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CLACK-DIRDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

CLACK-DIRDERS. i lis.-, t..l:e advent 'ai;e of ar» o-.-r-sJo-ked labor market to ■ hrlnjc wjni-s U> their |n;vvsi k»v«*J. *«» the < blaek-bSrder.s of the .-'oath ^.ms are talc ink' advantage of the unfortunate terror stricken voIcatio-'-urvvd natives to <apture' th«*m anil throw thent on to labor j;<-tt!« 'Merita to toll unceasingly until death re lievo:' them. It Is <-rueI. that the Kre».j of k'ohl Hiiouhl. tr.insfer men into such; fiend* that they will take advantage of tlje dire distress of their fellows to sell ; them into a bondage of a living death. j 13iff merchant IMdie Mefjoorty'a man :if,'or met a lon^-lost uncle in Melbourne the other day. No, he wasn't fabulously wealthy, neither did he migrate from i'-lji! A rran's happy when he has some. Ihlng definite to inuke Mm hi'.ppy; A ivornar, on the other hand. Js not huppy inless there is pomctblns definite to make her unhappy.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A CAPTAIN'S COOLNESS. SAVES A NUMBER OF LIVES. FERRY COLLIDES WITH A COASTER. AND SINKS LIKE A STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

A CAPTAIN'S COOLNESS. SAVES A NUMBER OF LIVES. FERRY COLLIDES WITH A COASTER, AND SINKS LIKE A STONE. i (From "Truth's" SydrK-y Corrospor.denl.) A captain's cooln-.-.-s in a collision ir. j Sydney Harbor about noon y?:;!»Tduy responsible for the j=r,vin^ of a number of lives. At a time when the brawrit are apt to lose a Krip on themselves, he dis played Iron n<irv? and brought his ; sinking steamer to a position that faei-i litated the transhipping of about twenty passengers, mmib-.-rlnK amont; them ma:;t women*. The fact.* | are that the Mo M*-l, a rather aneb-nt craft , doinjj furry service for the Halmain N<-w Ferry Company. If ft the Company'* wharf at Darling-street, Balmain, on a trip to Sydney. When but a few minute;; on th< journey, and « k-nyth av.ay from Darling hdand. thy captain heard a warning whisti • fr' :n the- coasting .steamer Mukau. Captain Wm. Lawk r, who was in « har;:e of t)i'.* f- rry boat at «Jicr time, Mat«-.s he i h'-ard two...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE RED HAND. ULSTER'S "SOLEMN LEAGUE AND COVENANT." Will There be Gival War in Ireland? Ulster's Army "Stiffened" with Reservists and Men Who've Seen Service. GREAT COUNTRY HOUSES PREPARED AS HOSPITALS FOR THE WOUNDED. THE ULSTER COVENANT COMPARED WITH THAT OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY COVENANTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

THE BED HAND.. ULSTER'S "SOLEMN LEAGUE AND COVENANT." Will There be Cival War in Ireland? Ulster's Army "Stiffened" with Reservists and Men Who've Seen Service, GREAT COUNTRY HOUSES .PREPARED " AS I HOSPITALS FOR THE WOUNDED. THE ULSTER COVENANT COMPARED WITH THAT OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY COVENANTERS. . rnbIo?raiiis r*r;-irc<! last Thursday oven iti£ Mate (liat drilling is Mill j.'uin^ <m in t Ulster "in hundreds of cvntres": arid thai all the volunteer corps have been stiffened bv the inclusion of reservists ami in»ii who have seen service.f' It is also stated thai •' dozens of CURAT COUNTRY HOUSES in Ulster aro Ixnni: quietly p:\partd lor r.sc as hospitals. and ur^ full of equipment." Furthermore, it is cabled that Mr. Wiliiani O Brien. the loader of the Independent Na ' (ioualisis in the Hou«« of Commons, lias de clared that •• .Minister.-; must secure tho sanc | tion of a ^ciK-ial election to the new Bill, otherwise it would Ik? impossible to call out , t...

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

MADE ON THE PREMISES. | Tbe "Yerald" publisher a long yarn it baa 1 bad with a Yankee person by tbe name of William*. He reckons that in order to be a real, finirbed journalist, a person h.is to go to a college of journalism such as they I hate in Missouri, and of which (d'ye tw.g; he is tK© bead. It ia all very well for Williams to corae along with a ulo of that kind. As head of ihe eollcgo in Missouri, perhaps he is on a wor.d-widc advertising tonr. Hut of course the fact is, as be well knows, that you cau no more make jour inbsU by "teaching them Low to do itM thau you can maie a Julius Knight out of a "Yerald" boy simply by taking him to see I bo* it's done. It ziover has been done yet, ! anyhow. Pressmen (yclept glorified report I ers) can be manufactured out of any apt i shorthand kid, but that variety of "literary" ! person is, in ninety-nine cases out of 100, j no journalist. Tho latter '"simply growB," | like Topsy, and is discovered most unci, ptctodly and in most unlooked...

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

SMOKERS PURSUED BY WOMEN. The sootUinc influence of the pipe may be ?ccn in the cluialrous conduct of the sub urban smokers towards the increasing num- ; lor of ,women who dodge into the smoking* I cars on the suburban lines. Usually only one I smoking-car finds place anions the nino cars wheh make up the train, and tbrec-parts of t b«.» soaline accommodation in llus is mono polisod by women and e>ris, not to apeak of tho doieu uippers accompanying them. Sometimes it is a young mother bearing a mewling infant: but instead of the smoker , pitching both out of the window, he will rise from his scat and bcckon tho woman towards it- Th.a exhibition of chivalry, howeyer, while noble from an altruistic point of riew, ttnds to make things worse for the smokers generally, and will end in their being crowd ed out altogether. The women, knowing that their own sex will not riso to offer them a seat, find it prudent to neglect the ordinary car, and rush for tho amoker, because they are more ...

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

A KING'S MISTRESS. In a Bond-street, London, shop, -.tui r.;- ] cently sold a battered brov.u box, contain- . in^ letter* from Mrs. Jordan, the colfbratcd \ hctrc^, to the Duko of Clarence, afterward* , William XV. The sailor King had a j eye for u pretty wench, and Dora Jordan ! c:iu;?ht the rejjal pladsoine optis. Sh«; lived j ■with William from 1790 to 1811, and biT* lihu 10 children. The letters are in pimple la&guage, ;ind display affection and solicitude 1 for her children, and Genuine womanly fi*l iuu. Dora Jordau as an actress was counted j as ;»Teai in her own line, which was comedy, j an Mrs. Siddons was in tragedy. Of her Sir Joshua Reynolds wrote ai "a being who ran | upon the stage as a playground and laughed j from sincero wildnrss of delight." William ! Hazlitt, the esiayist, spoke of her as "the I child of Nature, whose voice was as a cordial | to the heart—to hear whose lau^h was to j drink nectar, and whose s:uginff was like; the* twaiicirc of a Cuuid'* bow...

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

1HTENSE BACKACHE. "At Times the Pain was so Severe he was Simply Bent to the Ground." "Mv husband says that Dr. Sheldon's Uia I'ilU are u most excellent remedy. The good they have done him it certainly woudertuJ," : write* Mrs. S. Chibiialt, 11 iamvs-street, Ballarat Vic. "He suffered with intense backache for some months, and at time* the pain was so severe tlut be was simply bent dowu to the arouud with yaiu, £owe day* he could not get out of his bed without help, and was hardly utile to go to hi» work. Many a night he could not sleep with the pain, and he would groan with it. I heard so much of Dr. Sheldon's Gin PilU that I got him a bottle on trial, and he says that he has never felt his back aince, so he says that Dr. Sheldon's Gin PilU beat all the other pills he lias taken. The]- teemed to cure lum ju»t like magic. He can honestly recommend thorn to anyone suffering as be did." Backache and Kidney Troubles are the cause of a great deal of suffering to many at the present time...

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

MUCH ADO ABOUT A MO. Whr.t's all this fuss about tba loss of * moustache? In tea, or more, high places during the past week or bo tbo chief theme <jf the yapping has been the disappearance of our principal judicial dignitary's mo. b'.ioLn Madden, of course, never goes any vhi.To except to high plucts, and everywhere that Sir Johu went, the mo. for reference to : it) was sure to no. The dailies bare piflled over it ad museum; speakers, from th«i G.G. dowirvaru. bavc exhausted all their tvit ticisms on it;' artists have painted both it and the place whery it u?ed to be; funny papers have made jokes aboqt it, and sai fciety rays bar" cried over it. The leading daily of the State has even deroted a suu leader to it. The famous missing mace neTcr caused such a stir. Its disappearance ha« probably been cabled to England. And all this funniosity—whoffor? Simply because a judicial big-bug shared off a few hairs and cosmetic. It only shews what a pleasant thing it is to be a big-b...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE DOUBLE BANKER. "Cabbie Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

THE DOUBLE BANKER. "Cabbie Jim" in London. 1 would like to introduce Sir Of a character what's new— (Leastwise he arc fresh to me Sir, And I'm sure are fresh to you.) "Which the Jock I'm indicating Are a. Cook-bird and no fiitt— If Uiia are slang phrasey-logy For it I Apologise. But there's no mistake he were Sir Fit to pass in any crowd; And as likely sorter Joaser As you'd find a-kuocking rotind, This hero bloke he had done time, Sir, Which one oould tell any d*y— (I think a* it wero in Paris, But not here Sir anyway.) Anyone who's been in trouble, When so be it he comes oat Can spot of a feller easy Who have been inside, no doubt. It may be a kind of instiuot. But uo matter what's the gatn« One Insider knows another All the world through just the same. Times ain't what they used to be Sir, By a long chalk as they were Tears a£o when there was business To bo done Sir anywhero. Things do seem as they was turning, Going just from bad to worse— That of course I am remarking On thiugs...

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

THE RIGHT DOCTOR for every ailing man who Is raddled in the journoy of life by Weakness and Disease, is he who enn, by scientific and modern method?, bring about a sound condition of .Vital and ThyBlcal Strength and immunity from disease, give you a good dlgeRtlon, cheerful spirits, re move all morbid nnd dangerous conditions, tono up your nervous system. purify and enrich yt>ur j blood, stimulate your circulation, aod cuuso } otery wheel of your body machinery to run [ smoothly, healthily, and vigorously, making £ you feel—A-ND KNOW—YOU ARE A PERFECT \ MAN. [ Dp. Henry Westwood Cooper, M.D., Etc., No Fee is Charged J,°rt OonsuUaUon, anil yc can do this for you. He has been thirty years curing men nnd women from serious and devitalising aliments, which lie knows like an open book. Ho holds the highest professional qualifications, and his methods are un-« questioned In their efficacy, even in the most long-standing and obstinate i cases. If you are harassed and hampered because yo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CLIMATE AND COLOR. WERE WE ALL ORIGINALLY BLACK? A Navvy's Reply to a Parson. PRIMITIVE RACES THE DARKEST. COLOR LIGHTENS AS DEVELOPMENT HEIGHTENS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

CLIMATE AND COLOR, tWERE WE ALL ORIGINALLY BLA0K7 1 A Navvy's Reply to a Paraon. primitive races t^e darkest. color lightens AS development heightens. To tho Editor. Sir,—-It 1a Tight that those responsible xor a. newspaper should publish or re-1 It pleases thorn, but as i « ,rB discrimination practised by * 11 ' Telck*rnph" people, I-submit the following copy 0f a letter which I re cently wrote the editor of that paper in tin attempt to contribute to a discus sion wiiich occurred 1» the correspon dence columns of that Journal on the ft ?vc» 8ubJect» *>ut which was not pub lished. Had u been a flabby contribu tion written by some mediocre humbug or social standing" in advocacy of an INRUSH OF COLORED ALIENS to the Northern TorrJtory, or in eulogy of tho intelligence of aboriginal natives, or Asiatic " "thrift," . as compared with the Intelligence and thrift of white work ing-class people, I doubt not it would have been published readily enough. The "Truth" will probably give my v...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY FELONRY IN VICTORIA. PRICE AND HIS PRE[?]IOUS PEARLS. Hellish Doings on the Prison Hulks. CRIMINAL CRUELTY AND CALLOUS BRUTALITY. Murders and Executions Calore. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

EARLY FELONRY IN VICTORIA. I PRISE AND HIS PRESIOUS PEARLS. Hellish Doings on the Prison Hulks. CRIMINAL CRUELTY.AND CALL9US BRUTALITY. Murders and Executiens Colore. Prlco, in his treatment of tho convicts, I waa aa much a criminal In.his abusu of I authority, an tho criminals under him | were debtors to tho laws of the hind. I Prico was as truly in cffect a criminal i disguised aa a gaoler, a9 hanging la dls ' guised Judicial murder. How price muft have pitched for tho days whfin, In Vande nionla. or Norfolk Inland, ho could order a man out to ho lashed as tho humor moved him, In tho days when there was no possible check on Ills inhumanity by Huoh drags an Citizens* Committees. John Frost, a political prisoner, in Price's Van deinonla days, after serving liia time re ttirned to England. "England, by tho way, tho land of freedom of apeech, transported many political agitators to Vandeinonla on elastic charges of treasonable apeech. not half so treasonable as some of the froth blown...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (IN ADVANCE ONLY): PER ANNUM, 12s.: HALF-YEARLY, 6s.; QUARTERLY, 3s. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (is Advance O.vlt): PER ANNUM, 12s.: HALF-YEARLY, Gs.; QUARTERLY, 3s. 51 ere shall the Tre*" the I'eoulea rieht maintain, DofcWMb* influence andunnriberi bv {rain. Here I'auiot Truth her ffionous precept* lira*, Pledged to k'raumivy, Liberty ami Law. SATUttDAY, VliBHUAKY 7, 1911.

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

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. AND BUY YOUR SUITS ON THE J. P. JONES EASY PAYMENT PLAN ■<5 Coot/ ' Casy /^ryvcT csit 7at/orj $ 4 Royal Arcadafld Eiam'refV.Bi .'vtvnigs A ~rand way lo p.tv, A grand buit to s<l. Otdi.r u/i;r« now, oil H I this, our plan, and" vuii'll c-t untold e;Ui!»t'iwUon of the right fj kind—aatUiaciion iii* lbs Suit and th-.- way you pay tbu bill. Your future as well as that of the car have something to do with each other if vou want PAINLESS BOTORIi A post=card gets the Catalogue. ACtUE 1QI6SI & EMINEERIMI Go. 355 LONSDALE STREET, MELBOURNE. We also Sell Everything for the Car or Motor Cvcle—A LITTLE BETTER. CAF! THE CENTREWAY ARCADE, CoSHins Street. Now opened « j Frcnch Cafe and Tea R lioom% g Under the m.ta-gernen: M of n 21 r. Karle W. KW |] into of tbe Savoy. ' THEATRE SUPPERS | A SPECIALITY. FEDERAL MEDICAL, INSTITUTE. DR. 3MALONEY, Medical Director. | 513 ELIZAEETH STREF.T, 1IELROCUNE. Hour*. 2 io 3; 7 to 3. Treatment br CORRESPONDE...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"'TRUTH'S' & UNTRUTHS" Crooks and Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

" 'TRUTH'S' & UNTRUTHS" Crooks and Clergymen. A few short weeks back Noo Zilland(papor« were bowailiug their ill-luck at baring a number of criminals and crooks damped in their midst; but now they are rejoicing, »ji a large number of clergymen aro on their way there. Wo join with them in their re joic'ng. 'Tia certainly better to hate men in the country who will pray for you, inxtcad of preying upon yen. Women's Wos. Married women iu Switzerland are strongly rerouting {he proposal to establish Saturday half-holidays in (he Ilcpub'ic. They say that the men spend loo much uiouey on Saturday afternoons, and nothing is left for family excursions on Sunday. Madame la Suisse should take a leaf from the book of her Australian sifter and take care to com* mandeer hubby's pay on Friday evening or whenever pay-day come3 round in Canton Land. Eugenic?. The decision of nu American State to adopt a system of eupcuic marriages has been over-ruled by the courts as being un constitutional. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST Second Series: No. V. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

Second Series: INo. V. That- Jasus preached as a Jot to | Jews, both iu a racial and religious sense, has boon shown iu His propheev I of the destruction of Jerusalem, cited ! | from Luke, «md in Ilis preaehiii!,- in 1 praise of poverty, or in deprecation of ' furothoucht for the things uf ti,is ! world, also cited from Matthew. There Jesus only mentions the Gentiles or Pa Runs, as oiu'inios of the Jok$, w!ioh» example is to be avoided bv tho-e .lev ■■ w-bo would to His voice, and -ok to sot up the Kingdom of CJod here ui.on earth. There is no: a reliably rrcord.d word o; Je.-its tendiii" to <.ho\r *;in- fj,. re-jarded Himself a, a prophet «nt to 1 ^[aru save any other people | tlw Jens. Theio are several pa*a-.?< j tlle winch modern cotm.ieu I tJUor^ wowlu iiavi» i<> be!i«»i*o to l>o .y' ' tl-iit-e of the university of Ills miJio!,' :to ,K'W ;lnJ t'ellliie alike. But the iv.-a oi reasoning by which they oiairt. J to come to Mich a coulcusioii,...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TOPICAL TAPS ON TAPPABLE TOPICS. "THE RAT" AND THE KING. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

TOPICAL, TAPS OJN TAPPABLE TOPICS. "THE RAT" ANI) THE KING. I The JoVook journals hare been prating in their assiduously a&inine faabion concerning tbo ultra-loyalty of the Cook crowd, and Af?ar Wynne in particular, is betokened by their substitution of a bullet-headed effigy of Kill(j Gargo on tbo Australian poBtago ttamps for tbo Kangaroo—colloquially and contemptuously called "the llat," "Truth" challetigos Agar Wynne and tbat high pr.eat • of voracity, Jokook himself, to deny that ilio change was made by the direct command of 3i.M. the King, as expressed through Down ing'Btreet. Similar command vra* given to Noo Zealand, where tho artistic pictorial sccnic vi-amps, showng Mount Cook, I^ako O'.iupo, and other natural beauties of tho \ Dominion, have been also repined by a ' King'j Head stamp. One would think that the Oversea Dominions were little country tillages in England, where every hauilet has its "King's Head," as the name of iU local bcerery. 1

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

IHHOCEHTS OR HYPOCRITES ? ! ; At ih • I'-irt Melbourne court oil Mortify, poor o'.J JI«>ad Murphy, j'co Km, admitted , tint b«' fi.dn'r Lnow what a "cobber" was. Ji ihi curious president of the justice Uis jj>;:„s.^ry had owned up thai be hadu't j_:ot a cob1--' :", there u»it;bt have been no argument on the question; and thebe lines need not bav,' b.t.a w.jti'.u; but to try und r«m dov/u tlic gullets o: men of the world—and v.fjni' fj of ;h.- vio.\d ai-o—that be has nt-Ter hmtd oi t.ucu an amiable crcuture us a cob ; ber i» to uifSvuut Jus refutation aa a Gcortfe U is only a short whi.e back that a bouth Melbourne Jay Pee (borne of thi'in mor-j J'a than IJ'c), told the court that j he djdu't know what a "drutu'' T/aa. Ibe ! court beik-vtxi hii;i, of course; that wan i proved by the l'uct that two policemen coliid- 1 id r.o!c:u!y in scootiug lor the door to hoc if the wtritber was going to brcnl:. A well known sol.eitor. then ia court, oilered to *huw tli*.- Jay J'et' tbc u"ue ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHAMBER OF SECRETS. PEN PICTURES OF COMICALITIES AT P.L.L CONFERENCE. Monstrous Mouthings of the Man Meagher. Pressmen Pitmanise Prattlings of Perspiring Patriots. Spying Shes Squint and Search for Shorthand Scribblers. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

PEN PICTURES OF COMICALITIES AT P.L.L r CONFERENCE, Monstrous Southings of the Man Meagher. Pressmen Pitmanise Prattlings of Perspiring • Patriots. Spying Shes Squint and Search for Shorthand Scribblers. J (PROil TRUTH'S" SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) I — The annual conference ©t the Political j Labor League was opened on Monday 1 morning l«st at McDonnell House, the : building which Is destined to shelter the .naff of the Labor dally, and which was so named In oornmeznoratlon of the late member for Cobar, there being about 304 delegates present when business corn , rneneed. Ajs a rule delegates roll up in their hundreds'ut the first sitting, or i perhaps for two or three sittings; but i when tiie final stages are entered upon, ; Mid th« conference is slowly talking Itself lout, they get tired of the "eternal talk, talk, talk of their perspiring prattling pals, and take themselves off to" the live lier atmosphere of a play-house, or some i similar place of amusement. Clear proof of this st...

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

BOB BOOBED. (From "Truth's" Sydney Corrospotid-'iit.) -M mm o'clock on Thursday morning, while Constable KnU'hi was pausing on his patrol alon>,' Que»m-s<tr^*t. "Woolluhra. lie discovered a bluz* In the drapt-ry and hoot ••miiorlurn of Messrs. ICakln and KltuaUd at I if*J and The constable lost no time tri raising the alurm, and th»> Woolluhra bii^uth? was soon on Tin: sckxe. 1'oUou^l by contlnyenls from Haddington and lJutiitighurst. The llaines soon obtained u jjood hold of the tnftiunmable stock, und drsplt" the efforts of the tire lighters the buildings iiTid contents weiv completely destroyed, the estimated danum'*; brlii^' £7000. The HtucK "was lnfurt-d in ih»* London and Lancashire Insurance Company, and was covrf'd to the exttmt of t'i.350, while tin- building1, whk-ii !-•* owned by. A. W. WrUht, 01" 7SJ lHtt-sti vet, was" covered in the Colonial Mutual Insurance Com pany under a policy of i-ouO. Rob-rt George EaKin LOOKED VP THJ-: PREMISES I at 10 o'clock o...

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