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EARLY MELBOURNE. Concerning Burke and Wills. John King's Alleged Narrative—A Poetic Recital—Whose was the Hand and Pen? No. 222. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

Concerning Burke and Wills. John King's Alleged Narrative—A l'uotio Kecitul—Whoso was the Hand and Pcu f (By "Old Clium.") No. 222. (All Rights Kcservcd.) - I lake tl[) llic'nllcgcil narrative of .John | Kins at Januarv 3. 1361. ami from the fiyic ' of vv rii in e it wilt 1)0 easily seen that a pro Rradn'ally\o lisi-.^lmt not a blade of pass or trace of vegetation; nothing but the black ; desert, a |>lace of sterile gloom. We were tIn* central ii;'o;of :t vasl c.:cle, ami look ti> which point of the horizon we would, not ' another obleet broke the die.ullui tliliforiiuiy ! of the prospect. Tie: crouml 'bem ath our ' I. el Bas haul ami hoi. "ml t"'' n'-sy overhead : Rlorcrt lii:e a d'mic of silver Ir-.m which tho Ipitibss sim poured dor.u upon as it blare of ; il:i7;-.iiu- light in:d a stream ef torrid heal. | Tiff was such :i drsnate sameness in our I course, >uch an utter absence of all land f rti:;'fcs by which t'.1 our I that we scarcely appeand to advance at all. ■ We s...

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)
DEBT AND DIFFICULTY. Railway Clerk Russell And Money-lending Mont de Plete. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

DEBT AND DIFFICULTY. Railway Clerk Russell And Money-lending Mont de Picte. Jamo3 Brownlej Ku^cJi, a clerk in the Victorian Railways Department, appoared j before Mr. P. J. Dwyer, P.M., and justices : La the District Court on Tuesday in response I to an application lummons for his commit- | uent for having failed to satUfy a judgment j cf the Court ^iTen again»t him on May 15 | of last year for £10 Is. The claim was j brought iu tui; Erst instance by th« Spencer- i street ilont dc Pifcte, and a Tofdict. given ! iu their f-»vcr. Deundaat had failed to ! satisfy the order, thoujb according to Uie j plaintLT company'# contention ho had bad, I ainoe the order was made tgaiiist him, mt-ana of fiatisryia^ the siuc. Itr. P. J. Dwycr, P.M., presided, Mr. W. S. tioria appeared for the judgment creditor, ac;l Mr. C. Masters for defendant. Tho latter rjs examined r.a to hij mc~na to satisfy the order. H-j said tbat he vrus a cleric ii th<? Railway Dfpartmcut, and iu reecipt o; a sal...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PAGE, OF "THE PORT," AND HIS CANTANKEROUS COBBERS. Aspiring Laborites in Collision. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

PAGE, OF "THE PORT," AND HIS CANTANKEROUS COBBERS, | Aspiring Laborites in Collision. I Port Molbourn© is essentially demo ! cratio. For years it baa boon repre sented in tho State Parliament by ! Ooorgo Songster, a Labor politician, ] now in tho scro and yellow leaf, and | latterly it has flattered itself that it has Got an exarnplo to Richmond, Col : lingwood, Fitzroy, Kootscray, South Molbourno, and other municipalities whoro tho "wurrikin" man" lives—or i hibernates—by a civic transformation I scono. Membors of tlio Fort Molbourno ' Branch of tlio Political Labor Council i have been made members oi tho Fort I MelLourno Town Council, and, absorb* ! ing the privilogea atid prerogatives up 1 pertaining thereto, have blossomed into mayors and magistrates. That tbeso • "sudden elevations" uro approved by j the ratepayers who pay tho pipers and uear tiio proverbial suooa ia evidenced i by tho iact that aspirants to municipal i houura ui tuo l ort <!oma.n tall over one ; auo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SEASHORE SHOCKS. Mixed Bathing at Hobart. The Immorality of Clothes. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

SEASHORE SHOCKS. Mixed Bathing at Hobart. The Immorality of Clothe*. iTrom 'Traib't" Tumwiian Correspondent.) Bcllorive is an eminently respectable suburb. Tho trim villas and neat stroots of tbo place fairly shriek osten tatious convention at you aa you pass, 1 Indeed, liollorivo could bardly bo other wise than rcfipcctoblo. Tbo last ferry boat leaves for that aide of tho Dorwent nt 11 p.ra., and when on no you are on board, if you happen to bo a resident, everyone else on tho boat knows who you aro, and why your father not out of tho houM> and land agency business in so groat a hurry, and why your maiden aunt, 20 odd voars ago, had her : engagement broken off suddenly. It I Wii^ inevitable that a place like IW.o | rivo should havo fairly rent the heavens ! with a soul-piercing wail of indignant ' horror when first a few visiting lads and : lass."; undressed amon^ tho windswept j sand hummocks of tho back beacli. don ned garments made for tho surf, and ' entered tho water togeth...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DOINGS AT "THE DUCK-POND." THE MISSUS MISSES HER PURSE, And Blames Three Old Visitors. LITTLE GEORGIE AND THE OATH. Ma Cowen's Bright Beauty of a Son-in-Law Would Rob Her Himself If He were Hard Up. Two Men Committed for Trial—The Third Discharged. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

DOINGS AT "THE DUCK-POND." THE MISSUS MISSES HER PURSE, And Blames Three Old Visitors. LITTLE GEORGIE AND THE OATH. Ma Cowen's Bright Beauty of a Son-in3Law Would Rob Her Himself If lie were liard Up. Two Men Committed for Trial—The Third Discharged. At tie Carlton Court on T^cs-lay, before j Messrs. Munro and Roberta, Ja-P., Michael O'Dwycr, Gcoryo Webb, and George Jon«^a were charged w:tb having, on the 10th inst., in th« dwelling of Mary Jan© Cowen, stolen a ha!f-fiover«'gn and about tea shillings in silver ajid oopper. ilr. Tucker appeared for the accused. Mrs. Co^en, demurely garbed in blaolc, &aid &ho lived at 557a Ralbdown*street, Caxl ton. On S>itur\iay last she placed her h~~d bag, in which was her -so oonijuniay s b.ilf-&ovoreign and about 10s. worth of itf Tcr and copper, in & cheat of drawer* in the front bedroom. Soon after the taw the three accused paeslng the window, and she ducked into the back bedroom, as she was not properly dress...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TERRIBLE TESTRO. Alleged Cruelty to Wife. An Order for Maintenance. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

TERRIBLE TESTRO. Alleged Cruelly 10 Wife; An Order for Maintenance, Tbe troubles of the Testros wcro Yenti hied at the Fitzroy Court on Tuesday, whtu Jaxues Tcsiro, bead storeman in a Queeu-street rougb-cuttiug leather establish ment, faijcd to respond to a summons charg. iug him with baring left bis pretty little wife w.tbout tbe accessary wherewithal to Veep tbe wolf from their domestic door. Complainant, whose legaj adviser was Sir. K. LL Hoard, also cued her absent liubby for arrears of maintenance duo for the sup* port of their two tiny- tots. Susan Catherine Teatro, who reeled off her tale of domestic woe at express speed, iutormetl tbe justices (Messrs. W. J. Beck* ett, chairman, and J. J. Denton) that she had been married to her husband seven Jong, long years. Por two years of that time, however, she hod been , COMPELLED TO LITE APAUT from him, mainly owing to bis brutaj and Tjolpnt conduct, and, also, because be would not support bar. Some time ago she sued him for tbe supp...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RACEHORSE DOPERS And Their "Black Hand" Methods. "Dead Easy" in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

RACEHORSE DOPERS And Their "Black Hand" Methods. "Dead Casy" In Victoria. Maoriland baa for a long time held an unenviable reputation as a land whoro doping the raoohorso [3 flagruntly car { riod on. Bananaland has ivLbo (or so mo time boen known as a oountrv where tho dofx* Ls freely used. In New Zealand and Quccualjiml no trainor's outfit is completo without a bottle or two of dru^s, and this practice is being intro duced into Victoria. Tho recoutly appointod stipendiary stewards in the | Dominion have a pretty sultry tirao bc | foro them to clean tho turf of crooks, i Thero are some very influential and cunning coves tho other sido of tho pond, sornowhat on a par with Victoria's lilack Hand Gnnz, who hold racing in I the palms of thoir paw?. New Zealand • has imported that well-known sports I man John McMahon from th« Ma State to war against tho fixin^-up brigade. It is understood by all raco^oyrs that Mao has a hoiv down on crooks and race course sharps, and if he has a full, fr...

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

THE WOLF AIND THE LAMB. Wolf: I must lock you up, because i.ot only ray so If but two otiior Volvos have see a you loitering about hero, with evil intent, for three or four days. Lamb: Impossible. becuUM) I only loft the Pentridge fold yesterday. Wolf: Well, if it wasn't vou it was your sister, bo como'on. We'll all swear that you're tbo one, and into the colls you ijo !

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Ulster Ulcer. RIDICULOUS RODOMONTADE AND RANTING. THEATRICAL TORY TITTLEBATS. OUTCLASSED AND OUTGENERALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

Ulster Ulcer. , 4? RIDICULOUS RODOMON TADE AND RANTING. THEATRICAL TORY TITTLEBATS. OUTCLASSED AND OUT GENERALLED. | The people who pretended,to take i seriously the ridiculous rodomontade and rantin^s of the blustering barris ters and truculent Tories under the banner of Carson in Ulster entirely lost sight of the business end of tha prof>osed rebellion. These persons have taken il for granted that the whole of Ulster would go to any lengths, under the leadership of the would-bc rebels, if the Home Rule Bill became law, whereas nothing of the sort wcmld happen. The City of Bel rant dominates the situation, and it is idle to suppose that the commercial citizens of that wealthy community Would seriously enter into any rash rebellion which would bring ruin and disaster to the commerce of their city. It is till very well to shout "Ulster will and Ulster will be right," but it would be quite another thing ior these worthy bourgeoisie to face llnanclal ttasco and enter the cold shades...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Brisbane's Food Fakirs. Snide Carving in Restaurants. Hotel Tables Give a Fair Deal. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

Brisbane's Food Fakirs. Sitide <2arving in Restaurants. Hotel Tables Give a Fair Deal. -f 5M Mi? proprnt time there Is no city 6f Importance in Australia where the popular shilling tnenl is at such a dis count as in Brisbane. Outside the botcls it Is practically unobtainable. JThero arc any quantity of restaurants )ind hnsh-housen that profess to sup ply the shilling meal. But they don't 'do It, Their professions are just so much dross or tinsel. They print a menu card which Is steeped In hypo crisy, for the alleged shilling meal .is divided Into bo many fragments at a stated price pox- fragment that the pangs of an ordinary hunger remain ^vlth the diner unless anything from , 60 10 75 per cent. Is added to the shil ling. It Is a snide proeers on the part Of the caterer, who knows full well that the nvernge rcguhr- dlr^r at cafes does not expect to expend aho. j a shilling a day in that direction. The .ret Is spread In the sight of the bis vcrmy who find It expedient to d...

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

£3 UPWARDS ■ £3 UPWARDS — £J UPWARDS » — ■ ■ Small Weekly Repayments — Small Weekly Repayments — Small Weekly Repayments Hou&eholdors and Workers ■ Householder® and Worker* ' Householder* and Workers" I ... Privately: Day of Application. Privately: Day of Application. - ■ Privately : Day of Application. HARRY^HALL 315 Collins Street (Tivo Doori from Elizabeth Street). THE IMPERIAL HAIR - DRESSIH3 SALOON. ' FAIR TREATMENT. FAIR CHARGES. Sterilized Salocn Materials. 229 Bourlte Street (Opposite Theatre Royal). A. J. GRAY. Prorrletpr. PrintM an3 published by JOHN NORTON, the Proprietor. *t thi» R»~isli»red Offiec aI Troth,* No. 3 Royml-Iwie, VIeJfcoom*. is i±4 6Ut« ei Victoria. <

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AT THE M.A.P. Double Week-End Programme [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

AT THE A1.A.P. Double Week'End Programme Owing to the Dudley-street Stadium beinj vacant last Saturday night, a number oi bouts that bad previously been set dona for tbo following Monday at tho Mclbourni Athletic Pavdion were brought forward t couplc of nights before a good house. The two principal contents, 10-round af fairs; were iuicredlitig and fairly txcilauff. Dave Bell aud Sep lichir were announced as of even wcighi—list. lib.—but though the former was the taller, the latter wuf the favorite. Prom the start. Bell forced matters, but after a couple of rounds llehij kept carefully out of his way though timi after time he hopped in and sent slinging rights xi-A lefts to head aud body. This tantalised Beli appareut;y, aud hi; clapped ou tbo pace. Qchir went ou( to win iu tbo last round, but Hell cltreny dodged some dangerous uppcrcuts that would have spelt disaster, and at the final bell w-s declared the winner. The other star bout was between Cbarii« Mitchell (9.4) und Barney Th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Civil Service Chronicles. BOYS OF THE GROOVE AND RUT. Martinets Crush Men of Merit. VALUE OF THE POLITICAL PULL. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

C^ivil Service (Ehroiifdes. BOYS ©F THE GR0©Y£ rnd rut. Martinets Brush Men of Merit. VALUE OF THE POLITICAL PULL. No. 2. The snob variety of civil servant isn't very numerous, but It exists. He is a very important cus? in his own estimation, and takes himself so seri ously that you can spot#him by his shadow coming round a corner before you mot him in the flesh. There is no valid reason on God's green earth why he should be a snob, but-.perhaps he prefers- to make an impression upon those around him that way. lie 1. Ids his dial so high going down the street that you wouldn't know him for the some bloke who: wolfs three-penn'orth of dry sandwiches each lunch hour for economy's Fake. Most times he dubs himself an accountant, or some thing equally important. This be does, icct he be. mistaken.for,a.mere, 'ORDINARY' INK-SPLUTTERING * . . CLERK, ' He has the greatest contempt for the genus clerk, and only upon official ; business .does he even condescend to ! speak to or notice any of ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
The Annual Picnic. STATE PREMIERS ON THE JOB. THE DISGRUNTLED SCADDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

The Hnnua! Picnic. U/^J 4"- . STATE PREMIERS ON-THE JOB.. / THE DISGRUNTLED SCADDAN. The Premier oF W«st Australia (Hon. John Scaddan) complains that he has not received an official intimation of the proposal to hold a con ference of Premiers." 1 Mr. Cook (who should have nothing at all to do with the arrangement of such a conference) says Mr. Scaddan will receive no less courtesy from the present Federal Government than he did from its predecessor, though, Mr. Cook says, it is a question whether he is entitled to as much.

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

DR. L„ L. SMITH'S 71 COLLINS STRE3T, SX3L30TJRN3, CONSULTATION Fi:K dncla-Hi:- t«r0 days* Riodiciiif). £1 ls.: by loiter, £1. Br. L. L. SMITH'S MK1MCAL ALMANAC for 19U just puUi&<.<L lV.co 6d. All s>.•<I'*:s mi VITAUTY llililii ? VITAL VICOK fiENEWhl/. NKKVOUS DKBiUTY Ci-'IiTIii, """•"ssys&wapa swaawsw"" "" ALFALME VtTftUTY PSLL8 Sfi™ $/•-. Conner 23>li. vrnJ unotnetvea Advice Frre. ALL CONTAGIOUS 8LOOO OlSEAStS CURED. HERR RASSMUSSEN ,'WMUI <L-S"7 GEORGE ST., SYDKTI OR. RENTE L'3 ViTALiTY PJLL3 New Improved Formula for Extreme Cusc*. 2 h.'.' ti 20'-, foxi fut. FamfiUt foil fret. The triumphant result of years of patient research ami experiment. While in no way differing from the original, these Pills enable the most hopeless cases to be certain of a speedy, safe and sure cure. If you have violated the laws of health, if you are weak, gloomy and despondent, if vou are a physical wreck tac!:in^ ambition 2nd energy, nev...

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

! FROOTQsDS ' Curo Headache, Indigestion, Constipa j tion, and Biliousness. They are elegant [ in appearance and pleasant to take; | tliov are immensely more valuable than i an ordinary kperient; they remove from : tho blood, tissues, and internal organs, ■ waste poisonous matter that ie cloggin;; ; thorn and choking the channels that lead . 10 and from them. Frootoids are | THE BEST ; aperient medicine to take when any Congestion or Hiood Poiuon is present, ( or when Congestion of the 13rain or I Apoplexy is present or threatening. They : have been tested, and have been proved t.) afford quick relief iu such cases when ; other aperients bare not done any good i ;;t all. Frootoids are absolutely un rivalled fox FAMILY use; their beneficial effects are evident by the disappearance of headache — a ( '..right cheery Bene© of perfect health talcing tho place of sluggish depressed ('•.•elinys, by the liver acting properly, and !•>• tho food being properly digested, l-'rootoida ere a v...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
STIFLED SPEECH SCANDAL: Concerning Those Raucousvoiced Boo-Hoos, Who Seek to Silence Political Sprulkers [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

STIFLED SPEECH SCANDAL: Concerning Those Raucous" voiced Uoo-Hoos, Who Seek to Silence Political Sprulken Tho most infernal nuisances of modern timos, to tho man who doesn't go through the world eternally looking for argument or'bill, are election-meeting howlora. It must bo n great thing to possess a ohivvy ^ hard as tite rump of u rhinoooroa and a pair of lungs of about tho same capacity as a bull do pliant; but fellows with appurtenances of this kind ought to bo restrained, by Act of Parliament if necessary, from in terfering with tho peace of less gener ously eudowod members of tho com munity. Tho avorago person—that i% tho individual with intelligence enough to welcome, in hia own interests, tho best kind of government, v.herover it comes from—goes to a political meeting to hear what tho vote-solicitor has to say for liiinsolf. If tlie said vote-chaser is tl>o biggest blatherskite this side of Yarra Bank, it is a fair tiling to hear his propositions and givo him a clear run ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DEFENCE EXTRAVAGANZA. Flash Furniture for Feather-Bed Fighters. The Military College Contracts. Making the Deah Boys Comfortable. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

DEFENCE EXTRAVAGANZA. Flash Furniture for Feather-Bed Fighters. Tbe Military College Contracts. ■Making the Deak Boya Comfortably Towards the clone of th© last Federal ' I session tliere was a loud squeal rof.ard- : Lns th© financial aspect of tho defonc© extravaganza. Naturally those that got i | tho money to play with protected that ; j thoy couldn't dream of wasting a brass j ! forthing, much Icks a golden nuidlot, i but some little item* that havo insisted | on coming to light s^orn to show that: : tiioro was some reason for the afore- ; [ mentioned squeal. The last issue of tlie j | "Commonwealth Gayxjtto*' notifies tl» } acceptance of certain tondors, including j those for some of the furnishings of the I i Royal Military College at Duntroon. j | This institution purports to bo for th© i • training of tho future commanders of i Australia's army, but if everything con- 1 ; nocted with it is to bo on tho same an | parently lavish scale as the furniture it gives more promise of b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RADIUM AND CANCER. CAN CANCER BE CORED? IMPORTANT & INTERESTING INTERVIEW WITH DR. O'HARA. His Recent Trip to Europe. What He Then Saw and Now Says. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

* CAW CANCER BE CORED? IMPORTANT & INTERESTING INTERVIEW WITH DR. O'HARA. His Recent Trjp to Europe. What He Then Saw and Now Says. Publio attention of lato has boun fo toussod upon radium. It has boun baJod as a Curo tor L'anoor. Ubo mat ter has boon in ado tho subject ol dis cussion by nsodio.il societies and other *cientilio'boii.o:*, of whicn the cubic ha.> kept this Commonwealth supplied, Tho PfOlns has laloiy teomed with isocounts t>f rosearch and ©xponmonud work with radium. Kuroj>oan hospitals and in fctitut.ons havo bemi gp.-ciully o.-.tab tlshod and endowed for tho purpoio. Anything authoritative couocrni»i; tlus tnarvellous metal's wonderiul virtue as *ft pain-killer and lifosawr is road with aridity nnd interest. 'I li'u is especially tho c;ts« amoUR Australian:*, who »ro ftach onprmous meat-eaters—tho cham pion bipedal carnivore ol tho world—as to bo peculiarly suseeptiblo to carci nomatous jrrow ths and cnnceroua taint. Tho cable has kept the citizens ...

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