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DEATH OF MR. GEORGE LODER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

DEATH Or MR. GEORGE LODER. ?.Ir. George Loder, of Tamworth, a put.liiwplritt-J colonist, died at his home. C:irthag»--s:ieet, on -Monday, ugtd 40 •ars. H«' wv.s eldest :-on of George Thorna.- LoJ-1. of Wyllie FUt. Singleton. Ir. Lodvr Jiv-j>vU the- Tumworth District iosjdt.il ihiv::;:li nuuiy »llf!!c;iltles. For S \v.us Jih w\i* cretciry to thy Liverpool 'hilns I'.A. .ir.d H. Association, and uf- | erwurds of the Tarmvorih Association, i ly lejws a widow, one son, and ^even i daughter*. The oil^Jnal George Loder was ; a hot'd-kceper at Windsor In the twenties : and early thirties. He died there In 1S3-1. The Ideal worker ha? been discovered > In lV-tnayU-anlJ. Hv id a mil!.hand. A I year ago he swallowed some 1:1 nil of liquor j i foreigner gavy hl:n, and since then he's 1 been unuhle to sleep. Otherwise he is j in goud health, und does a full day's i work every working day. j

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Mt. Mulligan Miner GETS GOING OUT OF GOODNA. GOVERNMENT GIVES FREE BOATICKET. PRIDMORE'S TRIBUTE TO "TRUTH." [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

Mt. Mulligan Miner GETS GOING OUT OF GOODNA. GOVERNMENT GIVES FREE BOA TICKET. PRIDMORE'S TRIBUTE TO "TRUTH." (From Brisbane "Truth.") On Tuesday last Ml1. Joe Allen, the unfortunate man who wag Injured by a dynamite explosion on the Mount Mulligan railway works, und duly bunged into Goodna Asylum at tlie be hest of some Incomprehensible, re ceived his discharge from that hope less institution, and walked into "Truth" oilice a free man. it may be that he was lucky to have the cham pionship of this journal in his dire ex tremity. Why he should have been recompensed for his severe injuries by DEPORTATION FROM CAIRNS TO C.OODNA in a criminal gang has not been ex plained l»y anybody. The next best thing has been done, find his early ie lease consummated. A free ticket per coastal steamer has been granted by the Government, and Mr. Allen left for the North again on Tuesday after noon. Meantime he Interviewed the Curator of Intestate Estates with re gard . to his claims against the Gov er...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Murder and Suicide. ATROCIOUS CRIME AT ALBION. Palpable Preconceived Procedure. EXTRAORDINARY EPISTLE EVOLVED BY CONCOCTION. HORNE HURLS HIMSELF AND SWEETHEART TO ETERNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

Murder and Suicide. . aTROeiOtIS GRIME aT ALBION? Palpable Preconceived Procedurej ., . EXTRAORDINARY EPISTLE EVOLVED BY CONCOCTION. .HORNE HURLS HIMSELF AND SWEETHEART TQ «-i ETERNITY, ■ ,} *From Brlsbano "Truth.")' Tito flfory 'disclosed by the evidence at the inquiry into the deaths of Elizabeth Florence Johnson, who was murdered at the Albion on January 120, ntid Albert Home, whose dead body was found in Breakfn&t Creek on January 22, revealed the fact that the crime was premedi tated, and that the unhappy roan had left a letter, prepared by himself, to Endeavor to show that the girl had jagreed to die. ' Mr Xeifcon, J.P., held the inquiry on {Tanuurj- 29. Sergeant Bell examined the witnesses. Percy Edgar Smith said that he was ♦ending tn his dining-room at Le Geyt fetrset, about 0.20 p.m., on January i!0. V-vhen he heard Romeone groaning. He Rooked out towards the road, and heard j» female voice crying, "Mother! Mother! I am d^ing! M Witness went on tohU vTrftnt^vernnda...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE NEW GOVERNORGENERAL. SCOTCH LANDLORD POLITICIAN APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

THE NEW GOVERNOR GENERAL. SCOTCH LANDLORD.POLITICIAN APm POINTED. A Scotch landlord-politician, Mr. ilunro Foxguswi.'.iws t«sn appointed- Governor Guzuraljof Australia. , The cables state that 4-it is understock'* tfcat be will be raised to th» petraga.- Prcb ably this "raising to the peerage" of llr. Munro-Fer^uson is intends as a concession to ''democratic" Australia, which, lii;«i equally '"democratic'' America, is supposed to dearly love titles. The London "limes'' says that the nt;y GuVcrnor-Gene-ral has ,%skovu imprest in tlja "Empire," aud thereby demonstrated tha powewioa by him of sound judgment. Is udmits, however, that his experience "cannot bo called wide-."' Apparently, the new Governor-General is nothing but a minor politician. with com* thousands of ucres of k;*& in Scotland, aiul a :e>\de;ic<j in I.cn« don, instead of in .Edinburgh, where i: ought tv be, it lie were a patriotic Scot.. He ha* lived the ordinary ht'mdt-un lite of tin® obedient and...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
DEATH OF DAN'L. Politician—Postmaster-General—Pauper! A Silvery-Voiced Soldier of Fortune. The John Redmond-Curtain Episode—Downing the "Dead Bird" —Payment of Members—Parlez-Vous with Sara Bernhardt—Money in Meat—A Lost Fortune—Maker and Writer of History—Wooing, the Widdy—Patriots Abroad —The Frisco Quake—Chatting the Countess —An Emigrant's Farewell—On Evil Days—A Pauper's Cell. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

DEATH OF DAN'L. Politician—Postmaster-General—Pauperl A Silvery-Voiced Soldier of Fortune. The John Redmond-Curtain Episode—Downing the "Dead Bird" —Payment of Members—Parlez-Vous with Sara Bernhardt— Money in Meat—A Lost Fortune—Maker and Writer of History—Wooing, the Widdy—Patriots Abroad — The Frisco Quake—Chatting the Countess — An Emigrant's Farewell—On Evil Days— A Pauper's CelL (FROM WESTP.ALIAN "TRUTH."J STiere pa«scd awtr lut week-end, in Svd a man who was once & picturesque figure in the political life cf the Mother State—Daniel O'Connor. That be passed away in the poorhouse proves once again the truth of tho stern old tuotto: ^'Nothing succeeds like succcu." Dan O'Connor was born in Tipperary, Ire land, in 1847. His father migrated to Aus tralia, and established himself in business ; in Sydney, as a butcher. The old man had ; a shop or stall in the old George-street Mar t kets, where the Queen Victoria "white | elephant'' now rears its imposing front. , fi'vonevji...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SNARES OF SINFUL SYDNEY. THE MYSTERY OF MAGDALENE. "SISTER" SPINS HER SORROWFUL STORY. SMOTHERING UP SOME SEXUAL SLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

SNARES OF SINFUL . SYDNEY. THE MYSTERY OP MAGDALENE. "SISTER" SPINS HER SORROWFUL STORY. SMOTHERING UP SOME SEXUAL SLIPS. (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) In ''Truth" of. Sunday last,.under the headirig of "Snares of Sinful Sydney," wo drew -attention to a'circular' that invited women who^ had fallen ftcro virtue's path to communicate with "Sister Magdalene," who for a eatih consideration would fill them full of useful information. In her precious cir cular, "Sister Magdaleno," as a sort of bait, states' that she had *been /'a very haughty girl/' but now, thanks to jier acquired valu able ' information, was that brimful of wis* dom' dn.jexual' rpatfert that ■ sh'o .was. just aching "to impart - it-^-for a consKleration—to' other "naughty girls" to whom "something had happened.7.' As "Sister Magdalene" HAD NO COMPUNCTION in firing her red-hot circulars into respectable women who were strangers to her, and to whom, nothing "hud happened," ''Truth" drew the attention of the autho...

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

A TAMWORTH PIONEER. I r« | (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent.) i One of the oldest pioneers of tlie Tam worth district. Mrs. Jane Hull, relict of j John Hull, of llallsvUle, lias died, at the ' n«e of SO years. She was a native of ; Somersetshire, and came to Australia | with her parents when sixteen years of i use. find settled down at Maltland. She ] went to Tatmvorth In 1S78. her husband ' taking up the Hallsvllle Instate. In the It-ally days, h<»fon> th" tailv.*ay, tho daily mnll roach parsed th^tr door at Wiuialda. | and wi the request of the settlers u re ceiving post ulhee was established theie. to he fallowed l»y a post uin.v. raited Hallsvill'S after th«» Halls, i\iio Uopt It for a time. Mrs. Hall h-aves twe-hv children, and a luruw number or grand* . children. IV-iTjj.irs in China ajv- taxed. and have .•ertairi districts allotted to them iri which to makes apn.aU for '.harity. Better than the indiscriminate and peripatetic mendi cancy Australia end-arei*

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RECORDS OF THE RING. AT THE STADIUM. BRADELY BRAVE BATTLE. TWO PUNCHERS SWAP SWINGS. McGoorty's Punishing Powers Nothing Out of the Common. American Respected Pat's Wallop. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

RECORDS OF THE RING. (By "BOXER MAJOR.") TWO PUNCHERS SWAP SWINGS. McGoorty's Punishing Powers Nothing Out of the Common. American Respected Pat's Wallop. j There wan nn immense crowd IriHld* jBiiker'H Sydney Stadium uii Saturday i night, and. fully ten thousand outside ; waiting for the news. ! The contestant's wore the terribly hard hitting Eddie McGoorty. born In Anjc-rtcsT* and Pat;i3rad!ey; the young Irishman, : who only ". ,; v;:.' • HIT AMERICA AND BOIJNCED OFF. The throng was naturally all for Brad ley, because the decent lad has endeared himself to everybody he came In contact with, and had won tho big, wide, public heart by the dainty way he has put so many ' I . - NICE BIG BABIES ' to by-by. . He could not do it on Saturday night, though he save the pally-looking1 Sic-1 Goorty the time of his life, and he'd be the first man'living to own It. In thirty! years' experienced I never saw any man of any ctuss, head-move and elbow-guard more sweetly than did Pat Bradley on! Satu...

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

THE PRELIMINARY. Reglo won the preliminary; a terrifi cally hot ten Touinds in-which Campion was always ffood, but a shade to the Lrui on points. Both were floored durlny tha whirlwind lash; b«t ityjrio was the \ \ quicker and harder hitter.

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

HOT ON THE OLD MAN. ' ,- J> He tvas devoi«?d to his little wlfo. but he always came home half-seas? over, cm this particular nUflit 2m had promised to return sober, but, alas. It was unfulfilled, and he.returned hiccoughing. She was ;i good sort, und put him bed. incpiirin^ It; ho felt any pain. "Yi-p," ha replied, "my-lnc-tumjack ache*." Ilurrfedlv sh»i made a mustard plaster and put it nn. Then he complained of cold feet. and put a bap: of hot «alt round them. Ji« sweated and complained of h»Md'tr);»>. | Sho then placed a nunnd dipped hi vln.»--ar on his fo-ehoad. •'How do you foci now, darting?" she forprivln^lv inquired. ••Just put a little pepper on my broast. i1r.;ir# and 1 5hall feel lik* ;i oruet.'' the brut®

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

DEATH OF "JOE" LOWE. | (From "Truth's" dnoy C'orr.-.-sfjond'-nt.) T»io pr^sc-iil K'-n-of Poll^ visitors l:no*.v not ,|m; Low*: )..ui in , wtui iiOuitttea to prunti.-.. a 'in Syc'ney. hi* n«*W oi o|..>r:i:Jon ?n|u- Uto \Vat°i Court, ulierv Mr. f <>\v«» ' a brief" in all Important ' u-'l mmy woi'c riot important. r\vej>* to ;lh? jurtlos iimnrjl.uoly >:oiic>riii;ii. .\Ir, iLowe w:<s !nr n-irlv tw.-riTy y«-;ir» J.'-'n orary organist 10 Trinity Chutvh r0>t I street. About lUlo.-n y*;irs niro UM— :-h drove him from JhP profusion. li- • j lived for many ywrs !it Msimy. airl ii:«-<• at Nurruboeti on HatunV'v Weck. Tin- .»> >Mi-awn* look. BUc« at ilunly on M.mdiy. * ,

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WHY DID THEY PIE? WALTER HARDY'S "BITTER EXPERIENCE." Didn't Want Son Alan to Have a Similar Trouble. ALAN'S AFFECTION FOR ACTRESSES ALLEGED. Miss Ivy Schilling Interviewed. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

. WHY PIP THEY PIE? WALTER HMTS " BITTER EXPERIENCE." Didn't Want Son Alan to Have a Similar Trouble. ALAN'S AFFECTION FDR ACTRESSES ALLEGED, Miss Ivy Schilling Interviewed. * ^Prom^'TniUi's'* Pydney Correspondent.) Ever sine? the occurrence of the son ]fcitlr.nal and tragic shootinc at the hous*-* pn Bellovuc Hill of Watmr Hardy, muni Ring partner in the firm of Hardy l!r.» thers, the well-known Yicc-Ilvgal jewel lers, <.-f Hnrt^r-s'.rcft. Society. and in fact the r.-hi.-l-? of Sydn*.-y have l»o-^n *a?erly di.scu.-.«ir.r: th*.- detail?. particularly the- inner detail*, of the .-ad affair. Early r-jj Saturday. January Mrs. Walter JIardy' discover-<t the h^dy of ho: ?<">n, V.'ho was only 2\ y nr? ot ru'o. fatally ^ Svoundcu by u revolv* r shot. Direcilv f»fiorwards she discovered th" body < .f /i<:r husband, who was also mortally - tlcular.e. u.r. aceiiced at the inquest las*. Jlor.day week, ure reported In our column?. Mrs. H...

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

DR. CHISHOLM ROSS INTERVIEWED. As* It t.ms thought risht. Sn the int< re-st.s «.»f truth and justice to the living as well as to the d»-ud. that as li'-jht should Le throw:! upon t;ii« mutter a-1 risible. a representative of ••Truth" was d^spauhed to «> Dr. CMsholm Ross. T:jcit tvnilo:nan is at present not in per- • feet health, urul is. in fact, confined to i his ruoni a.t his North Sydney home. He, I titfw-. On the words that he was re ported to havt; saM at the in<\xi?s\ belns repeated to hi:::. J »r. rhlshokn P.o.«.« said that ho did r."t think that h>> visi-0 the word ••bitu-r." As a matter of fact, he was. when giving his evidence, referring only to | THE BUSINESS l.TFE of the late Mr. Welter Hardy, nnd not to' hi* private ;ife. Th«- word ••strenuous" ! wou!d more t.ptlv express his meaninc. 1 whirh wa.« that Mr. Walter Hardy h.ul I worked with .-xcesslve strenuou = ness; I nr. l had. in fa</t, overworked himself. t His »*xperienct? of...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
IVY SCHILLING INTERVIEWED. "WHY, I ONLY SAW HIM TWICE!" [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

IVY SCHILLING INTER- j VIEWED. ' "WHY, I ONLY SAW HIM TWICE!" Pcte-rmlned to probe this thing1 to the bottom, "Truth" came to the conclusion MISS IVY SCHILLING. ? not only that it was v.-ell that the medical practitioner mentioned above should be asked to give an explanation, which is reported above, of the meaning of his evidence, but that :ome of the ladles whose names have befn most commonly mentioned in connection with THE DREADFUL TRAGEDY. should also be interviewed. The fir.=t of these to be .--eon was Miss Ivy Schilling, the lady whose talent us a dancer lias m.ide her so extremely popular in Aus tralia. Tills clever and handsome public Performer was seen at her chamber:? last Thursday evening, and received the re presentative of "Truth"' in a tastefully furnished reception room. On being made aciiuaintod with the fact that rumor \v:u« connecting her name with that of the unfortunate young man who died by the hand of his father. Miss rVhillln;; f\* pr«*s>*od sr.--ut indign...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PEEPING TOMS. Under The Sirens' Dressing-Sheds. A BRACE OF MANLY BEACH BEAUTS. "I'M TOO OLD FOR THAT SORT OF THING." BOTH FINED A FIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

PEEPING TOMS. Under The Sirens' Dressing Sheds. A BRACE OF MANLY BEACH ' BEAUTS. "I'M TOO OLD FOR THAT SORT OF THING." BOTH FINED A FIVER, (From "Truth's" .Sydney Correspondent.) Ii is very evident that seme men cannot see half sufficient of the '•female form di vine" ia the brelkcrs. Down at Manlv of late all shapes and sizes o: the sirens could bo seen sporting m the briny. The more ruodest, t-r rather, the ultra stvlish belles, affect a costume which encases their charms right to their pink tootsie wootsies. Others run to h short skirt. and legs and arrns are bared to the breeze; and then we have the shapely Juno, who revels in the pride of her figure, and strides out in a Canadian ecstume that leaves but very little to the imagination. However, the sight of the Toities and th.; riotsies in the t,urf ap parently bad but little charm for some in dividuals. As Twi Harris, the beach ranger, was strolling along t'other afternoon with bis i*y# particularly pef.led, 'he espied as ancie...

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

ANOTHER ACTRESS INTERVIEWED. Th* rust lady interviews a ir.arrW member <-'f the dramatic profession. Her, name had m-ver before been mentioned • except In connection with her art. Sh* w.is astonished. and evidently indignant w:i~:j s-he heard that rumor had betn ' sqay with her name. "Why," she said. •I i;;.ve i-een practically an Invalid for >«•»!.<. I never anywhere hm from the ' theatre to my hotel, *nd from the hotel : to th<» tneatto. I nare too much to do j t<> r>"co:n* involved In such an affair. ; The two unfortunate men were ; ausolutelt uxknow.v to m:'. I I h.id never se«*n them, and never heard 1 of them until I saw their, names in the j paper. I thought the terrible affair waf I Insanity on the part of the father. 1 ■ knew nothing of any talk ot women In \ connection with It: and certainly had not , ihe faintest ^nowled^ of either or the 1 m*n. I think I; quite unjustifiable to mention my name, for I live a secluded . ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Atkins at Sea. Certain He was Married, But Hazy as to Details. She Broke Her Life Story to Him Gently—Her First Hubby Alive. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

Atkins at Sea. Certain He vaa Married, But Hazy as to Details. Sho Broke Her Life Story to Him Gently—IJor First Hubby AI i vc. * Samuel William Atkins, 40, of Brougham street, North Melbourne, who on March 5, 1MX), went through Ibe ;onn of marriage with Maj-y Wiiliey, or Wallrn1, now aged 4G aud residing at Norwood-place, Newmar ket, petitioned for a dissolution of that roar- • ria^o on the ground of desertion, or, alter natively, for a declaration of in nullity, as the woman had then a husband lirin£. Mr. L. S. Wooif \instructrd by Mr. J. Woolf) appeared for the petitioner. Tho evidence of Charles Watliara, fruit erer, of Launccston, which had been taken ou conuiiissiou, wns lo the elTcct that his undo, Wil'iain Wither, hid, in 1886, mar ried Mary Wallace, the respondent iu tho present suit. Neither party could read or write, nud both affixed tho'r marks to th.^ marriage certificate. In 1837, his uncle cleared out from his vrifo on account of her b»b;ts, and, with the connivance o...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SQUATTER OATLEY IN THE DOCK. CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER. Motor Collision with a Cyclist. DIRECT CONFLICT OF EVIDENCE. Accused Attributes Sole Blame to Victim of Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 14 February 1914

SQUATTER OATLEY IN THE DOCK. CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER. Motor Collision with a Cyclist. DIRECT CONFLICT OF EVIDENCE. Accused Attributes Sole Blame to Victim of Accident. Tall, "wclUdrc&aed, Iub hair bruhcd tctarcly back from Lis forehead, but carrying him self awkwardly, in a manner that bespoke the bush rather than the drawing-room, Frederick Dudley Wcodon Oatlcy stood iu tho dock at tho Court of General Sessions,   before Judge Kaglr&on, on Tucslay, charged   with tho manslaughter of (iordon Campbell   Mureb oji the Sydney-road, near bonny.   brook, on December 21, 1913. Oatlcy, who   pleaded not guilty, is a Kjunttar, owning   Eumeralla Station, si tin tod about 13 milcj ' from Coorna, New South Wales. The case evoked consi:!cr:»b.o interest amongst fashion able folk, who pervaded the court during the hearing. Mr. C. J. Z. Woiuarski, K.C., prosecuted for tho Crown, and accused was dofenl...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Denman Skies the Rubber Stamp. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

Denmari Skies the Rubber Stamp. Ulf, PROLOGUE. Denmnn. by T-ibor'liked, esteemed, respected, and ndmired, Despising "Cook the Crook,'' -hag skied the rubber and retired. * ""PRELUDE, - - -- Her* Coolf, "Fat" Forrest, "Icy" Irvine see s '" Brewing "Hell's Broth," like Macbeth's witches three;' And crying loud, in foolish, fatuous glee, "Give us Barrabas, rather than Lord D." Cronk Cook, who thinks no man as he so wise is. Chuckles now Dcnroan's gcn<», and thus soliloquises:' "Thank Heaven, he's pone! Such men as he Are not tho tools to suit a scab like me: He is no friend of mine—he never was— But one who always leaned to Labor's cause;' Looked at the shady tricks T tried, askance, And when I piped, point-blank refused to dance: Listened to "Andy" with attentive ear. But questioned much the course I sought to.steer: With hauteur watched me "play my little game," And scorned me with two eyes of living flame; What have I done that I should he Snubbed in such fashion by His E...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Boggo-road Bastille. A Rebel's Reminiscences. HE ASKED FOR "MORE," AND GOT 'MOORE." HOME SECRETARY SHYS AT SOCIALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

Boggo't-oad Bastille. '9 PL Rebel's Reminiscences. - HE ASKED FOR "MORE," AND GOT 'MOORE " '< HOME SECRETARY SHYS AT SOCIALISTS. / (From Brisbane "Truth.")' Ac bur renders tvIH know, endeavors have recently been made by Socialists to call public attention to the absurd ■ prejudice and wowseristic bias of Com missioner Cahill in allowing so-called religious hod in* to «peak in the streets of Rrisbanr on Sunday*, while denying that right to Socialists. Like Humble of old, when Oliver Twist asked for more, the locnl magistracy is highly indignant nn*l shor-k"d that Socialists should have (he astounding audacity nnd presump tion to ask for morn freedom of speech. Sentences nf imprisonment, ranging up to two montlf«. have been inflicted, and every effort put forth to squash the spirited endeavor* of the .Socialist pa»iy. In commencing to serve a sentence of «ix weeks 'imprisonment, our "Free Speech" contributor was conveyed in Ri» Majesty's rhariot to the dreary looking establ...

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