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MUMMERANDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

"Come Over Here" will come over her. next Saturday, opening its box o: tricka a* ' lit-r Majesty's. Hoyt's Pictures promU? somtnh.nr out of i the ordir.urT for ncxi week. H.~u w a list 1 oi the mcst attractive film feiuuicb jj.ocur- I able -ariil be "The Anarchist-*' and "iiiddea ' Fires." ; But another week remains for playgoers : to onjoy "Sweet County Kerry," as pre sented at the PrinccsVs by Alien Doone, who takes the ipart oi" Dan O'Hara, and sings ditties that fill the hear; o: every child of 'The Forty Thieves" topped the century at Her Majtistv's last Wednesday night, and thousrh business is still booming, Sydney de mands its panto. ior Easter, so Ali Baba, Morgiana, and all the pretty thieves must hie them th.tber after a final flutter ne.x& Thursdav tiisht. * * * The enthrolling and spectacular drama, "Joseph and His Brethren," will be staged at the Theatre Royal far the last time qu Monday night, and" on Saturday week, the 28th:n~st., that talented company headed ...

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

PLUTOCRATIC PRODUCER'S PEETLE. "p'ou.'c;. tb-.' p - in s'.-arch ot 1 . . , .. they can gei ir. Tb«; Pim* press i? filling tbe public whh hot air rc.^ardin^ "ibc • «»Ji7or io iwiusirml mwre*t*" rau^i by ''airitcior* and thoir irr*-:pc.n;ible fr.J. ]nwer~." Trip country pr^m i-; easily nob bled by npiUeucy. and an ii^puvd paraqrarvu can spread a nuihui:'!o of i;*--:.

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

Sjyfnjjt JoutLiA amAj cmjio&A ovt/rurmbJj iwtveb, u aiutm f\Aj/m tub ■CHALLENGE. I MUEPHY CHALLENGES THE WORLD TO OTOE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ^LEEDING PILES. . Permanent Cure. Established 1831. MUEPHY'S PILE PILLS, Nun-aporicnt. i I!a?o Cured '.Thousands of. Cusps, iqbo j . afi«r sulferiug over 40 yeara. ! Made and Soli! by ANDKEW MUKPHY, Woy Woy, N.S.W., Sole Proprietor. Prio© 5*- per box, or a courso of 8 baxe# £1. AH Postage Proe. On Sale at all Chemists, Druggists, and Storekeeper® throughout the State*.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
JACKSON ON THE JAG. BRUTALLY BASHES HIS WIPE, And Kicks Her Almost Insensible. Then Leaves Family Without Food or Money. Pined Piver for Assault and Ordered to [?]y Maintenance. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

JACKSON ON THE JAG. ! I BRUTALLY BASHES HIS WIPE, And Kicks Her Almost Insensible. j Then Leaves Pamily Without Pood or Monefr. Pined Pivcr for Assault and Ordered to 'ay Maintenance. ' Edward ■ -eorge Jackson, oi! Moorab bin, a mido e-aged man, a market gar* dener by occupation. was before Messrs. | Mills., Brownliold. Barnett. and Penny, ! Js.P., at the Cheltenham Court on Wed- I nesday to answer a charge of asaiulting ; his wife, Ellen Jackson, and also a claim j for the maintenance of his wife and three children. ! There had, it appeared, been some trouble before, and Jackson had paid £350 into a trust fund tvs security for the maintenance of hi? fumilly. Certain provisions having been complied with, that amount was repaid to .Jackson on the 4th inst. On that day. complainant said, she and another woman were do ing the washing when her husband came out witli a cupful of whisky and or dered her to drink it. J?he took a sip to pacify him, but when she refuaou to drink the lot at h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
STRANGE DEATH OF A SHEARER McDougall Committed for Trial for Manslaughter. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

i STRANGE DEATH OF A SHEARER McDougaU Committed for Trial for Uonslaugiiter. The rirc;;c:.?trJ5ce.' surrounding i1»o •loath of Patrick William Bronnnn. 42, .shearer, formerly of Temper. reported on page «l, wore irquirwl ir.70 by the Coroner. J>r. Cole, m tho Morgue on Thursday morning. Tiv Coroner <?ai<L that there was •.•videno»* of nn assault, and MrDfn^all. v.*ho >rrur:k deceased, must take rho ron«equwrs. The post mortem shoved Thar the shorh and suf foearion worn «'au»ed hy a heavy blow in th»» stomal?. committed Mc* Dougail for Trial for jnaiMnuphror.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SCHOOLGIRL'S SHOCKING STORY. What Occurred in a Brunswick Park. Successful Alibi of Accused Youth. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

SCHOOLGIRL'S SHOCKING STORY. | What Occurrod In .1 Brunswick Park, i Successful Alibi of Accused Youth. In the Criminal Court, before hi« Honor Mr. Jualiec Hood. u youth named John Gab riel Hanrahan, 19 ycant of ape. who lire* with his parents at i26 Victoria-nirect, West Brunswick. blended not. tniillv to n charge of having indccently rssa;i]t<>d a.child named Violet Lean, eight, yearn of ago, at Brum JOHN HANRAIIAH. wick o.» November 28. 1913. Mr. C. J. 7a. Woinar/iu, K.(\. procecutod for tho Crown, and Mr. H. Cole (Cole ond O'lloaro) appeared for the defence. Thn case for the Crown was that at 9 o'clock on the morning of the date mention, od. chili! and a couple of phymatijs of her own a'»e were on their 'way to tchool, and ns they pa«se.I tbrourh tlit? West.Bnirip Ariel; P.irfc. accused. who wns-lounpinjj there, accosted Violet Lean, and committed {he ftlk-Scd offence. She returned home crjinc, 1 and complained to her mother, who inform ed the Dolic/', and on the f...

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

The EEST Ala.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FLARE-UP AT FOOTSCRAY. PUNCHED IN A PUB. Two Men "Boobed." Another Fined Ten Quid. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

FLARE-UP AT FOOTSCRAY. PUNCHED IN A PUB. Two Men • 'Booted." Another Fined Ton Quid. A case which excited extraordinary , local interest was heard at the Foot- • scray Police Court oil Monday, when three young men, named Herbert Lowe, Frank Parsons, and Arthur Henry Gum mow, were charged with having, on the 10th inst., unlawfully assaulted Robert Kelly Duke. The presiding justices were Messrs. W. Mitchell (chairman), . 11. E. Caldecott, W. Gallant. J. Me- | Phee, W. Collins, and Dr. McCarthy. | The courtroom was crowded with in- | terested spectators. . Mr. Secoinb represented the accused, each of whom pleaded not guilty. Mr. Levy, who appeared on behalf of tho prosecution, described the assault 1 as ono of the most brutal, cowardly, and unprovoked that hud ever been commit ted in Australia. Fortunately for the accused, they wero not. charged with 1 having committed griovoud bodily'harm, OR ATTEMPTED MURDER. Duke, after the assault, had no less than 2G different marks on bis body, t...

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 HEAP OF MISERY FROM INDIGESTION A Rational Way • of Curin» i Stomach Troubles. . * j This Woman SuffercdTor .Months-' land Couldn't Eat Solid Food—! ( Declares She was Cured by Dr i Williams' Pink PitJs. I time or other u*.Yia . ? some ti-uTz xrof ■yood from Indigestion folioTl .m'3erj .'-Pjr be doesn t nourish; the heart ft. j£r£»o» and a depressed feelnfg living 1,fa 9001:13 h«<"r worth for 'hiT'timc hi»irthburn°"", j"° wind in th,- stomach, but rteo'thp a"d »»«1 i. oaten th, .roubL rcU Lain Ihut'tf Lot 11 ruro T).a •• . " ^ ln* ' Kw Mnk I'llh tr^«',»t™UU fcrarstsTrfSS ikv one who t'tkfi thlm r" ^ vt3UblQ m*ut from "very bite of "Iff T^1" ■ mati.rn Jo«'g''stion and Iihcu o^-T'utVuSiTho V T" th'?" \on my cheat, a«J it would °fcJl°ao ^ :iud toudcr. j }ntl u. , "ut u lce* so sore -"■at J ,;to. -"tr s^Te «-riWd for ,„e Aft^' — Ch WaS l'rr tern would i'e'fll]pdlLM-iTh t'n-"'in'-r ■Sfc^rSi'! Jiover ftOf tt-/vii l . . ^'or dieu. 1 i taciM" bra" ^ ciu" jwie'rgv.to dotmvnhoMow...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TIME-PAYMENT TUGS. TAILORS WHO CHEAT. Customers on raise Pretences. Sh[?]moless System of Snide Scissors-Men. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

TIME-PAYMENT TUGS. TAILORS.WHO CHEAT. Customers on raise Pretences. Shnmolcss System of Snide Scissors Mon. Snide tailors, wfco drag our country c»ousius inside their shoddy shops to in* spect interior material marked "highest quality," mid T«n the measuro over them and extort cash deposits before they know wliere they are, liuvo been assailed by this journal, in tho public interest, more thuu once. But, hitherto, we have not dealt with the rascally time-payraent species, who obtain cus tomers oti false pretences and, having some simpleton*s cash in hand, wai\e the contract. Bobbie Burns said that ft tailor was only the ninth part of a num. Them are'tailors and tailors, some being decent tradesmen; buf the satir ically-expressed contempt of the Scot tish bard for the makers of men's gar ments is not nearly suflicieut when up- , plied 10 the condemnation and despisal j of such ph'.usibbv sneaking ilrreer* ns . dome of Melbourne's tiin.-p«yment tugs | who carry on their shameless game...

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

" The Great Pain-Killer " 20,000 FULL SIZE (1/6) TUBES to be GIVEN' AWAY to SUFFERERS /^\NCE you have used Dr. ^ Stolir's Ivcplialdol to relieve and cure the torturing pains of Lumbago, Rheumatism,Sciatica, Neuralgia, Headache, aud Neu ritis, you will keep it by you al ways, for you will 'realise that you have never yet come across a remedy which is such a quick, sure, and pleasant pain-killer. In JCephaldol Dr. Stohr lias producer! the most successful remedy for pain known to science. Kephaldol is absolutely harmless to take, either in small or large doses. It is mild and prompt in action and do^a not in any way produce depression or re-action upon the heart. Thus it avoids the objec tion usually tnrule to the use of the usual run of antidotes for pain. Kephaldol has received uniqtfe recognition from tlie lurdical profession, li is used in all the leading Continental and British Hos pitals and thousands of Uritishdoctors have endorsed it, and use it regularly in their practice. is ...

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

TEA WHOLESALE— Price, Griffiths & Co, Ml IMliMltaMtmt

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RAYMOND'S REGRETS. Must Support His Offspring. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

RAYMOND'S REGRETS. Must Support His Offspring. When Henry E. Raymond appeared at the Collingwocd Court on Tuesday, to show cause wkyhe should r.ot contribute toward? the support of his sou, Nicholas Raymond, he cxhibsu*d great regret on hearing that it was impossible to stop the publication oi th» details in the press. Raymond also regretted the fact thru an order was taade ajrains; hiiu for bis son's support. An officer ftoni the Neglected Children's Department, Einil Cvetd, affirmed that Nicholas Raymond was committed to the Royal Park Reformatory as a neglected child during the previous Jmuary. For the pre 1 sent he was being maintained on a farm at J Bayswater at a cost of 10a. weekly to the j Government. : In answer 10 Raymond, witness said that | there was no uoubt that the boy would have to assist with farm work, lu view of his past career, the boy would not be sent to ! outside employment for some tune to come, i Before he was all-wed to do so. the authori ties had to be con...

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

It is about time the Searchlight was ^turned on the Sewing Machine Busi ness. I thank "Truth's" readers for ! the hundreds of congratulations I have received for placing a high-grade ma ehizio on the market at such a low i figure. ! And now for one month only I Trill : »ell £14 DROP-HEAD MACHINES For £6 15s. £12 MACHINES For £4 15s. £10 10s. MACHINES For £3 17s. 6d. £8 HAND MACHINES For £3 15s. £6 IOs. HAND MACHINES For £2 17s. 6d. Needles for every make of sewing machine, Cd. dojren. Oil, largest bottle, ■lid.; Belts, Gd.; Bobbins, Id. each. I And I Trill give £1,000 to the chari- ' ti*3 of Australia if any sewing machine j hold in Australia costa more to produce ' than the Veritas. Write or Call. Terms arranged. BALONEY, 21 Centrotny Arcade, off Oollins,str«at 282 Ciapel-stwet. oppoalta Big Start, Pratam. 83 Aicada, A<WaM» off BuiKOi ituX.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE BOMB BURST. Similar Melbourne Outrage Recalled. Story of Porty Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

THE BOMB-BUEST. Similar Melbourne Outrage Becalled. Story of Porty Years Ago. The bomb episode at ike Lands Office re- i calls | A SIMILAR OUTRAGE - ! —but one which had more direful conseQUtn ces—40 years a^o, when the office of Messrs. Reynolds and English at the corner of Qaecu and Collins streets was .wrecked,; and on© of the prinerpals killed. Reynolds and Eng lish were partner iu tho carrying firm of , that name, running the largest, business of ita kind in Australia. Tbev pold out for £20.000 to Latham s. and speculated £17,000 iii a mining venture at. ilorteV Creek, where Bright .now, standi. Their * firifc "crushing brought in £500, but the reef ended sudden ly, and vras nerw Iccate4 ftiain:-•• The part ners Btuck to it for a coupl* of yoars, but , had lo psvo up. , j PRACTICALLYRUIXED. Then llioy : canto lo Melbourne.-, again and opened an'office on tbe'-third; floor'of tJbe building at.the corner of Queen and Collirfs streots, with'Uie'object of maVing i repara tions to e...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BLOWN UP BY BOMB. Was is a Mechanically=Minded Lunatic's Little Joke? INFERNAL MACHINE SENT BY POST. Explodes When String is Loosened —Three Government Officials Injured. Perpetrator Will Probably Give Himself Away. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

Was it a Mechanicaliy=Minded Lunatic's Little Joke ? INFERNAL MACHINE SENT BY POST. Explodes When String is Loosened —Three Government Officials Injured. Perpetrator Will Probably Give Himself Away. Tho detective force ar* in a s'ai'? of putsled worry onccrniir' tho bomb that was '■sploded in (he offict-s of 'he Closer Settle ment Board oil Monday morning. Much has been made of the incident by the daylie press, according to' whom it would appear that some w Id Russian anarchist or a mem ber of the Camorrisl, or Black Hand Society, had got loose in Melbourne, and some pic turn show proprietor* havo unsuccessfully endeavored to got tbo members of board to reconstruct the affair bofore the film camera fop exhibition , a* "The Great Bomb Sensation." Tho probabilities aro that the outrage in the act of somo lunatic, i must likely a young man with some mech anical knowledgo, who bas'copied a. toy that is io bo bought in certain fancy goods shops. This toy comprises a box which 5b supposed...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RAGGED BOYS' HOME WRANGLE. TOO MANY WANT TO BE BOSSES. Guardians Quarrel. Matron White Alleged to be at Variance With Newly-appointed Nurse Lunn. Family By No Means a Happy One. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

RAGGED BOYS' HOME WRANGLE. TOO MANY WANT TO BE BOSSES. ! Guardians Quarrel. | Matron Whlto Alleged to be at Variance j •With Newly-appointed Nurso Lunn. Family By No Moans a Happy One. | Thoro linn been much stir of Into in the camp of the guardians, custodians, or councillors of the Hagge* °-3 Homo. The liuiu" consists of u lino brick building at th« '"rner of l/jtrobn and Kiliibition rtrp.-tH, where "2 bo.s -f. ,- iro>' f«r -r.'l a seaside homo at ^.nkst.M, there are now 10 . > «a rintendent, Mr. Minton. wh" is o paint'T by trade, li>« : on the Latrol..-street premise?, and -rocs to hi? work purine the day. I» | hi., ,pare tiw* l.« a'fart" f *«'- 1 l'-ire of tho iio!ii" general!,V and keips the artoini'.'. With the assistance of a 14-vear-nl'i boy—:: VEl'.t PMAltT T.AJ). who v.M brought ui. in the institution. mid in now cu'plovod at a smalt wag" The (-Mtse of the trouble is that of ,Ve !»<••»•.•«» «t tho council ■ibov.1 four want to run tho dhow as ibiW pH'i.^...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE SEPARATED SMITHS. A SUIT FOR MAINTENANCE. P.M. Murphy Tenders Advice and Adjourns the Case. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

THE SEPARATED SMITHS.! A SUIT FOR MAINTENANCE. •PJVL Murphy Tenders Advice and Adjourns the Case. Police magistral tj. Murphy e$siy- : <sl the role of poi^'etuakor in tliti District Coort on Tuesday. with wh-t success r>- i mains to be seen. U was a cas*.- in which j <L young married worum nani^d Mary St^-tb, ; of 3 Eregmout-strce;. North Fiuroy. pro- ! caeded agaiat her hu^-uinl. Charles Henry [ ' Smith, of 6 Uly-i'iuc. ilel'mujue. for the j aapport of herself una ibeir two children, I odo of which was born out of wedlock. j ACr. J. J. Carroll appeared for complain ant, and ilr. D. C. Lvvy iinitruetcd bv ilr. L\ J. Ridjjewayi tor the detenee. The in- I formation disclosed the tact that the sum mons had been served by ih-' vviio upvn the husband at tb? laiter's plao-j o;' «.>mp:oymcnt in the Eastern Market, on the 9tb aist. .Mr. Levy at ihe outset s.'.id that defendant waa willing to take h?s \».'fe back. The Ut ter ^vns asked if she was willing to return...

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

1 SUNSHINE No Better Speculation. Guaranteed Perfect Building Allotments. CREMOEHE ESTATE On the Main Ballarat Road. Prices to suit nil pockets, from J&10 10s. per BBock. NO DEPOSIT. 5s. Monthly. NO DEPOSIT. Title Certitieate. Kates Paid to Date of Sale. INSPECT THE LAND—YOU MUST BUY. OALLAQHAN & CO., I36Swanston Street, MELBOURNE. Established 1884. Phone 4036.

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

BIBLES AND EMPTY BELLIES. Tbo other day a "Truth" representa tive, who habitually wears a clms.cn and lamb-like semblance of outward a v visible beatitude, was waiting for . train at Flinders-street, when a person with a jaw Hko tb? Sap " » lantern and a physiognomy aftrr t. similitude of iv ^rcavc?HlV'r,;rt rtat dered up and sat down *svitb «• * 8 , proclaimed him to be either tmd or „ La worher or a wowser lie «> «h> hnvine resemblance pushed oiu -t eliur a a^cal <wd head's!. ' < To the K<-ocro-\_ vlmc.- The Siaiii creatures sropinR in the (.ark. to wood and stone. Ho w« t a had ^^^'andthe^ hVtold about the awful V"t«al results of tnif• bo»; ing down might have mtUod tU p0'^ Benerositr of a less bard,yd p«£ iect" thau the smb.. A" •" ,,'h • ' ml offering. As it was. the l.uh said that it the t.bo».< V^hb-JIv savages want to bovv. and .ir>. ■ - • . fools as to bow. well, let t.iern bow low-wow, if they like. O-, » ,-ome a Christi...

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