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IDEAL IN THE HOME THE VEEDEE For Self=Treatment. FREE TREATMENT AT THE INSTITUTE. STILL IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

u For Self=Treatment. FREE TREATMENT AT THE INSTITUTE. STILL IN MELBOURNE. Although it was the intention of tho Voodoo Specialist* to leave Molbourno Bt tho ond of tho year, so great has boon tho demand for thoir services that thoy have decided to prolong thoir stay, and they nr© tharcforo still Iicro, giving frco treatments daily to patients nt tho Institute. Tho fame of tho Voodoo gets greater tho longer they stay. Sufferers who liav© guined relief through tho uso of tho "Littlo Steel Doctor" aro not slow to- tell thoir friends, and these frionds in turn como to ace for thorn* eel 03 what tho Voodoo can do and in turn toll ether friends, and so tho circlo of Veodoo tup porters widens from day to day. FOR SELF USE IN THE HOME. Tho Vcedoo is undoubtedly tlio ideal bom© doctor. In hundreds of homes it has replaced tho old array of bottles of i drugs and boxog of pills that used to bo ! requisitioned whenever any member of , tho family had an ache or a pain or felt I off vcolor. Its w...

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

u1uti1 chktu:ication wanted. Thomas SUnfield, LU'ydale, says:— There ia an old toau up here o?er 70 years of age, having armed here by the siiling &lup William Stewart, but be can not tiud. his birth curti£saic; and, al though he has worked around these parts for over 50 years, he is refused the o'd age pension on account of uot being ablo to P-'otc his age; so if you could Jet me bare .the information as to -what .-'oar this ship was trading &4 & passenger &hip 1 might be able to find his birth in the passenger lists of the same, and do the old fellow s good turn. If tho old man has worked in the Lillydide district for 50 years, he should be able to Hud some "old inhabitant'' to testify that he was a young man of about 20 years or oTer when be arrived. We cannot gire the year regarding the ship William Stewart, but some of our readers may bo able to F.upp!y Mr. Stanfield with information on the subject.

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

wants to learn, A correspondent from Mount Cotterell, Binning h'.mself "Ambitious," asks "Truth*' I a series of questions, thus: — Can you te'l tzio tvhich is the best dic tionary, sud where and at what price I can obtain it? I would like n dictionary that would give the nouns in their singu l^r and plural forms, the adjectivcs in their different forms as different degrees of comparison, and th® verbs in their ilif r fereut forme of tense; and a'so giving examples showing the different uses of tho«e words that have two or more dif fercn: inesnings. Do you know if there is such a oner I wish to increase my vo'c-uulary, and am desirous of obtain ing easa in writing, tor, owing to fear of misusing a word, and (he Jack of exact understanding of certain phrases, I cannot express myself as clearly hs I would like. May I a«k you for a little advice to help we in my aim? The use of such phrases as 'having rezard to." "in respect of," an1 ethers must be a great help in writin?, b::t I cannot...

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

AN OLD AGE PENSION QUESTION. A Brunswick correspondent states Uie cas& of «a old damo who wishes to obtain an old age pension. It appears that she duly applied for a pension, but was refused on the ground that her husband, aged 65, was able to support bar. The husband is now, however, it is alleged, out of work. Tbo facta stated arc rather meagre, and there may bo some other matters within t-he know ledge of the authorities; but, prima facie, the old dame is entitled to a pension if she :b over €0 years of age, has been domi ciled in Australia for the requisite period, and can show thit her total income from all sources (with tbs pension added) docs not exceed. £50 per annum.

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

SALE OF BOARDINGHOUSES. "East Melbourne" comp'ainj mcnt agents' methods in regard to the aalo of boarding* : housw. He says thej mala those for vtfbm they are «ting sign an agreement whereby tho latter undertake not to «ntcr into or become indirectly interested in any otJwr boardinj-hous-.* proposition for 12 months. This our correspondent considers unreason. , able. He would not object to a propinqui. | tous area being1 made tabu for the period i named, but thinks it too strong to include 1 tbe wbcle of MeJbnurne and suburbs, and prnct:c:il!y th? v.'holo State, in Ihc prohibi tion. He, however, uocs not r.ppeir to' un derstand thr*t there is no compulsion on tho subject. If vendors and purchasers I c^roe to any ether terms or conditions, they ! may do ?o. If {he agents' czrecmenis are j objoctioinblo, tbe nccnta' events Irave the | remedy in their own bands.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CAFE PORTER RUNS AMOK. And is Mulct in Damages. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

I CAFE PORTER RUNS AMOK. And is Alula in Damages. In tho City Court on ilonday, Mr. P. J. Dvryer, P.M., pn s ding, a man named Adam Kcnurd/ Kirk proceeded arjaicsi an other young fellow named Edward Walls, ou chargu* of assjuit and wilful damage to , property. Dcteudaut, who was charged on summons, did not appear. Mr. N\ U. Sou euborg represented the complainant. The latter deposed that ho and accused, who wai a porter employed at the Sjtoj Cafe, bad bfrcn rt3:d.ng at a bouse kepi by a Mias Dobcrly at ,52 Victoria-street, and oc cupied the aaine room. On January 6 hj (Kirk) came home to his lodging end dis covered defendant, who wai cl:»d only in bis ihirt, lennirijj out oF the window trying to attract the attention of a ilra. Hibbert, a lady occupy ng a roorn opposite. Ho remon strated with defendant, ■wb-Tc.ipon the lat ter usod .bad lan^ruage, and ndopted a fight ing attitude. There was * lamp upon the table, and during the he (witness) told defendant to be cireful lest he over t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PODMORE'S PECUNIARY PRANKS. Was O'Regan Charged Extortionate Interest? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

PODMORE'S PECUNIARY PRANKS. Was O'ReRan Charged Extor. lionate Interest ? Ooorjo Hoary Podmore, » waSWtitoTO monoy-louder, currying on business at 31-H Bridge-road, B-ehmond, m tho defendant in an action brought against hira in the Richmond Police Court on Wodnwisy by Thomas O'Rogan, a machinist liting at 53 Crown-street, Richmond. 0'TU-«an claimed tho sum of £7 8.. 6d„ representing, b= declarod, eiMuiTe interest cbargcd by de fendant in reaped of a loan of £S. The caso was heard before Messrs. IWrgcss and Stead, Ja.P., Mr. Hoare appslrins for the oomplainanl «ad Mr. LTialrange tor tho de fendant. Mr. Hoax©, in tUting eaae w w 1 client, declared that tho cm» was the Gist of ill land that bad e'W »rae before a metropolitan Court. Under the Money lender Act, the Court, of Petty Seasons had power to r&-open any MOSEY-LENDINO TRANSACTION | prorictiH? that it bad not been dosed more j than 1?- months and if tho Bench came to the colclusion that a borrower had been overcharged, an...

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)
STRIKE OFF. HOBART, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

STRIKE OFF. HOBAKT, Wedncrday. Wiser counsr-U h:viiifr prevailed her.?, the strike is now practically o-:r, liuotjrpers baring asTec-d to accept per 1,000. "ens," and jobbing hands £5 3s. per week. drawn up to that effect. There is every probability that 'he Launccston men will agreo to similar terms.

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)
SITTING ON A SEE=SAW, OR THE SORROWS OF SOLOMON. HOBART, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

SITTING ON A SEE-SAW, OR THE SORROWS OF SOLOMON. • (FROM "TROTH'S" TASMANIA* CORRESPONDENT.) HOBART, Tuesday. , I a iiio Ucmson by-olooUon has resulted i iu precisely tho manner forecasted last i week in these columus. The popularity ! of Laborito Shoridan won the contort for his party. The majority was only 111 votes; but tho election has docided the fate of tho Government, and a Eoueral election is now unavoidable. Both parties! in tho House of Assem bly, aro lo strong. Noithcr side can carry on responsible Government, when to elect a Speaker fromjts own ranks would bo to throw itself into a minority, lly r. majority of 111 votes tho electors | of Denison liave decided for'a re-shuillo i of the political cards. Some features of the polling were in- j terestinj:, though, on account of tho | newspaper rtriko, tlio results have been allowed to pass with very little in the way of day-he criticism. Tho counting of tho first votes on the ballot papers They're balnnccd now, n«hanRin£ on ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
GAS COMPANY EMPLOYEE And the Second Mrs. Smith. Much Matrimonial Misery. Beaks Give the Parties Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

i GAS COMPANY EMPLOYEE And the Second Mrs. Smith. Much Matrimonial Miser;. Beaks Give the Parties Advica. I Gladstone Smitb, a rc-spcctable man of , middle «£e, employed. at the Metropolitan ; Gas Works, appeared before the District : Court Ltouca (Messrs. P. Blashki, chairman, I J J. Rogers, and Geo. Jones, Js.P.) on Mon 1 day on three informations. One was for the support of bis second wife, Alice Smitb, of 77 Jcficott-strect, West Melbourne, and an other for the support of their two chiJdrcn. The third plaint was in tie nature of an ! application by the wife to baye defendant ; bound over to keep the peace towards ber. : Mr. S. Stephen appeared for the complain j ant; Smith was not represented by counsel. In support of tb? latter charge, complain ant told the court that cu December 15 de fendant had threatened to cut ber throat. They were married on May 16. 1SCG, vand had two children. Tuere were also residing with her two s.ep-childrt-u, daughivrs of de fen^nt b7 bis first wife....

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

CUBED of CHRONIC SMIIISAH31 BY THE CONSISTENT USE OF Ur, Fnt^D. DIAMOND, J P., cf"o. 6 Si ?„sK;.er?SiaS.S^ of the eldest n:-d l>c^:-knov.*a fcrrrj a^cr.i* cf N.S.W. lis suffrred from o^bj^ksluTzrii>tci'h% ifri: thri« fail.-i! aali! trieri this Mood l^rifvir.jLiu-d cine. How Ions it toe* to rui his v. 'tfn oi His j>o:son*whicii Caus;d u:s vnin and tor Uicui is Lebt tcld in hU »T7awo:d*; Te CLIENTS TOMC LTD., ' Frjai War t* t;.e tad el Ociohtr, J1SJ2. I posies viih scale MUSCULAR RsEU;.!ATI5H. Askles, ksees, tad tiau'ier joist* were Dalies and r-air.fal, witli eseruciatl&e pahs ia toy bid. 1 v.t-3 ia a vretcied tod Lc!?!i}» ccscHioa, conld acarcely *tacd, i cca?Ui«]/ lest appetite *ud Veil ijaia, c«3c'u*ieil to try CLEMENTS TONIC, I ba J read to tracb el whit it fcr.d dose. ! r/;0?I FELT A WONDERFUL 1«. FLl/EKCE. I rapidly uopro7ed. \Vtea Ibid fiaisLtd tny tecoad large bolUe lii twclKrg of ibe joiati aad pya» ia tor tick left ne, cay appetite retBiredr aid 1 slept we!...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BIFFED BY A BOARDER. Landlady Objects to Time-Payment Collectors, But Speaks at Inopportune Time—And is Twice Assaulted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

BIFFED BY A BOARDER. Landlady Objects to Time-Payment Collectors, I But Speaks at Inopportune Time— \ And is Twice Assaulted | Most people are a bit s^osiiire about their ; dealings with time-payment- and such-iika , institutions being noised abroad, and when ' one South Melbourne lady inadvert-eatly put another away the other da?, thcr-i was a > rex, the story of which was told in thu South Melbourne Court on Monday before Messrs. Clare-borough and Dunbar, Js.P., Mrs. H. Dourlas proceeding against Mrs. E. ■ Crook for assault. Mr. W. Rogers appeared , for the complainant, but there was no ap- ! pearance of the defendant, cither personally | Era Dou;laa. ?. neat, q-jietly-spoken young ■ woman, residing at 401 Coventry-street, < which, by the way, is the abode alfo of the defendant, said that on the 5th inst. she met Mrs. Crook and a couple of her aunts in Clarendcn-street. "We fcad a little argu. ment.," went on the complainant demurely, I Uuid because SHE WAS BOWLED OU...

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)
DAY-LIES AND WAGES. The Hobart Printers' Strike. How It Could Have Been Avoided. Extraordinary Newspaper Policy. HOBART, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

DAY-LIES AND WAGES. The Hobart Printers' Strike. How It Conld Have Been Avoided. Extraordinary Newspaper Policy. ! (From 'Trath'i" Tastnanian Correspondent.) i HOBAET, Tuesday. The extraordinary feature about the Tas- j mmian newspaper strike baa been that tho ' employers, whilst willing; almost as soon aa j the demand was made, to concede a rifle in j rates of pay, equal to 10a. per week, to men 1 already roccirinjj an avorajo of £5 10s. per ' week, strenuously refused a riso of Es. per week to equally skilled men who wer© being paid only £3 per week. One of tho prin cipal sourccs of trouble in tho Tastnanian printing frado has bcon jealousy between tho jobbing hands, who are paid a regular . weekly wage of CO?., and the linotype opera* j tors, !io aro p-:id on piecework, and who nvcrage at ler«^ 110s. weekly all the : year round, including holidays and times of sickness The employers offered a concep tion which would ltuve exaggerated this unjustifiable discrepancy. A* further ex ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"TRUTH'S" LETTER BOX. DID DAN O'LEARY "WALK" IN AUSTRALIA? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

"TRUTH'S" LETTERBOX. DID DAN O'LEAUY "WALK" IN AUSTRALIA? J. F. O'Callaghan, Barkly-avcnue, Heidel berg, writes to say, in regard to a question propounded in "Truth" by Jerry O'Keefo, that "Banid O'Lcary, at that time tbo long distance champion walker of tho world, walked in Australia in the yoar 1883. lie arrived by tho ship Eldcnhopo. In tho i&sno of tbo 'Sportsman' of January 31, 1883, a portrait of him and also his principal per formances appear."

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

I10RSE-BBATERS. A correspondent writes:^-"Down at wharves and clsewbero some firms of carriers | oro notorious for cruelty to the boric* cm* j ployed in their trad©. The roost fiendish drivers amongst theso firms' employees at* | considered llio best men. A man employed j near the wharves at the continuation of Flinders-street say9 that Victoria has nu unenviable notoriety for cruelty to animala. When 1 asked why no one brought the of* fenders under the notice of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Uiii man said the firuis wcro wealthy." I

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

CHILD CONSCRIPTION C. Itanna writes to denounce the treat* ment meted out to those boys who refuse to drill under the Child Conscription Act for conscience flake, and thinks it is the acme of irapudenco for Labor members, who, as a party, arc the authors of tho Act, to expect freedom-loving men and women to roto for them. Ho concludcs by averring that the compulsory drill which is imposed on Australian boya is worse than the lyran» nies imposed upon its citizens by autocratic Russia.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
V.A.T.C. MEETING. Programme of Events. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

V.A.T.G. MEETING. Programme of Events. The following is Ibo pro^mtnine of cvcnta to bo dcdJed at Oaulficld this (Saturday) afternoon: — HAWTHORN HURDLE. • Two Uiks and 64 Yard*. Majestic Nut 11 7 UoUfisU 9 13 Jac!; London 10 15 Blind Marry 9 11 Douius 10 13 Kncli. States 9 9 Widuen 10 ii Autumua 9 ? Oom nieirm ... 9 13 ttarrawa 9 0 Kecoliect 9 13 Arcidiua 9 0 KOAKAKIim TRIAL. Six Fiirlonsv Mi.«* Hi-Jion ... 7 11 Linuidation ... 7 5 7 11 l'wlsburjjh... — 70 W.Micth 7 4 Dolihyris ... ... 7 0 Kltliani 7 4 Poppcia 7 0 CooUmator.s 7 4 Egotism 7 0 Kurr.ikai 7 4 l'ermckcty... _ 7- 0 Flori 7 4 Campus. 7 0 Patey 7 4 ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP. One Mile auj Three Furlongi. Koy.-.l Scotch 9 5 Sylvatunore ... 7 5 The Pcrisi-ui 8 13 Roscxicw 7 5 Walialo 8 9 Delphic 6 15 Atorrv 8 9 B.iril of Axon 6 7 Prizefighter ... 8 4 Honodia ... ... 6 7 i3i:i.boIo 7 13 Napkipb ... ...6 7 Gladrrya 7 9 llOWENA STEEPLECHASE. About Two Miles. Banshrc 11 3 The Guide ... 9 U Kins Darius 10 7 Uclcnus 9 11 Fosterton 10 3 P...

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