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TURF TATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

TURF TATTLE. ! CaulSeld to-day. ! Ascot on Monday. I Sale on Thursday. ' Mconee on Wednesday. Winchelsea cn Tuesday. Baltarat Miners' on Friday. Trotting-at Richmond on Thursday. The St. George Stakes should bo a highly interesting race. ■ ■ The Hobiri Oip winner Delphic returned to Flemington on Wednesday. The Sydney jockey J. E. Pike will ride Aleconner in al' b:3 engagements. The Plate at Williamstown "rcas rua in 2£scc. faster time than the Purse. Thero has been plenty to interest in the doings ou the training track* this weok. At CauiSeld, W. Woods ha? put into work & 3-year-old bay gelding by Bcbadii—Cissy. The WaJlaco gelding Scotland's Hero is now a member of E. Grace's team at Caul lield. Ca-gou's half-sister Budas ran Tery gamely in the Two-Year-Old Handicap at Wil.iamf town. 9 Lacus, who looks ttcII after a j'ex weeks' let-up, has a^aiu been placcd in regular work by K. Bradfield. ! Though Lundoyne missed a place in the j Welter Purse at Williamstown, she ran well...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SALACIOUS SHE'S STORY. CHARGES A CHAP WITH CONCUPISCENCE, And Says It was Connived at by His Sister. ALLEGATIONS OF ABDUCTION ANSWERED, A Girl's Awful Mental and Physical Depravity. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

CHARGES A GHAP WITH C8NCUPISGENCE, And Says It was Connived at by His Sister. ALLEGATIONS OF ABDUCTION ANSWERED, A Girl's Awful Mental and Physical Depravity. (FROM "TRUTH'S" SYDNEr CORRESPONDENT.) Very Fpldom has n yirl in her early teens shown such depravity, both mental and physical, a» ihet of a girl at whose instance n. youth was churned with abduction nt the Quarter Sessions, on Tuesday last, buforo Jiu)jje Barkhoino <tnd jury. Walter Alfred Nieholls was the principal in tlw cas<», and the charge ho had to face waa "that, on Novf.-isibvr ?, lit? did tuke away a female under the pkv vf 21, Mary Catherine Smith, who wan 10 yeaxa uud live months, with inU-nt to cumuli; know her." l!r. Boviih ptoiceutcd for the Croxyn, and the nrc-tiscd wui defujdul by Mr. t. K. Abi-u.:. j Constable O'lhiui, of KanUwiek, said that , WALTER ALFRED X1CII0LLS. on December 2, in coiiscqumcc of certain convoraotions he heard. lie went to the bush off llcnnehaiiip-road, cud saw Nic...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TREASURE TROVE. STORY OF A BRAVE SHIP'S FATE. The Gold=Laden General Grant DEEP IN A CAVERN AT THE AUCKLAND ISLES. Last Survivor's Death Recalled. Another Attempt To Be Made To Recover Dead Man's Gold. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

TREASURE TROVE. STORY OF A BRAVE SHIP'S FATE. The GoId=Laden General Grant DEEP IN A CAVERN AT THE AUCKLAND ISLES. Last Survivor's Death Recalled. Another Attempt To Be M ade To Recover Dead Man's Gold. The new* received by cable during j wfci-Jc, stating tbat another attempt is be made to rcc^vcr the lest lic-asme u tlu wreck of the bhip General Gr; awakens fresh interest in the story of t txjo»t unfortunate ship, and brings to n: the pushing away, nearly live yvurs ago his home in Woolioomuoh-o. <>f William Murdoch Sunguiiv. ih:- 1;>st U' ihe few v< oeapci when tlie General Grunt dimppe a b.g Jump i built at Mail l-W. rilie s; .ated steamer Lonuon, in the Hay cf Bis cuy, wns the ta:k of the town; and us chance had it, the cargo which had been ^ ri'.e .muIut iiK tor the return voyage °f tlie Ui, .\i.»y 4,°ltoo, she lea tlie v.jn«if at! M-Uxi.une hound for London, having be- ] .cw hatrhe* a valuable c.ngo of wool, be-; sides sjiuaer, copper, and gold to t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"THE PEOPLE'S NEWS. PAPER." DR. HODGE'S APPRECIATION OF "TRUTH." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

" THE PEOPLE'S NEWS PAPER." DR. HODGE'S APPRECIATION OF I "TRUTH." It will br? remembered that during the vaccination controversy, we published some letters from Mr. James A. Sproule, a visitor from tin? United States then .staying in Sydney. Mr. ?*proulf» Rent I copies of the papeis containing his letters. ! together with copies of the issues Jn whUh we dealt with the alleged smJipox epl* detnic ourselves, to tin? wMl-known Ameri can medical raun. Dr. J. \\\ Hu«!g»\ whose j interesting; article in Elbert Hubbard's j "Era." dealing with the failure of Va<> 'clnatlun In Japan, we re-published. Mr. • Spvoulu has now received the following ; letter from Dr. Hodge, expressing his ap • prc-clatlon of the "People'3 newspaper, ! 'Truth* Nlagtra Falls, N.Y., j i November 11, 1913. ! ! Mr. James A. Sproule. 1 I My dear Mr. Sproule.—I write to nc- ( / knowledge receipt of your welcome and! j interesting favor of the 10t!i ult., and [ enclosure of newspaper .limpings from i "Trut...

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

Why Should a Farraafy Sewing i^lachirae Cost ;B14 10sa? THIS IS A MATTER FOR THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE'S SERIOUS CONSIDERATION. cu-inK mnchi ©SWING MACHINES are,produced In countries where labor ar.d r iterials are considerably cheaper than in Australia. No st. in Australiu, though some Import cheap-mado machinos under patriotic Australian nam m hones to n--!:o tho jx^ple Ik-Iio department storo machines or any other machine t' at will rot thow ita far'nry namo and trado make. There is no duty on so win; a Drophead maohine no matter what name or make, does not oost moro than one-third of £11 lCi. Why : aro the- so doaj ? of selling or diatribution is too high. js aro made o of ch^ap machines. To produco Tho reason in tho coit BROWN, late Singer, Manager, let tho cat cut of the bag when ho stated that:—''The actual cost valuo of a maohine sold in Australia for £14 10s. would not be ovor £2 10s., and was invoiced to Australia for £3 10b. See tho following clipping taken from "Tho Adver ti...

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

NEWS A .NO iSUTcS. Waldemar Holbcrg has sailed for America. Ray Brousoti 8Jid Picato clash at Brisbane j on Saturday week, Herb McCoy is to meet Milbum Saylor at j Sydney on March 7. •Tohnny Summers and Tom McCormick will engage in their return match at tie Sydney S.adium oa Saturday rJ^ht. Charlie Simpson will probably show Syd ueyiu-.s Mine of h s improved style sooa in a match with Frank Fitzjobu. Vic McDonald, who has just returned from | Amcrica, has designs ou the State's middle weight charnp onship, and will meet the holder, Biil Carrie, at the M.A.P. at an early I date, probably on Monday week. AJ TJppc took the first train back to Syd- ! ney after see nj Nat Williams successfully through his inifial engagement. Williams trill I remain in Melbourne for a while, but his j manager has other members of the family to . look after elsewhere. ; * * •> ; Sid Mos3, Alf Goodwin's English light- - weight protege, who has bad an unbeaten record in Australia, so far, will figure in t...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
BEATEN BY A BOXER. McCoy's Triumphal March Checked, Nat Williams's Meritorious Win. Practically an Unknown Quantity, the Englishman Makes Good. Resourceful, Clever Boxer; "Will be a Second Griflo," Says Manager Lippe. Verdict Correct, But Unpopular. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

BEATEN BY A BOXER. McCoy's Triumphal March Checked, Nat Williams's Meritorious Win. Practically an Unknown Quantity, the Englishman MakeaGood. Resourceful, Clever Boxer; "Will be a Second Griilu," bays Manager Lippe. Verdict Correct, But Unpopular. Popular as Herb McCoy haB always been in Melbourne, hia wins over Matt Wells) Pal Brown, and Harry Sione raised hlia many degrees higher in the public estimation, and with tho totting at 3 to 1 and 4 to 1 on McCoy on Saturday night, many seemed to regard Nat Williams, the lightweight.cham pion of the North of England, much in tho light of a lamb being led to the slaughter, ilut the lamb turned out to be a very healthy, wiry ram, that, refusing to bo slaughtered, was eventually adjudged to have bested his would-be captor- If McC-oy show ed us of hit best on Saturday night, then many Melbourne fight faus want to know I how he managed to beat the tJbroe visiting , top-no:chers. Williams, h. vng never met I these men, had never beaten them, a...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
"Ought to be in Gaol." The Chief Justice Indignant. Wife Deserted After Three Weeks. Prostitution Suggested by Husband [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

"Ought to be in Gaol." I ho Chief Justice Tndi^jnant. Wife Deserted After Threo Weeks. Prostitution Sirj^cstixl bv Husband "Go on the town ami brinj; gome home," i was the reply yiveu hv a bill.posfpr nnmrd I'atrick Willium McLeod to ht-i Ihree weeks' bri lc sho asked him for some jnoney. Florence Alice Mary MeLeod, to whop) this ' atrocious command was given, who is now j 27 years of ago, and who for some years prist ; has been employed aa a domestic tervant at | the Salvation ArmV homo in Little Lonsdale- i street, asked to be freed from the tie that j bound her to the aforesaid Patrick William, ; on the grouxid of desertion. Mr. \V. T. G. • K^ly app<:u<Ml for <h<* petitionrr. | The parties were married on September 5, 1905, and lived for three weeks nt North Melbourne. Then respondent told his wife, who was approaching her confinement, that she would have to work for her tucker, and < Co out on the streets and bring home pome...

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

CAFE CANTONS ri'iiosi: '.scoj, lf.S to 10» SH'AN'STON STUliKT. The ProjineiOM to noufv iho I'uMia that —t'ooii, C.jiii>n>, VViti'fi, :?nirin, flc.—will tx ot liie hUhtm »uri Lr-1, a:t I will inciiule tin Ute-t •••Iclicwciei, boi.li ('outincnial ati l OrieriUl. Uiiinen to orier in' any form Afternoon T«a. Tliextrt i\irtie»»i>eui»Uy entered for, th« KJtcbeii <i«*u Inspection at X&.Y Hour.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Over Their Child's Corpse. Ah Oath That Was-Broken the Same [?] Wife's Tou[?] Tale of a Drunnen [?]reet. Young Marred [?] Sleep on Office Floor. A Problem Yet to be Solved. Starvation and Want in W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

Over Their Child's Corpse. Ah Oath That Waj.-13roke»^ho Same - • \ Wife's Tcm&Wn'' Talo o£ a DruMon '■ •< :J Young Mari^S|W^^ciile6p^gi(^Oflice Starvation and Want in W. A. A Problem Yet to be Solved. Grace Rachel Black,.33, of tho Victoria .CoITeo I'alace, Collins-street, city, who nought a dissolution of her uurriacc with Ilector Norman Black, 35, tca-taHter, on tbo grounds 0f habitual druokenne«« and boiru? left without means of support, told a touching tale. She had, sho said. be.?n ruarritd at Sydr ney on November 25, 1805. Four children had been born, but the second and the fourth had died. Those remaining, two | girls, wore 13J and 10 years of ope. Tie- j spondent had boon in tho habit of drink- i itig, but aft«r marriage, instead of irnprov- i ing, he becamo worst. Th"V carne to'Mel- : bourne from Sydnoy in 1902, but <.-vory- ; where thoy wont they had to leave in d^bt j owin- to respondent's i'nfenipernnec. While in Sydncv, thoy h'd had for thr...

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

! ONLY ONE MAN TO PAY. | Have you madu up for lost time yet? j Don't you find that now everyoue is I back at work, you still have u few j debts wori'yin? you? Would it not | bo hotter for you to pay these srnail | debts, and only have ooo man to pay a few shillings each week? MY ASSISTANCE WILL HELP YOU To do ibis. Tiemc-mlivr, h is my business. I hare helped hundreds of others, and 1 will help you. Ladies can be assured of every considera tion, courtesy, attention, and * friend in need. A GUARANTEE OF PRIVACY. Thr« is whai you desire! It is ♦.ho al'-iinportunt thiiijj! Well, this is what it means when y.">u come to me for assistance. 1 cuarautee you that.. That all business is transacted with th-i utmost secrecy. S. J. MITCHELL 58 Queen St., Melbourne (Two Doors from Collins Street). Onea Friday till 8 p_ra. THIS NEAT VILLA, Built bv 11- «.vitli miller'S PATENT WKaTHERED IKON, ONLY £oC0. We »!?o Eu.i<i t,> war Order cottac.es, VILLAS, Any Size or lV^i^n. Uriel; or ...

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 — 14 February 1914

Weights, Entries, &c. Racing Calendar, TrnpTT\PV 14. V.A.T.C. Jlacfs. IG. Ascot Itaccs. 15. Moonce Vallev P.accs. U. V.A.T.C. Races.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
V.A.T.C. MEETING. Programme of Events. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

V.A.T.R. MEETING. Programme oi Events. Tho following is {ho prorr.unn: (o bo decided at Cr.uhi'-id this afternoon • — WAHUKiX HUiiDLK Two Mi:o$ :sr• i c; Yzr 10 i Wormwood r'iJe£o..V !1! Maharajah Audesino Adorn Kayston Lindean ... ... Rantyga Trusty Servant SoTen Bells Moolaru: ... !.. s n Lancretto . G 9 Burrabadeen ... 8 n Boytah 6 9 Don Solvo ... T.ancer Plum? 6 9 Leucops Veronal 6 7 Procyon ... 7 ;3 BOXD CUP. Oi ce liile a rA a Half. The Parisian ... 9 7 Mint Sauce ... 7 1 Sea Prince ... 9 5 Meucriia 6 11 "Wassail ... 8 15 Indiscreet 6 11 lord Alwyno 8 15 Breastwork ... 6 7 •Atora ... 8 9 Golden Goblet 6 7 Wallalo ... 8 9 Merirus 6 7 Prizefighter ... H 5 Uxbrideo G 7 Obi 8 1 Via 6 7 Oladwyn ... ... 7 11 Lord Grrv 6 7 liiabolo... ... ... 7 11 Winga.-ara 6 7 St. Vano ... ... 7 11 Coronatus... ... 5 7 Effervescence ... 7 11 OAKLKIGH PLATE. Five Furlongs ; and a Half. Popinjay ... ... 9 9 Quair Burn ... 7 11 >»*uwara Eiiy a 9 3 Happy Lady ... 7 11 .Aleconner... ... 8 11 Four Flu...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A WHITE EXODUS. Cosmopolitan Capital's Colored Cohorts., [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

A WHITE EXODUS. Cosmopolitan Capital's Colored Cohorts, • (FROM- • TRUTH'S" SYDNEY CORRESPONDENT.) The cablegrams from Soui'i Africa re-1 cently contained news of a remarkable j exodus from .South Africa. While working i people, we have been told, have been loav- ; ing for Kurope and Australia in jireat ! numbers. Consequently, there is tern- j porary pleasure on the part of Fat and j his colored cohorts. There is. Indeed, | jubilation; for the white worker does not • knuckle down" in the fashion of the 1 colored men beloved by the Cosmopolitan j 'capitalists of South At'ricJ. The.®*1 Yiddish , Kentlemen are of opinion that the methods . of whit*» working men are "minlns the ! country." 12o cause those philanthropic ! Hebrews are not able to scatter am«'nj-' ! their female favorites a? many diamonds as they would b.-> ible to scatter If tliey paid lower wages to the white sons of toil, evervthlng Ls, they Inform us, simply scandalous. However, t>:e white men are leaving the co...

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

30-YEARS-OLD ECZEMA. i SKIN LIKE RAW MEAT. j SPLENDID CURE BY ZAM-BUK. Telling how %jm-Buk proved equal to curing Kozeina that fur Si- year a had defied doctors and ull other treatment. Mr. L>ix, , of 44 l.ower-street, Leederville, Perth, ; W.A.. says:— ; "For thirty years 1 suffered fearful pain ; and misery from an outbreak of burning, itching eczema, round the Joint of my I right knpe. The constant Irritation was t intolerable, and as L.couIdn't help scratch . ing. the disease gradually got worse and ; worse. Many a time I have scratched j until the blood has run down my fingers. ( i and the skin looked Just like a piece of j : "Alt my efforts to find a cure were fruitless, and I had doctor*' treatment in Adelaide, Broken Hill, and Victoria. I had Just about lost all hope of ever being free of the awful disease, when a friend gave ine a rot of Zarn-Kuk "I really used it to please him, but the applications brought such relief that I sdon tent for another pot from the chemist. I...

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

" BREAK, BREAK. BREAK." (With the usual apologies.) ; Tii'1 vandals evidently started out from ; Newtown, and after smashing a v.-indow ■ in Mlssenden-road, followed a track to j Tsa^is^r-sU'eei, and from ther<: to RaU i way Terrace, Letvlsharn. On the way I they are credited with having smashed j the globes of IT street lamps. At Lewis* j ham they broke a hotel door, a window, ; and a gia« advertisement sign. Stone* ; were found littered along the route taken by the "destroyers.News item. Break, break, break, With thy cold grey rocks, or push, Break, break, break— J Then break for the sheltering bush— And the cops come out on the trail, j From some haven of peace and re*t. And It's on for a clutch of the %'anished bloke* j That have travelled towards the west, j Break, break, break, j 01:, wasn't it rare old fun, " * | Break, break, break, * • Till the rising of the sun. With bottles that once held beer. We mowed the gas-lamps down. And tlie crash of glass was sweet to h...

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

The Knylish Huckry Association lias ; postpone! t!:»f Id«-a o' sending a te^/n out j tu tour .Maorlland, allegedly because a : strung 1-jt of payers couldn't be got to- j sc-ther. 1'Jawdclp any such louring team which :iuy < runklly decide to tour this ; r.'om:norr.v*-ykh. The old S'.hool-yard £jin<? ; lias bffw «-rjtl!.,'ly to sshort-.skirt- • iluppir.^ t'lrl^ns, and put>ll\r displays uf it .vunldfj'i draw two bob. The flappers of i Holy Adelaide and Melbourne, and the j suburbs ol thosd cities, ar« crazy ovor j jocJttr, *oi provide Xn» Uff-»h©?»'# galer»,.[

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

6fj yy cc O'Cd^nf O^ y<zuB. ^ I'ZuJ&aJuuf iObifot- ^/HitiucaJy« tffiirfcL Yicrtv- cnv~jS<i£e^ ^ei^&t^^Kje^~i

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TAKE ME BACK TO BENDIGO. MORE GIRLS GONE. THREE LOST FROM BENDIGO. —Newspaper heading. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

TAKE ME BACK TO BENDIGO. MORE GIRLS GONE. THREE LOST FROM BENDIGO. —Newspaper heading. I'm Eolntr far away from mother dear, And 1 rion'l kn£>\v where it's to. For a handsome stranger came to in*, And he said. "Miss, how-de-yer do! Would you like a Job in a private bar, Or a ride maybe Jn a motor car; Do you think that L'tah is too far?— If it is I'll raise your screw." Chorus— Take me back, oh! kindly lake me back. Back once again to Bendigo; Where the men are digging up the streets aiUdav, In the- ivwn that 1 lov* so: And I'll have u time, oh! quite a Jolly time. With the dear old pals I know. Tinkle, tinkle, tinkle, ting. 1 can hear the church bells ilm;: Please take me back to Bendigo. I am very demure, of thai I'm sur*. And Viu likewise very young: And there iMi't a doubt 1 was not cut out As a wife for Brigham Young. I don't want to roam,.and ! must go home. And I want no cars nor "dough," Cvit I want to so»- dear old Mum agaiu. And the boys <>f lUtidigo. Chur...

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