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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

MY POOR BACK! ' The Happiest Moments of a Woman's Life are made Miserable by the Pains of Kidney Disease—Backache, Headache, Dizzi- \ ness, Rheumatism, and that Heavy, Drowsy Feeling. ! How CAN a woman go about her tedious daily round cheerfully when her aching back and throbbing head are giv ing her no peace from morning- to night ? Little wonder that she gets up in the morning irritable and miserable, when she thinks of the day's bnckaching work facing her—little wonder that the household wor ries and the noise of the children try her nerves, and slowly wear her down, until at last she HAS to J give up altogether. But don't be discouraged, for kidney disease is curable —as Mrs. Gunn's experience shows — but only under proper kidney treatment. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills I give the kidneys and bladder the same relief as an ordinary laxative medicine gives the boweis, and are of the highest value in diseases of the kidneys, bladder, and urinary system — so liable to derangement in ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
The Victorian Motorbus Company, Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

The Victorian Motorbus Company, Lid. The above company has boon fprmed for ! the purposo of er.tiblirhir? an up-to-date, ! speedy, special class of iriotorlms Bcrricc in i Melbourne and suburbs, and in such other ! citics of tho Commonwealth of Australia as may he approved - of. The patent sposial motorbus, with its potentiality in speed, mobility, nnd cconomy, will be a ?rea: con venience to the public, ami provides tor an entrance back and front to the lower floor, and ft back and front entrance to the upper deck. Separate smo*:in; apartments for pas senders are also provided, parcel and hat rncfcs run atone the in$rdo, and in the 'buses to be installed in tappin™ the oufsMe cen tres. laxMory accommodation will be pro vided. These improvements, to?cilior w:th special attent'oy c;vti to tho hind axle for the purges? of sn'ooth running and comfort, rmk« a vorv useful vehicle for the cencral pubHc. We publish particulars and illus trativo d^sigrs of iho 'buses in another column*

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BALL'S LOVE CHILD. Mulcted for Maintenance. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

BALL'S LOVE CHILD. Mulcted tor iVlaintenance. Beforo Messrs. Burgess and Stead, Js.P., j at the Richmond Po.icc Court on Wednes- ' ; day, a 'young woman, name.-! Alice Ann ; Frecker, of Chestnut - street proceeded against William Ernest Bali, of 41 Cubit- j street, for baring left his illegitimate female j child; Ivy May Frecker, without adequate; means of support. Mr. B. J. r Nolan, of : Messrs. Fogarty and Kotan/instructed by] Mr..Blair,1 appeared for the plaintiff, and j Mr. Hoare for tbo defendant. i Mr. Nolan announced that a settlement : of the case had been arrived at, the de fendant agreeing to contribute 7s. 6d. per weok towards the'maintenance of the In* fact. Hitherto he had been paying the young woman 5s. per "week. Alice Ann Frcckcr deposed that she had been keeping company with the defendant for about two years past. In January, 1915, • - 'INTIMACY TOOK PLACE between her and the defendant on UU prom ising to marry her. Witness gave birth to j a cinld in October last. D...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FALL OR JUMP? Young Girl on Railway Line. Milk Carters' Early Morning Discovery Probable Sequel to Quarrel. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

FALL OR JUMP ? Young Girl on Railway Line. Milk Carters' Early .Morning Discovery Probable Sequel to Quarrel. I If Madge Baker, a 17-year-old girl, lately I residing at 11 St. James-road, Malvern, leaves the'Alfred Hospital alive, it will be jdue to the luckiest chance in the world. # | About 4.o'clock on Wednesday morning, before tho trains had begun their daily rush, milk-carter? \V. Holland and G. ^earco.met on the Kooyong-road bridge, near Armadale, station. Th'ey stopped for a minute to chat, j and whHe so engaged were horrified^ to no ! tics a female Cirure on the railway line, be • tween 20 and 50 feet below. Scrambling • i down the embankment, they found a young ! cirl badly cut about the head, andj only partly conscious. She was carried to the railway station, and the Malvern police no tified, after which she was taken in a taxi to the Alfred Hospital, where she was ad mitted bv Dr. Forrest. It was found that, besides abrasions on the' head, one of her lungs was injured, wh...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MELLIE SEARLE'S DILEMMA. Deserted by the Father of Her Five Children. Sinks Her Sorrows in Swipe. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

MELLtE SEARLE'S OiLEfflA, j Deserted by the Father of Her Five Children. • Sinks Hor Sorrows in Swipe. Nellie Searle, a pleasant-faced young woman, who appeared in court nicely dre$3cd, but who was obriously much dis tressed at her position, was charged at Coburg on Tuesday with baring been drunk and disorderly on the 4th inst. Constable Gregon said that on Sunday afternoon, the 4th inst., defendant ciae to the police station and said that her child ren had been taken away from her and the could not get them back. She was in toxicated, and ho locked her up. < Senior-Constable Cooney said he had ag. : certained that sbo was not married, but the father had token the children awav, and *aid, tie was not goinjr to bare anything more to do with her. He was from Colac. He was a well-to-do taan and well able to sum>ort the children. Mr. Waters, J.P.: How cany children are there? •Mr. Cooney: Fire, I believe. Mr. Cash, J.P. :s It's a zcost» unfortunate case. •Defendant was dis...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

Brewed from EViaii amd Hops ONLY. Oontasras No ChemicaSs. ST IS THE BEST

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"CROOK EDIE'S", CAPERS. Cuffs and Capsizes a Frail Female. A Forty Bob Fine. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

"CROOK EDIE'S", CAPERS. Cnifs and Capsizes a Frail Femuie. A Forty Iiob Fine, I Edith Cruickshauk, well-known ai "Crook 1 E<3io/* one of the most nolorious prowlers iu l'ruuran, appeurul at tue local couri on .Monday churned with assaulting a h.irmlt.sj, frail-looking youn*; female namid 1 Lily Thompson. I Mr. E. J. V. Ni^an appeared for couipiiua ! nnt. 1 Lilv's i'.o:T was that Ed:c camc up to l>tr j as sb».- was kavin- Mcwrs. Morris and Lid I wick's factory at Malvcrn-road on Dec. 31, | and invited her to fizht. Following Tatars.? down a lane, Hair let out, and caught her a nasty smack in the left eye, Bupplerocaliflj I Ibe hjow by a FULL rr.OXTAL ATTACK. I Two of the factory hands, George ITorcm ; ! and Edward Hurmutn, camc to witness'? , ! assistant, and Edie went for thorn and foitfht th«m. j Ediu adcpic'l a defiant attitude wlien ?he faced the Bench, declaring that lh*i ^Irl Thompson had insulted her by going about TALKING FIGHT. Elsie McKay, a pol of Edic's, sai...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

i ; r' Have yois Settled TSiat 0^* Suit Question \{?^ Yet, Sir ? l V \'xi] M&V \ Tf not, settle it rijM away, and itart .' the year well witb oue of niy Famoui FnUs. You will pot nil (h;:t i* rlr?:rM in thfl way of mi np-io-<ltf.> Sti = t from tbe htfjt ?had<\« rj-. l t!«' = i~ns in Suitii-;*-?, ::in! you can pnrl:-'t tbr> d'Tcr^iv? brtwt-n my • tiricft and what the other tailor would Mv c bv l»f ablo with those flu'wlicro ; thM bnvo built up "v'-n m* tbn roputa ood Suit at the most SAC SLIT £«>>, Zz* f ,411. To <££Olra 0N'i; MEASIIRH I i.|;ICE TEbM THE I'ICK OF THE STOCK. "Write for Fattems, Tap*, tnd S.1L Form at cacc. 0 3QD W. H. BRUCE 139 Bouri<® Street, MELBOUKNIi THE "SAW^W" ■A V \J I Nos. 304-30C LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Nest Royal Arcade). MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE. COMPLETELY HE5IODEJXED. LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED. CUISINE UNPARALLELED LUIS'CHECNS, DINNERS, SUPPERS. 1 ! TABLE D'HOTE Cr A LA CAI1TF CATER.IKG A SPECIALI...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

Little Girl Wonderfully Restored to Health, A Puny Weak Child with Rheumatism—Now Healthy and Active through Dr. Williams* | Pink Pilis. In the district of No. 4 Charles-street. Erskineville. Sydney, neighbors point out little May Allport. as she passes on her wav to school. As a child, they • never expected to soo her strong and active. She is now 14—a healthy^grow- j ing girl—but from the ago, of 7, for j years she was a puny little invalid, rack- j ed with tlie pains of Rheumatism. The ! mother thanks Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for the fact that her little girL can run and play like other children. , To. a reporter who interviewed her Mrs. Allport said:—"May was little better than a helpless invalid for years. Sho is now a very bright and active girl in her 14th year, but when she was 7 she- was attacked with Rheumatism and muscular wasting. So severe was the attack aud so helpless did she become that sho was known and spoken of by the neighbors as "tho little girl with the Ilicket...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A PATHETIC CASE. Girl Approaching Confinement Steals Underclothing. Did Not Know What She was Doing. Convictcd, But Not Punished. Magistrate and Accused Shake Hands A Sympathetic Employer. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

A PATHETiG CASE. Girl Approaching Confinement Steals LiuUerclulliing. Did Not Know \Yh t She was Doing. Convictcd, But .Not Punished. -Magistrate aud Accused Shako Hands A Sympathetic Employer. A ciise presenting »omc pathetic fciturrs was heard before Cr. Page (chairman) and | Messrs. Armstrong, TcsU"o, Cr.chton, and j Howe, Js.P , in the Port Mclbourr * Court ! on Thursday, when Victoria Clara Grifilths ; •was charged with having, between Docem- i bcr 25 and January 11, stolen £4 2s. worth of underclothing, the property of Charles Corrigau. The accused, a strongly-built, well-proportioned girl of about 18, is within a couple of months of becoming a mother, and seemed to for! her position keenly. Charles Corrigan, draper, of ^95 Bay pireet, Port Melbourne, said Victoria had ; been in h's employ as a genera] servant for about five weeks, receiving 14s, a week and bcr keep. He had do suspicion of any thing until last Sunday, when some tickets found in the girl's room vrcro recognised...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BROOKING'S BREAK UP. An Angry Clash at Abbotsford. Father Fails to Pay the Fine. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

! BROGKDIG'S BREAK UP. j An Angry Clash at Abbotsford. Father Fails to Pay the Fine. On Monday night, John Brooking, a I laborer employed by Carr ibe contractor, : returned home to bis domicile at Bloomberg* ' street, Abbotsford, with an evil look in bis eye, and smelling strongly of "Beer, beer, glorious beer!" His conduct thereafter was ; so boisterous and brutal lhat be was forced j to toe the line at tho Collingwood Court tbo I following morning, charged with baring laid out tho woman be bad, at the hymeneal altar, sworn to loro and cherish. The justices (Messrs. A. Collins, chairman, and J. Laug> were told by Frances Wini fred Brooking that when her HUSBAND RETURN-ED HOME from work he was Tcry drunk, as well as violent. He started swearing "something awful," slapped witness across tho face, and then chased ber out of her own house. On ber return shortly after, sho found most of the contents of the kitchen, consisting of furniture and crockery, had been smashed up. Evidence a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
FUDDLED FINANCE. Port Melbourne Street-Lamp Smashing Cr. Page Thinks Five Shilling Fine Sufficient, Though Pound Reward is Offered —Majority of Bench Double the Penalty. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

FUDDLED FINANCE. Port Melbourne Strcel-Lamp Smashing Cr. Page Thinks Five Shilling Fino SuGicicnt, j Though Pound Uev,*ard is Offered | —Majority of Bench Double the Penalty. After ll:e &candalous adjournment of the I Port Mclbounio Court on Monday owing to i Messrs, Rt;s3cll and Testro rcfu?:nz to Bit 1 with Cr. Paso, there wns a ccijcr.i! air of aurpriao on Thursday morning when, at 10,50, fivo justices tcolt their piace on the bsnch. Cr. Pa^c presided, hr-Tin? on his right Mr. Armstrong and on his left Mr. Tcstro, who had apparently zot over his ; tantrums, the others bein? Messrs. Crichlon 1 and Hovre. They seemed ouite a hr.ppy . family, tho only disagreement be-ins iti a case that showed, however fitted the chair- J ! man of tho Bunch w;i?ht he to fill the j I mayoral chair, it w/jM never do for bin: | to hire charge cf tli-.- treasury cbeit. For a considerable time the council has : been troubled by '.he smashing of street I lamps by boys of varying azos, the cv.l I h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A PARAMOUR'S PLIGHT. Bruised, Battered, & Paralysed. Dave Hegarty Charged With Having Inflictcd Grievous Bodily Harm. Accused Acquitted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

A PARAMOUR'S PLIGHT. I Bruised, Battered, & Paralysed. I)ave Hegarty Charged Willi Having Inflictcd Grievous Uutlily Harm. Acouscd Acquittod. After having been monotonously brought ! beforo tho City Court each wrcok for tho past two months, David Hegurty, a roughly dressed man, of medium height, apparently about 35 years of ago, was on Tuesday last, discharged from custody, llo was charged with having, ou November X last, inflicted grievous bodily harm upon his paramour Johanna Mahonuy. Mr. V. Tiinner P.M., presided on the bench, aud Air. N. II. Son* cnberg defended accuscd. Sub-Inspector Middleditob conducted the prosecution. Dr. Ernest George Godfrey, medical su perintendent from tho Keceivicg Homo, said that the woman was at present an inmate of the institution. She had no memory of re cent or remote events, and could not recall incident* even a fow pcconds old. Sho had been badly injured. Dr. Andrew Victor Honman, resident sur? peon at tho Melbourne Hospital, aaid that t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ROSY RAISES A ROW. Bunged Before Prahran Beaks. A Constable Carpeted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

ROSY RAISES A ROW. Bunged Before Prahran Beaks. A Constable Carpeted. j At the Frahran Folicc Court ou jlouday, the story of the bellicose bickeriugs of Eliuor Kendall, of 3 Chatham-street, South Yarra, I and Rose Holford, liviu* at No. 1 in tho '■ same thoroughfare, was told to the Bench . and ou interested crowd of court bangers | Res? 7va3 charged with having u*cd tbuslTO !aii'*ua^e to Lienor's husband, who was re* :>rred to in court as "Mister" Kendall. Mr. V.. J. Nigau appenr-d tor tbo defendant. • Kvidencc was siren by John Hops Craw for J and Parkinson iluit at 11.40 p.m. on 1 tho 9lh lust, thoy snw Mrs. Holford behav ' in tin oggrespire manner outside Ken 1 dali's bouse, inviting Kendall, in sultry : lai-gua^e, to "Coxuy outside, and say what ; " Klinor Kendall stated that the woman : IlolforU called Kendall ! "A DIRTY, DRUNKEN COW/' and accused witness of having gone on the streets and obtained money from men. ) .Mr. Xi-ai: demanded jo know why Elinor's ; husband had not...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1914. PERJURIOUS POLICEMEN: A Menace to Free Citizenship. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

SATURDAY. J.O'OAP.V 17, 1914. A Menace to Free Citizenship. Be coat happcuins:, Ui policw courts m »nd ntuunii iloibouruo have been caicu Loeu 10 wuko li-o ord.uary cluwi. ait Up auU tlimt, poauoru.j; <leopl> " tlM> insistent doubt :u» 10 whether be is toitlly u» ireo ajs ho au.» bt-eu tavi^ut to tUiuU. Uo is». iur*t uud loreuioit, wo Lave tuo caso oi i'lorno ruciau, a tmddle-ugvU derelict, uuo was beioro , tho V.11.V court oa luc uiu mit. in t^eir effort to sustain a. clurgo oi va^rancj preferred u£aui:>t ti:o woman, flaiu fclotnci Cousuubios Grieve, Urant, and Uroea swore taut they had seen her in % oortaia locality on tue pvvceUuig VH«» nes»day. they vvcru uii perfectly certain, and what grander specimen oi intttihbiliw can be loui.u anywhere than a coctisuro copper. Alter they had had | their say. their victim had hers. La j proot ot her assertion that they were I lying, she told tbe Boach that she had I only cozno out ot i;aol on the Saturday, I "three days ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"AGE" WAILS FOR A STATESMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

'"AQE"' SM J'Wc liar© oxpcctcd him, clamored for Jiirn for ve-~.r*. Hp hn rif»v^p cviir.e. Ho h ^iili Is V-> htt\r; is ho tar] Is ho the nearly ^ppMintci Minuter of ways 1 Ts h? Mr. W:v:t---u Mr. Watt clcctrificd by reccnt happenings 1 Whoever ho is, wherever hu u.iy lc, v/o vrant him h-.TC, r.nd ik.w." Granny "Age" (doubtfully): "Now, I wonder if this is a mirage, or can it be that wot I 'uve been 'oping lor all these years is really eomin' to pass ?"

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE CRITIC [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

Wbo eaa andjuinwd br-re the Critic'* ra^if Or ooU ctiaiovevj hi* mention In ike CriiL:'! paje, i'lnuj* hia errors in tho public eye. And JJotMr Uruod/'a n^;c dtiyt Hoa»o docorstor^rrWomen, fihirpahootcr*—Achinj t^«th. A vorry crorxo aflai^-Raciiij. A fishing cmaci—A taflor'B k£ta. 2£*to-mony is tio root of all criL * # ♦ 60 xn* of cb? pjLtstars vezj artlext. IireTifcy it ajvay* adored—in petticoat*. Many French rowing men in Seine. I The divided skirt b ft faHuro—it upliU. The reliffiouj difficulty—Lens ■ormon*. l'Vi«uI»-iod fir.aire—Fmzno-n^ fritnd*. J * * * Ftucc U tie gold plaU on tie coda-lid. The piiit of pui!'ccL!on—Wom&n't elieek. ( Th$ bowling in this -world—Eibj. ' * * t A icaaty narj-'un—'The wilor't little Urt. The futeat city in the world—EJeetri-city. Women iliould 'we & mouiache nenr-v dayi. Tim* flic*—jcneraliy to the aoajTist p&wn- | ahop. ; • • M ! The only indoitrioui "loaicr*"' u* tie ' bakers | l"htre'» many * c5ip 'Wist the'bat and . Jse ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY FELONRY IN VICTORIA. THE PRISON HULKS AT WILLIAMSTOWN. John Price's Floating Horrors. CONVICT MELVILLE MURDERS CONSTABLE OWENS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

EARLY FELONRV IN VICTORIA. THE PRISON HULKS AT WllilAUSTGWN. :!7" T ' . :« John Prica's Floating Horrors. - < ■ CONVICT MELVILLE MURDERS CONSTABLE OWENS. "!LC°'ry- •»■» ™"bllo,<!I.m™odar°f Of tho day Wh^ich ronVi'fn V'° n°,V-'f,p:iIlc,r tlio (airful lir„ ln ifjfiItb"Vh^-',OIi" ° l-arllamontary records, "h e -? a ' n ' t S »£''»"■ official recordsi« \ nl">"rcsslo>, of .,,,J I. _ ° ? l0°u Plaro In tho fifties, m'4' iJm^nr„0Uf ,Sn,l,0U' hy ll"> wta thousii,. or „o'p"ir i^rwoiw uLlSr.r' PUb"C rccordJI. render r-KCON'STUUCT TIIE HELLISH LIFE j ^c!or«hlpdof "rohn JMco® UButrtlnt° life ' to rinri* »««»,• ^ Government rnnvui « , mouths for ftJJ time. The I • «m » » ronjTH-. U'o barbaric crueltlei ' .nflietc! upon them by Price's urderv' ' clamorod to high heaven for redress. ' ' Jlefcrrlnj? to one outbreak on tho hulk ! afw«!r:,,#'lha "A«" r;ihnc 'sruvxtt: bfUtpuu!o' Inspector-General of Prisons. John Price, charced -crjtli serious crimes ffa.nst Justice and h...

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