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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

Slave yoo Settled That Stilt (HftaesSiQEn Yet, Sir? Al.I, (INK RIIUSURH 1MJ1CE FROM THE PICK OF THE STOCK. T^ipu, aaj s.il. bruce ISQ Eourke Street, MliLUULlKNt:. Yf rr !"*=! I Id JL=i 6 £ 6\ \ H U p \J OM V O £ : 59 Noa. 3C1-30G LITTLE COLLINS STHEET (Next Iloyal Arcade). mCGUntlE'S PfiEi.TiER CAFE. completely UKJIOPEI.I.EU • LUXURIOUSLY kuuxishki). CClSIKIi UN paralleled NCI1ECNS. CirVINERS, SUPPERS. TAI:l.K dliuie CI a la CAKTi:. CATERING A SPECIALITY. E. L. HOSSEX LOFF, Pko>'rii;tor. TLE COLLINS Y Cash Order Oflico Trading- with -- to Hours for Purehasiuc AMUSEMENTS.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
STEALING FROM SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

stealing fro.vi ships. Quito an industry Irs sprung tip nlong (ho water fror.t among the sneak thieve?, and very few vessels kave port now with out somebody having the rulo run over tliem, Most of thuso pickers-up of uncon sidered trifles are nautical men down on their luck, holders of various certificates of compctency, hut uot certificates of charac ter or of sabrifcty; and these way bo usually seen aboard an outgoing vessel looking for a berth, and praying that they might. be overlooked. It is stated that ono bright articlo in particular is the holder of a mas tor's certificate, and for years past has been fossicking about the 'tween decks and losing his way among the cabins of the too-trust ing. Another carries a carpet-bag, branded in big white letters, "Ucy. Mr. Stcpin fetchit," or something like it, and the way that cirpot-bas grows fatter and fatter us the collection for the pore heathen i3 taken up is a rcg^ar caution. Boots, watches, whisky flasks, pipes, towels, blacking,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. DECRYING OUR BEACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. DECRYING OUR BEACHES, | The occoaional tad drowning accidcnta 1 I which ooeur around our incomparable j I beuches, among rccklcss youth -who vcuture I out of their deplh before learning to swim, i linrc given another opportunity to perwua ! I to decry certain beachc3 aa dangerous. "The 1 drvidful undertow—tho awful undertow," [ they all yell, as though the backwash which 1 occurs on all tidal beaches throughout the world is any wot&e hero than at other places, 1 The fact remains, howevor, that the few i bathers who aro drowned are generally 1 drowned on top of {he water, o«d generally j float on top afterwards. In tho ordinary I course of cvrms, if Ijuthcrs jusi iranajjcd j to keep themselves alKit, they vroulj drift i in Tar from ibe <pr»i whence they went I Tii" crime uUur.tl pli"num"i>a—:he u:ii attr.iot ion of matter—that in.ikr^ i\v.\>r, c'mie ashore, and that floating I rubl<:::h come ashore, where neither is wi'.i.t I ed...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE GLENELG MYSTERY. Miss Scott Bro[?]e's Disappearance. More Evidence. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

THE GLEHELC iMVSTEiiY. Miss ScoitUrouu's Disappearance. More Kviilence. • il-rom "Truth's" Adri tiac ConLSpcmdcut.) The Gloi.e.g mysitry does nut seem des- ' tiu«-J 10 ui'j u* natural death, us tiow tuuc io uma :rc;ii facts keep crcj p ng up which have to be imc-si^uled by the throwing ]ju:lius. A lew UK-Ukhs iigo, it will be re t.v inhered, Mn-.s Broad. a ri«.-«.-e;ay»e girl o: 2\ lt»j: her parents' residence, Gieuelg, in the mtJuic c: the u;glH, v.ubou: aioucy, and s:an;.iv clothed, and lias tmer yet bt.cn found. It was thought possible that she hud manned to rscapu t0 her liauce, who i«. eu:p.uv«j m the Ar?.mit.i», but it was found that he uKo was i:ot at his usual ad ores--. 'liie indice, and even the Govern ment, ajoved heaven and c-anh to obtain a jtu-s.ble tiue, but were baffled. Now, howcv.T, the yoiu:2 gentleman to vrlum Misa Scatt Broad vm 'Migagtd lm turned up, and he emphatically denies all knowledge of the into oi his sweetheart. i wh.ro, unt.l recently, he had not hear...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

A country paper tUtcs"Mrs. baa ! brought a ccstuim* iro:n India in which to g.ve uu Oriculul Lut uut'oruiuatclv \ it did not. couj«' off." Of cc.irso. ji0 Oriental I (liiiv-? wou>.l b.- roo-iv s-.iccir.&ful if the i U'juccr'a drcs* uiil noi. come ol". EXTRACTIONS PAINLESS hv \V. K. THOMAS'S WONDKUFUL SYSTKM. Kcliv AIUmi, of I'ort IVric. writes: "Just h.;d l-\ tci-th rxL.r:ict»"l by Mr. Thoirrxs ;;nu uid rot fee! any pain. Would rdv.'se arnoiic t<» in him when in troi:Ue with ihcir foot),/ Kv his wonderful sv?u*t:i ho will ouicklr painlessly and economically rcmcdv nil tooth detccts. Fees meet rca?on*b!e. £G'G/ Sots cow £3/3'. 83 ELIZABETH-ST. <op.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A MISSING HUSBAND. Sisters-in-Law Snarl and Shriek. Abusive Langwidege in High Street. Greenwood Charles Takes His Dead Brother's Place — And Leaves His Own Wife Lamenting. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

A MISSING HUSBAMD. Sistcrs-in-Luw Snarl and Shriek. Abusive Laiigwiilgc in High Street. Greenwood Charles TiiUos His Doacl lSrothcr's Plucu — And Iiiiiivos His Own Wife Lamenting. Harriet Her, of 277 Ui^h-strcct, PruhrMi, i oml Catherine Hey, of Lnue-strcot, South ; Yorra, fire sistirbdn-luw, hating years ojjo married two brothers. Harriet's hubby left* this sinful world some time ago, and recent ly, it is said, Cnthirine's H«*y, with the high sounding bundle of Greenwood Charles has been taking bis Into brotlu r's plan'. The upshot was a row on New Year's l^ay, which resulted in Harriet proceeding against Ca therine in the l'rabran Court on 'lhursday, before 3Ir. Harrison, F.A!., for trsir:^ abusive lungwidjje. Mr. K. J. V. Nigau appeared tor the defendant. Harriet buunci d into the bflx, ami told bow, towards the ivui u^ of New Year's Day, Catherine, in ft very annoyed Btato, came to 277 11 gh-street, and DUUMDilD Uiiil HCItBV. : •She was informed, however, that GiccnvvooJ Charks ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CONSTABLES AND CIVILIANS How the Public is Pilloried by Police Pests. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

j GONSTABLES AND CIVILIANS How (lie Public is Pilloried by Police Pests. "Avoid oven tho appearance of evil" I appears to Ijo tins Scriptural maxim I adopted by sonto members of tlio polico forco. Ono may not stand in tho street when theso self-righteous peelers are ! about without rendering oneself linblo to instant arrest, or at best a blue blis ter for loitering, and occasioning an obstruction of tlio footway, and ono is horrified to learn that bo is not only ^suspected, but in tho constabulary mind, convicted of having backed a geo-goo in a raco ho novor beard of, at a course of the existence of which he was previously blissfully ignorant. For a while tlio Polico I)cpa rtmont em ployed a s*?t of unprincipled rascals, who roadily and loquaciously s*.i?ro to j wager;; with alleged strcoi bettors; but the-e w^ro discredited by clew r cross, examiner*. and many eases were lost on clear evidence that tho polico pimps, to put it wildly, were r>ert:nacious pre varicators of tho trut...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

PILES. Tilts rarely kill, but thev cause constant torture. Th a is especially true iu th-: ease ot those who ever jhcUUy row stipited. Piles can be quick!'.' and per manently cured, without pain, cuttiuz. or detention from business. This has bees proved in thousands of C3*ej iu boib sexes, uud of all wpc* and in ;be very vrorsi u& well a.* in ordnmrv eases. No one who has iioi suffered the torment, of Iioh:i::\ Pain ful. »nd bleeding Piles can a^irci'iate for ;; moment the marvellous sense of relief that follows the m>>- of Doar/s Oinmem. Mr. Thomas Stevenson, 22 Cruiclcsbunt strtet, Port Melbourne, stvs -'Far ten years I have been a sufferer fr-»m Itcbinp rk3. I hr.ve betn 50 had at titles I would have to leave nsv wori: and Ijv up Ij.- days. I suffered dreadfully at all ti:n:s but dur ing the hot weather and at n.^1-t time I wns nearly driven mad. There i< no; a mr.ie trying ailment than Itcbinp Pi|.*. for the irritation unit;*s the day m ■jerablo, nnd kee...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1914. AN HORTATION TO HOLMAN If I Were You, What Would I Do? AN OPEN LETTER TO THE HON. W. A. HOLMAN, M.L.A., [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

SATURDAY, JANTTAEY 10, 1914. If I Were You, What Would I Do ? WWI) MVIj «*»•! PREMIER OF NEW SOUTH WALES. j sir,—Though you may not tlunl; it i nn honor or pleasure to bo thus pub lick address) by nt, I deem it a do- | light and a duty to ncn and publish [ this. letter to you. 1'vo r.ddrcssod simi- j Ur letusrs to bolter and Krcator men than you, as well as to others much smaller politically, and mlinitely your inferior ' morally-an imenonty tliac proves tiieiu to iiavu been a ^ory a' lot indeed 1 You are v.elcomo to -> tho comiort you c;»> contriv# \VC:.,_ | from crooliod u - y > tontion is neither to complimentiior to comfort, but to counsel: therefore,per _.i. ,^rn,K^ni.U'0 vour patent pcru j»l of this epistle may provo profitable S you aTPrlr-u^r, your Party, and tho iPeoplo. ^ * if I wore )«, i ? weuUnoss, Bgainst, women, who ^ -n not in a personal, p - " j ^1LS a political and uwcul ffl,akll0i3. lattor sense, > 'V "* , form of an j Sb&^vi«>^^;nJemnlo , i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

rxsittrveBosoe ? I They aro for use on ercry nuW sf disc, 5 n«edlt-cui rceords, nnd ®re far jt;p-.rior to t .\ft.v other needle, for each cno mil I rLAT 10 HEOTlDf?; £ rwd fhvy arc ;rvir.iTiU?rd r.nt ir.inro re curJp, hut. to itr-jir.;-' :cr.':. ♦ icratcb* log, *na £-.nt-ailj :f!i;M»o iuid prescrvo record. FRICK, li. PKH PACKET. TRT A PACKET OP PET1TECKY NEEDLES NOW. .. THE CENTREWAY, 259 Collins Street, Melbourne. ELASTiG. STOCKINGS »AEIBQSEoyaUS Weak Kneecaps and Ankles. TA-\ WILLOW CALF DAL., I With WHiM <ole. UiiJI "Vanla-/* Dark. In <.bajHM (jf Vv. Stonl'.y and liuely tinuh^i. TH:E BKST AT TiI'5 PPJCE y00LN, "STUART, & CO. TRAINERS AND JOCKEYS. WINNING COLORS ROSENTHAL'S BEEHIVE. RACING COLORS From 40a the Sob. JOCKEYS' BREECHES, Cashmere, 30a.; Silk, 40a.; Silk Cash mere, 40a. CAPS, 8a. 6d. (new English poak) Hurdle and Steeple Skull Cap3, 73. 61 ROSENTHAL'S BEEHIVE 92-94 EUZAHETfl-STREET, Kear Collins-street

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A BONE OF CONTENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

Those dogs dolight to bark and shite (until their guff is blown), Ami try to grab with toeiu and pav.s tnat Parliamentary bone. 'i*ho Lonos Liccu p:c;^'d ior ruuny years, by men both old and callow, But yet it's juicy, and rotaius its meaty taste and marrow. For live long years tno Lolho dog monopolized tiio prize, The other canine looking on with hungry, envious eyes, IViCo doggio .Mac, wiioio breed is bootch, tried hard to snatch the bono. But- other uoggioj yapped ".Not Nol" and left him on his own. Then George, the i^nguali pup, essayed to make some snao"^ crabs, And, with tho bono uttween his gums, rushed to his kenneled Labs. "v Thoy yelped with gl<-N», and thought that lie uas quite a doggie Jiero, Until tiio Coiiio bol:<*J iu and sent, the.r gloo to zero. . . * Onoo more tho Coiho took the bone, and trotted off with prido, . "WhUo Scottv and t..o hnglUh pup a-cussed his bally hid©. Thun to his home iu i-«tudon they followed cm his trail," Hut still lu&g...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CAPERS IN A GAB. BELLA BOLTS WITH THE BOODLE. But Is Grabbed By Gabriel. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

CAPER!! IN A GAB. j BELLA BOLTS WITH THE I _ BOODLE. But Is Grabbed By Gabriel. Magistrate Harnett does not often offer a compliment and a sentenco together: but lie was moved to admiration at the manner In which an accused woman at the Central on Tuesday handled the cross examination, with the aplomb and astute n*»ss of a K.C.: so much so, that he remarked: "You have ability, extraor dinary ability, and the way you. have ^-examined the witness is. a compli i Isabella O* Grady, alias Bella Brady.'30. ,was charged before S.M. Burnett on Tues ' day with stealing £1! IDs from the person of A MAN UNKNOWN. I on December 23. ■ Detective Duncan said tliat wUn.Dotec jtiv»» Malcne, he. was-in.Fltt-street.abftuL. noon on the 2i5rd, opposite Hordern "Bros.> j Here they saw accused, wrto was .being ! detained by a man named Luther:Gabriel. , l.uther explained to them, "This woman ' hay robbed a man !n this cab," Indicating? a vehicle drawn up to the herb. He also : salil that the cabman and ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LODGER LASHES OUT. AND ACTS WITH AN AXE. "I AM A GENTLEMAN; I PAY NOOSING." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

LOOSES LASHES OUT. 1 AND ACTS WITH AN AXE. ''i "1 AM A GENTLEMAN; I PAY NOOSING." "T pay nnosliiR," shuuird Mur.d. a tajci-drlv«.r, in the Nowtmvn l v.ii." * Touri on Wednesday last, v.hvii 11iu!■ ! in MllCS, Ot<\, (O till I lit,! U;i. (ill illf.ltllt Kcvoii day-n, fur unlawfully a:-«j ;iltiu^ Khornold, and mali-iously dun sirIiii? ;i quantity of crcckcr;-, the j.ro perty of Kv;t Johnson, valued at ir-.>. Margaret in her evidence f.iid that on Tuesday alio p;il«I a vi:dt to u Hitler— Kva Johnson—whose dnmicile Is fdtuated at S MI.^Si'ndcn-riKid. The evening ine-i! wa« in preparation when site arrived, and certain incidents happened which at tracted her attention. For instance, ahe Jicard her ulster tell Mund to GO SOMEWHKItK ELSE and board, a. request which ranged tlir» 'German to fume, and to express his foot ings in language f.r from polite. "Don't ufp that language here," re monstrated witness, or ru. HIT vou." i At this the German ran to the hark* premises, where h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PRINCES CAN MURDER AT WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

PRINCES CAN MURDER AT WILL. It Is all very well to say you don't care •a damn about princes, but if you had Ger many to deal with, you'd soon know all about that. Whatever may he >aid about the Krik'Hshnian taking his pleasures yail ly. uL h'U:-1 C th-' prince^ of the »>>yit 1 their inotorlriK anyhow. Wh'Mi ihey mm out in tho .streets the alarm Is k»;iii nh>:.d. and everyone on the supposed line of route clears away and leaver the .streets dcsiru.'d. But the Jocular ones com*1 th" double now and again, and slip round an other way. Then there Is *^ixitt• <. Sma>h ihk through at the rate of sixty or more miles an hour, they tar*.* for no man's life, I'lince Frederick Leopold the younyor I* the greatest humorist. He Id Second cousin to the Kulser. and can ho;i;:t of. having maimed a score, und Killed tlve. All the dead on>*s are little children who got In the way. The promising y<»nay prince is only eighteen, und great things are expected of hiiu...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LOANS AND LUCK. PLUTISH PRESS PRETENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

: PLUTI8H ? RESB PRETENCES Tlic penny pUUish press is, ap parently, quite "flabbergasted" because the .Treasurer of the Labor jCioveriiment of this State lias suc ceeded in raising a. loan o£ fct.000,000. If those particular political pets of the penny press, Ihe. Liberals, hud been in power, jtli.e "Smcriild" and the "Tele feraft" would, • no doubt, have promptly pointed to their success in raising the loan as an evidence tf the restored confidence in New South WaJes • displayed by the British investor, as exemplified by the fact that he had, at once, shelled out upon learning by cable that Labor and all its works hat ilieeu defeated; and that there bad been placed in power a Govern iueut instinct with the 'noble principles" of Liberalism. Wc £lionld have been told, in effect, ftliat nothing so appealed to the {British investor as the' Liberal fcolicv of saving at the spigot and losing at the bung-hole, that a penny-wise-aud-pouiid-ioolish ..pot; ley of starving public works was 5h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

CLate of Flinders Lane), 315 Collins Street, (Easement), two doors from Boaachamjrf Auction Rooms und-few doors from Elizabeth Street. LOANS FROM £3 UPWARDS •Advanced on rianos, Furnlturo, Sowing Machines, eta. (without removal), Deeds, Fair Dealings. Moderate Interest. THE IMPERIAL HAIR-DRESSING SALOOH. FAIR TREATMENT, FAIR CHARGES Sterilized ~alocn Materials. ' 229 Boui'ko Street (Opp=t;in Thritro Tloyjl). A. J. HI! AY. Fronrietor. FrinJe<1 and published by JOHN NORTON, t>ie Proprietor, at the R^stered Offlca ol •Troth," No. 3 RoyaJ-l^ne, Melbourne U Uit ot Victoria.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RICHMOND RACING CLUB. J. WREN, General Manager. TROTTING MEETING. To be held on Richmond Racecourse. MONDAY NEXT, JAN. 12. First Event Starts at 2.30. TRANSIT— [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

RICHMOND. RAGING GLU8. J. WREN, General Manager. TROTTINGJflEETING. To be h«*M on Richmond Racecourse. MONDAY NEXT, JAN. 12. first Event Starts at 2.3D, TRANSIT— Special Richmond Tram Serrlco erery 2 • xuinut«i direct to entrance Far®, 2d. ' Cfcba from city direct to ooum. till bo waa tired. Though Lyons perhapa showed the belter speed of the pair, Simpson was the stronger at the dose of the round, lu tho twelfth, Simpson's j>trer.£th began to tell, lie frequency bored the other lail iuw a corner or against. the ropes uud ripped in terrific hool:s to the body which disconcerted the Quoensiander very much. lie I'AillLY DOUliLLD UP in tho foliowit.g round as the result of a forceful right, s.ving thai landed fair iu tho stomach. and that was the beginning of the end. Di^duiuing uny defence, Simpsou sail ed in for th'- fourteenth, and right and left huoks to the bo:ly and similar swings to tho head spelt troublo for the visitor, who soon afterwards vent down on one knee from a heavy...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914

OIL WELLS CO. (No Liability). l&stic of 100,030 £5. shares at 2s. Is. on ' application, Is. on allotment. Balance in 6ti. | calls. capital ? £so.con in 2co.cco shares of s*.; tach. Vendors take 50,0t\1 shares, and 15.000 ihnrcs will be naid as brokerage. Vendors receive £1,000, OBJECT: To tore for oil to 4,000ft. on four sites on 113.0M acr» s held bv the Com pany between Narracoorie, Beacbport, and Mount Gambier. South Australia. BnOKEItS: S. B. Bachy nnd Co., 4C3 Col ISnP'ft.. Melbourne: T. 11. ilariyn and Co., Stock Exchange,% Sydney. ; MANAGE!'/: A lor. (iorlou, 31 Quecn-st,, j Melbourne. ; DIRECTORS: V. J. PvHIcr. Geo. B. Gor- : don, and Geo. D. Mrttdoll. Two Directors • from Scuth Australia to le ehct-ed. An exceptional cpp.ciunity^ to acquire shares in a sound inu rp.-vs"', with every pros- ■ J)ect of handsome dividends and substantial ' edvauce in value. ! From "Daiiv S'.ictv!:,4' I.or.dcn. October £9, ! 1915: £20 UKIGINAUA* IN VEdTKLJ iX I OIL NOW WOKTil £-..lC0.—Th...

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