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'THAT AWFUL "AGE" AGAIN. Walloping Willie Watt—Whaffor? (To the Editor of "Truth.") [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
'THAT AWFUL "AGE" AGAIN. Walloping Willie Waft—Whaffor ? (To the Editor of "Truth.")' Sir,— Kriond nftor.fr'end departs; Who bath not lo^t n friend? There is no union bore of licarta That Imth not bore tin ond. Littlo TSillco Watt, now frantically struggling (for tho nremiership of bis association of political jugglers, has lost n friend. Tho union of political hearts that formerly existed between" himself nnd tho "Ago" hntb hero nn end. Now, the "Age" has nothing nico to say nbout Littlo 1'ilUo. Not onlv is Littlo IJilleo i left to tbo tondor mercies of infuriated \ Ks>ondon olectors, but tho "Agp" is j inciting nnd encouraging them to make Littlo Uilbv's -*o1itienl outlook particu larly blue on polling dav. In short. tbo ■ "Age" wants to see its lately-disowned 1 political brother "Watt relegated to tbo ; land a coney business, since ho throat- j ens to bo no longer subservient to , Syme^o influence in tbo political I sphere. | Timo was, and not so very long ago, ! when Watt wa...
BANNING' BOOKS. A Headmaster on Censorship and Sex. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
BANNING' BOOKS. A Headmaster on Censorship and Sex. Tho curious "corner" ii:u whicl I thoso who beliovo in the - ot books and newspapers lu • : &lt; • them solves is graphically illu .: by ft lottor from tho Headmaster of tho fa mous Eton School, which lottor appears iri tho London "Times." This gentleman is much perturbed at tho apjwarancu of books that deal with "sexual questions and problems." Eton School, by 'tho way, is ono in connection with which, BOtno years ago, beforo tho timo of the present Headmaster, thero was somo ecandal owing to tho statement being pubticly mndo thnt a certain disgusting \ and dobilitating vico had been discov ered to bo widespread air.one; tho bovs tliere. That, in the circumstances, tho ; present Headmaster >hould he much ex ercised mentally as to the influence that, books dealing with sexual matters may j bare upon hoys is perhaps, natural. Tile writer of tho letter pays that there "seems to he an idea abroad that if sexual questions an...
A HALF-TRUTH LIAR. (To the Editor of "Truth.") [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
A HALl-'-'i KUTii LIAR. (To tho lidilor ct "Truth/ ) i?ir,—ttvervone liiiods the "A^o' to be a chameleon of liu iicv;;c,t ami mov> uubfu.mirt;.; d\o. '1 ho j^i.uejal reader knows how that pa.sUu.iAKT at IH-Tvurtiii^ tun, 10 k* own ^.•.UslacljOn, pro\o that black is v.lnie. biiortl>, tlw whole community ;s a;;iVvd that ior twisting iruths tho p\ roloeiiuical Pro tectionist p.vjKM' i> a journalistic frcuk of special distinction, it has published many dead i,tron;; t\\i-»U in its carter or variola toil policy, hut .1 toiiies ,%"-t iu b^?>t tradition this weok and maint.iim its Jiif^ij reputation u.* mm ol tho 'half truth liais" that I>i?:*:■ »;lt u^d to do toit. As everyone knows, tho "Ajiv" is dominated hv a citv commercial en vironment. Its cn»i;mious howl for more Protection, scf-onahly and other wise. indicates how lovingly it. dotes on factory interests ami the liio. Whon Premier Watt tho oilier nijzht lot out that ho was in favor of "jiivintf tho producing interest...
LUNA PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
LUNA PARK. Some 50.000 victor* crowded Lima rnrk on Saturday aiti ruox-n, an.}, bru-rinj: the' Melbourne i.Mp »u-i«tih-.». p.«>«ibly ncv.-r any- : wbfrc In Australia Ins ?u-.h a fir-it. £ay, l:nj]|iy ihr. n;; of ply tnre---Tl:-m Wn i-'-i'ii . uml uas iin irnl« fcc-rlh^bly merry. oik\ Ti;-.- n»irii uf carnival »it:11 retimed sn» pr&lt; inr, uud Mtlboun.- c«-rt:iii:)y cowcs lip to i z[>f ctat:n «:iyv. i).;: iu apprt-ration of tuo intro i'iction mtj Australia of this rr.oJ- : fin nTiMis.Tririit p".rk. T'r.-i-v snow wa« run- ! }iL' to In? trj'.iid nt rach of the pr.nci- ! yul at'Mf't ons )i>::? ciUtu-? of pop!" were j p:it:on:!yr l.-.it ra;-rr!y, w:ut:n^ thiir turn. ! The ut'iiJ''iiris on the rnrtvrav were : voral t:nu c cvir it* carry")? cnpai-ity. j Jyitvirtriv v.:;s a r^pM itiors ot Rntinj Day ! uvA N-.v Vt-ar'f Dar. The park is novr jpvc-r*'l in tin. =-::on ot' tlx'- vcrM's ► rtiall'-at mnr.-irlnmc. On this inrt Me«srs. MoJi'V>7.n ;in'l Val^ri nHi-lv. VK-o^ing li...
MUMMERANDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
MUMMERANDOM. Julius Kuiffhv, supported by Mw Ireno | Brflwu nud a spcdnlly ch.s-n dmrnMic wra. pany, will "pain appear nt the Th®ntro Ttryul nu S;ilm%Uy, the opening r™llu«tion bciac tu« ot the ctcnlcst dramatic lucceaics I iu Angll i ho Froach Their contrul pcmlion, doubll.'M. it : nl.lc nsiet. but il il ' i:i,.I ,,.ulily of the I'Mi-'r.i lU-vlV I'iftureJ Hie Mccci cf fo i of tlu- - lained anywhere for the await* with a certain amount n—:uilic;p.Uinj: boredom—the on tho vaudeville hi which llarlon is nal dull for i It is 11 fiiir scn-iun j.i itriuilz, the o.htr &lt;3oi"s_iiic v.ii.lc l.cr tUeilv »>• a.,-> u band" for |,,r soup hub! !.■■: inn \'m&lt; jov of th.> iiioj-runitiiv i* tin: npi>K'i-«li l ;.'il lvim iIkiu in Uio Toih-v 11 ;iint' tr. jp.\ Ik' is worth a special ( Following on the phenomenally successful ' rciiv.il of ' TmnV lahin" at the Trij;. r*'>6, the (.ii or.'-' Wi!iov.;:hby Dramatic Com pany will in S .uinliiy (.v. niu^ appear in tin eu....
JESTER JERRY. Capers Down Queenstown St., Followed by Beer-Bitten Mob Looking for Fun, Who are Disappointed When he is Bundled Into Boob. Jerry in Jug as Clock Strikes Twelve. A Wail to "Truth" About "High-Handed Bobbies Who Did Their Duty. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
JESTER JERRY. Capers Down Q.ieenslown St., Followed by Bccr-!Siiten Mob Looking for i uu, Who are Disappointed When he is Bundled Into Boob. Jcrrv in Jug ns Clock Strikes Twelve* A Wi.il to "Truth" Abuut ''High Handed bobbies Who lJid Tnuir Duty. ' Truth'' j:ets suinc curijus letters at tiiLgi. The latest cour:. from tlas.jj iiml contains the inui^'nani. ruiniimit.ous uv a locul resident njfu.usi wuat u« urms Uu Uigu-baudcd actiou ot the policy iu j,uttiuy i* damper on what pioui.scu 10 by tuo ou.y ci citiuieui iu the jiiuco cu Nw Years tve. Ou ihut evcuiuij, apparently, the ui-O' amuse ment for the luiuer*. who «c:c ali oil work, was to wauuer i.'oxu pub to pub oud buiy beer. Kven iu.it may become u.guuiououi iu liuie, 6Q when, alter 11 och'e-, ihj Laso ct:e* osoed a weird V'U.-c in a ivjsa's clob ber mij wkb biackeued lace j,r.u;;uuj Uouti ibo street, ibey who^p u and boo-: coed With pee, and tallowed iu bis wake. iKwn tbo ttrvei ami up as-un thev wen*., v.ru:« the j-ub inspector ...
A Fiver's Worth of Love. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
A river's Worth of Love. i I '1 fi'.; v v.jvt *io ' I LnuiV why you | wou'l," cutuiuutd tin- -it is [ iu-caiiv; you art a cowari. Ai:y man must V would l;kl: a Uuiran li';e that. S .x ' ij.oMhs* hirl !.i!iof." .*« *«&lt;•.-• p.f was I I-.' out of i!m* not K-; rto where bis j wile wui with a .hild iu her arms. | ' L. i in.- k:s- my labv before 1 j-u to fe'ui»I," ; !*•.- auiJ.—Tuliic Cwurt item. i Ob. ivt me kiss utv tV.rliu^ babe, • | Ki r to iIk | r.KTi ct-!'l My wary Irjihv tli" c.-jc] Law Doih vaV.> ty 'have nnj w'd"; la-' ine einhrn^c 'hat imaijt priic, Kro I to "up :iIk vc"— LKj-s not irul) A liver's worth of luve! Tis true- that J may Jiclr my svit?, WiiU Itiruf aud boh-v.iiKd m-l, Vi*lil silt' rushc* fur near lif«. With sL*r»:ni:iA i*iio l'n»> itiul; 'Tis true tint I way buat Ikt rib*, An-i jfivc h&lt;-r punch and thoro— iiui. uh! I «Jotc upon -hi* mbtT— Th:* fmr's worth of love. Fcr v.hen I'd bpent tny u&lt; &lt;•! ».• screw, And life was...
EARLY MELBOURNE. Concerning Burke and Wills. A Keen Critic. No. 221. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
EARLY MELBOURNE. Concerning tturkc and Wills. A Keen Critic. (By "01(1 Chum.") No. 221. (All Rights KcaerTCd.) A lending Melbourne newspaper in tho year 1870 published "John King's Narrative of tbo Journey t-o tho Gulf of Carpentaria," taken down from the lips of the explorer. I have that narrative, and will submit it pre sently. Let me, however, first take tho comments of Reverend James Gilbcrlsou, who wrote from Prospect Parsonage on tho subject, and who pives evidence of having deeply studied the history of tho Burke and Wills expedition and the capabilities of its leader?, « * » Tbo reverend gentleman, writing to a Syd ney journal, sajs:—"You lately republished from the 'Austrulaaiau' au accouut of Burke's exploration from Cooper's Creek to Carpen taria, which account is professedly written down from the lips of King, one of the meru hers of the ill-iuanaped party. You do not appear to ktow that au account of the same journey was published many years ago from Mr. WiiU's own Jour...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
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Cr. Wm. Wishart. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
Cr, Wm. Wiahart Ex-Mayor of Eew and councillor Bill Wishart is his name; And right throughout tho civic vorld Has spread his civic famo. Pas presents hero just his phiz, Which also is his front* For he's the core to make thiols whiz— . He's haucst, straight, and blunt.
PRETTY PICTURES. Coroner Colo. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
PRETTY PICTURES. Coronor Colo. Our naughty pa* has tlii?h bone* crossed Bonoath the pb7sio£ of friend Coin, Which, wo think, in not ntiite riplit, Bocauso the doc's a ?enia) soul. 'Tis true that at Iho Morgue he sits On corcuos of "untimely enda," But then his courtesy and "suave''— "Well, more than amply make amends!
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
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RECORDS OF THE RING. AT THE STADIUM. WORLD'S MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP Won and Lost in a Punch. McGOORTY HAD "INDIAN SIGN" ON SMITH, Australian Champion Never Got Going. A Clear Case of Nerves versus Muscle. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
RECORDS OF THE RING.I ' —— i... a . ■ ■■■■ ' ' ■— (By " BOXER MAJOR.'') AT THE STADIUM. WORLD'S MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP Won and Lost in a Punch. i IMOORTY HAD "INDIAN SIGN" ON SMITH, Australian Champion Never Got Going. A Qlear Case of Nerves versus Muscle. • teeming list 41b at : o'clock the soma Otty» Eddlo McGoorty, practically chain* plon of; his class of Amcrlca, was able to lilt hard enougn to knock out thut brilliant boxer and hard fighter. Davo Smith, triple-orown champion of Auatrallu, In side one round, on New Year's night, at Rikei'a Stnnlum, Rushcutter Uciy. "It wasn't a battle, it was a rout!" And can be very brieilv described. When refereu Arthur Scott sabl, "Uox on," "the Ouhkush Terror" assumed a crouch, and started out to meet Smith, who, anxlouH-eyed. and with shoulder well up, came cautiously out a few fret from his coiner, to meet him. An Eddie approached, Davo begin to give ground. Just before he reached tho corner he had so recently left, he made a half-heart...
SHARKSTEIN THE GHOST—HAUNTED. "Cabbic Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
; SHARKSTEIN THE GHOST—1 HAUNTED. ' j "Cabbie Jim" in London. Moses Kli" i kst * ill w». « nu*cli»ut Of noinu diamond renown, Who did hnvo a little office • lu the West cud of the tow". Diamonds and pearls and rubici Was his c»me. And well be knew AH of their intrinsic wallue, (Much more bo than wo or you.) How to buy, and where to sell He could tell you to a T. Shent per sbent it wero bis profit— (Dig enough you must agree./ Sharp ho were and-worry foxey, And, if Tou whs ho inclined, You would have to get up early For to tackle Moses blind. He was in his Office waiting, (Which it were the afternoon,) For a party be expected Just to he thriving soou. Which the bit »»» jViRbU? »Wntcr Oms to buy on 1. D, B., As was pot. by crooked measures Straight away from Kibbcrly. He was mending old broke cbini With a patent mm. of tflue Which would certain stick together Cbijja croc# as good as new, U were certain werry stickoy, "Cuss the stuff" ser. Mos'i "there It ar- stickius to me raiment. To...
YANKEE SAILOR In a Richmond Pubbery. Jack's Proverbial Weakness Nearly Coats Garland Quids. Accused Found Guilty—But Sentence Deferred for a Week. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
YANKEE SAILOR Shorn by a Sydney-side Siren In a Richmond I'ubbcry. Jack's Proverbial Weakness Neurly Coats Garland Quids. Accused Found Guilty—But Sentence Dofcrrod for u Week. Tho overago Jack Tar's pcncbant for tho socicty of the oppuaite Bex is a well-known and world-wido characteristic, It was this common weakness, iucidental to tho cult, which was rcsponBiblo for the loss by Gcorgo llenry Garland, a sailor hailing from tho laud of the almighty dollar, of a sum (so ho alleged) of £6 10s. iu gold and silver. Ho subsequently accused Millie Roberts of bay* ing robbed him of his splosh, and Millie, a young uud not uncomely female,. who ftp puared to be much afleeted by her position, ! was charged in the City Court on Monday, : before Mr. P. J. Dwycr, P.M., and a full j bench of justices, with the offence. She was I undefended. | Garland's story was that he came off the I Alabama, a 'Murkan ship lying at tho Port ! Melbourne pirr, on the morning of tho 2nd inst. He was in Bourke-stre...
Truth TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (IN ADVANCE ONLY): PER ANNUM, 12s.; HALF-YEARLY, 6s.; QUARTERLY, 3s. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (in Apvaxce On-lt): PER ANNUM, 1-3.; HALF-YEARLY, 63.; QUARTERLY, 3s. Here shall the Press the Pcotilc'a i ieht ta^lnulo, Unawnl by influ*nc* smi jnnribo.1 bv pain. Here Patriot Ttcni her trlonous precept* dr»w, i'lwlced Fraternity, UbenT and 1-ayt. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10. 1914.
AUCTIONEER HAWKS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
i AUCTIONEER HAWKS. The eonSdcnco trie!: nsaa has bean re hj the auction-room shar!: and take down. Some of the raucoufi-roicod, rcd ' faced Hebrews are very smart, and througb ; o-u. thr yt-nr rzi.nsre !« "make'' a jrood 2ir - ii:~ out of the* llcllouriio sru^rt popple. JTow i ridkulousiy en?y. then, must it be for them | jo d-.-ul with a c-juu::v v'siior with his few • hu.Uuy pounds in L.s pockit. A tnajris travc not ?o low: a~o remarked on the ea?e | \.\th which !icen^.s arc granted, and cx ; pored the application of an sccuscd who— | .t, w-s subsequently proved—tit] been gusli/ of practices in sc-lisn^j that g«t him lot.- term of imprisonment. The police j informed the Uenca tU; tbey bad opposed thai p:»r;kuiar hcen.'c, cut that it had beon ^'.-listed dcspl-.t- tb"zn. A representative of : tbii paper \mndered into a shc-p in a lead j ir:T eity thorou-hure the- other day, and v.alt',;!. Tb're were peveral p&lt;->plo in th* shop, all buying f-.&lt;riou* y—perhap...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
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