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RECORDS OF THE RING. AT THE STADIUM. SUMMERS EASILY DEFEATS EVERNDEN. A Vicious, Virile Fight. FOULS AND CLINCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

— —»■ T , - • —- - '■ ■■■we-.-. RECORDS OF THE RING. i(By "BOXER MAJOR.") AT THE STADIUM. SUMMERS EASILY DEFEATS EVERNDEN. A Vicious, Virile Fight. FOULS AND CLINCHES. At the Sydney, Stadium, Kushcut ters Bay, on- Saturday night, after a contest marred by frequent in fringements of the rules, begun by Kvern den and taken up by Summers, the latter was declared the winner at the end of the full term. For the flrst ten rounds the contest was vicious, Evernden showing a | marked antagonism that took the shape of ATTEMPTED FOULIN 0. In the last ten rounds or so. Summers took complete charge, ana simply battered Evernden at will. The w.lglits were given as: ^Johnny Summers, tOst 2x(filb; Arthur Evernden, lOst 8%lb. Arthur Scott was referee. Bom looked particularly fit and hard, though Evernden looked a shade the heavier. Summers was favorite. The boxers began the fight cautiously, Johnny early fiddling dangerously with i his left. He managed to baulk Arthur, and sent a stiff left on. to t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BILL BUCK'S ONE HUNDRED AND FIRST POEM. Revival of Ancient Metre in a Xmas. Monody. (With apologies to Dr. Bridges) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

BILL SUCK'S ONE HUNDRED AND' FIRST POEM. Revival of Ancient Metre in a Xmas. 'Monody. (With apologies to Dr. Bridges) A hot Christmas Eve when the bush lay I a-s weltering. Fared .I.'fortli alone when westward fell j the sun, • And from the village In the beer-moist ened valley Distant music reached me of a concer tlna squeaking; The shlkkerated sounds ran sprinkling on earth's floor As the dark vault above with stars was punctured o'er.., ... •, _v . Then sped my thoughts to Hogan's by the river, Where the hayseeds lined up In dozens i to. the bar. Listening to the weird sounds from the concertina, j And making, strange cantatas where the! polished pint pots are. ' i "Witti.il theme reiterant of "Come and 'ave another,". i And my throat strings twanged in a] melody responsive. j Now blessed be the Hogans, the Dooley's t\nd O'Cdnnells, That through all our Went lands build fountains for the thirsty; Blessed be their strong arms (said I) that Jevk the beer pumps. Sucking from the hog...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SAUCY SAIREY. BRINGS BERTHA BEFORE THE BEAK. Two Lasses Of The 'Loo. FLUSTIGATED OVER OSTRICH FEATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

SAUCY SAIREY. BRINGS BERTHA BE : FORE THE BEAK. , Two Lasses Of The 'Loo. FLUSTI GATED OVER OSTRICH FEATHERS. j (Prom "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) cAss which called to mind Hogarth's depiction of the harlot's progress and his FalitajFian fairies* who eked out a vicious bi't wretched living by pandering and pro BERTHA RICHARDSON. SARAH FRASER. curing, temporary satisfaction for the hists of idle libertines, was decided by ' Mr. Spiithers, S.M., at the Central Polico Court on Thursday. A well, set up youug woman, named Bertha Richardson, her faco betray ing bleary evidence of the lackadaisical life' she had - been leading, was charged with stealing a petticoat, a hat, and- ah ^strich feather/ valued-- at 50s, belonging' to her mistress, or landlady, & very • PtLUMP STAID WOMAN in wh»t«r named Sarah Fraser. Bertha was also charged" with being drunk, and with maliciously damaging a lady's bat valued at £5. Mr. K. Jones prosecuted for the plump 'un, aud Bertha pleaded • her 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

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TYRANNY OF THE TRUSTS. Menace of American Meat Monopolists. BOW PRESS, PLUTE, AND THE POLITICIANS MAY UNITE TO PLUNDER THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

Menace of American Meat Monopolists. BOW PRESS, PLUTE, AND THE POLITICIANS MAY UNITE TO PLUNDER THE PEOPLE. Tho' American Meat Trust, which now threatens Australia, may ba token as one sinirterly cuggestivo instance- of tribute tfaring Trust activity. Multiply this by nt least a hundred, and the Australian public, even then, can havo but a faint id*:.! of the bamu'ul influenco and barm done to tbo American people and producers, and now, proj-jct.d far into the future of Australia, by this capitalistic American combination. 2u the past, before tbo notorious Meat Packers' Association caxne into existence, «v. ry farmer throughout the United States n:od to prow cattlc, p^gs, poultry, and h few shcop for tho local butchers. When the Meat Combine got control of the largo cattle-produc ug district—thereby monopolis ing the supply of raw material—their first consequent step was to cut off tho local j butchers in every town and city throughout ' the United States; baring already pre Tented ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MAID AND MATRON. Was Sadie Smacked? Beaks Say She Was. Dame Phillips Dealt With. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

MAID AND MATRON. Was Sadie Smacked ? Beaks Say Shi Was. Dumo Phillips Dealt "With. At tie Pitzroy Court on Tuesday, Mary Phillips, ^bo resides at No. 183 Grorge i:re?t, was charged with having assaulted Sadie Vera Munyard, a youug lady of pre possesses appearance, whose father, a pro minent citizen, nearly succeeded, not so very lony afco, in steering one of the adjudicates Jay Pecs into a teat in the local municipal council. Mr. J. B. ludston conducted tie prosecu- , Hon. The story told by Miss Munyard to the justices ^Messrs. J. W. Beckett, chairman, J. J. Denton, and W, White) was that on the night of December 20, at 9.30, the and Mrs. Phillips happeued to be in George street at the same time. Without the slight est provocation, Mrs. Phillips smacked wit ness across the face. At this time Mrs. Phillips was wearing a wedding-ring, and the blow was to gcrere that it ttunncd wit* "You are an infernal little liar, and you In aw it," interjected Mrs. Phillips, «n*p pithly. Senior-Cons...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DAHIEL WINTER, DEFAULTER. Appears Again After Absconding. Alleged Trafficking in Maternity Allowances. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

DANIEL WINTER, DEFAULTER. Appears Again After Absconding. Alleged Trafficking in Maternity Allowance*. I A couple of srore of policemen who bad never »ecn him, and half a ilozcu through whose finders be impudently escaped from the cells at the City Court a few months ago, watched with undisguised interest the entry of Daniel Winter to the dock at the i Court of General Session* on Tuesday. He was called upon to answer a brace of charges, the same he hud ruu away from, and these were that ho hid defrauded the Federal ! Government in two instances, the Maternity j Allowance Act beinj in both his objective. , In tbo first place, ho wag charged with ' hiring on December XI, 1912, presented to the Deputy Commissioner of Maternity Al lowances a sworn document purporting to be the certificate of a raidwifo in respect of ( the birth to one Alico McLean of a female I child, such certificate purporting to be 1 signed by one Mrs. Tuchin, of No. 1 TrafTord* place, NORTE MELBOURNE, MIDWIFE, and ...

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

" FEGULEHT FOREIGNER. A fecu!ent foreigner named Hanns P«:tcr | ! Peterson appeared at tbe Ararat Police ' .Court on January 29 on a chargo of baring ! I wilfully exposed himself in Alexandra. Park on the 22nd of tbe same month. The prosc | cutica was conducted by Senior-Cocstable «Tucker, and tbe accused, who was represent* | ed by Mr. Low, tearfully denied tbe charge, and put on a much injured air. Peterson, it appeared, is one of thoso European iw migrants who seem to be won.lerfuily popu lar at present with Australian immigration | agents. Presumably, be* landed ju this State : as an eminently desirable new-comer, but : his doings at Ararat stamped him aa , undesirable of tbe first water. The presence j ' of respectable women proved no check on the ' dcpraTed tendencies of this exhibitionist, for j on the afternoon of January 22 he took seat in Alexandra Park, oppoiito two dim ried women, and misconducted hunsedf. The ladies communicated with the police, one oi whom, Constable M...

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

R1NCTAIL0EIHG Last Days! Last Days! OP Clean Sensation IN Extra T ro users FREE! FREE Order Suits 4 @3/' Last days arc now spent under the G.P.O. clock in big business in "London" Order Suits with Extra Trousers FliEE. Wise-headed men all over Australia are availing themselves of this specially splendid opportunity. It will soon be gone—February 28 is the very last day. Tlicv know that the Coat and "Vest of their Order Suit are made so well of such lovely fabrics and are so durable that the Extra Trousers FREE prac tically doubles the life and value of their Suit It means two Suits instead of one for the money. fe'E LONDONISED & MAKE 100 PER CENT. PROFIT ON YOUR SUIT INVESTMENT. There's distinction, solid durability, nnd faultless fit about a "London" Order Suit that singles it out amongst hundreds. It is comfort-giving, pocket-saving, and brings pleasure to the inind. You will know that you have done your best if you have accepted this offer. Now is your time to act—the lov...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TURF TWIGERS IN TASSY. Parliamentarian and Law Breaker. One of Tassy's Best. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

TURF TWIGERS IN TASSY Parliamentarian and Law Breaker. One of Tassy's Best From "Truth V Tasinonian Correspondent.) The totalisntor returns nt tbo reccnt l4«in« ccston Cuj) Aleelins fcJJ of! by about £3,000 as compared with lbe> rcccipU at tie same meeting last year. Thero was dq reason for thia apparent on tbo surfoco. Thtro had been quitu as good a season on (bo | isiaud as 12 months earlier, and there *er® I &« uiAiiv visitors from the uiainJand prt»ont. I The reason was below the. surface. It lay I In tbo increase of ildcit bcttiug. I That no serious attempt is tnado in Tft» | mania to suppress illegal betting has *1» ready been pointed out in theso columns. : 'i'be present legislation is almost useless, and l'arliaujcn; doe* not dare to mould moue:n iuws on the iiucs adopted elsewhere, because, if it did. the issue of Tatcrstul's unholy monopoly would bo dragged into the public gaze ;,yd would conn; in for public criticism. Tii»:rv is onu thin^' which tbo :u-iu'.;.&a...

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

AN UNAPPRECIATED GENIUS. "They turned mo out," said King O.M., "witli my enlightened wars, And now it takes throo bally chaps—lor1 blinio, spnro-me-days I— To do tho work which only I. tho-Rock-lound Lily blokey, Did on mo own so bally well—they oiijjhior bo in chofcey! But, norer inind, my time will conic -you jast abide a-xvv?e— For Homo Affairs can only geo when thov are run by Mj£!M

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)
ALLEGED. CRACKSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

ALLEGED. CRACKSMAN. (From "Truth's" .Sydney Correspondent.) I At the raddiupton Polico Court on Tbtirs |day. before Mr. T. .M. Harnett. £tanl»v I Higham (16) was charged with brooking and | entering the dwelling-home of John McDow all on January 2 and stealing a pair of field glasses,' gold bamboo Langio, curb padlock bangle, and a sum of 10/, valued in all at £5, tbo property of Nita MeDownll; (2) breaking and entering the dwelling-house of KInia Kaston on January 4, mul stealing three gold brooches, fold bracelet s'-t with moonstones, enamelled gold locket, gold chain and 24/, the property of Elma Huston; (3i breaking and entering the hou««? of Syd ney Mclver, and stealing therefrom a gold neck chain and locket, two gold riugs, gold mounted watch guard, silver matchbox, and b sum of 7/, valued in all at £6. , MeDowall's residence,-situated at Carlvle i Street, Wnvcrlev, was BROKEN AND ENTERED on January 2nd, and the articles enumerated above were missing. The matter was re ported ...

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

Young Girl Severely Attacked by St. Vitus' Dance. Her Mother had to Feed, Dress and Wash her—A Notable Cure by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. A uotablo instance of tho value of Dr. Williams' Pink i'lLU in nerveus disor der.* is given by Mrs. Caroline lirowne, ot "Minuicville." Joha-strvot, Wuvor k-y, a S>uiK-y .-.uburb. Some time ago ! her daughter Margaret, who is uow PJ, j was attacked by ti:at disorder dreaded : by all parents. Sc. Vituj>' Dance. Mrs. j Browne hud to treat l.or girl jusi like uu j inmnt—wash, feed. and dre.^o her. The I patient had the attention of a medical j man. but a* Mrs. Urowne wr»> not satis ii<xi that progress towards recovery was I being made, she decided to give her • daughter a course of Dr. William.-.' Pink | Pills. M r». Browne i-peak-. in glowing j to ran of the result. She bays:— "After having an attack 01 St. Vitus' 1 Paneo when sue was 12. my daughter Margaret always gave the impression that the complaint was still in her sys tem, ...

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

THE CHARGE OF THE BITE BRIGADE, The flc-as at Schnapper Island, Balmaln, on Saturday dr6v« away the picnickers In a few minute."?.—News Item, Fleas to the right of u«, Fleas to the left of us, Fleas uli in front of u«, _ Hopped when we landed. Each one with brace and bit. Bradawl and drilling kit, As on our hides he lit, Worked double-handed. Oh, we were quite outmatched, None of those fleas were "catchQd," Ladles retired and scratched. In sad seclusion. Those little pests did graze Inside of stockings, stays, Laces, and "longerays"— All was confusion. Oh, the bold charge they made, Kvery girl was ufrald. Contours most swept displayed. Many an abrasion. It wufl most plain to me. IIow plain a girl could bo When she was mostly flea, On that occasion. Back from that dreadful Isle, Did a-* the boats deflle, Ladles sat san3 a smile, Little lumps nursing: Boldly we rowed and well, Kach with his tale to tell. I'ulllng as hard af* h 1. Scratching and cursing. According to an exchange, "one ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE HOLFORDS AND THE KENDALLS. Ructions at South Yarra. "Langwldge" Charges Prahran Court. Case Dismissed Without Costs. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

THE HOLFORDS AND THE KENDALLS. Ructions at South Yarra. "Langwldgo" Charges at Prahraa Court. Case Dismissed Without Costs. At iho Prahran Court on Monday, Edward llolford proceeded against Samuel Kendall for using insulting words. Mr. E. J. V. Nigau acted on behalf of informant, and Mr, I1. J. Ridgeway appealed for the defcnco. Edward llolford, who is a frayed, worried lookinj individual, dcs&ribed himself as a plasterer, and said he had been living at 1 Chatham-street, South Yarra, with his m'astw and family for close on four years. A aeries of quarrels which had eventuated from tamo to time were duo.to the unncighborly tricks of the Kendalls, who lived next door. On the night in question witness was drinking & glass of water from a tap near the back door. Kendall, who seemed overcome with some stronger liquid, YELLED OVER THE FENCE, "Got- away from there, you dirty thiiig.H ' The woman Kendall then chipped in. Witr j eoab merely replied, "Mind your own busi- ! nes...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NOT CHRIST; BUT MOHAMMED. JOHN NORTON TAKEN TO TASK BY A QUESTIONABLE QUERIMONIOUS QUIDNUNC, Who Wants Mohammed's Name Substituted for Christ's; AND DENOUNCES NORTON AS "IGNORANT," "STUPID; "CONTUMACIOUS," "PERVERSE," "FALSE," "PERPLEXED," "TROUBLED," AND "MALIGNANT." And Yet He Wishes Nerton's Paper "Every Success." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

NOT CHRIST; BUT MOHAMMED. JOHN NORTON TAKEN TO TASK BY A QUESTIONABLE QUERIMONIOUS QUIDNUNC, Who Wants Mohammed's Name Substituted for Christ's; AND DENOUNCES NORTON AS "IGNORANT," "STUPID,1 "CONTUMACIOUS," "PERVERSE," "FALSE," "PER PLEXED," "TROUBLED," AND "MALIGNANT." And Yet He Wishes Nsrton's Paper "Every Success." We have received the following! remarkable epistolaryetfusionfrom one who, although he tells us that he wishes "Truth" every success, entirely disapproves the consider ation of the career and character of Christ, asV.compnred with those of Caesai- and Napoleon, which is made in the "Christ, Caesar, Na-i polcon'' articles. The references | to Caesar and Napoleon are, says our correspondent, most admir able, but those relating to Christ I are, he appears to think, every-' thing that is objectionable. ! In order that we may not be ac-1 cused of altering the contribution of this latest dogmatist on his his tory and theology, we publish his letter exactly as it was written...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
LOOKED OUT. Schumakers' Shock on Boxing Night. A Cautious Burglar. Gold Watch Traced to a "Pop" Shop— Other Jewellery Found in a Drain, Where Thomas Looks to See the Way the Water Runs; And Gets Nabbed. Identified by the Pawnbroker, he is Committed for Trial. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

LOOKED OUT. Scluimakers' Shock on Boxing j Night. * j A Cautious Burglar. | Gold Watch Traced to a "Pop" Shop— ! Otiier Jewellery Found in a Drain, | hero Thomas Looks to See ■ tho Way the Water Ruus; | Aud Gets 2s~abbed. ! Identified by the Pawnbroker, he is j Committed for Trial i The story of the sensational find of stolen . jewellery in a drain in Fitrroy Gardens three weeks c$o was revived iu the Malvern Court on Monday, when Frank Tbomai, a young man, ■was charped with breasting; into the private rcsidcuce of Octo Charles Schu- j maker at Tcorak on December 26, and steal-1 ic2 certain articles of jewellery and other ; things, valued in all at £20. Sub-Inspector Wcsuott pros:cu:cd, and the aceuscd was; undefended. '■ When Mr. Otto SchumrJcer and his wife, j who live at. the terser of Irvicg and Toorak I roads, go", lion:" abou: 10 o'clock on Horiiij; • night, the latter made the astonishing <[-> ; corvrv it:z: their bvdroom door wsta locked o'i the in<d...

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

SAD-FOUND JH_ALBERT PARK. A man who had been noticed in Collins street lately attracted considerable notice by his melancholy appearauce. It was «whis« pered that his "Icora arose from the fart that he -worked in the "Dead-letter Depart ment" at the G.P.O. He was found In the water at Middle Park. He was nxriline as ho splashed tbo water about him. "Hello!" shouted an acquaintance. "Ton don't look very gloomy now, old chap." The other smiled a3 be dried himself. "Look here, wouldn't you look plum if you had no clothes and no money to pot any?" "Sure," said big friond. "Well, I got into touch with a Cash Order Co., that enabled me to get ! fiied up, and pay back br instalments." If you write or call at the ^Towns CSsh Order Co., you get o caah order, and purchase e?erytfain^ you require for cash by paying one shilling in the £ per The Towns Supply Co. 133 COLLINS STREET (T*» Doon Put "Aryra" Office). JTjBA.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A JOY RIDE—AND AFTER. Jambouree Ends Dolefully for Two Men. Chanffenr Diddled for Nine Hours' Fare Sailor Bill Riley's Adventure in the Bedroom—Taken In and Taken Down—Gets Knocked Out and Loses his Dough. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

A JOY RIDE—AND AFTER. Jambouree Knds Dolefully for Two Men. Cbauffcnr Diddled for Nine flours' Fare Sailor Bill Riley's Adventure in the Bedroom—Taken In nnd Taken Down—Gets Knocked Out and Loses his Dough. ] We bear a lot at times about the intcxi ! cation 01 speed, which cau nowaday* be in ; dulled in by anyone who cares to summon a ■ taxi-cab, the possession of the wherewithal to ; pay for the indulgence being quite a second 1 ary consideration. When, however, thero is a I double int-ozication, of bocze superimposed ' on speed, or vice versa, all manner of strange : things are likely to happen. i Lust Saturday afternoon, simcone giving j the namo of ".Fitchctt" telephoned from i Smith's Hotel, at the corner of Glenferrie and Dandelion; rotuls, Caultield, to tho Ar madale Motor Garage, p.sking that a taxi be st'jit round past-basic. Herbert Aitkcn. the i chauiTeur who took ?h" lost no time . ii» supply.the want, ;i:ni cn reaching the ; ircdticvd himseli "as "Mr. Jack Fi:chuU," and...

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