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Barrier Bounders Bilked. NEW RAILWAY BY-LAW. "TRUTH'S" TROUNCING TRIUMPHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

Barrier Bounders Bilked. NEW RAILWAY BY-LAW. "TRUTH'S" TROUNCING TRIUMPHANT. (From Brisbane "Truth.") On n recent occasion this paper li.nl occasion to draw attention to tin? shameful way in which certain voun;; bounders In the Railway Department were exercising their "little brief authority" in the matter of the ticket barrier insanity. One specific charm? : made by "Truth" was that "on a recent ! date a press representative of tho "Telegraph,'* a respected Journalist in i 'the city, wished to approach the Cen- 1 tral station-master on business-, aiul was refused admission by the nabobs : at the gates. On asserting Ills rights ; to interview a public otlicer, the press man was assaulted, and had his cloth- j Ins torn by the minions of the Com- | mlssloner. A pressman is to a or- 1 tain extent the servant of the public, i and should be protected in the exe- 1 cutlon of his duty instead of being assaulted." On that occasion "Truth" j pleaded for some check on thQ bump- j tious ofllci...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE ASSET. ORPHANS AND COWS. "Slaivry—Only in Meriky." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

THE ASSET. 0RPH3NS HND COWS.' •'Slalvry—Only in Merlky." nxmt (By -A. Ii B.>: '&mSS0 &> .'(From Brisbane "TmthV'X'^v^ 'Ask' any N4w South 'Wales State orphan. Also, ask any dairy-farmer, I asked a State orphan once. He glanced fearfully in the direction of the farmer, shook his little head des perately In the negative, and, dashing barefooted through the Scotch thistles, ran behind a barn. I think I heard him sobbing. Some fathers exist who have never seen their children. Some mothers exist who have had to hand over their children to the care of the Benevolent Society of New South Waln.s, or to tho State. I asked the dairy-farmer later. He glanced in th»» direction of the State orphan, who was by that time back in the cow-yard. "Slaivry." hr* drawled: "only in Mf-riky. Only niggers is slaves. There's that young rascal back again, I see. My son—this bright youngster here—tells me the beggar wus away from the yard just now for a whole cow-milk, I'll teach him...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

PETERS, Bookseller, 185 Swanstcm Street. DECAMERON-, First Complete Ec-liri, Edition, -is.. Pest Tree. FORTUNES AND MISFORTUNES «v> THE FAMOUS MOLL FLANDERS. 2s. &»., Post Free. ARISTOTLE'S COMPLETE WORKS, c.a taitiing the Masterpiece, Directions for J'-- • wives, and Counsel and Advice to Wc.*:j with Various Useful Remedies. Comp: .. with Colored Plates, 3s. 6d., Post Frco BOOK OF NATURE, with PJatcs. mreuJ. ed especially for the married or tbos«. .i> tending to marry.* Latest (Complete Edi'.i^z: 2s. 6d.. Post Free. RELATIONS OF THE^ SEXES, Is.. T Free. THE HEPTAMERON, Complete, 4»., Free. MADEMOISELLE DE 1TAUPIN, 2s. r;.. P05t- F702. THE PROBLEM OF MOTHERHOOD, 1,., P=s: Free.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TYPOTHETAE. Its Main Objective: Fair Prices and Fair Wages. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

TYPOTHETAE. Its Main Objective : Fair Prices and Fair Wages. "W« hare received from Mr. J. J. Miller, tbe well-known Melbourne printer, a pam phlet denouncing what he terms the Master : Printers' Combine, or the Typotbetaen monopoly. He says:—' This combine hr.3 for its objective the unnatural forcing up of prices for printed matter of all kinds. By the cunningly devised plan of "corncring" piper sup plies, etc., a large number of master prin ters baa been squeezed into tbe "ring." This, of course, has been accomplished by the aid of the paper merchants, and ink, type, and machinery suppliers. He then proceeds to quote letters between himself and a Typothetae leader, which go | to show that two vi the principal firms paper merchants refused to do business with liim, and concludcs with epistles he has addressed to tho Attorney-General asking for remedial legislation, which, be adds, has been promised iu tho form of a Bill to m discrimination in trade illegal. Perhaps the Typothetae, ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

FROOTOIDS Cure Headache, Indigestion, Constipa tion, and Biliousness. They are elegant in appearance and pleasant to take; they are immensely more valunMo than an ordinary aperient; they remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs, waste poisonous matter that is clogging thcin and choking the channels '.hat lead to and from them. Frootoids are THE BEST aperient medicine to take when any Congestion or Bluod Poison is present, or when Congestion of the Brain or Apoplexy is pre»ent or threatening. They have been tested, and have been proved ;o afford quick relief in such cases when fiber aperients have not don« any good ■m all. Frootoids are absolutely un rivalled fcr FAMILY use; their bcneficial effects are evident by the disappearance of headache — a bright chvery sense of perfett health trtking tho place of sluggish depressed feelings, by the liver acting properly, aud by the food being properly digested. Frootoids are a very economical MEDICINE. A dose taken once a week, at...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WIDOW SPRY'S SALOON. Wilful Damage to Goods. Victoria-parade Resident Prosecuted. Claim Reduced From £7 to £1. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

WIDOW SPRY'S SALOON. Wilful Damage to Goods. Victoria-parade Resident Prosccuted, Claim Reduced From £7 to £L Emily Heaney, a young married woman, | vjUu resides uv No, 20 Victoria-parade, waa 1 proceeded against by ilary Jane S>pO'' her | next-door neighbor, at th* Collingwood , Court on Monday, on a charge of having wilfully damaged a quantity of tobacco, ciyrirs ali-l curette?, on January 28. Ia the summons the vj'.luc of the property dam as set down at £7. . ' Mr. .D, C. Ixvy, who conducted the prose cution, informed the justices (Messrs- £• Coulson, Ji C6rnfoct, and W. Marshall) that Mrs. Hcinby hid evidently been suffering from some imajjnary grievance when the did what his witnesses would allege, Mary Jane Spry, a widow, who carries on a tobacconist's and hairdresser's business at | No. 27 Victoria-parade, gave evidence that | when she returned to the ehop on the pre- i vious Wednesday morning she as:ertained that a l QUANTITY 07 WET "RUBBISH had boon thrown ovrr certain p...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A TRUE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

A TRUE STORY. Writing from Bamawm, Vic., Mr. "Wil liam John Touill, late of Harveytown, Eaglehawk, Vic., says: "In regard to the statement I gave yon some years ago as to my euro of kidney complaint, I may say that a short time since I had occasion to be medically exaniined, and was entirely free from any complaint." Mr. Vouill's original statement as follows: "1 feel it a duty I owe to you and to suffering humanity to send you thi3 letter, in the earnest hope teat others who may be suffering 33 I was from that dread complaint, Bright's Dis ease of the kidneys, may take courage aad leara from my experience to adopt the same method of treatment that I did, feel* ing sure that by ao doing they will be saved ' much pain and misei"y, and, perhaps, an early grave. This may seem to some a re i markable statement to make, but it can be , substantiated by anyone who will take the trouble to enquire for themselves from we j or of my friends who were with me at the time. Despite all the skill...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BOTHER 'BOUT A BABY BOY. Was Grand-Ma Assaulted? Sou-in-Law's Cobber Charged. Case Dismissed for Want of Corroboration. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

BOTHER 'BOUT A BABY BOY. Was Grand-Ma Assaulted ? Sou-in-Law's Cobber Charged. Case Dismissed for Waut of Corroboration. I According to admissions made at various ( timos iu the Coliingwood Court there must • be a lot of husbands and wives living apart j ; from one another in that bub of democracy* | This fact was most pronounced ut that court i ] on Tuesday, when James Weoks, a youug . ■ gentleman of mild appearance, waa charged . ; with hnrjiig assaulted Mary Elicu Burriuge,> a dame well past iniddlu age, who itsi'Jes { at No. 67 Park-street—apart from her bus- • band for tho present, so she admitted.Htx legal adviser was ilr. S. Stephen, whilo Weeks, a rciident of Ko. 27 Heiliyistreet, had liis interests looked after by Mh C. H. To.hurst. The justices on the bench were Messrs, A. Collins (chairman) and K. Brown, and they were informed by Sjlicitor Stephen that tlie v.hole of the bother wa« caused through hi« client's son-in-law, who lived apart froin b.s j wife, arid Jimmy Wee...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

or^ lave yois Settled Tti&t Suit Question Yet, Sir? Y'.'t: will cct all that is desired in the way of an up-to-date Suit from the latest shades and designs in ^uitincs, and tou can porkft th^ difference between my price and what tho other tailor would .re cut and made by experts, aro in keep'ug for with thopo elsewhere Good Suit at the x SAC SUIT Of53" I ALL TO Ahf= ONE MEASURE ^*-*7 price FROJI THE PICK OP THE STOCK. Write for Tatterns, Tape, and SJL 139 Bourke Street, MELBOURNE. 5? THE "SAVOY Nos. 304-306 LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Next Royal Arcade). MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE. COMPLETELY REJiODELLED. LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED. CUISINE UNPARALLELED LUINCHEOINS, DIININERS, SUPPERS. TABLE DUOIE CI A LA CARTE. CATERING A SPECIALITY. R. L. HOSSEN LOFF, • Proprietor. Of; THE GREAT CALVERT, The World's Most Darin<r Hicrh AY ire Performer. THE LEON TRIO, Austnili;. •• Representative Athletes, The Acme of Physical Culture. THE Ol.ARK-R'AZZILLSAR3S, !:• tj eir Thrilling' Triple A...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
YANKED OUT OF THE YARRA. Willow McEachern Dips Her Weeds And is Unthankful to her Deliverers. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

I YANKED OUT OF THE YARRA. i Willow McEacheru Dips Her Weeds 1 And is Unthankful to her Deliverers. Ii was well for the elderly widow, Sarah McKachsrn, that her juvenile rescucrs, a brace of knickerbockered boys named Eeck and Hof.son. bad not read—of, if they had read, had not taken to heart—bluff Tony Wcllcr's advicp to Sam, "Bevare of the rid dors," else she had not been dragged from the turgid Yarra. But as becomes a "vid tier"—for has not tbc experienced Tony left it on record that "there's no accounting for 'em, Sammy," she wasn't a bit grateful for her rcseue from a -watery gravo, NOBODY WAS LEFT ia any doubt about that -when she wag prose* cuted at the Court of General Sessions on Monday, before Judge Eagleson, charged with rjtiempted suicide. She was 10 full of fxpostu'.atioii that a couplc of warden were reduced to pantomimic expression and ex cessive perspira'Jon before order was restored and everybody understood the other, or con fessed to it. It appeared from the eviden...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MARRIED WOMAN'S LIFE MARRED Gaoled for Despoiling Drapers. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

MARRIED WOMAN'S LIFE MARRED 1 Gaoled for Despoiling Dr. p.rs. "An exceptionally clever vho[>lifur" wn» bow the Crown Prosecutor def-chbed Eliza beth Hiitoa wben she wis presented at the Court of General Sessions on Monday, before Judge Eagleson, charged with the larceny of two drcisft?, vaiued ut £10, bo'en^im* to Treadway aud Co. of Smith-strict, ColJinf- i wood. Alternatively she we? charged wi;h knowingly rocaivmj; stolen property. To bo'*h ibe scornfully pleaded not JT-ilty, and con ducted ber own dcfencc, i NOT WITHOUT SOME SKILL. | , Tbe case for the Crown was <Lat on De I cembor 17 the dresses alleged to have been ! stolen were exposed to Tiew in a p.ass cost*, i : Next day they wore gone. Nobody ha-i ! 1 been wen taking tht-tn. and everybody in that department of tbe shop v.-as at a los3 ' ! to account for their disappearance- Bu: on ; the following day accused oflered tbeni for sale at a second-hand shop in' Brunswick, 1 I and tho conductress of the j OLD CI.O...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A SON'S SKULL CRACKED. Father Before the Court. Accused Again Remanded. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

A SON'S SKULL CRACKED. Father Before the Court. Accused Again Remanded. John Doncjsn, aged 58 ye:rs, described as a watchmaker, responded once a-jaiu to bis lail at the C/olhnywood Court on Tuesday on a charge of iniiicUing grievous bodily harm on his son, Hugh Dorian. /.ccordin^ If? the cvide/iee submitted on J various occasions, it was alleged that the I father and son rc*:ued in Um?3hous£»3treet, j and, on December 2'J, u quantity of beer l was consumed. This led to.some djJIerencu j of opinion, and during Iho argument, Hugh j Doncgan got a crack on tbe skuli with an J iron bar. Tho sa.tno night tho father called at tho police station and informed the officer , in charge that ho hud killed his son. When Constable Proudfoot arrived at the house in Gias3houce-street, ho found young I Doncgan, with a crack in his skull, lying on tho floor IS A TOOL OF BLOOD. A blood-stained bar of iron, found in the place, was scoured, and Douccan. j"un.. re moved in an ambulance to the Melbourne I ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

CHINESE DOCTOR, Successfully Treats All Discuses—Internally and Externally, 130 EUSSELL STREET. MELBOURNE (Opposite King's Theatre). Hours; 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 1335. WHOLESALE Price, Griffiths & Co. Sid Little CollLns.iitreat.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HOOLIGANS AT FITZROY. Irate Householder Proves a Tartar. And is Bashed and Smashed with a Baltic. Jury Disbelieves his Assailant's Tale. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

HOOLIGANS AT FITZROY. Irate Householder Proves a Tartar. And is Basbcd anil Smashed with a Baltic. Jary Disbelieves his Assailant's Tale. WliUo Arthur "Woarne and a. number of his rplaiiTCB and friends wflro pleasantly seeing tho old year out and the new year in, to tho acsompanimcnt of vocal music, ct his homo in Best-atrcct, NorUi Pitzro7, tho ornamental top of his gate-post was torn off, and can» hurtling through tho open front doorway. Whereupon Wearne ceaacd warb ling, and dashed out to roxnonjtrate with ARTHUR WEARKE. the radc disturbers of his domestic harmony. I la the subsequent proceedings, be was struck with a bottle, and sustained a fracture of tlio left forearm. How this serious contre temps camo about was told iu the Court of General Sessions before Judge Eaglcson on Tuesday, when Leonard Augusta* Attwood was charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Sir. C. J. Z. Woinarski, K.C., prosecuted, and accuflcd was defended by 1'r. N. H. Soneaberg. Arthur Wearne, ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
YOUTHFUL LOVERS. An Under-Age Couple. Not Allowed to Marry. Charge of Caunally Knowing Mentioned. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

YOUTHFUL LOVERS. An Under.Age Couple. Not Allowed to Marry. Charge of Cuunally Knowing Alt'UuioUcd. Tho attention of' the Adelaido JJench was j occupied lor a considerable time this week in hearing an application iu the case ot Rupert Walters, a youug fellow of 18, who was charged with having taken trow bor home at Richmond, iu this State, Frances Susau Roger?, without Uic conscut ot* her parents, on December 4 last. Walters and I the girl were arrested by Detective'Horse-I man at a boarding-house in Flinders-street, Adelaide. Detective II. J. Kiely, ot iU'l bourne, produced the original warrant for ; the arrest of the accused, and *aid that the . 1 latter gave bis name as Reuben, aud not j Rupert. In reply to counsel for accused. Detecti*© Kicly said that Walters was staying iu tha girl's place in Melbourne for about three months. The girl's mother h:id stated that ; sho saw them KISSING AND SPOONING \ together, The girl was working at a Jolly tuctury, and she disappeared with tho ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

of Large Experience Recommend to their Pationts. NURSE CATHERINE KOR7ING oJ 176 Da7ts Slrcct, Brunswick, Vic., writo •> (ollowi (29/2/12): ' CLEMENTS TOOTC LTD. " I am wiling about tie amount o! good CLEMENTS TONIC has done my daugh ter. In January last year, the was operated upon for appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and came hoinc very weak and rundown. I gave her several bottles of Clements Tonic. It soon strengthened her nerves, she was a3 well as I could wish her before long. Fourteen years ajo 1 first nsed lliis medicine as a nurse and have recommended it times out of number, lhave iccnpeople resforedto health and strength, and bless tho day they heard of it. It never failed to do good. <JlCn=tO CATHERINE KORTING." Never without tMi medicine If run down, with Weal: Nerve*. L'ad DJce«Ui»?i, 1'oor Api'ttfte or Coiistlpatiou, It the huuiin ayateta in order ^ ILL CHEMISTS J STORES SELL IT. ^ —/OjwxoJs Cj-rculdj c%oihjsr tA& ^wvu>b {juju on...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1914. THE S'AFRICAN "SHINDY." BOER=BAITERS BADLY BIT. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

'Znttfl r ' SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1914. •BOER=BAITERS BADLY BIT. Telling tho truth, if only to shamo the devil, ought to bo a popular, if not a profitable task; but it isn't; no, not by the Blessed Blood shod on Golgotha's opprobrious hill! Tolling tho truth is j distinctly and decidedly tho most un- | profitable as well as unpopular public ; duty that "can be performed in these 'topsy-turvy times — especially if tho 'truth bo unpalatable to tho people or person to whom it is told. For olivious reasons, the real truth can seldom bo popular to communit'iea or individuals. This explains why parr.ons and priests, politicians and publicists, so seldom lpeak tho truth—tho wholo truth and nothing but tho truth. This is why re- ! iigion and scienco has had its martyrs ; and sajnts; this is why agitators, re formers, and revolutionists have been persecuted, pilloried, imprisoned, and put to death in the past. Martyrdom j Is not fashionable nowadays, and com- I petitors for canonisation are ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

I IS TEE NAMT2 OF THE VERT LATEST I TALKING MACHINE. I I The? at* for tisc on .mty make of di*c, l.ncodle-tfut rccorils, and ara far superior to I j any other needle, for cacb ono will 1 I?LAY 10 REORDS; ! | ami the? aro guaranteed not to injure re* | I cords, bul to improve tone, reduce scratch- ; ] injj. Mid generally improvo and proscrro ( | record. PRICE, Is. PER PACKET. TRY A PACKET OP PETiEECKY NEEDLES NOW. ' THE CBN'TREWAY, [259 Collins Street, Melbourne.! ELASTIC TRUSSES lor Rupturo , N'o Spring* to Cb&fa. : Ladies') Cents', Boj*' Round-abouid#red f BRACES, if. pair. Should be Worn by All Mea. fotalaable for those who ctaadloatf on tho feot. Bicycle asd herao ridari, V aaa aihlotlos. acd prcvint tb&i draggles down foMIn*." We can joppljr » speck! pattora with de tachable ba£. The most eerrieeable aapport made. Prlco, 2a. 6d„ cheaper pattern, la,, 2a. Open Friday evening* till S o'clock. 'Phcne <CM. T. ROPER. 264 Bwanston Street, A Sovereign Saved! ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE CRITIC [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

V."ho can tmlaunted brurc the Critic'* Or note unnm«l his rr.v^cr. in t> . i'aradu Iiij# errcr., =.-. v* " Aai ilo'Jifcf Uroari/'dri»-e''d<?0'; Eicr-r—-Tee nndertafcer. Good Friday is aJJ hun-ccao. ■\Val3^joU—Toe portly znatrca. Tlme-Jie—The watch that is bJotv. The bat-os is^ fielded in a melee-dy. Visionary fnjit—The apple of yocr eye, Absysthe makes tho art crew fonder," The photo-rspiie.- has « "iakic®" way with ir^rcply at lilC S13tcit S:mda giTCs i sailor, Lcre-niaki2S in a beat is only so much [ cauoe diing. Tub trade most suitable to a diorab" man—Die-sinking. ° A True should be like roast lamb—tender and mcch dressed. The vaccinated man it j who has some thing up Lis sleeve. beroTl?-,]!' bc„ 5-omc*t lo c'"!; "«■ aviator", cei.or half an airess ? The TOtmz blood wbo chews his upper lio ..eneraljy £i3 a cowa cc it. , t-,,'IMeo"r"4L0f warble 'Ome to Four Lore: s xcarbie crld—vho band-: *7 box, and ; Many a Melbourne girl is singular. But I Tkll'J^Z0^be onl710°Bhd...

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