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VATICINATIONS. Caulfield (Saturday). Hawthorn Hurdle. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

Caulfield (Saturday). Hawthorn Hurdle. VTIDDEN* 1 DOMINICIA JJ 2 THE MAJESTIC NUT 3 Koakaribb Trial. COOLAIIATOXQ 1 WTNETH 2 KURUAKAI ... ... 3 Anniversary Handicap. WALLALO 1 ATORA 2 sTLVAXiror.a 3 Rowena Steeplechase. FOSTEUTON : 1 TTIK GUIDE 2 BANSHEE 3 Holiday Stakes. ADORN 1 SAVANNAH - 2 DON SOI.YO 5 " Tooronga Handicap. CUULl ...' — - 1 TWO ALES - 2 OOTACAJTDND 3

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
STRYCHNENE SOUP. Sensation at Salvarmy Home. Water from Kettle and Soup Have Bitter Taste. Crystals in Kettie Would Kill Twenty People. The Mystery Unsolved. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

STRYCHS^E SOUP. Sensation at Salvarmy Home, j Water from Kettle and Sonp Have j bitter Taste. Crystals in ICcttio ATouId Kill Twenty People. Tha Mystery (Tnsclvcd. \ ?'l fcr boiliv? to !cii; 15 to is just aeon: a; ?:nn.iin^ a discovery as auy- : one would c~re to n;n!;e. yet that is -rvl;it lr.9 been cn*.:atn^ ?. ir.ra! siir at the Salvarrcy Home iu Unisa-stseet, West One evening. about a w-'ck 2?o, zy.ip '. liad bc-^n prej.r.vc;! for xb~ ctcuI:]^ meal, but ; vhen two of the officers bad tasted it, pre. ! pnratory to il3 bcin^ eerred, they found it ■ Tery fj BITTER AXD UN*?AT.A T A B L H, ! end it was thrown out. thereby, in the IL'it • of Fubsequtnt diicoveriai.'s, avoiding cn 1 a-wfuJ tragedy. The following rreuing the •water from the kettle in the kitchen was ' found to have the came bitter taste, and the ofiLccrs, detcrn:ir<to td!v; the mystery, , co.rerulir ' the t":- .- md cr.amir'd ' the inside of the o111c. On tlio bottom they found a uutnber of whilo crystals, wh...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TURF Weights, Entries, &c. Racing Calendar. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

Weights, Entries, &c. Kacinpr Calendar, JANUARY. AV. V.A.T.C. Races. ?.o, 2«t Geclong Races. 26. WilliamstoTTD Racei.

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

On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. I Fine, crisp morning, and plenty domg; tracks iti good order. Monodia led off, und concluded eorao jiac > in.? on the tan with five furlongs in 1.8. i Malvaceous did useful pacing. Graud Charm went along for live furlongs iu 1.12, and Prizefighter <11. Juckson) hit out for a milo ana three furlongs on the tail in 2.341. | Cuhna was nothing liko on his top vfhUe : going seven furlongs in 1.41. Luudoyne and KoyiU Silver ulso had suincthing iu band wh:le running a funong lew in 1.25, and Antoinette, lleros, Maloja, and Lord Myraui were all at unco work. Loch Amos was let oil easily. Avoca and Barfleur bit cut a bit, and Wynctb ran six furlongs iu 1.21$, while Master Prudence and Convoy spurted half a mile on the tan in 56. Caius was 52i, Dhuldul 54, Split Kock 53, and Ostrcs?a and Ma Gosse 54 for the jaroe distance. Du^l went at about an even time pace, and : Lucy Barr tT. Woods) had a tcboo] c.er J hurdles, I Wolawa and Audacity bit o...

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

Filzroy (Monday). Novice Handicap. lisheex — ... 1 c.vpsu1i ~ ... 2 royston 3 13.3 Handicap. aldington ~ ... 1 guidance - 2 red rose ~ :« 3 a 4.1 Handicap. imperialist l little wallace 2 l.d 3 Fitzroy Handicap wuunouna — ■ i rose mttmel ... — ... 2 kedlaxd ._ 3 14.0 Handicap. lady cassey 1 bow axkow 2 nancy 3 14.2 Handicap. una gray 1 popgun 2 imip.y widow 3

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

TURF TATTLE. j Caul£eld to-day. Fitxroy on Monday. Geelcng on Friday and Saturday, t Bcnalla and Rochester on Wednesday, t Backers had rather a rough time of it at ; Aspendale. I The imported mare Irish Twist ii again in I residence at Flcmington. # i Six furlonjs again proved a bit too far for Lipola in the Aspendale Plate. • Tho Kilniore meutinc on Wednesday was the bo?t held there lor many years. Th? Meuschikof; geldin;; Lucky Bean won the two principal events at Newstead. J. Fir.'Ider has again get the 2-year-old filly Lanccretto in hand at Flemington. Veterinary Surgeon Norman Meyers has recently gelded Tintagd and Gallantry. The steeplechaser Statist ician has not been seen on the track, at Caulfieid for some weeks past. The CaulSeld horses Lord Demean and Porch 2-re at Bacchus Marsh enjoying a spfll. The very useful Tbo.t gelding Jeinlah is wcrk'ng apaia a; Fleinir-gtan, after having G.R.D.. who stared favorite for the Stcrpyrhnsc at Aspendale, ran off after At Caulfield C. C...

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

FITZROY RAGING CLUB. FITZROY RAGES.. FITZROY RACES. XPitzroy Racecourse. MONDAY NKXT, JAN. 19. First Event Starts at 2,30. TBA-NSIT— Cabs from City. Clifton Hill*NorthcoU Train Serrice from Bourke-ttreet. Ordinary Train leaves Prince'* Bridge Station at 1.25; Special leates at 1.43. Fare* —First return, 5d.; second return, JJANDOWN PARK RACES. and upwards, 8st. 31b. Usual allowances. Five furlongs. £150.—TUB SANDOWN PLATE and PURSE. Divided equally into two stakes. Sii furlongs, £130.—SANDOWN PARK HANDICAP. One mite. £80.—'JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. For horses that hare started in auy hurdle race or steeplechase prior to the tim« of entry. One mile and a quarter. ALL NOMINATIONS, 10a. $XTK1E3 CLOSE before 6 p.m. on MON DAY, JANUARY 19, -witb the Secretary, Sandovrn Park office, V.R.C. Buddings, 491 Bourke-stroet. "Handicaps declared Thursday, January 29. R. S. 1LUTLAND, Hacdicapper. U. P. CONSIDINE, Secretary. J. WHEN, General Macagex.

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

NEWS AND NOTES. Matt Wclla and McCoy meet at the Syd ney .Stadium on Saturday night. • « • "Dodger" Ityaa goes to Sydney next week to defend hij title against "Toting" Eolden. ^ The two Smiths—Dava and Jeff—ir« to meet at the Bushcutteri Bay Stadium on February 21. ^ "Boxer-Major's* awouat of tie Summers* McCormick c.ash at the Sydney Stadium will ba found on another page. • * * • Herb McCoy, who has been goring nch a tatU of hij quality in other parts, will toon again be seen in action in Melbourne. # * * Charlie Simpson and George Taylor are to contcst tho featherweight championship of Victoria in the near future, Baker's Sta dium being lie fenuo. Bill Lang has started road work in prepar ation for the match ho hat been promised with McGoorty. The date cf tho contest haj do; yet been fixed. , Eddie McGoorty's second opponent in Australia is to bo tho hard-hitting Pat Bradley, tho contest baring betn Hied for February 7, at Sydney. * * * Joo Ilussell, who was beaten by Pet«r Fitr^e...

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

WILLIAMSTOWN RACING CLL'D. ANNIVERSARY DAY MEETING. MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1914. ENTRIES CLOSE at C p.m. on MONDAY, JANUARY 19, for the following events:-— HUUDI.E RACE, 100 sovs. Noifl. 10s. -Two miles. MAIDEN PLATE, 100 tors. Ncm.*:10s. W.f.a. Five furlongs. FOUNDATION DAY CUP, 400 sors. Nom. 1 sot. Oho mile and three furlonps. STEEPLECHASE, 150 «ora. Nom. 1 tor. * Two milrs. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP, 200 rots. Norn. 1 so?. One mile. WELTER*HANDICAP, 100 ton. Noxo. 10s. Six furlongs. _ , % _ C. P. ORE, Stcrolafy. Telethons 279T 491 Bourk«*#tr»«i. BAKER'S STADIUM Personal Direction BEG. L, ("SNOWY") BAKES. NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 17, »t 8.30 p.m., CHEAT INTERNATIONAL FEATHERWEIGHT CONTEST. "BOYO" CHARLIE DR1SCOLL v. SIMPSON (England). (Victoria). Preliminary Contest fit 8 o'clock sharp. PRICES: 10s. (Reserved Chairs), 6s., 3s., 2t, SATURDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 24, - WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD. TOM McCORMICK v. WALDEMAR HOLBERO. THE PEOPLE'S HEALTH INSTITUTE, 1* NICHOLSON STREE...

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

CAUIiFIELD. TUESDAY. Grass cpen for spccial gallops; other tracks in excellent coiac order. Weather fine and rather cold. On tho grafi, Lord Capukt started pro ««*dbni by tuily d»f«*fexQc Birt* T*m« I over tlirco furlongs in 39. Meritui slrodo | along at n bjuuU pace. 1'iukcrum (Tiiisicy) was rcsponstbiu for livo turloujjn ivi 1.4i» Miss Ciower (Clurke) wus a long way m front ; of HuuonUt over the same courso iu 1.5$, j Ucwucrry fairly donkey-licked Liquation over j threc-quurteri of a uulo iu 1.19^—thu fnstest 1 gallop of tho morning. KaUilua (It. Came I ron) wns go»ug comfortably over furlongs I iu 1.20£. Jiuilo (B. Spam) beat, siwauk (L, 1 L'uton) over half a mito iu 54. Sea Princo was icspousible for a mile aud a quarter iu : 2.1bi, easily done. Bullie B. was not timed. Upright (R. Cameron) bad littlo difficulty in runuuig thrce-quurters of a mile in 1.21£, Two Ales (Baird) rattled off tbc satno dis tance ia 1.291. Kltham was a lone way itt frout of Stephanos over half a mile iu...

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

FOR THE LIVER. Poople who roller from liver disorder* wiH find the following letters very interesting : — From Mrs. Ellea Waters, Forest Raugo, South Australia. "Twentv years ago I was very ill. I could not keep my food down, not even & drink of water. I was bad like this for nearly three months. The doctor made mo wean iny child, as he said, that I hid abscesses on | rny liver, and eJmt I would have to have j '.hern exit out. I was in the hospital at the 1 time. The doctor told mo to f*ke my baby 1 hom*. and come back again. I bad about 15 ; milrB to travel by coach, and some kind wo I n»au in the coach told me of Warner's Safe J Cure. She nsked me to try it before I went j b ic!: to the hospital. 1 did so. I took three ; bottle.', and, thank God, I uever have had I t«> be cut about by any doctor and have 1 never suffered in the same way 1 .Vrom Mr. J. Maddcrn, 5T Oaborne-streefc, j Wdliamstown, Victoria. i ' "Souio time e£o I was attacked with a ipiin under my shoulder ...

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

PRETTY PICTURES, Town ClorU Ogdoo, Ai WUliarastcnm this gentleman The civic magnate! rules, Which isn't any easy task, Bccaaso the; ain't no fools. 'Well Tcircd in municipal law is h<y— Ho quickJy puts 'cm right; But ho is always suite Bind nice-' . So cavil and polite.

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

Constablo Caldwell.' The strongest man in all the foorde It Caldwell, lockup keepor; He'U stand no "aass" from head or peb., Or drab or drowgv sleeper. HaU run 'em in and lock 'cm up, And make 'em all befc&rc, And yet, withal, be'U treat 'em right, And not u serf or ilavo.

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

Karl-Klcye. Francatdli, City Cafe, In ti« Centreway, Karl KJeye, genial boaa thereat, WUJ not »ay you nay. If you want a tip-top lunch, Or dinner for your paJft, He*t Um boy to urre it up To the boys and gala.

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

SECRET MSSTOHY THE SI Why Should a Family Sewing SVSachme Cost THIS IS A. MATTER TOR THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE'S SERIOUS CON SEWING MACHINES aro produced in countries where labor and materials or© considerably cheaper than in Australia. Now in Australia, though 6omu import cheap-mado machines under patriotic Australian name - in hones to mnko tho p<x»plo bol.o department store machines or any other machine t^at will not show its factory name and trade mako. Thoro is uo duty on sowinj -a tirophead machine no matter what name or uiaJ&e, dooa not ooat more than oao-t-hird of £14 10s. Why t.liou aro thov wo de.aj ? of irJling or di«tribctioa u too high. 10s.? ID Li RATI ON. Z machines r Tho o of oheap To produce ia tho co»t BROWN, lato Singer, Manager, let the cat oat of tho bag when he stated that:—-"The actual coot value of a machine sold in Australia for £14'10*. would not bo oyer £2 10s.,. uad wslb invoiced to Australia for £8 10a. Boo the following chpping takon from...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TIN IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. A Languishing Industry. The Latest Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

TIN IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. A Languishing Industry. The Latest Discovery. CBt ••ToTTitorian.1') Mr, T, G. Oliver has recommended the dow tinfield in tho Northern Territory to tho Minister for Hxternal Affairs as a place to erect a Stat*? battery. Mr. Oliver said ho had not been to tho field ; himself, but hp had had conversations 1 with minors, who had boon there. and they espressed the opinion that it was the best tin show yet brought to light in the Territory. Mr. Glynn said lie had to bo cautious in tho matter of ex penditure of money for a State battery. Tho permanency or otherwise of tho field had to bo taken into consideration in thi3 connection. It was tho experi ence of most countries where tin was worked, and it was so in North Quoeas : land, that when tlio mineral gave out at ' shallow depths it was found again as the bhafts went down, and continued in evidence until tho crauito was reached. No adequate tests to prove this, as re garded tlie Territory, had been made. 'J...

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

LACTOBACILLINE is prepared under the authority and scien tific control of FEOFESSOIt MT-TCHXIKOFF, the famous scientist -whoso discoveries bare revolutionised the art of medicine. By its use the putrefactive bacilli in the iutcstinil tract a-ro destroyed, and a condition of PERFECT HEALTH ia obtained. LACTOBACILLIXE U prescribed and used by tens of thousands j of Physicians, and hundreds of thousatds of ! paUcma have testified to its ruluf. Lacto> ' baciliine not only cans, it prevents disease. { LactobaeilUue is prepared in tablet form. ! Price, 5s, 6d. per box, containing eipbt | cylinders of tablets. Each packajjc bears the \ Words, ''Le Ferment seul Fournisseur du i Professur MetchnikoQ," without which noao ! are Genuine It can be obtained through any chcmist, : or direct from the Depot Societe le Ferment, ; Safe Deposit Buildings, 90 Quran-rireot, I Ufl&oarti*.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
M'INTYRE'S ADVENTURES With Amy, Ada, and Bludger. Badly Bliked and Biffed. A Duo of Occupants Dealt With. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

F/iiNTYRE'S ADVENTURES i With Amy, Ada, and Bludger. Badly linked and Biffed. A Duo of Oixupauts Dealt With. | Ajjjj Rett, who admitted that sho a • member of the 'Scarlet Sisterhood,** wa» I not represented by a le-gal adviser at the ■. | Pitzroj Court on Monday when she appeared I I beforo Dr. A. Wheeler (chairman) and Sir. J. McMahon, J&.P., charged with baring j taken down one of her aal« clients foe a sovereign. With tear* in b-r saucer eyes the salacious the pleaded not guilty, prom- , ising is almost the same breath that she 1 would never do it again If the gentlemen , up above would only let ber go this time. George Mclntyre, who appeared on the witness stand with a sack apron dangling in front of him, stated that he was a licensed earner reading at the corner of Blythe and Nicholson streets, East Bruns wick. On Saturday night, while silting down in Nieholaon-^trect waiting for a 1 tram, be was accosted by the young lady before the court, who sought to induce him to ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EX-CR. ROBB IN TROUBLE. Falls Foul of Railway Officials. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

EX-CR. R0B8 IN TROUBLE. Fails Foul of Railway Officials. According to evidence given by railway officials beiore Dr. Cole, J?.M. and a bcuch Of houorary magistrates at Northcoto on {Monday, James Kobb, who. is a well-known and highly rcspeelcd local citizen aud an €r-couacillor of tho local municipal body, xuust haTo had a mental aberration on November 19 to hare behaved in the man ner he v>ns alleged to have done, lie was charred with hav tou railway ei-'iao insulting words. Mr. li. Nolan prosecuted on behalf of the Department, and Mr. li. 11. Fallow ap peared lor defendant, wiio pleaded not guilty. Charles Deal, special inquiry officer, said that on November IS last he and Kdwin EMilne, another efiickt! with a similar impos ing title, arrived r.r. Crovou Elation by the 4.35 p.f.-i. amvn irain. 'J'i:cy proceeded to ivards the down end platiorm,. and noticed i the defendant w.-'Ii.iur aero?? the line, slight- ; ly behind fc'pvcia! ClucLer Molcuiy. Witney Trent up to defendant, 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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