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THE TURF Weights, Entries, &c. Racing Calendar. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

Weights, Entries, <Src. Racing Calendar. .TAN'TTAttY. 81. Sandown Park Kaccs.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A FOUL FIASCO. World's Welterweight Boxing Championship. Holberg "Does his Rep." Disqualified in Sixth Round [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

A FOUL FIASCO. World's Welterweight Boxing Championship. Holberg "Docs bis Rep." Disqualified iu Sixth Round Between eight and nine thousand light fans ! crowded their way into the Dud.ey-atceet Stadiuia ou Saturday i^ght, waited on tip too of expectation to see a contest for the welter-weight cbamp;ouship of the world,, and went away very eany, Tory disappointed. It was all over in the ilxth round, when Tom MoCormick, the Englishman who had chased Johnny Summers to Australia and gained his heart's deiire, while showing plainly that he had at his mercy Waldcmar Holberg, the oonqueror of Bay Bronson, doubled up in pain, after being hit'low for at least the twelfth time by his gal lanb (?) opponent. Beferce Ernie Fullalove then at last reckoned it was time to stop the unedifying exhibition of foul fighting—» ou the part^of one man—und declared Mc Cormick the winner, a decis'ou that met with the hearty ^pproraJ of every one of the large assemblage, the storm of hoots that rent the air ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Round the Ring NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. Prank Picato and Kay Branson clash in Brisbane on Saturday night. Sep Hehir and Dave Boll will clash again at the M.A.P. at an early date. * * * Johnny Summers and Arthur ETernden meet in Sydney on Saturday night. After beating Paget in the 9'.adium pre liminary, "Kid'' Lombard is looking for more scalps. *t * * Entries for th« M.A.P, 8.8 and 9.9 tour nie3 close oa February 9, and the contests will commence a week later. Jules Dubourg, who came ont with Jeff Smith and Nat Williams, is to open his Alls* tralian campaign at Brisbane 'next month, meeting Tun Land. George Pearson, who created such sur prise by his defeat of Jack Jannese, has been "Boyo" Driscoll's sparring partner dur ing his preparation just concluded. Twenty golden quidlets go to the winners in the 11.A.P. 8.8 and 9.9 lournies, the ran ows-up having to be content with ten. Heat winner* will each receive ten shillings. * * * A return match between Summers and Mc Cormick will bo decided in Sydney* on Feb...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

SECRET- HISTORY m THE SEWI Why Should a Family Sewi&ig' THIS IS A MATTER FOR THIS TKRIPTV HOUSUW!I-i-'S isme Cost ^14 1®s>? OEWING MACHINES are producuc! in countries where labor and i:.ateria!s aro considerably c in Australia, though ^omo import cheap-made machines und^r patriotic Atistralian uum ui )f»r department otore raachim-s or any other machino C'at will not show its factory nnrno and trado mak< , a Drop head machino. no matter what name or make, docs not cost more than ono-third of £14 10 i. Why of selling or distribution is too high. iSf^RIO C\S CON'S iDJ^RATlON. cheaper than in Ati-tr.ilis.. No sowing machine arc made >o> to w.\'i the |-'op!o bel> > .w. Beware of cheap u duty on sowing machines. To produc 'i'liOi'C aro the doaa ir1 Tho reason is tho cost DROWN, Jato Singor, Manager, lot tho cat out of th© bag when ho Etatcd that:—"The actual cost value of a machine sold in Australia for £14 10s. would not bo over £'J 10s., and was invoice...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
KEEP KORNERED. Takes Tickets and Tells Tarradiddles. Bus Conductor's Lapse. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

KEEP KORNERED. Takes Tickets and Tells Tarradiddles. lius Conductor's Lapse. An inuoccnt-Iookiiij; ycuns min of 24, ! uauied Lindaiy Keep, a resident of 3 Jack* son-street, N'orthcote, diwtinjuisbed binrself wlulo iu the employ of the Globe Motor and Taxi Company, whos* head office is at 95 . Queen's Bridye-street, Souih Me.bourne, by t robbing ibeto of 531 'bus tickets, valued at j £1 16s. 8d. Keep -was engaged as a con ductor by the firm. He entered their cin« ploy on August 5, ami left on September 5. At tbo South Melbourne Fol'ce Court on Wednesday, before Mr. £. N. Moore, P.M., Kcop tra« charged with h'.vinj STOLEN THE TICKETS bMw.-rou tha dates of August 5 of last year and January 11 of this year. lie was de fended by Mr. Soncnbcr^, while Sub-lu&peo tlor Wcfii'oit conductci the prosecution. Though Keep wocp:u<?ly protested bis in nocence, declaring that tin.* tickets which were fojnd in b:s pos?esi;ou had been given io him by bis faibr.rdn-.aw, a T-sitor fro...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ALLEGED ASSAULT WITH INTENT. On a Girl of Eight. Man of Seventy-five Committed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

ALLEGED ASSAULT WITH IHTENT. On a Girl of Bight. Mail of Seventy-live Committed, At tho StffV7t-U Court of Petty SeMfous j j on tho 2lst inst., before lUisrs. B, S. I)aw» J wn and 0. MaJjul:o. Jt.P., Thorna* Bullock, I t utfed 75 yoara, and a well-known resident j i ot Groat Western, was charged with banns 1 assaulted n girl of ftijjbt named Grace Tom j linson, with intent to carnaJly kuow'hcr. | •Superintendent Morris conducted tbo proso j cution, and Mr. J. A. Anderson appeared for the accuscd, who plraded not guilty, Tbo story told by the prosecutrix, who | underwent half «n hour's examination in tho witucs* hot with the self-possession of a I ifrown woman, was tint she lived at Great | Western with her parenta. One Monday, i snmo time in January—she wa« not sure of i tho datf.—alio, in company with her sister ■ Beryl and her brother John, to'ik a t.ricycle to Bullock's to be mended. Bullock lived 1 about throe-quartern of a mile from her parents' residence. On arriving at Bulloc...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CASE OF VIOLET CLARK. Spends Her Seventeenth Birthday in Gaol. During Four Months' Sentence for Vagrancy Is Discovered to be Euceinte—And is Discharged to Care of Salvation Army. Disappointed Mother's Plaint. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

CASE OF VIOLET CLARK. | Spjnds Her Seventeenth Birth-1 day in Gaol. j During Four .Months' Sentence lor Vagrancy | Is Discovers^ to bu Euceiate—And H | iJidcharyecI to Care ot Salvtttiou ! Army. . Disappointed Mother's Plaint. I A complaint that was nssJe to ''Truth o" Thuisuav, ut tirsi s.^Ut g*Te promise of Jay* u»g bare a scandal ot uw Ural water, but subsequent iuvthti.'aU3iis showed that those tj whom bianio at tiist appeared attachable h.id adopted the w.sest course possible under the circumstances. ; Mrs. Wdliam Stoke*, now of Gccloitj, call* ed at this oilier find made the foduwing statement:—1 am tho mother of t£ie girl who, uuder ibo name of Violet Clark, was at the end of September seutencc-d to four mouths' iinprisonmeu'. for vagrancy. Last weefc I received two lettc:* from the CburcU i of England sillers, reuriuding me that Vio- : let would be coming out of Pentridge on tho | 29ih. that's to-day, and tellng me to bo out , i there at 9 o'clock m tho moruiog waiting for |...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
AGGIE'S ANGRY ACT. Wades Into Woodward. Scolds and Scalds. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

AGGIE'S ANGRY ACT. Wades Info Woodward. Scolds anil Scalds. Koso Hlhfcl Woodward, of Jos^h-strcet, ] BaKarat East, and A.srnes MicAlistcr, both j yoyn? women, appeared at the Bal^rst | Town Court, before* Messrs. S. J. (?old«mi'.h, ; P.M., anj J. L. N>tt!«. J.P., oc Thursday ' of last week to veniHate the circumstances <>f a quarrel rvhich occurred between the pair oil December 2o lust. Each charged ! thi> other with assault. Mr. M. Laznrus ! appeared for WooJw^rd, and Mr. D. C«ari: : for MacAlister. I Hose Woodward's version- of tbo disturb- j ancc xvn* tbrit on December 25 she rras ; accompanying her tnothir heme, when the? | net Acnes MacAliater in Cluyton-strtvt. j The fatter was carry in? a i«^ of tea. Con- J froutine MicAlistcr, Mrs. Woodwird warned | her not to jrer at Mis* Woodward in the I street in futnre. A few i WARM WORDS FOLLOWED. I and then MaoA lis?v>n ' 'went for'' MiVs Wood- ' ward, Vi«I;inr In r on tb". 1-^ and throrin^ 1 the contcnU of trie...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

ANSWERS TO COKRUSPONDENTS." Inquirer.—'There nrc. quite a number of ro strictions enibodit-d in the Rulus cf tin Supreme CoujI. It ii a "cloV piof'.ssion, which can only bo entered b_v tho.io ivLa hare ih«i "optn fcsanie"—boodle. Constant ftonilor.—L*ast«-r Day is always (he first Sunday ut'U'r the full moon that fulta <m or neii ufu-r March 21 cacb year. Th;ii is why the dates are different each year. Will aciw^r your other question next treat. a c

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A BUNGLING BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

A BUNGLING uUREAU. The OoTemiDcnt Labor Bureau, whose nQito day after day are rwshed by horde of hungry bobocs hi i.earch of ^vork, wuich far toj often uu v crista in tbj imagination of iuopt, and ilt-iniurniod officialdom, is nadly ill need of a thsryurh reorganisation, to enable it to cope, with at least £on.-o scfi-ibla of cCi^piicy, witli tbe ciutie* tic yoivmi-* upon it. ]t is a cruel and srau iliiloua thins to send iuco into thr country with the asj'.iruDce that employment awaits tbom there, without hem? absolutely crrta:n ibaV the work drscrib'rl c.n be obuuird. Ycl, this is vhat this lax labor hurc-iu was recently pwiHy of. It issued an order to three .voting men to bs ta!;eu on the Orbcijt rai way worts, but the trio, on reaching in* fcene of operations, found that th*r« *»*re culUcicut bauds already, snd xt«n informed in a so-sorry-but-cnnr.ot-bf-hclpcd official tone, that tbeir sorrices were not rcmiireJ. Tbty tboti tramped the country looting for work, but tailed to get ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

Mave yoe Settled Ulna! .1 v3)» Smi ^estlosa lret. Sir? a •vill gn nil th.it is dosTC* in the of an up*to-ilnto Suit from ihe latest pocrkct tho difTrrcnco between mv • and what the oiher tailor would cut .Ulfl ::a:Ie by reports, in kcop'n? for h thoEe r!s.?whsro hat liav«-> built up the rcputa .1 Suit at the mc!»t AI.L ONE sac SUIT C3 3 MEASURE PRICE rom,thk tick of tee stock. r.w :or rar.irnj, T.\p-, ar.d S.M. WM IQESiJirC" 159 Bourke Street, . B Ho O'JVd'Ll- .MLLBOURNli jj "SAVU " ■' a 99 fcri—! Si ii. V? ii 5 Nos. 304-306 LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Next Royal Arcadc). MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE. COMPLETELY KEJIOi>ELLED. LUXU1UOU5LY runXISHED. cuisine uxparalleled LUNCHEONS, DilNIMERS, SUPPERS. TADLi: D'lIGT" cr A LA CAHTI1 CATERING A SPECIALITY. ]!. L HOSSEX LOFF, Proprietor. Lsi *st Week of THE GRE&T CALVE R" The World'.- Mcst Daring Wire Performer. 3 THE LEDUM TREQ, Australia's Representative Athlete?. Tlio Acme ui Physical Culture. COMMENCING SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, THE ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CRAMPED COUNTRY COTTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

cruh'e!) counii(y cottages. In country towns tbcro should be room enough for a,!!, and the squeezing of families into small arcau to suit the predatory p"!f piling proclivities of the "proputty" push should uo; bo tolerated. Cotcious capital is*.-. should ho compelled to build houses v.hich are airy, clean, and comfortable, in bVcud ot obliging poor and Rt.-ugjjhng peop.e to pa; rent for tui-ie ratnshaekic builumg not St to house piys. Mr. S. Crouch, au officer of the i'ortiuud liorou^h Co'.inc.l, re porting the result of bis iii_spect.cn ot iniw property in llurd-3tr«.-el, dei.'tibed two ildl lions and the frout rooM3 of one house as uutiw for hubitauou. The existent*; in their inuutcip.il.Ly of UiodJy and shameful tene ments of this de.--ript:on failed lo starlit; councillor* out of their lethargy, and they merely decided to draw the owner's atten tion to the condition of his premise*. In th« cas.? of one of the eo-cailcd dwellings, which was pronouiu- <1 by Mr. Coueh t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THROUGH THE FENCE. Alleged Indecent Assault. The Story Lucy Told. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

THROUGH THE FENCE. Alleged Indcc-Jnt Assault. The Story Lucy Told. , ;Frcm "TruthV Tn«:uanian CorrcsponJtnt.) I On Friday c: las: wook a cbarjo of in 1 ; uowiiit assault was beard ai the police court j of Woo-ibndge, which is a small fruitgrowing centre, about 10 miles do^n the channel to • ihe pouth of Hobart. The Bcnch consisted i Of W. Henry and S. Robertson, J.5.P. The charje was brought gainst Alax aulcr XicI::to?h, and was io thr- effect that ^ ho bad judcccntiy assau ted Lucy May Turn hull, a^L'd 15 years -ud 10 mouths. Ac was a laborer, and the girl vrag the daughter of a .laborer, both being woll ' known residents of The Channel fruitzrow i itig settlements. ! Norman K. Ewinj appeared for the ae I cuscd, and A, J. 15. Frankcomb watched ! the ewe on behalf of the informant,. The ■ prosecution was conducted br Detective | Harmon. ! Tho girl's story w*s that she was going j home i ALONG A LONELY ROAD. ! at about 9.30 in the evening, when she i passed accused, whom she knew sli...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PROVINCIAL PICKINGS AND PROBINCS. TATURA THREATENED WITH TYPHOID. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

PROVINCIAL PICKINGS AND PROBINCS. TATURA THREATENED WITH TYI'lIOll). According to Dr. M. A. Lny, wbor.e up- ] pointmufit us health ofllcar for tlio Tatura ; riding lias been terminated, owing to an outspoken report which bo submitted to tho Jtodney Shire Council, Tatura U In somewhat tho sanio oondition as ancient Homo in tho tfmu of Komuius, where a hoio in the city which rccoivcd ull the Kurbaye a,1'l refuse v?aa regarded as tho gnto to the lower te Hiojj.n. "*».• 'ioubt, when di?ease brcuks out in Tuiura. ' who uoctor in big report, ' thu rubbish i'.>. here will be the irue causo of a doic<-ut to tho lower reyiotia of many of us." llo bad, bo said, condemned a slaughter yurd bec.tuse it was a disgrace to tue town, bad bo blamed tbo council for not backing him up iu hi* crtorta to abolish tho disease spots v.Lijch menaced tbo health of tbc ratepayers. lie wouJd have condemned uuothur yard whi<;h was equally smeliiui, but bo bad nut tbc power i.o xnovo it. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914. THE FEDERAL "IMPASSE." The Whys and the Wherefores. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

-SATURDAY, -JAUT7A£Y}3V-iMi. ME R^^^SlPASSE!" The Whys and the Wherefores. Those who understand tho political " ' , fcituatvon in tho Commonwealth cannot t flail to be amused at tho antics of capi ( talistic caballers and their push of press ; panders who aro so persistently en deavoring to bulldog tho gullible public into tho belief that tho Federal ma chinery is quite out of Rear and that an impasse has eventuated. Ihcro is real y ' nothing constitutionally amiss. Tho House of Representatives and the Senate .bare been elected by tho people- on a universal adult franchiso in strict ac cord with the provision* of tho Federal Constitution, and tho fact that in ono HoU>o the Liberals and tho Laborites *tro in jcqual numbers, while in tho other tl»o Labor Party has nearly a five-sixths majority is simply tho result of imper fect electoral subdivision. Each State is* parcelled out into a number of sepa rate electorates ior the House of Repre sentatives, which prevent^ each vote polkd...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

Petmecky IS THE NAME OP the "VERY LATEST "talking machine. • The? sue for uso on eTcty mate of ditc, necilc-cut records, and are far «tiperIor to c any ether needle, for cach ono will | PLAY 10 KEOKDS; * Iber ars guaranteed not ta {ujuro re ft voros, but (o improvo tone, reduce scratch P ir.R. • and cctierally iraproTft and preserro li r<.<or<l. j mien, is. i»er packet. jj try a PACKET of petmecky needles now. THE CENTREWAV, 259* Collins Street, Alelbourne. TRAINERS AND For WINNING COLORS ROSENTHAL'S BEEHIV J racing colors From 403 the Set, JOCKEYS' breech;--. Cashmere, 50s.: Silk, -103.; C.aV more, 40a / CAPS, Ss. G.J, (nev English n i-ik) Hurdle and Steeple Skull C;io2, 7s. 6i | ROSENTHAL'S BEEHIVE 92-94 EMZAHOTII-STREET, i Near Collins-street )

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HISH HOO!! WHY LORD DENMAN RESIGNED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

, why'ilo'ri? desman RESIGNED' ' £ His Ludship's resigned—hish—hoo !! He can't do his work, which, he don't want to shirk, So he's chucked up his job—hish—hoo !! His Ludship's resigned—hish—hoo'!! . He's wireld to the King : "I'm gripped by this Thing— And I'm dead to the world"—hish—hoo !! • ' • " His Ludship's resigned—hish—lioo ! ! Hay Fever he's got. and the Vice-Regal Pot Is sneezing and snorting—hish—hoo!! His Ludship's resigned—hish—hoo !! We're sorry 'tis so, but just let him go— With his cough drops and hanky—hish—hoo I !

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE CRITIC [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

'-»n. U.. Crl*,', j 'tai'S c''u-' r4 Asd^oehereni24y'«/Ajf«de/y! ' - 1 il«a of "maik"— Girt m "fits''—The tailor, waffes of gia ii brcati. * * » Scjpioicn—IctpL-cd picuwork. 1 Te*y «*«a «2air—The ocena. AutiotT—Fear spread oat this, Woman looks best when hugjy. ■1 f»lc-£jht is all manley-coddle. An aviator iHust so nmch sky'it. A b'aninot«'^be3uty depends on its Ggare. tinliko some people, docks hare open faces. CeU tho 'Twig" of Uiings—The murderer. Dopnitism-Poppjism arrived at matar [ ♦ . | Te^e P1"' tai«« Ws wife foe better or for j none.0 is 10 b" »»««'■« of aiH-fiu.® drMsn"'tw who is aln-ays aaking ! Md^a" n01rad:l11 haT0 10 their piece ! * •* * prS^hf °'" ti,= mi"-n6 «* «» nmTKdyrfesW!Br0°k" " ^ 1 WOmu:; ifc Women wear veils to hide the connexions ! j taey harca t cot, * j | lo^olre SjdT* "U'er7 ^ °" " #ar | -e9"taIdt toast. dc3erT» ^"'^^when of fnzit, etc., it at once melon chollj and Jcaon-tabJe. and#cl0ci3 a" "■ h4D St" ^ sWd When married people E0 courting, dirorct often ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

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