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MUMMERANDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

MUMMERANDOM. » Fred will be back at Her Hajosty* on the 25th inr.t. 'The Child Stealer* of Paris" and <f*Vha Killed Olga Carcw?" are the attractive, if somewhat creepy, titles ot the star pictures at Hoyt's nest. wee!:. Throughout the Easier holidays. Luna, Park will be open from 2 p.m. a number of special features being. promised-m the way of free shows. On Saturday afternoon every patron will, receive, a free'rido on the scenic railway or through the river caves. • ' ."A - powerful, ploy powerfully "• played'' is the unanimous verdict regarding "Madame X," the enthralling French' story, staged by Muriel Starr and a talented support at the Theatre Royal. Morbid as the story may b>», the art with which it is presented is un deniable. • : • ■«* - The phenomenally successful'. Australian comedy*dratnft "On Our Selection ' :s to be replaced at the King's by the Bert Bailey 'Co., with tho equally taking '"What Happen, i cu To Mary," This groat American boom will have its A...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

cJo mm aUytvmjvra ; ui& (^tiM thxnrv j\a/r& \ j o/mL ha• RO BUB! 1 0 ©HI THAT BACK Ache ! Ache ! AcTie ! Takes all the life, all the energy out of you. Makes you miserable. There is danger in it, too. Neglect the warn ing of u bad back, you neglect ari. appeal of the kidneys. When the back is bad, when it's lame or weak, when it aches, when it's tired, the kidneys are sick, demand attention. Dean's Backache Ividney Pills relieve quickly the aches and pains and weakness of a bad back. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cure all kidney ills, cure urinary troubles, too frequent urinary discharges, retention of the urine, and all dangerous disorders of the kidneys and bladder. If you fail to help the kidneys in time, Diabetes. Dropsy, Bright'* Disease, are sure to follow. Doan's .Backache Kidney Pills are endorsed by friends and neighbours, by people you know. fVielbonrrse Testimony. Mrs. M. Horn, 4 Pearson-place, Brron-strrtt. Xori'a He! bourne, :—"I consider Doan's Jiacksc'n...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A "COLONIAL MUTUAL" SEQUEL. STORY OF A BOUGHT-UP PAMPHLET. An Action for Restitution Fails. Further Proceedings Threatened. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

A " COLONIAL MUTUAL " ! SEQUEL. STORY OF A BOUGHT-UP PAMPHLET. An Action for Refititution rails. Further Proceedings Threatened. Memories of the poil.'-r. two \ours aco. concerning tho> iinunci»i .^ability of thn Colonial .Mutual Life A^-uratce Soei-K, the u if airs of which wero the subject of discus sion in the Victorian State Assembly at about that period, wero reared by a case heard in the City Court, before Mr. P. J. Dwyer, P.M., and justice*, on Saturday last. ' It came up in the torm of an application by Artnur Robert Dowling, accountant, of East Warburton, for an order from tbo cour; against the Assurance Society for the de liver.- over to him of 5,039 copies of a pam phlet of which ho Wat the author, and o; which he held the to,'.- cor>vright. The brochure was entitled -Financial Finest, beine a review of the linanrjal rircumslanccs of the Colonial Mutual Life A«ur.i»cc So ciety, Limited, and an export of the report of Messrs. A. M. Laughtou and T. F, Un»n nan. the in...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

Cli ALLEXf-lR r-IUEPIIY CHALLENGES THE WORLD TO CUSE l^TlOItNAL, AND JiXTLIlMAL PILES. HUilFHY'a PILE FiiiijS, ;I:.vo ..n 1- o; C.;s:s. sou:c s-uiT'. t ill-.* -ij v. -rs. Ma-'1,- tij.u A N1 * I! ~ IV* M1' J; i '• IJ V. Woy Wov. ,-oio r;«Ti;.;or I'.-ico Si I.I'I box. ni .1 cuu:.4J 01 3 Ikics £1 All I'cetu^i1 Free. On ga'.p ut nil Cboum:*. I):u^2v--t«; 1 ill Cbomis:*. I): niu is thiou'jbuuc States.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

MONSTER illTlli OF PROTEST Spencer's P actuate Tift eat EASTER SUrdDAY ^SQHTj APRIL 12 ivbl a *w?4sP& q — oi<r — ; "Flogging Brutalities and Prison Reform." gyfUSiCAL INTERLUDES. Programme of Music Appropriate to Easter Sunday. VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL NUMBERS. Ovorturo .. .. ORCHESTRA. COXTBALTO. Song—"Lost Chord" Miss Addle Tromp. Song—"The Mother's Appeal" .. .. utim Addlo Tromp. TEXOE. • Song—"The Old Church Choir" .. ;. .. Mr. Percy: Foster. 1 Song—"Tho Gato of Hope" .. ;. .. .. .. Mr. Percy Foster. SOPUAXO Song—"My Hero" .. .. Msss Eva Lynch. . • Song—"You Broto My Heart" .. .. Miss Eva Lynch. COEXIST. • • / ■■■■• ■ Solo—"Calvary" .. .. Mr. Harry Stonehatn. Solo—"Tiie Holy Olty" Mr. Harry Stonebam. Pull Orchestral Accompanlmcnt. ROLL UPl ADMISSION FREE! ^ J. W. FLEMING, Chairman. . . COUNCILLOR PACE, J.P., Mayor of Port Melbourne, • Hon. Secretary

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MAY CONWAY'S SON-IN-LAW. BLACK SHEEP OF THE FAMILY BLACK. Oswald Villani's Obscenity. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

MAY GUNiVAY'3 SON-iN-LAW. BLACK SHEEP Or THE FAMILY BLACK. Oswald Viilf.ni's Obscenity. May Conway's son-in-ter,* is. named Angus r/nck, and according to the lady, t.'bo lives in Hai'.na-strejl, South Melbourne, Jie is the olaclc 3hecp of family. Angus ap peared before Messrs. Clnreborough aud Morris, Js.P., at the South SJelbourne Court 01 Monday, charged with using obsceuc language and making a nuisance of himself. BlaeJ:. who has a wife aud two children, has not, ^cctrdics to bis molher-in-lair, support ed them for sb: veers. H* has left thaw without food or clsihes,, and sb? has been compelled ly la'co rucai m. I:;--.:cad o: being ilsariWul to his lr.o'iiet-in.law for ro-lkvj^g vUroujh. J.r. r What bar: vtiuvlir U all :o ;h" tfrll*. iw -els i:.'- v.-iia thai I , I aui lo ..bcvo;-.;h, J.?.. \Yu ore d.:

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE CRITIC [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

Wbo caa cndaar.lM bravo the Critic's rzj?? Or note un.-nored hb iscatlpn ia the Criilcfe ptye, Parade his error* in the pubEeoye, And i!o>thtr tirji-c1 •'a rv? A crank—The Bicyclist, Dotty—The Telegraphist. A General rex—One in tie srrar, The best thing out—A hou« Vfire. Spoony lorcrj make a stir In public. A jjrcit ico d—The Je^al profession. The solc'r system—Tiio Bootmaker's. It i too ocuhat who gets tvim's going cn. Chiciens, like farmers, delight in * full crop. jimmies ?yc3 olwavs Ircpt under tho lasii. ^ "Don t horrovr troubled-start some of your To hesitate in matrimony is often to be saved. , * * * tru^r-^* 0il' ®^ou^ never be ob * * * Ti Germany ever joes to war she'll*come i Kruppo.-. J™* is 33 clear as a bell—and gets as Manpyai.VKiujr ;s till ja evidence in Mel >ou.-ze shops. _ * * * Getting famous j8 not nearly *o difficult fl» remaining -- r^0^17 mmt hu^u- b" ticrM*'*!!'/* tS® !** t!™6 **i»> .i«er aro;on iu<* wronj track;.. ,i:Jt t -to ,J0. a hard-...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

&TO0 B ffW $ M 1413 uJ) ferj tLniL^ L Uj) ii* a 9 CASH BUYERS OF WOOL. SKIN, . HIDES, Etc. Pull Markqi It-tc:: Paid. No Commie-ions OUrgfM. STORES: 433 Lstrobe street. OFFICE: 129 Kins-street. , Trial Consignment Solicited. j

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

11)0,(Mil),OCii SMUIU;!) aNNI,: VI.1.1 . Wi th \n4$ nee As This. /vM35/-]I DON'T MISS IT. The first shipment of my sou's goods has arrived, and for quality :ind designs they are a wonderful lot. Never btffoie have I been able to show such a large rango of these particular goods. They comprise the newest shades in plain and striped Browns and G"re.Vo, also a big range of various shades and designs in ALL WOOLLEN WORSTEDS. My price is still the yanie. although the goods are wortti double the pnee, sac O-/ TO SUIT oo/m measure. SEEING IS BELIEVING. Call in or .Write for S.M. Porm, Tape, and Patterns at oncc. ALL ONE PRICE. W„ H. BRUCE, The People's Tailor, 153 BOURSE STREET. MELBOURNE, v cm Hmm it TUC " £ J£j[ P.—i Nos. 3C4-306 LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Next Royal Arcade). MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE. COJlPI.KTl'.l ,Y liKlUODELI.KP. LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED. CUISINE UNPARALLELED LUNCHEONS, DIININERS, SUPPERS. TADLF. D'HOTE CI A LA CAHTl CATERING A SPECIALITY. R. L. HOSSEX LOFF, Fe OPI1IETOU. [1...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POLICE METHODS. A CASE IN POINT. Johns Have No Time to Inquire Into Truth of a Prisoner's Statement. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

POLICE METHODS. A CASE IN P01N:\ Johns Have No Time to Inquire Into Truth of a Prisoner's Statement. trivial crninph in it?.-If, but made us the view tli«> police regarding the (I"1}* they to an undefend jn the City Court on Monday, when a middle aged man, of rouph appearance,' named John Boyce, was cbar-cd with having had in Bench coffered of Mr. D. Martin '.chaittnat:;. and Mww. T. O'Callaghan. B«H. William-, and Edclsten, J:,.P. Constable Bertie Aiikcu dcpcsc.j thai at, an early hour that satno njorniu:; h > ac. charged with vagrancy before the Children"; £310 thai Le am r.o* tjnnj; in,: h;in a wooden hamih.- w pocket, and. TIED AROUND HIS LEGS by « pi«-c.r of siriii". under hp i>&ck. iron chisel produced. which could have 1 dition he had in h's poison five chip dia. nionds and five sapphires and a c.-ndie and matches. Accrued si:d ho had b in the markets for the pa;;t two : that h* had tied the chis>| around his lep for safety. Asked why ho hid not tied the o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MISTER BROWN AND HIS POPGUN. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

MISTER BROWN AND HIS POPGUN. There's a rapping and a tapping r.rul a knocking at the dcor— The Syphilitic Octopus is growing more and more; His tentacles core fiercely grip throughout our sad community, But Drysdale Brown, Health Minister, has proailscd us immunity. The Eoard of Public Health, he says, can't deal "with this sad scourge; Ho through an Act of Parliament to clean health will emerge. If you, old Brown. with your popgun, can wipe our this foul stain. Great blessings shall thereafter shov/er on your lusting naine.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A WIFE'S ALLEGATIONS. BUSINESS MAN SUED FOR MAINTENANCE. An Order Made. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

A WIFE'S ALLEGATIONS. BUSINESS MAN SUDD TOR WAIN- ' TENANCJE. j An Order Made. .Sli'K'Uinu' were m.vie l.v a wife ncr.Mi-:[ >Kt hu'hand at the Fo-itli Melbourne 1 ( nun on \Vrcln'.--.i;iv. wln::i iJi-orpuu K'd- < of Mills-si:. ft, Eolith Melbourne, pro-; ee./Jed ngain&f h^r b^sba-nd. John T. Fed- , 'I'1*, for Ihe support. o; ho;<flf ami three , children, nj»c'J 17. 1(3. unci 10. The defen- J d.ilit. who is u v,-cll-known business man in • lm«tncj4 nt MoiLuke, was defended l.y Mr. ( Baekhoiue. : Mr. Wcstley, who appeared for the wife, ■ said the parties were married many years a«o, and from the start of their married ( life the defendant HAD BEEN yXFAlTIIFUL, | owir# to which the wife's health suffered. ' and i srparafion was imperative. They parted, and for sorni- years defemiant al lowed her £3 to £5 10s. per week. This wa<? continued up to iJeeotub'T last, when tho mont-v failed i:j arrive, the defendant, who-had fih.d hi* schedule, ovid...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1914. THE CIGARETTE SUCKER. Doing the Deadly Drawback. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

mm, . • • SATPMjAY, APRIL 11, 1914. • - ' "the cigarette'sucker Doing the Deadly Drawback. Practically every voting man anil youth to-day, in this country at least, is a cigarette. smoker; but the know ledge of tho incalculable deleterious ef fects on a very large percentage of cigarette smokers is not generally known. <(Truth" docs not desiro to wowscrise or condcmu smoking iu any ehapo or form from the moral .aspect, because there is no moro delightful poother to many people thau a good pipe or ciguT, but something should he done to check what is undoubtedly a grow ing evil among the youth of tho com jatinity from the physical point oC vievr. Cigarette?, owing to their mildnes?, Trould be the least harmful form of smoking if smoked in the same manner as a pipe or cigar, but in their very mildness lies their dauber, lor they do not satisfy without the inhalation of the smoke into the hings, or what is commonly known as th« "drawback.' Do growing youths especially, the dr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

- GET A. 1 BROOK" ORDER For Your , j SEASON'S REQUIREMENTS. 'THE PREMIER OFFICE" And PIONEER OP CASH ORDERS 1 In Victoria. Established 1908. A large 'number of First-Class Shops Accept These Orders, and This is THE ONLY CASE ORDER OFFICE Trading With Oyer's. Special Torma FOR FTONITORE. "BROOK" 240 LITTLE COLLINS STREET. Open Friday cvonwirrs tijl 'Phone* . -• »* <5j T. RO/JER, , „ <» 256 SVTALSTON" SB.' '•• V | {Nunnn's ButMir-qV Tvdoord'from Hospital, a hi u ^aas utud |"Lincoln=Stisart" I Tailored for S5s.! Every Gnnncnt just a# yoi'd ir'*h it to he 1 In Cui> l?'t and I uish—Guaranteed in iV t D under penalty of a full rctfind. Your choirc | from a, really Magnificent Suiting Range, fcal'.r.in^ the nc?r Brov.n, Grey. Green and "U'^lcwod I*iu«" {Grc*y-KiU(;> rro^rid* i;: 0k> Fashionable lJ*-;jc<nal fcj'ripi'. Check ami Mised Effect—stufTn that you would no*, bp surprised to see priced at twice cur iigurc. This is our offer at 55s. CALL OP. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FIGHT AGAINST FLOGGING The Cat and the Triangle: Horrible Relics of a Barbarous Past. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

FIGHT AGAINST ILOQGING The Oat arid the Triang!© : Horriiple Relics oZ a ■Barbarous Past. They stripped the pale-faced boy to the waist and they tied liis hands on high, And swung the cat on his frail white back, quoting "An eye for an eye." The hrutal aria of the flogger strong rose up in a savage vim; . l' -The swishing lash billiard and cruel aiuhranded the sno*v-whito skin. "" "ft shriek rang cut on the morning air ss th."» biocd-streak* dyori his hack; Tho muscles tGnsed on tho tortured frame as though cn the murd'rous rack; Again fell the lash with savage swing-—a sound 'twixt a sob ard a scream Burst from lips liis teeth hit through in a shudder cf anguish keen. ■ Another! ("Oh! Christ!—have mercy, ir.cn!") and the cords strike once again. One morel (Oh. Judge, cn your easy chair, can you judge of the convulsed frame?) • .* The mangled flesh tears through the ckin, a quiver with tortured life, . v And the knotted thongs, all wet with gore, sing shrill liko a devil's fife. . *...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MOTORISTS AND MUGS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

MOTORISTS AND MUGS. The road to Mordialloc last Saturday was a line placo of observation for a. connoisseur in motor cars. Along Point Xepean-road and over Beach-road, past they whizzed in all their granflour and expensiveness. There were no tuppenny hapenny "runabouts" or pussy-looking jiggers among that turnout. They were all touring cars of the best, most com fortable, and speediest pattern. At first blush it seemed strango to the un« initiated that thero ahoultl "be such an unbroken aristocracy in the nutomoHUo Line; but .there was nothing surprising in it when it was remembered tbat tbe day -was race-day at Alordialloc, und that nearly every occupant of nearly every motor was ono of tbe Chosen. In other words, the long train of af* fluent motor proprietors was composed of bookic-s—odds merchants of every grade of the flat-eatcbing profession. On tbe other hand, the road from the ATor dialloe station to the course saw a jaded-looking procession of expectant wights hopeful of pic...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PRITCHARD'S PERSPICACITY. Loves, Not the Lodger. MAKES ALLEGATIONS AGAINST HIS ADA. And Sues for Divorce. EX-GUARD GALLED BY "CAP'N" GALL. MOTHER AGAINST DAUGHTER AT THE DIVORCE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

Loves. Not the' Lodger. MAKES ALLEGATIONS AGAINST HIS ADA. And Sues tor Divorce. EX-GUARD GALLED BY " CAP'N " GALL. MOTHER AGAINST DAUGHTER AT THE-DIVORCE COURT. (Prom Sydney "Truth," April Z, 1514.) I'ivori:*' Court on TJiui s-I.ty. Tin; suit ' brfiiKhi t>y an «*x-r:ill\vay '.jtiarii, nu;n<-d Fr«.tli*rlck .larnes I'rlt«-h;ml, «?;nl»st bin wMm. KJiznb-th A«!u Prit' hnnl. on a.-count >•( h.-r nJuiiMry with one Frank tUiU. a captain of th- Kir.' HrlKud* •if Arnrim-,.. uh'-f all tin- juirtk-.s n iui'J an • •x-f-'afii<:an warrior. Tip; viU- r.-pli-,!. jill-v;in;' <-ru<-\tv m» th« part 'Ji' hor hu-harM. itrwl f< r u Judicial FREDERICK J.' PRITCHlUlD. appeared for the petitioner, Mr. Sanders I for respondent, and Mr. Monaghan for the 00-respondent. Evidence was given showing that the Prltcbards had been married twice, the first marriage being celebrated at the In dependent Presbyterian Kirk, 57 Philip street, on July 6, 1900, th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

il§prf lyp wiih ft) iptions W ic entire scalp <j1 am-Buk is so M ,aud so sooth* lid ,.,,1 .* IVJ Dallv dressings Zam-Buk quickly end all eruptions and sores and make the emir clean and sweet. Zam pure and refined itself, Ing, healing.mil antiseptic, r superior jo all ordinary ointments r.nd salve*. No form cf r.kin dis ease can long resist the potent her- »5j bal juices of which Zam»Buk is composed. Zam-Buk heals up cuts* burns and scalds quickly and j?C cleanly*' £>:• Many are the homes made happy by Zam*Buk. :*vj I v 6 J a:; J Js 6d per pot. ■pm.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PLUTES, PLUNDERERS AND PEERS. More Murky Marconi Monkeyings. A PIRATE PEER PILLORIED. Whitewash That Won't Wash. BUYING AND SELLING TITLES. LONDON, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

PLUTES, PLUNDERERS AND PEERS. - More Murky Marconi Monkeyings. ft PIRATE PE£R~PILLQR1ED . Whitewash That Won't Wash. BUYING AND SELLING TITLES. (FItOM ••TliUTII'.S" LONDON COI'.HES I'ONDENT.) LONDON. February 2S. - » Commiitf-. i'i. t . 1 ' ' r* -Marconi | »•> th'. «'uur>:c ,,t th- ;:trik" ; vvi*c v.il J. Mrf'ijovj in the Houxe ot . <lay« later 1 iKji'i'fit t,v , ••«"< a» Injured In • r,l tjv .1 irtrtv tr;itii»Tiiiir -it t>„. Llb.T.,I IK. conuMfci him I hi!* jsu'1,1' .'.(hi refcrriui* • to • I'm .itibwcrs t.» iiUtMM r th.. i VaLis'" ♦sir t.-*;;,!...-! (who at.o.ir and hypocritj-- j} •in.uk \<r , - "r Si" j i lu*1 w h«Xi» a,i hl,« it t .'hti ht1 very -.v,.n >-.U,| in t!„. ,, 0. 1 '"rd.. iUirl; ■: thrtiusl, whltow:,:.\ l:,„ , jjin.l th-*.- d-irk stain? utislit to hi l» "r.l.T that the ryil „d„r!, „( -\s rc„„ «, m.u.„ „( ■■ '"" lwtn«. wit!. "Mar-oH " i r{.<mW;.*, th..- b:jyj:ii* :tn ! y.-lfin-- -Vf ' ,l0iin-< • |OMw,siM...

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