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MURDER ALLEGED. AT THE KILKENNY INN. Young Wharf Laborer Remanded. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

MURDER ALLEGED. AT THE KILKENNY INN. Young Wharf Laborer BenaudecL On Saturday evening last, the day on which tho anniversary of Ireland'a patron saint, St. Patrick, was celebrated in Melbourne/a row occurrcd in the bar of the Kilkenny Inn Hotel at the cor nor of King and Lonsdale streets. An argument is said to have arisen between two persons named Harry English and j Harold McDougall, and as a conse- ' quence of a blow allegedly struck by ; the latter, English was rendered hors do combat, and fell dead on the thres- { hold. -McDougall, a young, tiefty wharf la borer, was charged in the City Court ] 011 Monday with wilful murder. 'His ago was given as 24. Mr. D. E. Martin, J.1J., presided, and his associates on the 1 bench were Messrs. T. O'CaJhtghau, A. j Bates, T. K. Bennett, and K. J. Ed* j wards, Js.P. Mr. N. H. Sonenberg ap peared to defend. Tho charge against McDougall was that he did, feloniously and with malice aforethought, kill and xnnrder the said Henry English. Detectiv...

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

f ANTINEURASTHIN NERVE AND BRAIN* FOOD TABI.FT^ Are the scientific result of the research work of the world's greatest authorities and spe cialists. They build up the ncrvou* systpni by a process of natural nutrition. n»J the benefit gained is lasting and permanent. Antineurasthin as a NERVE FOOD gives wonderful results in phvvcal urnl men tal overstrain and exhaustion, and on ac count ot its b«nefK*iaJ rfloct upon THE BLOOD is invaluable ia caiss of Anaemia, Rheuma tism, etc. Antineurastliin shows remarkable effect upoa j THE PROCESS OF NUTRITION*. ! and marked and immediate benefit in com plaints arising from weak digestion, dys pepsia, and malnutrition, Antineurasthin cxprdites growth, *mi.'..-s . the blood (by an increase of rtd corpuscles), ' aud restores it to a h'-altUv condition. It in | creases mental activity and generally strengthens thi netvous system as wull as the physique. Its administration produces wonderful results in -Weak children as will as in those affected wit...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SALACITY AT ST. KILDA. GIRL'S ACCUSATION AGAINST YOUTH. Accused Denies the Charge and Is Acquitted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

I SALACITY AT ST. KILDA. GIRL'S ACCUSATION AGAINST YOUTH. Accused Denies the Charge and Is Acaaltted. | A lS-year-old youth named John Heeney, | who Utob with his parent® at No. 2 Chcst | ntit-surcet, South Richmond, was charged in th© Criminal Court, before l£r. Justice Hood oa Tuesday with a criminal offence against a fcirl mined Violet Ada Stokes, daughter of Hoary and Leah Stokes, of 66 Roouey street, South Richmond between February 1 and March 31, 1915, tho Rirl bain^ then under th© a#o of 16 years. ilr. C. J. Z. Woinoraki. K.C., pro»e<nJted for tho Crown, and Mr. T. C. Bronnan, in structed by Mr. H. H, Hoafe. appeared for accused. Tho caw for the Crown was that th* youth and thu girl, who had been r»c-naint od for 12 months or muie c^rior to February 1913, went one evening in that month to Luna Park iu cumpany witu utiothtr jrirl atixjud Daisy Hampton."and a vG'uUi named Lauo. Subsequently. on the same evonin,? accused and tho j^irl Stokes went down to St. Kdda beau...

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

DON'T NEGLECT ! A COMMON' CASE OF PILES. IT MAY | JJSAD TO SERIOUS RESULTS. \ When people generally understand that i all su.'h fatal diseases as fistula, ulcer of • the rectum, fissure, etc., almost inrariably j j begin in a simple case of Piles, they will j learn the wisdom of taking prompt treat ment for tfat first appearance of this i trouble. Doan's Ointment, is unequalled for • er'fery form of Piles, Itch'ng, Bleeding, Pro* j truding, and Blind Piles, and hundreds of live3 hare been sared by using this cheap, ; but effective, remedy right at the star:, ; because at such times a single pot has often effected a curc*, while in the old, deep seated, chronic eases, several pota are some- ; times necessary. Here is u case:— ! Mrs. S. M. Smailla. 29 Cubitt-street, i Richmond South, Jlelbournu, says:—"Only those who bjue suffered know the awful ' torture of Piles. I suffered agony, which : was almost unbearable, from Protruding aad Itching- Piles, and could not get any- , thing to gi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SEMPLE: THE SNIDE SOCIALIST. DOES A SWIFT SKEDADDLE HOME. Muddled Martyr on the Maffick. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

SEMPLE: THE SNIDE SOCIALIST. DOES A SWIFT SKEDADDLE HOME. Muddled Martyr on the Maffick. (BY GRANT HER VET.) Snide Socialist Sewple, of Maoriland, who paid a risit to Australia, a couple of Sundays ago addressed a meeting of the Socialist* and industrialist* ot Melbourne iu the Gaiety Theatre. They were inritod to roll up i" thousands to hear the Kcd Fed, the Maori land mad mafficking martyr, Semplt\ reply to Grant Hervey, in a speech that was ad' ■ rertised to be both "rital and rigorous." I -*■ * # A reply to Grant Hervoy, whether it be made by shriekful Setnple or by any other person of his kind, can only have genuine public interest >n so far as it answer? Grant Hvrve-y'i criticism of Scruple's ideas—or, rather. of Sample's lack of ideas. This pout, luolisb fellow. however, who is ueliler.Ufcly prostituting the great cause 01 industrialism . 10 iced his uwii platform-vanitj—this New is an answer. Nothing could b- more idiotic, or luon; disastrous to the- unfortunate pa;ty I w...

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

BARRISTER M'ARTHUR, K.G. | X loading counsel at thf Bar' Is MeArthur, learned K.O., Who a;gu>-s points of law ali day, As cluvc; as can be. H.-'s bard to tea;, is Muc. K.C., And, ag a social ruJi-, He's on the winning sidv all right In the forensic sobojl.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TASSY TOURIST TANGLE. WHITEWASHING THE ASSOCIATION. How Visitors Are Bled. Scandal Starts Much-needed Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

/ TASSY TOURIST' TANGLE. whitewashing the associa tion. How Visitors aio Bled. Scandal Starta Much-noedod Comne titlon. (Frets Truth t" Ta*ntanian Correspondent.) I TUo Taamaniati Tourists' As'ociftUon has I been whitewashed and started Again on .its caroor of exploiting the public jn tho name j of civic service. That is the only description which can legitimately b'; given to iho end. ing of the racist trouble resnliing from ihrt revelation 0f tho imttric&hle condition of muddle into which the Looks and finance* of the .association had drifted. Particulars of Iho mutter wero giron at the time in the enlumtn of "Truth." Some interesting de velopments ha*a sinca occurred. Though the institution is heavily subsidised by the Gov ernment of the day, no public i/iqujry was ; held into a system of book-keeping under j whieh £1T> of the funds have never been »cchnnted for. The association itself held a kiod of intcitigattau into it?, own affair*, aud rtiturn^f} a unanimous verdi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A YARRA BANK MASH. DOMESTIC SERVANT'S DOLEFUL STORY. Ex=Constable Charged, but Acquitted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

A YARRA BANK MASH. DOMESTIC SERVANT'S DOLEFUL STORY. Ex=Constable Charged, but Acquitted. Tho strange adventure^ of u domestic ! slavey on her monthly '(lay out wero J narrated to Judge Moult*.in tho Court o£ j General Kessiona on ^Monday by a young j woman of tho not uncommon namn of Elizabeth Smith, who waves tho clcanH- j ing diflhclouts and pushes the obtrusive | broom nt a family mansion in Kooyong- ! Toad, Toorak. • Her story was that fcbotit 0.30 oii the evening of January 29 aha and ber sis- { tor strollod towards tho Alexandra Gar-■ dons, and thero encountered a'couplol of nico young nion—young men each I with an eyo for ^ a pretty girl and honeyed speech to beguile her. Eliza both and ber-sister, Lilian, who is . ■ HLAVEY* AT A HOUBK m Orrong-roail, Eu.it Bt. Kilda, wero duly "mashed?', by this couple of nial«.j Charmers, of whom Kx-Con.stablo John ; Thomas Bear was one, and then tho ^ trouble began to brew, which led to the-j JOHN DEAJ2. exposure m the Court of Genera! Se...

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

| AH ILLEGITIMATE CHILD. AllDgeti Wrongful Registration. A married T.oman naxiu-J riarab E?tlyn May Hunt, atraiust -wbrrru it was allied that ph" was living apsirt from her husband, and had civ^n birth to a child by another man, appeared at the Stawll J'olicv Court, before ILr. I). Harrison, P.M., on Monday of last week, on a cbar?o of bavins mado a falsso declaration in ruirard to the birth of her baby, vrh'eh'was horn ui Stawcll on May 30, 1913. The pror.ccut;cn wsa cou. U\x:VeiJ by Sergeant U&V-r, Mr. Anders-on appearing for the accused, who pleaded nor. guilty. The eridenoe tor the ;>rosc-.?y*ir>u was <«> the efieci that a man named, Uob-rt Sa?tU was the fat-her of the accused's rh:M, and that she had resist,-red il under the name of Hunt. When questioned, *he admitted | li:»nnrr r-fpi^cred rh° child under a rnix ttjjpn.iiensrjtt js lo the law. An.uher woman, she said, had fold h«*r thai «hc w.-julfl he pr'tsi-fUH'd if- she nr.'islcrcd the chi! I unde...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
KRUGER'S PROPHECY FULFILLED. EXPORTS, IMPORTS, AND DEPORTS. The New Economic Science of International Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

KRIIGER'S PROPHECY FULFILLED.! EXPORTS, IMPORTS, AND DEPORTS. ! The New Efconomic Science of International Politics. Our millers, nuys "«Tohn Hull," do j not need to be reminded that wo have I always treated oUicial .statistics of Fix- I porta and Imports with cynical indif* forence—regarding them simply u.s more or less haphazard records of the acci dents of roinineree, aud as reflecting no trnp light upon tht> prosperity of tho nation.' Our test is and always will be, not. what we buy from or sell in foreign markets, but what we ronsumo and otherwise spend upon nursclvrs. However, b«- thai a* if may, all schools | ot' economics, as they are railed, have I hitherto been more »>r lo;-s ajjmed that | their theories should be ronJined to the I ordinary things of rommoriM!—food, 1 raw material, mannf:.e}ures. ei>\; ami i although bedft on i-vitv hand with j piiradux and anachronism, tin-re has j be»-n u tafit. f-on?cnt to abandon nit ; fir^t principles where undesirable live |...

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

THE SHADE OF PAUL KRTJGER: "V/E SAID WE'D 4S\VEEP THEM INTO THE SEA." AND NOW AT LAST. WE'VE DONE IT!" "Fifty thousand horse and foot going to Table Eay"— (But it too1- three hundred thousand to win the well-barred vray). Britain's bloodiest outrage on an inofiensive race Led to Britain "winning then—to Britain's deep di5grr.ee. Again the Boers hear Kruger's voicc—"Sweep them into the sea," And they're sweeping hard with a giant broom to fill the prophecy.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE NEW BOTHAROUGH'UN; Or, BOTHA'S SURPRISE PACKET. (After Orchardson's Picture of Napoleon on hoard the Bellerophon on route for St. Helena.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

THE NIEW BOTHAROUGH'UN ; Or, BOTHA'S SURPRISE PACKET. (After Orcliardson's Picture of Napoleon on hoard the Belleroplion ca route for St. Helena.) The Government of South Africa have sent, as a present to the Mother Country, the ten men whom they regard as their leading undesirables. Like Nap. of old these leaders all tried bard to rule the roost, To 4,kid" tho workers hard they tried vrith blustering and boost: But soon they found (this silly band) tho bite they could not chew. And Botha packed thom off to herd with Eritain's spawn and spew. Napoleon was a mighty man, and might have won the world; Fate was the only circumstance 'gainst which he vainly hurled; But these poor stupid blunderers had not his force or wit, And had no weapons for tho fight save spluttering r_nd spit. In England now they fumo auri fnss about their awful lot, While in Hyde Park as circus clowns they spume their bally rot.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SEATS IN THE GARDENS. VISITORS DENTED COMPORT. Must Sit in Glaring Sun or on Damp Grass. Wasted Space: Smaller Seats Wanted. Why Not Chair-hiring System? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

I SEATS IN THE GARDENS. i ————■— j VISITORS DENTED COMPOET. ♦ Must Sit in Glaring Sun or on Damp j Grass. I Wasted Space: Smaller Seats Wanted. I Why Not Chair-hiring System? I Ore thing that immediately str-koa a visitor to any at Melbourne's parks or gar j tlfciis, and winrh has long b"en a source <'>f compliant by tr<-queuteis ;h.-n-oi. is 1U0 m ••irica-m Hi'iuiiu n.-'.'oiiiuit-ilaiioii p.oviued by tin; po-.vrs that be. In.ihe fits! place, Un seats aro oil to bo found out in th-r op.n. None have h"en plarc-il in any of tin.* snady nooks that make parks ami s»ucb-hke open spaces so attractive, becjus-' the wowsvr \\hu=o whin.ng wail penm-tups every.bin;; has onjured up stariliug ris.ons of concu piscent rapers and all sort* ot th.ngs ih.it shouldn't be. But do »poony couples who wish to secreto themseiu-s in secluded spo h *bun them because there nr.v ::o s-at> thcrer Certainly not; and a-t the wowstrs haw not yet, sown such nooks with broke.u gh»M bott...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HUSBAND'S SHOCKING BRUTALITY KICKS HIS WIFE ON THIGH, And She Is Put on Crutches for Months. Brunswick Bench Considers £5 Tine Is Sufficient Punishment. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

HUSBAND'S SHOCKING BRUTALITY KICKS HIS WIPE ON THIGH, j And She Is Put on Crutches for j Months. • | Brunswick Bench Considers £5 Tine Is • Sufficient Punishment. i James Morris Carrol! was the defon- ; f!unt in u ease of alienee] wile assault J lieard at Bruns^ick on 1-Viday lt*Mt » week, before Messrs. Lord. Downes. and Fleming, .Is.I1. Th»' complainant was Sa rah Winifred Carroll. a young "woman •who appeared to be in Celieate health. Defendant did not appear. Sergoanr McLaughlin. who conducted fho prosecution. said the case had been delayed from beinjj adjudicated upon owing to the ill health of Mrs. Carroll, due tcy the brutal treatment meied out to her by her husband. On January •5 last Constable Carey was called into 'the house occupied by the couple at ubout S p.m. Mrs. Carroll said she had been assaulted and severely injured by 3ier husband, llcr appearance to the constable bore out her story, and he rang up for a St. .lohn's ambulance, und hud her takc-a to the Melbourne H...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SENSATION AT SEA. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND HOBART, Saloon Passenger Publicly Flogged on the Mokoia. Attempted Disgusting Offence. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

SENSATION AT SEA. BETWEEN SYDNEY AND HOBAIMP, Saloon Paasengor Publicly Flogged on tho Mokoia. Attempted Disgusting Otfence. A eondutiotiiil ami :iltogi-ti>»'r inexplic able incident happened «m hoard the 8.8. Mokoia on her voyage from Sydney to IFobtirt, which terminated on IViduy, March G. For some unexplained ronton, tlie matter litis not been reported to tho police, and it has not yet received any publicity. Tot what transpired on tho night of Wednesday, "Mnreh 1. w:is per* I fectly well'known to every man on tho .ship, and wna the principal topic of con versation during tbo remainder of tho voyage. In. point of fact a young man PUBLICLY FLOGGED in tho UrsT-cluss saloon before .11 o'clock at 'night in front of sonif 40 perMOnsy including tho purser of tho ship and one of tbo officers, mid, though be streamed likt> a woman for help, no one moved a muscle to int"r fore. Hid oflfenco waft such thnf tho punishment of flogging was too light to I meet tiU erime. Hut flogged ho w...

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

MENTIPLAY and SON HERBALISTS. Established 1876. We Cure the following Diseases:— Hydatids I Bright's Disease. Liver and Blood Diseases | Marasmus. EOTAXIC LOTION. for VARICOSE VEIN'S. BAD I.EGS CCTtF.D. JULD OPERATIVE I'lLI.S. I COUGH KKMKUY. JA1-, LOTION, for Cataraet. I llOTVNIC lilCltEDV, for Inward Blectbn; WNGWOitM. WORM SVRL-r. which Cures Thread and I PILES I'lLLS. TILE OINTMENT. m.-n,Ks>t'- Worm, etc. I HAIR RESTORER, which is Most Roll KT.IU E TONIC, for Weakness, etc. > able. -IONIC I'lLI.S, for Weakness. 1 Also Other3 Too Numerous to Mention. tETTEKS DAILY CONGRATULATING US ON THE CURES WE HAVE EFFECTED. HYDATIDS ON THE LIVER. "To W. JIENTIPLAY and SON, 1G8 Ilourke-slrect, Melbourne. 1 am very pleased to acknowledge with jjreat praiitinle the wonderful cure, yc.u rlfccted on nv witr- rmot fourteen years' illue" She had beeu under treatment by • IX doctors, who came to the conclusion that she had a tumour, and had decided to operate on iier, bin, luckily, before eons...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. AN UNNAMED RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 March 1914

TOPICAL, TAPS OIV TAPPABLE TOPICS. AN UNNAMED RAILWAY STATION. The Railway Department issues tickets frotu and to flinders-street, Melbourne, but bow is a stranger to know when he roaches that station? Only by asking u fellow traveller, for theie is no sign or name to show what or where the place i9. .\t fen cer-street, and, in fact, at every other station in the S;ate there are signboards galore, and the name of the station stnrcs at one from the lamps and the sents, from apparently every conceivable place it con Id , possibly lie branded, but at Flinders-street ! there is nowln n- about the building, plat- I forms or precincts anything to sho\v,thit it j i> whit it is. Wer-- it a terminus l!kf Ccn- I tml Ration, .Sydney, it would be difl'erent. : but several suburban train services run ripiit ■ through Fliudfrs-strect, and any stranger i not knowing at what station ho has arrived i is liable to be ovM^arrrVd. The railways are for the convenience of visitors as well of ' those w...

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

<Jiie> 'ijffw dati&^ie/C unifu i^ovut jt&a, ? ■ nwt yovu dfixruJlcC ^ .fVO'B'UtR.,

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

TERRIBLE TOFFS. The insolvency examination before Judge \ Moule the other day emphasises once a^jin ' the trident fact that a terrible lot of Mfei- > bourne's citizens who are pTa&clng round iu 1 the guise ot top-notchers ar»» genuine squirts 1 —skim niifk of the porest quality tuasquer- j udiug as cream. As u man of the world, the ! Judge oi iho Insolvency Court has got this ! I vaiu crowd sized up pretty accurately, lie I | reckons that a big proportion of the motor ; : cars running about the city are purchased : on bills, and generally thai, thinyg aren't ; what thuy stem by a Ion? sight among the ! would-b'/s and counterfeit high-stepper?. ; The opinion from this judicial quarter isn't . far wrong, either. When you any \ alleged toff in tony clobber and a real 0111- \ aud-outer of a motor car, it i* as likely as : not that he is dodging his tailor and the ; garage xnanagev. Halt of these spurious 1 aristocrats are fine followers of their groat ■ exemplar, Dick iswivel...

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

ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN AND MOST-BRILLIANT PUBLIC..SCHOOL TEACHERS row retired, write! of the vilce of The 'following is a testimony to the curative and nerve-restoring powers of this medicine, given by Miss A. M. CARDWELL, 44 Coree," Booih Street, Annandale. One cf the roost brain-racking and arduous of duiies is that of public school teaching, the constant strain on the nerves sod general braio-tax making n'Tvous break-down and insomnia common ailments amongst the r^olc or.d file of public school teaches. Miss Cardwell has been far over 30 years an active and s brilfcttt csaaiple of her profession, having bfld many high appointments ia ihe Educational Department :~ CLBCTE TONIC LTD. "The ever-consta&t strain OS the nerves of a Public School Teacher soon bih^A od a )ow state of the whole ayrJem. 2a my case it was overstrain io tekctog. and mental worry tkfougb family bej-eavemeots. I 'tad been tairng medicines, bat seeiaf Cleiaesti Toafc advertised, 1 tried one »b&11 ...

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