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PECULIAR LEGAL POSITION. WOMAN SEEKS TO DEFEND HER HONOR. Debarred from Intervening in Separation Suit. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

PECULIAR LEGAL POSITION. WOMAN SBBKS TO DEPEND HEB I HONOR. I Debarred from Intervening in Separa j tiozi Suit. Aa unusual application wai made to' Mr. Justice ilood in iljo Practice Court on Tues <Uy, in connection with a &ajt lor iudie.a: separation brought bv KL?.a Ija^l Anih», ui Cheltenham. iitr Lttsj.ind, Jio-vri Lylo Ami-is, on th..- g.ounu o: iepvacta oi ni.seonduct by the laitur w.tn Mary Kikn Kilburu, marriej woman, of ' l'ufm.i," Coutr» ■ Damlonony-road, Cheltenham. Tho appjjca tion wag lor leave lor Mr?. iulburn to inter* vonc ns au additional respondent in thy sii.t. Mr. P. A. Jacob1, .intruded by M«-s<rs. Woolcott and Dry6ii»>, .ipp.^an-d jn supj>ort, of the appl.cation; 21.*. U'Hara Wood, in structed by Me»sr<. Pr»ce and Price, fur th'i rfspondent. Robert. I.yic Amc?«. 11:14 Mr. U. Beckett (Messrs. Abbot! and BfckWtj, for tbc petitioner, Klizu Isabel Ame<$, Mr. Jacobs remarked thai the petitioner aJvg'-d that t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
GET OUT AND PUSH! 150 SOLDIERS PUT THEIR SHOULDERS TO THE TRAIN And Push It Up Ross Hill. "The Coffee Pot" Engine Has a Bad Day. Covers Forty Miles in Seven Hours. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

j GET OUT AND PUSH! j 150 SOLDIERS PUT IHEIK SHOUIr DEES 10 THE TEAIN And Pusli It Up Bobs Hill. "Tlio Ooffce Pot" Engine Eu a Bad Day. Covers Forty Miles In Seven Hours. }tfany and fantastic tiro tho stories | told of passengers alighting and pick- | ing flowers, etc., while'a truin is in motion—tho writer has done it in West- I oru Australia; bat for ICO meu to get I out nnd push to assist an asthmutienl j engine in negotiating a r!so with u few . carriages and horno trucks just ubout captures the scone. And that is 'what really occurrcd less than a week ago i after tho breaking-up of tho light ho rid ;camp at Eoss (Tas.). The northern mem- 1 ' born of tho camp will indeed bo glad ; ; that manoeuvres, like Christmas, come ' bur once a year. All the marches, shum light?, and worries over, they fed and • uateml their horses at J a.m. on Fri- i day last, and stowed them into tho i trucks provided. By 7.20 they tuem woro 4Mill aboard." but instead of roiling off to homo, sweet homo th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AT 106 YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

AT 100 YEARS. criw'i liiiUint, u iKitive or S'.ulliin. , . . br.iLxi lib IGOili frurth.iiiv oij lii'wia* MulVJl. U and h'-artv, :m«l iiit.-ll-;ciu.iilv viiro:ot:».' in hi* vuuiii »« was u b-.-iiiurJr. ' A..-r <•031:11^ ii» ihi.-i couiiLry, ho look j>urt in ;ii«* ; ftrsu rushes 10 tho Tumu and Louisa Creek. , Jit- \vu.s. it *uucft l>4! norrjct. born the yc«r , of iUigk'n Rebellion, ni;<l wut 43 year* u! atfw, , wluin the Turoa broke cut. ■■■J'i.rK

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

CR. CHaMBIRx A civic father out Prahran irar j la this 'ere cocky little cove— i Ho knows the blooming game from I shinty, j And keeps a*moviug without shove, lie alao sits upon the Bench, air.«, ; And deals out justice fair and square; | He's full of energy and grit-vim, ' As you would know if you wero there, j

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LIGHTS O' LUNNON. THE BLACK HAND. CONFESSIONS OF A BOMB-THROWER. OUTRAGE IN A LONELY LANE. CHAPTER OF GENESIS AS A TELEGRAM. LOVE LETTERS, DIAMONDS, WILLS, Etc., Etc.—THOUGHT HE WAS KING OF ENGLAND—THE FIRST LABOR LEADER, Etc., Etc. RAGS AND BOTTLES AND BONES. LONDON, February 3. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

LIGHTS 0' LUNNON. THE BLACK HAND. /CONFESSIONS OF A BOMB-THROWER. • OUTRAGE IN A LONELY LANE, CHAPTER' OF GENESIS AS A TELEGRAM* JtOVE* LETTERS, DIAMONDS, WILLS, Etc., Etc.—THOUGHT ■>* . HE WAS KING OF ENGLAND—THE FIRST LABOR LEADER, Etc., Etc. j . (SPEflAi; FOR "TKUTH." BY MART BROWX.) < From Sy<ln».-v "Truth." April flACS AND BOTTLES AND BONES. I.oNDON*. February Over in Sydney I remember many J* , time ami «>fv se«-inv; tl:« ra;:. ln>ne v\t*vl ; bottle-gatherers rontintr out th» garbage ; ■tins of the eiiy, hopeful of discovering 1 Ynluabh's i»i' some description, but my ex- ; perieuce of vnur folk. especially the so caJled S'w.iVKor .--'assiety set. the i*o11j Pointers and the like, is that they have i In reality nothing precious to lose. Hut I ovrr here. where "extreme* meet," the rich and poor, things are different, and ].OVE J.ETTKIiS. DIAMONDS. AND WllJ.S I at times turn up in the treasure trove. ! Good oli> Kunnon's rubbish heaps are] full ...

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

GENESIS WIRE. Th** r>th<*r day 1 looked in at Bow-street Police Court., when }-oin^ revelations of the ' i-uriuus trick of "blocking" telegrams $-were forthcoming on the occasion of ,l Jome.i Basil Johnson, a company director. . and Charles Koyston Verrall. no occupu 7-tion, both of whom Kay? Brixton ad dresses, won- charged with conspiring to gether to defraud bookmakers by means ' of forged telegrams. <* It was aliened that immediately prior to ^ the commencement of horse races the pri soner? handed in wrongly addressed bet -jtlng telegrams, together with a number el blocking telegrams, for the purpose The riiinie "of" the winning horse was , -then obtained by telephone, and the ad *lress-on the telegram backing the winner t %vas corrected, while those backing losers ■» were allowed to remain wrongly address ed. with the result that they went astray. A bookmaker who gave evidence men tioned that blocking telegrams often con Viained absolute rubbish. It was...

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

OUTRAGE IN A LONELY LANE. After lying at howe suffering from ; severe injuries inflicted upon her whilst ' cycling down a lonely lane, Catherine \ Olurlel Oakes, tin- llfteen-year-old daugh ter of a Durnhall (Winsford, Cheshire) .Jarmer. has at la.st sufficiently recovered .no attend Court, which she did the other *«lay. John William Prince. aged 30. of Wood ;lcrd Lane, Over. Winsford, is in custody iai! connection will) the alleged outran of which .Muriel was the victim. He ha? J 3><:en several times remanded, and wa? ; charged with attempted murder by strik- j •ii-K the girl cyclist with an Iron bar and I otherwise Ill-treating her. j ur^-at interest I iris l,e»-n aroused In the •tlon, the police <«»nv«-yed Prince from the . 1,'aol at Knutsford by a circuitous railway j *ij>d tuxlvab Journey. The prosecution has been taken up by .the Public Prosecutor. The CK-rk announced that the magis trates had decided to CLICAK T1LF] COVP.T ••■■except for representa...

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

CONFESSION OF A BOMB THROWER. ! An extraordinary story of thr* crime? ' /'<>j;nnittfcd by a of braws in .NVw : York has b«*en told by on* of their nam-! her. Alfred UlimaR, a mild-mannered i youn^ inun of nv.-nty-l^jir. j liis evideiuv exposiriK th* "Hlaek 1 Hand" (.<ang has been corroborated by; others, and to that extent is regarded' as of public important. • The new police organisation of the' city is trying to "make New York aa I «1ma u X-oadoc," -aad It Is recognised' that this ambition cannot lie achieved1 until the gam,'* which exist there- for the purpose of violence aad crime are sup pressed. SCALE OF CITARGES. Lehman 1p u self-confessed bomb thrower, incendiary, and murderer, and he gives evidence partly to secure im i inunlty for himself and partly becausc? ' he is now anxious to reform. Lehman admitted that ho was a bomb i .»pvclullHl, urul hud been connected with thirty-three explosions, several of which entailed fatal results. Here is the price...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (IN ADVANCE ONLY): PER ANNUM, 12s.: HALF-YEARLY, 6s.; QUARTERLY, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

TERMS TO s>UBSCRIRERtj (in Advascb Oslt): PER ANNUM, 12s.: HALF-YEARLY, 6s.; QUARTERLY, Her* >na<l the Prc;s the IVonJe's richt r.jiiniain, Tlnawni bv influence fctirluiitiribed in jraitt. Hfrr Patriot Tr.mr her -jlonous prrccpta I'ltojcti to Fratcrnit), Libcrtr atui Law. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1914.

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

THIS NEAT VILLA, limit by us With MILLER'S rATENT WEATHERED IRON, ONLY £300. We n)-o HuiM to vour 0:c!er COTTAGES, VILLAS, Ar.;. 5'?«- T Knc^ or Wi-od Frof.-J C?.S Deposit. NICOL. MILLER & Co. 125 SWAilSTON ST. / >4:1. i.—i u\TP 4 m x t'¥/U r Built to Beat the Band. Made In Six Styles. • Piolesibr.al S/- Double 1/ Senior 21- Bo;s 1 /. Junior 16 Cadet 6d. Sold Everywhere. Has Ecsu DR. LEGER EflSOH V7?.z'.\i^ ui 123 COLLINS ?T. ionw: 2 in 4. 7 to 8 p.m. : 9cJ G.m.-.iJ. : 31 iii«. -c-iurtcii-stropt, St. iiilda. ' Telephone 51 Windsor. 5 : COS N,o.SalvarSa„, and Anti- j ONLY ONE MAN TO PAY.' SSISSrS;/'; hack at vrfir!;. \oy nil] hive .i jc.v <lcbts worryiui; your Would it not ii^vrrtto iay xh-**sniaii ,0pay MY ASSISTANCE WILL HELP vou To do ; Li: ■ r:. ti;"in:M r. ■[ -s „,V business. I liau- h-Jprni hundreds o: others, and I *n| l.oIp you. I.nriie! can bo =".ire,i cf every considera tion, courtesy, aiter.lhn. and a friend >n need A GUARANTEE OF PRIVACV. with tbe...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WINE BILK SHOPS. HARBORS OF HORROR. Hideous Hussies and Pornic Pinkeyites, Vile Liquor, Vice, and Violence. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

WINE BILK SHOPS. harbors or horror. Illdooua IIudsics and Pernio rinkeyltes, Vilo Linuor, Vicc, and Vlolonco. Mention was made iu "Truth'* at some Juiglh »' fortnight, »£o of tho Iccberons liquor Juris which arc peroijttcJ hy the authorities to harbor bjutfging parasiU^a and fornicating toiuafcs who acC as sham bur maids lor {he pmi>o*o of rooking nui^a; hut these fcat-oriug trap* {or th® uuw*rj are ruu a ciosij SLCoiui hy many oi Wil- \wnc shops, wmMlii'd "saloons," that are hir too nuuiur- [ ous in tlio on lor Rirect.s 0t the city and iu j tho subitibs udj.ictnt. in ihcso liquor lurks •tl- to ho found jh much vu-e aiid vulgarity' to ihc tquaru yard a* jumpt-ra to lint inch in ' w (iorijonzoia ch^sj. Csualiy thoy hip con- j ducted Uy <11Iis or Italians, whom their J <h cutit countryman will not recogii:s<?, or else run b'.v r.-tircd ptv;?f ituus who pot-j^s us u:uch niondhy tin u Cvr.r.nuinu-vh- .log, and I who wilhdly tncourjjo the patronage of ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST SECOND SERIES. No. XIII.-XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

GHSRBST SECOND SERIES. No. XIII.-XXV. • History, fnlsilied or fabricator for the purposes of fanaticism, ; has been unduly harsh in estimat- , ine the moral responsibility ot the part played by Pilate in the Cru cifixion. One would have thought that Christian chroniclers who see , the hand of God in everv wont ; ar.d work of the Bible would have • been .more merciful to the tncmoi} ; of Piiate. If prophecy concerning the Messiah was true, and _ n ; Jesus was, indeed, the prophesied Messiah, then must Pilate be par-; doned as being the mere instrn inent of divine destiny in tins most awful tragedy of Calvary. 1 date knew nothing 01' .Testis or J us opinions: he had probably never seen or even heard of Hun until the Jews haled Ilim beiore his judgment scat. Both Ernest bc : nan and Anatole France have put in powerful pleas, if not in bar ot harsh judgment, in palliation ol. the part so reluctantly played hy Pilate in this terrible Jewish tra- < gedv of Jesus. ' Tt is necess...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PELKEY PARLOUSLY PASTED. BILL LANG'S SPLENDID RECOVERY. FLOORED TWICE IN THE THIRD, HE SURVIVES BY SHEER GRIT AND AGGRESSIVENESS. Finally Floors and Flattens Huge Canadian. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

PELKEY PARLOUSLY PASTED. BILL LANG'S SPLENDID RECOVERY. FLOORED TWICE IN THE THIRD, HE SURVIVES BY SHEER GRIT AND AGGRESSIVENESS. Finally Floors and Flattens Huge Canadian, (By "BOXER MAJOR.") J here was another enormous attendance at ibo Uiishcutler Uay Stadium, Sydney, on Saturday ni^ht to witness the meeting bo t-v.-i.-c ii those two magnificent, fpi-cimens of humanity, Bill Lang. Australia's one really bis boxer—now that Colin Uoil has ro»p abroad—and Arthur Pelkey, tbo gigantic Canadian "discovered" by Tommy iJurua. Both wen &:e .SONS OF A.XAK. Liug stands 6ft. lin., ami is built. ia pro. portion. h Nature had not omitted to lit hnn with a neck, he'd bate been fopt sls IVlkcy is a still ta,ic.r Ilin„t stoinl.ng or,i Git. 2iu,, and hating tbo enoruiom chest measurement of 50 inches. H ifi dunbttui if v*««'o huch giant* ever stood in nn Australian nil# before. Pelkey—who^e right namo i> P<;!t:er, which joints 10 his being of trench parentage, on Ui'i father'...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CONVICT CARRIAGE. NO PRIVACY FOR PRISONERS. Manacled in Public Railway Carriage. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

CONVICT CARRIAGE. NO, PRIVACY POR PRISONERS. Manacled in Public Railway Carriago. charge of a policeman, ■wore brought into ja ptouii-d.ijj •,,! ^ic a,(rami ; from lialhrJi, at Hucchu* M:ir"b, on*.? day I lust w< "1;, "lid stated amon;* other pa.sscn- , I t,vrs. The men had spent throe or four days j j iii the cells of a country prison, and, having ! 1 been sentenced to terms of imprisonment, 1 were being couveyd to Pentrdpo to serve j their time. Owing to iheir confinement, they | had not had a change of clothing for <»everul I days, and the fact could liuvi* been ascer ) tained even by a Wind man with impoverish* ; cd olfactory RensC3, for they fairly recked. I On the journey to tho capital tbey indulged I in j CHOICE CONVERSATION, much to the edification (r) and arcu3cinent ! of the free m»:n in the carriage. 1 This sort of thing vrant.i to be put a atop j 1 to, for more than one rea.^cn. Not only does I the sight of manacled men inspire feelings j of distre...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FIRST LABOR LEADER TO ENTER OFFICIAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

FIRST LABOR LEADER TO ENTER OFFICIAL LIFE. ! Mr. John Fhirnett. the first Labor loader ' to enter othclal lift-. was taken 11) whit»» 1 walking alonj? a footbridge over the Lon don ana South-Western Hallway at Kast J'utney a trw day* a^o. and died almost 1 Immediately from heart failure. ; Born In 1S42. at Alnwick. he began work i as an errand boy, but was subsequently • apprenticed to the engineering trade in . Now^astle-on-Tyne. In IST1 he became 1 rhairman of the Nine Hours League <a jromblnat'.on formed to ontaln from the ! Sunderland employers a nine hour? v.-ork ' lntj day), and conducted a five month?' i strike with great sweeps. j .V few years later Mr. Burnett became i genera! secretary of the .Amalgamated ' Jfoelety of Kngmeers, and in 1&bC. wlicn ! Mr. Krwilaush Hi<vended in persuading I the Libera! Covrmnent t-» the neces sity of establishing a Labor Thireau, he was appointed Labor Correspondent. ifls serving were^reeognised when the , Conse...

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

"THE BEST BEGGAR IN LONDON.' , i lio Hon. Sydney Holland. ehalrmin of! the London Hospital, who heroines Vis- ; count Knutsford by the death of hi? father. ] h:ts been described as best beggar in London.'* Tlu' new Viscount 1? In Ills fifty-ninth roar. Ills wife Ls a daughter of tho fourth Karl of AsJiburnham, and they have two daughters. In his early year? ho was a famous swimmer. arid in 1ST? wn.= llfth In the ; Inng-distaneo championship nf England. ; But it is for his tireless energy on behalf ' of the London Hospital and other charities that lie chiefly known. The originality of his methods in secur ing the vom sum? of money neces/ary to inainiain his hospitals have shown that hr ha? no peer oven amongst professional advertising agents. HOW Till: MDNT.Y ROLI.ni' IN'. Tie once offered a guinea to anyone who would give hint a line to fill a certain hoarding. That, he pointed inn. gave him six weeks' advertisement while h" waa making up his mind which line to choo-e. Then he ackno...

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

JIMMY AND IDA. Jimmy Moonoy ami Ma noiuein tnjs , win.*), who undoubtedly present one of ; the best double turns yeen on tl:e music halls. have travelled • a sreat deal, and ' probably hold a recr.rd for the number j of visits to .South Africa. In a short i time they are torrid for Australia attain. | they bavins been here some years ajjo. : Mooney ix a threat story-teller and a. The other nijrht 1 saw'him keep an audience kicking themselves with lau«h- ' ter. The neent troubte 1 r» South Africa prompted him to relate an inndent which happened in Johannesburg during the . rlotinn last yr-ar. ITe had «one Into the town to ?.?.• what . was Koinir on. It was on one of the Cays }n .1 uly. when the dlsturharn e was at lis height. Th»* position between the rioters and th»* police was looking very Kruve when llj— latter 6^'an to charge. "I didn't stnv there Ir.nc. T mm tell you," ' said Mooney. -I always had a bad car lihiire In niy knee, but when I heard the , valley from the rlfl-s I for...

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

A PROBABLE FOR ANTIPODES. Says a sporting scrib.':—"I hear on very Kood authority that the Election hav>* b.-en quietly making in quiries as tu wh<-tiu*r Will Davies, thi* I.'jc<3s f»;ntrr thrrr-quart»»rs. would be : ;tb'e to obtain of abs»*nci* in case h« was sWeetM for th<- Australian tour. | I sincerely hop* th-i. such leavf can be obtained, fr»r Davies is a pla»r who ; would do cn-dlt tr, the o'.i) country both on the fi»?ld and off it. A teacher by pro fession. Davlf.e is very popular with Ills mates ami th*> Tweeds public owlu^ stand a very pood rhaiu-e of being cho sen. No mistake will have be*n made slouIJ the honor bo offered him, and I sincerely t:opo that Ills ,«ohr>lastic duties ■ will not comoel him to refuse the offer."

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

FANCIED HISSELF GEORGE. A Reading man named Foster last week went to the police station, laying that he had come to proclaim himself King of England. He to* I the local "Coclty Smlthers"; that he did not preaa his claim, and he wan remanded for inquiries as to his; mental condition. ;j Another Keadlns man nanu-d I3rown' told a constable that he had murdered I his wife and committed .suicide. Hl>: oondnct was attributed to drink, and he . was iliprfrnrffed with a caution. Ther'-'s n«» telling what th«>m thf»re Rerulln? c-haps will do. They'll ntnp at Minlii.k HVidniitly. Wouldn't b»- a bit .«*ur prised If <*»!>»• V>f th..s«« day.*' some «■:' Vni don't turn up and m»*rmnTH of the X<>o Soul 1 lativr

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

How to L happy j on wash :iy: use | THATS WHAT MOTHER USES

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