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FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY. Jaeger's Short Marriage Jag. Wife Confesses to Previous Love, And Wants Newly-made Hubby to Adopt Her Illegitimate Child. Jaeger Refuses, and Wife Considers One Night of His Bed Enough, and Clears Out. Short, Sad, and Sordid Story. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
I rOE ONE NIGHT ONLY. | Jaeger's Short Marriage Jag. ! J WIfo Confesses to Provlous Lovo, 1 ! And Wants Newly-made Hubby to Adopt Her Illegitimate Child. 1 Jaeger Refuses, and Wifo Considers One > Night of His Eed Enough, 1 and Clears Out. j i Short, Sad, and Sordid Story. i William August. Ja.i\ v.-ho marriod Trs- j t-i" .Smith .Im-jjcr at. JJv &lt;tjaiK> in 1911, oski'd tor iv di\on.v on the cromid of d^serti'm, Mr. \Y, c. 'J'. Kc-.ly sppcird for the petitioner. Petitioner said that ho v?a* a r^ar-makcr aud muFicuin, that liii a^'" 2D, and that of hi* wife 25. The r>%s>oml»-nt, lie b»dicTod, was now liviaz in Vulture-str».-ct, Brisbane. Petitioner wa& a \ridowor at the titr.o of lti« •. marriage vritli the respondent, whoso maiden ! nr.me \\&s McCalluin, and who was a single i woman, a book-keeper. Immediately after 1 marriage tho couple came to Victoria, and ! cohabited at Hotbara-eLreet, Coliia^wood, j Oa I THE FIRST NIGHT j of cohabitation, p...
JOYS OF THE JEHNS. The Letter in Hubby's Pocket. Richmond Bootmaker's Wife. Seeks Divorce, But Judge Holds Desertion Not Proved. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
JOYS OF THE JEHNS. The Lotter ifc Hubby's Pocket. Richmond Bootmalior'a Wife. ScoHg Dlrorce, But Judira Holds Desertion Not Proved. Josepainf J« bn, nf 243 Pum-ror.-.I, liicli- I luond. asl:cd for a divord; on tin- irrouii'Ji J of desertion from Arthur John, 3b Hieh'-tt- ) street. HichnionvK boolrrah'M-. "Mr. I,, yi. | Woolf appo;ir&lt;»d for phiinMft". T!i«> rartirt] were tnani:'J iu June, 19CG, nnl tlicrt? v:pii« tig children. "Kvidenee by l!ie plainti.T showrtl tbar quarrels occurred because Ui^ vaiV yblcct'd to her husband going to a hotel in tbo mains*. Thej drew up a deed of tepars | ffon, and aaUe up their mind# to Ittul lout* ' bowo lives in singlo beds; but that didn't i last too long, end "ft reconciliation" tonic placo. Tbo recognised wifely habit of roiii^ through THE IIl^liAXD'S POCKKTS, howevrr, led to tho d'tlCf- of a vov.\ f.inn nay she found u in the respond'ut's por-h'-t, "^drljp," whn'h >hf> showed to tin.- Lothario. The qu;irrrl which I'ol lov.i'...
IS THERE A THEATRICAL COMBINE? Ada Reeve Says "Yes," and J. C. Williamson Ltd. Says "No." QUARREL ABOUT "STAR" SALARIES. Ada Reeve and "the Firm" Interviewed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
I IS THERE A THEATRICAL COMBINE ? | Ada Reeve Says "Yes," and J. C. Williamson Ltd. Says "No." QUARREL ABOUT "STAR" SALARIES. Ada Reeve and "the Firm" Interviewed. When Ada Rcotr caiu^ back to Melbourne after an absence of 16 years, unci told an interviewer that the reason the bad not re* turned to the working person's parudiso before was bccauao sho was blockcd by "tho combine, or whatever tho theatrical unial valuation is," she around tiie iro of tho Williamson firm, *ho rcp'ied Ada's re mark* wero without foundation. "Ujia IIccto," the firm said, "•sras OU3J LEADING IADY in a couplo of musical comedies in this country from iC to 13 years a^o, and subse quently in a pantomime, sot one production 01 the three Lcinc more than moderately niccvM'ul. . . . Sine-* tii-vi t.16 or 28 yr.ir&lt; n°&lt;» ML* iu>cr* hns ilr-vouM herself to vaudeville with v?ry great BiH v.-« aro nut its the rai:Hovi)b» busine.-w. . . . Sbo may h.no sein o'j:- I.oiidcu r-pfs-'nta. tire, but ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
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Truth SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1914. JOAN OF ARC. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
The anniversary of the murder of Jeanne d'Are, the child dreamer of Doremy, and the girl deliverer of France, is now being celebrated in .Franceand through out Christendom. Joan ot'. Are Vras the. purest of patriots, and the most pious of martyrs. . in spired by celestial visions, and en couraged by angelic voices, she roused her downtrodden country men: rallied them against the Eng lish invaders; raised the sie?c of Orleans; caused hey v'efugee King to he crowned in triumph at Rheims—as she had foretold; res cued her eouivlry from, foreign thrall, and made France a free, fearless, loyal, and united nation. Buoh were The Immortal Maid's faith and works. What was her reward Her countrymen and kins', de serted and betrayed her, and sold her for money into the hands of (lie foe she had defeated. Con demned as a sorceress by perfi dious prelates and perjurious priests, in tile pay of lier exas perated and defeated enemies, the English burned her to death at the etakc in the market plaec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
GET. A Pot Tarn SBAB0N*9 EEQTJIEEMENTS. "THE PREMIER OFFICE" And PIONEER Or ,OASH 0KDEE8 In.-Victoria. Establish^ 1908. A large nnmber of First-Class — Accept These Orders, and This is THE ONLY CASH OttDEE O Trading With Rflyer's. Special Terms FOE FOBNITDBE. •"BROOK," ',240 LITTLE COLLINS STEEET. ELASTIC TRUSSES Im&tf, Gent*. C97* | * | Art too or Um y^j 1 Chftftin g&lt;raid«h«nlrUfd 1 Siould be Worn W All nvalupMfl for fho«^ tiho staml l6nj?'«n th# fref, I hiovflo and hor.ie iMfr* and atUlctes'and pfcrentJ | (bat "drauT'nfC-doTV" fcclitip," We aa eoppJy » a special patt«m with detachable biff. Tbtf most I servlcrrtole. 2a. Gd. each. . I OPEN raiDAY KVESINGS tfll 8 O'CLOCK. L 'Phone 4CSC. | T. BOPEH, 2oC Svrnnston-strcei^ (Ha-1 nan'a Bldga.), 7 doors from Hospital. [ iiored for SSs.! a gnsfscent Suiting Range, »C l!si nr.- Cr'.-.rr,. C-r.-, rrm : 1 . "Wedijwovl ^l"»rrv*IUu;) frrr/'3 in. Ui-j FnehinunUe i>'._-r' ?:al S'rii^, Check m l ( Effe-t—stuffs : }jr».r you ...
THE CRITIC [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
Who can un&iuuted briTe the Critic's ra;e? Or note unniovtd his rnenUon in tho Critic"* pag«, I'oradc lib errors in the public Aui Mother Grundy's ni,'0 dtfy? A bare ga.rdeu-'-Eden. Ladle-Uke—Spoonii^. Cupid is a bcart-ca^?. * -* A coo in' cons—Love's. Lock-ap tack—Cell-ory. A break-up—Tlic alaTey. # » Woman it mon'i soqucL Lore is a T70Cth-sir->ri*s. Folly tha leader—rasbion. Eigaoy U it3 own reward. A badge-job—The botlleVs. * * * Perjury ia sapplied in a bcs. 'Hi© laiter "a" is ia-vahiablc. ; * * * j Playing the juicc—Vignercns. ! Loansome—The popshop man. ; MarHng titnc—The tally dcri. ' ilawson ia a p-Cat pole-edition. It's a Ions lan® has co pub. Gossip ia the mother-in-law of !ic«. A floorer—The language of flowara. Sharp practice—The young stair's. Two-up aceajj dyiun out—for ki?s. A modern Juan of Arc is a worrier. * * * The- old maids' figbt ia a Staid-gem. Auitralia'i outlook—Her lightbouaca. Innocence 14 often found ir. no »cnse. Moriarfyir.g work—The hod-carr...
SCOTS WHA HAE THE DONKEY BLED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
SCOTS WHA .HAE THE DONKEY BLED. 'JSX9&- sctor riisa ?c her a behold, u Scottish brace, ye kza, ■ . Who once bogged in tho murhsome alno us griracy toil-stained men, Till Andy found that politics was nice, saft, easy graft.c And Harry pouched uie "Da-rebecs "bright by making auld Donk laugh. And now thoy both on velvet stand—tho guid auld Donk they squeeze, A picking ba7»beos from his purse—as salt as shelling peas!
A FAIRY TALE. "THE LAND OF NOD." Mysterious Lady from Queensland. WHAT THE DETECTIVE SAW IN THE LONELY CORRIDOR. THE SHEARER BLOKE WHO WOULD HAVE US "BY THE WOOL." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
ft - FAIRY TALE. "THE LAND OF 2ffOD." Mysterious Lady from Queensland. WHAT THE DETECTIVE SAW IN THE • LONELY CORRIDOR. THE SHEARER BLOKE WHO WOULD HAVE US "BY THE WOOL." (Prom "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) | Thomas Burnett, a young cove descrlb , Ing himself us a shearer from away; be I yond hi the backblocks of the Queensland | Never-Sever country. Is a person who | must now cuss bis SHEER BAD LUCK. I On Wednesday, the 1st Inst., Tommy I was charged • before Mr. Payten at the ! 'Scentral, with doing what he didn't orter ! (though the charge was phrased a bit dlf : Cercutly) In the Hotel Sydney, Haymarket. or&lt; the 25th lilt. THE SLEUTH'S STORY. D-tectlw Leary, from a flying rtiirt. told frjiw. in oa:2.&lt;— ttuvnee &lt;f certuft: in f. imutU-i. which had com- into thrir po.« he and Detevtiw Lynch. at about p.m., u:i the ^>th nit.. visited the hcl«:l. saw ih- Jxf.d at uric.- :»ad their wav to the fourth Hour of the build ing. (ii, atiivul th-> s»"...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
SUFFERED FOR LONG YEARS DOCTORS FAILED TO GIVE RELIEF— A HOUSEWIFE'S AGONY ENDED. J' fa I JEN years ago,"say# Hps. J. Ggden.of20 Union Street, Auckland, N.Z.. " I knocked my right leg and burst a varicose vein. Ulcers started to form, and then ensued ten years of awful agony. I could get no sleep ,but would toss about, wishing for the end of everything. Inflamma tion spread, and 1 could not get cbcut. 1 v. a a laid up for three months at one period, and hardly put my foot to thy ground. The leg grew worse, and the pain became unbearable. To make (natters worse the other leg became affcctcd, blood poison set in. arid my health became run-down In a dreadful manner. . " I was under twelve doctors In different lev/as, but I was as bad as ever after their treatment. So things wer.t frcrn bad to worse. My mother, who had had a bad leg also, advised me to use Zam-Buk. as she had gained great benefit frcm it. I followed her ativice. and started treatment with Zam-Buk, and the effect was mcs...
AUBURN AMOURS. Winch Woos a Winsome Wench. STRANGE STORY OF A SYLPH'S SEDUCTION. Alice Alleges an Attempted Criminal Assault. WHAT THE WITNESSES SAY THEY SAW. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
Winch Woos a Winsome Wench. STRANGE STORY OF A SYLPH'S SEBUM. Alice Alleges an Attempted ■Orhiiinai" Assault. WHAT THE WITNESSES SAY THEY .SAW. (FROM SYDNEY "TKL'Tfl," APP.IL A sc-iluction fttse containing many re- i markable featurc-.s caine un for ht-urins before Jud^p Sly and a jury uf four a*. .N'o. 1 Court on Monday last, when an uld«rly insurance ajient and collector jir.mvd I'Mvva:^1 Mariln. a of thy quiet little suburb of Auburn, sued Frank Winch, a slaughterman and musician, who Is a n»*\t-.loor neighbor, for £400 damages. al!tv-:in^ • that lu* debauched i ucd cama'.ly kih-u- Alice. Milan Cains. FKANK WIXCH. the servant of the plaintiff, wheroby the Clrl hud sot into u certain condition, anii the pJaintijr had lost her services, and hud been put to mu&lt;:ft expense. The «irl, Alice I'alni!. who is 20 years of as*. is Martin's adopted daughter, and has been residing with him for about twelve years. Mr. ivrry (Instni.-ted by Mr. A. Bums) appeared for the plaintiff, a...
A SNOB SHEET. Its "Proputty" and Its Chief Scribe. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
Its "Proputty" and Its Chief Scribe. (FROM SYDNEY "TRUTH." APRIL 12.) "The Telewag" Is very prtoud of itself. It desires it to be known that ft wilt short ly possess a brand new big building and a specially imported "highly commended" editor. The testimonials relating to this English Journalist it recently published. Just :ls it publishes the "srateful testi monials" written by person." who desire to "commend" cancer quueks or other persons whose nostrums are guaranteed to cure "when all the doctors had failed." Th»- n.'W editor'^ n:ime is Braham, which HOgge-sts one of the Chosen people, for It i* by no mean* unusual to find member* Ol that rne»» who have dropped the llrst >tter of "Abraham." and have thus be come "UraJiam." If Mr. Braham be one af the Chosen People, It is meet and pro w*r that a journal that Is so fond of rak ng in the shekels as is the "Telewng" 'hould be edited by one of the race that mn always been noted for its ability to gather shekels. One of - tho.^e who...
SHANNON V. SMITH. Racehorse Owner and Trainer at Law. AN INJUNCTION GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
rfMN^rsiTH; Racehorse Owner and Trainer at Law. 'AN INJUNCTION GRANTED. ter(From ' '"fruthV Sydney Correspondent.) j Messrs. Barry nod Norris, instructing Mr. 'Bonncy, were *ior tho plaintiff, and Messrs. IFiihcr and Mocansh, instructing Messrs. In •nis and Manning, trcre for the defendant., NVhcn the above mutter was callcd on in Equity, beforo Mr. Justicc Harvey, on Thursday, defendant., Claode Rraith, by his counsel "applied for an order restraining plaintiff, Alban Shannon, from selling, mortgaging, or otherwise disposing cf^tbe racehorses Multum in Parvo and Raiucra gery, and the horse Bobby Burns; ivlso iho sulky, harness. saddlery. «;jd other offotHs mentioned in defendant's aflidavil. An aij : receiver to bo allowed io take possession of t ho hordes and property cowcniwi in. Queensland, and to retain possession thereof until conclusion of the hearing of the suit. The defendant, Claude Smith, by affi davit. denied that the horses named in the claim w«r*» ever the property of ...
APPETIZING. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
APPETIZING. (From ••Truth's" Sydney Correspondent). A repulsive ca.sc was heard in the sum A square loot of muck sbovellcil ircm the floor o; a bakehouse was produced as an exhibit. Iri front of the oveui was a heup ot refuse .infested with flics. Clow by was u tray of cake. The cake was uncovered, an&lt;l was thick wiih fl:cs. In a skillion room adjoining tiki bakehouse.* tb'-re was a quan tity of ressi ft::pos3d to th» 11,es. There was a stable under the bakehouse, with a j trap-door leaJinjr to it. On the floor or' t-ho ' stable iicdor the trap-door was a quan Of candied pvel or carrnway, When down iho«o festive bnzx'Ts come. And in the cake make holiday: Well laden with thy typhuid germ. With cancer and dipthcriu sweet, •Tirjy roll an/1 wrigsrle. crawl and squirra Amongst the things I love to eat. The icing sugar do not plaoa Upon these edibles—ah, no. For multifarious niajrirots trac* Their dainty footprints in the "snow"; Leave out the dainty spies all. And various thi...
INCONSTANT CONSTANTINE. Bashes His Wife and Chastises His Children. Stops Out Until Two In the Morning and Has "Another Woman." Matrimonial Chain Severed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
INCONSTANT CONSTAHTINE. Bashes His Wife and Chastises His \ Children. I Stops Out Until Two In tho Morning and Has •• Another Woman." Matrimonial Chain Severed. A worn-out looking little woman, Esther Constantine, besought sevcr-nce from her bad husbaud, Richard Jenning Constantine. Mr. W. C. T. Kelly appeared for peti tioner. The ■Dirties -wer© married ia November, 1599, in tho heyday of yocth. Now, said ilrw. Constantine. ebe was 37 years at age, and the respondent wa? 42-—or taid he was. Before marriage petitioner was a Milliner. Her husband supported her until February, 1902. s.in-;e ■when she had kept her?elf by needlework and fcoucework. Respondent was - JaJborcr. There were two children o: the ci'iiriaRe—a yitl aged 14 mid s boy a^cil 22. After marriage* the COUPLF. COHABITED tit Fitzror and North Melbourne. At Nori-h Melbourne, 12 months after the marriage, ibe respondent assaulted her ajtd turned her out of the bou.v-. However, a week, later, th*r r«*spond»>ot repenU'd. ...
Heartiess Husband's Telegram. Short Spells of Wedded Bliss. Fourteen Days and Five Weeks. Young Woman Freed of Woeful Waster. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
Hearties.- Husband's Telegram. Short Spells of Wedded Bliss. Fourteen Days and Five Weeks. Youde Woman Treed of Woeful Waster. Ulian Alio.* Far!.';-, of 17 Clbbs-flroet, Richmond, doRjoti-; r?rvant, a rcd'haired youjijj woman with a lonjf aristocratic no*o aijil iuri;j bl-oe w:th bright complexion, sought fur mois- Jroin Ahrod W:luani Far ley, farm liboror at. pre^int residing at K.mypan:el jjouili. Mr. I.. S. W'onlf appeared for tbc pets ''ih/li-h'.'.y-Jjit Lilian sail that fop was matrin.imij|iy allied to lb': r^pomlt'ut iu May. at IJniiis.vicb.sircct, Fitzruy, by the Rev. A.b«rt .lijii.-s Abbot, according to tlm r:t&lt;-s of tlic Free Christ.an (.'birch, at vrlneh time fhL* was but ycar3 of age. Prior to ti« marr.a^o putstioncr was a •lavey. or to put it tu-'ely, 'iollowins tbe occupation of domc-r..c dut-cs." The respon deat at tbc t-imo of niairia£.» was about, 20 ycara of nnd toiled oi\ joims (or a crust. Luckily, raid LU, THEuh WAS NO ISSUE of tbc lucldcsj marr.t^o. I...
THE FORTUNE TELLER AND THE BOBBY. WHAT "PROFESSOR" LYLE TOLD CONSTABLE EVANS. And What the Magistrates Did to Lyle. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
THE FORTUNE TELLER AND THE BOBBY. 'WHAT "PROFESSOB" LYLE TOLD CONSTABLE EVAUS. And What too Magistrates Did to Lyla. j lu consequcnce of complaints eonccrning 1 the couduct of llcary i». Lylft, who, under | the tiiio of Trofc&sor" Lyle, carried oa I business at 58* Chapel-street, South Yarra, I &b a phrenologist, Detective Darey, of the 1 Criminal Investigation Department, -was de | tailod oC to trap the wary old charlatan, j who pretends to be a past. master In rcvcaJ inu' the occult. The detective selected a | youthful member of the force, named Evans, : at hit ambassador, and so well did the Latter ■ play his part that Lyle supplied the con 4 stable with sufficient material to warrant I proceedings being taken against him oa the j charge of unlawfully using certain subtle craft to impose. Tho case was heard at the I Frahran Court ou Thursday week last by Messrs. Chambers (chairman), Hcywcod, Walker and FlimoG, Js.P. Suh-lnspoctor Westcott conducted tho pro secutio...
DOINGS IN DIVORCE. THE GARDEN OF LIFE. Sigh-press, Orange Blossom, Prickly Pairs. Buds, Blooms, and Bloomers. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914
DOINGS IN DIVORCE. THE GARDEN OF LIFE. Sigh-press, Orange Blossom, Prickly Pairs, Buds, Blooms, and Bloomers. Fire applications for &lt;!horcq were be/ore Mr. Justice ITood in th«j practice Court on Tuesday, and were dealt with an undr.r: 'DON'T COME; DON'T WANT YOU.'