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TUCKPOINTER THOMAS. Was He Taken Down? City Court Bench Say "No." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

[ TUCKPOIHTEB THOMAS. I Was He Taken Down ? | City Conrt Bench Say "No," D.iTlJ Thomas, a well-groomed, married mMi of niitidic ugc, a laic resident o: Kc rang, wus informant in a case heard at the City Court before Mr. 1'. J. Lhvyer, P.M., ani justices on Tuesday. Defendant ww -i uuit uuui'jd Jumes Wors'ey, and the eh; rx'i* against b:tn was one of bavin? ob U.rit".! money from Tbatnas by means of false prti' iicii. Thomas's v.as that lie had answered an advertisement in a morning paper and paid defendant €30 as a premium to be taught the trade of tuchjjoint'ng. He con tracted to learn the trude in all its branches within a period of thru* months. lie saw Thomas at the Metrocele in lying-street, and the latter tolj him that he requred the premium money more as a guarantee of good faith than any'hin;^ else. He also said 1 tint if he {witnrs-) wjs not sa»:sfied with | his tuition by could get the n oney biclt. 1 Defendant undertook that he (wi-.m^s) wo-Id 1 be able, after it few week...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE PRINCE IMPERIAL AND LOTTIE WATKINS. A Son Born at St. John's Wood. Lottie Shipped to Australia. How a Baby Trick was Worked. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

THE PRINCE IMPERIAL AND LOTTIE VMTKIIIS. A Son Born at St. John's Wood. Lottie Shipped to Australia. How a Baby"Trick was Worked. IThe cablos toll uh nn hoir to Prtnco Victor Napoleon was born ut Brussels on January -«'l. This little incident is ex pected to caiw> a flutter amongst Bona partists and KoyalisU. The birth causes a r"vival of the story of the late Prinot) Jnip'-rial, >on of Kinpi'.^ss Eugenie, and ih»s notorious Lottie Watkins. lioforo ^oin^ to South Africa, whero bo met. h;.s death, thy Prince was a conspicuous inan about town. lie did not n|K» tho pririco, however/i but posed a.s plain Mr. or Monsieur, a? tho whim took aim. >Io mixed in what is called a fast pet, of rake.'A and roues, having a peryjaaiit^. for tho petite ami affile blau^TtfTi^.^ music hall. !t was whdo * under ono of his psoudr/TO|« ho carnq-' , under the spell of I.ott:! ^V-a^l^i tlio1 I[daughter of a ]ic^.'nt-\lQ^t draper. - ; Roller skating had justSj^oir^'V.tho. j I rage. and Lottie had f...

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

THE FEDERAL, IMPASSE. Thcro was a sront impasse, but Jo^opli bad a lassie—a maiden who wa?. beautiml and strong; And 'twas easy of solution with Miss Double Dissolution, until Andy r.nd his ti:rlio came along; Th«>n—oh. my dear Maria!—tl:e f;it is in the fire I—and everything looks desolate and drear For Joseph in his cady and his* iittlo D.D. lady, while Audy and his charmer cry "What cboer?"

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"THEY ASK FOR MORE!" Wealthy Shipowners' Sweated Servants. A Cunard Capitalist's Commonsense Chat. Why Don't Australian Combine Cormorants Take the Hint? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

"THEY ASK FOR MORE!" [ Wealth}' Shipowners' Sweated Servants. A Canard Capitalist's Commonscase Chut. Why Don't Auntrulian Com'oino (Jormorimts Tuko tbo Hint? At tho present time, moro than or dinary intercut is attached to tho rcla- j tionship e^i&tm^ botwccu shipowners j mid tnoir employees, whether they bo | tho exalted, resplendent individuals who j walk tlio quarter-deck, or tho watersiuo | workers who hump spuds ior o:.e and a • tray att hour. 1 ney aro all workers, and , aiiKe in this respect, that they are dis- ! contented wit.ii their lot, and navo do j munded »moro pay. Tho bhipowtiers aw- 1 sort that tho demands are exorbitant; : but this is the usual cry ot the wealthy, j u non asked to pay a decent waf;o. 'J ho ; directors of tlio wealthy !\ and O. Corn- ! pany said tho same tiling w ho.i a:;ked by j their sweated outers ior moro ua^'s. i But they had to uiiwb down horn their : liau^ht3' attitude when tho Imperial , Merchant Servico Guild took a Jiand in tlio jx...

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)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

DRUNE«£ISINrrvTSS&" CURED. A Peaceful Heme Relieved c£ a Cum enev uv..! '"r .11 t;t::hj EUCRASY, W^jhz, C1YE IT SECRETLY Coits Kcithini to Try Vo troubl-*. 119 Ili'-01.*: Address—The Eucrasy Co., U2 Hunter St., Sydney. ^

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
[?]OUNCE OF BOUNDING BOODLERS. Frightening Foolish Fruit Growers. A Deep Laid Plot. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

! BOUUGE OF BQUHD1NG BOODLERS. Friglituniiv; Foolish Fruit lirowLTs A Deep Laid Plot. I {From "Truth's" Tasmaiuau Correspondent.) Tb" local centres of boodle for u while succeeded in lb? smaller Ta&manian Jauuhold-.-rs ta~rjy ir»j;aitiicii out of their w.is lb« prospects of the thrcateued smke of tho walctiide worhcii. It ba» been the deliberate object of the nionopol sis all over ibe Commonwealth to precipitate an industrial troub.e at the wuajvia, ko that tbiy will be abk- to turn round i.o the primary producer* and denary U» them: 'There its your Labor Party for you! What do you tliin>: of them tiawr" The ktnke did not eventuate, u<ir is ii Lively to. lint while the scare lasted the boudk-rs thought they mip'ht as well u:ul;e lib much of it as ih'-y eouid. Your pc.tuaiy p:udu.<r i* usually a fairly nervous person. 4-xcept. when Uu ii fighLiir,' some pur«-!y physical diflie'ilty on his own paddock. And in Tasmania, the 5<:;ire v/orlird f...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
[?]IONALISING THE HOSPITALS. A Much-Needed Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

• | f T10NALSS1NG THE HOSPITALS. A Much* Needed Reform. - Iff.iiti-w -- out) thing niuio than an-I ,^htn lor Uincu V. u Jin\ i> tlutiiK tho ! is tin ulian^t-d uUilnuu it 'nns., 01 mo p-.'Ojiio imwuda the .,u, t Hun ot llCCv|ltII[- stltt„ su,!>i>ttlUco> cuner in u monetary hum or uv ho coming uimaivs ot j, buio or V,oa,j blalo institution ia cu.-.uj, ui p.non.v or lieloro tho days oi i.aljur ; tutors, uluii tlio Undicai:, oi tho 01 their day 10 do Vol. Oil t..e rjUO:»l»Ojj ol diie^iy lo mdivida.d i,u,.,.-. me Voiku.g class, or to institution^ which dop'-ndcd lor tho ijroater portion of' llu.ir means ol up|.«<ep unon the t»en ni^ oi the worleis. tho Mane ie-W »cijool of Liberal, backed, generally, by tho hidebound Tory, always .strongly disapproved ot such concisions. 'mi's ti;.-v did on tho ground that State aid given without a nuid pro (,uo~that ntonev ;^iven to tho workers without their having person.illy earned the same —had a demoralising effeet upon tho xv...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SAYLOR KNOCKS MEHEGAN. Fast Gruelling Battle Ends is Eleventh Round. Yankee's Terrific Hitting—And Mehegan's Magnificent Courage. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

SAYLOR KNOCKS AIEHEQaN. Fast Gruelling Battle Eodsia EiLVtutli Round* Yankee's Terrific Hiltim;—And Mc licgau's Magnificent Courage. J (From "Truth's" Sjdney Correspondent.) ! 1 There was a great crowd at the Hush- - cuiters' Bay SUdium on Saturday night, - eager to see bow the Australian tbampion, ! : Hughio iiehegan, of Melbourne, wouid fare ' i with iliJbufu Saylor, the young Amcric^ii ; ; who so badly defeated and knocked out clever Alf ilorey a month ago. It wss thought that the different style of McUcgim, 1 ttio determined in-boiiug and terrific bit i ting at close quarters would make the Jathy, long-lj'rabed .Yankee's task a rery different one to that bo bad when pitted against a. less' damaging man liko Morey, whose cliiof dependence is bis clever boring and toot work. Saylor, so far as'wo saw him *;»aunt . Morey, had appeared to be quito at bomo at full-range slogging, but by no mean* comfortable at close quarters—the stud that Mcho^an-excels in; and the fans wore extra r.u...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TURF TWISTERS IN TASMANIA. Law Dodgers Unmolested by Officials or Police. Mismanagement and Muddle. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

TURF TWISTERS W TASMANIA. Law Dodders Unmolested by Oiiicials or Poiici:. Mismanagement and Muddle. iFroui 'Truth'*'' Tasmaniaa Correspondent.) liorsos arc tho pro^-'iit topic o! con vorsation throughout Tasmania. It .vuu cui't tall; about horses ju3t now, you „r» coiwdorod about a ccntur.v M-™' tli« tiinos It is very doubtful if \ >o toria brcomea so solidly interested In tho Melbourne Cup a* T^manm coir.cs inlorcsU'd in tlw la.NUianmn Fortnight. It is tho one turf carnival of tho year at winch tho stakes ,uo sufficiently attractive to brmu horso= from the mainland. . Tho Tasmanian Fortnight u divided into four days' wcm» in and a similar do.-o in llobart. t two contra UUo it iu t«"' °l*in ' , campaign. This year, it i.- < h«- tun. of tlu Tasmaiiiaii 'l'urf Club, ulnch i« tho norihorn body, and by the ii«:o t us -s printed tho Lauiico-.toii Cup ol I. ivi havt> p.issod lUto the h.story <» manian many. Tho llobart Cup will t.iko plaoo licit weok. Tliorc is...

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

PETERS, Bookseller, 185 Swanston Street. DECAMERON, First Complete Enjli ih Edit'on, 4?.. Post Free. FORTUNES AND MISFORTUNES OF TIIK FAMOUS MOLL FLANDERS. 2s. CJ , Von Fr-;. ] ARISTOTLE'S COMPLETE: WORKS, con- j laiiiiu,; il.c Ma?terpiect\ Directions for Mj(I wivrrs, iir.J Coun.-'.-l ami Adrice to Women, w.th Various Useful J'.t-niComplete, I with Colored Piafs, 3s. 6-J.. Post Five. | DOOR OF NATURE, vrith Plates, iatejri or] especially for the married cr those in iccdiriR to marry. Latest {Complete Edition) 2.;. 6.J.. Post Fr^c. RELATIONS of THE SEXES. Is.. Post Fro.-. THE LLEPTAMERON, Complete, 4s., Pest Fr.<\ MADEMOISELLE DE MAUPIN, 2s. Cd., Now—for Cash! If there's anything you want ic the way of furni'.ure or clothes, either for vourself or f lr, a Cash Order, and 11UY FOR CASII, repaying at the r*»* of Is. in th? £1 per wee.':. All you pay for this scrvie^ is 5 per cent ; in other word?, a single shil ling in the pound. Far cheaper than buying on trnio payment. Ret...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHICKEN-CHASER HOLT. Who Makes "a Meet" With "Sweet Fourteen." Is Biifed, Jugged, and Fined. But is Liberated on the Ground of Non-Offensiveness. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 31 January 1914

CHICKEN-CHASER HOLT. \\ ho Makes "a .Wcei" With I •'Sweet i-ourlCi;n." Is BiifeJi Jilted, and Fined. j iiut is Liberated ou the Groimd of ^sou-Ulioiibivuiieis. A wan 16 rears ot a-c, named ltichar'1 ! Hull, ol North.o.c, who met a 14-ijiir-o.il . giri named ida iAiii: and inadfc "a umvt ' with her, uaU who wj> tin.-* a liver for i "oCviiSiVc- bvhaTior" by ttw local bcafci, sue- j ccssiul.y appealed against lUe cout.cuou, 1 winch was gnashed bv Mr. Justice cuss-.u ou Tuesday. ' i The 6io:v of Holt's <s;r.pado is ati un- 1 6iTWry out- in lhai it i<- ivioluit ol w? UvSwTtm»». but uib cciidiici tua.ii no; be i pi iced iu ibo L'.asuc ca.ef*o;y ot "ofk-us-.ve. 1 , ue?s." ami *-> be ciudfd conv.ciiuii. i J ia Raj, who rtii'.ci v.tu htr sup-fa;her ; at Nortluoie, w»s, tariy one niormtu, walk, 'in;; ul^uj l'tnac:?-siivtt, near th«- coiner of Thurr.ii'.-sireut, when she met Holt, with whoi.i sh* wjJ unacquainted. "Good i<:orn:i»s," he -ad will; a smirk a...

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

Ijo w mM ^ukcL ytfub 1 C^OjgU' of G$(j(hiA ■jftjrW llUL EXTRA TROUSER why gou should visit OE TAYLOR THE TAB LOR There's no alternative ! Tiie huge staf-f of splendid tailors Joe Tavlor got together for ths Christmas rush MUST bo kept busy. It won't pay to have them idle—and it won't pay to dismiss any of them. Experience proves that''Extra Trousers Free" will give the necessary fillip during the comparatively slack season—so here jjoes once more. e Taylor at 50/- &S/- & 7QJ are always the best value obtainable in Melbourne. Big spot cash purchases direct from the mills, and his system of spot cash selling, account for that. With "Extra Trousers Free" there's not a tailoring offer in Australia that can come within coo-ee of him. Keep Joe Taylor's tailors busy 1 It will pny you ! He guarantees to please you with the Suit—or refund every penny of your money. ——— Callif you can. If not, vrritc for — • Patterns and Easy Solf-nieasuro- ■ mcnt Torms. Bnve nothing to ■ — do...

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

BUNGLING I'OLICE. ! In cr,::nc-ction v;:ili ih* arrcit of; an in?iO'.f.-rit man at On:to. ".h:n\i:•/' urit-v; - --"111 ly*t of •Tr.ith" I I'l.•>..-<} how 't !> iw KJv.arj O NVil v.as 11' 1 I-V the r.!;' : » :.i,i torn lis an-! lit i!; <'!il!rrn. .\i-iti* !>■ !.: '• h.» in sr:r T *Jcy O'NVfJ?. f.ov ir::s; h'-t n;.<jr wife ':tjrVr •.*.! For tii.- trntib!r :irr.: sorrow th'-v »]p? han-i 0'N<-i!I ;lio pr.liry vuv "" £23. I vso\M not enre to hire been in O'NeiU'i iboei for ' £100.'*

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

^*%LEAN S'.voon time i" on at tlto London Stores, and ovorybody known" it. Under tho G.P.O. cloelc strenuous R ".Broom men are busily engaged iti satisfying tho demands of wiso ahoppora. Daily tho 3Hroom Brigude, full of activity generated by special oilers, is amongst tho bargain wonders busily engaged in slaking tho great demands, This is Australia's grout i'-eoiirmy Sale. Hero, thousands of poclcots aro benefited, It is your chance as well as others to got sonic of these honest values—to join in tlioso stirring days' rovplations. Como at once and get wliut you want—it is here waiting for you. c | IVlen's Ready-to-Wear I Suits—Clean Sweep ' Prices only. Ready-to-Wear SUITS, our own manufacture, in c variety of shades, such as greys, greens, ami fancy mixtures, rrith or without tents, long lapels; Clenn Sweep 01 /• Price... **XI Rcady-to-Wear SUITS, in ail wool navy Serge, indigo 6ye, cut. hi the prcvailiug style: we est) honestly say Ihcav r«» present the finest suit valui uvMcl 2...

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

CATARRH I SnitI! StiiO 1 That's ilie first stage of '• Catarrh. Ik' careful, or it will spread, causing unpleasant, offensive smelling exert- ; tions io form in toe nasal cavities. Then it | will extend to the passages of the Ears, re sulting in partial less of hearing. Again, ; some of the accuwuluiinr.s may find their . way into tbo stomach, causing indigestion and a most diBtressiag form of Dyspepsia. • Finally, it may lodge in kJtse important or^an and causa Bronchitis, or that dread scourge—Consumption. , FREE OFFER TO SUFFERERS. "Kat-nr-ah" Treatment i« »r Catarrh ie based ou scientific principles, anJ aims at the eradication of th-.* trouble on an entirely new and iog:caI basis. In order that you may prove to your own satisfaction the worth and effectiveness of th? Treatment, I vtill biipplv ycu with a trial hor.lc of "Kat ar-ah" Inhalnut FREK OF CHARGE. if you will send me your full naw«» and address. : together with 3d. in stamps to coTer cost of postage. Write olainly. and...

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

Rowan, J. P. Once a clerk of courts was he, Then a grand P.M., Now with Jays he sits and acts— For he is one of th»-m. St. Kilda is his domicile, Aud all the Jays thereat Marvel that bis knowledge wide Can be covered by his hat.

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

Hardy, J.P. Another Carlton Justice he— Hardy here you sue— A magistrate who deals it out As fairly as can be. When Hardy sits upon the bench The ' heads" and nits all know That he Till be gerere, perhaps, But they will Ket a chow..

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

A PACHYDERMATOUS POl I ciiY I ' PARSON. , i Coa5".»tu:y Court .n I.-uiJon hM In-' v, charts :i:aic by the liishup of Ui.icu of imiiic:al tv against the K«t. \Vav;h; lU-'V^'.'AW, t car ot H'.. P-ul'v. He w:.s s» <i ta 112vbf.'U'.iyi'J th- trust in. cm han as a del* in hr> y ordvr* by ; u-0 clcs.ly 10 hli bonoiu a youi.jr q'.tI ii-.- hail sorted to b.vo as a ward, ' w-v.'* i.'tiiiily ot ('.ROWN-rr HOYS AND CIPJ.S didn't 11bvr a JiUk- < i:. tor the was not :» bad c'.r. of a tart, v.b.lt- tlry ioi.ld m t lay v.<\> nt rUiii.t; t<j j.v.uty in that r*-5f.cct. Jt'j tLi'V o!;jr.'U'd to lur liav.ji^ her riu'lbt: IM'.U..- ill I h V Jila.c ui ihry u-d, U.J ; t c> w.th i.e.'. 'il-.jy v.mji. ••? s ;.-ja.!.->. -.l.-ir :'a;ij;-r, w\.■■•>•, h v;.s.i iirci:**1'! ot ,UMrt?:a! cciMuot, j'nr >\..h is U.r kindly spirit in v. airjh son; c:i in.b'.i<r :.'*a:d cach t-.:»•■;■. i»u; Ui.-y said tl. • vicat u:--d i o hor h-i:d an' NJt !i.i...

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

Awiiil Offal. Putrid Preparation of Porl;. }\op!<- r.it'.i a piiicliant for pwfc will U* 1 :nt''X>.*3;''l to k;.iu bjw lb;? pg. birfctv tall ' in;; a ;y tin- l-ute'u-t's kmf';, is U'l aii'l !a'-tori«-i m thv r,.ui.'.ry, which is sup p'.sH 1.1 pro.iuor nUhit ^ htu who!., sun.o Io.hI. 11 ow <on:c .,t V.v?- provincial purk'ts ar.> pre- ::rfd for Rhiu^btcr was sliowu at the Nliill Court of I'ftiy S>*sioiii cu Thursday of hs: wot-!:, r.'hfn scvoral heal tradesmen f.;cr(l Mr. l!»rr'?u». P.M.. at the instant cf who conducted th<.» prose cution fur the iKpumun: of Public Health. The < vMc.'idiv'o» t\ a di^ustin- comli lion 4jf ufiitir-s. Two m-n !iawe-l William rvi:;l Jr.h;, lto«l«la. trading as KmMu an.l Pmutsju. had to rnswur n ch:..%-c «jf Invin^ jutim tttd swine to FEED ON It AW OFFAL. 0-4 N-j7 nL-.r 13 hg., Jns^-tot K'.ts v.silei lb:- r,: tujihi. i.y;.td cvii':uyl«.-<l bv tb ' ih l\ n dnus n.*:ir Mjtll. Tbrr.- ,w-rc» 2u pi...

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