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Home Rule Heroics. TRAITOROUS TORIES & ARMY ALLIES. Democracy's Danger. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

Home Rule Heroics. TRMT0R0US TORIES & HRMY ALLIES. Democracy's Danger. i (From Brisbane "Truth.") The extraordinary and epoch-mak- j ing events of the past few day* have revealed to the British people in T2ng- ! land and elsewhere that the real dan- I ger to democratic government and the j British Constitution docs not spring 1 from the shadowy schemes of Social- \ istic saviours of society, bin from the j oligarchy or traitorous Tories nnd j propertied peers and person- who have j called (I)r> ofucrr.s r.f th" arms' to (heir i aid. Ii is to th<- discredit of tho«e offi- j cers that they should hnvn deyprted \ their dittv :»nd to overawe | iftntr* by ;t ui^iiluy of military despot- t ism. such as lias not been seen since | i the time when tho Duke nf Welllng ; ton wanted to resist the rr«nli<=r»tion of j the Reform Pill by suppressing it3 . supporters by the sword. and time pre serve the absolute preponderancy of > the House of Peers in the Consti...

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

ID RU i>T £ £ S P J S S OURE13D. A Peaceful Home Relieved of a Curia oaci oud for all tltse b* EUCRASY, i llrr. H. V. wean ; LtkT Sir,—" Ob, bow fcapp.T I »n th»t wjr huibaad • bus lo»t nil hii »J>J>ctit«r tor : y. " ' ' . •» 1 Tti(! KUORASY care for drcn!crn:;ec* Las r ij e< 1 a radiant-* into tvjor:rl« of hitherto He-ol»U' CrcMii". It <Iu'.s its woric »•> ciitTjr and «nrel>- ilui -.rltile t'>» ilau^ljt<:r looks m* tho liractarJ is reWaiaied with out lii- knowledge. GIVE IT SECRETLY Costs Nothing to Try riifc-may bo girto COUPON. On receipt c.f thi* Co:ij>tm tui'i tbrc» iUtnp<f'/r w« will seji'l. r-oit ;uM, a trial Ji#ck»#c und tbuJMiidi of U-tl:noaUl letters Address—The Eucrasy Co., 62 Hunter St., S/dney.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FROM BARBER TO "CATTLE KING." SAMUEL COPLEY'S GREAT DEAL. 140,000 Cattle Sold to the Trust. A Half a Million of Money Involved. How Copley Made His Splesh. The Advance of the Meat Trust. A Serious Situation. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

FROM BARBER TO ''CATTLE KING. SAMUEL COPLEY'S CHEAT DEAL. 1-10,0G0 Cattle Sold to tlie Trust. & Half a Million of Money Involved. How Copley Made His Splosh. Tlie Advance of tlie Meat Trust. A Serious Situation. Samuel Copb-y. of t u\W-t raliun ( firm ot' Copley ami Patter-on. station, owners and cattle dealer.-. handlist rum pleted lit- bi:-lr.<-.-.- wirtin- tnjtvi-i meat company iit the t":>r north. :uid is bound for the In ml of foii and rumors of civil war. Tin- muster'of the three stations acquired by the so-called I'tilon | Company, ou the Urd Kiver. Margaret ; and Start Creek-. numbered IHi.O'hI j Lead oj' rattle, the price paid for tin' : Etoek and leaseholds boini; bah' a million i of money. This is ciic of the big^e*t deals iu cattle e\ci- seen ia this iieuii tphere. The career of the x:«li:tt««r in this great deal i.-> interotin#. Samuel (.Vp iey was. years a^o_. a barber's ap prentice in Bourke-streot. Melbourne. When the oold fever was on and th...

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

■ mwiww.ui>. Painless Positive Cure for it XV.Ij>7.7 ^^VW^.Tl v# -%F Varicose VEINS. iluYO tUftt I ( you. 1 have tre&Uil liumlrrds n( lerriblo etipca with th« ntruost •neccn. and I Jcuow that but The Vecsey Home Method neJ i: v. ii" [it.y i i 1 ' o i nljy iu. i tib'M.;. My trnil'meni is applitd^u; yo;jr own ho:a»;P *i.i:■ i doyj rui ri i u'.rv you '»<< l» v ii p. i : pulnJ.is;. and harmless. Tbe v. ors>: ci^csc- . .]!>• :om ,<u-\nsyi.iv :bi- !lr-t ?.•«• v.* . k.-.anU old stubborn cases aro pcr f ully c.:n >1 u:tdi r k <. r\i \u of ir-utn.i:]*. tiiv,; juu f;;ii (Jct-iii • of yii::r i7.fLi. 1 f I run »-.:rc yen I it illf,;v jr. r.ntl irnd ycu n guarutu ! t J ,• .m,, i \,in r.t i.-ce mivi. <• > r,;i. Von ri.:i no risk. V"u cun lom rotiiioc if I should u.i!: ii;;i I Inix bnilt up iv !*rec bmino. s-not on .'nilnres, but on • •jccv.ic- if. < JtiriMTly -i\cu tip a* bopeler-,. Lvi iue uend you fcratc...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CARETAKER CHARGED With Stealing Sheep at Stockyards. Extraordinary Evidence of Stock Sales. CRIPPLED SKEEP SOLD CHEAP. PECULIAR PRACTICES AT ENOGGERA. SOLICITOR TACKLES HIS WORSHIP FOR LENDING A PRIVATE EAR TO THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

CARETAKER CHARGED With Stealing Sheep at Stockyards. Extraordinary Evidence of Stock Sales. CRIPPLED SKEEP SOLD CHEAP. PECULIAR PRACTICES AT ENOGGERA. SOLICITOR TACKLES HIS WORSHIP FOR LENDING A PRIVATE EAR TO THE POLICE. (From Erisbanc "Truth.") A case of considerable public inter est. was conunenci'd in the City Police Court on Friday. March 27. when Wil liam I^ouis Miller. the caretaker of the Enoggera saleyards. was charged, on summons, before Mr. Eglinton. P.M.. with stealing, un February -0. two lambs, valued at "as,, the property of the dondaryan Estates Co. of Aus tralia. Ltd. Senior-sergeant Thompson prose cuted. and Mr. T. J. O'Shea defended. Detective Prentice said that. on February IIS. he went lo the residence of James Richard Hamilton, butcher, at Torwood. and took possession of two lambs, two wethers, and five sheep skins. On March - Detective Tmrham and witness saw the defendant al the EriOggera snleyards. and told defend ant that Hamilton said that he had bought the...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TURF PUTREFACTION. A.J.C. Versus V.R.C. STIPES. Wallalo the Hysterious. Ex-Bookmaker's Clerk, Trainer, and Pigskin Knight Take a Strotch. The Rotten Racing Game. Totallsator and Bookmaker. An Illustration from Onkaparinga. Racing for Rooks and Crooks. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

TURF PUTREFACTION. A.J.C. Vorsna VJt.0. STIPES. Wallalo the Hysterica*. ' Ex-Bookmaker's Clerk, Trainer, and Pigsldn Knight Take a Streteli. The Botton Boeing Gimo. Totalis atcr and Bookmaker. An Illustration from Onkaparinga. Eaclng for Books and Orooka. Thero U an old saying about giving a dog a bad warae," but ib this caao it is a borne. As the penny dajr-lica tay, something liko a sensation was cauocd m sporting circles when Wailalo Lho mysterious was sunt up by tho three stipendiary stewards with bet ter sight than tboso ou tlii3 sido of tho Murray. Tho AJ.C. stipes taw something to justify their action, ami tho coianiitteo cndorsed'tlifc disqualification of horse, owner, trainer, and pigskia knight. That means Ecclcs, McGrath, Gray, and tho chcatjiut \»ill jjo into rustication for two yeats. It is a pretty Ions period for a jockey who has to mako a living by ridicy racchor3cs, and a trainer who trains them; but as far as the "owner" is concerned, that makes little dif fi'jcuco...

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

ILL-REQUITED. The* setting sun delayed awbila i To mark a. youthfuj pair, ! And b'-iniinh with his parting saiile 1 The maiden'.! yellow hair; ; Tbe rosy beams (hat round him flush, As ocean's rc-»t he socks, Grew rial'? bf^s'dc crimnon blush That overspread h«.'r chtxsfca. The youth bosidc her speaka—she bean, And honied poison s'ps, ilis burning v.*ords arc ia her ears, His kisses on her lips— Oh, sweet the words thus whispered low, And frwoot tin fond tcihite— Were tliero no aftertiste of woe, In passion's Dead Sea Fruit! A happy maid wns sho that e*e ! On whom tbo sunset sikun^- J Nest dnj she vroho to mourn and grieve l'or prized treasures gono. j The world may deem her still n» fair, ! The sun's bright beams may dart— 1 And ^ito Vho sunshine to hor hair, ! That ne'er cau roach her heart, | Too Into sho learned, that handsome youth, Tow'rds whom her bosoin yearned, t Who seemed all purity and truth, i Whose words with ardour buniini, • } Had, whilst hor dimpled cheek ho pressed...

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

Made from Fresh, Ripe Tomatoes. EPICURES MOW SAY £T1RST-PICKSS TOMAT* HAS NEVER BEEIM EQUALLED. Contains S^o Chemicals or Preservatives.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ASCOT RACING CLUB. ASCOT RACES. ASCOT MONDAY NEXT, 20th APRIL. FIRST EVENT STARTS AT 2.30. TRANSIT: [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

ASCOT RACING CLUB. ascot rages, ascot MONDAY NKXT, 20th APRIL FIRST EVENT STARTS AT 2.30. TRANSIT: Cabs from Bourke-street, city, to course. Trains from Flinticrs-sircct to New market at frequent iutcrvnls. Tares:— First rnttiia, -i1, : rcccnd return, Cd. North Mclboiirnc-Esscntlon elcctric tram servico frcir. Eliza^etb-street.

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

VATICINATIONS. EPSOM (Saturday). FIRST DIVISION. ' MAPLE LEAF MALT guard KOSK ROYAL BRUSH STEEPLECHASE. KUDA LUCY BAKU irUSTCVN SECOND DIVISION. MT$s melton VOf-ADLXA CU1CA epsom HANDICAP. COOLAGUNYAH DUEL YANDILLA king THIRD DIVISION. TilAMP :.hh>uooi ni:\v i.onj: ! HIGH-WEIGHT HANDICAP. j i»Ki.p:nr y DIAUOLO KADIATOR

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ASCOT RACES NEXT MONDAY. Programme and Order of Running: Five Furlongs. FIRST DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 18 April 1914

ASCOT RACES NEXT MONDAY. Pro^ramma and Order of Running: FIRST DIVISION". 9 10 Arutis u in a si.i SECOND DIVISION. nr..) .n ii «i-.' i'::: /.• t;c*-. ;> g-.i-.-ii Msroii . 8 7 ... is V-ii H 2 • Survivor . ii ;0 K-ot 8 0 8 l\ o: \ 't s o a ii a u THIRD DIVISION. Isi!; 233Mt:ic Ka:.» ... y 'J a :j Am* {{ji Periwinkle . ... li U i'. i:l id ova ... :*li-s l'roui-ui . fc> lo T.ha Loci; Gut) IS ID };□>.? 3ii?s Cvlia 8 7 Fair.ia?.* Yollow Slur ... & V Sir Jarfc 8 V i In Grape Yin* ... 8 7 Kaibiceu ETEWAP.DS' HANDICAP. Fcur i'urioiy.-a. Asjihc'lcl XcUi« Luiis.Ulu 7 9 ES32ND0N HANDICAP. Fiva Jennie Cree ... Gordontiao ... Orchestra Balrcir.i? 3Ionopianc I?oyaJ Baai Good-bye 7 12 Coil 6 7 Rhythmic Galtce Maid ! Alirnewin ... . ASCOT HANDICAP. Oi;o Mile. Tlioas 10 3 Icarus Tuneful Harbour Wake Up . Jack Lester Yladan t. i^reui i iv 9 9 Bon Trisso ... 7 9 > 8 12 Saliadar 7 7 ter ... 8 S Yellow Star ... 7 7

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

EPSOM MEETING. Programme of Evenis. Tlia follov/inj is tb? programme of eTents i to b© decided at Eps:m tliis (Saturday) afternoon: — FOIST DIVISION* HANDICAP. Fire i; -•ones. Anna Carlom a 10 3 Malt Guard .. 7 13 Beggar Maid . 9 5 Marvlebone .. 7 10 Georgette ... . . 9 4 B.il Blair 7 10 "Widgiewa ... . . 9 n Flora 7 9 Culma . 8 12 Stratiform . .. 7 2 Precious ... . . 8 9 Rose Royal .. 7 0 Maple Lear . . 8 9 Kurroaii ... . 6 13 Jemltvh Bertha Maid .. C 11 Thin! Besc... . . 8 T. Arnd'jl 6 10 All Red U Ni-rhtwali:... . 6 8 Earl's Court, , . 8 0 Elbr^ 6 8 ©olden Wire . 0 Sikor Medal . 6 3 BRUSH STEEPLECHASE. About Two Miles and 24 Chains. Bosevale 11 4 Moroha 1( V.M.R 10 10 KttJa G.R.D 10 7 M-Jsion Enchtd. States 10 5 Lucy Barr . ... General Mar ... 10 4 Loch Mere ... . Altar Boy 20 1 Blank Cartridge Bogne's March 10 0 Rifleman SECOND DIVISION HANDICAP, x Furlongs. 9 0 Nar^uma Queen J 8 15 Tintake! i a 12 Zer.alban ' 8 12 Trepid ' " Moi ' Metric Miss Melton Braggart ... Hose Kor ... Bo...

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

I TURF TATTLE. Kpsjm P^ndew i on Wedi r^inv. iru i Friday. V.iyin.is tor did not sport sill: at Randwick, I av.l u i.; said that h ' -ac;u r.iuis^. | Elthain is jema-ui - in AJ'.!n:de for the ; api'toaohi v> Cut) ziiv -•Liogs. At Cut li^ld 11. . irL'Hamv has again h.\nJ tb •. M.ijcsi c mare Polly Lewis brc J2lr. ot; a nice double on liadjio and Sdrer I.ad at Randwick last Tiicro ii is Li on .iuioer.it.-> attendance at Randwicl: atKl the :f <jrt has bet*u cf a ffrsL Tiicro \ '-'s a fuj2 u Uridine* at ilcutoue, and the ivprirlatv wculd make a good protii. liiiur.-. The»i» r ere »Ur.ty of runners at Mentcne, though i\ - the bio?j nart thrj were a very ordinary ct of anisna K Entries clc:;e on 1 jcpJav f'r the various event-, be run at t V Watmascbocl meet iuss en 11 av 5. 6. ati' 7. T. Liatl r. an aoorc ntice in L. Robertson's stable at Mentoce, ode Flora and Fus \:meli»> to victory at Meutone. •T. Willi J3'5 ha^ ii: of th-i disappointine Gutifire. ir.i has le ni th...

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

Your New i Overcoat WEEKLY. Winter is coming with its rains mid storms—sco that you lire protected apuinst them, aimgrly and warmly wrapped in a CASSKLLS* Overcoat. Adopt our easy, lenient system of pny inputs—2/G weekly—you never miss it. You can set a lovely Ovcrcoat for 10/- DEPOSIT, 2/6 WEEKLY. We have nn' immense stock of READY-TO-WEAR OVERCOATS aud Rain Coats, and they arc so beautifully made, so thoroughly finished, 50 warmly lined, and the CASSELLS' method of getting them is so convenient that uo hard-headed business man can afford to miss it. 1271 SWANSTON STREET (ouo door from Lonsdale Street): 442 CHAPEL •STREET, SOUTtT YARRA: NICHOL SON STREET, KOOTSCKAY (next Maple's); GLEN THEATRE BUILD INGS. GLENFERRLF,.

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

.WOttKERS' -COMPENSATION' ACT.® Unrlcr tliis Act it will bo necessity, for EVERY to insure his Kmployees, including: Dora ok tic Servants, agaiust Accidents. THE STANDARD FIRE AND MARINE iNSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND LIMITED will protect you against all liability. Write, call, or telephone for fall information. Victorian Branch : 66 MARKET STREET, MELBOURNE. Telephone 1001. F. C. COLLIS, Manager. MELBOURNE EICHT HOURUMvlRSARY. SSth AIN1NUA1L, DEMONSTRATION BAZAAR and ART UNION, IN AID OF THE CHARITIES. Exhibition Buildings and Ground,. • MONDAY, APRIL 27, 19U DAY AND NIGHT. £1000 PRIZES £1000 FIRST PRIZE OIL PAINTING, valued £50" SECOND PRIZE ~102 THIRD PRIZF, „ AND 97 OTHER PRIZES vnluivl fr0m £20 NOTE.—The Committee arc purchasing- and pnyin« fcr the Picture* Hr.wonntt at wb»ch tbey aro valued as above statrd. In order. luvroTcr, to fully the pub* lie and subscribers of tbo bona fides of the Art Union, p.nd that, in their opinion, tba Pictures are worth their prices, tho Commit...

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

| Ora the Tracks. FLEIVXXNGTON. TUESDAY. j It vras fine und pleasant this morning, but tho proceedings were as dull as ditchwater, ' very lew iitiisv-s being auy.vay extended. ' Naaguuia QucCu ran six furlongs in. 1.29, i bu^ was being1 pulled up over the couoiuding luriong. Dhuldul and Aristac-us kept com pany tor live furlough m 1.13. Luucereiw went a furlong further in cvea time, and Tiutagel went at about the tame speed, while Kosvth and Sainto Devote did not. travel quite &o fa^t. Guu Girl was going j very smartly in the early stages of halt a ! mile m 52isec, -while another good track ' hors-1, Field General, slightly bettered that. : pvirtoruiauiv. Mountain Prince.?* puv ia a • mil© in a shade over an even time- cait, and Fidelio was q1?.o striding along. Bar.vidgee ran tho last two of tour furlongs in 28, and Winnipeg also moved alotig over a abort distance. Our Fred ran a tan mile in 1.51. Kirkbrae, Coiadjil, and Diabolo (T. Woods; ; wt out u» jump hurdles, but Diab...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SHE WILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 25 April 1914

SHE WILLED. {'To be thv lawful S;vid lie."ari<J eyed us both, 4'"Wilt take this man'-" Shr "Will I take hioi. V.,s. tnv oath ss Notwithstanding nil th* yabbor of th«i hamr'ai afiiatetir yr.is- of : those of them vrhu d.» go Home will find ai nearly every i:onv-r thf» :;treot side walk urusts vrhus.* pictu.-vs will leave them hcpelesslr in th'.* ivar. Now said that l-r^ch fuMut. C.-cr;*.. a:;;. the .-iLie :,ny* sj, ui. in ill? case ot' a Carpeiiti-.-r it iii.it, iw "ucf:, b- taken to mv a p!au- -J-:al. : Said a r^orih Svdnor w-hool nipper, when examined .1 t'cw d-ivs ;:^o ; "The body con sists of three principal parts: The head, il;o chcst, ami the baivt-ls: ot which iber< ar.' five—A-E-1-0-U. and sometiinvs W an*. ; '•Carn. vor 'cracked7!'' ssrc.istieallv snort 'he'cthoV"rfght." "sf,'01" !"C<-:nl1 I'm cracked back tho apraiier as be opened his faca * little wider.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 25 April 1914

Established 1S55. Sales total 300.000 yearly, rifteea years' written guarantee. Takes Parts Same us Singer. Duplicate Part* can now be obtained In Every City iu tha World. Ther* yrc tso Scwtv.-.; mrnk lu Ax^truha, though some import cheap | inade inachiu'',j un<k*r patriotic names. in t!u"> liopo to make people believe so. I PRICES:—llr.ml. from £2 17*. 0d.. v.itb cover; Treadle, witli cover, £3 17b. ! ■Cd.: Drophea.K 15s. \Yo arc ♦"••rci:!£ th..' Oown. for ovcry n:ak» of machine 6d. Bozen, Bobbin* Id. ea?li. Simula Wl. tuch. Oil r«d. bott'lo. Orders of 2s. 6d. or fa\er sent post i'rrr to :iny address in Australia. Call or write for catalogue. Jt Wl .4 L O ^ E Y, 21 CENTKEWAY, olf Collins-street, opp. Allan's; 2S2 CHAPEL-STREET, PKAHRAN (ARCADE, opp. Big Store); 23 ARCADE, ADELAIDE.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DIVORCE NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 25 April 1914

DIVORCE XGTE. Thcro's ono thing we can fcr? safely say, The Cutis will mew, the Dog will have ius aay. He'd, on soiiiiJo* his phitcllos in Foglacd at onec* chuccou -oft 10 iho interviewer iiiiont "Australia's attachment to the Mo tiierltiuti is gryw.ls^ stronger yearly." L!k>-- Geurg<_- uims»il:—attaclunent to his j„o, -iid his screw. A letter bespat ched trow England to Costa Kica. in January, li'OS, luts just bvtoi re turned to the- sender. J^ym this it will bo •cjn that it take* a lcv.t>.»r almost as lori£ \j ir-VL'l iruin Liiglami ;o Costa Kica an To Etaiid a shov.* oi* gr'Uiu-^ a por-m V'.rsi; to a uany paper, with the- inquire": "Lau anyone kinaiy giv* mo the rest "of ihis poem?" Then over another iivfjuturo lirv along the bjlauey of the poem. Berlin (in truth a far naughtier nnd ror . • •• city than Paris) has resolved to abolish ;w', :i\armin<r street jounds anri sensational :«• vrs on the hoarding*. In the eve.it of '■ur ^~n municipal bor.scs eam...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LABOR AND LOGROLLING. CARMICHAEL'S CURIOUS "COMMERCIAL" COMBINATION. Bankers and Soap-boilers to Boss The "Conservatorium." WHY AREN'T THE PROFESSIONAL MUSICIANS NEPRESENTED? WHO IS "PULLING THE LEG" OF CARMICHAEL? ANOTHER APPOINTMENT CAUSING COMMENT. "CARMICKY" WILL DO THINGS "IN STYLE" WHILE AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 25 April 1914

labor mo log soliisg. CABMICHASL '3 CURIOUS "COMXv^EECXAL " COM BIHA7I0N. Bankers and Soap-boilers to Boss The "CoDservatorium." WHY AREN'T THE PROFESSIONAL MUSICIANS n&?nESE,\T£D? WHO tS "PULLING THE LEG*' OF CARMICHAEL? ANOTHER APPOINTMENT CAUSING COMMENT. "CARMICKY" WILL DO THINGS "IN STYLE" WHILE AWAY. (From Sydney "Truth," April lf».) Considerable disgust has been excitefl In urtUtlc, us well an In Labor- circles, at the Strang announcement that v.*aa timde by Mr. Ambrose Campbell Car mlchael, the Minister of Publie inntrue lion, on Tuesday night as to the Invita tions that he says he has given to publto bcdle/J to nominate appMntees In coir.cc* lion with tho Conservatortum of Music. He told the gathering at Farmer's, at which he de.ail with this matter, that h<* "had invited the Chamber of Commerce, th«' Chamber of Manufactures, and th« Institute of Bankers to each nominate on* of the Government appointees." What on earth he means by this, it is not at alt e...

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