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A DRINK VICTIM. Ex-Railway Man Gets a Month for Vagrancy. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

A DRINK VICTIM. EsJlailway Man Gets ?, Month for Vasrancy. A '.r.-tuij.:- oi the baleful cfkct of o~<"in strong liquors wa} f-iruish* t-J by the cn.;e 01 a middle-a^d rnr.a, named Panic! Frane'i Tiyhe. who was b?foro the City Court Deceh "illr. D. Monic.J.P., j,ro sidin-'i, on MonJuv. (.birj^d with v.tgrancj. Onwb!? .l.-v.- rah 1 (hat he had spoken , t«> T.jrbc on the nr«.-7.uin niylit,, jujJ that the hitter had told him, i:i the coU:?c of c t*r*:Uiou. that be La J fcesn slcnpic? in fTurdviu d'.:r:n^ ihe past mouths, and ! b«en %*}xin:D'l on counter Iunchc* in fcotrJ*. U* b.\d vnd thit he bad r.o work to «j0 to. at:a. so tar as he could see, no hope gettiia' any. Sub-Iusnc.-icr lJ;mi:er infoniK-d the coi tha' th-: ficiii had h> <%n a t-iuploy«'e up to tlio t'lff; >>i a cert tin {.tribe, when 1:.? h.i •> rice then ho had been te-em}>''>yd .:s a car^al. but had be j'.miii u-.uti.- i«> n:-; drinking haVi T'u was a coupY u; months a-^o, sin ...

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

Established 1S7G Wo Cure the fqlloxving Diseases:— Hydatids ^ j Briglit's Disease Liver and Blood Diseases | Marasmus. r.OTANIC UlTlON, f.ir VARICOSE VK1S8. HAD I.ECS CUliEIJ. Mil.I) (JI'KIl.VriVK L'lt.I.S. ' I'OW.il UK1IE1JY. i VK I.OT1UN. for Catania. l'.O'i'ANIC REMEDY, for Inwurd BludMC li\W«OUU. : l>aeIi. WtUiM .S\ KIT. »!i:cb Ciir.'t Thread atul 1'tI.US i'SM.S. VII.VI OINTMENT. Worm, eh\ 1IMU UHSTOKKK, which is Most Rett NEUVK TONIC. tor Wretc. ; able. Ti-XJi.' PH.!.S, !oi Wt.iLin.-R*. Ateo Others Too Numerous to llention. l.K'Pii.iS DAILY CONC.KATUUVTING US ON THE CURES WE HAVE EFFECTED. HYDATIDS ON* TUB 1,IVEft. • "To \V. MKN'TIPLAY nnil SON', 163 Bourkr-street, Melbourne. "J am very pirated lo acknowledge w.th great gratitude tli? wonderful cure you cfTVt'lcd on my wife after fourteen jeata* 5^ho had been under treatment by six doctors, who came to the conclusion that she bad a Um:our, uud bad decided to oj*'.>ra'.e on net, luckily, before consenting, she consulted yo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DIRTY DAIRIES. FILTHY BUTTER FACTORIES. Hayseeds Say "Hush!" [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

DIRTY DAIRIES. FILTHY BUTTER FACTORIES. Haysced3 S17 "Hunli!" TV ii'.iom that, "viV.t the ojt* ilotfsu'i see th'* b'.Mrt. do?*n't pri'-T?." is a pretty itv p.ndinr: one in v;cr of the conditWunder v.li-ch sotiifc of our food tuplica are handled. So as n>e%t an.l Tcgciabl'.-s are conccm <•.!, tr.' ft I; know wlint impudent crr.sions of i/i" pr^v!»ici5s of th.» I'Jrc FooJh Act take I'!ac« a!»;^t under thr jure.- of th? oflinuls ; »•:» th ' M'ich as v.e kuovr, however. | the-* tlMiCi. TTO dcn'i know cj;; if j w .1 dead corc.wmy that th.» ! M-oJimch;.' up!»i\nral of the community would J U-; nr- 'roubii The <atnp thlnj applies | t 1 thi> :uil!c supply of the xnetropol'P. It 1 in.jht .'i-i'iy al-o. in Mtn-j degree, to pro- ! \:nc:\! u<tviu: but for payable rottwuicn ; iu :bf <.fu~v.vou ?v of any cltauly s-p'.rvi..i.»:i, ; 1 uj «.lv u w--;: ahrad. It ;* i:j coj.ticc-tion ' Vi'h <.«.::t.try supplies of provisions that j r?OME IIO...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CRESSWELL'S STRANGE CAPERS. PECULIAR SUNDAY MORNING PASTIME. Opprobrious Words and Obscene Cards. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

I CRESSWELL'S STRANGE CAPERS. I ! Opprobrious Words find Obscono Cards, | • Tor sou:* lime past, busiutu peup!e in ! S^utU Melbourne hxve bcvu much uuuoyed , by Hading the paintwork o; their property ' uetacvd by the words, iu greea pencil, , ' Donkey Heffernan." Who "iJoukev Heffcr* i nan" v.a» they did noi know or care, but | thty wore a»:iious to trace the Individual ' responsible for tbn dnuage to tb'-ir paint, if ! not for the libel on the name 01 Heffcruun. • Tbr discovery was made ut the South Mel* I bourne Court on Monday, when William 11. CrcssweU ioed the mark to answer to the < charge o* beiiu druiik and disorderly and j <Utiwinjj property by wrUi'.ig. According \o j the evjdeace of Constable Hartley, be went to the bouse ot a Mrs. Heheruau, in Yarra- j place, ut 9 o'clock on Sunday morning, and j there l'ouud Croisswcll and another man. j CrcEsxvvli was standing close to the lady's ' • front, i;ate, on which was written the oppro- j j briuua words. ...

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)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

A nevcr-Mlm;; Ruhjert c.f truictv for mother* h the keeping of tli» clrUlivri'* heart* don. fur it t* li j« reco£ulsrd if We he.-.d i« k'pt <re«f fr«m dirt < r niifv t»ri* u^rdcJo:/ fit tireJy. The -Marvel .NiM/wub, <i» u»rd :>t the *•}>}}• dnii'i ho*j»itaU and like institution*. H tht> nuly itfei-tlie Bate.turd. iiid 1» highly m-unum-nded liv H'Vtorj. The re*uli» a'lained from it< regular u*»r vvl'.lhp found to bfj hut* than <fc.tiyfar.ory. .Marvel Nit Comb sent bv jk>«: to unv oddr**i l'ric* 3*. lCKl. /\d lre<* orders l» pi. T, l »r. t'oonley Medium Co.. Li Oif^rd-iU. .•SjJeci.* SUITS 42/ 50/ 63/ To Order Get your new season's "London" Suit without delay. Come in and sae the lovely new fabrics and styles ; feel how* gloriously warm and smooth the cloths are. Additional expert cutters and fitters have been engaged by us to satisfactorily meet what will bo a season's record. 2srew cloths, new designs, new ...

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

A FRIEND ADVISED HER. I The following letior from Mr*. Thomas ! Brown, of Healesville, Vic., "will prors in ! iereating to many of our readers: — '.Some time ago 1 sufl*red from a stTcrs ! aitack of kidney complaint. The first symp i t.>ms wtre great weakness and emaciation, with terrible paiu ul) ever my body, cs I pc-ri-illy ucross my back. My whole body i v;as r-u-ked with pain, uod 1 could get but httlo eaM day or night. Medicine wero ' prxsiribed for me, but foiled to do mo any ; yosd. 1 cared very little what becain© rf : we, I was so weak and miserable. 1 hai nearly given up all hope when a friend advised me 1° try, Warner's Safe Cure. I commenced to take it uod derived gr«"at benefit from taking the contents of the first : bottle. 1 continued to take the medicine, giitting a.roller and belter every day. I 1 soon legained iny former strength and en J ergv, ilic pains all left me, and I seemed i to have a new ieare of life. 1 am now ' ijuite s::ong and bappy.'' i Warner's S...

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

c%o6ujt aJu/a,Tj4 Im 'furt jLimhrr cvtxcL jstitt Ui> amturiute <to imc/mito

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SWEET MARIE AND THE SHIPWRIGHT. LIVE TOGETHER FOR FOUR YEARS AS LOVERS: But Part, After a Violent Quarrel, On Marie Being Caught "Rubbing Down" the "Star Boarder." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

SWEET MARIE ANi) THE SHIP WRICHT. 1 LIVE TOGETHER FOR FOUR YEAES j A3 LOVERS: I But Part, After a Violent Quarrel, Oa Marie Bolog Caught "Eubbing Down" the "Star Boarder." A Awk and sorry Icokin? indiridua:, an swering to tb* a awe of William G. Melrin, of the Stir Howl, Clarindou-.»trc^t, South .Melbourne, appeared before Mes-rs. CI:v< borough and ilorr s. ,U.P.t at th? c^rt ou Monday, at ibo of iilji au<? time love, Mario JJe^xwith, wh'j jucd him lor a.c. wus badly damaged about the head piecf, bad bU nc» swathed in r.;wgical bandages, quo o; wh;cb p.-is^r uud*r the probosc-s, *vi6 evidently intended to pror-.-ut that pro m:my pby.5.cal charics, told ber iu>ry ia a very 6vU-posv.-s.scd wanr.or. In answer to qunuen* put by 3L-. Levy, her solicitor, she tiiat tdi.j ha.J been cn very in- | uinaio tcruia with accused for a ron^d.'i jb:u i tinio. Ou .Uareb 2J, a. .Mr. Ccrhran?, who I was boarding at her in Grant-street, \ South Melbourne, bourne suidca.y very i...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
OUR SISTER STATE. VAST AND PROSPEROUS QUEEN'SLAND. FLOURISHING FARMS AND VALUABLE MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

OUR SISTER STATE. VAST AND PROSPEROUS QUEEN'S* LAND. FLOURISHING FARMS AND VALU ABLE MINES. CFrom SjUney "Truth," April 5, 191-I.V After hearing and reading much durlnK the past ten or til'teen years con* t>erniug the delightful climate and won derful fertility of Queensland and the north-west corner of >»en* .South Wnlo% the writer wan particularly Interested when, u. few days atfo. ho mnd* t>ia Journey from Brisbane to Sydney for th® purpose of making a closer acquaJntari'Vj with the territory through which th« trunk line passes. At mo<t, however, it could uhlv be a enrsorv tflance, for ono Is obllKod to rt'r'thai Australia Is a country of Irmnevse dbrtances ;i»td wld* expanse whirl; would require mnuthaand years of constant travel to thoroughly appreciate It. Tako Queensland. fnr oj.amp!'1, and lot the mind try and gra*p tho fact tlu\t lt« area Is over 42i'.(Jt)t>.f>00 a m-.v. The whoU of rtreat itrltalu ami Ireland Ik so fsrnall In i nrnjiurlftHi thai i...

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

SPIRITUALISTS FOOLED. A CONJURER'S REVELATIONS. The Australian conjurer, "Myrto" (Arthur Herbert Buckley), shows in tho following articlo how readily tho investigators of alleged spiritualistic phenomena lend themselves to being tricked by,conjuring feats.. Among the Investigators in "Mysto's" caso wore members'of the medical profession, prominent business man, and leading (so-called) mediums.. The investigators themselves testify in writing to the completeness with which thoy woro deceived. (From Theatre Magazine.) • In the curly part of 1911 I was dis cussing a certain prominent materialis ing medium with a man who then be lieved \n thy materialisation of ethereal matter, lie argued what seemed at first thought a Komewhut possible, although highly improbable, explanation. lie challenged mo to reproduce n number of I these seances in Melbcurno boforo the members of tho Victorian Association of Spiritualists. Under strict test con ditions I accepted on tho understanding that he lira...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
JIMMY McGOVERN. VOLCANO OF VIOLENCE. "THE WORST MAN IN SYDNEY." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

d-LELttL* McGOVEBN. VOLCANO OF VIOLENCE. "THE WORST MAN IN SYDNEY." Jarnc.i McCovern, u sturdy-looktns. elean-sftivvied old warrior,' described tia the worst man in Sydney, and a very volcano of violence, faced the dais at the Central Police Court. where-Mr. I'uyte/i presided, on Tuesday last, charged with assaulting^ the police, and also with being an idle and disorderly person. Detective Malone. he of the perennial smile, told the Bench how he and l^etec tive Duncan were on the previous day In Wtt-streot, and near Adams' Hotel, when tliey cjme across the accused, who,was making u.se of the ilOST KKAHKl'L LANGUAGE. When they spoke of arresting hUn for being an Idle and disorderly person, his language, If possible, became worse. Wit ness had now known the accused for about twelve years, and when he was out of gaol he did nothing: besides, he was a most disorderly character, Serjeant Mankey: The won't man In Sydney, your Worship. He's been out of th" road for about twelve months, but...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"TRUTH'S" LETTER BOX. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

"TRUTH'S" LETTER BOX. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. J. H., 15emligo.—We don't know particulars. Siupply them. G. S.. RicliujonJ.—Rougbly spealun^, one out of ev^ry vij;bt adults is a civil servant. 1'. McC., Oaklcicb.—When li£(. heard of, Uie l.idy was in Sydney with her reverend cabbcr.

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

AN EARLY CLOSING GRIEVANCE. A correspondent with the rather uncom mon noijj.de-plutuo of "A KentNn the Cloud," and why addresses himself to "Mr. Norton, the King of Man," asks indignantly why ham and beef shops should be debarred froiu selling picklvs and sauce alter 6 p.ui. In conclusion, he demands: "If pioklrs and sauce are not for meat, then what ure thev for? Would you soil u:e a pipe and tobacco, and then say yon were not allowed to si'll tue a box of matches after 6 o'clock:" K. Tohord, Kiversdale-road, Hawthorn, hink v our article in Saturday'* issue !•»»•> i much > veiirht in coniuviien w.ih iha Wilde c»"K ■■■. W« • all kno>\ ot ibi* biutuli t of the < i*:?r)i-:r day*, compared with wj i i<*h ;t He,*] i:»n.s: o f t'lL* day is, I :ip.i ra! ivelv mild artau. What thf public want's to know i« how it u con* ductcd in th o prr sojit day, thou we will know what s;< •ps to lake to abolish or lighten it. To tu.y mind, a fellow y.-ho would i...

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

ONLY FOOTBALLERS NEED APPLY. ' Not a Footballer," Kcbuc.. E.s.s»;. writes: "I would like to draw aitc ::tIon to the wcy iu which the Stale River* :u:d Wntcrs Supply Comaussica officials ut licchesirr dea! with some of their workmen. I«as: year tbfse oCcials ran the Rochester football team, and I and others with six cud 6e*i2n years' cxperienco were put olT, our places bein*; filled by 'bosbter' footballers, who had had about as many weeks' experience as wo had had years. I enclose a copy of a refer ence that speaks for itself." The reference mentioned, which ceriainly shows a more estimable qualification than beinc oble to boot a ball about, reads: — "State Rivers and Waters Supply Ccmmis sior, Ilochcsier, July 19, 1913. To wboru i. may —The bearer, , baa b-.»/i working :ur the above cor.iuiisiion, um1-t r.)v supervision, for ihe past sis y^a:s, a;nJ bar. b'.cu cn all Uin ls oi sirinrtart-a liur.n^* tbc consiiiuLiwii «.! ll.e Waranga inJ!:c channel anu i»!au*b'-s. al?o on general ts...

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

BULL'S UNEASY EASTER. Jolm Bull's Eastertide Is sad; poor old John feels very L.id. Ulster's ulcer tvringes sore; Suffragettes lay down tLe law. Cheer up, Jolm! You'll soon bo well, strikes and riot* to repel. You've teen v;orso oil in your time. Stand up, Jolin, and toe tho 1 i^e.

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

A2J0R0US ALL-NTGIITEES. The toffs of Melbourne, such as they jm.—a pretty seedy, counterfeit, and Brummagem crowd—are becoming con sumed by on inordinate idea of emu latins the high-stepping degenerates of the Big Smoke and Pnree in the brain* lea? nature of their entertainments. So ' far as that goes, you can't call anything an entertainment that a throw-back to.f engages in; it's mostly one of the phases of harmless imbecility. It .is* harmless, that is to say, eo far as the noodles of toff sassicty themselves are concerned. They are, in the main, the dependents of the idle rich, or the boo deleers themselves, so that whatever it co.*ta that useless section of the com munity in cither time, health, or money isn't the lea:;t consideration to the general crowd. The real danger of freak doings, however. of any kind is that n mob of youthful noodles, unable to • stand the strain of either cash or health, will be drawn into the giddy vortex. From that they generally emerge in a • more ...

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

CARLTON ALE Maintains Its SUPERIORITY And Increases in POPULARITY.

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

fyrttwrd nruxAlb {jua • * <fD 0 — * jim^iL crru Jur&uyr tAa/ns cru °'ynA^ oihuti t&a>. <$L u> tfw ^tof/ 'Va* va&jub ^n^c^mLvw

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

THE BACILLUS OF LONG LIFE. To no living n:aa does humanity owe a greater debt o: gratitude than to PliOFESSOK METCUNIiiOlT tor bis discovery cf the phagocyte oi the human blood, and ihe xucuns oii proveuii&a of premature old ai^e. la io::;i';vtiun with the latter the learned P:o;escj;- bolus that old is not nhyiiologicai, Liu usfeentialiy pathological; that artenj-j«.le:i,s:3 which is the expression thereof j.:r.l;cs> icau iar too early, r.iul is caused by the txiueisce of microbial poisoning in the colon jnd iarge iutes.iue, with lbs ous^quent intestinal fermentation and utoin'.oxicaticn, bv which arc produjed n. digestive tract, parti he child and auult, coatamination ami afT ction of the neigh lutioxi"! itit jxication kiduey, nervous b.vr-teiu , and skin, and pre u:alu:..; svuilily o: ihc cr-anism by ancrio bCi-TvSlS. In arresting intestinal putrefaction by the > admiui.t'.rsiticu o: a ferment consisting of s'.-lecU d straius of thy Lacillus Bul^aricus discovered by...

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