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POSSIBLE SEQUEL TO DOUBLE DISSOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

With apologies to Longstaff. our artist here depicts Pore ols Joe in misery, plunged in the River Styx. When he tries to reach the rocks per double dissolution He sees the ogre Labor Man, and fails in resolution ; The nymphs above are adamant and heedless of his vroe— And Fusion Skulls point to the Fate awaiting pore ole Joe. '

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

Cr. Aumont. The Ut« Bill Beaaley'* pard is be— Auinout—Collin^wood. is a justice of thv pcace, X man who's just and good! A councillor, a magistrate, A Poob-Bah and ml thai; democratic to th* «orr. But chinks with men yi Fat.

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

Cr. Collins. Plump Artie'* name i* known to uuio As a bonzor top-notch Mason, While on the lay of the A.N.A. He helped to build thn nation. Then he stood at Colling-wood For civio plumes and honors, And as the Mayor he took the chair Vacated by the goners.

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

H. Rasdell, J.P. Here's lias dell. J.P., a great 'uo is he • At the Carlton Court. He always acts fairly— adjudicate* squarely— And docs what be oufht. He's a man of renowu in old Carlton town, And is liked by oue and all— He's a Tcry straight man, and does what be To fulfil duty's call.

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

PRETTY JPICTURES. Froomau, J.P. Tbif isn't a freak—'lis a »mart Richmond beak Who 9iU every day on the Bench, And,-without any jawl dispenses the law Quite fairly 'tween bloke? and wench. When a frail little lady with character bhady Sadly pleads for a maintenance order, He cut s out the spice and act* Tery nice Round the fringe of the ca*e, or the border.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SHIP'S FIREMAN USES FIREARMS. Buries Bullet in Man's Buttock. Acc[?]sed Committed for Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

! SHIP'S FIREMAN USES I FIREARMS. Buries Bullet in Alan's Bullock. Accnscd Committed for Trial. nI"xftbl!.-Ci<5'lC<>"H on tcforc Mr. I . .Martin (chairman), \V. Bell, T. OCul. nighan, unci J, II. Edward*, Js.r., u youur, rosperlBble-lootiug man, neatly attired, in,r'i! n>i i Co"n°r. charged with hat S inflicted jnevous bodily harm upnn a ".fMided cbacl Knn- c -Baraolt , f1 1T^U' sa"1 ,v"s> h luborer work-in? >!.. M- 1U L "*• ""d most nlo-nj-s drposed that parlv on the inarnmg ,,i 1'ridiiy jart j,c was p)j„dt,rs. . •,K'"r c '"'"section of William ■ W ' 111 cotupany with a mute named Jlar Li'ri". i-' . . thrir swa«s' and '""1 been. <inukmK together day and night. Accused let them on the footpath and accosted | them, asking them where thev were going to | camp that night. Witness replied, "On the I o.h-r s,de of the river." and crossed Flin ihl 8 e'j K'"l lu's mate. Accused followed tlicni, and when near Queen^s-bridgo, after )Vt"? , looted ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY MELBOURNE. Australian Exploration—The Funeral of Burke and Wills—Meetings and Testimonials — A Statue by Summers. No. 225. (All Right Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

EARLY MELBOURNE.: Australian Exploration—Tim Funeral | of Burke and Wills—Meetings j and Testimonials — A Statu<* by Summers. (Bj "Old Ciiuia.") (All Eights Reserved.) 3Ir. Alfred Howiit, wa~ employed by C.cv- ' .rfrument to return to Coop»rV Cnel:, and I (with due reverence and care bring >o Mel- I fcourne the monal remain* of Robert O'Hara Burke and William John Wills. Parliament I and people grumbled no: at tb'- expense. j £The bones were brought( to Melbourne by i - way of Adelaide, the rraf ihai Run;*' * thought would bear hini quickly 10 bis cam- j mittce to report hi* succc.-s. On the arrival j of the steamer at Mfibourne the remaini j were conveyed to the Hoval Society's Ha.ll j in La. Trobe-»tre*.-t, carefully examined to j establish their identity, and then, encased j in oak caskets, Jay in state for wtne time. | the hall being- visited by thousands. Tbe iplaco was draped in black, and every feeling *if mourning was exhibited. Tbe people who thronged the ball...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SOLICITOR WADHAM'S SON Charged With False Representation. A REMARKABLE CASE. Accused Convicted and Fined—Application for Stay of Proceedings Refused. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

SOLICITOR WADHAM'S SON Charged With False Representation. A REMARKABLE CASE. Accused Convicted and Fined—Application for Stay of Proceedings Refused. Thft unusual spectacle of an elderly father, 4 member of the Bar, appearing m person to defend his too on a serious charge *a» witnessed in tho City Court on Tuesday, *bcn a young man named Herbert Wad* ham was proceeded against on the informa tion of Charles Schott, money-lcuderi of Australian Buildings, 49 Elirabeth»street, with having on December 23 last obtained fa>m him by means of falae representations in writing the sum of £10. Mr. P. J. Dwyer, P.M., presided, Mr. T. B. Fogarty appeared for informant Schott, and accused's father, llr. C. II. Wadhnm, for the defence. Tho false representations, said Mr. Fo gartv in opening, consisted of certain answer* given to informant by accused to questions put to him by Schott when he came to solicit the loan, lie signed a form on Vhich ho stated, firstly, that ho was a dairyman carrying o...

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

|FURNITURE! FURNITURE!! NOTE WELL j U E A O G K I Shows you through factory; why pay »hop 1 prises? Sate xaouey at ! 110 LONSDALE ST. ! B B A G G E. ! Before buyiug, cnl) and seo my goods; com* I pare my prices tbo ahops. i Near Weeley Church. I D B A G G K. I Buy direct, garo 40 per cent.; buy off maker; | 30 European* employed. 11G Lonsdale-st. j B R A G G H. ] [ manufacture, that's why I sell cht-ap; no I bip profit* or reuta to pay. I Near Exlubitioa-st. ! j B B A G G E. {Seventeen yean manufacturing for the : shops; now supplies the public at wholesale ) price*. Near Exhibition-it. B B A G G E. £3,000 worth of 3tcck to cbooae fraia; bij reduction on anyone's catalogue. 11C Lonuiiale-st. B a A G (i E. Nine pieces real hido Suite, oak, £8 shop price, £16. S*e it at 116 Lon*dale-st/ B B A G G E. Pricct are lower th&a anywhere; you most tray if you eatt* N«ax Wilier Chuiek

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

SETTLERS SETTLED. In the Mooralln ami lCcnilworth d strict* a number of men who have Uh-u up iutiJ under the pruvisicns of the Closer SHto nu'iit Act, and haro irird their h' si to mak« both puds meet, havo temporarily failed to meet their payments to the Government, through tio fault of their own. High vulua. tions of land, and erf fit c*n-. n«r incurred in tho work of denrine, fairly "cU'iiml" vbttfl out, and they are now in a position of parative poverty. Nevertheless, t?*e /Jovrfi | meat exhibit* no bowels cC cojrpas'.on v-ivd it coraos to an endeavor <o extract amt.t .of reut from w«n who have not ti e where withal to tawt their obligations. The Laiidi Department has adopti-l both a Shylork and an Iriih-cvicUon attitude. The bailiffs hav« been, put into the holdings. Officials of tb« Closer. Settlement Hoard hare called on ur»« finantial and flurried farmers in thr mulM of their harvesting operations, and hav« corw manded them to piy up or "do a set" <o nw...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PROVINCIAL PICKINGS AND PROBIHGS. ROOKED ON THE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

PROVINCIAL PICKINGS AND PROBIHGS. ROOKliD ON THE RAILWAY, j The pilfering Uiat takes j>beo on railwaj I prcmitea ami on travelling trains is grcatci than tho public is awaro of. To quota oni out of a scoro of instances, Mr. Harris, • I well-known hairdresser, oj,, Ttarnlgon, wai j recently rooked to the tune of ten guinea! I for tho loss of 451b. of tobacco, cignn, and cigarettes consigned to h m from Melbourne. All bo cot was throe cakca of weed, worth about 8i. H is no satistact>on to Mr. Ilarnl to be told that -accidents will happen, ami thai thieves break through the coverings o railway trucks and steal, despite tho be: laid schemes of raihrny rajahs. He wnuU liis goods—goods that bo has paid for.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
REVOLVER FLOURISHED. Conrad Law's Capers Causes a Commotion. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

REVOLVER FLOURISHED. Conrad Law's Capers Causes a Commotion. La.<t Tuesday afternoon sundry detach ments of Fitzroy citizens—old. young, and middle-aped—darted so suddenly into tha watchbouae-Veepcr's little deu that the thou occupstut, strong und hefty :uau though lift be, was nearly knocked off bis perch. Wbon this watchbouse-kceper (Constable Cornelius Keneally) straightened out things a bit, bn proceeded to put the acid on, and was soon in possession of the alleged facts. It wai that a wild man, from somewhere or other, in Wellington boots, was shooting people in Brunswick-street. Constable Dixon was dropped upon; s!)d, at the head of A POSSE OF POLICE, with the prow gang a lone way in th»> roar, Bet oat for the seen® of the aUcRed slaugb« ter. What Constable Dixon saw, did, and as certained was told to a bench of justice* at the Pitcrov Court on Wednesday, when Conrad Law, a somewhat dcjected-lookin;* individual, «aid to bo an itinerant l»nker, win charped with ha...

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

DAIRYING, DIRT, AND DISEASE. A report hag just com? fr-mi Tramlsiar tfl the effect that at the monthly uavuii? "I the Norracan Shire Council, the dairy m* spector (Mr. C. Murray) reports! th.i: nil farmers owned herds wlncli wcjv snutr* I in? from disease! Worse than th"*. th»; tm;u j extracted from these cows h-'s b»*en i1'* tributrd by da'rrnien to ilie public, -.vith til's result that amoral eases of in*-' bi'in reported. What thefe di^nw-atnuk'.-n co'ai are really suiTerinc from i1' not txacily known. The health authorities «"-ni to b* in a qtmndarv o^er the matter. Tlf? £MV*< snrenil learned names to ih* c'.*V cot.. pluinf. and admit that the affoclrd^ anitnaji "should he immediately isolated." Jt >* further admitted that the disease is "hi?h1y contar'onn." Quit* so. And the public hni ♦o suffer through the inertness of an inepl Health Department.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ASSIGNATION ACTIVITIES PORN[?]C PRANKS PROMOTED Catering for the Carriage of Concupiscent Correspondence. Scenes and Sights at the G.P.O.—Where the Flappers and Jaunty Johnnies Go. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

ASSIGNATION ACTIVITIES PORN?C PRANKS PROMOTED By the Good Old Grandmotherly Government Catering for the Carriage of Concupiscent Correspondence. Sccnes and Sights at the G.P.O.—Where the Flappers and Jaunty Johnnies Go. Tiio lot-tor counter at tho 0.1'.0. pro vider an interesting hour's study, all phases of lifts boiiiK thrown before 0110 there more impressively than bi an> , moving picture film. This department —which should bo manned strictly— has itA fair and legitimate usos, hut Ux> disadvantages preponderate and call for j immod.ato consideration. *S\ lien v.'c say | btrict, wc moan strict. As tho depart ment is managed at prosont, tho admin ' | -MAN" SPECIMEN'S Til AT HAUNT THE (4.P.O. COUNTER. istration and supervision of tho "to-b*> ' called-for* counter is hix in ox j treme. I It is within the power of anyono to spend a profitable hour or tuo noar tho thronged counter, and seo the lll'MOHOUS on 1KAGIC ■ storius told bomotimos by tho Jaw, and oiten by the actions, o...

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

N T I PL A V nri'l SON. ! URKAT .SUr;i:K.-s ! CUUKS HTDATIDS, IJVfwl *lLd KIDVFV ' COMPLAINTS ' ; BAD LEfJS, KCZHMV. ! NEItVOUS.VESS in ALL FORMS. And All Other Diseases, "| With RELIABLE HERBAL REMEDIES 168 BOURSE STREET. MELBOURNE," Two Door* Iron BusseU Btreci.

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

MUMMERANDOM. Tho Julius Knight season at the Theatre Boyal will closo on Thursday evouing next, tho J/ist fire nights being occupied by n re viral of "Tho Lion and t)io Mouse," in wbiclj tbo popular actor, with Mitts Katherino Gray, mado such a bil about four years ago. Hoyt's have them all the time. What? The largost assortment of sensational und funny pictures to be seen anywbero. Each week, as the very Intent tbrillcra aro made j available for exhibition, they arc snapped up by tho enterprising mnnagemont, . who, offer ing nothing but the best, keep St. George's Hall, next tho Thcalro ltoyal, full to over flowing afternoon and evening. The pro gramme is said to bo the longest screened , at any picture thoatro in Australasia, and anyono who wanted more for the money j would be a glutton.- j "SUure, Allen Doone is a broth iv a bboy, I and bis siugiu' do drive all our troubles away intoirely." is the thought that wjll taA© i many hundreds to the Vrinccss's Theatre on ! Saturday nigh...

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)
THE PIEBALD PATH. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

THE PIEBALD PATH. In Ivis report on city services, the I.c-rd Mayor-usefully made a point of the de plorable condition of our "piebald foot ways."— News Item. Oh, it's hard to walk on the "piebald i . paths. That lead through Sydney town, For In half a day they tear them ui». But It's weeks ere they put Vm down. As you plunge to your neck In a yawnlns *11. Your soul bolls o'er in wratli, For you can't catch on to the joke of it— The Joke of the "Piebald Path." To-day U'h gas, and next it's tramp. And after electric mains. And our mouths are full of muttered " damns." And our limbs of arhos and piin:». VTf» vault, arid climb, and slip, »>:•! slide. And their iiin't no p'.:ni' in Ouh, For paves aro narrow, nn'l plt^ nit.* wide, On the good old "Piebald path." Xi\<\ whilst our bl^Fsed shlnt; we bre.ik, And slip, and ."llde. and full, Wo wondrr they can" l>ul!d tunnel.-- to Uikf Thf* w.it»-r, an.! wir>.-s\ nnd all. '•"or :h«»y do it In u»wm- th* i»m. And nu troul.W- ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SNARES OF SINFUL SYDNEY. THE HARPIES HAPPY HUNTING GROUND. Distributing a Damnable Document. SISTER MAGDALENE'S CASH-CATCHING CIRCULAR. "DON'T SHOW IT TO ANY MAN." IS IT AN ABORTIONIST'S ALLUREMENT? [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

SNARES OF SINFUL SYDNEY. THE HARPIES HAPPY HUNTING GROUND. Distributing a Damnable Document. | SISTER MAGDALENE'S CASH-CATCHING CIRCULAR.' "DON'T SHOW IT TO ANY MAN." / IS IT AN ABORTIONIST'S ALLUREMENT? (FROM TRUTH'S" SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) **'.Sinful'Sydney Is full of snares for the Blmple. The <ity js bestrewn with plt i for tho«Jo -.vim ar<* fairly worldly avitat<* the shares, rooks and crocks of ii:«> ; nwvalt'i. it is the happy hunting 'jrround for t• 1 • • harpies that batten and fatten on th<- follios, foibles. anil :nis«f«>r ^tunes of u,oiv tv.knv rtvntnres. Probably Jew* other in the Hritish Kmpire contain a ^ri';n.-r number of thieving tear-down tii'-»stors than thte same Sydney. For y.\u-< pas: "Truth" has» IWagcd an unrob-ntinr; v.-.ir nuainst the DARK. ]>KYiOrS AND P1RTY itattonfd on the pabii--, J\\-posiire has • l ;!:» p<«.b-d public protc ti'cl. s-> far as It U posible rotect the mIIv ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
M'KAY'S CAPERS. Punches a Peeler. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

ivl'kay's capers. Punches a Peeler. Considerable interest 'was taken iu a case | which was heard at the Euroa Policc Court f o:t Monday lust, when Daniel McKay wa? 1 charged with having behaved indecently and with having a&saultcd Sonior-Coastable Dra- ; per in the execution of his duty. From the evideuce, it appeared that McKay had bceu out tor troubie. Ia the first place, he be- : haved himself in o verv otfensive manner, and, on being remoustnUed with, he fell on the peeler and pounded '- in in an unmerci ful manner. McKay followed up a jolt on the jaw with a blow behind the ear, which practically sent the constable down and out. ! Draper rose to his feet to be met with an* other blow from McKay, who made Uie ; policeman promise to set hixn free. Draper I was so incapacitated by the punishment I dealt out to him by McKay that he failed 10 j effect tho man's arrest. McKay was fined j 20s. for acting indecently, and £5, in addi tion to £2 7s. damages, *for tin assault on th...

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