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DRINKERIES, DRIBBLE, AND DIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

DEINKEEIES, DRIB3LE, AND DIET. The way in* which the Board of Health ' siiasiaouicLi!v .wkes up and, without nura* .if!.', viciously sticks its knife fair into the Lusket 01 souie coot who has been- caught napping by Jts> delusive somnolence, is funny —v>-:y lunny—vax-ept 10 the coot. It's au oid game in \icioria to pass Jaws governing business, shop, or industrial conditions, then to irighten the goul-ca«e out of everyone amenable to the new regulations by prosecu tions ami a general jump oa thu' chest, aud cradujliy to subside into a cataleptic seizure lasting indetiu:tely. What happens to awake tiic uio.\sy depaumeuv when nothing par ticularly noisy is taking place has always ' been a puzzle; but invariably a sudden j awakening does occur,'and whoever happens • to b< nearest is grabbed by the scruff ot the i-ecK and charged with a breacu of something. As the indiviu'jal who lias been grabbcu concraily pro\e& somehow to be guilty, the interenci! seems to b...

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

NOW READY. THE S'AFRICAN STRIKE a pamphlet of PAMPHLEYs. AN OPEN LETTER TO JOHN NORTON /■. ** : . BY A BACK-YELDT BOER 1 Caustic Criticism and Crushing. Condemnation of Anglo-Australian Boer-Baiters, both in Africa and in Australia. ' Indictment of Laborists and Liberals Alike. Should be read by everybody who can read and mark and learn. Price 3d, / Price 3d.. - To be . had in Pamphlet Form of all . Booksellers and News Agents. .... _ DON'T MISS IT! Order Early! Order Early

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY MELBOURNE. THE CUP IN ITS FIRST DECADE. Sporting Men of the Sixties—Johnny Cutts—William Filgate—Captain Standish—Pat Keighran and Dan Melhado—"Odd Stocking" and "Exile" — Stanley and Saqui—Craig's Dream—Old Slack's Wager. No. 233. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

EARLY MELBOURNE. THE CUP IN -ITS FIRST DECADE. Sporting Men of the Sixties—Johnny Cutts—William Filgate—Captain i Standisli—Pat Keighran and Dan Melhado—"Odd Stocking" and •4 Exile '' — Stanley and • i Saqui—Craig's Dream— Old Slack's Wager. (By "Old Clium.") No. 2S3. (All Rights Reserved.) The second Melbourne Cup. for which 20 , horses started, was asain a gift. for Mr, De Mvstre and the Teirara st-bJe, the all black, which once more encompassed the lorm of Johnuy Cutts. winning easily. *"lhe bullock," as Mr. De Mestre's big bay Archer was cub bed, civvlt-d 10-2. bui he cantcrid p'-sv vhe judge's chair 10 lengths ahead of lJat Keiyh. run's ilornii-n, carrying 9.12. and Simpsau ajdiu in ihe saddle. The Lhini pia'.e oc cupied by Caxuden, 8.7, with Jos AJwirison. thy urilucuy one oi the prer.uUs year, up, John Tait, o: Byron Lodgi. tt-ndwici:, taking the barren honors oi fourth place with Tal leyxuud. The ring this year had a t airly vitar percepuou-or the cuutoe e\ei^U would take, i...

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

EASTER HOLIDAYS. "TRUTH'S" PUBLISHING ARRANGEMENTS. Owing to the EASTER HOLIDAYS next week, the Country Edition) — Or— "TRUTH" Will be Despatched to Agents 011 WEDNESDAY MORN ING. The Sports Edition Will be Published THURSDAY AFTERNOON. The Gity Edition Will be Published as usual ou SATURDAY AFTERNOON

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SOCIALISM AND SYNDICALISM. THE "COURIER," FISHING FOR FISHER, Is Hooked on Its Own Hook. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

| SOCIALISM AND SYNDICALISM. THE "COURIER," FISHING FOR FISHER, Is Hooked on Its Own Hook. The Brisbane "Courier" is desirous I of deluding Labor Leader Fisher into malting an egregious ass o£ *'msel* In «, leading article last itond:i>' | "Under Which Kingl" it demanded to j know a lot of tilings about which bos. , ! people don't rare a tvopcnuy ^mu. I "Are we to be ruled by the Syudicalw. > lor SwiaUstf it ask?, and then at jonce tries to answer its ov;n question bv saving,'/'Neilhorl" Having tbu* : Bim»irily settled the question to 1 own satisfaction, ouo would imagine that the "Courier" could a3ord to con I trol its feelings and subside under cover ! of a calm, contemptuous silence. J«ot I s?o, however; it continues to be, or pre tends to be. stiU haunted by the spectres j of what it would have the public bciiov# ; I to be the Siamese Twins of Syndicalism . and Socialism. ^ ^ I If the "Courier" cannot discriminate : between Syndicalism and Socialism .0 . much the worse for...

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

GOVEENMENT DEFEATED. [By Wire.] IIORAJtT, Wednesday. | Tu* atljouriAd debate on t!i» Leader ol J the Opposition's want oi" ponfiut'ccn motion I was coucladed to-nighi., whr*ii the Solomon I Government was dfifcateJ Iy 15 rotes to 14. 1 On the motion of tie Fr^mier, the Hou&e j adjourned until Wednesday evening next.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TASSY TANGLE. PROBABLE LABOR GOVERNMENT. Possibly Two Years of Power. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

PROBABLE LABOR GOVERNMENT. Possibly Two Years of Power. (FROM. "TRUTH'S" TA^ilANIAN CO Hit KSP ON D KN T.) There may not be a State general cloction : i iu Tasmania for tv.*o years. That is the J ' latest development of Parliamentary alTaiis. ' Ono oi tho icature3 of both parses being of oven strength in tbe House of Assembly, and of the electoral system being of such a character that aa appeal to the constituen cies may result in a perpetuation of the present deadlock, is that almost anything under heaven may happen. Judging from ; appearances at tie time of writing, it would : appear that the Labor Party is likely to emerge froia the present crises with a shaky ; majo.ity of three. There is, at any rate, a i strong probability that for tbe next two ; years tho Government of Tasuiauiu will be : carried on by a Labor Party of 16, supported ; by one Independent, and opposed by 13 : Liberals. The latest development is the an nounced resignation of Chief Justice Doddt, and the almost c...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BOWELLESS BLUE-BLOOD BOUNDERS ULCERISE USED=UP ULSTER To Preserve their Privileges and Prerogatives AND TO KEEP THEIR GILDED HEELS UPON THE NECK OF THE "SOVEREIGN PEOPLE." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

BOWELLESS BLUE-BLOOD BOUNDERS ULCERISE USED-UP ULSTER To Preserve their Privileges and Prerogatives ! AND TO KEEP THEIR GILDED HEELS UPON THE NECK OF i THE "SOVEREIGN PEOPLE." I Diplomacy has been described aa the art of talking a lot and saying nothing, aod Is also the namo given to the wire pulling methods of pusillanimous poll ticinns who inflame the mob, aoou to uiuko them net an marionettes to the Mtrings being manipulated in sccrot con clave. lo thono in the know concern ing such political pretenders all tho fusa and fury regarding an armed Ulator insurrection against Ilomo Kulo is bo much bounco and bluster, signifying uothing. Tho real cause of perturba tion on the part of the belted oarl.i and coronotod dukes and tho rest of tho aristocratic mob i3 that their middle rlns* sycophantic supporters in tho House of Commons aro in a minority, and thnt tho Government has shown unmistakable signs of giving the aris tocracy a few needed knocks. The Irish A Coronetod Complot. questio...

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

| PUITIHQ IK Tile BOOT. | It is not iiior« thsii a handful ui yats , buck u.uco u huui.iu animal who "put the boJL iiiio" another imrsoa in un aj^uim-iM 1 was looted upon by decen; p^op.e as a ihiui; l-> be hcid ia -bout tiio ¥lim. resp'.-a as a ce.wpifr rat. It was a rsr,* iu the* duys, that ibe cam occum-d of such a mean, despicable ^ractscc. \\iih !•&'« giowth qi pusiKS, however, Jl seeii.^ to be becoming ; tafiliiouable. l'uubeji are uiv.'uya composed ' uf mobs Qi physically dcgoiivraw, ciyasvtle ; sUi'Liii# squ»rtfr—dirty-breathed, fouMonjuod i bngg&ri» who can't pull a sprat ofl a grid iron, and who, in u stand-up *;o, 'couldn't, fight pussy.'' These morally itprous worms and cowardly ourn, not. imiiviuually having the pluck of a lour-*, at,? foror'd tu be j,rre garious in odor to 'u-uro safety to each other's dirly hidi-.? when *Juy co:i:nieiic»' t-i unload vbeiv huuits to pasncis-by or victims whom Ihcy buvr '"set." it was with the?:; vtrruiu that the habi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ASCOT RACING CLUB. ASCOT RACES. ASCOT MONDAY NEXT, 6th APRIL FIRST EVENT STARTS AT 2.30. TRANSIT: [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

ASCOT RAGING CLUB. ? ASGOT RACES. ASCOT MONDAY NEXT, 6tli APRIL rrRST EVENT STABTS AT 2.30. TRANSIT: Calis from Bourke-street, city, to course. Trains from riindors-street to New market at frequent intervals. Pares:— I Tlrst return, 4y»d.; socond return, 3d. | North Molbourae-Essendon electric | tram service from ZlizabeUi-strcct.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TURF Weights, Entries, &c. Racing Calendar, APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

Weights, Entries, &c. Rneinc: Calendar, APRIL. 4. Epsom Race*. 11. Mentone Raccs. 13. Williarnstovrn Race®. 15. Aspondale Park Races. 18. Kp-som Races. 22. Sandown Turk Raccs. ' 25. T.A.T.C. Rtces. 27. Moonee Valley Races.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PORTINGALE, J.P. PROSECUTES MAN WHO WANTED TO SEE HIS DAUGHTER. A Strange Case. Defendant Lightly Fined. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

PORTHOLE, J.P. KBOSEOUTES MAN WHO WANTED TO SEE HIS DAUGHTER. A Strange Case. Defendant Lightly Fined. What Sub-Inspector Jones termed "a peculiar care" was heard at tho North Atelbourxu' Court Inst Thursday, when Reuben Thomas, 40 years of age, 'was charged, at the instance of "William llobort fcortincale. justice of the pcace, residing in Btaekwood-street, North Melbourne, with behaving in an offen my o manner. Thomas pleaded not guiltr. William Robert Portingale ?aid that last Monday, nr. 1 p.m., defendant camo to his house in JJlaekwood-street and said that he wanted to see witness's daughter. Witness fnid. "Von can't see her." Defendant said. "Why?" and witness replied, "Well, I object to you seeing her—now go away." Wit ness then walked up the street, aud de fendant followed him. Ytitness, who knew defendant, turned round and said, "Look here. Thomas. if you dou't go awav I'll ,';ive you in charge." The defendant said. "I want to see your daughter." Witness said, "Whv do you W...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ALLEGED B[?]KE[?] AGAIN. A PROSPECTOR'S PURSE. Two Women Charged With Stealing. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

ALLEGED BU.Kfci.s AGAIN. A PKOSPE CTOIi'S PU2S3. Tviq Women "Charged With Stealing. "I'd love to Eta y v.itj vou," • ^ „ay ttn(v debonair Dcrerm J.iviir^T-ton v ras alleged to have said to ii: •ic Taecduro Collins-street i:cai * midnight oi. i Monday last. Whpn ho made Luc tta Vm-.T. i in the City Court on Tue;da; morn 1 Iric, -.Tho i*3 a prospector trow the bush, v. '2s blushing]? and uncomfortab! y deiaiUcy u nocturnal es perience of th«; precuu/nr; n ight. Doreeu und a Jadv corn 7:1 luion .,1 he.-j, , named ilaud tk-lby, both rcs..>I etidvrj: iv r.tr. ircd, were be fore the b?ah* (M r. V. .)! 1 >v»\ er, P.UL, pre siding) on a uiar go robfcerv in company from the said Kr. >(.* Theadorp ! ichweder of a purse containing £\ ZCi., a purse, md a laundry ti'.kv.:. Mr. .V. U. . Sonenbci'g ap peared to do battlu for toe :'a; r and, aLJeged ly, frail oner., an:! 1 at tho outs et asked for a remand, an appii. :atinn \?&ieh war. strenuous ly opposed by Sub-In-jr «ctcr Harris...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A SUNSHINE "SENSATION" "LARGE" LOSS OF LEATHER. Bilked for Three Bob. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

A SUNSHINE 'SENSATION'7 "LABGE" LOSS OF LBATIISE. Billicd fcr TLreo Bob. The- Igso o: shillings' worth of l-jatfc-T by the wuai'.hy Sniu-hiui'lljtrvesicr Co.. it-d to lliu prosceutij:'., in fli0 Sunshine 1V:<-': Cot;:t on Wedtiovhiy, belVro Dr. L'Jo, l'.M., ami Mi'V«rs. J. lU/uiuaOu and J. H. Derbam. Js.T., o: two youv.j; mm named (W-oruv M:<icr. a uusrhanio, ro-iiliiiL' at 124 Bruntwi.-L-ruad, Brunswick, and \V;ib«rt Cyril Wat ion, a •uorehand, living at 15 Ffderat;ioi:-strc<n, Ascot Yak'. Miller ww chur^d with bav in:,' on March 27, stolen two j>i<o: Lather, valued at 2s., the property oj" Victor . MvKuy. and Watson w;i:> (hari'1.d with h:iv- 1 in^ stolen onv sliUlii.y'ji worth of leather, ! a!:*). thc proi iriy of II. V. McKay. Mr. 'J*. 1'ogariy. o: }!■>?*£'?. No!aa and Foj^riy, ap- . p.-xred for the- accused. j It. was not. dr-ri-ei by the probation, j which was conducted by Sub-lnspcctor Samp son. that the two \cua.\; uien ha...

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

S^lacSe from FVes&v Tomatoes. EPBCURES MOW SAY . "FIRST-PICK" TOMATO SAUCE HAS NEVER BEEN EQUALLED. .Contains Chemicals or Preservatives,

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

AN OLD-TIME RECOLLECTION. "A Reader" vjiv.;? the loUowij;^ interesting . lilt!- r«»tninisceucL«; "Sow that thi-ru i? ;,o much talk vi pto lb" olJ l>oVi-riunoiit IIou.-o a'.- JjIi ::iotit. it niLj- bo ot int.to licar that Colonel Kenwth Snodi-r^r. C.B., ^rau-.l ti;ther ot tuc lute June:. Lady Clarke, ;v - MdoU there tor a considerable period. Th v.rir.T'-j father wvll n'mcnibcrcd saving the : Kail silt old colonel tlvivinj; foui-in-b:ind with his vouciable mother, while hi< tv.-o «uns. Major John ^nod'.T.a.->. :utd Mr. Peter S;u-«1 gr;i<3 ;Ladv Clntlce'* lathers * itcti ulvoi.;* ! paniort liisn. Tccv weiv both fum-d i;,r : ibcir hor#cui;inslii|». Cobmrl SnoilgraM led the -Forlorn Hope" ;-i the 50 ot Sari ^ebactian m tho PpuiiiMilur War, and wa.i , jn'tPiwurds ordered to s>vdiu-y as Coiunumder oi 11.M. Forces. Up died ai his redtk-mv ' at Parranmin after a rotum trip to the Old : Country in 1854."

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

smsnaasnzzssM OW Your S JUST ' [ "OPPOSITE t< , A Vp| Tailored to Order! Unprecedented Value. "The FlusiaeSe of Perfeetioi) b TaSoring." FROM England, Scotland, Ireland luwe come shipload after shipload of tlie tiiiest new season's weaving tlie world lias ever produced—and ALL EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS. Tbe handsome Australian Suitings are also splendid. Not only are our new season's stocks away aliead of tlie best previously offered, "but our Tailoring ser vice too lias been still further improved. Additional cutters and designers have "been engaged, and no expense lias been spared to secure tlie best Tailoring brains in tlie world. Bo not delay : There is not muck time left ! WRITE OR CALL FOR PATTERNS. EACH SUIT FULLY GUARANTEED TO PLEASE OR MONEY IS AT ONCE REFUNDED. A ■355?* rTa 001 OOT SPECIAI COUPON. || j'Jpj POST NOW. LIMITED, OPPOSITE G.P.O„3 the meets mm sissies. Also at Flinders St., ©i.tys and Chapel St,, Prahrasi. R. &>m MEVERS, Manager. The LONDON ST...

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

VATICINATIONS. | EPSOM (Saturday). , HURDLE RACE. MTLKAIlAH 1 SAM COOK 2 TREBA 3 EPSOM HANDICAP. ALLANSFORD 1 RADIATOR 2 BREASTWORK 3 WELTER HANDICAP. LORNftZ 1 JULLUXDUR 2 LYNCEUS 3 FIRST DIVISION. MALT GUARD 1 MIXDAI 2 WIXNINV. POST 3 SECOND DIVISION. LAMAXA 1 NAT A 2 THIRD DIVISION. MOOROOL 1 FUSTANELLE - 2 ICARUS - 3

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ASCOT RACES NEXT MONDAY. Programme and Order of Running: FIRST DIVISION. Of 200 Sovs. (A Divided Handicap.) Four Furlongs. To Start at 2.30. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 4 April 1914

ASCOT RACES NEXT MONDAY. Programme and Order of Running: first division. Of 200 Sots. (A Divided Handicap.) Four Furlongs. To Start ut 2.30. JnvereJl 10 7 Aeroplane Alugwee, 9 12 Braw Scot Lisheen ... ... 9 11 Jack Lester ... Dulcify 9 10 Strathbartoa ... Ilarbcrtir 9 9 Drysdale Ladv Denham . 8 11 Aruns Mode S 7 Ayr Oara SECOND DIVISION, Of 200 Sovs. (A 'Divided Handicap.) Fire j Furlo IljjS. i To Start I Prince Grafton 9 5 l'eriw:i:klt* {late Our Jack 9 0 Height of Hap Al Forkun IS 11 piness) 8 iiou Frisco H 11 Kuph:<r3oo Queen 3 l.ady Surv vor . £ ID Croydon Icarius , , 8 9 Ki^'iito Valleuus . . ... & 9 Quickmareh ... 0 Trcr.r ... 8 9 Wee Juggler ... 7 HoLcrius a n THIRD DIVISION. Of 2C0 So -i. (A Divided liuudicap.) Five Furloii"s. To Star; at 3.35. •Old Tu? . 9 7 Voile\v Star ... 3 9 W 9 2 TiUa Rose ifconnie K; J 2 Amy iiell Kejfct ... 9 (; Chinup I»« fi 12 8 :r>s'v:o •al . 8 10 l!acl; Gun". !!! a 6 >»:m«.'htv ... 3 9 Kathle-n 7 7 STEWARDS * HANDICAP. Of...

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