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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. AND BUY YOUR SUITS ON THE J. P. JONES EASY PAYMENT PLAN 4 Royal Arcadtrtd Ej A crand w.ir to pa. H tli's. our pt;»u. and I* kind—satisfaction i o~r / Your future as well as that of the car have something to do with each other if you want A post=card gets the Catalogue. ACME motor & engineering go. 355 LONSDALE STREET, MELBOURNE. We also Sell Everything for the Car or Motor Cycle—A LITTLE BETTER. THE CENTRE WAY ARCADE, Collins Street. Now opened as a French Caie and Tea Rooma, Under the management of Mr. Karle W. Kleya, late of the Savoy. THEATRE SUPPERS A SPECIALITY. ■atnrii FEDERAL MEDICAL, INSTITUTE. DR. MALONEY, Medical Director. 513 ELIZA P.ETTI STREET, MELBOURNE. Hours. 2 m 3; 7 to 8. Treatment br CORRESPONDENCE for Peop.'e in tbe COUNTRY ;s our SPECIALITY. FEES—By lettnr. including Medicine, 5/-. POSTAL ADDRESS— You rail en us .. .. 2/6. BOX 563. C.P.O., MELBOURNE. T. MARSHALL'S LOAI^S Upwards ARE REAL EASY ON THE BORROWER, upwards AT T. WORKERS...

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

A CURRENT CONUNDRUM. For the Pa»t ecup'c ot years the average reader of the muruinr J'joa-etion.s: tiaii.v has been fairly b.smt^oo/K'd to decid » whether th3t qu.ck-cbatie'e-policy production is, in politics, fi&b, itesh, or sood rod hernug, or neither one nor the other of those usual!? professed elements. And tv-day the conun drum is more perplexing than ever. It 15 beginning to dawn, however, on the man in the street—that keeu, d t:eruin^ rewrr'— that the "A^e" is working a nice, astute littly lurk in its Literal policy to-day and Labor attitude to-morrow. All through the last Federal election campaign tbi» mouth piece of many voices sinute the Labor Party hip and thijciu Its vituperative blasts were monotonous in their daily consistency; its attacks were a; regular as the rising of the run. The name of Labor at that critical period was anathema to it: and, in fact, where Labor was concerned there was no good in Nazanth. Tli<■ ♦•N-ction.s p-js»srd; the atmosphe...

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

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

WHOLESALE Price, Griffiths & Co. j > 516 Little Collins-straet. j

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CONSTABLE AND CIVILIANS A Peculiar "Move On" Case. Jonnop Reported to Superintendent, And Cabman Summoned. The Cabby Wins—Case Dismissed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

CONSTABLE AND CIVILIANS A Peculiar "Move On" Case. Jonnop Reported to Superintendent, And Cabman Summoned. The Cabby Wins—Cas3 Dismissed. I Constable Don McKenzie and cabman j Alexander Elkin, tie latter a familiar figure • to habitues of too south-east corner of Bourkc and Svanston streets. £ot into bolts in tie District Count- on Monday. E.kin j was proceeded against by Mac on the charse ' that on the ftisbt, of December 15 last h«5 ' did obstruct the thorcpugbfjro in Swanstcn I street, outside the Rbyal Mail Hotel, by f loitering thereon and refusing to discontinue 1 doing so wben ordered. Mr. P. BLasbki (chairman) and Messra. Rogers, Smitlrwick, and Edwards, Js.P., comprised t4.he Bench. I Mr. T. B. Fogany appeared for the de ! fence. I Constable McKenzie's evidence was that at 9.45 p.m. on the ni^ht mentioned he i saw defendant in company ttith men named i Hentessy and Grillitbs and two other men, i stacdiu? on the footpath at the-spot named, j II? toid them to move, but defend...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WILLIE WATT'S WAYS. Peculiar Penchant for Pay and Perks. Cupidous Cormorants Courted and Cowardly Canaille 'Cutely Choused. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

WILLIE WATT'S WAYS. i Peculiar Penchant for Pay and Perks. Cupidous Cormorants Courted and Cowardly Canaille 'Cutely Choused. Premier Watt. the man in tlio play, has a "motter." It is based on th»> — Tis not -what a man docs that exalt* h»a, But what a man would do. So firmly convinced is Premier \Natt of the truth of this that he has, parently, mado it a sine qua non m uls i political existence. j HL;| achievements are as tow it> his i proraiU are plv-nti(ill. The raison , d'etre i* that achievement u t'»"Kc.ro1^ i —often fatal—while promise of achjito inMU i« sale, and invariably scintillates ■srith virility. "* * * , There is method in Premier Vatts. political procrastination. Ho is ",ot ,n ' fool. 01, no! Uather » ho » cute . an<l cunning covo. who nr.-''-—.'^-a * as re-ervoir of acnuited ljiov U-.lt:c. sj kn.w, how to iw it to the Iv-cr possible > advantage every time and ail tho tunc, i Protowr w.»tt i* a t^cholcsi^a* wcU ,'5 a -or.'olor.iM. Ho midlands hum...

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

DRUNKENNESS CURED. A Peaceful Home Relieved cf a Cunts cnctnnJtrrnllttasbT EUCRASY, Jin. 3. T. row Dwr Sir,-" Oil, lioir hnppv I ra H»t my bubal* Sl'iir? "'Voir "femrf'j '°I rarlv a bl,*.iDC <°r drank aril." T«ie BUCRASY cure for drunkoniiw* h*s sbe-l a wlUnw Into tbou«od» of auA ttiai while t-.e lsSs?'-= GIVE IT SECRETLY Costs Nothing to Try Yo triable, no {neonTenipjicc. no riik may be piTen nndct<x't-tbli< In any food or l*Ter*ge. COUPON. 1 On ree*!pt of tblsConr^" and thn»e Jtaapifor po-tiipe we will *«ud. post paid, n trial package I oud tboaiatidiof testimonial letters. | A.MrfM — Address—The Eucrasy Co., 62 Hunter St.» Sydney. BTABLt&HBD B. H- NORTON. U96 UiauM,

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

Next Friday nicht the innumerable beau* ' ties of "The Lain! of Nud" "will bo unfolded at the Kitty's for the hut time, so these who bare not yet enjoyed the delightful phcotasy should £ot a bustle on. A splendid hunch of new artists appear on the Gaiety bill m placc of Th-j Scruuaders, ' of del ^htful im mory, and their turns aro about the best of their rc»pective Lindg that bare boeu seen here. Commencinp on Monday, lloyt's Pictures wi!l f.crccu a special attraction, "Let 'Er Buck,'* & fine film repr*scr.tntion of the re cent "round-up" at FendJoton, showing Am-i crican cowboys in'their clement. I Josephine Davis, the new star at tbe Opera IIousp. tdn«s ragtime without any exag gerated manncrUm*, and the back row of the gallery can dis! inir'Jish every word tho says. Tan^o teat started this week. All theatrical Melbourne is looking forward to "Joseph and IIis Br'thrm" at the Theatre lloyal on Sa.urday nicht. This romantic spectacular p'ay cotitr«-s ma:idy round the story o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RUCTIONS AT "ROSEBANK." Boarding House Bother. Commission Agent Causes a Commotion. Remanded for Medical Treatment [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

RUCTIONS AT "ROSEBANK." Boarding.House Bother. Commission Agent Causes a Commotion. Remanded for Medical Treatment One of. the tonisst of tony boardinj houses in East Melbourne—,fRosebank," formerly the residence of a wealthy Jewish philanthropist—was in evidence at the Col linjjwood Court on Monday, when George Frederic* Farrar, ajed ^2 yea:3, dtscr.bed as a commission acent, responded to his bail and apposed before Messrs. J. Cornfoot (chairman}, E. Coulson, and 'VV. Marshal], js.P., charged with having assaulted his wife. From the appearance of Farrar it was. very evident that since being admitted to bail he had been drinking not wisely but too frequently. • The story told to the Bench by com plainant, Annie Farrar, was that when her husband returned home to "Rosebank" on Saturday he was suffering from the effects of a drinking bout that had extended over a somewhat protracted period. She re mained in the room with - her husband to pacify him, but he threw her down and CAUGHT HER...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Truth SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914. THE S'AFRICAN SHINDY. No. II. BOER=BAITERS v. BOER BURGHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

JixvCfl SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1-1, 1914. THE S'AFRICAN SHINDY. ISo. II. B0ER=BA1TERS v. BOER BURGHERS. • Those do'Jr, determined, bebandoliercd, slim, silent, solemn«vIsaged, mounted bur ghers, ■with their magazine Mausers a-cock, must, RUrclv be laughing in their beanls . at these eUnml Australian Boer-baiter?, who, when tljcv're not mafficking for tbc right 10 destroy Bo-jr liberty, arc mafficking against the right of Boer burghers to resist by nrmai fo'ree what they declare to bo an organised conspiracy of Alien . Anglo-Australian L:ibor against Dutch Liberty in South Africa. 1 don't believe it is anything of the kind. In next iisut\ I'll show why I don't believe it, and why I don't believe that tho Brer burghers believe il. At the same time, I'll show why they make believe that they do believe it; and at the same timo endeavor to give a f,*ood reason or two why thf Auv.ralian worker should cease being Meaghcr-mnOhkcd. and wby Boer-baiters shcuM not «queai so loudly whon suddenly th...

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

Petmecky IS THE KAME OP THE VERY LATEST TALKING MACHINE. The? wo for use on every taako of disc, neediest record*, and ore far iup«rlor to J «ny other needle, for caeh ono wUi , PLAY 10 REORDS; and they are euarautced not to Injure re*' corcU, but to improTo toue» reduco scratch* ing, nnd generally improro aud prctervo j record. PRICE, .1*. PER PACKET, " TRY A PACKET OF PETitECKY*' NEEDLES NOW. • THE CENTREWAY, |»259 Collins Street, Melbourne. Elastic ^ Stockings . ABDOMINAL BELTS. For support after operation*. Ilitse will support th« ;! Alnlomitial wall,' atvl •; protect tlio incision from ii Lre-ikiritf Away. ' Useful-16r Abdominal-Weakness, V Corpulency, i're? ancy, "before ami after confine* fut.. Navel Hernia, -Floating Kidney,.Weak Hack, ti l Strain'. Saved! 20b. to the good—'without doing any thing extra for it—without incurring any obligation in the process. That'* juit what oar offer o» s. Suit for 50s." Tor jour ,:50s." In st a "70p." rcturn~ actual SAVING of AIN of 20s.—a...

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

sT-- HOISTEN LAGER 5~j

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
HOW THE BOER/VIEWS THE S'AFRICAN SHINDY: "WHEN MURDERING THIEVES FALL OUT HONEST MEN COME BY THEIR DUE." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

HOW THE BOER/VIEWS THE S'AFRICAN SHINDY; "WHEN MURDERING TmEVES i\2.Li' OS! HONEST MEN - OOKsE BY THEIR JDUE." THE BURGHER (Who Bides His Time) ^"Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord: I will repay."

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

•A. ■who will make you a man GOOD Sound Physical and Vital Strength. rIvc you n Good nnd Healthy Bleed Circulation, Per fect Nervous System, Cheerful Fplrlts, and rcniovo all Morbid nnd Dan gerous Conditions, la th*« Poitor Von NV<mI tvlien you are Physimlly IJuflt. and SufTor liiK from a WEAKNKSS or Disease which Is undermining your vizor, nnd seriously : threatening your pres nt nnd future Imp- j Illness nnd welfan*. The very ninny hun- i dreds of testimonial* l.eld by that Expert I Specialist, J HENRY WESTWOOD COOPER, j M.D., ETC.. i gpenfc eloquently of IiIh ureal euccossos. Ho lias liv t'.ils j Dje.ins created for himself tbe L» ripest MEDICAL PRAC TICE in AUSTRALIA. His MEDICAL and UESEaKCIi ; QUALIFICATIONS aro unquestioned lie has ppared neither expense nor tlm« In KEEPING ABREAST of SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENTS. His Patients havo the beueflt or oil that Medical Skill and science cao accomplish. >u such ail ments as: — NERVOUS DISOHDEUS, ORGANIC WEAKNESS. nUPTURE. N...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THREE INQUESTS. "Cabbie Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

THREE INQUESTS. "Cabbie Jim" in London. Wbeu a man, Do.ir Mr, Morion, Do com mil- of Fovorly, lt> a crinic beyond all othf.n, Wuss nor Rape or Burglary. Tcoplc f=cz it aint no sin Sir For a JosHcr to be poor— Rot! It are tbc wu*t on oil things To be doin' to be sure. Wowser fellers poke it at us Of (lie lovely things what's here— Ami the beauty of the world. Sir, All around us, far ami near. But, so when a man are busted, Squashed in stern reality: And he aint a thiumbo on him i For a counter lunch. \ou see, I Nor u 100! ahi.ve his icippor. Nor who—\ciiL i.> sup or bito— But has got to face the music j In the blackness of the night— [ With the fearful hunger calling, And his entrails fill on fire; Little beauty in thisvwor!d Sir Can be find tor to admire. I hate witnessed hero in London Such display-* of misery, That I've doubted of my Kims ' How such aiiful things could be. 1 don't know at I shed t..-l| vou or «uch things as thr*e ihings art.-. Which vou may thaJJk Gaud don't...

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

Cr. Anderson. Councillor Anderson is a snrnrt tuau. Who triei t.j j ku*i* 'cm all lie can With asphalt paths and getters clean, Auc] culverts tirou-,:—(lie ku-n wc've ; Yt-K. everything is quite O.K. When Councilor Andy conic9 that war. His '"mutter" is—"Uf kp;c): ami span,"

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

Cr. M'Neilage. i A we!M;i:own man in Wiliiftinstown f Is McNcilage, Mayor, Jay I'ce. ■ Who iu:i« iho local bouk* works, And make* tb<» township gee. A jovial, pt-ijial sort is Mac, ! Though you wouldn't tbiufc it, would verr j Coine an' 'uve a blooru:n<> drink— j Will yer?—would ycr?—could yer?

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

Cloyne, J.P. Clcyiiy, J.P., of the Carlton Ueucb, Is the geut who's here pen-pictureJ— He's Iho boy to rough 'em up, When ihvy're crook and ken be lectured. Just twig his phiz, 'tis full of biz, And frightens UMiichtr clinnh* Who're done the things they didn't ought And pay un in shiners.

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

WHAT ABOUT- ! YOUR APPETITE ?, Ate you Hungry and do you I j Enjoy your Meals? j A Fremantle Woman Speaks of | the Great Benefit Derived from Dr. | Williams' Pink Pills when Suffering from Indigestion. j ! Thoio dyspeptic sufferers ivho r.'ould ' like to eat heartily, buwefrain because they know the after suffering they will have to go througu; and the other class, whose lorrn of stomach trouble is a:i utter loathing of lood, should know how good Dr. Williams' Fink Pills are for Indigestion. A trial of these pills will make you hungry, and strengthen your stomach so that you can oat what you waut, without^ distress. I'ndcr this treatment you will become stronger and healthier, bocau-o you will get full nourishment troin your food. .Mrs. James Hawkins, Davis-road. Fremantle^ W.A.. suffered with a bad form of stomach trouble, and now speaks in high praise ot the relief she got from Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. When interviewed, she said:— •1 could not regain my strength after an attack o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A MURTOA MATTER. Licensee Hogan and Her Servants. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

A MURTOA MATTER. i Licensee Hogan anil Her Servants. j 1A man named J. Pixillip3, and bi9 wife, Marvis, related a somewhat extraordinary talo to Mr. Read Murphy, P.M., and Mr. J. I J. Rogers, J.P., in the District Court on Tuesday. It was in connection with a claim for £6 7s.' for wages oad railway fares pre ferred by them against Mrs. A. B. Hogan, of the Victoria Hotel, Murtoa. Mr. Man chester appeared for the complainants, and Mr. C. Masters for the defence. The story in brief of the plaintiffs was that they were engaged through a registry officc in town to work at defendant's hotel, the wife as wait ress, and the husband as eroom. Mrs. Ho gan paid their ■up, and, if they stayed three months, was to pay the return fare to Melbourne. It was not their fault, said Phillips, that tkey did not remain three months; they were told to go. They worked a week, and when they a?kea for their money, were told they would pet none. Phil, lips said ho was* offered a shilling. He also said they we...

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