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HARRY LAUDER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

HARRY LAUDER. I!y tli.' this K-ttor r»-a.-you. tli" fin-atly bouM««d Harry Luud.'i' will haw ijltiiikfJ his prunHhi* on your shoivs. . I h«*ai<J I.jud'T Jif-ro, at tin- Pahi'V Th'-atr-*, :md . uii't say as how I wai inii'-ii sh>»ok «-n thf S.-oic'hinari. i.»f < uur-.' h" will .jr'jU-, if oniv /rom thf* ^urlo.-Jity of th- Australian.*; and so, too, will old Kll»'» T"iry, for thf >'artw reason. ISut win*n tin* novvlty has worn off, 1 don't honestly think much ran be .said for either. Anyhow, them's rny sentiment*.

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

SHAKESPEARE'S COUNTRY. .U time of writing 1 arn visiting what • !f> Known as "Shakespeare's Country," and I have hud "a «ood look thrua^ti Ann JIathaway's cottage at Shottery. Thi* is a delightful country. ' most beautiful walk.* in the k'rt^n lanes of old Kntfland. 1 most 'iTtairily think that all Australians who ran vMt llu* Old World rthuuld do ho; and once in Loudon, pretty well all I spots rn.iy he reached at a comparatively j small I'.xpfiist*. 1 intend later taking a J trip to Kru«ea. for I arn dying to plunk my prunellos on the Field of Waterloo, where a bloke nu/ned Byron has told u* ' Thor^ w;i.« a. sound of rtvolry by ni^ht. And capital hud gathered th.-rv. Etcetera, etcetery, and so on.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AMERICAN CONSULATE SCANDAL. ARMY AND NAVY PENSIONERS Receive Doles by Draft AND PAY EXCHANGE AND INTEREST. The Consul's Clerk Makes Advances at Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

AMERICAN CONSULATE SCANDAL : i ARMY AND NAVY PENSIONERS Receive Doles by Draft AND PAY EXCHANGE AND INTEREST. The Consul's Clerk Makes Advances at Interest. A few uttvs ago, a tall, thin man, with a" . ivon-irrcv beird and the trace of an aeccnt } ihat proclaimwl him * iMiive *i the Great, ltvpublir, w;\lk'-U imo lui* 0^lCC« tinci* un* ' wouur-i.., a, a Civil Wur ^o^rj unfolded » l tLlo tale regarding the way us which h:Y» fellow-campaigners received tbe,r I quarterly dol« from tbc United Slate* Got* j eminent through the local consulate Drafts ois tii" VS- Treasury were sent for eaeh j •ua i but in mail? criso*. instead ot the i r,c» «l>iwv p^-tung hi* draft t«o oogotiato at ■A haul:. Ua was Rivea, hy tbc consul's clerk, :1m official'* own cheque. That was all tery well, but there: wa3 Q considerable difference between the amount of that cheque and the English equivalent of the U.S. Treasury lirati, For instance, for a dnrffc for Wdol lars. otherwise £9 5i., the old soldier, it ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PECULIAR JUSTICE AT PRAHRAN. SENTENCE POOR PEOPLE FOR NOT SENDING SICK CHILDREN TO SCHOOL. Solicitor Gourlay Leaves Court in Disgust. Evidence of Parents Given on Oath Ignored by Bench. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

PECULIAR JUSTICE AT PBAMM. SENTENCE POOR PEOPLE POP. NOT SENDINO SICK 0 HELD BEN TO SCHOOL. Solicitor Gourlay Leaves Court la Disgust. E-rfdence of Parents Given oa Oath Ignored by Eencli. j1M^c the 1'rahrnn justices, I ' H,°") of the heathen C'hiaco. ur„ 1 iJ>ocuI,ar- Tlo justices often awerf that I t>"■}■ may err in th.t .^ministration <.f I lne law, oivi.iK to s.Jmu obtUNo l.-^al : technicality, but never fail to give tioe Uo«- .'aHac;,,,, ,Wa I* ga.iicred from t':o following report oi' truancy twf v.-hieh wro dealt v.-ith bv -Ue.-srj. Buswtl (chairman), Ban"* J.aJkcr, and .Martin. .T,.r., 3t ^ i rti fir a n Court on Monday. ««"ic.Mo„k;i,g woman t,!«:,<!• ter'r? l»°f" irhP Umol,, from heiidsichev. •M.W^J'PT1 ■SiVC''i lia •nirnn' fr'° ,riil'1"3b ,1<; rati, t . ! (pathetically). x0, air. He ' i turriill^'n-*,':'re<? ,heai!' an(l suffers so I „T,^ ?•' " \ r :t KouId be <,roel io set id htm j0 school. to^hoS^"""1 y0U ma9t S...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FIGHT AGAINST FLOGGING. SUBJECT FOR EASTER DAY SERMON BY JOHN NORTON. ABOLISH THE AWFUL LASH. No Toleration of Torture. Proposd Flogging of Boy Wilde—Mr. Norton's Mass Meeting of Protest—Great Gathering For Easter Sunday Night at Spencer's Picture Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

FIGHT AGAINST FLOGGING. SUBJECT FOR EASTER DAY SERMON BY JOHN NORTON. ABOLISH THE AWFUL LASH. No Toleration of Torture. Proposd Flogging of Boy Wilde—Mr. Norton's Mass Meeting of Protest—Great Gathering For Easter Sunday Night at Spencer's Picture Theatre. Nineteen hundred years ago, or there- t abouts, Jesus Christ \va3 scourged by tho ordor of Pontius Pilato at the be* ' hest of a mob of savage, vengeful Jews. This flogging, as u prelude to tho first Easter, wus tho first striking iilustra tion of the brutal use of the lash upon which tho miuds of people havo dwelt— ' an ineffaceable memory of vindictive . spleen and repulsive cruelty wreaked upon tho Gentlest of Men. Pontius Pi- ] late scourged Him. and then delivered i Him to the Jaws, who mn'le riin\ uh wil der tho Cross, nnd flogged His ie?u!o, j laggard stop* along tho tortu.Mis road : that led to tho place of Calvary. Now, after the clapso ol' nine- ; teen centuries, wo find that the bloody brutality of early savagery still ...

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

DISAPPOINTING DECENCY. I The natural serenity of the closing J days of last year, a little over three months ago, was made liideous by the | yapping and barking of every discor ! dunt killjoy in the place conccrning the general helliahness of a proposal to license a dancing ealooa ut St. Kilda. Headers of this paper, together witli the j insiguificnnt minority who are not, won't readily forget the caterwauling of the wowser.", of whom Holy Joe Thomas, M.l\, and Dismal Jimmy Mo : Cutchoon, M.L.A., were two of the most , painful and dolorous examples. This writer can see poor Dismal Jimmy, as ; though it were but nn hour ago, look ing as agonised us a fruit-shaking kid ' with the gripes, painting a wowsery picture of the effect of tho saloon. The ruoans were awful. The disordered con dition of an over-eaten policeman was :«s nothing to the windy travail of Jim my as he described the horrorful doings that would be induced on the beaclv by couples hot from the sensuous in iluoncos of th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. HELPED TO ITS FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. HELPED TO ITS TEST. Tlio concentrated intelligence of the Commonwealth, aa represented by tlic Premier's Conference, has agreed on the already obvious fact that somethiog wants doing with that interloping cre ation, the Commonwealth Bank. As was fore-doomed, the Savings Bank branch of that unwanted institution has proved a frost. What hope there ever was of it proving otherwise is beyond explanation, seeitg that the States Sav ings Banks have always admirably filled :he people's needs; and the public have :ever vet been known to prove disloyal *o any institution that serves them .veil. Tn addition to that. there was a natural feeling; of resentment that a ■ raetical outsider should « ?nter into gra 'uitous competition with the people's iJready established bunk; «!. The whole ulea from the start was y . huge tnisenr.' •option oi' national rerjuir* nnent* and. as ;»:«s been said, was d^srin ed to go bun •ight from tho jump. If the Fisher i'rovcroiaent ...

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

MANAGES MEYMOTT.. This in itoyaotr, f-'t' \l>- J'i.-.iurca, M'auu^r uu-1 r.;.ck tioo|.; IloV chap Iims-c'b ^pencrtr's— With i1m« ••hcoiu" inaki'S a scoop. J.alt» of Syilu'.'y. aiul Wostr.iJia, Uo now I'ocmiM in Mrlbournp town, Whcro he'* always bright and happy You 11 never eee him wear a frowai - '

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

> A MENTAL MATING. (By Elbert Hubbard.) : Yesterday woman -was a chattel. Xmt Bho Is, in law, a minor. To-morrow she will bo free—or par tially so, save as to her own limitations —that is to say, as free as man. These changcs havo gradually come about through isolated discoveries that a man and a woman may be mental mates. . . Then for the first time there existed honesty in their relationship, for surely I do not have-to prove that honesty between master and slave is cither an accident or a barren ideality. There must be a community of interest. Love for its own sake can eiift only between a man and a woman mentally mated, for only then is complete, un qualified, honest expression possible. Men who marry for gratification, pro pagation, or the matter of buttons and soclcs must expect to cope with and deal in a certain amount of quibble, ■ subterfuge, concealment, and double deep-dyed prevarication. And these thing3 will leave their mark upon futurity. The fusion of two minds in ...

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

MR. GRIFFITHS' RESIGNA TION. (From Brisbane "Trulli.")

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Bishop Barnes Bullied Barnes Stands on His Dig. AND GROWS RED AND ANGRY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

Bishop Barnes Bullied BY A TARA COCKIE. Barnes Stands on His Dig. AND GROWS RED AND ANGRY. (From Brisbane "Truth.")

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Woful Work of Wowsers CALLOUS CONDUCT OF CABINET. Simple Savages Sacrificed TO GRASPING GREED OF GOSPEL GRINDERS. A THREATENED TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

Woful Work of Wowsers CALLOUS CONDUCT OF CABINET. Simple Savages Sacrificed 10 GRASPING GREED OF GOSPEL. , CRINDERii, A THREATENED TRAGEDY. rrrom BrMianp "Truth.") Should the official doings of tlio Den ham Mini-try be recorded bv an un loaded histonan. it will be found that no Marker pages will darken Mich record than those wherein an- set out the ad nnnisirative acts and ordinances pro mulgated at the dictation of the wow *eri«di harking of most of the members forming the present Tory Cabinet. Tim* n.nd again has needful domestic' lcgis|y. tion been distorted and bastardised bv the inclusion in it- provision* of per nicious and tallacious lads of I he squint minded and pharisuical pintests who hi Arrogantly dominate the contempt iblv coinplai-^uif new. .But hartnfitl ami disastrous t.» the general welfare us tbe*e enactments have proved, the awakening intelligence of the commu nity give-* hope ot release and restora tion oj sane, practical government when the befooled constituenci...

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

HARRY HALL LOANS £3 UPWARDS ■ LOANS £3 UPWARDS * — — - gaiall Weekly Repayments - Small \Veekly KepaymecU Houieliolders and Workers ■ ■ - ■ — -4 i Uou*eUol\i*ra aad WorUvi* — — ■ .. * ; -- — Privately : Day of Application. ■ Vmalfclj: Duy of Application. HARRY1IALL, 315 Collins Street fTto© Doors from F.Unbrtb Street). THE IMPERIAL HAIR-DRESSING SALOON. FAIR TREATMENT. FAIR CHAROE3. St^rilijeil Salnrn Material. 229 Bourkc Street (Opposite Theatre Royal). A. J. OKAY, T»rpnr:^Ar. PrintM ond h/jOKN. NORTON*. • the nropri»>tor. at (h<» T5*jri*tef«a Offie* of "Troth," No. 3 Rorsl-lane, Melbourne it * tb« &UU of Victoria.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POLICE PHANTASMAGORIA. Culture at the Cops' College. Phelim Forsakes the Pumpkin Patch. Becomes Bachelor of Boobiology. Peeler's Progress Pictured in Pen and Pencil, Milestones in the Career of John Hop. From Cow[?]Puncher to Capitalist. "It's clear to me the defendant has been the victim of an inexperienced policeman." Remark of Mr. Mowbray, police magistrate, in dismissing a Valley resident, unjusti[?]ably arrested by a constable and charged with assault. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

(Eulture at the ©ops' 0ol!eoe. Phelim Forsakes . the-Pumpkin Patch. Becomes Bachelor of Boobiology. Peeler's Progress Pictured in Pen and Pencil, milestones in the Career of John Hop. From GowrPuneher to Capitalist. "It's clear lo me the defendant has been the victim of an inexperienced policeman.". —Remark of Mv. Mowbray, police magistrate, in dismissing a Valley resident, unjuatiilably arrested by a constable and clmrgeil with assault. ' * . (From Brisbane 'Truth.") Even in onllqht.-nr-il era th*re are people who believe thai th" hand that rucks the cradle rul*s the world. There are s«> JVw hands rocking cradles these times that tli-y don't count. The average present-day matron shows a decided preference for a skirt so'tlKht that it makes her look like a plastlr iiuiilcl nbom to burst, ami makes her husband fed uiuasy. If there over was a time wh«*u feminine Oncers rocked and ruled. it has failed beyond the rim of remotest reollec . lions. Uyt;oii.' a«t-s have had their ; shibb...

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

Colonial ©ffice Kid, 2 The Colonial Secretary, "Lulu"iHarcouVt, presided at the banquet to welcome Mr.. Denham to London. "Lulu" said ha had wntehpd with pleasure and interest the splendid progress ahd development of Queensland, etc., etc.. etc.. and referred to the fact that that day was the third anniversary of Mr. Denhnm's accession to the Premiership of Queensland. etc., etc., etc. Mr. Denham, in reply, said that .'Mr. Harcourthad shown a most Intimate and comprehensive knowledge of all the affairs of importance which were now engaging their attention in Queensland, etc.. etc.. etc.,.and St was gratifying to find that all this was so well understood and appreciated so clearly at the Colonial Office, etc., etc.* etc.—Impressive cable in Brisbane Tory press. | ^'Lulu" (to Colonial Office flunkey, the day before the "beano"): D'<J into the "D's," and tell me who this chap Denr.am is."—C.O.F.: Yes, sir, I ' And-then look into the "Q's," and give me something about Queensl...

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

OPIUM SMOKING. I I«at*r. on th«* name day. Ah Kay 'for whom Mr. Daley appeared) wj.«? charged with having a tin ot opium in his po«Mes *ioti. Th»« polU-f evidence vv«-nt to "how thut at 10."0 on the li-tr. Inst., Sonlor • I'hurlton ;im1 oth»-r uttkrr3 vi.-it fj u hou««- iri l.'pton-street, and found ac- ! '•n«^d with th<* drit£ in qm?.Rtlo». i Mr. Pah.-y *xpla!n»*d that for years ac- J <nised was .1 <'OMIrm«-d opium smoker, arid ! found It diflloult to drop the habit at oruv, but u\t« gradually knocking; It off. Mr. liArnett: l see, he i-annot cease sud denly. Mr. Datey: Yes, so I am Informed, your Worship. Accused, sworn, stated per medium of an Interpreter that he hud been addicted to opium smoking for nearly twenty yean?, and the tin he had In his possession wa» for his own consumption. Mr. L'amett: The law has been against him for nvo years. Has he been all that timr trying t«i break himself on the evil habit? Where did he get this opium? . Inter...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHOWDOM. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED MURDER. Something About Smoking Opium. THE LAW AGIN HIM FOR FIVE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

CH0W30M. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED MURDER. Something About Smoking Opium. THE LAW AGIN HIM FOR FIVE 1 YEARS. (From Sydney "TruUi," April S, 19U.) • Chin Chon, a Chinese, was presented at tlu- cvntr.il Court on Wednesday last. and before Mr. Birnett, S.M., was charged with having, on the 24th Inst., attempted to murder, at Muroubra. u countryman .named Chan Sun. He was further charged with having inlllrted grievous bodily harm on the sarne person. Briefly. Sergeant MankMj* oatUned the ease, saying that the inen were gardeners, that a revolver was used, and fortunatelv failed to take <»ffeet. Then, it Is alN-ged, accused. seizing a tommyhuwk, rushed at Ills mate, who. raising his arm to ward oil' the blow, had hid hand almost severed at the wrist .Several other Chinese now Interfered, and the Injured nun was taken to the house of some countryman In ThotimS'Street, and from thenee removed j to the hospital. '-As a matter of fact," j said the sergeant, "l am Informed that I two shots...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE WORKERS' WORLD. TIPS AND TAPS FOR TOILERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

THE WORKERS' WORLD. ; TIPS AND TAPS F0R TOILERS. (From Sydney 'Truth." April !, lSlI'.) Oil and 'Oyle.—On troubled waters oil produces a Valm, but "Arry 'Oyle on tlu j trumway revenue bus produced u storm—1 a storm of Jndljfnatlon. Compulsory Service.—liy 134 votes to C.3 tin* House of Lords threw out a Compul sory Military Training Bill. Just yet, no oth«r compulsion Is needed In England than that of hunger. I Nuff Sed.—Plank 3o of the Hard Labor i platform reads': "Cessation of the policy 'of assisted Immigration." Last year the Labor Government spent £ CO.000 on Im migration. Nuff sed! A Les8on.—The bump political Ptrike breakers are Retting at the polls In S'Africa should be a lesson to Hard Labor politicians. Llthgow Ironworks.— Ironmaster Hon-' kins wants to the Lithgow ironworks to the Government. He. jeallsos when the H.JI. proprietary P*i;npanv get* goinV Jl wJlJ be too keen a rompetitor In the open market for his show t«» live, hence his hurry to set out of the we I. A Fet...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SOCIETY'S SADDEST SCOURGE. WEST AUSTRALIA TAKES ACTION. AND PUTS THE MATTER BEFORE THE PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. CANT ABOUT "WHITE SLAVERY" CONSIDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

SOCIETY'S SADDEST SCOURGE. WEST AUSTRALIA TAKES ACTION. AND PUTS THE MATTER BE FORE THE PREMIERS' CON . FERENCE. ! (From Sydney "Truth," April 5. 1914.) I New South Wales is not tbe only State' 1 ia *hicb there »s wuiidewWe »iu- wim teler- j ehCc to tbe pievalanco ot veneieal diseases, ; nor is Australia the univ country. A tele- , gram recently published in the Adelaide • JierulU" states that (he Government of j Western Australia considers the mutter ol ; tin1 prevalence ol veueral diseases t» be of so luucU luipurtutice that the Premier ot : that State hus be^n rt-*|U* stfd to lay the I matter before I TUK PKKUIKKS" CONFKRKNCK. j This dvetsioii was eottie n- as tb»' result of some resolutions passed bv the Council of Public Morals in thai »<tnt'\ Of course, us tnig.u 1m expee{«>d from H luiily with sueh a name- a name that has very frequently hern 1 associated with \>'owserism iti vtlier Statr* tho Council of Pubhe Morals favors the time- I wasting. procrastinatin...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SPIRITUALISTIC SPIELERS. SPOOKS OR PHOTOGRAPHS? "'Mazing Power" of "Mediums." MOSES, ELIJAH, PAUL, SOLOMON, AND THE WHOLE BIBLICAL FAMILY SPOTTED. Photograph Fakes, Claimed to be Spiritualistic Inspirations, Shown to Mugs for a Bob a Time. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

SPOOKS OR PHOTOGRAPHS? "'Mazing Power" of "Mediums." MOSES, ELIJAH, PAUL, SOLOMON, AND THE WH0LE BIBLICAL FAMILY SPOTTED. Photograph Fakes, Claimed to be Spiritualistic Inspirations, Shown to Mugs for a Bob a Time. A pair of "mediums," named J. T. , Allinson nud F. J* Delbridge, are iu ; present occupying n room near Zcrcho s , business college, Collins-street, allowing j spook photographs, claimed by Del-.! bridge "nil liis pal to bo the "most ; ■mazing things in the world," at d bob | a time to credulous mugs, and to spiri tualistic sonks who would believe any- , thing. The pair claim to bo mediums j of peculiar power, and declare that whenever they sit to be photographed : spirits come and grab hold of theni and pose between them to hovo their like- 1 Bosses ttikeu. too. Ther exhibit weir.l . photographs which display them sur rounded 1>V -T"us Christ and his an gels. the Virgin Mary, Solomon. Kico demvw, Moses, Paul. Joshua, and John the Ha.pti-.-t. , . This is tli*"' tale of...

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