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COUNTRY COURT CASES. A Dirty Drab. From Holy Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

COUNTRY COURT CASES. A Dirty Drab. From Holv Adelaide, The amorous antics of a notorious salacious "she," named Eliza Andrews, from Adeleide, scandalised tho residents of Nhill to such an extent during Christmas week that John Hops McUrido and Kobn proceeded to a place in Victoria-strcct, and took the lovely "lydie" and a young man named Leslie Cur tis into custody. Ou Christmas morning, Mr. J. Young, J.P., taking into consideration the temptations of tho festive season, discharged both offenders with » caution. Later, she met two men. The trio sat down under a gum tree soar tho local lake, and indulged in conduct which scandalised and shockcd three young girls who passed by, and rivet* ; ted the attention of a mob of boys. Coming 1 into town again, 6he snared other levers. ' Subsequently she boldly ventured into the yard of the Union Hotel, where she met a i voting man named Albert Stratford, with 1 whom she misconductcd herself. In the 1 meantime. Scnior^Constablc Drew and Con , s...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
ANGRY ALBERTS ANTICS. Smashes Up Eva's 'Appy 'Ome. Fined Forty Bob, or Four Weeks. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

ANGRY ALBERTS ANTICS. Smashes Up Eva's 'Appy 'Ome. Fined Forty Bob, or Four Weeks, The femaJe portion of Young-street wai muchly ia evidence at the Fitiroy Court on Tuesday, when a groom by occupation, Al bert Swanson, "who care his age as 28 years, toed the caryct in front of Messrs. W. J. Beckett (chairman), J. J. Denton, and T. A!. Foley, Ja.P., charged with having broken up £15 worth of Eva Davidson's happy home. Mrs. Davidson, who resides at No. 78 Youn^-street, testified that she and ilr, and ilrs. Svranson had been out visiting the previous ukrht, and this morn:n<;, at some time or other, they all adjeurned to her t'.vitness'c) house. t'flUio sort of argument started, and Swanson went for his wife, but witness stepped between the unhappy couple and prevented the man from striking her lady friend. As soon as sho interfered Swanson UPS "WITH TWO BEER BOTTLES and banned them at the sideboard. In addition to smashing tho mirror* many other ornaments and decorations in ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BOUQUETS OF THE BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

BOUQUETS OF THE BEACH. The beach at Brighton is frequently fringed with tons of seaweed in yarious states of decay. A bad Etench arises from tho putrid ma;ter making natters extremely unpleasant and even disgusting to Use many surfers -who frequent the beach. Oil, green and soft the Brighton turf, And smooth the eloping Brighton beach, Oh, wonderful the Brighton surf (Likewise tho tricks its sirens teach); Oh, soft and sweet the Brighton air, And beautiful the Brighten "she,"' And quite, yes, quite beyond compare, The—seaweed floating in the sea. Tis joyous :n tho -.dawning bright To race across the shining strand, And plunge into the green and white Of combers sweeping towards the land. Tis bliss to shoot with glorious glides Beneath tho sparkling water pure, And rise surrounded on all cidca By—tons and tons of sea manure.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BRUTAL PRISON METHODS. Doing "Model" in Pentridge. How the State Manufactures Criminals. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

BRUTAL PRISON METHODS. Doing "Model" in Pentridge. How the State Manafactnres Criminals. Three issues ago, in commenting upon the I case of a boy whose release from wrongful j imprisonment in Pentridge "was eccurcd by i this journal, 4,Truth" made parsing refer- j ence to tho practice in vogue at that penal ] establishment of putting prisoners to what, ' in the jargon of gaol officials, is called j "doing model." This system is so barbarous 1 and so prolific in its criminal-manufacturing • results thit further notice is called for in the interests of public morality. j A prisoner sentenced in Victoria to a ; term exceeding six months is put into "model" for one month for etery tear of ! sentence. If ordered to be imprisoned for j six years, ho has sTx months "model'' to do, i And tho "model" is given in consecutive mouths. 'Model" is the worst form of coli- . tary confinement. Most ofleciively does it eliminate all the better instincts in the vic tim's character, and exaggerate mid ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A Hamilton Horror. Sensational Suicide. Was it Over the Cheque[?] [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

A Hamilton Horror. Sensational Saicid* Was it Over the Cheqo«t i A suicide which caused a profound eensa 1 tioa in military and social circles occurred 1 at Hamilton cn Saturday or Sunday last. On Sunday morning the blocd-stained corpse J cf a well-known officer named Lieutenant j ; Herbert A. Rogers, aped 40, -who, up to the , j time of hia tragic death, was an area officer | in 72A military district, was found in the I local drill hall, with a Franeott rifle lying i'close by. A bullet wound in the head bore j silent witness as to the cause of death. ; At the inquest, which w&s held before Mr. | J. E. Kennan, J.P., and a jury, at Hamilton i Courthouse on Monday, soma interesting eri j decce was tendered in ; REGARD TO A CHEQUE ' which the deceased cashed at the Caledonian Hotel 011 December 24 or 25. The licensee of the hotel, Daniel Scullion, testified to bav in? civen the deceased seven 60Terei?ns for the cheque. Stafl-Serpcaiit-Major G. A- Mor gan stated that the cheque ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Gay and Giddy Goad. Deserts Lawful Spouse, And Weds Widow Walters. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

Gay and Giddy Goad. Deserts Lawful Spouse, And Weds Widow Walters, Howard Goad appeared at the Eallarat City Court on Tuesday in tha foie cf a self- | confessed bigamist. The chirgt against him 1 was that of havinc, on ilarcb 2f), 1911, t'ono through tho form of marriape-with Ada Wallers, sv widow with Ove children, hid lawful wife, Carolino Goad, being at- that time alive. Inspector llartin conductcd tho prosecution, and thy accused, vho was un defended, pleaded guilty. Caroline Goad pave evidence to the effcct that she was married to tho accused at Kil ltiorc on November 30, 1904. They lived to <;etb?r at Kilmore for thrco years, and at Mildura far 18 months. Then he left her, but afterwards returned to lier. However, in 1908, he finally DESERTED HEII. Since that time die had.'.ixot sot eyes upon him until she saw him in court that day. ■ There was one child of the marriage. The i happiness of their married lifo lasted for only two months, when ho assaulted her. The sto...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PESTILENT PARADER POTTED. Six Months' Imprisonment Imposed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

! PESTILENT PARADER POTTED. i Six Months' Imprisonment Imposed. [ Thero was a double-barrelled charge I against Elizabeth Bishop, aged 23 years, I when tho faced Messrs. F. B. Chapman i (chairman), J. ilcMahon, and C. Ottcry, I .Ts.P., at the Fitxroy Court on Monday. I The first charge -was that of importuning J persons passing in a public place. j Albert Ernest Jtoxby, one of the p.c. men. ; 1 said the vroman was one cf the most per , sioicnt imponuners in the vicinity of St. : Vinccnt's Hospital and the old cvclorama. [ Plain-clothes Constable Bartolo Mafferzoni, I who also tendered evidence, gavo Bishop a ; | character that any wemsn should not be ! proud of. j Bishop tried to explain away the position I by alleging that Roxby and 'llaff" had a | set on hT; but her story was not believed ; by the Bench, who, after hearing that she j vras a -vroman -with a past, fined her £5, or I one month. I The second charge, that of vagrancy, was ■ thcri proceeded with, and a sentence of six [...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BLINK McLOSKSY'S PRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

BLINK McLOSKSVS PRIDE. A writer in f.ondon "Evening" Post" tells the following story of how una American boxer pumped hot ulr Into thtf receptive lugs of the reporters after hio return from Kurupe. it may be remark ed that AlcClussfcey hua lost nil eye; henc« the "Blink":— This week I have been favored with a great deal of priceless information from. Gawd's Own Land, commonly culled AmurriUu. tt takes the Mi.tpe of a num ber <»t* press cuttings, arid 1 have been linked to milu the remarks In these and. It possible, verify the statements. Strange. or perhaps It isn't strange, to say, each and every one of the article* and Hiuiemeiits in question concern the two central llgures in buxim; circles on this side of the Atlantic. They are Lord Lonsdale ami .Mr, A. !•'. Bcttinson, tho former of whom provides the beautiful belts emblematic oi thf British cham pionships, while "i'eygy," as .Mr. Bet linsoti Is railed, guides the destinies o£ the greatest dub in the world—tha N.3.C. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
CHILD SLAVES. Exploiting the Orphans. Little Girls Spend Christmas at the Wash Tub. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

CHILD SLAVES. Exploiting the Orphans. Little Girls Spend Christmas at the Wasli Tub. (From "Truth's" Tasmanian Correspondent.) "Suffer littlo children to corno unto rnc," Slid Jcsua just on two thousand years ago. But two thousand ycara of prcacliing havo dono nothing to soften towards littlo child ren tho hearts of Mammon and Plutocracy. Tho rich women of Tasmania like to teach littlo texts frora Christian religion to their own children; but they aro merciless in their Pagan creod towards any little waif which an unforfcunato parentage has thrown into their power. Tho plebeian rich of tho island SUito has one set of ethics for their own gilded offspring, and no cthics at all for tho cluldrca of tho poor. Of course | this attitudo of avaricc and class-hatred is ! usually hidden away, and betrays itself only in pcncrr.l demeanor and in tho priv:>to bcring towards the claims of others. But ju?t recently the hearts of a number of old, I well-to-do Launccston shcmalrs have blazed 1 o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BOBBIE V. BOOKIE. SOME DIRTY LINEN WASHED. Traps Telephone To Trap. A NICE LITTLE GAME TO PLAY. JLLEGAL BETTING RAID. TURF AGENT GETS £500 VERDICT. AGAINST A COPPER. FOR ILLEGALLY RAIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

BOBBIE V. BOOKIE. ' SOME DIRTY LINEN WASHED. Traps Telephone To Trap. A NICE LITTLE GAME TO PLAY. JLLEOAL BETTING RAID. TURF AGENT GETS £500 VERDICT. AGAINST A COPPER. FOR ILLEGALLY RAIDING, ) Writing recently from London, "Sports* wiuiV correspondent says so mo grave issues have come to light in au action for dam ages which a turf ngoni named Daniel Webb brought against Police-Inspector Hamilton. Thu bookmaker brought an action for wrong ful arrest and malicious piosecution against tho Impector. It wii* proved thai the sjarch warrant upon which the police acted applied to u house, No. 17, and wu* eiecutcd at No. 19. und that subsequently a fieri*, without authority, altered it to 19. This was grossly irregular, but the Judge in structed tho jury not to give uubitantia' damages unless they believed tho plaintiff* eonti-ntioii that the evidence witU which the police jiroseeuttuu wus supported was wholly iabricated. Ihe jury awarded £500 dam ages, and they must therefore havo believed...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SALACIOUS RICHMOND SHE. Varies Her Original Accusation. Seeks to Protect the Accused and to Implicate Another Young Man. Caustic Remarks by Prosecuting Officer and Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

SALACIOUS RICHMOND SHE. * Varies Her Original Accusation. Seeks to Protect the Accused and to implicate Another Young Man. Caustic Remarks by Prosecuting Officer and Magistrate. Bj reason of the divergence between thr. sworn ovidenc.j of a girl named Olive Ida Sa.7J.ye, and Uio statement «i:e hud pre* ▼io^aly mado to the police, M'..-»rs St'-a-l and Burgess, Js.P., wetc d:\i<K'd in op.uion ooncemaag the cmh of a your-.> nun Arthur HcnJ.irson, who w-ts chargrd a', the Richmond Court on Wednesday with carnal ly knowing iho girl on or ^bout i'<>hrui.ry 8, 1913. Hen derail, who is 21 years of ij$e, is employed ;us a laborer in the Raiiway I>c parlmcut, and ivca at 9 Harvey-s'.reel, Rich mond, with hi., widowed mother and fi»e yourxjer bro'hers and Kiuors, cf whom lift u the solo support. O.ive Ids Savage, who :s the rrothtr of a oVId bom on November 3, 1015, is I hi: da'.i^h;«T of residents at 2\ Dove-street, South Iti-hn.ond. Inspector K'vgan presented, a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TROUBLE IN TASMANIA. Threatened Strike on Hobart Newspapers. Typographical Union Demands More Money. Labor "Post" Says It Can't Pay. Sta[?]s Give Notice. [By Wire.] [?]ART, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

TROUBLE IN TASMANIA. Threatened Strike on Hobart Newspapers. Typographical Union Demands .Marc .Money. Labor "Post'' Says It Can't Pay. Staili Gi■■ [By Wire.J i : * rl itsmajnaa Correspondent.) • J'AKT, Thursday. An . \.-«u >. cn •• '..la rr.th '.L«« . . y(, . V>,. ' Tyj-w-jn-.j, ui .'ut C » * t^frj.4 : tie 'Mfroury'* and -Da ly Post" ccrtain «<s niands which the proprietors refuse to cod c-.-de. Both st-i-.-s ere rery d'.u'rtuiijvJ o?er the matter, i«nd there an"? all probabilitifi of a sirikc tor .Saturday Diurtiiuy. If ,\ ii de'idvd (in, tlicrv wii.' be no nul> Jic.VJon on Saturday morning, nor until thu trouble has teeu sotiM. The men demand rat 05 vi pay c<iL.-.1 tc t-hosa ruling in Melbourne, but thr.- prupiic tors v.-ilJ iic/t, on ibn r-t'.s 4»:id in li;ii;arat and i*cnd:^o. Th» propi'i-.-iors have offered to abide by the clw»nor. ,J any board o: arbitration, and to make tint de cision retrospective from Ihu date ot l-Uo demands, but Ui« men wiU...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
MAMMOTH MINING MONOPOLY Strangling Tasmania's West Coast. Importing Immigrants Under False Pretences Mount Lyell Company Stretches Out Tentacles. Zechan's Interests Threatened with Absorption. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

MAMMOTH MINING MONOPOLY Strangling Tasmania's West Coast. Importing Immigrants Under False Pretences ftlount Lyeli Company Stretches Out Tentacles. Zeolian'a Interests Threatened with Absorption. (FBOil "IIUJTH'S" TASMAX1AX CORRESPONDENT.) Away in "wild mountains yon find the Mount Lyell Company's mine and *» torm thips which they keep Bomgr or, to b© more accurate, the township* oi *hich the popula tion ttcp tha mines going. They are no ordiEAry mountains which. surround th© •Jarre* ct Quccnstown, Gorraaaston, aa liida Valley. Mountains in Tasmania arc mostly bcautilui; but there is.nethins atoi !L. ™SCcJ rai.se, which u, not drah maddeningly depressing. „■ vo., can, rrcal lulls cnvnomn, lb.- ^"Weow ciWet of kuopi« S«» eve- saw in -.our life. Ita UU* arc plain ■c • , ' ■ T,„ ,,0: a -rccu thinE Btono av.u ear.n. i - . " ... . w:.b:n vcv.v r.l.oln field of vision. >ot o..c le'aVof "vegetation, not 0:1= blade of crass, icUcvcs the deadly sameness of jour .ur rounding. No, a treo Cr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

Do Not Neglect fa if There arc fuvr human ciJmenta r.-fcich create such^isisL-ry as Catarrh. It, pursues 1 everywhere, ihrcntenic^ lironchiti?, Asthma,.: ■Dytpcpsia, Consumption, making you down- '• hearted, ruining ^eur hopes, and wrecking your life. Those offensive discharges fram ; the noB2, the partial lous of hearing, the ire- > imcnt hcadachcs, the constant hawking and j to Uisiodz* the mucous secrctiona, I tlio hoary, tired feeling- when you awake— f these are as ncth:n<r compared with the fact ! that you ere inviting tbe entry of some { *orsc affliction if you ncglcct Catarrh. | It you are afflicted with | Catarrh in auy form, I want j |T -*0U tQ ^ir— ln-' ^a^*ar"a^" v t~ r- Inhalant a FREE TRIAL, it it-— wilfc pjve immediate relief to the inflamed taembranes, clear Tg the head, purify the air as you breathe it, ond cleanse n . . the nasal passages of the ac catarra cumulated mucous. When •writing, Rive your fujl nanio an^ address, and cncloso 3d. w'UllViwio -n...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PRETTY PICTURES. Solicitor Manchester. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

PRETTY PICTURES. Solicitor Manchester. A rii.iiL' i'arr ater ii he. With a.flow.:ti® in. And wp!I lie * 1J plcnd a cuuso for you If you aai»j«i:p tbc tiu. A decent sort, is M.inbr?tcr If you strolio bim down aright; Buj when the wron^ way is Ihe &trok», Then be't toe boy to fight.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Council Clerk Reid. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

Council Clork Kcid. Tliis is Rcid—Pori's council clerk— Who keeps the boo\s and papers, And, sV.to lote, ibrwv^h the ileyor, Chea^Ls lots o: c.'t:c capcrs. Is he th5 power beh cj the Throne? Some folk bjj that h? is, But it don't matter, anyhow, 'Cos well done is the biz.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Solicitor Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

Solicitor Hall. Sirobert liest oiid Mister Firik Are partners of Mister HaU. Who is tho Ii?e vfirc of the firm, And orrr ar bis dicms' call. He'i rather black iu lools, j-ou eay; Well, p'r'n^js he is, bat what of that? He's the chap that you should ptj To «£a % out apaa hi*

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TASMANIAN POLITICS. Probable Election in March. The Judgeship Question. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

TASMAHIAN POLITICS. Probable Election in March. The Judgeship Question. (Proa 'TrraUxV Tasmzalyi Correspondent.) ' The Tasmania Parliament has scampcred j into recess, prayinj to Heaven that nothing j will happen during the next few month* to j revive the inglorious part so many members i o» both political camps played in the by- j election scandal. The las;. days of the ecs- i si^u j'ouad members on both sides fairly i trembling with :car that something unfort- [ seen ini<jkt involve a crisis. But, of course, j when vcu have an Opposition determined, j bv hook or by crook, to ktep a Government , in povrer, you are net likely to get a crisis. j Immediately the House went into rscess, the Government appointed one of the new \ Judges. Acting-Judge Dobbie was givon the : job permanently. There is sure to soon be ! a second vacancy. Chief Justice Dodds has ; been confined to his room for the last four j months. Hia absence from tho bench has j caused s perplexing congestion o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
What Happened in the Kitchen? Farm Laborer and Maid [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

What Happened in the Kitchen ? Farm Laborer and Maid I At the Bcndigo Polico Court on Wednes I day, December 24, a iarrn laborer named j Charles West, aged 32. eppfared before Mr. j J. Hooper, J.P., to answer a charjjo of bar ; in2 attempted to criminally assault Alicc ; Maud Trewarne, a domestic icrvant, at [ Campbell's Forest on the pr-tious Saturday afternoon. Tbo prosecution wss conducted I by Sub-Inspector Drrycr. and the accused, I who denied ^uilt, was defended by ilr. Luke ihirphy. j The prosecutrix stated that she lircd at | Sailor's Ouliy, and had been employed for ! some weeks by Mrs. O'Connor, of Caislpbell's i Forest. On tbe Saturday afternoon ques ; tion &he was engaged iu claaxiin^ t&| stove ' :n the kitchen, when tbe accused CTiteredi I In his band he held a picce of iron and a ■ picoo of rope. She was in a knMlin^ posi J tion, attending to her work. He Beixed ber ; and attempted to tie her wrists with the : rope. Then he tried to commit a more i ssri...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PLIGHT OF A PENNILESS POMMY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 3 January 1914

PLIGHT OF A PENNILESS POMMY. Another assisted immigrant, driven to desperation through want of food and shel ter, has called at the BuaseU-6t. lock-up and hepped to be locked up so that ho could share the food nnd accommodation of the prisoners. The manner in which Victoria, as a field for employment, waa misrepresent ed to this unfortunate man by the Govern ment agents in London is a scandal. Hero we hare the cas? of a man who took a job ! with a cocky at Bacchus Mar3h, and lasted J one day, bccause he tvas incompetent to do ' the work recmir«*d of him. And it is a notori- ! ous fact tint hundreds of battling Urit:fher3 I are tramoing the country r.t the present ! time, failing in many cases to obtain work of any kind, and in numberless other cases proving1 utterly incapable of performing even ! the lightest tasks when they get them to t

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