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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

wzsocaECC GET A "BRfflSK" ORDER For Your SEASON'S REQUIREMENTS. "THE PREMIER OFFICE" And HONEER OP CASH ORDERS In Victoria. Established 1903, A largo number of Tii9t-Clas3 Shops i Accept These Orders, and This is i THE OXLY CASH ORDER OFFICE , Trading With SVSyer's. Spocial Terms FOE FUENITUBE. "BROOK" 210 LITTLE COLLINS STREET. Should be Won by AO Met I Invaluable for thoso who stand lone on the fret, ! hieyclo and hors« rider* »nd nthletc, and prevents I I thai "dra^Jof; down feelintr." We can supply » I special pattern with detachable ba^. Tbo roost Q scnlcttnls. 2*. iW. each. Ol'tL'J FRIDAY KVKKIVGR till 8 O'CLOCK. 'Phone 4C50. T. ROPER, 2iiG STrnnaton-atreet (No j can's Bldgs.j, 7 doors £rom Hospital. "Lincohi=Stuart"| Tailored for 55s. !| Every Garment just a3 you'd vrish it to b« ' in Cut, T'fc and r'nisb—Guaranteed in fact jj under penalty of a full refund. Your choice [ from a really Magnificent Suiting Range, featuring the nrr B.-o-*n. G.--7. Green an«1 "Wcrfc^roofi Iiluo"...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE CRITIC [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

Who can tndauatcd travc tie Crit jo'a rtjt) " Or note aamoved bis nujntioa 1 o the CritSc'i jay®, I1*™*!® hi/ enxn la the public */», ' Aad Mother Qruad/'« r*t"« defy? yor pu^»—Bifi-toa. * * * Courtship—Diroree. • • • Old Socts ho daraed. v. # * * Xlcn of stamp—Sojers. Belched—Sea sicknc«. * * * Woman'® work—Fretwork. A wriggler do—George H. la tko press—Tbe tahJocJoth. Tho earth hna no axis to cried. * * * The Debt penalty—A garouhco. A dam shame—A dri&l up weir. Seeping ntt—The darn wizamia, America is a fadman'a country. * * * A hoUowdiy is often yelled for. A Royal Sproo—A Bust of Pall 43. Harking; Time—The almanac men. A flimry request—Lend mc a Cver. * * * There is no time like the pleasant. Tho Maiden'* Prover—The Masher. A great sell—A successful land deal. * * * There ic often a food dcai in timber. * * * Out of print—Tho successful draper. It's cnorty, but it's nice—Tlie motor. The women with plenty of go—elope. * ♦ * Th« no-blesaed work isn't np to roach, A £at ra...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PROBABLE TOTE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

PROBABLE TOTE BILL. j It would seem almost certain that j ; there will be a Totalisator Bill brought | before the State Parliament during its ! approaching session. For a long while j i past the agitation in favor of it ban j been steadily gaining strength, and at | last,week's conference of the A.N.A. a j motiou "That tho board of directors ! take action to bring before tho State . Government the desirability of early I legislation to legalise the totalisator and j abolish bookmaking" was carried by a ' large majority. Tho "Premier, Mr. W. A. ! "Watt, who doe? not profess to know jnucli about racing, or to bo much in terested in it, ha9 announced that he personally is opposed to the totalisator, but it is favored by the Chief Secre tary, Mr. Murray, and by other mem bers of the Ministry. It is thought that j there will be a majority for it in the , Lower House, and now that some of it* j ! uneieut. opponents have uled. or retired i i'rom politics, it may also got through j tho othe...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PENSIONED "UNEMPLOYED." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

PENSIONED •'UNEMPLOYED." i It' the Government ot this State ha3 any : swnputhy with the mnujploved, it seems < ttt-u-uijj/jfii to disi'bise i(s. feelings. Also, > notwithstanding all the wiuuy jIapdood!« of • ^ lo the contrary, it isJ developing ; a Jut? i'un ui u habit of aicusiug the fat piy. . As lor the Commonwealth service, it'"was ■ j.uiMtioiu, t-vt.-n jn the Labor roomie, ior Lo^siin^ &UJI higher ulready w<-*ll*oiit.*U time ' Servers. (Jin.- uractice to which vigorous ' ■—mat if, u .-nek an insi^niiicant pviijn's . objv.;»uu squibed anything—is tiie employ ! ui tfuie pensioner* at t«-iii[i rary ' When the Ij = l census "is taken, a t/.ob of j 20u of 3jJ temporary clerks were unpaged • ior the oilL-e vi the Federal statistician, i At that liiiiw the streets 01 Melbourne Were , lull ot deau-bioke pen pusheipoor devils Jo whom six months' continuous ytait Wuuld have b«-eii a l>ein into Paradise. What l.ai> ; Peneur instead oS the be&amp...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
GOVERNORS, SWAGGIES, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

GOVERNORS, SWAGGIES, Etc. . When, the other ai'ternoou. wear Soy mour. Governor Stanley bopped up into m motor car along i>itb u common swag gie. that yellow-livered old journalistic porpoise, the *1 Ah-goosc." got such u .shock that it fell flat 011 its stumiuick in sheer astonishment. It would have been bad enough in the old girl's warped view of things that are '"pro per'' if his gubernatorial nibs hud been unable to escape the awful contamina tion of a swag person. Rut for his Ex. to invite the dusty pilgrim to "jump up along o* me'' so astounded the "Goo^e1' that it l:a? had palpitation of the heart ever since. The proceed ing on thf part of the Governor was so shocking that the "Goose** put up a double-headed article to demonstrate her own flabborgasterluess. uud at the same time draw attention to the strange behavior of the inexperienced panjan drum. The purpose was also to show the common people that enr latest ligurehead must be a real' out-and-outer of a democrat, other...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AGAR'S LITTLE SAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

AGAIVS LITTLE SAVE. f The differing characteristics of HmoJigbt j ! politicians ar«> intereslinp. Kink- O'MaHey j I wfcs a man who, whik> in oflis. talked in mil- j i lions—many millions, Anything that didn't I fcuicll or £ottnd like a million was beneath j the notieo o:' Kink, lie used to discuss the : expenditure ot millions of quids wit lr more j ease than you or ttie next man would spend { ;i coppi-r on a newspaper. >iosv, bowfv-r, Kink js yone. Hud ble«s Jjim; bis aiiy cou f Vfis;aion uii imain-c—-otber u'-ople's iint»riee~ j wuj. ebevij'ul, «.Yeu it u V.a? us uupnolieul ! a L"Jltoiul'-«3 ca 11 or as dclus»>« a> ' ii cbiilit in-sl •uiat'-I u luosl'-r. Jii» |''aei | liti.4iiri,ii gucblioii's lias b' vu taken Nj A^'ar i \v.Miiiij. 'ibe U lit t: i enoe. however, is ibat i Au,ur aoesu'i lain, in million*. .tLa Jost? j* I •rk.Lfuoim, unJ kia w»'UkiU'»5 is c«.unuJny m bjjK ol sUilik!. Wv buVc liad * H'rt i'o-it ( Jy»vu Ivj ibi- liiurK yl <cvin;ui.V ill SlMli...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. THE RULE OF THUMB. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

TOPICAL TAPS C>IN TAPPABLE TOPICS. THE PvULE OP THUMB. [ If tbo finger-print identification theo ] ries of ttic reccntly-dcceased Alphoase : Bertillon arc worth a continental cuss 1 for practical purpose—anil all . tbo police exports say that they an* infal lible—why not extend the benefits of the system from criminals to artists; not a very far cry, some cynical people would say. Had the .Bertillon linker print science been understood in the earliest days of British and Continental' art, all the muny modern discussions ami doubts concerning the bonu-fidos of this and thut r^lebrated alleged work of Raphael or Kubcns would have been obviated. The scope for the application for the seal-of-thumb to art works is wide. Artists eould sign their possibly immortal works with their thumbs, and duplicate thumb-prints could be regis tered by the hoyal Academy and other authorities. The sculptor in bronze eould make bis mark by means of u thumb dipped in a preparation of gold, which, when v...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

<JI qmxl afttCdk' &a& d tiuvruy jsrwidd R°8UR mJOs, off WMjl tea/? <$b h Qoorl

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE EMPTY NORTH. OVERRATED AND EXAGGERATED. Returned Traveller's Views. THE GOVERNMENT'S MUDDLED POLICY. A Story of a Traction Engine—Experimental Farm Boss Buys Vegetables from Chows—Unable to Grow Them—Exodus of Darwin Residents—Closing Down Demonstration Farms —"Truth's" Prophecy Fulfilled—Doleful Doings of Gilruth—"The Problem Solved"—Victoria River v. Darwin. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

OVERRATED AND EXAGGERATED. Returned Travellers Views. THE GOVERNMENT'S MUDDLED POLICY. A Story oi a Traction Engine—Experimental Farm Boss Buys; Vegetables from Ciiows—Unable to Grow Them—Exodus of ' Darwin Residents—Closing Down Demonstration Farms —"Truth's" Prophecy Fulfilled—Doleful Doings of Gilruth—"The Problem Soived"—Victoria River v. Darwin. ■ • Joseph and liis brethren are about to t recast the whole administration of the ; Northern Territory. This business of ; altering and recasting administration is proving expensive and disastrous to the fur north. The place is getting into a holy nn:ddle. People are leaving the country in small drnfts. The l.ifvt eiodns c*o:i-:.>:-*(I of $ residents. who arrived in Mc'-bnurue rcver.tly by the pteanier Taiyunn. One of the party r-aid that Port D:'.r.v:n is "Hatter" nov fhan it v.."< (our yenrs ago. Ir wants' _ a strong idicnyle to dismieet It. Fever, licit, and swamp -un-ir are pro in an planning dcgiee, vr»(l no l.vittcr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

YOUR EASTER. HOLIDAYS I'll Pay for it Now. You Pay When it Suits You. You, and maybe your family, need a good change of air and scene during the Easter holidays. No need to postpone the restful benefits for lack of funds. If you are a householder, or in constant work, your simple promise to pay—a few shillings weekly or monthly—will "do the business." Write or call. ABSOLUTE PRIVACY GUARANTEED. No Fees Whatever. S. *3. MmOHELL,. The Actual Lender, for Promptness and Privacy, 58" QUEEN ST., 2 Doors from Collins St.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

WHOLESALE— Price, Griffiths & Co. 516 Little Collins-street.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ERRING CASHIER GRESSWELL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS VICTIMISED. Alleged Defalcations Run Into Four Figures. Accused Committed for Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

I ERRING CASHIER GRESSV/ELL I o WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS VICTIMISED. Alleged Defalcations Bun Into Poor Plgnres. ' Accused Committed for Trial. Cyr»l Rupert. Crcsswell, a middlc-ugcd mur ! ried man, for over 25 years in the employ of i Felton CJrinmade and Co., the well-knawu I wholesale drujr^ists, 03 cashicr, was before the City Court Dcn.li on Wednesday on two charges of larceny as a servant of money belonging to the firm, and ihree other ch uges of having ouiitted to Uin!;o entries of sums ot monev n-coivetl, in the roush ca?h br.o!;. Mr. P. J*. D'.vyc-r, P.M., presided. Mr. FJryant appeared, to proBecuty, and Mr. Scurle for the defence. Mr. Bryant, in stai'r'.' the eas.r», paid ibat accused bad adniitw.'d defalcations which ex tended over a number r-i years, av | lbe total amount of which ran well into four figures." The method lie adopted was as fol lows— A customer. A. would pay an account which aec:it.?d would receive, but would not enter in the cash book until such time as a sec...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOTE TRADUCING TRIUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

TOTE TRADUCING TRSU-RSE. j Here's a "beautiful pair of pals,. Woeful wowsers and "Kerristian" galfl. Chumming with bookies and racecourse tugs. To Ixclp thorn keep on swindling mugs. The Totalisator, all fair ana square, Is "a sin and a snare"—so thay declare. They'd rather see rogues "corner the bunny" Than good honest sports get a run for their money.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CROOK COINS. A FIND AT 447 LYGON-STREET. Detectives' Early Morning Visit. Man and Wife Charged With Counterfeiting. Plead Not Guilty and Are Committed For Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

CROOK COINS. A FIND AT 447 LYGON-STHEET. : Detectives' Early Morning Visit. j Man and Wife Chained With I Counterfeiting. ■ Plead Not Guilty and Aio CommlUod | Tor Trial. A rathcr unusual collection oi exhibits ttJ3 trotted out before t!io Carlton Court on Wednesday, when Frederick Thorpe, 35, u ' l):iii-Jrt«faor, aud ha w.iV. May Thoip'\ wero | charged with bavins made and counterfeited i ami bavin" had in their nesscsiion counu-r ■ fcit- Rold coin*. The Bench was occup.cd by j llessru. Clvno (chairman), Edwards, and Al j lison, Js.P. Uet.cctivo Hrophv s"ud thai, in company ! with Detection, Napthiue and Olhohn. be ! went., varly on the morning of March 2$. to | li? Ly^ou-stroct, Carlton, liolh accused were in b:d, anu on noticing the intruders, Thorpe asked. "What's up " Detective Nup thine said, ' We waut you tvro for identi fication in tounoctfon vriih the passing of spunous sovereigns." Mrs. Thorpe thereupon made a grab for something under the inat trasa, wh^ro witness afterwar...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

FIRST SHOW, 7-9. of SF.C0ND SHOW, 9—II. Fuller-Breimaii Vaudeville Circuit of Australia and New Zealand. GOVERNING DIRECTOR BEN J. TULLEE. TWICE WBGHTLY. 7 0 0 11. Matinees, Wednesday and Saturday, at 3, Startling New Programme Next Matinee, Saturday, April 4. ROYAL BANZAI FAMILY, The World's Greatest Risley Artists. ELFIE FAY, America's Famous Comedienne. LEONARD WILLARD In Calling His BloiF. JTJjjTO SALMON, Wonderful Contortionist. HILARY LONG, The Up3ide-down Phenomenon. MAG B. BRILLIANT, Comedienne. CLEMENT MAY", Dickens Character Actor. riVE MUSICAL LASSIES In a Refined Musical Act. BAILV'S ROSIINQ DOGS, Dedicated to the Sportsmen of Australia. POPULAR PRICES, 2/, 1/G, 1/, and Gd. Plans open ail day at Theatre. 'Phono for Reservations—Central 3231. TWICE | 'borit Imv&tiw NIGHTLY j Mddi£s a£J&mcr VAUDEVILLE. TWICE NIGHTLY VAUDEVILLE. THIS IS A. COUPON-CUT IT OUT In order lo rrithin the r^ach of all win Vilur> ;v youthful appcarm:?, I lnnc d^idri to make tills ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

CASH BUYERS OF WOOL, SKIN, HIDES, Etc. Full Market Rates Paid. I No Commissions Charged, j STORES: 488 Latrobo-street. OFFICE: 129 King-street. 1 • Trial Conaigomest Solicited.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BASHING A BABY. BRUTAL BOUNDER BROSNAN. Awful Cruelty of a Paramour. Sent to Gaol for a Month. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

f BASHING A BABY. I i BRUTAL BOUNDER BROSNAN. ' Avrful CnKJlty~of a Paramour. Sent to Gaol for a Month. It U wonderful to contemplate v,hal mougtvls, iu the guise of men, arc allowed to exiit in a presumably civilised com munity. It is an old adago that there is a certain amouut of good in the worst of men, but a little experience of tbo police courts of the metropolis is suflicient to convinco people that this belief is a contentious point. We have known of brutal bludgers kicking their bilkers almost to d<ath; of hooligans | thr.iihiuR an old man with sling shots, and | injuring him so seriously that tbo charge i against thorn was on the verge of red mur der; but fur sheer cold-blooded, callous j cruelty a ease heard at I'reston ou Tuesday, I before Dr. Uole, P.M., and Messrs. Barrow I and Ellison, Js.P., iu which James lirosnan, ; a burly laborer, ajed 58, was chargcd with ! having wmuliy ill-m-at-a a child in his cus tody— Sjpaia rftu-ii—mmrr the ayo ui 16. i* i the l...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"ON OUR SELECTION." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

"ON OtTE SELECTION." I The city dwollrr who ha? never «?rn the i leal Australian son of the soil in hi* native tletuont ottfu trains more or incorrect impr-'ssicus I'rciu books and [cotrv that are supplud to carry typical lo.-ai eolor. But even tho rtndy pen of Sto-.de ftudd in his univer^ally-r^ad ftory of the V.'ayi.uck fain ly, "On Ovr Seketion," fails to convey to eT*n tho most imaginative mind as true a picture of th-1 roaJ Lush-wharlaT &s has bt'Ml pre sented by tho IJert Bailey Dramatic Com pany in the dramatis^l version of that ; popular yatn. Roomed l,y its own merit 1 from its premiere in Fyln'-y two ycar3 aco, it has been played with phenomenal succl:?. r.U over Australasia, and it* present revival at the Kind's, which, by the way, -will ter minate neat Thursday night, ha.; swelled the Managerial cofff-rs lir-sriy to 1,'irsMr.s point. To one unacquainted with tho real ! article, Dave mipht hi* a;.t to appeal as a ' comedian tryim; r*.n orip nal and precarious . li...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MUMMERANDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

MUMMERANDOM. '•The Crook's );..ve»g.r and "Hi* Wife'* Child" mo piomised as the blur fdm?> at Uoyt's popular picture palac next week. Some particularly fine subjcct* have de lighted audir^cca ut. the Melb.i and llritun uia theatres during the week. Variety is truly tbe spice of life bu far as these enter tainments ^o, aud ut these houses it is not found wantiujj. The return to the 'theatre Koynl of the dramatic company headed by Muriel Starr was hailed with delight, anil though the morbid story of "Madnine X" mav got on some nerves, the work of the principals is artistically true to life. Tlic Tivoli is waiting on tip-toe for the arrival of Ada Reeve nn Kastor Saturday, when the only II. D. Mc. will initiate the two-house system. In tbe meantime there is on lap k variety of high-cla« talent that should please the most capricious. TVeek bv week the continuous "morics,*' uow thoroughly at homo ut the (luiety, are becoming more and woio popular, both on account of the quantity and c...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LAXITY OF STEWARDESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

LASITT OF STEWAKDESSES. ' A Pusssngcr," win cro-.scd o'er from Burnic recently, cotuplaios •I thin!: attention should bi» drawn..to of tbcin— are ncyicct«nl by fU-wardo:<3'.>3.. If yon nro nut 3jjn<smo at eonscqufinco you woithl not. fctmw tlint a steward'-?* wan car rh'i only for the nauic 011 t!u> c.ibiii card. 31> wife Rot morr attention from the sUwnrd then from the steward;Tiic time thev really pot busy is just a- tho journey i"< finishing, when they lire on tho Jooh-out for Jj.ilf-crownsi they have not earned." thr way in Vt'iiiih hidy pa?:< ijg»>r«

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