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HOME RULE AND AFTER. AN IRISH PARLIAMENT'S BITTER TASK. Will Reconciliation be Effected. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

—r-rr 'at; i-'-'-r-__ HOME RULE AM AFTER. UN IRISH PMimi'S BITTER TASK. i Will Reconciliation be Effected. (BY AT DEN DOYLE, IN" SYDNEY "TJiDTlI.")' Recent happenings in Dublin cannot bo i regarded r.y assurances ths.t tho proposed ' local Parliament has a pleasant or easy task In front of Iw^Thq P&ra^cntimcn- , tal glamor whl£h a<kyaiqui 'protracted | agitation, .a/conipanlcd' by-«'a\s£;r\s of i highly dran/al21p..lncldenta, shed rxr£&\ the j national de/n^n/l for Ilbme Ruld, tH-Gca-tcd I tho fittentton^o.r Engllsh-sifcafurir* Com munities from' the pltlahle concHdc/t of tho cheated j^oor lohMqtfd.Vi ifSfo for tho last ♦n*«ntj.l^ea/a?,l^yo.'bejbt^reatcd to Redmonde3qufl 7nst©rier~redo1ent of promise, but barren n.y Dead Sea apples, and might have been induced to stilt fur ther continue in their nightmare of des titutlon and misery, only that . James t»avl:in, a true tribune of the people, with a wave of the hand uncovered the swelter ing*, 'festering, r»n...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"L'AFFAIRE GUITTEL," "MURDER MOST FOUL." French Planter Assassinated. SOWS FACTS ABOUT THE NEW HEBRIDES. PLACED BEFORE "TRUTH" BY A FRENCH RESIDENT OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

"L'AFFAIRE GUITTEL," " MURDER MOST FOUL." French Planter Assassinated. BY NATIVE PETS OF THE MIS* SiONARlES. SOWS FACTS ABOUT THE NEW HEBRIDES. PLACED BEFORE "TRUTH" BY A FRENCH RESIDENT OF SYDNEY. It is to bo hoped that 110 considerable j number of persons will allow themselves to bo dccoived by the noise mad© by tome of tho Presbyterian Missionaries ;»« to what goes on in tho Xaw H-.-brM .si. Apparently, what1 is most disturbing tlij digestion of tho mis sionaries ii, the luct that, owing to French influence in thoc? ivlnnds, they are not al lowed to do us they like* there, and tho con-| acqucncc i» tint they ccme forward with all sorts of Jr.ntcitic and fanciful Ktorics as to iho conduct of tho French. Tbc French, however, und . • ' SOME OF THE ENGLISH, hava qiiJfj.ii different btory to tell. .• One duv during the week that has just p:tsspd, a rrenbli rcsidont of Sydney brought' to this cfiica a copy of a French newspaper cnlled "J.c Xeo-Hobridais," which Us pub lished at Luganvi...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE POUND OF FLESH. COORPAROO COUNCIL COLLECTS THE FULL SIXTEEN OUNCES, A BOXING DAY BULGARIAN BARBARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

THE POUND OF FLESH. COORPAROO COUNCIL . .. COLLECTS '' THE FULL.1 SIXTEEN OUNCES, A BOXING DAY BULGARIAN BARBARITY. The Qnoon A,re^niJ™nn'-MRWW> most of whom ar«. I « ^ whom actually. on. .wj . ->nd «"_« pf "" n f nil- furnished entirely ' Cavern. m .iol lo l.o found among "ho'frequent c<'"''Yln"nk'[KAv,roiSliy Sllf'SS j ™ t«!, of ?°ZTo \MO evident thi" Ho"-" 1* "J °.L state i U^ful of pood ftnd SHssIi^fH stl utlon 1=. certainly VY, mUmUed ami Up width ot roach ' unlimtteu. Children OF ANY RELIGIOUS DENOM1NA i U TION ! HoJnr^«;s.rj i E I its' boinK loar.od otherwise. and the hfe.TSffllJSSSSS^Xt Kiut the utmost economy has had to .35su"» muter of Manuals. It has Leon touml Impossible to permit I I EVEN* THE APPEARANCE f l | CARELESSNESS in expenditure. It was triKe.j • granted that the only rates to • • . vmiW be tbcwo chargeable■ foi -- tarv services anil for water •. . ' Ami fflwn lust year the Shir*■ « ■•v.-v. claimed for rates on the value ^ - urouertv it was con...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PRESERVED GINGER AND PRESERVED MICROBES. BEAUTIFUL' CHINESE METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

PRESERVED GINGER AND PRESERVED MICROBES. 1 BEAUTIFUL' CHINESE METHODS.! ?•««? • sroV in the *We "f. sm?",& preserved u-int.-er, "China as :^ 'j „ , W~f }**' much-vali:ca pots of "cw®-'^™ irincer mala- their appearance, •>ml" ;l thowc-r of smiles blandly unctuous . ml :, "irolsinc of tl»' fair cliot-us of the f'tvored ones bv the snaky lingers of the Celestial. ""Truth's" constant > « sire i.« to protect Australian femininity from the j blandishments of the us savory OMENTAL. i whoever lie may be. or from ever ntee h» may sprint;. A'\"^s illation of moment which irlcKlts. k","r'enccsCteiph lhaT Yhis >*«"« '* done loudly and ofton. ih-causc (l.t. mm taken down m h->dne> at rush'times by the hoary "rl^J1 b™ n SnnlnTSt' ."/speed fllU <® 'vm!.k On tlie same »•>« -Truth" >ns repeatedly plven information of lh° uS,™ry methods of the ordinary Oriental manufacturer of ,,\ari°«s kinds of aliened "sweetmeats. »wch. u'hnn tracked to their \\e.!-spnn„.. ar...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Surgeons on Strike. DOMINATION OF THE DOCTORS. Painful Position of Poor Patients. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

Surgeons on Strike. DOMINATION OF THE DOCTORS. Painful Position of Poor Patients. The doctor Is the divinity which shapes our ends. He presides at our entrance into this world of wop, and wo arc not allowed to leave it for our laul resting-place ""ll1 he has certi fied that the manner of our departure 5s orthodox and natural. The doctor dominate our lives from the very beginning to the end, so he has ac quired u commanding position in the • cniniminitv, because in? has become in dispensable to our artificial society. Xot being purely a philanthropist and I having a keen perception of the proltt | to he wade 01U of his unique position. I the doctor has seen at an early stage I t jje immense, advantages to he derived | from combination, otherwise unionism. i The Medical Trades Union has existed from a very early date, and in those latter day* ha* grown ;o powerful I that it is in a position to insist on the doctrine of preferer.ee to xmionlsts 1 1st carried out to the extreme cx t of ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DARK DUNWICH. Its Fine Products. FAT TURKEYS AND PIGS. FESTIVE SEASON ON THE ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

DARK DUNWICH. Its Fine Products. FAT TURKEYS AND PIGS. FESTIVE SEASON ON THE ISLAND. Inmato" writes to Christmas nnd New Year down on this dreary island was the quietest and dtillest experienced for many yearn. While the Christian churches all «>v.-r ; ho civilised world were celebrating the proclaiming tidings of! co en earth and goodwill to all men. 1 lodcrn socioly, ; •tally ignored by the dercv. sorvic.' I'fM in U.n Our Christ:-,*: ?. roast hec-f and and hailed with the seeds ;>nd stalks I of th<- Kiisins. with plenty of fat thrown | in to make it solid. A ni«K <'f beer In " " this all that 1); tors of a pound of block cake, made | specially for Dunwich iumat ended a M»-rrv Christmas and a Happy ! N.-w Year to nil. " i T would like, through your widelv- | circulated journal, to inform the thou- j sands of taxpayers throughout Queens- | land, who annually "dub up" SOMETHING UKK' £27.000 to maintain POO old people and a staff of gentlemen servants, who ...

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

PICTUiiE PilOFITS. Shareholders A*k For Information. It is centrally thought that a popular pie- j tur« sUow U a very ooQvcnicutly worked species of pold ciiuo, and thu buying of shares in such has been regarded as a good ' spcc." Some tiino ago, the principal photo- ! i piay purveyors of Australia coabined and forrned the Ainalsarnated Pictures Ltd., and , there seemed erery prospect of Lho profits ; pourinjj in eTcn cjore abundantly than be j fore. We aro, however, in rcccipt of com plaints from several correspondents, shar» holders in the company, that they are un able to obtain any information in the way of reports or balance-sheets, the excuse beinj 1 that there has been a delay regarding the final negotiations in Sydney between the , theatre proprietors and the film companies. ! People with money in a concern ?ery natur 1 ally want to know where they stand, instead | o) remaining in blissful i^jorancc untiJ they | wake up either broke or rich enough to buy l a dozen pubs. The ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
COMICAL CRIMINAL CHARGE THE CROWE-BEAR-BURCHELL BRIGADE. TRINITY OF TERRIBLE TUSSLERS Parade Before Mayor Page, THE PANJANDRUM OF PORT MELBOURNE, Who Cuts Up Rusty and Refuses to Sit—The Comical Charge Struck Out. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

COMICAL CRSM1MALCHARGE THE CROWE-BEAR-BURCHELL BRIGADE. TRINITY OF TERRIBLE TUSSLERS Parade Before Mayor Page, THE PANJANDRUM OF PORT MELBOURNE, Who Cuts Up Rusty and Refuses to Sit—The Comical Charge Struck Out. There was a largo and anticipatory gathering of spectators at the Port Mel bourno Court on Monday morning, on fcho atrougth of a rumor to tho effect that a torriblo trio of tus.slersr—1Corno lius Crowe, Charles Burchcll, and Na than Boar—would obtrude themselves on tho attention of Port Melbourne's Mayor (Cr. Page), with whom on© of tho trio, Charles Burchcll. had previously been associate*! in a tpruiking campaign on bohulf of "the upprcs.-**! and dov.n trodden'' and "cause* that needed assist* ttTlOo" or "wron-.;. \e.;)ed rvist rOCc." and -oIotu.. 'ih*. j -'n:ots '-hat 1 -u been Zy'ip'J ji.Tju.;'.;.7i-.v - •.> '&i SOUV* tiiuw vast- Wvie to U««> eil'ect that *bo trio had arranged a dummy action j of a criminal nature, Burchell to poso ' us tlie plaintiff and ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SQUEEZED AND SWEATEDI Hungry Fruit Monopoly. Tasmanian Growers Helpless, [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

SQUEEZED AND SWEATEDI Hungry Fruit Alonopoly. Tasmania!] Growers Uelplesg, (From Tnjth'i" Twrnanian Correspond est.) Hobart is a prolifio breeding ground for monopolies. Thoro a fuel mono. Poly, a ga3 monopoly. a fish monopoly, a milk monopoly, u gambling monopoly, nnii a host of other profit-hungry com omations of ltiiddlomou. Neither the municipal nor Stato instruments of government havo ever dono anything to protect the peoplo against tho graspiim 1 greed of ccntralised mipitulistie control, indeed, the local machinery of govern mont nnd administration is pretty well controlled by peoplo interested, one way or another, in exploiting tho publio purso by levying sonio immoral doublo tax on production and consumption. But ol all Tasmania's, internal mono polies. tho most complete and far-reach ing is that ovor tile aveiuio of fruit ex port. i lie fruit monopoly sweats grow ors, employees, and. wherovor po-siblo ' consumers. Very often it is possible to ' .sweat consumers. When the c...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BRUTAL ATTACK ON A BARMAN. Ginger Beer and Gore at the "Gippsland." Maerllander's Capers. Cost Him Close On £30. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

BRUTAL ATTACK ON A BARMAN. Ginger Beer and Gore at tlie "Gippsland." Maorllnnder's Capers. Cost Him Closo On £30. The exUilaratiu£ effect of fc-iugcr hoer as a beTorimo is probably not bo well kiio\wi it might bo, judging by the apparent ellect it had upon a viator fiom Now Zealand, natnod Jaraea Torpoy, whose present \ ie loriuti nddress is said to bo 125 Alberi street, Windsor. lie is a properly owner of somo ma;,ruitudo in tho Uomiuion, aud ii also, so 'tis said, ft bookmaker, lie wus ar raigned at tlie City Court on Monday under the name of Thomas Donwell on a ser;ous chargo 01 wilful assault, occusioning actual bodily harm, upon Harold Knight, barman at the Gippsland Hotel, Swanston-street, on the night of tho 12th iusl. Mr. 1"). Mifrtin, J.P., pn*ided; Mr. L. F. FiUsimons »!► penrcd for the informant, Knight, and Mr. | C. Barnett defended. j Informant, who appenred in cent with hi* j head bandaged, saiil that shortly after ti j p.m. ou the date mentioned he way on duty , in th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHEATINC CONSPIRACY ALLEGED. Echuca Vegetable Growers Concerned. Western Market Merchants Charged. Remand Granted. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

CHEATINC CONSPKiACY ALLEGED.! Ecbuca Vegetable (irowers Concerned. Western Mar'cct Merchants Charged. Remand Granted. • = ^ -.W, 0:tr [\\r L>. MirUr ,\P., ... i.vn-ay lj ili-. AL ilf.t, who, instructed by Mca-.n. Croft aad Eho» don, appeared on bebaJf of (icorge Fon^, tho informant in ths case. The names of the defendants, bo'.h nudd'e-ajed men and well dressed, were Alexander G*-orge Darlow and James Christie Peters, and th«; nile^a tion against them wai ikit botween the approximate dates of Norcmbar 1 of last year and January 6 of this year, they had conspired to t-hout and defraud certain persons by inducing them to consign for firm (J. C. Peters and Co., Melbourne) pro- , ducp, narneiy, tomatoes and cucumbers. Accused woro not represented by counsel. Mr. Ah Kett said that accused Uarlow had an oflice in h s own name in tho West ern Market, .tiid that he had got Peters to go round the country culling on growers and presenting printed cards which bore the naruo "Peters and Co.,...

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

PHTERS, Bookseller, 185 Swanston Street,. DECAMERON", First Complete English Edition, 4s., Post Free. FORTUNES AND MISFORTUNES OF TIIE FAMOUS MOLL FLANDEKS, 2t. Cd., Post Krr'. ARISTOTLE'S COMPLETE WORKS, con. tuiuiji^ tbc Masterpiece, Uircctiocs for Mid wirci, and Counsel ami Advice to \Voa:cn, with Various Useful Remedies. Complete, with Ooiared Plate?, 3s. 6d., Fust Free. COOK OF NATURE, with PJau», intend ed especially for the married or tboso in tending to rnarry. Latest (Complete Edition) 2s. t>J.. l'c»4V Free. RELATIONS OF TEE SEXES. 1*.. Post ! Free. i THE DEPTAMEEON, Complete, 4*., Post Free. MADEMOISELLE DE MAUPLV, 2c. 8d., Post Free. THE PROBLEM OF MOTHERHOOD, U., Past Free.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MISERIES OF THE MURPHYS. Drink, Discuss, and Death. Carter Ordered to Part Up. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

MISERIES OF THE MURPHYS. Drink, Discuss, and Death. Carter Ordered to Part Up. nio.iW tboso i?Uo woro Some ^Ju.oro sordid suburb. TVu ^rne ™*o bocn knovru to Utq a of lloltournc, . L Dcior life of misery and {hoir )ord nuci guilty of squeak - . dwwliorc. This ^r^SrsrJrcvs tent ll"« „f James Duncan l]rl ,bCfCi carterwl.0 Uidof. at Hcscnt, rii s« f>;h. ^h^h.T»r1.^ j °°;„ r°iii Ma" Murphy, and two ohtld r;„;'j,mC3 and Clarence, without »<«< of !"vr rH H. Honro. complainant's counsel, ioid the been sUFFE!U-N'I. U, »«w coiM.luiL.-J that hio wife would not V>'^!-^M-.rv iiuruhy t«tified tb»t *b° tirf^pr liV-jb'tnti v7cro married exactly four iWr ^icrt child being Itaj. tears, ?«d the y«mt«t four v^t. Jntnn lime vutneai aod a°r *.bwa .« w 10 lite wiib tcr mother, >r bu» bindb.rlny cleared out from thtr* three weeks a»o. Ilurim; that period her husband W „„,= (x»n:ributed anything towards . pportof berteli or her children. 0. many X <«»«•». d»fns th«...

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

KW pJM&t fab ts&asiv aS/hof/tUT Lb 16 fuvre. <wh><jwJji£fw ' WteA'is U^S^l DR. HENRY WESTWOOD COOPER, M.D ETC.. \\ hlrcti prof^!«ton(ii nuftllfi -u " » porltion o tnd dl«ea*« Cures. | •world-wld« in nil ca 3MCsL5s:«es GrreEiit, ORGANIC WEAKNESS!.". th« fun dppr«» of utrmrrth rfffterM. All n*rc?*ctpd wpabn«*M«» *y®«d!1y succumb. Wh«n oth*r« Imve failrd to etire yog consult DR. COOPRR. VARICOSE VEINS i1rMv,UI any unnec^-unry Inconvrnknca. Th« prominent »ymi>toni* are hmvy drt* t'lns pains, )o\» nplrlt*. odi dwllne In vitality. IV TOU ATIE It «vllj »lmply cost yc lOr.^-C" W.aCOOPER, 3VT.r>.v.£tc. DEPT. ©'Hn/TON HOUSFJ," 2«T r2M7.\Btmi«STUCBT tor. IJre*»' DR. 1.. L. 71 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. CONSULTATION FEE (including two days'mcdiciuc), £1 Is.; l»y letter Dr. L. L. SMITH'S MEDICAL ALMANAC for 1914 just publblied. I'm All booksellers. THE PEOPLE'S HEALTH INSTITUTE, 11 NICHOLSON STIIEET. MELBOURNE, OPP. EXHIBITION". Coriultutious Daily:...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY FELONRY IN VICTORIA. JOHN PRICE'S FLOUTING HELLS. The Murder of Constable Owens. The Story [?]ict Melville. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

JOHN PRICE'S FLOUTING HELLS. The Murder cf nonstable Owens. The Story invict Melville. Wo have prevloual" , • ; • f . escape of convicts from : -i.-u;-- ^4 Land through tho tir, ;_y .. ;r''f »y chipping captains, ** w >1 n.', ; , made in open bants In hazard Cqj3 Straits. L„.' cuf,ton, a regular L;cncy wa the boIo buslnc-so of which was to ji convlcty to escup« to Victoria. Tho vlota wcra Fhippcd on board small a.la fit Circular Head, Emu Bay, and other minor ports. The price for landing tho folonutln Victoria was regulated by the "prison etatu.v of tho Intending col or Ul of Victoria, the tlcket-of-le ave m nottlt.ji easiest of'; the push hold-r n*: while the riic ipin^ convict under ientet hud to pj»y tho highest foe. TJim agency v.ai winked ut by the Ta*manlan nutlK' fiiica, and they had oflldal prvccJcnt fvr no dolnff. When Van Dlemen'H Island >vhh Bomowbat Vvercrov/ded, even to Lord Grey's notlchs of Its capabilities, tho noble • lord aitualljr grantod to cojvtIcIs who ha...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. THE SLINKER SLOUCH. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. THE SLINKER SLOUCH. I Ilia tUnfcer slouch hag arrived from Paris. | And Melbourne women and flapp«r», who would rather be out of the world than out of the fashion, hare already got it bad. .Erect form is a thing of (he past. The present-day girj must loosen alt her muscles, become flabby, droop one shoulder, drag one foot listlessly and lifelessly after the other —much after the stylo of the "greenery yeliowy'' girl iu "lolanthe," when Gilbert and Sullivan satirised tho Oscar Wildeau aesthetic crate. Tho "kop-trd lounge" ap peals to the lacy girl and indolcut woman, but it will never take on with the outdoor girl, of whom fortunately we have a good few in Melbourne. A girl can't spend a day with the wh.te wings on the bay and help to reef tho jib or steer the motor boat and bo a s-ouch. Hut the trouble is that tho blinker slouch has already spread to tho other sex, and ia already popular with I the k-nuta. ' In fact, tho malo slinker9 axo 1 worse in ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RADIUM AND GANGER. The Pessimistic Dr. Lotz Talks of Things he Knows Not Of. What Dr. Henry O'Hara Says Concerning Radium Institutes. Why Australia Lags Behind. Wanted: Ten Wealthy Men who will Give £10,000 Each. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

RADIUM AND GANGER. The Pessimistic Dr. Lolz Talks of Things he Knows Not OL What Dr. Henry O'Hnra Says Con earning Kadiura Institutes. Why Australia Lags Behind. Wanted : Ten Wealthy Men who will Give £10,000 Each.' Dr. Lota, a well-known mctlical man in 'Wo-.trnlia. who returned from ft trip round tlio world by tho Malojn last week. on boinc interviewed by pressmen at Freinantlo. was induced to talk about something lie knew nothing of. Ho was asked for an opinion concerning reports from Knclund and Paris to tho cffect that radium hiid proved a permanent euro in certain cases of cancer. Ho should have replied that lie had been on a holiday, and that, not having given more than superficial attention to tlio matter, ho was not prepared to make any statement. Such an attitudo would very likoly havo displea-sed tho proas men who wero IN SEARCH OF "COPY," ' ana might have disappointed V «- | tiou ot the public which view* vUl cuedi- j cal men in practically tho '^ay I that savage races v...

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

GEORUiNA CONE. The cablegrams announce the death of "u famous litigant." That is U»« t^rru they apply to Georgina Weldon, who, in cocee quence of a quarrel with ber husband, waa incarcerated in a lunatic asylum; but, on succeeding in getting out, took proceedings against varioua persons who bad bad a bund in ber incarceration, and made thuxn all "sit up." Against Dr. Semple, who bad signed ber certificate of lunacy, she got a Terdct entitling ber to £1,000 dntnugr*. Mrs. Wtl« I dun was a gpirituulist, and this was looked j upon by somo of the uicdical profession of that time a* symptomatic of insanity. She vras a beautiful and clcvcr woman, and it ia quite likely that her beauty had much to do with sumo of ber success in the law | courts. During the timu when she wua at. | tructing the greatest arnouut of attention, '( Dr. Nichols, a little American who ran a vegetarian restaurant in Londou, csb bitcd j in his window a large portrait in oils of ifrs. ! Weldon, and it etcilod much ad...

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

COOK'S COBBERS. If, -wliile drifting iu the calm haven of recess, Jokook should contemplate ou tlie weary length# of mendaeit? and the humili ating truckings to his Tory bo&ws yet to bo gone through in order to retain hi* fcjuucu toe profits. In the Southern States J of, Amerioa, where so much work is done : by negro labor* there exists, side by side with the negroes, & class of poverty-stricken white men who are known rs "mean whites" or "poor white trash." The South is no paradise for them. It is sometimes said that India exhibits a picture of a country where the "donkey work" is done by the brown-skinned natives, acd the work of direction is done by white men; but «f«*n this is only p-irtiy true, and the Indians seem to h^ve made up their minds that (he supremacy of the white in.sn in their country shall »ut last much longer. "Donkey work" 1 is, generally, disagreeable rork; but it is! better for it to be done by white men than j for it to be done by colored men, ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST Second Series: No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 24 January 1914

CHRIST Second Series : INo. 111. ; It is an allegation urged, by more: thou ouo correspondent, concerning these articles, that so far as they hav» gone, they have. not shown coincidences 1 or similarities bctwecu tho characters • and careers of Christ, Caesar. and Na- , poleon. Ouo correspondent, in partieu- j lar, complains tLuit all that- has Iven ; shown are glariug contradietioiis in con- j dun, combined with conflicting contrasts ' in tho iv^pociivo principles and policies of Christ and tho-e of the Roman and , tho C-orsican Caesars. 'Ibis :s mere cap. 1 tious criticism on tho part of tbo>e who, I prepossessed by preeoneeivod notions, i are not prepared to perceive or admit ; tho possibihty of any tiwilarity in rir- ! curasuinco or condit • ons surrounding j and controlling tho lives and actions of ; those three greatest per^onagei who have over permanently influenced the ! moral and material welfare of human- J ity. The wilfully blind cannot bo mado ; to j-oe, any iaor»* th...

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