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TOWN CLERK BUTCHER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

TOWN CLERK BUTCHER. In democratic ColIIc^Trcod This gent is to be found, Well rerscd in municipal lavr is he— A student most profound I He rules the councillors and mayor— His -word is lav to them; They're tied around bis apron itrlrgs, He lead* 'cm ri^ht—ahem!

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
OVERSEAS CLUB CAPERS. ARE JEWS BARRED? Significant Letters the Executive Won't Answer. "TRUTH" MAKES FURTHER INVESTIGATIONS. Cyclonic Change of Officials: Five Secretaries in Seven Months. Members Anxiously Await a Balance-Sheet Chairman of Committees Supplies Explanation. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

OVERSEAS CLUB CAPERS. ARE JEWS BARRED? Significant Letters the Executive Won't Answer. "TRUTH" MAKES FURTHER INVESTIGATIONS. Cyclonic Change of Officials: Five Secretaries in Seven Months. Members Anxiously Await a Balance-Sheet Chairman of Committees Supplies Explanation. Tho reference to the Over-seas Club in lost week's city edition of "Truth" has boon road with interest in many quar ters, eomo people being surprised to learn that there wan any suspicion of hanky-panky business, and others, who know or had an idea that t'nero was *a ncrow loose somewhere, expressing grati fication that at last tho sorchlight had hwn turned wboro it wafi badly needed, j During the week. "Truth" has in ado i further investigations, tho results of which have been, to say the least of interesting. The Melbourne branch of , tho club, whoso headquarters aro in London and whoso avowed objects are as follow :— CI) To help one another; . (2.) To rendor individual service to tho Empire; if need b»\ to bear...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CATTLE CORMORANTS. English Company's Huge Purchase. Big Deal in the Territory. Four Thousand Square Miles of Country. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

CATTLE CORMORANTS. English Company's Huge Purchase. Big Deal in the Territory. Four Thousand Square Miles of Country. The Uuion Cold Storage Company, an English corporation, ha*s acquired an oo* ormous tract of country in North Aus tralia. Tliis consists of tho stations lately occupied by .Mc^r.^ Copely and Patterson on the Ond, Margaret, and Sturt ltivcra in tho I'^ust lumberiev dis trict, and \Yav»> iliil, on the \ ictoria Puver, Northern 'ierr.iory. Tho area compr^ nearly ^c/,ULKJ ytjuaro uukxj of tlio bost pastoral laudi in Um Norm, 'iho Wave iiiiJ fautUon aluno measure** 10,000 square iniKio, tno pick 01 tlio rivor. 'Ibe lease lia* year* to run, and tho yearly reut n> lt>. por .sijuaru iuUo. Tnoro ore between 'ju,uUo and 100,000 head ox cattle oa uus run, hut lucre uowr has been a bang-tail mus ter. As many a* ^o,000 calve* hav« been branded in one year. . Coploy is looked upoji in tho West 03 tne sandy btato'a cattle kitig. 1q l'JOi he commenced extensive cattle opera...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MARTIAL MARAUDERS. Clumsy Capitalistic Conspirators Flout the British Flag. (To the Editor of "Truth.") [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

MARTIAL MARAUDERS. Clumsy Capitalistic Conspirators Flout the British Flag, JTo tio Ecii-or of "Truth."! iSir,—Whoa the full signiGcanco of tho moaning of martial law sinks into tho minds of tho Australian people, they will realise tho infamy and vicious viu tttctivcness of tlio local disloyal Tories, who aro rejoicing at tho flouting of tho British flag by tho capitalistic party in South Africa. Martial law is not a law. j It is the exorcise of tho will of tho mili- j tary commander who tako3 upon him- , Bolf tho responsibility of suspending or- i dinary law by proclamation. But, as a groat authority justly observes, such a proclamation do?s not invest tho stop with tho force of Jaw. It is simplj mili- . tary authority exorcised iu accordance with tho laws and usages of war, and is limited by military i;ece>«ity. It will thus bo soon that martial law can only bo brought about by actual war. and such a state bin*onu •, unlawful directly tho military necessity for it ceases. That ...

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

TO COUNTRY NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORS. THREE MONOLINES FOR SALE. "Truth" offers three MONOLINES at £50 <jach. A snap for a country news paper office. For further particulars rrrito to J.OHN NORTON, New Zealand "Truth," (Wellington, |

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

"IT WAS SO EASY." E. Smitb, of Wakefield, writes cn 2/12/13: "The way you extracted my t«*etU was won derful. X did not know wbetbrr they -wen' in or out—it was so easy." Consult W. K. THOMAS, and c-nd a!j your teeth troubles. CALL TO-MORROW. W. E. THOMAS, Ex pert in Modern Poiniets Dentistry, 88 ElitZA UOS 6X&SS2, a^tehU Sic.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE RED PLAGUE. Apathetic Tasmanian Government. Conditions Worse Than in Any Other State. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

THE RED PLAGUE. Apalhetic Tasmaniari liovernmcnt. ConJitiotis Worse Titan ia Any Otliei , Slate. (Prom 'TruthV* Tasmanian Correspondent.)' ITbe TaBmanian community >» altogether unprotected against the ravages of venerea) tLa-uses. It is customary to speak of the | mainland States—or most, of then;—aa e.v I ampics of plants wbcro tlio worst foriu of ' wowserism hi* prevented the Parliaments ftoui taking any inlell.geut steps towards lessening suffering end death caustd by the red p.ague; but every one of the other j Slutca has done mo;o than the Coiiscrvativo , riidcu little island south of 13as» Siraits. ! On the 9th inst. a medical conference i trill be held at Wellington, and one of the most important items cf business will be , the consideration of legislation for tho pro tection of youth from infection from venereal disease, i'robubiy all the Australian States except Tasmania will be represented • thrrf. But ihr> I'hief Secretary cf Tas mania, Dr. lliulir. who, bc.r;^ a m...

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

ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT. KeJ.•If you wtJIo to tha Hoard of JJp;i!ih, Quwn-sirt.-t, or rail there, you will be supplied with full j'ufonnation con- ; cernij&j tie oocjampuva dUpentary and | W itttMinoi

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A PITIFUL FATE. Ammunition Worker's Mysterious Death. Girl Denies Being Enceinte. Doctor's Suspicions Accidentally Confirmed by Operation. Lover Denies Intimacy. Coroner Can't Say if Abortion was Performed. 'May Have Been Interference," Says Dr. Mollison. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

A PITIFUL FATE. Ammunition Worker's Mysterious Deaiii, Girl Denies Being Enceinte. Doctor's Suspicions Accidentally Con firrnea by Operation. Lover Denies Intimacy. Coroner Can't Say if Abortion was Performed. '•May Have Been Interference," Says Dr. Mollison. Tbo rather mysterious circumstances at- ! tending the death of Violet May Baines, -which occurred at -the Wiiliamsiown Hos pital on the night o£ January 24, were in quired into bj Coroner Cole at the Mel bourne Morgue on Thursday. According to the police report at the time, the deceased, who was 23 years of age, and a cartridge machine operator by occupation, had been j til since October, and had been admitted to the hospital ou January 17. Wiliiazn Henry Smith, a single man, re- 1 ; siding with his parentB at 228 Kororoit : Creak-road, Williamstown, said be had been j j keeping company for the past fivo years with I Violet, who bad been empoyed at the Foot- ! scray ammunition works. He had intended ■ to make her his wife, but ...

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

Attractive "Gooso" advortisonif-::t for * lone widdy1"Man, engine-driver. want* housekeeper, widow prp:>.-r;e'l, c!«--nn, poor! appcnrance, lively, ~ood Lome." A ranr win wants a lirelv housekeeper of good appear ance should put his advertisement. in the matrimonial notices. DRUNKENNESS CURED. A Peaceful Home Relieved of a Curse once and for all tiro-by EUCRASY, COUPON. On receipt of tbik Coupon and three sUmpil.ir we will s<?u4. po<t jujj, a trial p»ck»(e and iboaaait of lestintt&lbl letter*. Address—The Eucrasy Co., 62 Hunter St., Sydney, BTABlISHED E. H. NORTON, isaa matuccx. THERE IS SOMETHING IN THE SEASIDE AIR. AN UNDENIABLE FASCINATION. A Block of Perfect Building Land can bo Purchased 011 Remarkably Easy Terms. CARRUM.—Allotments. .£34 ; no deposit; 9/-monthly. DROMANA.—Allotments, .£15 ; no deposit; 7/6 monthly. FRANKSTON.—Allotments, £15 ; no deposit; 7/G monthly. LORNE. —Allotments, .£10; no deposit; 5;- monthly. A1ENT0NE-—Allotments, i'lG...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BUTCHER WELLMAH OH THE BEER. Bother in Best Street. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

[ BUTCHER WELLMAH OH THE BEER. Bother in Best Street. Ernest Perceval Well man, a North "Fitz- I ruy master butcher, who resides in Best street, kept his particular neighborhood rcry j much awato on the early morning of Janu- | ary 24. Not only did ho do tlrs, but at 2 j o'clock he rushed out of his dainty little domicile towards Constable E .J. Power, and asked that young but active jonnop if the i noise he had been makiug had awakened i him. This sarcastic interrogation, and other j ! contingencies, caused Wellman to respond ! to a summons at the Fit2roy Court on Wed ; nesday, wbeu he admitted that be might hare bebaTed in an offensive manner, but the only people he offended were PARTICULAR FRIENDS OF HIS. The justices (Messrs. R. D. Hooper, chair man, T. McMahen, and T. Griffin) were told by Constable Power that his attention was attracted by loud noises emanating from ! Wellrnan's residence at an early hour on the , date in question. While keeping the house under observation, he...

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

NICHT'S HORRID PLAGUE. You know what it is. Piles. Nearly drive you mad. Hard to bear Hard to get rid of. Can't find relief. ! But. wait a minute. Yes, you can, too. j It's a case of kuowing hovr. Knowing how means rtiiet. It means get the right thing. It means get Down's Ointment, ! Doan's Ointment will do it. j AH itching skin diseases disappear under I the soothing iufluencc of Doan'e Ointment. I Here's proof ot it: j Mra. B. B. Arnold, 201 Princes-street, j Carlton, Melbourne, says:—'Tor a loajj time I was a martyr to Itching Piles, and j : only people who have becu unfortunate [ , enough 10 suller from this terrible com- j . plaint have any idea what I wont through. , The irritation was dreadful, and I could pet i no rest from it day or night. I used all sorts of Pile remedies, and alio weut under an operation, but I still suffered. I was | 1 urged to try Doan's Ointment, and knowing I how good Doan's Backache Kidney Pills , were, I decided to try the Ointment. The soothing and...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
OCEAN LINER LURK. Resurrected After Five Years. The Mysterious "Strong, of Sydney-rd., Brunswick." Dame Dalton Still at No. 329; But Apparently Wants no Callers. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

OCEAN LINER LURK. Resurrected After Five Years. The Mysterious "Strong, of Sydney-rd., Brunswick." Dame Dalton Still at 329 ; Bub Apparently Wauts uo Callers. The following advertisement, -which has been apoearing during the week in the its. Vacant" column of the "Age": — Ocean Liners.—If you want berth as Steward, Stewardess, etc., write Strong', Sy dney-ro ad, Br mi s wick, recalls to "Truth's" memory a similar bait that was dangied in the sine paper early in September, 19-33, nearly £vo and a bali years ago. It read: — Ocean, Liners.—If you want to be come a Steward, Stewardess, Purser's Clerk, Engineer, Pantryman, Butcher, Baiier, Stoker, eve., now's your opportu nity; healthy life, good pay, prospects; • special attention L-cgiimers; hundreds suited; send stamp for full particulars. Strong, 329 Sydney-road, Brunswick. The family likeness between the two ad vertisements ais glaringly apparent to the most casual observer, and in view of the disclosures made by "Truth" when the oc...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE TURF Weights, Entries, &c. Racing Calendar, FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

Weights, Entries, &c. Racing Caloudar, FEBRUARY. - 7. 'Williamstown Raccs. 9. Fitzroy Raccs. 11. Sandonrn Park Races. 12. Trotting at Richmond.

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

WJLLIAMSTOWN MEETING. Programme of Events. The following is lie programme of events to bo decided at Williarustown this (Satur* flay) afternoon: — HURDLE RACE. Two Miles. PorUock ... ... 10 11 Commonwealth 9 11 Ciontr.it 10 7 Milkabah 9 6 Old Nick ... ... 9 13 Lucr Barr 9 6 JFiioch 9 13 Kiidecr 9 l» TWO-YEA 11-C>LD HANDICAP. Five .-jriouss. , Tiilolio — ... 9 2 Wormwood ... 7 C Kilspitidi© a 8 Sneeze ... 7 4 1 Lord Capulet 7 15 Lancretto ..* ... 7 2 ' Kirtle 7 10 Kudus ... 7 2 iNaaberry 7 8 Villus 7 2 iLady Cantala 7 « Veronal 6 12 Crown Su*eJ 7 8 Prince Bardolpb 6 12 Boy tab. 7 6 C:t»rn?arroch 6 12 vLou? Ran^e 7 C Bee Flower ... 6 10 TEUGAXINI HANDICAP. One Mile. f>ea Princ« — 9 6 Indiscreet... 6 13 •Wassail ... — 8 11 Coronate ^ ... 6 11 lAndelosia 8 9 Dewberry 6 9 Effervescence 7 11 Lomez -.6 7 Slack Pan — 7 8 Cooiamatong 6 7 la Georgo -.7 4 Kurrakai ... _ 6 7 Eosny — 7 4 Dependence — 6 7 JPoar Flush — 7 4 llaloja*.. M 6 7 Ipear] Kin- ... 7 1 "WELTER PLATE. Six Furlongs. fc...

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

On the Tracks. FLEMINGTON. TUESDAY. I Nice, pleasant morning; tracks in good ; order, and the outside of the course opeu | for galloping on payment of a fee of 2s. GJ., ; but only two horses made any use of it. There was a big muster of cquincs, but no thing transpired of a sensational character. Precious (H. Jackson) skipped over. £ve furlongs on tho tan in 1.8. Prizefighter ; went about a mile and a quarter on the same course, and did the concluding Lvo fur : Jongs in 1.11. Grand Charm (I?.;Fniser), vrho I can muster up a' bit of pace for d While, ran the last three of four furlongs iu Mono : dia strode, aloug, and wound up bv-/running five furlong^ oi\ tho ten in 1.1U% 7lx>m San , ders an»>arly appearance^'and had 'Hock .East, irtid Plasticine runnlpjf a mile on i the tan m\^57£,'and \licjyv<Mandlcd them i selves in a ^saj^^'.'niarwfier: so also did I their 6tab!emato Spring Crook, who went ! strongly for a mile. Field General skipped 1 over half a mile in 55, an...

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

TURF TATTLE. T^I Lai on Friday. Fitzroy on Monday. Wallace on Tuesday. Williamstown to-day. Pyalong on Thursday. Malmsbury on "Wednesday. Victorian Club races at Sandown. on 'Wed nesday. Brownleaf was unmarketable, and ran last in the Plate at Sandown. J. Tie, the Caulfield trainer, is giving the I hurdler Poomah a spell. ; George BuJIrey is giving that useful old ' slave Apiarist the bentSt u; a holiday. I Entries close oa Monday tor the Winchel- j sea races, to be run on Tuesday, February 1 17. | At CauiCc-Id, Ralph Pliillipson has resumed ■work with the suburban performer Thunder- i shock. J The Milt gelding Egotism has not been j noticed on the Caulfield tracks for wmt { wceis past. j J. Stevenson has removed from Caulfield, I and is now training the hurdjeracex Portlock i at Mentone. j M. Doyle has added a jumper named . Bardolph (Wolf—Tambourine) to his team at ; Fieraingtcn. ] The Gippsland horses Godwin Maid ui ' Galtce More hare joined J. II. Slade's team : j at Caulfield. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Fitzroy (Monday). 13.3 Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

Fitzroy (Monday). 13.3 Handicap. DIRECTLY ... ... -1 TIBBY 2 PUOTER _ ... 3 14.1 Handicap. JTOtTNTAEf EOSE 1 ALT7MEN'A 2 PRETTY TOY 3 Fitzroy Purse. Si k TvT.TiK|r^~K •— in m ■« 1 AYE GABA - 2 LADT BOORA2* ... ... — ... ... 3 Fitzroy Plate. HOSE MTmTRT. 1 ilUGWEB ._ ... _ „. ... 2 T.TS{-f ... ... .^ „. »^ ... m. o 11.2 Handicap. BATTLE FRAY 1 FIRST DEAL 2 LADY ARGYI/E 3 13.2 Handicap. VTKS GRACE ... _ I BUSH GIRL _. ... ... _. 2 STARLIGHT 3

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

VATICINATIONS. Williamstown (Saturday). Hurdle Race. MILKABAH 1 001DI0NWBAI.HH: ... Z PORTLOCK... _ ... 3 Two-year-old Handicap. PRINCE BATCDOLPH 1 KILSPINDIE Z XAXBERY ._ ... ... 3 Truganini Handicap. ANDELOSIA ... - 1 FOUR FLUSH... ._ ... 2 BLACK PAX ... _. ... 3 Welter Plate GOLD BREW _. 1 DUEL 2 rlNKERTON — — 3 Welter Purse. OSTRESSA 1 NANGL'MA QUEEN Z NOBLE BONNIE ... _ ... ... 3 Jumpers' Flat Race. CORONATUS - ... 1 THE ilAJESTIC NUT 2 xafeabb _ 3

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"TRUTH'S" LETTER BOX. DOSS-HOUSE EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

"TRUTH'S" LETTER BOX. DOSS-HOUSE EXPERIENCE. An immigrant says that owing to lack of croployro€ut, be slept ot one of tbo city dosvhoascs, and had his boots stolen. The proprietors of tho "doss" refuse to mako good his low. .We arc afraid it is a case of "blue duck." Lodging-house-keopcrs arc not responsible for losses of lodgers' property un ion it ia expressly entrusted to their earn.

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