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RORTY RAGTIME. MUJIK IN THER' AIR. Worry at the Wentworth Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

MUJIK IN THER' AIR. Worry at the Wentworth Hotel. (From "Truth's Sydney Correspondent.) Hannah Maclurcan, the licensee of the   Wentworth Church Hill, was sum-   moned to the Water Court before Mr. Love, S.M., on Monda, for having per mitted dancing on her premises on De cember 4. Mr.Linton, who defended, did   not deny the facts, but claimed that no offence wasn committed. Sub-Inspector D. Stephen told the   Magistrate that he called on defencdant   on the day mentioned in the information,   and drew her attention to an advertise-   ment in that day's "Herald," relating to HANNAH MACLURCAN.   some dancing contests being held at the Wentworth. Defendant said she   KNEW NOTHING   about it but that the manager of the ef tlit,- hotel was tea fur ti. n:ul t! .-.i .su-ph'in. if ho i chose. could '•uH b.uk and him. That j eVeldir-', at hr.lJ'-l :..'i S I'Ylocit...

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

Cr. Langdon.   Hero is Langdon of Fitzroy, A thinker, not a skite, Ever ready to do or die To defend the right. A most important councillor Is this bright Langdon chap. Who always says just what he means— No wordy clap-a-trap!

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ENVER BEY. A MUSSULMAN NAPOLEON Knocks at the Gates of Europe. ANOTHER BALKAN BLAZE IMPENDING. How Turkish Drum Taps May Yet Arouse a Wondering World With Blood, Bayonets, and Battleships. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 17 January 1914

ENVER BEY. A MUSSULMAN NAPOLEON Knocks at the Gates of Europe. ANOTHER BALKAN BLAZE IMPENDING. How Turkish Drum Taps May Yet Arouse a Wondering World   With Blood, Bayonets, and Battleships. (By Grant Hervey.)           The war in the Balkans is not yet over. Those who possess the closest knowledge of the Turk, and more especially of the most recent developments in Eastern Europe, may justly doubt if the real struggle has yet begun. What Turkey has been waiting for,   praying for, asking for, ever since the first apparently overwhelming encounters with the Greeks, Servians, and Bulgarians, has been the rise of a new Napoleon—in short, the appearance of a daringlyly able and ag- gressive nationall leader, such as came to the aid of France in her darkest hour, stamping the foes of the young Republic flat. There arc certain signs and portents   which would seem to assert that Turkey ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

your eye on that cut or braise lest it tako bad ways ! Tou can avoid the risk of blood-poisoning by cleansing and healicg the wound at once with is entirely free from unima) oils and fats and mineral irritants; hence its superiority. I3o sure you al vrays get Zam-Buk and keep it HANDY.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY MELBOURNE. Concerning Burke and Wills. The Alleged Narrative by John King—Whose Was the Hand No. 223. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

Concerning Burke and Wills. Tho Allcytvl Xafiulivo by John King—Whoso Was the Hand ( Ilij "Old Chum.") No. 223. (All llig'ut.s Reserved.) I rcsttmo the alleged narrati" ot John K,-Ott >h« 19iii IJanun.v. "61]. *ut" 'Jj" foj; rolled oil ai Bu,t( l rau-lit ;i ^ STZ» ^ * "•■ "**' r"Cu.|U,t.,A. U-Jt* **«• threw away Uio uu-ii * to lif Dipt wUb in vaVbuis rwu oi Ureal Britain- I ],ookmS dovr.1 iil.ni the crassy plains U rcatb. h-rd» of kanSaio<* wore jurtfc, •» the coil it:.niiie:i!y mereasm;: in 1 lilitT. The err.-!: T.hieh 1'''1- w ? was on, ot- the rawer* of thn Cloncurry, or. tn we :-l 1 - rv.*"-■'•=■ discovered it Hinders Hirer. There ~ei •CTMcrbolt* to natural has;ns rocks and »heW wr.- full of beautiful fisli. . MUM of UlCM lib. in w«ishu TV mosses , at the ■water"; eiiu'e were likewise covered ^,-ith -p^'.vn. \V. s'-f-v > Mene- < i = mol:e to . 1he can. and to the »•«:. ami. ai'lM; lev ill" T.'utif.s. made » few 'lay-' purliry. In •ro.'A u..v,-i.. ill"...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
STETSON STUMPED. Juggles with David Jones' Jewellery. AND IS SENT TO SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

STETSON STUMPED. Juggles with David Joaes' Jewel lery. AND IS SENT TO SESSIONS. (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.)' • At the Central Poites Court, cn Wednes day, before Mr. Paytcn, S.M., a young man named William Stinson, 25 y£ars of age, was charged with stealing jewellery, valued-at £32 10s, from his employers, David Jones . and Co., between December 1 and January • 9. Mr, Deery represented accused. Detective Edward O'HciJIy said ;thafc on the morning of tho Dth inst., be spoke to . Stinson at the comer of Barrack and York streets, and asVed wliv, he hadn't returned ; to his work at David Jones and Co.'o that morning. tll was in trouble: I had taken seme stuff, and went away to release It from pawn,1' said Stinson. The detective said a gold chain and sovereign purse were miss ing. "Yes, these nre the articles; I re deemed them," said Stinson, handing them over. A&ked about other jewellery, Sim- . son said: "Yes, I have MADE A MESS OP MYSELF. I've taken two chains and a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE "DELUDERED IMMERGRANT." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

THE " DELUDEaED IMMERGFIANT." (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) "I have been not Ion? around hear from England, and I must say I don't like this country to much. I am living rolght In the Bush, ten miles from Sydney, and with the snakes I hear about and but hasn't seen yet. and the Hazards and frogs scraoking around the plantations, I can't sleep nights. Then the bees, tlto xnosqutatoes, and flees, and fl\en," etc.—<1 ••Heartbroken*' -writes-to' the "Bun." In the wild bush out back o* Cook's River, "Where the frogs and the lizzards do sera ok. I sit threw the dark nlte and shiwer, And with cold pusspurashun I chaofce. I am only a poor pommergranite. That came out threw rftrcesslty's laws. But there carnt be a kuntry worse—can It? Than this blooming Aursetraller «t yours. In the midst of a tropplc plantation, In the heart of the mltey gum treen, There's a son of the great British Nashua Assareted by flies ar.d oy flees. The Mosqutatoes come at me and bite me, And the ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LABOR'S OPPORTUNITY. Libs, and Labs. With Common Objective. Premier Walt Throws Off Pernicious Influences. Conservative Corner in Opposition. Session Opens With Happy Augury. "Truth's" Advice Accepted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

LABOR'S OPPORTUNITY. Libs, and Labs. With Common Objective. Premier Walt Throws Off Pernicious Influences. Conservative Corner in Opposition. Session Opens With Happy Augury. "J'rutiiV Advice Accepted. The summer session of the Stuta Par lament is now in progress, members 1)1 r?-as*«>l>le<l „n TueMlav laat Burin,; tho ,«*«. '-Truth" poi-I hn ,S °? the P0litiral •''Na tion, and tendered sound advice lvhich eventuated in a happy coniutnma 1-T, V Part-V' led b-y -Mr. b"m^th' hS l""*™*1* determined to bu.y the hatchet and smoke the calumet isr r u -Wuu- *b° *» <*<■» ^ofidTv, freofrola capitalistic control and the pernicious influence of putrid press pi.rnps. and who is now eri ently making an earnest endeavor to "tvTTp. on -^"T6 Liberal Un«*- as J„ M ( 0Ut' how it Otiid bo for the party and how detri oTfo™'° "T"" f°r Luhor to form an alliance of any wjth | Conservative Corner. wll0, when tho -Keep are separated from the coats number only a dozen. W...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (IN ADVANCE ONLY): PER ANNUM, 12s.; HALF-YEARLY, 6s.; QUARTERLY, 3s. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (in Adtasob O.ni.t): PER ANNUM, 12s.; HALF-YEARLY, Os.; QUARTERLY, 3s. ilrre vnall Hip Prr." th" Peonlo's rishl miinMJn, Cn&noi bv intiutjtcf n!»hin:irihe<l tiv jraiu. Hprt Patriot Tkctij her cionous nrroepwdr*w, Fledceo to Fraternity, L;bcrtv -ii'J Lai*. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24. 11)1 L

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. {/ Oe?&c/ 2 C<*iy -^zy/TI e/T/ 7a//orj 4 Royal Arcadcfld THAT'S OUR METHOD. Credit h.in nicsUy Ik*u a privilege enjoyed by the favored few. Hero that privilege is extended 1o all. Cull and order a good J.P.J. Suit now. You f.iuiply pay a small deposit and the l^iuuco in littld weekly payments while wearing it. Your future as well as that of the car have something to do with each other if you want B y ? y U A post=card gets the Catalogue. m mrnm <s enssneering Go. 355 LONSDALE STREET, MELBOURNE. We also Sell Everything for the Car or Motor Cycle—A LITTLE BETTER. THE CENTREWAY ARCADE, Now opeaed X3 a French Cafe Tea Rooms, Under tbo miuageaiaat of Mr. Kirle W. Kltiya, lite of the Sayoj. CoISIsis Street. X HEATED SUPPERS j A SPECIALITY. -1 " | 1 FEDERAL MEDICAL, INSTITUTE. DR. IflAIiONEY, Medical Director. j 513 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE. Henri. 2 to 3; 7 to 8. jTreitmrnt It CORRESPONDENCE for Peopla in tie COUNTRY is our SPECIALI...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

LUMBAGO FOR YEARS. "The Pain was Simply Torture," "I have good cause to bo thankful to Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills tor what they have done for uie," writes airs. A. Sullivau, 5 iloyle street, Ballarat E., Vic. "I suffered from Lumbago for years. The pain was distress* ins; co one but myself knows how much I suffered;: and I felt as if I did not want; anyone near me. X was very irritable. Tho pain in. the bottom of my back was simply torture to me.\ I'had the'doctor attending me, and he gave me a plaster to put on w? back, and different, medicines to take, but they did not dome a scrap of good; I might just as well hare thrown my money in the fire. At la&t I was recommended to toko Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills, and they were rh© only thins that cured me. They improved me from the first few doses, and now I am completely cured, and havo not a sign of Lumbago left,-and can go about my work the same as ever 1 did in my lite." Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills act dircctly upon the Kidneys, cieans'...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MUMMERANDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

Variety and value for their money are ■what amusement catroas banker after, and ' thai 13 what the" get in the fullest incisure at Hoyt's Pictures, Bourke-street, where- the 1 .afternoon and evening performances are constantly besieged by an eager yet pauent ■ crowd. The management 2® to 110 end of 1 treublo and expense to provide the very latest, and tho stars of the new programme next week will be "A Fiend and His FricncJ" and 'The Picket Guard." * * # A pantc. -with the fearsome dame replaced , by such s, charming little girl as Anna ilc i Nabb is truly a novelty, and therein lies cne , 0! the secrets of the popularity of "The. ! Land of Nod," William Anderson's holiday I specialty at the King's, -which has made such decided hit. The fantastic story has fcuen kindly treated by the Writers of tho '"bwk" and the music, tie result being delightful in the highest degree. . The ballets are truly things to see, drcani about, and then see again, while the tableaur, particularly the fina...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

lift iti A Painful Complaint Caused by Bloodlessness. ■ A? Woman who Suffered Daily Torture tells how Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Built Up her System. "Women who have Neuralgia usually I fiudtmlt it'is tho result 01 leumg tueir general ueaha ^o. 'ahey gel run uo«uj tuunituey i>m piCK up, bat una uie re verse i-> tuo cute, and t«e auurp stauuing pains cuuio ou. 'lms, was tuo e^peri eiiod or Jirs. 1' reuerica Aiarmi, a* Liciu'cu A'lace, Portland, Port Adelaide, S..A.' . **i ho doctor said* I had become very blooaiess, and no was really afra.d a define nngut set in." -Mrs. .uartin said. Vttiwii. 1 tioc real bad, my. lace would burn-with jNeuraigia iroia tho temples rigni down to tlie cum. 1 couldn t locato | the pam; it was just in on© place, and j then would dart to aoother. shooting I along, the nerves. Inside my eyelids there, wasnt a tinge of color, mv gurns i were wh.te, and my lips were purple. I Mv eyes, were sunken, with black lines under them, and 1 was.very thin. I was dre...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE CRITIC [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

Tidc-y—The o:can. * * * Ere was the first snake-charmer. ♦ # * Dotty—New Sonth's te-ojrapLiiU. # * # Verses cn rice should be rico ten*. A rolling drunk £a:hers no "dross." A "stiiT' task—The morgue keeper's. I So man h~s so many triads as a Judge. J The weizh: ot the world—Short measure. . Bu;cbc*s 3]ways ha*«? their psund of flesh. ] * * "*• ' The Tray to bice a stolen bullock—Skin aim. ! * * * ' i A bachelor girl it an old maid wfco won't! | °*n UP- ' " ' ! ! * As e'er passions grow, less, the more moral we get. , . . • - , ♦ ■ *' ' * The match that ceTer.^gce* out is misery. Cons - "pice" • nous —The ''"Gorenusenl stroke." ' : •• • . - • - * . * V */ ; Religion - is the' consolation of lonely women. . * *...*• There's many a quid between punter and tip. * *' ' * A dusty pa^o should get his clobber cleaned. *► * * Wot hoi Look out for the germ-in sajxid^e. The game waves generally play. at—Pitch and tots. • ♦ *. - * If yoh cut an acquaintance,"iroykx liable for assault? woman is ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BOOZE AND POISON. Chow's While Girl-Wife. Married at 18. Ends Her Life with Lysol. Tragedy in Lillie Buk Stleet Cookshop. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

BOOZE AND POISON. Chow's While Girl-Wife. Married at 18. Ends Her Life with Lysol. Tragedy in Lillie Buk Stleet Cookahop. A sordid insight into tko fato of a yoting Australian girl who bad chosen to throw in hey Jot with a Chinaman about twice her ago was afforded at the Morgue on Tuesday, j when the Coroner, Dr. Cole, held an in- ; quest touching the death of Rose May Wong I Sow, 21, which occurred in the Melbourne Hospital on the 12th inst., two days after . admission, as the result of lysol poisoning. ' Lee Wong Sox, a thin-faced Celestial of : about 40 years of age, husband of the de ceased girl, when cailcd, protested an i£* | norance of Zuglish. "It's ridiculous," remarked the Coroner. "Theso Chinese can speak sufficient English to sell their vegetable*, Lut they do not speak any when jt comes to telling a ttory in court." At any rat*, with tb<? aid of an inter preter, he told how ho kept a restaurant at 220 Exhibition-street. Ho took his YOUNG WHITE BRIDE to his bo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

Brewed from Mali and Hops OS^LY. M ^pp PpS3 LA IT IS THE BEST

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
GRAVEL & BLADDER TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

GRAVEL & BLADDER TROUBLES. From ifr. J. Armstrong, grocer, Carringfcon* j road, Coogee, Sydney, N.S.W. | *1 had been suffering from gravel, and after trying various remedies prescribed by .the doctor orfd getting no relief, ray sister induced tee to try Warner'* Safe • Cure. Before 1 had finished the first bottlefui, I was greatly relieved, and by the time 1 had U3ed up the second bottlefui I was com* plctcly cured. I hate told many of my friends of the wonderful benefit I hare j derived from taking Warner's Safe Cure, J and feel confident that anyone suffering • from the same complaint will derive great j benefit from taking it as prescribed." I From Mr. George Rose, South Morang, j Victoria. " j "I suffered from inflammation of the blad- ' dor, accompanied * by painful urination, ; vrhich made life very miserable for me, f Seeing accounts published of otters who . seemed to have been afiicted in the same : manner that I wa.«, and who had been ' cured'by taking Warner's Saf...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

lOO.UUII.OUU SMOKED ANNUALLY. | hand made | J CIGARETTES. | lave yona Settled That Suit ^mssSIqh Yet, Sir? f. \ ■ ; ■ ■■ ' \ I 1 \ If not, settle it ric'nt nirnv. p.n. '! st.irt / . !• \\l.r^QS ">* J-c»r troll tritli cnc of'my Fa»*i» f *-*-i ' ; pu'« h'py''~' " v-a will pa all th.1t i, Wml in «!.» 1 w^' ■ o? an \;?-to-iliie Sua fro.., the late-,;. Tiig."-?" I- »".! dciun, in yen I dc<i; 1 the ili[ I riro ami wbat the otber tailor would ^ I* i 11 v Sviiij are cut and made by experts, jt | <iu^3:t;,^ am] •!•••-;i:r with those elsewhere i The?* ar-> th'o fnctor* that ba*r hmt up ' l]us;nr?s _ runJ «.'tvcn mo tb<> r^piua a tor rnakicj a Good Suit at the taost SOUablo iij3 t' 3 SAC SU,T «rt> J all i i :-k T0 oO'- 0NE !'•* MEASURE PKICU w-//; ii ■?/' 1 V . mi, rr.OH THE PICK OF THE STOCK. ^ Writ® for Fattema, Tape, tiid « xr J&Sfk /Y WATTS._i3ejo P Oplipr ISO Bourkv','in "reet, Slo KMvUl^iL MHUWlV— THE " SAVOY Nos. 3Ci-30S LITTLE COLLIN...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
VIESTIC TRAGEDY AT BRUNSWICK. quel to Marital Misery. Ill-Treatment of Young Mother and Her Baby. [?]d Attempts Suicide—Says He [?]es His Wife and Could Not Live Without Her. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

YIESTIC TRAGEDY AT BRUHSftiCK. quel to Alariiai .Misery. I Ill-Treatment of Young Mother iind iier Baby. id Attempts Suicide—Says He es His Wife on J Could -N at , Live Without Her. • rcumstances surrounding the at* i suicide of Harold Cuthbert lin er, aged 22, at Albert-street, West on tbo 6th Inst., atold to the Bench, coasisting of. Messrs.. jrd, and Dowsley, J3.P., on We<l tt, disclosed a pitiful story of do happiness. Lincoln, who was ac havm^ attempted self-murder by -i throat, *Ioo£s a mero lad, while his wife has the appearance of a girl not jet out of her teens. Senior-Constable Donovan conducted the prosecution. Ac cused was not represented by counsel. In opening the senior-constable said it appeared that the young, couplo had a' dif ference on the 5th inst., and as a result Mrs. Lincoln said she would go away, from him. On tho following day accused, in the. presence of his wife, cut h:s throat. . Florence Adeline Lincoln, a pleasant faced, delicate-looking girl...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LIEUTENAI LODGE'S LAPSE. Commits a Theft. For Sake of Widowed Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

UEUTENANI LODGE S LAPSE. Commits a Theft. For Sake of Widowed Mother. ' The oppearanco before the Richmond j Police Court on Wednesday of a youth of ; 17 named Edmund Roy LoJ^e on a charge : of har.n^ stolen a ma£n*to valued at £5 « 10s. from the premises of A. H. McDonald ' and Co., Stawell-strect, Burnley', where be ' wa3 employed as a draughtsman, excited | considerab.e interest, for Hoy, IxsiJts being ! "well connected," as one of the wituusscs j • put it, is a lieutenant in tho military forces : | and a general favorite among the set in I I which he mores. J The case wu heard by Messrs. Burgess | ami Kelly, Js.P., and Mr. lioire, who ap- i peared for Lodge, made no attempt to DENY TH£ GUILT of his client. The evidence showed that Lodge had for two years, up to about the undule of this month, been in the omp.oy of McDonald and Co. as an assistant draughtsman. 1L* employers, who rccogn.sfcd him a* a vou»£ man of ability, started h.m at 7s. Cd. per week, and, after two years' serv...

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