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MAY MARSHALL'S MARITAL MISERY. ALLEGATIONS ANENT AN ILLEGAL OPERATION. Emphatically Denied by Young Wife "Bludger Bill" Runs from Trouble. Claim for Maintenance Succeeds. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

MAY MARSHALL'S MARITAL MISERY. . ALLEGATION S ANENT AN ILLEGAL OPERATION. • Emphatically Denied by Young Wife •'Bludger Bill" Huns from Trouble. Claim for Maintenance Succeeds. More ihan ordinary interest w;u >.bnwn • it a itiaiiiteHaii-v at th<- Vit/tov ( wurt on lie 19th i»«.. wh-.-n .Mav Kti/ah-th EWie Marshall, aijed 19 .varf. mkJ li-r hii>han'l. Sycin«r John >hu>hail. |,*-r s.-«i0r l»r 12 The juvsid in;: < w-t- -1. r.ritf? (chairman,. am! .1. 1.. Sir uUWu. Mr. S. StppljMJ :ip|..-ar,-l f,r th~ ui:V. un.l Mr. 3.. Ko^truju for ih.» h'Khahd. The complainant. a vr\ ^oocin,j lit (K: girl, said thai. :i :»«•»' i L«- i r mania"'- dunu/ both uf ili. in |uii up ai her ma's byus, flvutod in differ'-ni hon^-s. \Vh<-u in Yumii' hjud striking 1i«t with Lis <Uncb"d f,vw« In Au-tx^t ]:im, her husband vioI-nUv Uv . sauh*"J h~r in Bourkf-streH. Ju.-t as a iYl'ow was coming to h?r as£:stauc<\ , h'-r husband sai'l that lie WOULD TE...

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

CUSTOMS. ("Tho Sultan has a royal wiiV and two | others. Though he is personally in favor of monogamy, be is forced to follow the cus- j torn of liis country."—Extract from inter view in local weekly with a core jost down from the Malay States.) Though you dole upon your wile, And with love for her you're rife, Tou must follow out the custom of the city That you're.living daily in, And from wjiich you draw your tin, So just hearken to the moral of tbis ditty. You tnay be proVit^ and just, I Though you feel as hot as must, I But monogamy you really mustn't follow, I Aiid to others it is bard, From its joys they all are barred, j Ev'ry Sultan has a harem, wide and hollow. Though a wowser you may be, If a Sultan you ate free, Even though it may jar on you very badly To possess a lot of wives, Who will plague you with their lives j Even if but one with passion you do inadly. ! I Eovo and cherish with fierce zest, | She must not be all—the beat, I For your country's custom has a settled ...

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

JOYOUS JINGLES. CONSISTENT. (Nellie Davenport mado her 88th appoar riico at the police court. Sbo pleaded io bo giveu another chance.—News item.) The beak's big eyes, In great surprise. Look scandalised Wben Nellie camo before him; Said be, "I've hccu You oft, I wecu, I t.uink you've been A few times 'fore the low'» limb." Within the dock, In tawdry frock, > Her phiz a mock, This lady fond of boozing, \Vith tongue in cheek, Said to tho beak. In tones quite meek, 'Yea, sir, my rep. J'm loring.* "But you'll admit I've inudi* a hit And riz a bit. Aud really I'm ron?istent. I'v- oft b-vn IWame of b»-. r. U! sbi'U » tear Upon my rol»» persistent. 'U socm: lib' Fa If, ttud to relate, That eighty-eight Times 1 have Gtood here blinking* But let me tree. And faithfully I'll stick to tea, And never more go drinking."

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

_/c5 Don't Neglect CATARRH r day further from perfect health. Old Father Time is cheeking your cnreof yourself rrith the Hour-Gloss of Li(o— dolay a day too long and you have only yourself to blamu for the conse quents. Do bo warned in time. You know what Catarrh is. with its humiliating and discomfortingsymp toms, A slight cold develops into a stubborn and protracted one, while the discharges from the nose are most offensive and annoying. As the inflam mation extends further up into the head and thedelicate mechanism of the oar is attacked, there isacontinual buzzing ond ringing in the ears, and frequently the hearing is partially or totally lost. Headaches are almost constant, with sometimes acuta pains in the eyes, and the nose becomes flo plugged lip that the patient must breathe through the mouth, whilo the filiiny secretions are forced back into the throat, requiring almost con tinual hawking and spitting to diplodge them. At certain Ftagen of the disease the oiior of the brea...

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

CMLlfll ALE ilaintains lis SUPERIORITY And Increases in POPULARITY. CASH ORDERS Buy Your EASTER and WINTER REQUISITES through'THE EXTENSION AGENCY at Cash Prices, and at the same time have the advantage of five months' credit. We offer better terms than are obtainable at any other office doing a similar class of business. THE EXTE^SiOPi AGENCY Majestic Theatre Suilciings, RlincJers Street. Phone S7r.n. Booklet on application. Local Manufacture. Therefore, f»rg¥©lX smob KtrtKLL. [ Made in AUSTRALIA by AUSTRALIANS.

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

WHOLESALE- 1 Price, Griffiths & Co. \ 516 Uttle Collins-street. c COMMON SENSE TO CURE RHEUMATISM Rubbing Will Not Clear the Poison out of the Blood.: A Woman who was in bed Crippled with the Complaint speaks of the value oi Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.. Moiv uivd women who Lave Rheuma tism waste mufu time in trying to rub the complaint away. If they rub hard eDough they create a certain amount of friction that causes warmtli in the af fected part, and imparts u certain amount of ease. Jn a short time, how over, the twinges and pains are as bad as ever. The complaint is deeply seated in the blood, and no amount of rubbing will remove the muse. Sensible people go a step further than rubbing, and en deavor to remove the cause of Rheuma tism. Many sufferers have found speedy relief in a course of Dr. Williams' Pinl; Pills. The principle of treatment with thin remedy is that they replenish the greatl.v thinned blood, tone the whole system, and enable it to cast out the acid that ca...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"A PERFECT HELL." "UNDER THE LAP" LIQUOR. In Lillie Buk Stleet. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

"A PERFECT HELL." fv "UNDER THE LAP" LIQUOE. y In Liilie Buk Stleet. Number 120 Little Boarl:o-<?tTCet— perhaps, of the many sly-swank shan ties abounding in thnt neighborhood, the most baffling from the police point of view—was subjected to the search light of officialdom in the City Court on Monday, when Licensing Inspector O 'Sullivan proceeded against certain Celestials, allegedly responsible for the conduct thereof, on various charges of illicit tratlic in liquor. The names of the defendants wen- Ah Youev. Ah On, yuong Duck, and Charlie Ah Hingi Then* were four charges of having sold liquor without a license prot'-'rred ngnin^. tlif three first-named defen dant*. and tv.v» charge* <-\" a\«l»ng and abetting againn Ah lling. Mr. I\ .T. Dwver, P.M., presided, and all the de fendants were represented by Mr. L">. C. Levy, instructed by Mr. P. J. Itidge Evidence as to the sale nf liquor r.n tho premises on various d'ltcs in .Janu ary and February was ton-Acre...

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

A BLOODTHIRSTY THREAT. J 'A Mother.'* .Mililura, inv,-i^ljS uqJinsi the i romjmlsory (ruining scheme under which ; s<?\iTaI >ni;inhi«rs of lurjjc b;u poor f;iinili»'S have hffii lined for missiny drill, ami <<»»«• . <-!iui. s: - "Ii some of the mm responsible for (hv prubi r-upons wer<« to como h<»'»* and , Hurk under 1 lw saiu<- conditions as these j }>o\h hare to, then would sec if they wouM I , «'ai« lo drill. Whal i» Australia coming to? I ; 'i'he members of Parliament will have th'. : women of Auntralia O^htin# not »*or votes', ' but for the freedom of their sons, and be i lieve me, they will not destroy property, | but those who are responsible for thec« pro. I ioratioiuL11

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PRESENTS TO CIRLS. ALLEGED STEALING AND RECEIVING. Two Girls and Two Youths Implicated. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

PRESENTS TO CIRLS. alleged stealing and receiving. Two Giils and Two Youths Implicated. j Ou Tuesday, in the City CouYi, Mr. P. J. | Dwyer, P.M., presiding, Lorraine Richard j Hyland, a youth of 20, until recently em ployed as a clerk at James McEwan, McLean J Bros, and Kigg Proprietary Limited, was i charged with tbe • theH of certain j goods. ibe property of ih- firm, between l .January 2 aud Match 17 of this year. A ; companion of his, another young ftdlow I named (leorge Edward JIay*om, was cbarsretl j with having received portiou of the property, ] valued at £3 3b. Kth<:l Routtle, u tailored, | was presented on a similar charge, tb'* value I of the ypoii in her eav being down at £4 2^-. whilst a iriend of hers, Kleauor Cal ler, barmaid at the Loudon Tavern Hot-l, Klizabeth-s; rei-t, was also accused of having received goods to the value of £14. Mr. i Sonenb'-rg appeared ou behalf of Hyiand 1 and llaysoru, aud Mr. Ilidgeway and Mx. 1 i»ri?n for tbe two girls. Detectiv...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DUO OF DAMSELS. INDULGE IN HIGH-KICKING AND OTHER THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

| DUO OF DAMSELS. INDULGE IN HIGH-KICKING AND OTHEP- THINGS. One nigln last week, wheu a section of ■ police were conveying a couple or' females | down Brunswick-street, onlookers were ■ i treated to a display of high-kicking seldom I seen off a variety stage. The particular high-kicker was a girl who was being escorts ! cd by Constables Phalp and Baguiey. Sud > denly, and without tbe slightest warning, ; she executed a sort of flip-flap, winding up by kicking the helmets right of? tbe beads ' of- her escort, .Phalp's With the left and Baguloy's with the right. The sequel to all j this took place at the Fitzroy Court on Mon-' day, wbsn Docie Quinlan, alias Elsie Ford, ; and Annie.Crighton were charged with using ; obscene language' and resisting arrest. Crighton was also, charged , with . baring, broken a pane of glass. ! The justices were Messrs. J.McMahon ; (chairman), E. T. Apps, and F. R. Chapman. Mr. N. H.Soneuberj; represented the girls. Richard John O'Brien, fruiterer. No....

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

FIRST SHO\y, 7—9. SECOND SHOW, 9-11. - of Fuller-Breimaii Vaudeville Circuit of Australia, and New Zealand. GOVERNING DIRECTOR BEN J. PULLER. General Manager for Victoria .. •• •• ♦« •• John Shclenliamer« Resident Manager W. Watta. Matinees, Y/ednesday and Saturday, at 3. Startling New Programme Next Matinee, Saturday, March 28. PEG AND THE LIMIT. The Funniest Act in Vaudeville. DAVIS, ALLEN, and DAVIS. Something Original Something New. Hi TROVATORE TRIO, In Burlesque Opera. RONDAS TRIO, Noveltv Cvclists. MCDONALD and GENEREAUX The Yankee Scot aod HU Lass. LACK and PORD, Kovolty Comedy Acrobats. GUXMANIM TRIO, Acrobats and Dancers. VERNON and SINCLAIR, Musical Sketch Arti.sts. POPULAR PRICES, 2/, 1/0, I/, and Cd. Plana open all day at Theatre. ;Plionc for Reservations—Central C£?31. TWICE NIGHTLY VAUDEVILLE. Daiit iz&vVthv j TW1CE NIGHTLY VAUDEVILLE.

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

"Pinnacle of Tai To be "Loudon" Tailored is to be up-to-date—to be suc cessful. Clioose from our new fabrics—magnificent patterns and brilliant shades. Products of the world's best looms have come to us here ready for you this Easter. Each Suit will excel in style, quality, value, and finish. It will be perfect in, its minutest detail, even to the smallest trimming. We recognise that upon the construction of the inside of the Suit depends its life and utility. This is thoroughly safeguarded for you if you get a "London" Suit this Easter. Write or call for Patterns. Each Suit is fully guaranteed to please or money is at once refunded. M LONDO OPPOSITE G.P.O.; Flinders Street, City; 8 ©hapeB Street, Frahiran. P. S. MEYERS, Manager. TEAS orr SPECIAL COUPON. POST NOW. Tho LONDON" STORKS I.TD. Opp. G.P.O., Melbourne. Please post me by return mail your handsome twelve-page Fashion Book, elaborately printed in colors, con taining a large selection of new season's Patterns. Please also send...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MAFFRA MAN'S MONEY. HELD BY FLINDERS-STREET TAILOR. The Googies Restored. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

iVSAFFRA MAN'S MONEY. HELD BY FLINDERS-STREET TAILOR. The Googics Restored. Alfred Barring Brighton. proceeded r.?a-.usi DttTld FmnV.el, I'-'ituyriv o: the Commonweal (.'uuijjiiuy. fl;.ivk:s-5*.ren. uu }ar:enr a> ha-.k" . w:l~evu .W.r.-mlf r 2?, 1915. and March 21. 1914. ,y. to- sum ut £-j. Mr. P. J. fiffy.,: P.M.. pr^ided. Mr. A. Sh»:i;.ui: im-:tru< u-i 1\ Wei-ail and CrantK-:) ;.jr Biur:r^ion. 3." [ IJr. W. G. l!aiic)i'.'bi'.'r Th- tacts or the case, briefly. we.-* that Matfra. oiico to town vr-th his v?a_«.;* vhcon,. tor £15 9».. r.nJ purchase<1 a suit ut Fiankcl's plae* .A busmen for £5 9s. He- had nu other ready injnov. o: Tv:v ktjit. sj Frunliel -c.evted ibe cLfc.ii:.,- sJbV1-'1 to :■ ?oir tiirouj.'li th- bank. U,- a-ievw to send on f'ic bX-aucf- 10 nravid-i the clu^Uf t'Jrnoi ou: to bi- uil r.':h:. A few duvs laur Harrington called und was paid £.5 on account of thy balance ot £12 owing w'.i cii was to b«- fo-wirdrd to him .it Middle JJr:'»ht&...

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

OUR WHITED SEPULCHRE. "The dirt, the siiasior, the degradation to ho seen within a few yards of the leading streets of the 'queen city' are a disgrace to the corporation." —News Item.

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

CHALLENGE. I MTXRPIIY CHALLENGES '1'H w I WORLD ! TO CUBE INTERNAL AND 1 EXTERNAL BLEEDING PILES. Permanent Curv. JistubJjshed 1891 ' MURPHY'S PILE PILLS, Non-aperient. I Haro Cured Thousands of Cases, tome ' after suffering over 40 years. Made and .Sold by A.NDHKW MUUPHT, \N oy Woy, N.ij.NV., Sole Proprietor ' Trice in. per boi, or a course of 8 boie« £1. All Postage Free. On Sale at all,Choroids, Druggist!, anil btorekpepers throughout tho StatM.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MAN'S INHUMANITY TO MAN. THE CASE OF HENRY HILL. Who Broke His Neck, But Still Lives. Wife Complains of Callous Treatment. Fellow-Workers. Refuse Financial Assistance Because He Belongs to Another Union. "Expert" Builders' Laborers "Stand On Their Dig." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

| MAN'S INHUMANITY TO MAN. THE CASE OF HENJtY HILL, { Who Broke His Neck, But Still Lives. ' Wife Complains of Callous Treatment.' Fellow-Workers. Refuse Financial Assistance Because He Belongs to Another Union. ' "Expert" Builders' Laborers "Stand On Their Dig." j I Passing interest was manifested j about fi»vo weeks ago in tho easo of « . , man who bud broken his neck and still , lived. This was Henry Thomas Hill, of i 10 Derby-street, Collingwood, who was reported by the day-lien to bo "doing; well," but his wife has since mnde a complaint to ''Truth" of callous treat- I rnent by those from whom something different might certainly have been ex- t pected. i Hill had been employed on a new | building at tbr Richmond electric light j works, the r-ont rm-turs for which v.-erc Luff tin'] Son, the junior member of ibe firm being in charge of the job. A Judder by whi^h he hail reached thi» second floor having been removed, Ilill scrambled i.ov.ii r-ome scaffolding, and then jumped the h...

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

P.C. SHARP Of nil th" plain-clotho* crips there aie, Tliiri c-hup ^ the daddy of 'ein ail, He knows all noints that can be known, And is alert at duty's call. Jii Caiiloii with his I\C. pal— Campbell is the pal we mean - H«> shakes the slump aud shaniiri uji. To k' > |i hi.s di?tricr fairly dean. Th«' old saving thai a {.'\j>Uy t\>u»cieiii« needs n<j af'UKrr. i> bfcomin;; raUier cr<t• • ij.,wuda\s, winti alibis are trotted out for nearly everything under the sun. It is al lowed. too, thai th»- jiroffsioual ulibi> ar<> beginning to cut rutins, and *il! sooner or later be down to their original uiritl, M?en in a baa tor »ixp«Ace.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TASMANIA'S POLITICAL CRISIS. THE ULTIMATE OUTCOME. Labor Timidity the Trouble. Bold Stroke for Democratic Reform Would Upset Balance. The Evils of Both Sides Trimming. [By Wire.] HOBART, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

TASMANIA'S POLITICAL CRISIS. THE ULTIMATE OUTCOME. Labor Timidity the Trouble. Bold Stroke for Democratic Boform Would Upset Balanco. Tho Eril9 of Both Sides Trimming. [By Wire.] ,Tr:m "TruthV Tfl«nanian Correspondent.^ HOBAJIT, Wednesday. Wlien Parliament met to-day the Clerk of the Assembly read the resig nation of Speaker Evans. That left the Liberal Government with .15 members and the Labor Opposition ■with 15 mem bers. The Government would not nomi nate a Liberal t" the Speakership, which would have left the Liberals in a miuority. Mr. Karle, the Leader of' the Opposition, thrn *uid he regretted that th«» .iboml Oo\ eminent was un able to c irrv on th« hu^iiu'ss <»t* the country, : mt iiorninut >d Labor Member Woods to the Speake iiouplv elect ship. Mr. Woods was unani •d. Premier Solo mon then said tho 0 Dvernor would re ecive a deputation, and the election of the new .Speaker would be announced at noon to-morrow, lie moved the ad journment of the House. Labor Le...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SORROWS OF THE SWAINS DAIRYMAN'S DOMESTIC DISCORD. Beer Drinking Extraordinary Alleged. Seventeen Pints Before Breakfast. Maintenance of Wife and Children Ordered. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

ISCfRROWS OF THE SWAINS DAIRYMAN'S DOMESTIC DISCORD. Beer Drinking Extraordinary Alleged, Seventeen Pints Before Breakfast. , Maintenance of Wife and Children Ordored. Francis Swain, proprietor of the "Clutba Dairy," Iang»strcct, Clifton Hill, ftppcnrcd on summon* boforo thp Collingtrood Court on Wednesday, charged with having left his MRS. SWAIN. wife, Barbara Ellen Swain, and two chil dren, Constance and Frank, without m<.aii3 of support, Mr. J. F. Fyfle prosecuted on behalf gf complainant, and t-b* husband was represented by Mr. J. J. Carroll. The jas« t.ices were Messrs. W. John3 (phainnan) and J. Lac?. Mr?, Swain told a sorrowful tale, and put down all her misery to licr husband's fond new fo~ pints of beer and his blasphemous tongnp. She now stayed with her children at her brother's house, at 32 Myrtle-street, Clifton Hill. Ono day, after her hnaband had called her a lazy old —, he gripped her by the back of the neck and arm, and pat her out of the house. During the...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOBACCO WORKER'S TROUBLES. The Separation of the Smiths. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 28 March 1914

TOBACCO WORKER'S TROUBLES. The Separation of the Smiths. At the Fi-zxoy Court on Monday, William Franci.^ Smith, an employee at Cameron's tobacco factory, .Swauston'Street, was charged witu having Wt his wife, Harriet Smith, and chili, .Leslie Thomas Smith, with out means of support. The wife* "was represented by Mr. J. B. Kidston, anil tbo husband by Mr. N. H. Sonenborg. Harriet Hinith, who resides with her mother ut N'o. 44 ildler-street, North Fitz roy, stated that, she was married on April 19 of last jear, and their hoy was five months old. Until a niont-h ago her hus band also r(cid'.-d with witness ut her mother'*, bat he cleared out. On'- night he cam" home drunk, stayed outside, started cursing and sweuring, and declared that he had been locked outside. , The defendant satid he would make a home I for his wife, and .the case wa» adjourned for I lira <Uj». 1

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