni of the suppression of the so-ea!l-d K»\I Plague should be grappled with by < all f7c«vv»rnmentM havin? tf'.» welfare of ! the race at heart; and he saw no reason why the substantial recommendations ««f Hie KL..L. Conference.- and the mure re « ent Medical Congress held :\t Aueklatu' jnoultl not Lake definite shape. • His fifty years* experience of llf» i»au convinct-a him—muvli as he s*6uM have preferred it otherwise—that* the innocent suffer even won* tbaa tU« • roUty-—t&at is, those guilty of . natural In-liBcretJor.s. The ophthalmia hospitals furnished untuld CasJer. of t-ulood eyesight umon# Infant iunocests cxuflffd b>* their merely conxla^ In contact wltla tnose afflicted, and there was tiio great number nfTMcJed tfcrouffh b^Ing born Jrorn afflicted parents. Such a birthright, lie thought, the varices Government.* urlffht well rid them off., Betfide.3, from the Btandpoin...

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

A CLERICAL VIEW. On* of the dignitaries of the Catholic j Oi:ur>:h in Sydney, being asked hi^1 | opinion of the mutter by a; : "Truth" representative, informed th»-1 j pressman that the cjuestiori v.'a* j | too delicate to be discussed by lam. ! land furthermore, he did not believe that: any Catholic priest would allow himself ] to be Interviewed on such a subject it j was a matter to bo settled by politician* alone, and Indeed priests generally aero! rnu' h too busy to entertain it. Mow .tvus it possible., he ashed, that any priest. ; who had been reared in a religious at mosphere, amid innocent surrourulingo. ! could "know anything about such dread- ; ful things? That was? his feeling, any way, and the "Truth" man was welcome j to it: but lie trusted that ijis name would ! not be mud* intMJo.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AN OUTSPOKEN PRELATE. Extension of the Act Imperative. BRISBANE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

AN OUTSPOKEN PBELATE. Extension of the Act Imperative. (From "Truth's" Brisbane Correspondent.) BRISBANE. Thursda Archbishop Duhlg (rt.C. Coadjutor -Archbishop of Brisbane.) discussed th° matter in a frank and open spirit. \Vhll* ndmitting that he had no special know-• ledge of the subject which would give authority' tu his remarks. he affirmed his ♦♦ntire .-yrnpathy with any steps tak*»n to tight against these terrible diseases The mot Idea was to protect the Inmcent. He knew of a particularly distressing ^ase of ,i young lad's eyes being Infected from a towel which had been previously used by an infected person. The extension of the Knthetic Piscary Act to the'large towns j was imperative, and lie laid stress nn the fact that people rnt:«*t pet rid of the idea that sufferer:' were to bo regarded as crim inals. instead of unfortunate people, whom it was our duty to cure from a physical malady. That idea had b:irred the way to much useful reform in legislation. The Archbishop conclu...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MADNESS AND DEATH. HOW GREAT MEN'S LIVES HAVE BEEN SHORTENED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

MADNESS AND DEATH. HOW GREAT MEN'S LIVES HAVE BEEN SHORTENED. "The International Socialist" (Sydney) publishes an Interesting and timely ar ticle in ltd last Issue, in which It men tions that the great scientist, MetchnikoiT, declares that the madness and deaths of those famous men of genius. Guy de-Mau passant. and Nietzsche, resulted from sy philis. These names'may be added to those of Pope Leo X., Cardinal Wolsey. Oscar Wilde, and Schopenhauer as vic tim? of syphilis, even, it is stated by medi cal authority, to that of the famous Duke of Wellington. Probably, if the whole truth were known as to the number of great men and women whose lives have, been shortened, and whose reason hits been destroyed, as the result ot syphilis, the world would bo astounded. Thy ar ticle which we have mentioned Is as rol SOCIETY'S SECRET SCOURGE. . THE- RED PLAGUE. The discussion at the recent confer ence of th* New South Wales Political Labor League on the subject of con tagious venereal diseases; ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SOCIETY'S SADDEST SCOURGE. ITS CREATION OF LUNATICS AND CRIMINALS. The Red Plague Cankering the Caucasian Race. VICTORIAN PRISON AND ASYLUM STATISTICS. Queensland Again Resorts to Compulsory Examination; BUT CALLS ITS NEW ACT AN "ENTHETIC" DISEASES ACT —SIR DAVID HARDIE, M.D., ON THE GREAT HARM DISEASE DOES TO WOMEN—THE MEDICAL CONGRESS APPOINTS A PERMANENT COMMISSION ON VENEREAL DISEASES—AN ENTHETIC DISEASES ACT WANTED FOR THE PROPOSED ADDITIONAL NEW SOUTH WALES MINISTER TO ADMINISTER—NIETZSCHE AND DE MAUPASSANT DRIVEN MAD BY SYPHILIS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

| SOCIETY'S SADDEST SCOURGE. I ITS CREATION OF LUNATICS AND CRIMINALS. The Red Plague Cankering the Caucasian Race. VICTORIAN PRISON AND ASYLUM STATISTICS. • Queensland Again Resorts to Compulsory Examination; BUT CALLS ITS NEW ACT AN ''ENTHETIC'' DISEASES ACT —SIR DAVID HARDIE, M.D., ON THE GREAT HARM DISEASE DOES TO WOMEN-THE MEDICAL CONGRESS APPOINTS A PERMANENT COMMISSION ON . • VENEREAL DISEASES—AN ENTHETIC DISEASES ACT WANTED FOR THE PROPOSED ADDITIONAL NEW SOUTH WALES MINISTER TO ADMINISTER—NIETZSCHE AND DE MAUPASSANT DRIVEN MAD BY SYPHILIS. i {From Sydney "TrnUi." March 15.) ."Very tnach interest contfnacs to be felcen in the demaod nude by the Coa jftr^Bco ot the Political Labor League for ithe passing of a Health Act In this State' tteit would stamp out the venereal dfs Jww./TPhlch diseases, besJdes inflicting" fcnjTcose suffering, are soui-cea of Trightful* J*nd continuous danger to the Innocent, ; tod are rapidly increasing THE XtTlTBKR OF DEGENERATES. t*?sJdes eataflln?...

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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