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EARLY MELBOURNE. Concerning Burke and Wills. The Continent Crossed, Death of the Leader. No. 220. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
i EARLY MELBOURNE. Concerning Burke and Wills. The Continent Crossed, Death of the Leader. (By "Old Chum.") No. 220. (All Rights lleserred.) 1 channel with tidal ; nience the return journey without actually ' vi«• wi11&lt;j the open sea of the Gulf of Carpen taria. Then there i* a blank in (ho diary of Wills, and when next ho makes nil entry th- lour successful explorers are on the roiul ' back io i.Cre&lt;.k. Tiny had nccom pished i:. : task, "lut with little profit, i for they i.ei not actually know their p&lt;i*i ' lion on tlu i;uli, bein.c strangely out of their I reckoning, mistaking the river they were on for the Albert, over 100 miles t.i the west 1 ward." On thy return journey. *hort rations j and banish.pi beijan to Veil, and during the j 1 strujrijlo back to th-» depot there sccim to | I have been an absence of that kindly spirit of j vlf-wrrilio which i« io ciislmguislnr.i: a j I feature in neurly ovcrv other expedition i I whos? lines have fullen ...
WHY ENDURE PAIN? The VEEDEE Will help you as it has helped others. Floods of Testimony. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
Will lielp you tis it lias helped otliers. Hoods of Testimony. Are you a s\^tr?r? U s». do you reallso irhat it HJcai.s vj ycu tv bate in your homo i little maslutse nhvaya ready to aerre you, from ereat sufferings. The "LifcOe — Doctor," as tbs Yeedee is otter. called, has brought relief to th^iajid*, and cou do Ibe *ania for von. K\:r ssnee the Yeedee 6peciu!ir.'s c.-ra b-.-:j i» Melbourne, tbe JYoedc© Inautw* has •"aiW ihror.soJ fcv a steady s.rcam 01 wbo arc tat' sur i.»ivi:i:a^c- o: t..v >:&lt;.&lt;-• ^r,!^ Many »i ;bo e ua*e bccu '"ome'fj tl.« VwUce !u wii-.tut. ui:v S.rc*-'- bepo tb&t Uic> biti vrviing i« try •after an; when tacy aw! that the Touch of C»K(iw Vibration Ji ipii.iciI by tiio litLlo Vci'dcs d-.v.\s av;ay taeir troublta. ,ht-m ft..i mom :hn tnr.ll ;ra!l'J. 1« '» 10 •oiuo of the inters w'oiri Jm- t&lt;Kci*od. for ar_ •»« feouia* teaUajontai; | Vho h»T» ban miief :tom toe ccau.n. j JTecdeo:— Synovitis Cured. I SjttCfiM Mir.pbirl...
DISMISSED! [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
DISMISSED! : Mr. Denham. in a fine-.! interview, In ' formed a pressman that th'*r\* wen* no [Trust's or Combine:* in Queensland. 1 Th'> cry oT "Trust'; and Combines" had ] been useful at the elections, he said, ami had server! its: purpose. It is pos sible it will U- a ri:-ot'u! Crv at subs?* ( quent ♦.•lection--:. ;"i>r the fool people have ?ot a tl.Tht '.rip i.i" the Idea thut there K a: any lav-, a ^ood imitation ; or the American Mku Trust in this State, at the time of going to pres» , with thi--? edition. When the Tory press wishes to refer to forceful remarks it speaks of "for cible" language. This murderous as sault on the language is repeated day after day. * * + ! The Wades and Cooks are remark ably silent over the election results, : The silence at Dean Maitland la • 1 circumstance; In comparison.
MISCEGENATION! THE GREAT PROBLEM THAT FACES THE S'AFRIC[?]N UNION. ASSAULTS ON WOMEN: Concerning Which a Royal Commission Inquires. An Instructive Review. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
THE CHEAT PROBLEM THAT IrACES THE S'AFRIC/N UNiOH.' • assaults! JN women: • Concerning Whjch a Royal Commission Inquires. An Instructive Review. Wldt6 man rony bare brought certr.in i fcaUriaJ fcnofiU "to "'the South Atrican ua- 1 tife, but it ii' tyrtiij] that under whito control the natlyo-Jf becoming demoralised, bot respecting 4Vo chastity ol his own woincu and not hesitating to despoil those of the European. Tlio white man found the nativ.» well coniiol.cd by uatito chiefs ' Euil native public opinion, but at present the native does not le.-pcct bis chief, baa [ tfttlo regard for public opinion, and in most ! ftrrogaui mauuer ahovs Ui» disregard for ( the white mat) by brutally assiult'ny white [ ftotuen. } Knpe has become ro common in South Africa that as a result of numerous p**ti- I tions and much pubhc outcry ihc Govern- j fucnt appointed a C.minissicn to jnciuitc \ Into its cause and to a possible j fctnedy. TUTS COMMISSION COMPOSED ! cf eight cietubevs, iivn men and three...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
NOT WORTH'WHILL It i* ccrUinly not worth ttImIa (>r r»j;yona to endure suffirmg which c;n i-i avo;dc&lt;I. Pain U really a drain on vitality. It is impossible for anyone who 5ufTt.n1 from pain to* bo as efficient as u pain wiro absent. A lar^o uuuibcr or people, ,h(\vcVGr. go through life afflictcl with nilwenrs which do not incapacitate tla-m from pcri&lt;vmi»g their duties, but v.'bich dcoidedl? prpu-iit f.heui • from doai^r tbuir best. Itheinnftism, binaUKo, ncnir^i'.i, \ J^od " "cr*, anaemia," hrli^rsUon, b:riiiUCss, sid. he.idriohe, jroucral debility, tjravd, stout! 'ti.ii ' bladder troubles are co:.-j;»!u -Is which i'ftlm many of ut, uu'l which ue generally by retention of uric aw' biliary poison* in the system ovrin^ o dtf»jcti\& aciici! &lt;: ' ths V*nlnvys utul .m\ vh:di wouH -i:.,. appear if ilic kidnc.v? :»:»&lt;! iiv v projj.'Tly pi r. / f.'jrui.U tb'-ir l'otutionj. V.'aiuir's Safe C.n,\ f is u kiJtiey ami 'Iitc;-•**,&lt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
OR. LECER, EffSOfj AffQ THE MATERNITY I BOKgs PROSEGUTIONS. (OPINIONS ,0? SUPREME COURT JUDGES. vnJ.'j- Hood '''» " Jo"' a to tltn jury v.no acquittal Dr. Erjotl, ««iclER. ,.°-d po«H»n from that of ll.o two women. He look f-.l.rLL'i si"'.111,1, '' "'oro ™5 &lt;""■ 110 dil1 no' tcsistcr (ho births or sign aid Tilly 1913 * U° ' **° ^ snm" E'0I*y "fibt-throuffb.—Kvoninff IJ«r* T»f *'usj'®e Cl!*snn' u] V '"timnry of Hi" verdict of (h« soennd jury (who found iln*4 plV / of iutrnt}, p.iii):—Tho jury hid foimd nrnnpfi r» j40015*0 | t-vVfltT!c *,r uoplcrfrd to r"f> the forms In hail fiipJicd wcra S rat Ul- /IA,) THE FORMS IIOXESfTLY, lmt that ihoy were (l.slionrsLIy filled nj»,—Arfjus, I^/i2;i913. OA ,u Xi DUDLEY V.TREct, WEFT llEMSOUKNE. SATURDAY: K,;.3HT. JANUARY 3. GREAT ISTEliJ-TAT-• TEATHKRWETOIIT CONTEST. . ' itoarBie SimV^V?*3 ;&lt;/. Togo .Ly^rss (Victoria) ' ' \ (Queensland). VRICKS;. 10s. ' i.hsi?}', ?s.. 3s., 2
HALF A ROUND. McGoorty Beats Dave Smith. That Left Hook Again. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
HALF A liOUliD. McGuortv I?ea(s Dave Smith. Tliat Left Hook Again. SYDXI-Y, Tlit:rs*.lay. j 'i'hr tcii* Hay Stadium was packed \ to-ni^h; to seu the return match butwct-a I Dave b-iijiib. the Au^ialian champion hravj I and Ji^'ht-licavy wvi^ht, and Eddie ilcOourty, ! the Am&lt;-r;cau m.auiewebht, ;vbo was making J his first appearance in Australia. When ihey ' met in America some time a^o, ?»!ctiocri> ; l.noekcd .Smith out m about a miutKc and a half. And be repeated the performance to night. On bciu£ civeii the sienal lo cem inence, McG-oorty wont straight lo his tnuii and lei loose that left hook tbat did the dunn^e at their last meeting. D.iv>» jot it on the ja\»\ and doun he vml twire. He jjol up cuirkJy, «n&lt;f -Vr.^ioojty draw h'ty ; round the r:t)^ ami n/aiiis! the ropes, dnzod. ( Hmith wns at the other's mercy, and the ; American humanely made a silent eppeal | to the referee; Inu that having no cffr-ct, lie ' sent Hmith down for ninc» with the w U'ii ...
Round The Ring. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
X' NEWS A.N'I) NOTES. Frank O'Griulv has jjonc to Sydney b- is 10 meet SyJ Dcuriii^ at the N -Young" Sayhr, who is to meet Hush:* ^ohusan, is said to b'j cue o; tho*;? wonder erratically clever boxeis, like Hurry The bantam championship of Australia is ' &lt;1 be deeded »t hvuiay &lt; ^dcer HiJiu uiid Holder : * Young*' Loushrcr, one of tho ucxt can continjcnt to iksccml oil these s J. :T Smith's bunch—w.il have h.s first Sy,i.;.:r hs si-coi.d rani'. ••• 1 the M.A.P. aud "Kid" iwles aud C.eorzc i'carsan, •ml Dick Paget, and Hilly Xutt. W tho referee's deri n over Pal Broun Ytho latter'* skill 1 ^eariug, tvh cU •l tho next ; ^ ■will ha?o hoodoo. other boulder y n ght be 12tb Jetisiou Ljoia.. W* llughio Mtbegju. As Baylor knockcl Freddie Welsh, of r.h the &lt; ;U should give a line r> ts or climbing ri^ht. uy jjena at l'riir.au to an obru;>i termination in" th« fourth r» uud. Cox oiinch.Nl, aud Dcpei.a swuir," him linns', off lrii fee*. Then, ns (.'ox cum...
A RAFFISH RORTY ROUND-UP. LUSCIOUS LAYS AND LILTS For Loons, Louts, and "Lydies." Sweeping, Swaying Struggles—Creeping, Curious, Cadenzas. A Happy Hop at a Thrum a Time—What Happened to a Councillor —And a Host of Other Things. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
A RAFFISH RORTY ROUND-UP. LUSCIOUS LAYS AND LILTS For Loons, Louts, and "Lydies." Sweeping, Swaying Struggles—Creeping, Curious, Cadenzas. A Happy Hop at a Thrum a Time—AVhat Happened to a Councillor —And a Host of Other Things. (BY -JUAN DE LOTHARIO.") Stroll Uiis way gents, net' dnrnec •]] 50011 darne^ '" ' ' " 'a"U °U' 1 rLIPa The c!or|ii,-tit sprt.ikor of the "Pally Dei Golilnrni' — the new Amurricau d ticin" sa loon at Sk;l,lu>n-oii-S-?i—,he trout at hi. sHto..;.,- lV;U-d shL-t, enw! himself rosj.ntiriiBy, am) in ,h0 con stro.lc up an.! down tin- main ciur-ancc Jil e 1 £-';:vr!1 ol,5r 'aide or u respecfab'e I politician ofd'n:?;- n V M.C.A. A p.r.ng u.iriil stnic.: up, nod (ho strains of a J.M.r.lawo.^b.so-drctimr watu waflod 01 er the tlhmy deal partition which bore tl>» .»n»n„I.r .ttracttr- sign. "To-nichi, d^tnee " 1S'' °r SJ- CMh C0"I,I° " V" crowd, of bolh sexes. looied sl.eepi.'. and st-'f-conieious: its,feet uu- . "V-j . 1110n"io" >"/* accompanied 'by s. s-delon...
HOLBERG HAPPY. BOOSTED BRONSON BADLY BIFFED. Semi=Final for World's Welterweight Crown AMERICAN "CHAMPION" NOT IN PROPER CONDITION. Sturdy Dane Wallops Him at Will. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
hqlbero -Ihappy. BOO ST I: D BRON.SON BADLY BIFFED. Semi=FinaI for World's Welterweight Crown AMERICAN "CHAMPION" NOT IN PROPER CONDITION. Sturdy Dane Wallops Him at Will. If his ptrforuiunce at the Dudley-street Stadium lust- n.^lit to bo tuUn ua an ujcx of the true form ot Hay I hejuMed us the ckatupum wi-Uctvwi^Ui ! boxer m' A .»• u tue ytljcr AukmiMU ; 'j a crowd oi "'has, ' ami "never *viJJ Lc'ff," r.~,i ih.it Wiwd'.uiur Jloi ! berg, the bi-ur.iy j.ttic Llano, b.lled uud : banned a.must yi will from tl»e bf^mnmg ; to the tud v\ ZJ joumU, and vom^ipiuiiiy ivcvivcj the r*..croc's UnouiiH.on imme diate,y iifu-r the l.isi b.di. The tiij:t;kcvj>--r hud lu viae u bed, tlm clcclric guiijj huvtng yycc bujii*. T'kjo wcro about (j.UwU peop.o itrouit, aud Uotbcr^, vUo vsaa tb^ v.m to via* Jointly ciutud. 'iiivvo were vviui'jitiy many why symp.»«biiod wuh bun ui lib uj.si'uiiuno oi a . tor&lt;i~ght b&lt;nu;e, i which had btcn regrettable in that ii w.'.s vAiy due to U.s ...
ST. KILDA FORESHORE TRUST. Luna Park and Other Loony Lures. (To the Editor of "Truth.") [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
ST. KILDA FORESHORE TRUST. Luna I'ark ;.ml Other Loony Lures. 1T0 thf E'litor of 5>ir,—The St. Kilda Councit and its »-had ' owy oCiliOwt, the so-cal;cd I-yrtbLorc Trust, i have Jooiucd largely in the '-uiy, and it is abvUt tunc thr* -• - brick at thau. They are a burning dcs.ro for bood.e. The Furcsh.;rc Trust has u yreUv shrewd knowledge ct the uucoatrollabfc d.spcs;tion of a liol,day crowd to a.iow iisc;f to bi> generally bilked all round, and bus recently to catch all i^e shekels it can. The Trust's origin,1 nusc on in nil good faith—was the renovation, and res:o:at.ou o: a ras'.-reced inj foreswore extending between the "-i^ht oa and Port Melbourne bound-rics. Owing to the freshet caused by the d.versou of the Yarru into Code's dual Uie eroiicn of the shore threatened not only to make a clean sweep of the beac' and Marine parades, but lo gerous'y near those street hence the format'on o: the Trust. Vor a time this body did rood woik in the erection of concrete sea walls, a...
CAPTAIN'S CRUEL CRIME. Deceives His Wife. THEN TREACHEROUSLY MURDERS HER. HEARTBROKEN WOMAN'S FINAL WISH. "GOD FORGIVE YOU FOR YOUR CRUELTY." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
CAPTAIN'S CRUEL CRIME. Deceives His Wife. THEN TREACHEROUSLY MURDERS HER. HEARTBROKEN WOMAN'S FINAL WISH. " GOB FORGIVE YOU FOR YOUR CRUELTY." One «»f (he most sensational trials In N»*\v Zealand V.>4&lt; plu&lt;-»; In th«: Supreme ' ('o-.iri at Dunrdln In Mnr.h. 1 when . ('a plain William .Jurvy. formerly nuts I I.-:- of tin- stif.mni' TUania, was charged •b«'fnr.» Mr. .!iistio- Chapman ami a Jury of twilvI? wltii the murder of his wife on ; September -Cth In the'provlous your. Th»j rase for the Crown wah conducted ; by th.i Crown Prosecutor, assisted by ; James I'r«»ml*rgnHt (afterwards Chief i Justice) and u third uttorney (the two branches &lt;»r the leyai profession wore amalgamated, but the attornler. prac tising in the court woro wigs and gowns): while a fourth, James Smith, defended tho prisoner. The talc told by the witnesses was to this effect:—On tho 'evening of Septem ber 2Gth the Jarvey family, consisting of the father and. mother, the eldest ...
JIMMY JUGGED. TRICKY THIEF'S TRICKY THEFT. Sneakthief Strikes a Sixer. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
JIMMY JUGGED. THICKY THIEF'S TRICKY THEFT. Sneakthief Strikes a. Sixer. Jimmy (>>lfl»-l&lt;l, who ha* b-on in Syd ney only a fuw .short months', Is'a tricky thief, hut h»? was not quit* ttidty enough the oth« r day. As a result h&lt;» wMJ yp^nd Christmas In a ch'»rk.«s &lt; rluiinal's c»:ll, In one* of ill* Majesty'* mansions, and his Christmas dinner will consist of hominy and mjoh other deJkack.s as arc provided in prison. It all c«ime about this way. On F.-ldny week laat Jimmy copied a well-dressed young man, David Fulton by name, lolling lazily on a sent nt on«» of ih« plcturesauo reserves at the Quay, and wqh attracted by A BEAUTIFUL PEARL PIN In his tlo. A second's thought sufficed ' to show Jimmy a way of snaring that ' pin. Sidling up to David, he thrust out. • his hand and chortled affably, "Shako hands, old chap!" Naturally Fulton re lented Jlmmy'f familiarity, and told him • straight that ho didn't shake hands with : everybody. Unabashed by F...
THE SECTARIAN SERPENT. New Game at the Women's Hospital. Nurses to Hold a Bible Class. As Though They Hadn't Enough Work Already. Secret Lurks of the Managing Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
! THE SECTARIAN SERPENT. j New Game at th: Women's Hospital. Kurscs to Hul.I a Bible Class. As Though They Hadn't Enough Work Already. Secret Lurks of the Managing Commitloo. There is a clan of cantankerous, crying coots iafe^un. e the con umunity who are never happy unless th?y ca. n boar the banner of sectarianism dapping v.*ildly in tho breeze over their he: ids. and who hear in its Cutter a call to rar u rili^ioi a down tue throat of ertryone not carefully gathered into the fold aud branded with the : pour grap-s of wow 6£ri3m. It U not so long s'uco this mob £0*. badly biffed in tijtir attempt to introduce ; :h-.* sectarian serpent among: the rifiinj: .juicrai'.ou, und«>r the £uise of the Bihlo ia ; Siato school* agitation. TilKIH. LATEST LURK 1 is the inauguration of a Bible cU«s at the : Women's Hospital. A motion to ^ive the ■ ; nurses permission to bold such a class camo • ■ ^eforo the committee* of the institution ro- I ccntly, and was strougly opposed by tho ' common-s...
CLEESON'S GLADNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
CLEESOSTS GLADNESS. branch of th" police, st FS, With u Bmirk of sr.t^faetion. th*Te has ^ s®n sir.s^ularly little crime repor H to him d urinj: the Christea* and >Vtr Y car holid'j.vf. ; hut he is not so optimistic a •» jo ccncJud e tliat th-: criminal clars have d ecided to tur i over a "new leaf." There may ir an opideti :c of crime, Li; says. And on top of that the !ailway Department report? thai th?rc .ir-» s "cral pv"r::iiibu!'itor5 standing in he Lest Pro perty ofL.v at Spun cer-street. What had b come of their owu err. A pe ambulator i » cot an article of furniture man or woman would le likclv to : forget. There is no perambtihitor in private ■ lire that bad not an occupant. What ha? ' btKom*4 of the occupants of these derelict J perambulators? Also, what has become of | their forgetful owners? Until the superin- I t^ndent and his subordinates hare looked into tbis very peculiar fonjotfuln^ss of per ambulator*. it's early days to UUk about the holidays* freedom from crime...
PONY PUNTING WIFE OF A PRESBYTERIAN PARSON. Alleged Roguery at Richmond Racecourse. She Accuses Her Turf Commission Agent of "Scaling." Some Sidelights on a South Richmond Mission. How the Shepherd's Sporting Missus Swelled the Collections. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
PON'/ PUNTING WIFE OF A PRESBYTERIAN PARSON. Alleged Roguery at Richmond Racecourse. She Accuses Her Turf Commission Agent of "Scaling." Some Sidelights on a South Richmond Mission. How the Shepherd's Sporting Missus Swelled the Collections. Much haa be«tl cpokcn nnd written from time to time on the itibjcct ot the un:ou of the church and t-hc sUjc. But a "5t ■shich cnso«c&lt;l tho attention of Mesore. SVead, Burs;CM, u*l Kelly, m tbo I Richmond Court on Wednesday opened up a i hitherto nndiscovoied ni»tte^-th« UKOn o( i the church and to raeecotirat. A jounc 1 married man named I-«lio William, m* chanted vitb tlio larceny, « an «cnt, of ; £1 bdonsinj! to Mrs. ilary llcl.aren, the wife of a Prcebyterian clergyman, who, ! though unattached to any denom:nr.tSonsl 1 charge, it y.-it in fnll orticra and conducts a "mission" in South Richmond. The cir eumstancca in which Wil'iami ws» alleged I to hare been fuilty of larceny wcro of an | extraordinary rhar&ct-cr. I Inspect...
WOMEN AND WINE. Sunday Night On The Shore. WESTPHAL RIDES FOR A FALL. AND THE COPPER [?]MAKES HIM COME A CROPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
WOMEN AND WINE. Sunday Night On The Shore. WESTPHAL RIDES FOR A FALL. AND THE COPPER ^!AK£S HIM COME A CROPPER. - x • mixtion bacj, Will:i i cujj\i-tfO ;'jr '5" »&lt;«* «* -.anew. W«tpUal. e vuihi.- Li'-ii-or. v.a> jirov-.-tUtd li^ain*:. at th-.- .\^r;h .■?y&lt;ir:*y Polio;- C-urt, on 2-ion* iiay. >ir. £\;yt*.m. .&lt;.31., lur perimttin? J j 4.-5S. This iad cjuic s avir.g Le«u • a* i:" ibc caSfe wauU bo etlcr.ded. Un tbU veciiica. h.wcvir, Westpbal i-uihy, and it was &lt;.spUin«d that the i-L'-Jj iLi.* FBTOLIC TOOK PLACE hud tir--- cLari/. a hands, which accounted tor iLwalk iu the ccccanut. Mr. Robison -v-.r.i:cr ih. Crown, ^ad Mr. LI. Cohen i.pp-.-un J i'.1:' Wcstphal. fcvjje-r.t Barry's story was to the effect that. '.Vi-tphal was th- holder or a colonial .X'.ni*? lor a shc-j» in tha main business cjuiou^hrar- «ji' U'aJ^r-strc-H. On the uisjfat or Sm.usy. not/.u halt-past 9 o'clock to be ■ w-.ii-,a )oi of frolicking going on be and others uai...
OLD PORT MAC[?]UARIE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914
OLD PORT MACQUARIE. Port Macquiiri'.', one* of the deadest of th»- &lt;J*?ad towns of .Ww South Wales, lias lost one of It.-- oldest Inhabitants. Mrs. Xlury Lnwis. who di^d Jn th* local hospital on Friday, 15th. ujjed ST yaum. Mrs. L.owih llv/d at Windmill Hill. Port Maccjv.arie was established in lfelil as a .Sanatorium for invalid convicts and "gHntltjinen" 'who came out In "bond." Captain Allinan. 4Sth Regiment, was xlrst r.'ornit^indant. Bertram .McK^nnal, Australian sculp tor lo J^ondon, udvorat^s the ♦'n-.-ouruyj uient or a distinctive Australian atyl* of architecture. Quito so. A flne lot of encouragement Australian architects get when the national Government imports % Xtti to la/ out tit capltftl