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WERE HIS COPPERS HOT? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 25 April 1914

WERE HIS COPPERS HOT? Whether sjW: ot the flot?ani and jetsam I that floated iji th,* town, attracted by the ' Ka>trr Carnival, wcro short of a class or 1 ur.ig to c«*<tjvry tlioir favot'iio tipple—beer—to » th»'ir lip? ilcpoiii'tit knoweth not, but wr- j tain ii i- that som^nc lia> purloined the fain from the Town Hall yard. As wexpect that rain will I'oaic-ivmptimo it U hoped, that Ui* delinquent will restore ih<-- yla** ty its plac<\* so tbat residents;' hoaru may iv- gladdened vrhrn that time arrives by knowing thi> number of—shall wo My inchf* that bara fallen.—''Stawell Probably some thiriiy soul desirous of putting "more water in it," thought he | vquld oaie ffsr® 0! getting & pve jnpply%

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

A HOME RULE HOBATIUS. ASQUITIIIUS COCLES: '•Boftariu* Lex is i nut-; by ih<» apathy of the] nat'on ' 1 am simply unavailable-!! Foel I 1 i-oi'M liold any numbr-r of bridges!!!" efforts were unsuccessful. the fish being very lioiid. H k stated that in some of the* holes there are bream, porch, trout, and jcarp. ??oino time ago the Acclimatisation Society K-ft- a consignment for Whitfield in. the creek lor a night, and it is believed tUat some of the voting fish escaped. A resident in the neighborhood says he counted 30 fish, ami the water is quite dear ihov can be seen '•asiiy. Cormorant hare secureif some of the lis}), tm' waich will now bo kept on the bends.—Benalla "Ensign." Probably the fn<h aiv the- lineal ik?c,*>n dant« of sumo thai Xoah niir-od in a dray j

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

WHERE DID THE? COME PROM? Th • presence of a number of fish in the ; Olio M;)f» Creel: at Wanssrntta Las attracted ! much notice rccentlv; and there is much spocu..ition a* to where the fish came from. ! Attetnpi* hare been made to catch some of ihem for identification of the species. The

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

"SWEET" HONEY. Whilst robbing a k ve of wild bees last i week, ilr. H. Snowdcn, o: Iona, and a com. panion discovered a dead cpossura complete ly encased in a large piece of honeycomb. , The animal was in a good stats of preserva. tion and was full-grown. Whether it wa3 aU ready dead when th? bees JojaU-d themselves I ! in the tree or whether it wandered into the | hollow after the bees had cominonced oper- { ations is a matter of conjecture—Benalla "Ensign."' ' ' " | We hive had minced . rru'ee found I in mince and djrers defunct domestic! pots brought 10 light-from milk-c.^ns and i various other places where tboy didn't ought j to bf. and nnv.-—Oh, Lor! Honey and 'pos | sum melange!

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOPICS THAT TICKLE THE TOWNSHIPS. A QUESTION OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 25 April 1914

TOPICS THAT TICKLE THE TOWNSHIPS. A QUESTION OF WATER. A member of the A.N.A., nt tin; mO'tin*.} of the Teraug brunch last Tuesday evening, mentioned that a tender )jo<1 been let tor enlarging and improving tLc Teraug State School, and that although light and ventila. tion had been provided for, there had been no mention of a pure water supply for the children, ns far as he could ascertain. Bur ing last summer it was a common practice for the chiidreu to take bottles of water to . school, and those who did not do so were : continually visiting residents near the school to secure water for drinking purpose?. It was decided that the secretary should write to tbp School Committer asking them to look into the matter.—"Terang Express.** Tbi* i« not the onlv inntawe of water famine in Statp lAivoh by a Ions -•hall:. What would that member i.l the A.N.A. say were hf to drop out in ib*> Never N'-"-r country, whirf ihrc-f' Youn'-=lT<oi\t o! five lmv--to u!:e their ow...

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

STANDARD HAND MADE 100,000,000 SMOKED ANNUALLY, CIGARETTES. When Face to Face With Such A Chance As This. jf y DON'T MISS IT. Tbo first shipment of my new sea son's soods has arrived, and for quality and designs they arc a wonderful lot. Never before have I« been able to.-show such a largG range 6f these particular good?. They : comprise tho newest shades in plaiii and striped- Browns-and Gre^s. a\s-o a Mi; range of various shades and designs ia ALL WOOLLEN worsteds. My price is still tho same, although tho goods arc' -worth double the price. SAC 0~/ TO SUIT Ot>/- MEASURE. SEEING IS BELIEVING. Call in or Write lor S.M. Form. Tape, and Patterns at once. ALL ONE PRICE. w. H. BRUCE, The People's Tailor, 15D BOOxlKE STREET, iiEUBO UUNU. 3 GEETD CT> O 5233 C13 <Z1 THE "SAVOY, Nos. 30-4-30G LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Neirt Royal Arcade). MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE. 95 COMPLETELY li EMOl .F.I.LED. I.l'X L" KIOU3LY FURNISHED. CUISINE UNPARALLELED : JIAGNIF1CKNT MVINi; HAt.f.. 12 ...

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

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CATTS AND CONJUGALITY. SUES FOR HIS RIGHTS. WEE WIFE'S DIARY OF WOES. SHE SEEKS JUDICIAL SEPARATION. His Honor's Decision Reserved. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 25 April 1914

WEE WIFE'S DIARY OF WOES. SHE SEEKS JUDICIAL SEPARATION, His Honor's Decision Reserved. (FROM OUR SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT,) The hearing wa» continued, btfo" Judgn Gordon, at the Divorce Court on m' tic «uit which Jomes Howard Calls, member for the Cook electorate m tint Ilou-e of KepteseutaUves. brought ^amst, his wiiY. Eva Alio.- Calls. T&rm-rly \\obc,. for restitution «.i conjugal n'.-ht?. Mr* Catts "had'relied with* a rro«.«>uil. aifeaj. for judicial separat iutt on the qro.'nd o. crueHv Mi- Wind..ycr and -Mr- McH. an uc.ed bv M«««. Vis-" allJ a,P,ar..a teV**. and Mr. Helen 'instructed by Mr. „,,p,an,l for the wife. Seatinj "ccommo- . action was at a premium a^aiti, and man. JgulM haunters of <hz court vere squeezed out in the iush. j Mr. Windeyor. roniinmng ' I examination of Mr- Cotf*, tbat .bo, complained to Dr. Pwitli of her husbands, tftcc6s>v«j»es<«. F«T<* ''"J'' before , THE SClttAMlSO INCIDENT ( in 1911 sbe clid not discbnrjrc d...

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

THE DANDIES. The supreme spirit of the thr- age »s the Dandy Spirit—old sa^s and new scribblers to the contrary. Dandyism pervades every gamut oi humm activity—and that's say ing something. "Do" the Block any day, al most any hour, and witness it radiating to luptvous'y from a hundred human carcases maio and female, Gussic, and Gvrties. Think of it, pcmder ever it, sauutte >'our mental fabric with the fact ibat tat- consummation ■>i agts and ages o; accumulated knowledge bought 01 blood and martyrdoms mean^ no more to many tbau dre$i—-the folding pr-r pU.iities of voluminous garments, or \be scantiness of same, thy jjrao; and <v!or of clinging aesthetic draperies, the tdt of a . modish coillure, the height of petulant heels, and thy thousand and on.j sodu-tiuns of diaphanous laces that f:oin t-mc* immemorial have possessed the jjay cities of all civilisa tion in one kaJeido^upiv sweep. This gor geous pjgeant of dress bus spread like a contagion through the hearts am...

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

MISSING FRIENDS. dunn, DIYORCE. COMMERCIAL. SECRET INQUIRY. Persons Traced, Kept Under Surveillance. Fee, from £1 A/- Consultations Free. 79 SWANSTON STREET. Established 1834. UNIVERSAL DETECTIVE AGEfSCY. 8ECKET, DIVORCE INQUIRIES, SUR VEILLANCE. B. MUINTER, i 157 LITTLE COLLINS STREET. I LETTER, BlIX 4ul, G.P.O., MELBOURNE. R.G.F. Interpreter. EX-DETECTIVE INSPECTOR KYD, SCOTLAND YARD, LONDON. Confidential and Personal Inquiries of any description undertaken. ARLINGTON CHAMBERS, 229 COLLINS STREET. Tel. Cent. 4454. FEDERAL" DETECTIVE ACEHCY, AUSTRALIAN BUILDINGS, ' 49 ELIZABETH ST.. Undertake Confidential Personal Enquiries by Expert Staff. All matters relative Divorce, Missing friends, etc. J. A. CANTLIN, Manager. 'Pho&« 7&&S CuttuL FACIAL EXEBCMES RESTOBE YOUTHi'TJIi EXPRESSION AND BEAUTY. ELZA VliN'EL, . Boom" 5,'Norwich, Chambers, [ E6 HUNTEJt-STBEET, SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
JANE TAIT'S TROUBLES. THE ROSENEATH STREET RUCTIONS. Copper in the Washhouse and Neighbor on a Ladder Swear They Saw Mrs. Tait Heave Half a Brick. She Had Sworn She Didn't; And Is Sent for Trial for Perjury. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 25 April 1914

JANE TAIT'S TROUBLES. THE ROSENBATH STREET RUCTIONS. Copper in tlie Washhouso and Neighbor on a Laddor Swear They Saw Mrs. Tait Hcavo Half a Brick. She Had Sworn She Didn't; And Is Sent for Trial for Perjury. Mr. G. Read Murphy, P.M., was occupied for close on eight Lours at the CoUingwood Court on Wednesday in hoarin-j a charge of wijfu) and corrupt perjury preferred asainst Jane R-chmond Tait, formerly of Rosoneath street, Clifton Hill, but now of St. George'? road. Northcote. Sub-Inspector Jonei prosecuted. while the defence was in tbo bands of Mr. A. M. Lonie. It was pointed out by Sub-Inspector -Ton.-* that when .Mrs. Tait appeared before Mr. V. Tanner. P.M., on F'-bruary 18. charged with having thrown a missile to the danger of a person, she traw evidence on oath on )f-r own b' half, and in con«eq«pnf,» of b^r swear ing that ghe bad never thrown huit'-a-brick. or a stun", on the ronf? of certain hou»es adjoining bfr then plac<- of abode, these pro. codings had boon ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CAUGHT AT LAST. ESCAPEES FROM LAUNCESTON GAOL Slip Away from Hobart on S.S. Medic, But Are Copped at Albany. A Story of Bravado. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 25 April 1914

CAUGHT AT LAST. j ESCAPEES FROM LAUNCESTON • GAOL 1 j Slip Away from Hobart on S.S. Medic, I But Are Coppod at Albany. A Story of Bravado. (From Our Tafmaniaa Correspondent.) In list •wcfafc's "TruUi" lucntiuu was mailt f the tV-t that two young iu«ru, labelled "ViciorjAiis,' and described by tbo pouce desperate, full of uitt-rpraSc, tnif-direct-ed pp.'U-.iliCL?. in var:0'js localities hail be*u j circulation. iIk.v had b<^-n at hbe'ty. The men wer<; Norman Moroney and Ger ald l>o\vn;e. Th<- iormcr bad bc-n arrested in iiobari. after an 'rcmus chase just when about, to board a New Zed ana steamer, {mil ?cnt to Lruuic-.nou wherfj he was. connection with .1 bursary charp". lu p:iol tin re, a'.vait.ijis trial. be cbunmn-d ut> with Uowiii*-, who bud aUo a burglary char*.-- ujjainit him. They put their heads toother, and early out; morning xvbei) tiie that was vup'pos6.1 to have an ev«> ou i was othcrw:?o onpapwl, they Kbpped out, though. as tie ...

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

MUMMERANDOM.- ! Fred Xiblo and his merrr company arc due to produce ''Never Sac Die" at the Theatre Royal on the conclusion ot* Ihe '•Jfatlnmc X" season, j With its complete changes of vwy Ion-* j programme* evl-ry Wednesday and .Satur day, the Gaiety has always somethin" choicr on tho board, with the result that thlri latest, recruit to the ranks of-the continuous "mories" is forging ahead on tbo path of prosperity. * . * * .41 Owiiip to the ojiprnio^s success achieved • by tho Murie] Starr Company in "ilatlamo ) 14 'Course—I'm a Lady." fAda I?..-oTo at tbo Tjv."| X" at the Theatre Royal, the season ha* ■ been extended in order to meet the demand* of thoso who would oth<irwise be debarred from witnessing tbf* phenomenal dramatic Iriurqph, as it- is styled and as it is. Jack Johnson's golden grin will loom large at- Hovt's on Monday, whf-n tbrre will be screened for the first time* in Australia a pictorial representation of the "Adventures in Paris" of tho boss pug nf the...

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

Maintains Its SUPERIORITY ! And Increases in POPULARITY. | " i

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

~ chaTle^ge. " S MURPHY CHALLENGES THE WORLD I > TO CURE INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL BLEEDING PILES. | ^eriuantlit Cure. Established 1891. ! MURPHY'S PILE plLLS, j Non-apcriont. j Havo Cured Thousands ol Case». torie > a/id* sullpriug OT<?r 40 vears. 1 ifaOe and Sold bv A.NDKEW iiUKPHYV j Wo? Woy. N.a.W., Sole Proorietor.• Pr!<r. 3* per Ljx, or a eouise of 9 boxei £1. All Postage Free. On Sate at ail CbemitU. Dnigg'fti, aod Stor«ke*ptr« throughout tht Stattt. 1

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY APRIL, 25, 1914. DAMNED DIOSCURI THE CASTOR AND POLLUX OF CORRUPT PARTY POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 25 April 1914

' ' . sATtr-DAT,. APRiiJ'2S,':iSi'vt , iSniiiFpoi^ORr THE CASTOR AM) POLLUX OP CORRUPT PARTY POLITICS. The contest between the Labor Cab inet mkI tho Labor Caucus in New South Wales 1ms some of the charac teristics of Gilbertian comedy; • and wore its ultimate outcome likely to bo calamitous to the Htate, the public; znight be content .to regard it^—for a time, tit least—a? {\ piece of political romiv opera. Hut the consequences of smh a scandalous struggle are likely to be so setious and enduring that it is the duty .of the People to try and understand the origin and object of this confounding, yet contemptible, conflict between .two contending fae /'.ions within the great and popular • Labor Hatty. ]'«^r:tho steadfast, loyal, and true sup porter- of Labor to cleurlv see and Jirmlv grasp the real reasons of this mricidul strife now proceeding under the falsest of false' pretences will be to terminate it, and to crush a corrupt conspiracy, out • of • which it has ..sprung. Patriotis...

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

"BROOK"ORDER . For Tour- g SEASON'S REQUIREMENTS, "THE PREMIER OFFICE" And . PIONEER OF CAS^I ORDERS In Victona. * ; Established 1903. A hirgenumber of First-Class Sliops Accept Theso Orders, and This is THE OXLY CASH ORDER OFFICE Trading With 's. Special Terms*. FOR 7TTRNITTOE. "I 210 LITTLE COtLlNS STREET. Elastic ■ Stockings^ For VARICOSE .VEINS KNEECAP & ANKLE • SUPPORTS. T. ROPER, 256 SWANSTON ST. (Nunnn's 7 doors from How "Lincohi=Stuart" Tailored for 55s.! Every Garment iust' as vou'd w:s!i it to he. in T'b and I'uish—Guaranteed in fact under penalty of;> full refund. Your choice from a realty ~ Magnificent Suiting Range, featuring ihp new Brown, CrrT Or*en anil j "Wedjrwcrj.J Jiiu' " (Oroy-ntiio'i rroxvU m| flirt Fashionable IZ-jonai Stripo> Check nud * Mixed Kfl?et—stuiT* that vou would not V>c surprise,! to see priced nt t^ice our figure, This is our pffer at 55s. CALL OK WRITE FOR PATTERNS. LINCOLN, STUART, & CO. FLINDERS STREET. "Where Satisfacia...

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

*V7iacan undaunted Lraiv the Cru,\.'-> I'^de JiApTforj in Uiepullio' **** Ar»d ilolhvr Uruady's r+iv Hug)?-— Embracer?. A-door-ration—Charity's. A rart- old flame—Lucifer. The barmaid jg a bung-gei. A YVre Bool*—The present. *' f -at* AJj women prater Hymen. Ooaldust— Football wagers. A pair o* tights—Tvro drunks. Death Las a very taking war. A boarsa-collar—Cat filing a cold. A dead heat—Struck by lightning. The lyin-o-type—The Piute Press's. The juggler vein—At Wirths' Circus. Laying low—The carofuj betting man. A suit of cheek—That agin the forger. The barber mounts fame on his lather. The Upper Trn are mosdy up at eleven. The dwarf is "initc"-icr than the giant. The cry ofjbe goid-ecik^r—AJI's mine! A-roplaiiin- U on!v jiV.ich sky-larking A «.9pp«r xniw—Rt:s-->JUtreet Barrack*. A band of good hopt—A wedding rinr. The scenter of ciVih^ation—The perfumer. ■E-raraticn laborers are always turning ap. The ?upp-r fc?cr is. afwr all, onk a sup o' beer Which billiard rca-n U most ...

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

IF THEY ONLY WOULD. A frightful lot of blathersomo blither h talked wheuever one s':do in politics clair-s to have done something to improve the lot ot the worker. The gentleman with thi corns ou his hands is the party whose vote is always bving an?led for, and when some progressive legislation is put on the statute book the crowd responsible for the t' -^atrical accomplishment never fails to bark round the political dungheap in an ostentatious attempt to attract admiration and credit. The hit* mention of industrial law? is enough to brins every kerosene-{*a«.e orator the land on to their stump.?—one sude to attribute all the blessing to Liberal Jecri-; hition, and the other to claim all th,-> bene fic-rnt act* for Labnr. We ut» toM that if it Ladn't been tor the Liberals we wouldn't I have had wages boards: and a rejoinder w ; •»hat is that ir it hadn't been for Labor there would have been no Asbitratlon Court. Whatever may be said about the way thr* leading actors on both sides...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WIFE TREATED WORSE THAN SLAVE. MADE TO MILK COWS AND DRIVE HORSES ON EVE OF CONFINEMENT. Husband Charged With Cruelty. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 25 April 1914

WIFE TREATED WORSE i THAN SLAVE. . I HADE TO MILK COWS AND DRIVE HOBSE9 ON EVE OF CON TINEMENT. Husband Charged With Cruelty. (From 'TruUiV' N.Z. Correspondents Some very sorry stories como to light I J at times iu connection with niainten-I | nnco ruses, but if the statement* made ! | in a cane heard recently at the Pneroa : i-Magistrate's Court aro only partly1 j true, then for callousness and brutality , on the part of husband to wife, a chap , i named Edward Whyte is entitled to tho 1 palm. "Truth" has no time for a1 i wife-boater, and places him in tho very , lowest category of—well, a' wife-bcater , I is not a man, but a callous, crawling, | CREEPING, CONTEMPTIBLE ! . COWARD, who in every ihstnnce is a two-faced j snivelling sneak, who ia most affable to Lis friends—if ho has anv—in the street, but is u totally different article ! to his wife and family at home. These men are the worst form of criminal, and are usually treacherous and cun ning, because they know that should th...

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