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VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 7 February 1914

VACCINATION. A resident of Crib**Pcyn£jin'ites'Sqr idvice couoernitig his^T^rstcution • by ' police under tho tyrannical compulsory vfictipation law. Ho dpein't want to hate fya tfaljy girl inocalat-cd :»rith vaccine jx>:&on. In/reply, we regret to Mutate that hp will hft^c* to pay a fine if precepted. Tbo maximtm fino is 40s., but some Ben the* only inflict a pen alty of 10s.

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

THE WORD "WOWSER." W.W.F. (Collin^wood) asVs: "Who waj the originator of Ibe word 'wowser'?" H« adds that '"Truth's" answer to the qu«;ry will settle a wager. The word wowser was in rented by Mr. John Norton on nn impulse. Ho wa9 an aJderman in the Sydney City Council at thr time; and when a VecksnilEan poltroon—Alderman Watcrhouse, to wit—was indulging in prolonged puritanical piffle. Mr. Norton dcsicmnted him a "wire-whiskered , wowser," without baring in hi* nrnd any-: thing more than that. Ibe coined word was I most applicable. Waterhouse was the son-in- , law of Ebenezer Yicfcery, n wealthy co-trader j with the South Sea Missionaries. That i» j how the word "wowger" originated.—Ed. j

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

THE MEAT TRUST. j T.-Wilson (of Collinpwood) write? :—'"I ain i very anxious to get soma movement point? to chock the Moat Trust, which i» undoubt-* edly ono of the worst things this country j erer had to facc. One of our principal mc;it j u)en is now making an open toast that in Icm than two Tears there will not be a small butcher in Melbourne, and that meat will be 1*. 6d. per. lb. I hare not been able to get tho figures for the cattlo and sheep slaugh tered in the differeht States, but not one half of what is being killed is being con '■ stimed. It 19 bein*? stored in the trust'* i clnmber? in different parts of the world, and .v ibo rate thrv hire been eoin? for some time, it will only tnke two more season's to | ran Australia's supply out."

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

MARRIED WOMIN CIHRGED WITH I PROSTITUTION. I A correspondent, signing herself "Justice ! Every Time," alludes to th'e case. which was fully reported m ''Truth,*' where Mrs. Hal p:n, of Fitzro7, who is a married woman | living with her husband, was charged by the ! police with'baring importuned. men. on Vic : toria-panide. Apparently, the object of tho prosecution. or persecution, wag to scare . Mrs Halpin away from Fitzroy. She ha* t ( livd in the same house for five yrnrs, and j , if the landlord now wishes to regain pos- • , session there is a means prorided whereby ho may institute local proceedings with that object in Tiew. The action of the pol'ce in launching a prosecution cbirvine the woman with snlicitin;? prostitution "should certainly I : be inquired into by the authorities.

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

LOTTIE WATKINS AND PRINCE IMPERIAL Eugadine writes"Whilst on a holidav | trip to Tasniauia, I read the article iu your i journal headed The Prince Imperial and Lottie Watkica/ and, being conversant : with the whole of tho facts in this cape, | j would like—in justice to this poor little | j woman, who wa3 a beautiful and dainty i little creature in her bey-day—to dispute some of tho statements in"th:s artrcle. That portion relating to her connection with the Prince Imperial, her treatment by the Kelivs, ' and to her arrival in Sydney is perfectly correct: but. that relating to the fictitious birth of a child is utterly wrons. I know a ! person, alive and well, who was present at j Balma!n wli?n the birth took place." and ! probably she could name others who have ' tLo same knowledge. She was not tho cheap ! Jjttlf woman the articic would have u? be heve. She was far too cute and set a greater value on her assets thm to cive 1 thfm away in the manner stated. The father and son d;d no...

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

KING AND KING AGAIN. Tbu.i "Y&nity Fair" (Mansfield) A person here received u letter from Me&sra. Kin^ and Kins, accountant*, Syd ney, notifying that an advertisement was in a certain newspaper about tbo next, of kin, same uatne as the person here, and ns'ring that a certain sum of money be forwarded; and, on such being done, they would send full advertisement and uaine ! of newspaper, etc. Now what tho uarty ; wants to know i3: What ought they to do j to find out about it? Should they write > to the Curator of Estates. England, aa the I person died in England, and would they j answer? If so, would they haxo to pay j any money for na answer from them? | "Truth" lias on several occasion! exposed j King and Kind's c^pera. Their modus oper- } andi, put bviefly, 1% as follows:—They tend j circulars, in identical terms, to erery person ; of the same namo—be it Jones, Brown, or ■ Robinson—throughout Australia 2skinz for , 20s., on receipt of wliich they undertake to . f...

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

BUTCHER v. BOBBY. Francis Cu?ack, a butcher, who declared, j at the South Melbourne Police Court last • week before Mr. E. N. iloore, P.if., ; that he bad boon wrongfully prosecruted, was neverthclcsi ordered to pay a q-m\ and half • x guinea costs for having Iccpt bis promises j at Midd'e Park open after S o'oiock at uight, [ iu contravention of the law. Cusack, re ferring to this ca3c, writes aa under: — I was summoned for keeping my shop i Open after hours, while-on the other hand i 1 was fined for trading after hours. I j take it that they are two different charge*!, j 1; &o, I fail to "see bow tbey can charge | rac on ore thins and fine me on unotbor j on -the on- summons. I may also state f thai the prosecuting policeman bad me before the Court for the same thing— trading after hours—on Christmas 12 j months ago. On that particular occasion j a parcel wa» given to one of my customers . which had been left there durin? the day. I The policonran could not state what was ...

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

SE0IET HISTORY OF THE SEWING MACHINE EXPOSED Why Shoulld a Farns!^ Sewisig ^lachrne Cost THIS IS A MATTER FOR THU THRIFTY MOUSEVVM-E'S SERIOUS CONSIDuRATION. ^ MACHINES aro produced in countries where labor and r. ateriah aro considerably cheafier than in Australia. No ^wing machines are made in Australia, though borao import cheap-made machines under patriotic Australian nam- in iii-nos to rn*!:o tLo pooplo beli'» » so. Beware of cheap department storo machines or any othor machine t' it will not fhow its far',ory namo and trade make. Thero is no duty on sowing machines. To prrxluco a Drophead machino. no matter what namo or mako, does not oost moro than one-third of £14 10». Why !>en aro tho** so doai i Tho roa»^on Is tho cost of selling or distribution is too high. See tho following clipping taken from "The Advor tirer" for Januarv, JIMJJ:— SEWING MACHINES. Wliy pome Machines cost £11 0 Canvasser's commission £i2 1 0 Canvasser's salary weekly 1 10 0 Cost ot' horse and trap 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

Do Not Neglect There are row human ailments which create such misery as Catarrh. It purs you at. work and -"-i piny: it js with every where, threatening Bronchitis, Asthma, ; Dyspepsia, Consumption, making ycu down hearted, ruining your hopes, and wrecking your life. Those offensive discharges froni tliti nose, tho partial Josa of bearing, the quent headaches, the constant hawkiup and spitting to dislodge the mucous secretions, tho heavy, tired feeling when you awake— these am us nothing compared with the fact thut ycu. are inviting the entry of s< worse affliction if you nesrlcct Catarrh. If you are afUictod v Catarrh in auv form, I w CDrC -vou to "Kat-ar-uh" rnrr Inhalant a FREE TRIAL. It l I1&.L. wjjj gjve {mmodiatc relief to j ihe inflamed membranes,.clear TO head, purify the air ih ! you breathe it, and cleanse j °Jtt uasa! thf> nc- : tatarrll cumulated- mucous. When ! writing, give your full name i *5iiffpr#»r« aud address, and encloso 3d. OUIiererb in st...

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

WHAT IT REALLY MEANS. each other neck and neck in the scramble for place and pay, the result isn't always the unmixed cursc to the country that the performance appears to bo. A lot of gas bag literature is distributed by the partisan press aUiong fc.ccLo;s at juuciures n*e tno present. 'iiie uuu' u-v-niuiy reckon that II Uiy P»aUj oi La-i^JS OOULLUUcs Lho country v>ul go u> liel} ana L>uuw^uca, and that we'll ah be lip Uio tmanciai spout long even beiure thai. lne "Las," o: coursc, reversy the p.cairc. According to their ac couut o: the uyiiuia to come under "la" government, every su»vere.gn v.iii toon be worth live quid, v.iu*o uicre isn't a cow in the continent wat won t calve twice etcry 3Casoq it only lUe "Outs" cau be kept even j "outer" thau ibey uro. To men who th.nk j for themselves all this paltry piillc is only | so much wearisome ii-pdoott.e; but uuior- j ttinately some bO per ceiiL. of the ' frc« and i enughtened" (the man with tho vote) don't j think for theuis...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

<ffisO&ujr tA jvuure jUa>, tic TiMJtu/mS ftajvxrr

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PRETTY PICTURES. Bell, J. P. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

PRETTY PICTURES. Boll, J. P. This hundtouic cliup wuicliincs doe# yap Upon lb«* Carlton Uvticli; Of ivjjal lore he Las a *tore. And arguments docs clench, it) bu*i«nes*—now c:m't you guess— He tuu* Surr-Bowkett shows: He it the sur of tuany Stair*— Re knows, you bet, he knows!

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

FROOTOIDS Cure Headache, Indigestion, Conetipa tion, and Biliousness. They are elegant in appearance and pleasant ro take; tbey are immensely more valuable thr»n an* ordinary aperient; they remove fr^m the blood, tissue?, and internal organ?-, •tvaste poisonous* matter that it cloggi::? them and choking the channels that lead io and from them. Frootoida are THE BEST aperient medicine to take when any Congestion or Blood Poison is present, or when Congestion of the Brain 01 Apoplexy is present or threatening. They have been tested, and have been proved to afford quic!: relief in nuch cases when other aperinutf* have not done any pood at all. Frootoida art? absolutely un rivalled for FAMILY use; their beneficial effects are evident by the disappearance of headache—u bright cheery dense of perfect health taking the place of sluggish depressed feelings, by the liver acting properly, and by the food being properly digested. Frootoids are a very economical MEDICINE. A dose taken once a we...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARLY MELBOURNE. Concerning Burke and Wills—An Omitted Chapter—Commencement of King's Alleged Narrative. No. 226. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

EAULY fylELBOURNE.1 Concerning Uurko and Wills—An Omitted Chapter—Commence ment of Kiug'g Alleged Narrative. (By "Old Chum.") So. 226. (All Eights Reserved.) [Through inadvertence the opening chap ter of John Kind's alleged n-rr«.ive was omitted. Jts proper p)a.-i is in tioni of No. 222, January 17, 1914. Under the cross-heading of "'The Traveller," it was published in 'The Au:.tialast.:n," May 7, 1670. about 20 months before Kin^ death. — Ill,- uamurt taken .down from Kings hps shortly after his Velum lrom tin- Jlcriom but ill-starrc-d expedition winch miiiwa so fatally lo its loadcis, has liov-r yet seen th- U;bl. U is non pub. Ii«hed, paitly as a „ot unimportant run. <« '!*<• ccojraplrt-nl liu-rnture of Aussro-'ia. but ehi.-ih- hcciuife ii will [,o found lo contain sou).' interesting desrrip. | tion- o: the country IjrUi* at tin- head of the L.ult ot Carpentaria. Hxcejititis the «>«•»< vflal wMHuiion oi a more «pre«jivo i won! til-in ihut emplo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SALARY SACRIFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

SALARY SACillLECE. How could they be so cruel I Th-j Confer once of tbo Poht.cal Labor League actually only missed by tbrt»; vol'carrymg » reso luiion calling upon Labor members of Par liamcnt to bar.a over 5 per cent, of tbc;r salaries 10 the 'lighting tunds" of the P.L.L. This is, of cuura-*, very much like the Ameri can system of compelling uitu who get putd positions us a result of their being r.om.nated by a party to pay a certain percentage of their salaries into the pirty funds. Thi system is in operation as far as Ministers und officer* of the Hou«e are concerned, whr. couiributo to the juuds from the auiouu'i received by them in excess of their ordinary Parliamentary salaries. The proposal made at the Labor Conference was that Labor members should, to the extent, of 5 per ccnt. of their salaries, do what is already being done by Ministers and others. Most of the members and ex-members (including J. C. Watson) epposed the proposal, and moro would probably have opposed it if ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EARL GREY'S "GREAT SPEECH." "TRUTH" MAKES AN ANALYSIS: Fizz, Fume, and Froth. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

EARL GREY'S "GREAT SPEECH." "TRUTH" MAKES AN ANALYSIS: Fizz, Fume, and Froth. Karl Grey, whoso facial and omnium contour' is disappointing, was tho star flerloriuer at a Mayoral Junction in Mel bourne on Tuesday, when ho made a sjx'och—termed variously by penuy press toadies "a lino speech," "a mugnilicent hlK't'cb," and "a brilliant oration"— winch was, ot course, reported verbatim ot literatim, pr.mod in bi^ typo with blackheadings. and inserted in the most conspicuous positions available. ' As a prelude, the bolted covey said :— My Lord Mayor, Mr. Giynn, mid fellow couutrytnen, I am nt a los^ tor language to cxprcSi my appreciation yt the gieat mii* piniicut you tinvc paid inc. 1 was not aware, my Lord Mayor, that you were about. to ufcaorinlo with youraclt m receiv ing me, uoL only tho Premier of your State, but the representative of the L'om uiouwcakU. It in a treble honor you have done ine, and it is one that, I assure you, I deeply vafue. I w.sii to tianJ: you, not only on ui...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SENSATIONAL SKEDOODLE. A Midnight Flit. Mature Matron and Youthful Mug. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

SENSATIONAL SKEDOODLE. A Midnight Flit. iluturo Matron and Youthful Mug. In an outl.viiig suburb this week tlio dogs arc barking tho culmination of a spicy bcnndul that locu*l gossips havo bocu predicting for months past. It isn't au ordinary scandal susceptiblo to tho hush-up influenoe, inasmuch as it involves two families of the district both well 'known and equally reapcctcd. Without preliminary palaver it may bo .said that the two homes arc respectively lamenting tne lo>* oi a wil<> and mother, and a son. 'i itu couple have done a bunk to purt.s uuknoun, tlio sou being a strip ling ol -U, neither oi wiiose parents is tile .1^0 oi tiio lemalo wiln whom lie has darted trom U10 path 01 virtue, 'iiio woman, wiiu it> the wile 01 a well-known and wed-to-do market gardener, is t-oiuo •11 years ol age, and tne mother ol live cntiuren. During the p.ist year or two she has "made pocket-money" by at tending maternity cases, the iamily have ad along been legarded a.s one...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHRIST Second Series: No. VI. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

CHRIST | Second Series: INo. VI. I There L> no doubt that as tho chara ! pion of HU claa>, tho poor, as tho spokosman of tho despised Jewish So j cialist or Communistic sect of tho Kbion ' ites, Jems place*] Himself in direct and • ; deadly opposition to all tho rich, tho \ respectable, and responsible elements of j society. Dad Ho not antagonised thoso ] element?, Ho would have been without I a cause, a mission, and without follow- I ors: tho rich and powerful would not I have opposed and killed Him—and i Christianity would not have boon born, | or. having b<"on born, would not have lived beyond the day of the hist of His immediate followers. Thi* 1 net cannot | bo too often or too strongly stressed. 1 There was as much selfish snobbery in thoso days as there is in those. Jvven the familv of Je»us was smitten with tins spiritual and moral blight. It was this that oau.-od His brothers to desp.^o Him, to disbelieve Him. and to regard llim as distraught or demented: a...

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 — 14 February 1914

TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS (is Advaxcb O.vi.t): PER ANNUM, 12s.; HALF-YEARLY, 6s.; QUARTERLY, 3s. . Here phall the th* Pfontr's richt nuinuia, I.natrni by inrturucc 3mhmt>rjl>r<! l<v j^in. Kerf Tutrict Tfcmt tier elcnous vr?i'ct>U» draw, PJedced t<j Fraternity, Llbtrtr and La*. SATURDAY, 1-KUUUAIlY 11, 1014.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

STANDARD' ) HAND made 100,000.000 SMOKED ANNUALLY. Have you Settled That Suit' Question Yet, Sir? V" K /<' V;^V£Si\ h vv!;#v 1 ! Y</,.-^ ! il i V '1; SiC SUIT O TO MEASURE rl nirnlr- bv irf in Vrcp'r.f for rith those flsowht re » tint h~.ro h'iilt up r-n me the reputa »oii Suit at the most AI.L ONE PKICE FROM THE PICK OF TUT: STOCK. Write for Paltoros, Tape, and S.1L Form at occu. WiMi S3E?3fiTP" 159 Bourke Street, . ii. OStULL -MEl.lHJUKNli SAVOY 55 2\os. SOi-SOG LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Next Royal Arcade). MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE. ^COMPLETELY HEMOPELLEP. LUXURIOUSLY FURNTSHKD. - • CUISINE UNPARALLELED L.UISCHEOINS- DIININERS, SUPPERS. TABU: DliOTE ct A LA CARTE. CATERING A SPECIALITY. It. L. HOSSEN LOFF, Proprietor. THE GREAT CALVERT, The "World's Most Darincr Iiiorh AYire Performer. THE LEON TRfiO, Australia's Representative Athletes, The Acme of Physical Culture. THE' CLARK-RAZZILIJAEUS, In their Thrilling Triple Aerial Act and Web Descent. Luna Park Militar...

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