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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

| THE TORTURE OF ECZEMA. | r.czt'iua is the most torturing and obstin ate of 1111 hkin di.viju^i'K, and any pert-oil J takes scrioiM chances who inflects Eczema. } This ailment lias the tendency lo spread, ' and there is also the danger at' it becoming j chronic, besides being very difficult to euro. ' i Tlie safest remedy tor Kczcma is Duau's ' j Ointment. In iisinvr if there i« no uotenliy: j from daily occupation, and the many vui' I n»ad<; by it huv': made it famous all over th world. Head tip* following testimony of lusting cine of Kczcma by thiu wonderful Mrs. A. J'eatling, 18 Dove-street, South Richmond, Melbourne, says:—".Some \' ago 1 was troubled with a,nasty, irritating ijfch, which I was told was Kczcma. I tried all sorts of remedies in the hope' of getting jelief troni the constant irritation, but w." j thins: <fid me any good. At last J ^'ot Do.'tn's Ointment, and after applying this prepara- j tion for a few days, t-he irritation eased ! somewhat...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE FEDERAL HIGH COMMISSIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

THE FEDERAL HIGH COMMIS SIONER. Tho Loudon "Daily Mail- of February 26 publisher a cablegram from Sydney to the cfiect thai Australians arc ambitions that Sir George Reid should fill tho nicho in Dominion affairs in Loudon formerly occu pied by the lato Lord Strathoona, the Canadian High Commissioner. Tho £5,000 a year, tho paper goes on to say, ban been recognised by the Federal Goveruirrnt ar. insufficient, and the Federal llinistcrB agree to make a largely increased enter taining allowance. This is news to the rank and file in Australia, who consider that £5,COO a year is quite sufficient compensa tion for the junketiug and jaunting nccessary for any High Commissioner in London, not withstanding what the Liberal politicians may tbink to the contrary. It would bo nothing short of ridiculousness, however, for anybody to think that Reid i.1 capable of filling the niche left yacant by SLrathcona, for 1Um\ is a comparatively poor barrister, glad, when here, to take a brief in anybody'...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE BULLDOG BREED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

THE BULLDOG BREED. tiie metivjX'uUu is of Uuroau vermin buw Ucu assaulttn- their o*?i mother*. been .'.n\-n by the •cripunxis of not n*ucb impression hai, 33 it should Inch mado oji the pubac wiud. I'. is oult a year or two sine.- tbe ' A^c" a voice husky with indignation, man who belU-J his wU.us »houU up u> the triangle and liupLV-d. to tim wild itiid b a':y n-pr-.-scuta : p..t out, iJl discretion m:juU1 be tiikc-n awuv iron; in ib's nutter, and. iu ci a fonriaivn for wifc-b-'rvLn'j should 1 automatically curry v.itb ji a vntencA oi a i bidiu'4 with the wii.i "nd wbis i U-_-ry urt^uu-uU, ad;um;kU *> fir us vbe ;u' ; voc.icy 0; ilost'Mj? wns coii^-riwd, htd it ■ le-£t tho n:tr>t of chivalry to conuij-n-1 th^m. : TU* i»t-cu.v;\r cinnunsuui-.e vrs5 and *till U j that wl:;ic the d.-.y!i<- I.uv rtfarnuTs would j hanj;, d.-avr, quarter, rj;d vpifltcau* a bur.band. the vials of the:- froth—and bul ' bit—are unmoved in rc-^anl Jo hister and I mother-bashes. Apart, bowe...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LATEST DOWN-TO-DATEST DRESS CRAZES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

LATEST DOWN-TO-DATEST jDB.ESS I CRAKES. ! The .Sonoma's living freight from the Land of Graft and Gum-chewcrs, landed in Sydney, iuciudcd a batch of pro's, for tho WiHough by direction's Easter attraction, "Tlio Ten derfoot." Among the number was a Miss Grace Ellsworth, another feminine disciple of undrew. Her startling stunt ia to feature the latest American "bare-bock cveninj dress" toilettes. If bare bosoms prompt tho unco' j^uid to wowsb as thej do, there's no tolling wliat'U he tho outoornc of "wholly bare-back" displays. AJid among our latest Yankee files wo Lnd the Bostou "Monitor" declaring that tho transparent Test is now quite tho rage in men's afctiro. It's a gar ment transparent in front, with no back at all. X-ray skirts for the women hare for a lonjj timft been in partial voguo, but trans parent trousers for tho lords of creation may nover bo expected.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TWO UP. And Thirty Up. Raid On A Gaming House. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

TWO UP. &nd Thirty Up, Raid On A G-aming House. (From "TrothV Sydaer Correspondent.) On Wednesday last, before Mr. P.iyu-n. ] [in the Central Polio* Court. the foll^wine i 1 p*-i"oi;s were charged. the first-named with beins the keeper of a Naming house. 1 situated In Pelican-street. and the remain der with having been found on the pre mises:—Low Huey. Harry Jacobs. Darra! Dennis, Jame.r Kinjr. William Gibson. Walter Forsyth. Edward Henderson. Frederick Solomon. Michael Vnughati. John Fairbairn. James Young. William Frtnch. Alfred Donnellan, Alexander Hir.ham. Sydney Crump. Fn.dk. Thomas. Alfred Adams. James Pelar.ey. Frnest Moore. James Je?sup. <~i'-ur;"* Dohcrtv, Albert Smith. Warren Madden. Frederick William?. Frederick Alexander. Frederick Grey. Frederick Thomas. Ccrirge Wilso!.. Hilton Hodges. and Kdwar'd Lawrence. Mr. F. Fanker appeared on behalf of trie pri-cession, and Scrgt. Mankey conducted th*- prosecution. Sub-Inspector Branstnn. of the Darling hurst d...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. THE BLARNEY OF IAN. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. THB BLABNEY OF IAN. Twit* now, to Australian presa interview ers—one® iu Victoria and ©uco in N.S.W.— has General Sir Ian HamUlou handed out "God Btcsn Press," supplementing tbc fervent dope. on one occasion with "The Press is a noblo institution." Tho Chowth african veteran might have said "Noblf animal," but lie didu't. And now the Ka punda (SouLh Ors^ local rag is special cdi tiouin# iudf hysterically *rith the announce ment that the gallant General, on tho occasion of hia reccnt visit to that sleepy hollow, pronounced Kapunda to bo "tho town of pretty .girls and good wines.'" It appears to "Truth" that Sir Ian could have made hi* slab of blarney yol more palatable to tJio Kapundaites by remurkinp "wives" instead of wines—and tho Cold Toa crowd would moro ccrta.inly hare applauded tho sentiment.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

How to be happy on wash day: use THAT'S WHAT MOTHER USES

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

Ki fswig/ i is^f sGMfijfeS ■ ms ^1 «-» f „ vg-x. Ki'X'1 ''iM F^l ^ i 1 ] l^'tv Sunny Jcivs bring jov to '.veil fui.'c.s. 13ut w> the man or woman with an aching back, every day is dark—ju.-;t a dismal round of suffering. Can't work well, enjoy play, or oven take restful sleep. Always that dull, throbbing headache. Have you thought that ysur kidneys may b: disordered? Sick kidneys signal for help. The first call may be lameness or pain in ;he back — scanty, painful, or too frequent urination—recur ring headaclios or dizzy spells—nervousness, or a constant dead-tired feeling. Avert the serious kidney diseases—dropsy, gravel, diabetes, Bright's disease. Cure the weakened kidneys with DoatVs Backache Kidney Pills, a remedy that strengthens weak kidney.", stirs sluggish kidneys to action, soothes and heals inflamed, congested kidneys. Backache ia cured and a perfect filtering of the ;blood is restored. A LASTING CURE OF 14 YEARS. Ifr. Denis O'Brisn, corner of Roy-sl. and Paltnersten-c...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

THIS NEAT VILLA, T3uiIt hv us with illl.LTIR'S PATKNT WKATUERED IKON, ON1.Y £300. We I'liiiil to vour Order COTTA<;i:>, V1LI.AS, Auy Size or JV.czn. ^rich or Wood, From Poposit. NiCOL, AliLLER & Co. 125 SWANST0N ST. SILVER-TONED j Accordeonj j&mtm no. 7i5. i lililftS! - i 1 • Post Free ] 18/-' For Accomp.inimont-. Solo Work, ctc.. this mcxiol =-tnnd.< alono. EbonUc-d m:<] polished ease, 10 keys. 2 ba.*<o.-5. - of roods, 5 r.rtinc ?!nn< nKf\l_ SOLD KVKRYWHKRr. DR. LtGER ERSBH Has Bcsutned Poetic at 125 COLLINS ST. Hours: 2 to 4, 7 to 3 p.m. Telephone- 023-1 Central. Kcsidence: 31 inv?iiu^toa-streei. Si. Trnri.i Tetopbor.e 51 Windsor. Speciality: 603, Neo-r-alvarsan, cxd Anti ONLY m. m TO PAY. be better for y debt's a.ini only a few shillings stiJJ fcavf? ii few f Would it not > pay these small : one man to pay MY ASSISTANCE WILL HELP YOU To do thl;. Uemcmbor, u i» my business. 1 bnro hrlppj uusdrc^s of other...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST SECOND SERIES. No. XV. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

I CHRIST SECOND SERIES. KTo. XV. J Had Jesus, like Paid, been I a Roman citizen He might ( have appealed against the sav | agery oi the Sanhedrim to | the tribunal or Caesar at Home j and thus perhaps have saved Him seii. But Jesus was only a poor persecuted, despised, and practi cally unknown young Jew, and had not, like the greatest ol' all His apostles, Paul, the shield of lioman citizenship to protect Him ; from the sectarian savagery which j literally shrieked and thirsted for I His blood. Hut what if Jesus of ivazareth had happened to be a iioman citizen like Saul of Tarsus, , and, like him, had appealed to j Caesar, and saved His life, would I the world have been saved ? And | still more solemn thought, is the ! world yet saved ? These are problems too deep : and dark for any but iuspired : prophets^and sacred seers to dare * to ci en aip into, let alone pretend I to solve. They are as much a mvs ; tery to ordinary .uninspired man ; as the Burial of Moses "by Nebo's lonely mo...

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, 3s. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (in Advaxoe Oxly): PER ANNUM, 12b.; HALF-YEARLY, 6i; QUARTERLY, 3s. Jlrre thtll the FrrM tho FfOu1e'» rieht aninoLin, l»v tntlurucf midunbribM bv ffain. • )l*rc Patriot Tntrti her jrlormus precept* «ir*w, 1'lnllfi to Kratemftj', Mbcrxf and Law. . BATTJIIDAY APIUL 18, 1914.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

BROUGHT HOME TO DIE. Young Girl in a Hospital with St. Vitus' Dance. Her Guardian Speaks Highly of the Value of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills which Cured her. "My nicco, Annie Moore, was bLi 1 weeks in tho hospital with eevcro St, . Vitus' Dunce; sho did not improve, and ! wo thought alio was going to die, bo I J brought bur homo tiii-t sho migbt end j ler days horo. Thut aho La u healthy i fltronj; girl to-day wo owe entirely to [ I)r. Williams' Pink Pills." Euch is tho , declaration of Mr. Charles of Ii59 | Abercrombie-atreet, Sydney. i In tho paat eighteen years these pHla | have effected sozae notable cures J I amongst Australiun people, fow hav« j I been moro remarkable than this one. St. ; Vitus' Dance is a severe nervous disor- j der that affects m03tly children. A I fright or :<omo sudden excitement is ; often tho diroet eatue, but before thi:< j there 13 usually tho condition of low j vitality that predisposed the victim to 1 attack* of this hind. That trea...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

Sales total 200,000 yearly. Fifteen yaarR' mittou guaraaUa. Takes Parts Samo as Singer. Puplicato Partn can ntrw be obtained la Every City in tbo Y/orid. Thore are no Ser-ing Machines made in Australia, tboc^fi some import cheap mudo macliiac.s under patriotic names, in tbo hopo to maho people believo 80. PIIICES:—Hand. from £2 17u. Cd., with covcr; Treadle, with cover, £3 17a. Gd.; Dropheads, £1 lO. "We aro forcing tbe prico down. XccjIc-a for ^v.'ry mafce cf machlno 6d. doze a, Bobbins 3d. each, Shuttles C'd. euch. Oil Sd. bottle. Ord^ra of <2s. (3d. cr o\or seat po3t froo to any address in Australia. Call or rrrito for caudogno. <J„ illilLOflSY, 21 CTENTItirWAT, Oil Collins-street, opp. AJlaa^: 2S2 CHAPEI^STBEEX, PBAHKAN" (AKCADZ, opp. Big Store); 23 AZCAJ3E, ATrr.T.AraTv cashTorbers Buy Your EASTER and WINTER REQUISITES through THE EXTENSION AGENCY at Cash Prices, and at the same time have the advantage of five months' credit. We offer better terms than are...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"THE WELSHERS' RACE." SEQUEL TO INCIDENT AT DOWLING FOREST. Bookmaker Charged With Attempted Imposition. Hadn't Enough in the Bag to Give People Their Own Money Back. Fined £10, with £5 5s. Costs. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

"THE WEL8HER8' RAGE." SEQUEL TO INCIDENT AT DOW LING FORfeST. I Bookmaker Charged With Attempted Imposition. Hadn't Enough in the Bag to Give People Tlioir Own Money Back. Fined £10, \rith £5 6s. CcBta. A matter of considerable interest to the sporting public, and tho l>aff brigade in par ticular, was vcntiJato<l in tbo P.allarat City Court oq Wednesday of last weok, wlicn a young man named Joseph ilcCormack ap poared before Messrs. S. J. Goldsmith, P.M., and C. Waiter and 0. Hobs. Js.P.. to ex plain hi* connection vitb soltc alleged Lid dley-winkin^ bu&incoa at tbo Uowhnj? Forest races on tho 1st. inst. Mr. J. B. Pearson appeared to prosocnto, and Mr. IX Cl*rko (or the defcnco. In tho first plaeo, McCorrocidk wa* charged with betting without a permit, but thja va.1 withdrawn at tho reoucRt of 3Ir. Peax&on, thrco cuinca* costs boing allowed fcg&inftt tta prcsccution. Tim totfowing charge. laid by John Mc riiai!, supervisor of bookmakers to tho l...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A "SUPERIOR" COLORED PERSON BOASTS OF HIS UNIVERSITY EDUCATION. The Masseur, His Missus, and the Neighbor. Dirty Water and Dirty Linen. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

A "SUPERIOR" COLORED PERSON I BOASTS OF mS TJNIVEBSITT EDUCATION. The Masseur, His Missus, ind tho Neighbor. Dirty Water and Dirty Linen. A good deal of amusement vjag occasion ed at, the Caritou Court ou Wednesday, by tho manner a colored man who boaated of Ksg university education conducted himself in tho witness box. Tiio individual rt-'lorf'*! to rejoices in tbo nauu ot V*'uilaco iiore.no, a^d d«^ribf>d iiimwlf as a mae.iuur. Jio ap peared bei'oro Dr, Cole, P.M., and ■ i'.dw«rdg and Ailu»u, at th« instance | t>f Alra. Evo Lc*iiis, ©a tlm caax^o of uaiiij; 1 in.',uiui>'_' words. j ilr. W. J. Tucker appeared for tlm com l plainant, and ilr. Corr for the deiendant. | K»a Ada Lewins, residing at lb WimbJc fltrcct. J'-ixkville, said tho defendant Urod next door. On tho afternoon of the 9th iust.. sha wa$ si^ubbiLiy tiio brick pavonunt in th* back yard, and had occasion to thro v. nomc water ddwn. Th'> natural outlet for the water w"# by an op^u drain in de.i'.n danfn yard...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

cIfxaJb l'dont- ura/i il-ta- warn, fei£Cmg mill vvfnUrfv ijpuj dftirrJo a, a/ji of R-O'B'U'R

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FOR THE LIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

FOR THE LIVER. Toople who suffer from liter disorders will j find tho following letters very interesting:— | From Mrs. F.ilen WaUra, Forest ILange, | South Australia, [ "Twenty years ago I was very ill. I could j cot keep my food down, not eveu « drink i of water. 1 was bad like thi3 for nearly j three months. The doctor wade me wean ; my child, as he said that I had abscesses on J my liver, and that I t/ouU have to have j them cut out. 1 was iu tlio horpital at the I time. Tbo doctor told me to tike my baby home, and conic' back a^ain. 1 had about 1*3 miles to travel by coach, and foujo kind \vo m<»u ia tbc couch told me of Warner's Safe Cure. She aBked me to try it before I wont i back to tbo hospital. I did so. I took three 1 bottles, and, than!: God, I never Have bad { to be cut about by any doctor and have i never suffered in the samo way Ricce." From Mr. «J. Mnddern, 57 Oabomc-atrcet, Wiltiamstoivn. Victoria. "Some time aZo I was attacked with a pain under my should...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

MELBOURNE'S MOST PRIVATE LOAN OFFICE THE SPENCER ST. MONT DE PETE 852 Spencer St., Melbourne (Two Doors from Bourke St.)' Civil Servants, Railway Employees, Police, Bank Ofllcinls, Tradesmen, and others in constant work can have a loan from £5 upwards on juat your promtao to pay. NO BILLS OP SALE. NO PUBLICISTS'. Established 25 years, wo havo a roputation to keep, and offer you a loan on auch easy torms that will satisfy you. Coil or \Tcito. THE SPENCER STBEET MONT DE PIETE, 2 Doors from Bourko Street, THE MENAGE I 00 Sufferers Dyvjcpaia, Nmiriti* Catarrh Centrea of tlte Head. "Kat»ar*ah" Treatment provides an enlarged supply of medicated fee I 'i!njr. , the frequent ln>ad#cli«w. the far Of : :Iect Catarrh. all who aw n if you :ed with Catarrh in . runs TRIAL of r-sih " Inhalant. U cUm- Iti mMi. at* relief to the Jnfi uiH-l inotuhrar.ei. clrnrs the heart, no-i-. thrnnt andlunrt. ronvcys iimlth-pivlnir. t-iirifyin? .Mid £*rm-4le«iroyii2K medicate*! of how nitnr rifd do Tint cmuiri...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
£1,000 TO FOUR CIGARS. A FAMOUS WAGER OF EARLIER TURF DAYS. The Story as Told by "The Count." "Old" Slack Lays Publican Craig a Double, "Himself and the Cup"; He to Die and His Horse to Win the Race. A Joke That Came Tragically True. Slack Insists on Settling, And Gives Craig's Widow a "Monkey." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

£1,000 TO FOUR CIGARS. | A rAM0U3 WAGER OF EAMJEB TUR11 DAYS. The Story as Told by "Tlxo Count." MOld" Slack Lays Publican Craig a Double, "Himself and the Cup"; pe to Die and His Horse to Win the Raco. A Joke That Came Tragically True. Slack Insists on Settling, And Givo3 Craig's Widow a'-1 Turnkey." "During the prist four or five weeks | 4h».» reminiscences of "Old Chum/' which have been appearing iu "Truth" under the title of "Early Melbourne/' have rim in a vein congenial to many readers, tailing the form, as they Lave done, of racy recitals of incidents con nected with the earlier days of the Vic torian turf, when gee-pees ran to win —-if they could—and when there were no stipendiary stewards and such like devices to try and keep crooked oues from running wobbly courses. In this connection "Old Chum/' in the issue uf the 4th inst., drew attention to the Melbourne Cup of 3S70, and a eenti tnental circumstance attendant thereon. That year'.* winner, Nimblefoot, he re called, was ...

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