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NEWSPAPER STRIKE. What Happened in Hobart. Printing a Labor. Paper with Scab Labor. How the "Daily Post" is Mismanaged. HOBART, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
NEWSPAPER STRIKE. What Happened in Hobart. Printing a Labor. Paper witli Scab Labar. How tbo '-Daily Post" is Mismanaged. (From 'Truth's" Tasmanian Correspondent.) | HOBAKT, Tuesday, As slatcil in last week's ".Truth/' j .-v newspaper strike palpabiy manifested ■ i t&lt;sci t* on Saturday. All the mechanical s;ails on the ".Mureury'' and tho "Daily l'ost' j CL.:iS.-i work ou Friday atieruoon, and both i bhccis were issued next morning in very ! much rcduced form. That they were issued j at ail was due to the fact that Uio 4Mier- , cury" was abie to keep two linotype «iu- : clinics running with scab labor, and tho 'Mercury" carue to the rescue of the Labor- , owned "D:i;iy i'osi,'' ana pr;nt«.-d that vag , fur the director?, of whom ,Ldm Karl'', Leader of the fcltale Labor Party, is thair ruau. Sine.- then, to tho tlmo of vuiting, i «.iirh d.iyii'! h:is b'.vn issuing a double sheet, . three e: which are ccinpoccd ot sU-roo* j tvp'\i adr\ and ;ljf> remaining page of j which...
THE POOR OF LAUNCESTON. Cheated out of Christmas Cheer. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
THE POOR OFLAUNCESTOH. | Cheated out of Christmas Cheer. By Pursc-Pror.d i'ecksniiiian Pussies. I There is a L:.d licncvo'cnt Society in 1 Launcestcn, T.:, as elsewhere, and there ii the inevitable r.atmiltee ; The membra of the caimiti cheap philanthropy which is 53 fluently purru.-d by ell the proud ro?::?n.;run pussies of tho v.-ealib. At Chri-"'n:2S'uLe wad* to tho public for funds to provide ; •'the pior o; Lann;cr/,on" -sdih extra cheer, ; and (in round numbers) £10D was subscribed, j The Lady IJovntlfnIs w:re thu? enabled, so : their t:o:"5 prir.der:- dec'ared. to provide lor ' c-r DO f^n-ilics. This is what each family rot'-i"'"-} f. d. 41b. FU-:ar 1 0 FmaJi cacc 1 0 Pdchct of spice 0 1\ € 10 The bouuiifjl beguile*. of courr?, u*ot tho yoods referred to «t contract pri s-> that- about Cs. per family wouM b fi'Jr n vir?«_'e. Nir.C'J ren:sj r-uis t- l:. v;(. amount to £27. and suuferibr-r;. are nor.- : ii;" v;hal has become cf vhr? iVfier'iicr be- 1 tvrrcn that amount and :...
People v. Plutocracy. SNOBBERY SCALPED AND SKEWERED. Tribulations of the Tories. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
People v. Plutocracy. SNOBBERY S@flL.PED AND SKEWERED. Tribulations of the Tories? The cuHnln wns rune down last .-.iiurdtty the recent electoral cam n *>•'»' Wnl.w. and will, tl'O Rnln of two additional sens out of tin- nvi- contests, the absolute «"W«™,cy or ,|W ,s ;,ss„,^ l i OI the", cannot be t|lc sllKhteit shadow ..r il,.ul>t that the Labor Partv Ausl aba to.,lay wherever we find It Is Platform represents the clearly dc' "i waif's of its following, as ,r. PH'Senteo by the rei;ulur runf.-ivniis r u"""- m which "it Jh% exclusive aft-air. :ili,l • -iters largely for th- Wry Xa:o.-M IIs ueil-cprins? are to bo found tnostlv I" the cr.-at Australian citles-the more "fashionable" (|„, suburb the more powerful ihe iora| i„;iI]c.tl o[ „,n I.i ■oral- League. nmler whatsoever f« lho™''aVn CH0"" "° m:,SI,u,,raU'' its name may he the followm™ season1 hut its' dr.-,ss i, always X.ray in , "c political sens,.. .Vobody need' he de ceived. nnd lor general purposes of uleniiiicaiion the „...
ADVERTISING SPACE. CHARLES CHEROS' CAFE SCORCHES THE "SUN." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
ADVERTISING SPACE. CHARLES CHEROS' CAFE SCORCHES THE "SUN." The rase of the Queensland News } Company versus Charles Chero.s, pro prietor of the Kllisus Cafe, ftdward- t street, lu which (he plaintiff company claimed £40 under i\ signed contract form for 1- months' advertising in the "dun" newspaper, was* decided before Mr. Firllnton, P.M.. In the City Sum mons Court, a few days ago. by a ver dict beljit: ylren for Die defendant. Mr. f-ehane appeared feu* the plaintiff company. and Mr. (Crawford the de fendant. who pleaded not indebted. The principal evidence in suppon of the claim was ?;iven by Mr. II. A. Cnt lae};. printer, who staled that the body of th" ord'-r produced was In his handwriting. and he received it from dtf.^ndant. He interviewed him, and received a contract from him for plaintiffs. \va^ '-nro he received the (pi'ili'r, otherwise he k hoi: I &lt;1 not have «jivn u r«-C( ir-t. b'U h&lt;- would | X«»T SWKAi: T&lt;> THK SlGN'ATirRR. j 11 rece...
"CRACKED" WITH A BOTTLE. On Christmas Eve. Constable Burley Gets One for His Nob. Uses His Handcuffs in Defence. Martin Leen Fined for Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
"CRACKED" WITH. A BOTTLE. On Christmas Eve. Constable Hurley Gets One (or His Nob. Uses His Handcuffs in Defcnco. Martin Lccn Fined for Assault. The out-come of a lively littlo shindy -winch j occurred in Little Lonsdalc-strcet on Christ- j mas Eve was the arraignment of two young : mrn, named Thomas Byrne and Martin Lecn j iu the City Court ou Tuesday, on a charge of assault upon the police. Mr. Tanner, P.M., presided. Mr. P. J. Itidgcway ap peared for Lecn, and llr. N. H. Sonenbcrg for Byrne. Constable Hurley deposed that at 7.45 p.m. on the 2»tb ult. hi? was on duty at tho cor ner of via;; and Little Lonsdale streets, and taw a crowd of young xaeu misbehaving ihemse ves cut side uu hotel. They wcra wrcstli g on t: e footpath, aiugi g cut, und AC' i;;u uiii goa'I Wimcs oraeu d them to mew . n, and they i>;it:ud to air ,e iittu. He MK lie lu tlum Vy u can bavu ;t. ' u id tot li-.vitb puitCheu lnm bevel ul t:iiu-s ^ ith b*> eiuicheu list cu I ae neck aud body. Witm.* closed wu...
The English Problem. LIBERAL PEER AND DEER. FOUR FARMS OF RICH LAND IN SURREY BROKEN UP FOR THE PURPOSES OF SPORT. WHAT WILL LLOYD GEORGE SAY ABOUT THIS? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
The English Problem. LIBERAL PEER AND DEER. FOUR FARMS OF RICH LAND IN SURREY BROKEN.UP.FOR THE PURPOSES OF SPORT. WHAT WILL' LLOYD GEORGE SAY "ABOUT THIS? A pood deal has born hoard lately of deer forests in the Highlands. There' are dorr much nearer London t han that—in foot, within forty miles of Downin«-strcet (-eys the "Times"), j P.ut the Snnvy park is verydifferent from the Scottish forest. The Scottish doer forest is on pour- land. much of it more tinn MOOft. above tho level of t ht&lt; sra: Lord I'irrideer pari'" consists of some of tho best hind In t};«- rich Home Counties. IKI.M1-: &lt;>F WHITTAKRU WRIGHT. A few years ago there were llour Nhing farms where now tho deer browse at the foot of »h»« hills around 11;.. t'ii rin hoii«cs been pulled 1 down, and tho t.unv-r«. su far a* is known, have taken their skill and ex perience to other *1 i«trlois. Lord Pir* He. who received his title from the present Government in thoir first voar i of oHlco. bought I.»...
Queer Questions. "SAY HE'S A LUNATIC." AN EASY WAY OF DISPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
Queer Questions. "SAY HE'S A LUNATIC." AN EASY WAY OF DISPOSAL'. | A cable message during the week j intimated thai an interim, injunction I had been granted to restrain a Yankee ' lawver from selling furniture belong ! ing'to Mr. McCreery. a Uriilsh subject, j with Inrge interests In California. Mr. i TomVm, K.O.. appeared for McCreerv. , and explained that a conspiracy in I California had resulted in his client i being declared insane*, lie made bin j escape from the inferno ! whither he was committed, and re» | turned to England. English experts ! declare thai he is quite sane—as sane, or more so. than, tin* doctor who de creed his fate. A reflective mind must often pause and be troubled when ruminating on the large number of possible innocents immured by con spirators in vile asylums. Doctors in such matters are endowed with su preme plenary powers. Their say-so is suflicleni. To argue that doctor* are more human than other men. or that a judicious use of palm oil in cases where...
Civil Service Chronicles. BOYS OF THE GROOVE AND RUT. Martinets Crush Men of Merit. VALUE OF THE POLITICAL PULL. [?] (No. I.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
©ivil Service ©hronfcles* BOYS OF THE GROOVE HND RUT. Martinets Crush Men of Merit. » VALUE OF THE POLITICAL PULL, - / •>V (NO. I.) Htimnn nalure Is pretlv much tlio wme all the world over. Environment !»1:tya fl his part In shaping individual types nml oharactovir.ties. but in no othrr walk of llfo is this fact evinced more than amor.g the rank and file of that numerous class of civilians Known as civil f rviinis. Queensland's civil Service is not an exception to the rule in thle regard. It contains it» full pro portion of MISFITS. CRANKS. "BUSTED FINANCIERS, blatherskites, has-breus, narrow minds, bounders, and dashed good fellows. It is at on" and tlx- sain-* tim»» a hot-bed of seething ami discontent, and «s • suh'ssfni as a new-laid .-\'g. More or les.i, about something or other, it is roaring the whole year rouml. hut the thunder of its voice seldom pene trates beyond its olUce walls. Its grievances are diversified, ranging in magnitude from harsh and unjustl able rulings a...
Outrage in City Street. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
Outrage in City Street. Late on Monday night, Mr. Bradthair, one J of tho ZooJogicrl Gordons s'ntT, tnndo a ! startling discovery iu tho Air,'as Garden?, | KJn&lt;? NVilliam-ro'id. He wvf ma^ini: bi= ) ■way home when he canio across a fir! Ivir? unconscious. The t'.'rljulrtnco and tlu« pclieo ' v.-cre o.illod, ami when shc> curie to her | senses ii ws learned tlr-t she ivns ?trhs l.tuJa Kumlo, 17, of Wcsf-street, Bromplon. About 8 o'clock that night, the said, sha bad been accosted in King William-road bj a man who expressed a desiro to see her home. To thia impertinence she paid. no heed, and was walking on when she was struck on the head from behind and & handkerchief was placed over her nose and mouth. Struggling violently, SHE WAS CARRIED into the Angas Gardens. She made an at tempt to pull the handkerchief from her mouth and scream for assistance, but her assailant threatened to shoot her. With that she fainted, and later on was found an stated. As a resu...
A Child's Death. Sent to Three Hospitals. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
A Child's Death* Sent to Three Hospitals. The death of a child under peculiar cir cumstances is attracting the attention of tho authorities. Mr. ami Mrs. Alfred Feuwick had a child 16 tr.oal.hs old, wli.ch was suf fering from a severe attack of bronchitis, ' supervening upon whooping cough. Dr. ' WeJis was coiled is, and at once advised the child's removal to f-o Children's Hos pital, giving an order for its admittance to that Institution. Mrs. Fenwick took the baby there in a pram, aud after an ex amination one of the doctors told her to tako the infant to the Adelaide Hospital, returning her the origins] adm'fs'ou order, with an endorsement upon it. As the Toungstor was becoming rapidly worse, Mrs. Fenwick made ail haste to the Adelaide Hospital, but on arrival there was told that the child must be taken to the Isolation Hospital. On reaching tho &lt; • trance gate of tho latter institution the child died in -its pratn. Mrs. Fenwick -was then instructed to return to the Ad...
"Your Money or Your Life." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
"Your Money or Your Life." On Saturday eTtnJn^, Edwin N'ichalk, aged 19, son of a farmer cf near Eudunda, was out in ft paddock with some horses, when be beard somebody behind him cry, '•Your money or your life." He turned sud denly to find a lad, 16 years old, po'njting a pea riflo at him from'a distance of 15 yards. At that moment. the' cartridge ex ploded, and the bullet entered Nicbalk'a chili, and lodged at the back of his neck, lie collapsed, but waa rendered every assist ance, and the bullet wns extracted by Dr. Purves. It is not yet known what' the result will befc although the young man is retting on fairly well. The boy who fired the shot had been out rabbit shooting, and says bo did not know the rifle wns londed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
PETERS, Bookseller, 185 Swanston Street. f5F m FORTUNES AND MISFOUYUXD.S OF TILE FAMOUS ilOJ^L FLA.NDJiflS Zs. Gd X'ost Fri-"1. ' '* ARISTOTLE'S COMPLETE WORKS, con. taiuixi^ the MasUTpk'C!, Uirci-tious tor Mid wives, and Couus«l and Advic; to Child Uraricj* Women, wiih Various Useful iU-me djc5. Couplet*, with Colored Piuic?, 3s. 6d., Post Free. BOOK OF NATURE, with PIaltj, ,u-~' cd especially for the mz tending to marry. Laujst 2^j. 6d.. Post Free.
Reforms for the Blind. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
Reforms for the Blind. I One of the most energetic workers in the Interests of the blind in tbia State is Misa E G. Craske. For some time past she bus been urgently pressing for certain reforms, tho chief ones being—(1) That every blind person in the State ahiil be admitted to the Royal Institution for tho Blind as a right, not as a charity, Jg) That they shall.be ac corded a living weekly wage, and tint the piece-work and bonus systems shall bo abolished. (3) That tho blind be allowed proper representation on the board of man agement. (4) That there bo direct Govern ment representation on the board of man agement. Miss Craske on Monday received an anonymous letter threatening her lif^. • The writer concludes,-'"The blind vrill live tc curse you. Ask the blind in general what they think of you? They will say, 'I bate* her; she is trying to ryin us.'"
THE CRIME OF POVERTY And How it is Punished. Out of Work, Moneyless, and Homeless Fined for Sleeping in Railway Yard. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
THE CRIME UF POVERTY And How ii is Punished. Out of Work, Moneyless, and Homeless Fined for Sleeping in 1'ailway Yard. I The old sayias that poverty is no crime, like a great many other ancient axioms, is . only partially true at least, as was instanced in the case of two umortunat^ derelicts who were before the C'ty Court Bench on ilon« day, Mr. P. J. Dwyer, P.M., presiding. They were both young men, neither of them, at» parently, over 50 years of age, and, judging by their clothing and deportment in court, both had seen better duys. They r,erc nam ed respectively John Corbett, and Jack Raz, i and were charged with the h.enous oucnc.j • of bavins been found at 12.50 a.m. on lasr. Sunday mormng sleeping beneath a pcanty covering in the railway yyrd, Spencer-street. At least, that, according to ibe cridc-nco tendered, was what thoy wore actually giiilty of, though the 'more impos.n^ charge of wil ful trespass was preferred aga.nst them. They were, of courso, undefccded. | Evidence wa...
JAM FACTORY WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
JAM FACTORY WAGES. »' writes conccrnir- the methods .adopted by a jam factory manager in en •gagia? hands. Thus: "An advertisement is | ••inserted, and invariably a big master of men ' und youths respond. No engagements aro node unless j'ounjj men bijrn a document de claring that they are under 21 years of ape. I Thlj is done to bring the Tvazc'doTvn to 39s. 1 6d. ^ They ought to receive 43s. The union i .officials in the factory hold good billots and j Jwoa't sgueal." i
INFANT BURIED IN GARDEN. Married Woman Implicated. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
INFANT BURIED !H GARDEN. Married Woman Implicated. Before the "Deputy-Coroner, 3tr. W. Sel frcad» J.P., at tli-i Colac Courthousa on ilonday,* an inquest was held open the body of a male chi'd, vrhish was discovered on the ! previous Saturday in a jarden at EUiminyit. | EvJiIcnco £ivei: by Ccnaa.b\e Xir:kerr:s was ; to the cffc-ct tha;, accompanicd by Sergeant ; Stddon, he visiird EUhuinyit on Saturday 1 last, and sarr :i youn? married woman named Emma Ruby Bene,hue, n daughter of Hr. | Ho informed j;rs. Donohtie that ! the police h?.d received information to th« ' cileet that *he i:ud jjiven birth to a child, j uud he questioned her as to tha thereabouts of the infant. She eventually CONFESSED TO THE BIPJEH, •and stated that she had buried the child in Ibo garden. Witness find Sergeant Seddon went to the cpot indicated by the woman, and found the body, upon which they could 2nd no traces o: violence. The fact that the Touns woman had ziven birth to a child [ .•was testiGcd to by l)...
ASPENDALE PARK MEETING. Programme of Events. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 10 January 1914
ASPmLE PARK f^EETlKO. Programme o; livents. The following is Iba pro^r^mms of events to bo tlecidcd Aspendalo Park thia (Satur* day) afternoon: — MAIDEN PLATE. Pivc Pur!ones. Koblo Ronnio 8 0 lV;>'>.*ia ... ... 7 9 The Tuck V, u T.N.O. ... ... 7 9 •IVyneth « ft VcWiu ... _ ... 7 9 Kt:rraU:»i H u Ar!.&lt;:\iest 7 9 IVrolIfS (t I/wi .r Itin^o &lt;» 12 j Liquation 7 22 I'.i -bye 0 12 , iDolthyrisfc 7 9 Ho.vu'h I Hvcotisiu 7 9 S.-jfau ( Cliici 7 9 l.r.rl Co-;>:i*ot I La Carte 7 9 Bright Orarico ( HalTareous ... 7 9 ST-TXPLKC'TIASS. Two Miles. Suns; Darin* 2'"1 13 Helen us ... _ K G.R.D lJ 11 Ta'arno ... ... f X?owc.rftJl I1* fi &lt;.'iuv:no>r f AlfjabohnraL U .3 The Guide ... f 5*ambarello ... I-J 3 Knch. Slaves £ jxo.aiuure.io Waustead . ASrEXDALi; riATU. S"t r.iri^v Scs^ir Maid 9 13 IJroh ... Georgette ... 9 0 ... Apiari?t 9 V Ko EaxI Go-.lxrin !" Jullutviar Ootacamand ... 7 13 illndai 7 11 Wahor Tyrill C 8 Clack Pan ... 7 3 Nikcpo!i C 8 ASPENDAJ.K ...