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TWO LONDON LETTERS. ROTTEN RADICAL LIBERAL LOOTERS. "Marconi" Murray's "Mea Culpa." THE GREAT ULSTER RALLY. "No Surrender" Unionists. ANOTHER JEW JOBBER JOLTED. LONDON, February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

TWO L©M®©N LETTEKS. ROTTEN RADICAL LIBERAL LOOTERS. "Marconi" 'Murray's "lea Sulpa.". THE GREftfliLSTER"RALLY. "No Surrender" Unionists. ANOTHER JEW JOBBER JOLTED. (FROM "TIlUTirS" LONDON COltllKKI'ONDENT.) T-ONDO.W February 21. I It a thorough Marconi atmosphere now! Lord Murray of ICUbanU, «ticli an rwtute man in othur eonufcctlons, thought that by the time ho returned to London from Mexico and Columbia, whero he- had boen negotiating oil "eonc'isnlon*/" that everyone would hav> forgotten the word "Marconi." Poor man! Tin- Ilrlttwii pub lic has a Ionk memory for anything favoring nf a Ministerial scandal, and Lord Murray eanx' back to find out that lie was not only well-known, but "noto rious." into the bn.rua.ln. What a home Whiit a tragedy? It has beoti; h pretty precarious situation for Mm.. II" had M*vt y•• t even taken his fat In, the Uouso of Lords, ami h»> bad pro- j to explain matters to hi.*5 fellow-1 J rs, wlm w.t" thirsting for a r«al. llvui Mar^otd ' The long exp...

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

DRUNKENNESS CURED. A Peaceful Home Relieved of a Curji , EUGRASY, lit, s. V. .ill-. L<»r rjlf, " Oil, Law !r.| Ol«t >! GIVE IT SECRETLY Costs Nolhinj to Try Vo ttoub!«,no i(ii*onveiitri COUPON. On recpl|it of tills Coajnn miM thr«<> «Uaip< fvf j.o t.iw ut- will *cn>l. |xiit i« trial pAcku^e il. uai.Ji of teclim^ttial letter*. AtMrw -1 , Address—The Eucrasy Co., (52 Hunter St., Sydney* BTABUSHliD H. II- NORTON, idoti i<U(ti^ct< XJ ECZEMA. Mrs. ELIZABETH ROBINS, of 256 Gou^er Sirret. Adelaiiir, S.A., v.ritcs the story of lirr frrrib'e suffer ing*. 24/12/12. Ei-ltt youfs ,hf> was a martyr to the ajoiv, of Fcrcma, until she received r<r!i<" from the almost cc.-iselesi pain of this avsful allliction through the u»c cf •ijHtily at CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " Yaur Qciiicicc bi» fcecn a great Lleuing to rae. 1 sulftred wiib Ec:cca for t'nh\ years ; ay leg* were sv&l'ea to as awful slzt sad conriJ wit...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY MELBOURNE. SOME SPORTING REMINISCENCES. Captain Standish. Late Royal Artillery —A.D.C. to the Lord Lieutenant—Comes to Australia to "Dig" —Chief Commissioner of Police—A "pal" of the Duke of Edinburgh—The Chirnsides of the Werribee—Noted Bloodstock Breeders. No. 2[?]4. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

EARLY MELBOURNE. SOME SPORTING REMINISCENCES. Captain Standisb. Late Royal Artillery —A.D.C. to the Lord Lieutenant— Comes to Australia to "Dig" —Chief Commissioner of Police—A "pal" of the Duke of Edinburgh—The Chirnsides of the Wer ribee—Noted Blood stock Breeders. \Uy "Uld Cliuta."; No. 254. (All iJescrvcd.) ApU'lHK Fiji'!'-? and Chatnp.'M: U in-' \\ il(uius.<i\vu iiutiual t j.*.*.- uu-vl V, 163^. m lhe HVII:- I»iu-H by \\ . i . ^ u;lif. •Wll'l! Prill--" Kt^'UC. 'iiu- -fjM .li J v.-.i-i born m lb2l. :»u<.t \u> u at l'r.or far* Lyi.«.,'f, mill s:ib«-tjUfiiti.v 1.1 tue Ko>u| .dml..;v Acadtmv Uooiwrch. If.- obtain*! An in-iy, and Mir yr.Hr. Ill .Tjj wb.ai v:i; u ui;Jj»iK'r jr;slj. iii'-i:-->in.i li OUrj-n. .JoLu Muchi-il John (-n K. 1. 0 Uob.-:r.. T. i,. ^IcMamiv T. 1'. M.-aiih.-r, u».| (i.ijiT iu Van |h«in.n'« Land iJiiMiiaiiiji Uir \a:.uus pu\uds, Lb'ti i. nam F. SiiiiuJi.-h w.k uii A.lJ.C. «<» Loi\i Li.ui.u.iM of Ir« I.iU'J. i-.'.irl C.'i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A LOAFING LOUT. REFUSES TO GET UP AND GO TO WORK. Allows Mother and Sister to Keep Him. Mother Interposes in Quarrel between Son and Daughter and is Punched in the Mouth. Loafer's Bad Language Attracts Constable. Fines Total £13, or Four Months. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

A LOAFING LOUT. ! KEFCTSES TO GET UP AND C40 TO j WORK. | Allows Mother and Sister to Keep Him. ' Mother Interposes in Quarrel between Son and Daughter and is Punched in the Mouth. Loafer's Bad Language Attracts Con stable. Tines Total £13, or Four Months. I On Tuesday last, in the II aw (horn Court, Mr. Cohen, P.M., und a bench of houorarics, I had before them a 19-year-old loafing lout, j by nainoi Gregory John Allen, who was j charged with having on the preceding Friila? ; j used obscene language and assaulted his I mother. j It- so hanoen* tha( Mr?. Emily Allen, the j taid loafing lout's mother, who Jives in Church. ' i street. West Hawthorn, has u ticxt dour I neighbor Constable Kloc^fcr. While he was i 'off duty On the 3rd. inct., this ojTiecr told I , the court, ho put iu time in his yardeu. j j and in the course of that work h« heard a j j l-ov? going on next door. .When it. cauig to j ; the usinj; of bad l:ui;;ufii> that, could b" 1 heard all round, ho v»rnt in to what w...

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

We allly Children If you only knew how SCOTT'S Emulsion brings health and strength to weak- j ly children, you would never be without it in your home. Children love this creamy strength-maker which pro- ! vides the exact nutriment for growing muocles, tissues and bones — at the same time that it promotes strength to pro tect against j wasting disor ders, coughs, j colds,whooping- 1 cough, teething ! troubles and ' rickets. Give yourse If the ; trade mark, pleasure of j ■watching your children grow sturdy and strong on genuine ; SCOHSi ' Emulsion which has, indeed, saved the lives of millions of weakly children. GIRL SUFFERED WITH PAINS ALL OVER THE BODY. "SHE WAS ALWAYS AILING." Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills Quickly Cure. "My (kix-iiU r, u;.'cd 13 \varsultercd fri«;luful»y troui pumn .ill over her body ami in her back for uviin- mouths," writes ill*. J. Atfncws. 17 Paltnetsion-iiroet, Quuny Hill, Itembsjo, V;V. "She wu< so bad sb<: «hv:iy--. wanted to li" down, and w...

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

!FURNITURE! FURNITURE!! i . HOTE WELL B B A G Q, E Shows you through fr.etory; why pay shop prices? Save moccy at 116 LONSDALE ST. I - B R A G G E. ! Before buy nigs call and see my goods';' con« j pare cay prices with the shops. ' j Near Wesley Church. j B R A G G E. ! Buy oirect, sutq ^0 per f at.; buy off maker j ! 50 Europeans employed. 116 Lousdsdc-it. > 1 manufacture, that's w' / I kcI! cheap'; aa j big profits or rents to pay. f I Hear Exhibitionist. i B R A G G E. | j Seventeen years manufacturing for the ! shops; now supplies the public ut wholesale ! prices. Kear • Erhibitlou-st. ! JJ R A G G E. i i £3,000 worth of stock to chooso from;' Llf rcduetipu on anyone's catalogue.' 116 Lonsdale-st. ' B K A G G E. Kino pieces real bide Suite, oak, £8 10s.; shop price, £16. Beo it at 116 Lonida)e-*U B R A G G E. Prices ore lower than anywhere; you ;ma*i * bvf if 700 call. Near Wesley Cburciu

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ERNEST HAY'S KID'S EDUCATION. SENT TO A FRENCH SCHOOL. Fees Not Paid—Dad Pulled to Court. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

IEHHEST HAY'S KID'S EDUCATION. I j SENT TO A TRENCH SCHOOL. 1 Fees Not Paid—Dad Pulled to Couit. j The T.'ifu of Ernest liar, of Alexandra street, East St. Kilda. wes desirous of har I ing her chi.dren educated at a toffy school, ! instead of the; less expensive State school, so sac interviewed Mesdcmoi&cik-.> Pignolet, i principals of •'L'Aveulr," Lad.eV College, St. I h-ilda, which has for its irotio '\Stquere j Deum,'' which interpreted means, 4To fol ; low Ujd." and arranged for h«?r eon Yal and t daughter Connio to attend the college. Mr*. llav sent the children to the college | from October 13 to December 19. 1913, and i th<y cujyycd all the privileges of the school. t where, to quote from the prospectus, "French ■ is acquired with facility by Mademoiselles ! Pigiiolet's method, and is the language habitually spoken throughout the college." Then Dad llay got tho shock of ins lifj: by receiving a bill hom the French ladies for £10 Is. Gd. lie refused to pa...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE ILL-USED AUSTRALIAN BLACKS. MISSIONARIES IN THE BLACK NOR[?]WEST. People They are Trying to Convert. (To the Editor of "Truth.") [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

THE ILL-USED AUSTRALIAN BLACKS. . MISSIONARIES IN THE BLACK ! NOR'-WEST. j People They are Trying to Convert, j (To tho Editor of "Tn:th."> j Sir.—Th/» news frotn Krocmr. Au<. tralia that the native black* had murdered two fathers and six lav brothers belonging to the Drysdalo Rirer branch of the new Norcea Mission, ■trill not, come as a surprise to iho few people who know Iho cor'-west. blacks and the antipathy ih<\v have to while, men. 'Ihis antipathy ha* been brM by ihe systematic ill-treat uient thf-y Lave been sub. jocted to for years, fir-t ai the hands of Malay# who visited th" roast, after becLe do mcr, and later on by white?,' From Kiiis Souud in the conili, to Cap? Londonderry in the north, the country is very little known, ami has oii!\* b'-«n visited by a few pear] shellers a:i<l beobe d* riser fishers, whoso treatment of the native in the past has not bs-'.-n such as to vviu their con£denc«. I remember on or.'.* occasion in 1897, when...

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

YOUR EASTER HOLIDAY !| 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. J. SV8TFGHELL, The Actual Lender, for Promptness and Privacy, 58 QUEEN ST., 2 Doors from Collins St. Local Manufacture. Therefore, nrFrDrp smoke nLl LWlL. Hade in AUSTRALIA by AUSTRALIANS.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SHALL FLOGGING CEASE? WHAT'S IN THE PUBLIC MIND? The Inhumanity of Revenge. The Lash as an Incentive to Awful Crimes. (To Mr. John Norton.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

SHALL FLOCCINC CEASE? WHAT'S IN THE PUBLIC MIND1 The Inhumanity of Ecvcngo. Tlio Lash as tui Incentive to Awful Crlrnos. (To JUr. John Norton.) of coirec- ; lion of evil-doing, 110110 has tom- w far as i .vou on tiip palh of ffoiin, and none lias i been pwimlt'ii with sucll Ull amount of :i'-- i tention as is now be in;; h> stowed on yi>u, and ou your paper "Truth" in the present j cruaudo, incited by the bruUlising penalty j imposed by Judge EbrImou ou the youth i Wilde. j There are not lacking number* of people | who *ec in t husj nicwnjc.it an organised cfTort ; to reprieve Wilde fn»m the triangles. They close their eyes —it', mdeed, their eyes ftver were opeu—to the greater principle involved. You will recall the lines: A primrose bv the livvj's briiu i A .vcllow prln* Awl this uiovvuicnt. Wl which VtiU liave con stituted yourself tie Jcirlc.i*. outbpokeu trunt, i< to a sectiou a try-on to sare Wilde's of the public , majority ' of tile puuiic i o: this campaign...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MAYOR PAGE OPPOSES USURY. MERCILESS MONEY-LENDERS. Bleeding Poor People. Port Melbourne Methods. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

1 MAYOR PAGE OPPOSES ! USURY. ; MERCILESS MONEY-LKNDKKS. Bleeding Poor People. Fort Melbourne Methods. I Recently there was a limited ulterca- j lion at the I'ort Melbourne Police Court ! I between Cr. A. 1,. rage, win. occupied ' a seat on the bench in his capacity us ' mayor, and Mr. C. Macfarlatie. who appeared 011 behalf of u money-lei, 'cr . claiming principal nnd interest. Or. Page had been speaking his mind re- ' garding the usurious practices of greedy and merciless inoiiev-leadcrs, and had written to the local'journal ahout the matter, und Mr. Mci'arlano took excep tion to his sitting on the heueli.-accus ing him of bias. The magistrates re- I tired for u few uwmonis. with the result that a majority of Ui^ colleagues con sidcred tlint Cr. ra»,» ou^-ht not to sit tn judgment. and in def.jen.'e to tboir opmiou the- mayor ryt»n».l. On u second ooeasion, u fortnight later. Cr. I'n^o ortoe more looked down front tfie bum-h • on i))m mono.v-k<n«W '«■ r^prr.Tntuti v»\ u...

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

FIRST SHOW, 7-9. (ZemxS&uidwiat SECOND SHOW, 9-11. Fuller-Brennaii Vaudeville Circuit of Australia and New Zealand. TWBCE M1GHTLY. 7 0 0 11. Matinees, Wednesday and Saturday, at 3. Startling New Programme Next Matinee, Saturday, April 11. ROYAL BANZAI PAMILY, The World's Greatest lilsley Artists. LEONARD WILLARD In Calling His Bluff. JUNO SALMO, The Devil Dandy, in his Wonder ful Contortion Act. HILARY LONG, T)jo IJpside-down Phenomenon. CLEMENT MAY, Character Actor and Dicheni Artist. FIVE MUSICAL LASSIES J In a Refined Musical Act. Bailey's Beaytafya Posirag Dogs. Dedicated to the Sportsmeu of Australia. TWICE NIGHTLY YAUDEVILLE. Ol'KNIXG OX Saturday, April 11. STKAUB SISTERS, DAVIS, AI.LEN. ou l DAVIS. Something Original, Something New TWICE NIGHTLY YAUDEVILLE. POPULAR PRICES.—Orchestral Stalls, 2/; Early Stalls and Dress Circle, 1/6; Stalls, 1/-; Family Circle, Early Door to Family Circle 3d. extra. Box Plans open all day at Theatre. No extra charge for booking. THIS IS ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PURPLE PALACE PARIAH. PROMOTES A DIVORCE PETITION. Bootmaker's Wife Supplanted by Barmaid. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

PURPLE PALACE PARIAH. PROMOTES A PIVOECE PETITION. Bootmaker's Wlfo Supplanted by Barmaid. Sitting in clivorco juri^diciiott on j Tuotdny, his Honor Mr. Justice Hood clculb f with Ihu Kiut of Josephine John (29), of 234 X'unt-road, Kichwond, described ob a board iu{,'Hou8«vkec'per, for dissolution of lier inar riV-re with Arthur Albert Jchn, nlso 29, liotr of 35 Hijjlictt'Urcet, West Richmond, on tho ground of deaortfon. Mr. L. S. Woolf (instructed by Messrs. Mnddork, Jameson, nr.d Louie) appeared for the petitioner, and there was no appear* uucf of or for the respondent. The pilitioiUT, in her uRidavit verifying her petition, btoicd thut she was married to respondent on June G, 190G, by tho Ite*. Jobn llosking, at 101 Ctore-*irect, Fitzrov, and thereafter lircd with respondent, a | bootmaker, ut Clifton Hill, Fitzroy, nnd ' Richmond. 1« August, 1903, respondent had j begun to CO OUT AT NIGHT, and to vuuniii atvuy from hoiu»« uutil a 1*4* hour. IVliiiojitr wot informed that it was j...

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

MARIE LLOYD'S AMERICAN EXPERIENCES. Mls.c Mnrle I.loyd Is well ktiown "down under" la you irt Australia. \t hither she t has tvviv Uiiil'i' the Kiekurdian banner. Well, here's u Avedge anent the wll-known .lerio, fur there an* more ways , than one of wirmiiiK faint'. If you werf i starting on a theatrical career, and you had all the necessary attributes for de serving success. you would probably bp . wise in ongu;;In>ra press agent. Ho would ' s« nd you to the wilds of llorneo, or to i some place where you could bo reported if being captured by brigands. so that ! your name could b»- east abroud in every , newspaper. I'urioslty would at once bo aroused. and your nppearanro on the halls would be hailed by gasping crowds, i I wonder if it lias struck the Yankee- [ doodle people what u huge advertising scheme they are carrying out. much to the prolil of Miss Marie I-loyd. Uerpopu- j lariiy in this country dispenses with ad- : vertisement other than the mention of her ! name. but if ...

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

ROSEBERY'S SLEEPLESSNESS. Wry general sympathy on the part nf the public has been extended to Lord ( Rosehery. who. a fittlo more thun a fort night auo, underwent a somewhat serious operation in London fur an internal cum* plaint. No oiiv outside his immediatr , circle of relatives had any knowledge wh.itcvt-r of his Illness tintil a bulletin was issued stntinc that the operation was completely successful, and that the pati ent was making satisfactory progress. In scmnia—to which Lord Rosebery is unfor tunately predisposed—has caused n pood deal of anxiety, and in consequence abso- i lute quiet is necessary. I TIOW THK NEWS CAME OUT. I The fact that Lord Rosebery underwent | a serious operation was kept very quiet, | and there seems to have been no intention of communicating information to the 1 newspapers. The news reached Fleet-street in an accidental way. An <-ditor read that his Lordship had resigned the chairmanship . of some small society in Edinburgh. so sent a rep...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LAW'S MISAPPLIED LENIENCY. JUDGE WASLEY ON CRIMINAL IMMIGRANTS. Future Severe Punishment Promised. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

LAW'S MISAPPLIED LENI ENCY. JUDGE WASLEY ON CRIMINAL IMMIGRANTS. ! Future Severe Punishment Promised. With monotonous regularity immi grants ciiutinue to pass through tho hands of tho police, charged with com plicity in crimes v.ilh which it is in variably demonstrated by evidence j they have been previously familiar. ■ Tho numerousness of these imported ; i criminals flagrantly reflects on tho j ■ methods employed by the Immigration ! • officers in the United Kingdom. f 1 In sentencing a prisoner in the Court J of General Sessions on Monday, Judge ] ! Waslev made a few pertinent remarks , ! concerning these gentry, and inferen- J ; tially also concerning the leniency which • hitherto has boon ! EXTENDED TO THEM BY Jl*DGEP \ and magistrates. The case which ex . cited his Honor's timely comment was ; that <»f a narrow-chested, cringing , young fellow named John Bonder, of de- , cidedly Jewish east of countenance, who l had beeu convicted on tvvo charge" of receiving stolen...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DENNY "WANTS TO GO 'OME." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

• DENNY "WANTS TO GO ,OME.M * Truth is a rude iconoclast. It is always shatrcriug somebody's idoJ. Whenever, f'rinstance, the Horsetra lian public become convinced that some one in a high place is worth while ele vating as a wooden god. or a tin .ioss, or—what is more deified than either— n "good sport." it 5a suddenly dis covered that the idol i* only an empty image after all. Little U.-CK Penman is the latest joss to lo>.e his sawdust stuff ing. Ho u?ed to put horses over the jumps on show ground?, turtf out at Oaultield on frosty mornings and ride •work, attend football and cricket matches, play polo, yap with bow yangers in the streets, and generally uct as though he were an ordinary, de ceit citizen. Barring Hopetoun, Den raan has proved about the least ob jectionable top-dog in the governing line that 'Stralia has had. His recent lamentations, however, at tho thought of leaving tho country seem to have been all crocodile's weeps—probably a •well-rehearsed stage howl. Accord...

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

IS IT THS KID STAKES? No matter how divergent opinions may bo as to whether the Baby Bonus was a called-for piece of legislation, everyone must be fairly well agreed that the very essence of the State generosity should be the handing over of the fiver on the nail at the earliest moment after the little immigrant ar rives. Obviously, tho whole intention >»f tho gift i« to relievo financial anxiety at a time when tin* pat ient most wants that relief, and if that intention is not carried out. tr.:n the nuu'h-ridiculed niece of legislation is . ?ven more farei ml than it* opponent* n ir.ke it out to be. As a matter of fact, pa ivments are ridi eulously delayed. In a case which has eomo tinder the notice of this paper a baby was born here i n Melbourne on March 9, but although the papers were sent in promptly that is the last that has been heard of tin' business. Jn two other cases tho births were notified rhree days later, and with the same re sult—or, rather, no result. As a mat ter...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
T.B., OR NOT T.B. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

T.B., OR NOT T.B. him at Uushc-utter Well, dospit" hi.? many fart-well.". which are almo.st' as numerous as Kittling N<-}.»:on's'. the erst- , whlU- heavyweight eh;imj>h«i of world tin- p»'t traditions of the r:n?. ami fought i a jn-jjro for the title. The other- Jay. I . notice Hums surt»-<i his rome-hack ef- ' fort, and it .resulted In a victory, He' opposed tv one battling Hrunt, and j the refer*,. intervened to save Brunt from The reports say J agility surprised piffle. I learned lotiv; viko how to treat ih« ordinary cable messages. Bums as ; joke, and that in spit, he Is gPttlHK in a or. press. Altogether It Filzsimmons had :

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

JOHNSON'S DECISION. Since I have been In Lunnon I Mi.ive : cprne into i/untaut. wllh tin- Pank hurst crowd, and I am -now forwarding you a couple of ilshtabh: pars In this week't? wad of m"iy<k1. I Looking amazingly Jit. and also wry comfortably fat, the. Mk black champion uf the world was Interviewed by a sport- j liity S'-rihe last week'at a Parisian hostelry. ••\V"ll. Jack, are von noinp to arcept the off/r uf XU00O to meet tfum ' f/jtiuford*.'" ••I «uoss riot,'' said Ja<k. with em phusi.-'. "When Tummy. Uurns was cham pion he ;;ot HvWJ'j a Una-: if that otter is ' not forthcoming from Mr. lU'ttinson'.« I committer, th«»n you can lake It there's . nothing doln;; " "Is that your final decision?" I "Absolutely tinal, I assure you." con- ' '.'hided the netfro. . Johnson's attitude In thl.-* Important ! matter will eau*e • widespread surprise, j although the Incident is eminently char- 1 aoterlstlc of th«* man. ( Therefore I jo nut think we need i.ay .my more he...

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