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FLIPPANCY OF FLAPPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

JLIPPANCY OP TLAPPEKS. •X. II." V.rius: — "'i'ii-i is jli of pt'Oi'lisa. : sbouU bj K:t ut tie pus:. A v-uns; uij uiiup le-.-ia a vajiriy of sj!;?uu:o:is in his bos^m as h--* stts sail lor the iilock. K very body knows that iJapp.-is smoke cigui flU'R Btib ufjJ th-r are rjuU'.- |>rt>utl o: ladies, w;i)j plenty ot SJt-nt in lb-ui. Soon wn will not be privik-jr.nl to v.hen a tii:pp.'r vnf rs a BUiokiny compartment. Iu s'.tad, Vi*c will bare to shell out and give Lf a li^'bt when she takV-s out b:r cigarette 01 pipe. Here •« ttirjth-r straw ibit slows ih«? direction of th»- wind. Sovra! young ladies have b' tii seen lnti-ly flashing walking s:icki. They carry ih' in v. ry ui!oiU'::taijou>ly now. but soou/l daresay, tb-y will gwini theui. I was v.-umlrrins down the street a j\w daw asjo, and saw in the distanc.- a voting fri-nd of jnino who Toes io Laii«*«' ( o;I«"s'e. I wondered what now surprise mi.'bi itwait me. but was struck dumb when huV politely lowed und lifted her hat!...

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

MILITARISM. A. Bytluiuclon, secrf-tar.v Fcc.ts.iray branch ci tlic- Australian Freedom League, ciio a ca-'o that warrants tbe utUntion of the powers that be ' I desire to bring undor your notice tbe following ease, showing, aa it does, to what Itagihj the mUiUrut clique can go if tie/ [ si wi«h, nn<i*"r thia "iJcnioffntic" conflcriptioo t u :t t>f th'- Labor ratty, tlie .working man's niciid. At rjtzrt-y, the .week before Iwt, joung Hell was charjed with failing to ten der lie personal serv:.1^ required under the .*ef. As lie did not appear at the court, a warrant was isruini tor hi-* arrest, and throe coustnblca wore told oil to cilcct the arrest of this d^spM-ntc villain of about IB yearo. The three policemen uppnrcntly laid their plans with much attention to details, aad forced au entrance to the lad's house be tween tbo bourg of 3 and 4 iu the morning. An elder brother remonstrated with them, ; and wanted to see their warrant. The police refused to show it, ,u:tf p...

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

THE LASH AND BKUTALITY. F. G. Hendry, Footscray, wiiies, address ; Lag Mr. John Norton personally: — "It is needless lo say I bat for you, us a cum ot true purpose, 1 have great respyct. la fact, wherever I am I always stand up for the name of John Norton. 1 am a rcgu* lir reader of your paper, and will always Le interested ia its content* for one thinir, • and that is because you illustrate your ?jews , i-i such a broad, tearless way, that men ' cannot fall to respect a man of your bearing. You are ubout the only man in the Coin | monwcaltb who is ;'aii:e to spo.il: out your miud for the improvement of things in 1 general. 1 was a clos» follower of your meetings in connection with the Andersen , ease, when you foirjht s-j bard against so I cold and cruel a judgment- passed o;i an iu ■ rocent mac, and I hope earnestly that bo | baa benefited therefrom. I bare found r ia you one ouiy too willing to listen to rea son und~to answer any fair questions: while, on the other band, you can ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VATICINATIONS. MENTONE (To-day). HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

VATICINATIONS. MENTONE (To-dny). lIURtlLE RACE. hoalpln 1 I'ortlock 2 bon xie george 3 riKST DIVISION HANDICAP. cl'lma 1 vrkcious 2 georgette ii SECOND DIVISION HANDICAP. liertiia maid 1 metric 2 active lad 1! WELTER HANDICAP. belleville 1 wixnil'eg 2 .TULLl'xduk o THIRD DIVISION HANDICAP. bowood i se.IOUK 2 highland UEI.le .... it easter HANDICAP. roseview 1 allan.SFORD - la geokge ;;

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

WILUAMSTOWN (Mondavi. HURDLE RACE. MII.KABAH 1 At'TUMXA BONNIE GEORGE :: FEDERAL HANDICAP. Ol'LMA 1 PRECIOUS 2 COOLAUATONG 3 EASTER CUP. MONODIA I HAMBURG BELLE .... 2 COOLAGUXTAH 0 STEEPLECHASE. PLADDA 1 EXPIATION a TKANTBOLT 3 JUVENILE HANDICAP. VERONAL 1 XILSPINDIE 2 LANCERETTO 3 WERRIBEE WELTER DUMFRIES 1 BELLEVILLE 2 ROCK FAST 3

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TURF Weights, Entries, &c. Racing Calendar, APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

Weights, Entries, &c.\ Racine Calendar, APRIL. I 11. Moutcno llaces. 13. Will p.wstow^ Kacrs. 15. Aspendale Pnrk llacct. 1ST Kpsom ltaees. 22. Sandown I'ark Races. 25. V.A.T.C. Races. . 27. Mounco Valley Rneei.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WILLIAMSTOWN MEETING. Easter Monday's Programme. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

WILLIAMSTOWN MEETING. Easter Monday's Programme. The following in the programme of events to be run at Williamsiown on Easier Mou SEAFORU HURDLE RACE. • Two Miles. Ronnie George 11 7 Autumna 9 3 Milkabah 20 7 Trba 9 0 Rogue's Harem 9 7 Krin's Harp ... 9 0 Nine of l)ia- Calabash 9 U monds 9 7 Barfleur 9 0 Bowood 9 5 FEDERAL HANDICAP. S.x Ftirlougn. <l«ors«tte 9 6 Plasticine 7 » Culm a 9 5 Atnbitiou II.... 7 7 Apiarist 8 12 Winning Post . 7 6 Maple L*at ... 8 7 Coolamatong ... 7 3 Quuir Dura ... 8 4 Duel C 13 Precious 8 3 Ortres»a 6 11 Mia* Footbolt . 8 1 Row.' Kor 6 7 Mr*crut 7 15 Lamaua ... ... G 7 EASTER CUP. One Mile nnd a Quarter. Loch Amos ... 9 0 Avonwort 7 4 Lord Walla ... 8 12 Lornez 7 4 Recaller 8 9 Glenbolt 7 2 Broadsword ... 8 6 Pearl King ... 7 0 Antoinette .... 8 4 Dumfriri 6 12 Eltham 8 2 Hamburg Belle 6 12 La George .... 8 0 Monodia ... ... 6 12 Prince Aufate . 7 12 Positus 6 9 Delphic 7 10 l#ord Grey ... 6 9 Sprir.gbrcok ... 7 8 Allansford 6 7 Sli«s Gower ....

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

TURF TATTLE. Meinour* to-day. Seymour on ThuisJav. On^oparingi on Monday. WHiamstown on Monday, Aspendale on W'ednerday. Trotting at Richmond on Ta^aiaj. It.indvrick to-day, Monday md \\\diKs Ir.y. Housing Ro?k, Wallace-, and l.on^-wood on Monday. Tor country burdkr R.^ur Harcta :« r.uw in resident at Flemir.j*,cn. Entries close on TucsJay for '.be Ako: races, to i run on Monday. April 2y. Fie!d» rr.'-rt* verv r urnrrous at Epsom, but few dec.:lit <1 -sj hor s«s «•«•:« out. The run in favor of backers continued at Eps^ni, when all th e winners were greatly jn request. Radiator m :idc a fair phoWi.ng in th^ Ep* som Handicap, but La Oror^e was always holdic? hirn : safely. Aiu-t Bonn .w Geoi rjje's indiflerent showing at Epr.om. h ifi owiji •r decided not to take him (o On!::-.] ocrlnsa Treba has stiU to learn to jump, ^nd be made ji b:»d bundle iu this department of thi' llurdle Kaco ut Epsoru. NVw biush foncrs ai\ being constructed on the Kpsom course. Tiny arc fairly wid...

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

E AND WICK (To-day). DON"CASTER HANDICAP. GOLD BREW ........ 1 Al'RIFER 2 ALECOXXER 3 ST. LEGEE. RADNOR. (Monday.) SYDNEY CUP. CAGOU 1 1.1LVVEIL " SIXAPSIS 3

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

ONKAPARINGA {Monday). HURDLE RACE. .JOURNEYMAN 1 UXRRIDGE « ARQUEfcUSE : 3 CUP. ELT1IAM 1 EAGER o CALAMUS 3 STEEPLECHASE. VANGUARD 1 TIXTO o YALWORRA 3 HILLS RAILWAY STAKES. KOSAI 1 MISS RO.SSI.YX 2 CRO.SBIE 3

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

CAULJ'IISLD. TUESDAY. The weather w.»s ratbir cold aud duli thU morning. Ail ih'r irac-s wvie in first-class b'oinj; order, and u lot oi iiu:je«:njt jallopa loot piace, but 110 fc'O" fan vrcra .registered. Mrriius op-'iivj the bal wiih hJf a ratio in Wi?tpo:t trav--.s-d a mil»? and a quui.«T in 2.2s. Orwo.o. Unazer, and S-.-a I'r.nce were im the cmsv l;st. ilousuie na« ■ even litue w«ik. Iknorine was strid. in2 alonsj. Anua Cjxiy.ua ii.i out 101 half u mile in M*. J'orcu i*a ttrcc furious iu 43. Po'i'-t und .S-irziiiJ w<.xe x«.scrit.L'.*J to fivss fuilouys n l.llj. llunLufd.cr wus re sj.ohs.b;c ior tLrj<-via:r:.is u; a njtk* in 1.2-Vj. Sp.uy uj, uf?Ku»> im'agtd. Ln c^xup UaU -n ■.:.»» t. s<». UMiiioi- titrode uv\-p a m;!e and a lariwu- 2.Ui. Gold ran halt a uiiiu in bi4. Ku.e fvir-c b?r last with lv\u n 2c. >V«v Lur.a /-in ha;: xuilo hi.ST. iw.CJ.li. rv put in a sjund uiw.; jurioxi-a. Cpuju latt.cd off half a cnle in i>3. La uas on lli» C«-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

£10.10.0 Teeth For £3.3.0 t.'.nueslianabl~ the greatest den 1M offer ever made in Melbourne. licsutifuHy modelled Teeth that defy detection; all the cutting Tcelb jruarcntced in writ:ti? to be iMat: nurn Anchored Pin-Teeth. Com* p'eto Uupers ond I,owrrs with Gold Strengthenr«i» for £5 3s., including PREE"PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. AMBLER'S (J. AMBLER. Mamswrl. 128 COLLINS STREET, MKl.BOPByE. One Month

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Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TT'ESTiAY. It w^5 rather on the chill? side ibis room ing. v.byn things wrre pretty briik ou the nv-ks, which wore in rooj order. Plast eirw uas out Litore it Wi<5 ptoporly and tfprini: Brook and R'-c!: Fust hit •juI tor a tun m:Ui in 1.52J. >Io».o«iia iuu«io Iji'i way over a mi:.- :n 1.53. Ba'.-Arro rhio |iin? in for. the last rjx furlongs. Nan?iitra Qucfn went briskly, and Dhuldvl :;nd Ari> had a short fl itt'T, Iron Crojvn C;tve BarSeur h bc-alin'4 cr. r a tan mile in 1.3C-,. Bonnie Gcor^f (K, (Jtay) run the siiidc <!;:> ranee in 1.52 and he had evidently bene fited by his vacc nl Kn*om. Cirlrna hit out for six furlong in 1.22}, while Lancerotlo • 'id. a f'urlunz on thy tan in 1.7*. An ♦oiiwttc w-jnt a dNtanrc ut about thr<-«**part3 ';;}- (-d, and Diubolo and Tintagol both did , airiui-i wort. j foohunutonj; ran a t.n five furK>nzs in 1.7. nmj Zohar strode nh>n*4. Huij a ruile spurts were done by Mis* Foot...

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

WEEKLY troiVlr* finally and *u;* " >SKLt/S* Tailored fnt. »»arW«kiy Payment s'ytem ketp# vour ci*N in your ticket and younel/ iu U>c UW>1 faaldon. ! Sac Suit to Order I! 10/- Deposit, 2/6 Weekly. CASS ELL*' mutlD* a r«<r with & irplcrvljd at*" Snlr'." r rfiu Come to It trilling for ^ou. ti Cio'-he*, laottlfc coiu/ort-jpvur,; fit. CASSELLS' ■ For Clothes on Credit. ■ 571 SWAHSTON BT. (nn? Jaor front I.eo« <UIe St. —look orl.lue light: Mi CHAPEL ST.. SOUTH YARRA: NICHOLSON ST.* , . CLEH xh£A MELBOURNE EIGHT HOURS ANNIVERSARY. 58th A1NINUAL, DEMONSTRATION BAZAAR and ART UNION, in aid of the charities. 'Exhibition Building's and GiVj-inj, MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1914 DAY AND NIGHT. £1000 PRIZES £1000 FIRST PRtZE OIL TAINTING, tallied £500 SECOND PRIZE •, £100 THIRD PRIZE „ >, £&>•*? AND 97 OTHER prizes rahtcd from £20 note.—the cotuuiiltou ari4 purcbatins am! pnyin" for thu Pictures tht- ciflsunt# nt which they »ro rnlu»d above siutrd. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"GINGER" QUINN. PUNCHES HIS PARAMOUR. Fined a Tenner. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

"GINGER" QU1NN. rtTNCECES HIS PABAMOUE. Pined a Tenner. Joseph Q'iian, better known o.s "Ginger" tjniun, 40 years of aj">, a laborer occasion ally, uppcarcd at (ho Collinjwood Court 011 Monday, oa a uliArte of bavjuj dealt with Lis paramour. "Ginger"' admitted that lie was to blido for tba condiuou of th>? vtu man's face, but cried to escuso hirnsolf by the ft that it all happened just after lie was setiiuij over liia last Christum* booze. Elbe] Sanders appeared in th-' witue«vs box it) a certain condition of health, with her h?ad swathed in banja?es, and sa!d that she and "Ginger" had known ons another for ever io lea?. Th's witness also su?d that she 'was a married woman, radius at Xo. 19 Little Cha-'cs-street, Abbotsford. Continu ing, this mucb.baitored woman testified that when out on a message on January 25, Quint) stuck her tip in Victoria-stroet and &s'*ed bor a question of a personal uature. They wore r;?ht. opposite the Bourke ar.d Wills ITote! at th:? time, a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BIFFED BY A BUTCHER. COPLEY'S CLOUT. Costs Him a New Hat. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

BIFFED BY A BUTCHER. CpPLEY'S CLOUT. Costs Him a New Ilat. Wlu.a William Copity, a -weU-Unowu »i»*- I U-;« butcher,. responded to bis bail nt U'- I Collincwood Court oa Saturday in answer t- I of assau'.t mid tbrcatoiiii;; wordy, lie was reprrs'.ntod by Mr. \V. K. Vale, and the justices wen- Messrs. J. Qabau ( (chuirtuau} mid \Y, Bradshaw. \ Gcor^«> Webster, au irou worker. g*To «•»»♦ dorico that when pas^in^ do^'u Stuiley-stret't the previous Saturday ui'-ht witb U:* cirl fr ond. Copley, who .'f>|>e*rf.-d to biivo a prctly t;iir loud on, lurched avah'St witoew and promised Lo fn hm up. \\ lUu-ea pro tested against aiiyi.!i.:r_» lir;e U<;it fid ulr.o declined to meet Copley tie following morn in* and have a fair "co" with b.nn Copley continued to annoy Witaes*, and finished up hn insults ty letting him (Webst-r^ hav» 1 one- fair ia tho mouth. Thh kr.ock^d wit do\Trj on tbo bicJ: of 1::.; h^ad. render- 1 ia~ hitu ancon5ciou.<. C^piry i/jjido himself ; c...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
JOHNSON'S TRIUMPH. COOL, CALCULATING COON FIGHTS HARD. "Young" Brooks, of the Formidable Record, Fairly Beaten. Infighting Wins the Day. A Clean, Clever Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 11 April 1914

JOHNSON'S TRIUMPH.' COOL, CALCULATING COON FIGHTS HARD. "Young" Brooks, of tlio Formidable Bccord, Fairly Beaton. Inflghtinff Wins the Day. A Clean, Clever Contest. The printed record of Joe (ot-berwiive "Young"; Ilrook* fully justified his being ju* stalled a 2 to 1 on favorite in bis clash with th^ f<>ath<Twcik'ht coon. L«e Johnson, »t the Stadium on Saiurduy night. Brooks hud b-atvii Kid U'Wb. Shmrrue, and many other top.jtotcb-r*, wliilo Johnson, on his only itj.pr.»rRijcr here, bad merely tied w*th | Cuarlic ,S:tnp»on. 1'ut Johnr^n showed u considerable improvement on this occasion, . and by a combination of Kr'l» cleverness, and hard Cabling won the day, or, rather, tho ; tight. He didn't win by much, hut his , uioiv prot.oui.cod a* evh Kucccrsiro mind i w-.'ut bv, io much ro that )md there be:n '. aLcibcr fivo round* u> go ho would almost 1 c-rta'uliv hav* wut the Utle Je- to sleep. j A* it ihero wia au approving shout ; vuen K<:f».T'»o ...

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

iWHAT TO DO I FOR SCIATICA. Treatment Required that will j Tone the Nerves. j A Man who was Crippled and Unable to Walk or W'Grk tells how Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Cured llim. Siiatioa is in the ?umo class as Neu* rr.lgia—both are caused by inflammation of certain nerves. Some medical writer3 refer to Sciatica as " Neuralgia of the Sciatic »rve." Tho complaint is char 1 hcterised by swift darling pains that be ! gin at tho hips ami go down the leg. Sufferers say the3e pains are like hot j needles in tender flesh. Sometimes they < bcoenie j»o fitrrcv the.? the mctficu!* TCUD • prescribes opiates to ease the pain. Ap j lication.* of heat may bo used to get | temporary relief. Not until tho nutrition i of the nerves is restores, However, will the inflammation subside. As the nerves derive their nourishment from the blood, the value of Dr. Williams1 Pink Pills in ttils cooiplaint is apparent. Thcv make tho good new blood the nerves need to keep them in tone. This is not l mat...

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

-.:vr /rrand4-48- • Tether pri^es^ pr-.'.A, 20SEXffiZSZZB 450 Cash Prizes* 1st Prize £100 2nd ,, © o2j &15 £20 £3 £.2 5/ li o Compj/i/rcn cJzza al I Q 'c/oc^, /un« 1914. Prizes pat J July 31 it, 1914. 6 th, Everyon* should compete in Ibis pleasant and iu* "structive competition, and everyone has an equal chance o; winning the Grand Prize of £100. No special iiierary ability or anything of that sort is re- t] quired. All you have to do is to write down all the words you can make from the eleven different letters contained in the phrase "fCephaJdoI kills pain" You simply have to make as many words as you cau. Only English words in common use,-and recognis- j*j ed, For Example : Dale— p| d by English dictionaries to be use Had—Poke—Xcse—Adhesion. Obsolete words, dialect words, foreign phrases, proper names—i.e., names of persons and places UOt allowed A'o iinqit IcU-r to b; used mart than once in each irord KULl ;\i\U gQXDiTieWS OF competition I 1. The prizes will he awarder to...

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

NEWS AM) NOTES. ; "Young** Brooks, who gained so many ad i mirerg by bis showing ajairdt Lee Johnson I last Saturday night, is being given a chanct) I against ouc of the best of Australia'* own in j Jimmy Hill, whom h-r is to meet at tie i Stadium on the, ISLh inst. i . * * * I As a preJudj to the b?? contect at tho Stadium ou Saturday night. two bouts of I six two-miuuus rounds arc to bo sieged, a ' decided improvement on the oM ten-r^undcr, | which at limes became painfully tiicsome. j The innovation was tried lor the first timo j last Saturday ni^hr, Tic Nowhouie acting | third man in th® ring. j Dan Sullivan, -who is to meet Lea O'Don I nell on Saturday night at the Stadium,- is,, besides an able exponent of the art of bax ! ing, a champion ail-round athlete. In 19Ct5,-. as a representative of Araeria, he competed, in the peuthaloa event at the Olympic game's ot Athens, securing third piaco in competi tion with tho worlu * best. ' , ♦ * Wlwri in the ring at the 1I.A.P. on Mon da...

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