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INSPECTOR EASSIE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

INSPECTOR EASSIE. This is Eassie—easy man, Who always does the best he can To keep the city of Fitzroy Free from all that does annoy. An officer of health is he. An smart as ever smart can be, And down ho comes like tons of bricks Oil all of those who play him tricks.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE CRITIC [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

V»hc tui tmdaui.t*d fcrw* tlW Critic'* raje? Or uote unmoved his mention in tbi Otitic-® page, rarade his. errors in Jtha public eye, And Uother Grundy'* ive d*fyt Ee-rolting—Electricity. The wedding air—Shoo fly. * . ♦ ♦ Ha* iU hardships—The sea. * To divorcees—Never dis-pair. A quod-wrangle—A gaol row. * * * Men of metal—Stoaebrcakers. Jonah felt down in the mouth. ' Advance Australia! More loans. Position is nine points of the law. SiH'y—Peeping through the ■winder. "Hewers truly"—Our woodchoppers. A fool and his wife are soon parted. * * * The loafer is not the country's idol. * * * Tie ship captain 6iepra by his—tars. The glass of fashion—Beer, a big 'un. A einny-cure—The skypilot's (p'raps). Hypnotism is bat a tranco-formation. • * # Tho wool exporter goes bale for himself. Trebles never come singly in 'oss raang. * * * It's tha thief who takes in' this country. An ante-room—Where the wages are paid. It's a water-famine that makes u* a panic in. ♦ * * . The Hide merchant likes...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MUMMERANDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

Allen Doone, "the broth Sv a bhoy," who?e 1 sinking and acting would elm mi u, wooden > xmu^r<,» has only another wed: to run at : the Princess's. For the remainder of the J v'ason, commencing on Saturday wight, "Barry of Uallymorc'' will be staged. I Two cycling acl3 arc high in favor at the ' Tiroli—tho sensational buzz in mid-air by ; the Tom Davis Trio, and the skilful exhibi- > Uon by tho Daunton Shaw Troupe. With ; Sara Stern, tho Waterbury Bros- and Ten- , ney, and other stars, the present bill 13 a i good one. j Hoyt's have it. What? The long pro gramme at a low price. The special fea tures of nert week's bill will be ''Shadows of Life" and 'The Cipher Message." Melbourne'.* first revue season will com mence nn Saturday evening ut H< r Majesty's, whrn "Coin/- Over JI<-re," the latrsl, ^uye-t frivol Australia has «<cn, will be produced. The whob- idea h entirely novM. and h «a!d to bp entraneinijly ^ntertaininvr. '"On Our S^le...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TYRANNIGALLY TREATED TEACHERS. AN INDICTMENT OF THE SYSTEM. "Junius" Gives the State a Jolt. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

! TYRANN1GALLY TREATED ! TEACHERS. ; AN" INDICTMENT OF THE SYSTEM, j "Junius" Gives Uie State a. Jolt. The F.ducation Department is attacked by fictionary bauds frurn without and by dis satisfied public servants from within. How long can the system withstand such a cross fire of destructive criticism:' This is a quex ; tiou that the Premier, as well as every | private politician wilhio the State, will ; shortly have to auswer. Things can't go on : as they are much longer. They have reached ! a pitch when something must happen. | According to the indictment of cue | '"Junius," a teachc-r iu the back-blocks, who 1 has issued a pamphlet entitled "Life of a Country Teacher," the Department is per meated witb-diisatiafttcuou from within. All parents should at ©uce inquire vhetuvr the conditious described iu the pamphlet apply to their local schools. The case of "Junius" is expressed iu terms which are concrete. For uo apparent fault of his own be ban suffered yc-ars of departmental and p...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MARYBOROUGH HOSPITAL. Complaint Against Management. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

MARYBOROUGH HOSPITAL. Complaint Against Management. The Maryborough District Hospital com mi live took up a spiwless attitude at its last I ui<>etin£ in connection with the death of -a I boy of 13 years named Joseph Wenmouth. who died in the institution from appendicitis on February 8 last. Tue committee had be- I fore thera a letter from the deceased lad's father, Joseph Wenmouth. a well-known , resident of Timor, who. judging from the lone of his epistle, suffered extreme mental agony as the result of tb" death of his hoy under circumstance? which he allege* could have been avoided. Wenmouth st-atf* ihat in his aniiety to Icani his son's condition. }je called on February 7 at the residence of Dr. Deane, the house <=urjoon at the hos pital. who informed him that the patient i wa* doiisy well. The matron ot the in«ti- j tution ^uve h'm a similar consoling assurance. Later on he received :i messap- that hi? Lo> j was very ill. and next day he died. The' be...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

| VARICOSE ULCERS FOR YEARS. Too Severe for Doctors to Cure—•• Remarkable Zaia-Buk Healing. Further proof of Zum-Bux's remarkable healing power over rripplitiir leg ulcers hu* ; juut come to band from Auckland, N.Z. It .concerns Mrs. ,1. Ojjden, Uniou-.^lrcl,, Vihit : for niue yours was in a crippled and helpless ttai'". j 'Ten years ago," mjs Mrs. 0-«Jen, "] bud ; th** misfortune to burst a varicose vein in ' my right leg through giviag it a nasty knock. Ulceration £«H in, atid *oon the limb became highly inflamed. The ukers got bigger and ; bigger, and the constant pain made my exist - 1 fiicn a rnis'.ry. .it uigbi I would to>* about i in fearful agony, wi^liiut: for the <-ud ci , evprything. There were periods, oft«-n for ' 1 tbre« months at a time, when 1 Jar<> not put i my foot to the ground. • . 1 "For years I was under mcdical men. and, ! in different towns, during my long period of j jsuffering L mu3t have hod altogether about. | twelve different ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LET THE LASH LIE! PROTEST AGAINST PERPETUATION OF SAVAGERY In Proposed Flogging of Young Wilde. Yarra Bank Mass Meetings. Mr. John Norton to Address City Demonstration. Organising Committee Appointed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

LET THE LASH LIE! PROTEST AGAINST PERPETUATION OF SAVAGERY ' In Proposed Flogging of Young Wilde. Yarra Bank Mass Meetings. Mr. John Norton to Address City Demonstration. Organising Committee Appointed. Another mass meeting, even more largely j attended than its predecessors, was held on tho Yarra bank last Sunday afternoon in furtherance of tho limitation to prevent the flogging of young Wilde, and also to secure an amendment of the statutes so that thero may bo no possibility of any member of the judiciary in future forgetting that he lived in tho allegedly enlightened twentieth ecu tury, and ordering the use of an instrument of torture revolting to all ideas nf humanity and cormnonsense. Mr. J. \V. Fleming re ported that, the r-o-operalu-n of Mr. John Norton, which had h.'-n sought, had been most readily promised hv tbut t'«*ar]/<s<% friend i of the pf-ople, ,'ui.i that arrangem-iiu bad been immediately -it in train for a public na-ning to b,. held in a env ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

iTANDARD HAND MADE 100,0(10,000 SMOKED annuai.lv, \RE & When Face to Face With Such k Chance As This. ,ft®P I)0!?*T MISS IT. / The lir.n shipment of uiv new sea- ^ arrived, and for quality hfc and ucsi{;us they are a wonderful lot rrevcr before have I been able to nhow such a urge raugo of thene particular j.ociis. They comprise the newest shades in plain and striped Browns and . Greys, also a bis range of various -hades and designs iu ALL WOOLLEN WORSTEDS. My price is still the same, although the goods are worth double th? price. SAC • >."/ TO SUIT t»0>/- MEASURE. SEEING IS BELIEVING. Call in or Write for S.M. Torm, Tape, and Patterns at once. ALL ONE PRICE. W. H. BRUCE, The" People's Tailor, 159 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. iw 3 3 ■'1 ] ^'■'v ',y, 11 o cmq b £ 'AVOY. 55 on, Nos. 304-30G LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Next Royal Arcade). MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE. completely KEJIODELLED. LUXUKIOUSLY FURNISHED. CUISINE UNPARALLELED LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, SUPPERS. TAELC duote ot A LA ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
COPPER AND MOTORIST. WAS A BRIBE ACCEPTED. Constable Simpson Charged. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

COPPER AND MOTORIST. WAS A BRIBE ACCEPTED. Constable Simpson Charged. | A case that i* exciting considerable in- | 1 torcsl in police circles on account of wliat i is fdt to bo the hijjb-handod setjon of the ; department in cJlrctiir,' the arrest, was bp- ! fore tbp City Court Bench on Wednesday. ! when Police Constable Oswald Victor Simp- ' son was charged with a broach of duty in i ! bavin- accepts! u pecuniary hrib-. Mr. P. : .1. Dwyer. P.M., presided, and Mr. N\ H. 1 SoDonher^ defended. I The lattor voiced the feeling currcut amon^ < j the defendant's confreres when be asked De- i I teetrv*.* JUtbell why Simpson, who is a inar- j j ried man, liad not boon proceeded against by | criminal summons. To which J-'tbel! stated i that he did not know. as. hv had not acved ! on his own volition, but under official in- i i stnictions. j | Ethell had previously told th.- court that, ! i in company with. Deteclitc R. P. Brennan, • 1 he had arrested Simpson on the previous day, Jt...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LECHEROUS LIQUOR LURKS. BILKING BARMAIDS & BANEFUL BLUDGERS. Cash Collared by Concupiscent Cheats. LICENSED BILK SHOPS EXPOSED. Up to the Authorities to take Immediate Remedial Action. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

BILKING BARMAIDS & BANEFUL BLUDGER8. Cash Collared by Concupiscent Cheats. LICENSED BILK SHOPS EXPOSED. Up to the Authorities to take Immediate Remedial Action. I Despite the boasted effectiveness of J the Licensing Act Smelbiu yet .supports j a lurge number of hotels which, al ; though outwardly imposing, remain 5 a serious menaco to the safety of j the community. Harbors of drunken ' ncM, brawling, thieving, bilking, and j other vices are allowed to exist, to the ' shame of a floe city and to the dis ! grace <>f the incompetent authorities : who art* Hiiftpo.-stMj to regulate the driuk : tratlie. Most of ihctu do little or no j i legitimate trad»i: they are nothing more j uur loss tlian naps tu attract, foolish; > men with money to spend. Simpletons \ l.ntKll INTO IVl'OXTCVnON' j :iuil robbed by devious methods. Over ^ | the opeu doors of these lurks may he j j seen, under the mime of the pubUyltn tor his wii'e. the words, "Licensed isc j tuuller/' Liceufe...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LIQUID. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

LIQUID. [ fThc-rr has been a beer strike at Bull-! i illicit, W'.A.—N'ews itein.) I Though fizz some quaff, I Yet others scoff. And reckon it> queer, That cores will drink 'Ti« mad they think Aught else but loved beer— This liquid causes them a thrill, / Come, let us take a lengthy swill. At Bullfinch they 1 Hate banked their par. ( Tbcy reckon beer too dear: ) The bun§3 ■with gloom j Surrey" each room • I That once held lots of beer. ! The pot* on counter* stand around • i In pmpty gloom-— ther* i* no sound; Though brandy is Demanded, bi* Is slack. The bung a tear Sheds o'er the til! . That ■srill not fill Wiih dough derived from be<-r. • The blowflips on the ceiling hum— j The bung is feeling very glum, j 0! thirsty souls Hound dump1; und hole? In sad array do p*pr, \ Upon tho pub Their f-arthlr hub ! The place that hold.; thfir bc».>r. Abo?t' vbr- sun does iiercely babe And they th._* slrikf would Jove 10 br-.-ak.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
IRVINE IN A TIGER'S SKIN Scares the Public Donk. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

IS THE NAME 0? THE VERT LATEST TALKING MACHINE. | They wo Cor use on emy malio of disc, I needle-cut records, and ate far superior to ] any otter ncedfo, for ouch ono will PLAT 10 REOIVDS: find the? are guaranteed not to injure .re« cords, but to improve tone, reduce, scratch' hip, find generally improve and picterpo record. TRICE, la. PEft TACKET. TRY A P ACKET OP PET1CECKY NEEDLES NOW. THE CENTREWAY, 259 Collins Street, Melbourne. Elastic "a Stockings, For VAMOOSE VEINS KNEECAP & ANKLE OTPP0KT9. ROUND SHOULDER BRACES, 4b. Pair. Postod to Any Open Friday oTeniutrs till 'Phono 465G. T. ROPER, 256 SWAN'STON ST. j (Nunan'a Buildin?s>. 7 dooro from Hospital. "Lincoln=Stuart" Tailored for 55s. !| Every Garment just as you'd w^h it to he I >n Cut, Tit and T-'nish—Guaranteed in fact j under penalty of a full refund. Your choice | from a really Magnificent Suiting Range, fealivrinc t*o pck Bro^n, C.Vct. C.roen aivl "Wf-'J?wood <(3rey-Blue) grounds in Ihe Fashionabl...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"WHITE" AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

"WHITE". AUSTRALIA. "White Australia be hanged," said the returned Nor-West Australian, "it is one of the political yelps that amount ^o nothing. I have been all over Aus tralia in the last couple of years,- and what I have seen has satisfied me that the politicians who howl about a white country for white people, and say we have it, don't know anything about the true condition of things. Chinese con trol tho wholesale fruit trado of Syd ney; Italians handle the retail business; Greeks have a monopoly of the fish trade all over Australia; .Taps and Chows do tho bulk of the cook ing and laundry work of the big cities; most of tho furniture sold in the time payment places doing business in the capitals is turned out of Chow work shops; Malays are working tho pearl fisheries, and Italians are in tho mines and on the wood-cutting contracts of the Western State to the exclusion of j white wage-earners. In Broome (W.A.1 j tho Jap runs the laundry where the ! washing for'the white women of...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY, MARCH [?] 1914. TOM MANN'S MISSION TO SOUTH AFRICA. Its Real Motives and True Meaning. WILL THE WORKERS BOYCOTT BOERLAND? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

; SATVRDAY, S1AW0H 2'V 1914. / ' ' ; TOM MANN'S MISSION : TO SOUTH AFRICA. Its Real Motives and True Meaning. WILL THE WORKERS BOYCOTT 60ERLAND? . ~T ■ • Tho send-olf given to Tom Mann on his departure from London, to stir up Ftrifo anew in S'Africa, looks very mtifh like the commencement of a comedy that mar have a fatal iinale. if not for Mann himself, then for others. The au^pfres under which this fearless arch-agitator of the British proletariats faros forth, is strangely significant of the present condition of Labor in Eng land and Africa. Here is the stormiest of stormy petrel? of the British Empire, uninvited by Labor leaders in both rountries, disavowed in England and looked at askance in South Africa, set ting out on his Syndicalist mission frith no nther recognition or benedic tion than that of three other discredit til, or disowned, Socialistic stormy pe trels—Geo. Lausbury, Victor Grayson, fLnd Ben Tillet. All three of this trinity are notorious, that is, well and •widel...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

DR. L. L. SMITH'S l'racliir. 71 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. CONSULTATION FKK (including two days' medicinc',, £1 K: liy J-tfr. Hi L. L. S1I1THS MEDICAL ALMANAC for 1914 just publislifi. l'rio THE PEOPLE'S HEALTH INSTITUTE, 14 NICHOLSON STItHET, NICAU VICTORIA 1WIIADK. Consultations Daily: 10 to 12.30 p.nl-.X to 4 p.m., 7 to 8.30 p.in. S.if.ir.-a yt: 10 1 p.m., 7 to 8.30 p.m. Consultation ana-Medicine, from 2s. Cd.; by .Mail, (ruin 5s. Quilpba's Treatment of Diabetes, Rheumatism, and (iout. Diseases Treated by Capable Stall LOST VITALITY RL...... VITAL VIGOR RENEWED, NERVOUS DEBILITY CUBED, Scfferers fro® Brain Fas. Weak Vitality, Melancholia. DtRpondeocy. at* wfao feel prematurely old aod woro ooi tod «eak aliorld take ALFALINE VITALITY PILLS'"«SSS*. BotUej fl/.j Courses 23/f, seat ano&served. Advice Pree. ALL CONTAGIOUS 8LOOC DISEASES CURED. Bri«aT7Troab!es,Strictare,Gra*eUC)eeU Discharges. Sorts nnd old cnnttiimloDal Blood Taint remored from the ayaten with ALFALINE BLOOD C...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A WHOLESALE BUTCHER. "Cabbie Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

A WHOLESALE BUTCHER. "Cabbie Jim" in London. LitU'u to uic Mister Norton, What Tin trlliiiff you, for mr« Do exceed in cold-blood b&dnc** What l'vo given you afore. It* concerning **f u matter Where the Cappers made a raid On a certain London chemist In llie wholesale Butcher trad®. You'U bo jiiin1 what's o chemist Doin* iu the Hutchcr came. When he shed be scUin' physic To the sick, the blind, the low©? Well the bloke us how 1 mention K»fts ft human slaughter pla^e, Where he do "treat" of young wimmcn For to "*ave them from disgrace." (Leastwise Sir, hu used to run it, Hut hp doesn't run it now; "For ho do be gone to Chokey For the present, anyhow.) 1 It weiy the Abortion business, j Which Sir. 'ju«t to put it mild) Make* a woman do a munbr ItutlkT than t<j hav<« a child. One an.J all, it ar>- the same Sir, Our Socii-ty ate mud. As ar«» -.iijirt'lied wii!i a<(ions— SoUie tf which aVe washed in blood. Score- <n' wv-rtv rum devic...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

-XjcubC i^asr 4>u^Cci&nt Ulxrtfwr uraA -6<tCcL jto mafijb crvitrr 250,000.000 ULjw of cjaod ■Atmmy.jtw } "THE PAIN IN MY BACK WAS ' ' VERY BAD, And I was so ill that I could hardly ^et up out of hed without help,." ! A KlClIMoM) RKSIIjKNT TESTIFIES. ^ "1 MilV'-fed with mv b.i'-k and kidiu-ys (ot ; the Ja-t five v'«ui'. an J tli.- pain* jii un ba.I, i wen- very bad indeed — in ju<-(. I heratm* -c ; ill that J liar illy up out of htd ii the morning without h-lp," writes iir Allan Wahon, 7G W'-llir.^ton-stn-et, £outl Kichiuuiiil, Victoria. "My Lack felt as if ii did not b'-ion^ to w»\ I could tun mooj . for the v,orld. I Lad tried al! kinds of pill I hut they only jjave Me r«lj».f for a litl I« j lime, and the pain Would tome back jusl a1 j l>ad as ev»r n^aln -in fact, it huh wors. , j until I sutf in a ehi-mi>t'.* -Imp Dr. Sheldon': j (tin 1'iHi, so 1 thought, 1 would K' t a ho; i to try. and si'-e what they would do tor and speaking the honest t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A KELLY GANG RESURRECTION. STEVE HART STILL SURVIVES. NOTORIOUS BUSHRANGER REGARDED AS DEAD NOW A RESPECTABLE FARMER IN QUEENSLAND. Exclusive Information to "Truth." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

A KELLY GANG RESURRECTION. . STEXE HART STILL SURVIVES. NOTORIOUS BUSHRANGER REGARDED AS DEAD NOW A RESPECTABLE PARMER IN QUEENSLAND. Exclusive Information to "Truth.", The recent news of the death of ex j Sergeant Steele, the "b»bby" who tired low and plnnted a charge *of buckshot ^ in Ned Kelly's legs on June 2S, 1SS0, | naturally has revived interest in the [ tragic history of the notorious Kelly j Gang. Almost every Australasian news paper which made refereuce to tin- pass- 1 ing of the old sergeant las recalled, ! briefly or at length, the dariug deeds yf | the Yietoriau desperadoes. "Truth/** j however, is in a position t«> go on^ bet- | ter than any other journal, and state, j on very reliable authority, that Steve J Hart, whi» in the eves of the law has . been dead for ::t years, and who was j one of the quartette wVnh comprised j the Kelly Gang. is STILL IN Til 11 LAND OF Till: [ LIVING. Furthermore, "Truth" has been given. 11 art's assumed name and eia» t ,;d- t dress, ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

How to. be happy on wash day : use

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