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LUST AND LIFE. PARSONICAL PRECEPTS PILLORIED. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

LUST AND LIFE. PAESONICAL PRECEPTS PILLORIED. Tho evolution of language is for tlic I most part duo to colloquialisms, and tho | nature of tho evolved colloquialisms is necessarily in conformity with commu nal environment. * * * i That being so, it is 'not sur prising that words such as "lusty"— tho truo synonyms of which aro merry, pay, cheerful, joyous, pleasant of ns pect, handsome, or beautiful—should bo colloquialised by killjoy environ ment into sensual, fleshy, carnal, licen tious, lewd, unchaste, impure, libidin ous or lecherous. \ Tho lean lank finger of purUutuam, which has dominated ' tho world for ages, has left its impress on tho lan guage of the world; and pietistical per version takes a perennial pleasure m holding up "lust" as something to be shunned and abhorred—as a violent and degrading passion or a most sinful desire. i As a fact, a lustless person is a apirit lc.ss creaturo without vigor, without pleasure, and without joy, in contra distinction to tho lusty pers...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
SMELBOURNE'S SLUMS. THE CASE OF THE LANDLORD. "Society Lady" Owns Hovels. CITY COUNCILLOR'S AVENUE. Chows and Prostitutes. Dens of Latrobe and Little Lonsdale Streets—Half-Naked Pagan Furniture Makers—Street-Walkers' "Paradise"—Rooks, Crooks, and Bludgers—Girl Cigarette Fiends—How to Transform Spring Street. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

» ^MELBOURNE'S SLUMS. \ . • THE CASE OF THE LANDLORD. "Society Lady" Owns Hovels. CITY COUNCILLOR'S AVENUE. Cbows and Prostitutes. Dens of Latrobe and Little Lonsdale Streets—Half-Naked Pagan Furniture Makers—Street-Walkers' "Paradise"—Rooks, Crooks, and Bludgers—Girl Cigarette Fiends How to Transform Spring Street. A cable In lust week's penny press told us that a Mrs. Bulgtrode, a well* known woiuau traveller, who recently traversed Mongolia in a caravan, states that the prisons of Urya, the capital f.itv, arc dungeons, containing a num* her of Chinese. She declares that tho prisoners aro shut up for life in heavy iron-bound enfiins, which do not per mit of their sitting upright or lying down. They ace daylight only for a few minutes daily, when their food is thrown into the coffins through a hole 4 inches by 5 inches. You do not have to go to Mongolia to eco atrocities and' tortures. Tho Chinese* are adepts in this lino. During tho writer's three year?* in China, he saw some horr...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A HORRIBLE CHARGE. INDIAN HAWKER AND BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

S A HORRIBLE CHARGE. INDIAN HAWKEB AND BOY. I Aral Mahomet Khan, who Las bwn car- ; ryin£ on the business of hawkics in th«* Lake Charm distcict for about 20 years, app^irvd at the Ik-ndizo Supreme Court on , TucVuay, before Mr. Justice Hodges, on a , charge (if hv.''n? on December •*. 1913, com roictcd an unnarural offence on a boy of 15, uaincd .James Frederick Mutton. Mr. (5. A. Maxwell, instructed by Ifr. Myles O'Brien, of Keran#. a-ppeared for the accused, who pleaded not Tuilty. Thy cai® 1 lo- tb(» Crovrn was conducted by Mr. G. A. j Ourncr. { Tho lad Mution stated that he was living i at Mr. McKenzVs farm at Lake Charm. I The accused paid T>er'odicaI visits to the • farm. He cam*.' there on December 4. and : sold some articles to witness. Accused "t : the time was near the cowshed. He becicn td to witness, who went to h:m. f*nd an AN OFFENCE WAS COMMITTED. The Indian, when taxed with the otlence by Mr, McKenrio, denied havj»s committed it. .Muttou, cros«-e.\ miineJ by Mr. ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
RUCTIONS AT "ROSEBANK." COMMISSION AGENT'S CAPERS. George Farrar is Forgiven. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

RUCTIONS AT "ROSEBANK." COMMISSION AGENT'S CAP EES. George Panit la Porgiven. After beiuj; on remand for a week'* medi cal treatment at the expense of the GoT«Jn» j ment, George Frederick Farrar, comui.5Sion I ajent aud property owner, a re<udenr of ; * Udsebank." K...s: Melbourne, appeared at rh^» Col!ii«;wcod Court on Monday, iik^j a 1 '*iant refreshed, when the charge of baring *• a*?auUed his wife wan resumed. i Ann:? Farrar, a person of superior appear ' auce, slopped on to the witness £umd and i immediately expressed her desire to witb . dnw everything said and unsaid against her ' ku*band. Sergeant Tayor: Did your husband ass&uit you on the 7th inst.? : Witness: I simply wish to withdraw. .Sergeant Taylor: Anybov. rjan had i BEEN DTUNKIN'G v HIT j ' before being arrested. I ; Chairman Coupon: 1 c-rything I is alright now, and complaii. .u. L- <auifitU. ' j Is that so? I j WilnMj: It i.. | 1 Chairman Coul«on (to F*r-:»ri. V.-k here, I ! I would ad...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
NAUGHTY NELLY. BELTED BY HER BLUDGER. Frolicsome Female Fined a Fiver. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

NAUGHTY NELLY. BELTED BY HEB BLUDGEB. . Frolicsome Female Fined a Fiver, j I At the Fitzroy Court on Monday, a bulky ana saucy young female named Nelly Ren- I wick appeared iu a costffuio of while b^ford i a bench oi justices presided over by Mr. J. J llcMabon, the charge preferred against her being that of having used obscene language. Miss Renwick. a woman w.th a past, pleaded to-T much booze as an excuse for the slight slip of her tongue. j Constable R. G. Moss said chat ou Satur day night, when about 500 yards away from the corner of Webb and Little N;»pier streets, j lie heard a terrible uproar. On arriving at th* spot mentioned, he found Renwick in tb<5 j middle of the road, surrounded by a mob of men, women, and children, using some dis gusting language. 1 Tho Cha rrnan (after perus:ng a written samplo of the lauguage): Yes; it is pretty bad. Had she any explanation to offer? Witness: When I spoko to her, sne said, '"If you had b^en knocked about by vour bludger yo...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE "DEAR" LITTLE TRAIN EES. The State's White Elephant and Its Keeper. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

THE "DEAR" LITTLE TRAIN EES. The State's White Elephant and Its Keeper.

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

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Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
THE MARTYRDOM OF MUCK. SEMPLE: SMASHED STRIKE SKITER. A Bejewelled Bunkumite. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

THE MARTYRDOM OF MUCK. SEMPLE: SMASHED STRIKE SKITEfi. A Bejewelled Bunkumite. (By GRANT HERVEY,) t lurougliout the British-speaking worm just now, thero is a boom in martyrdom— cheap martyrdom, that is, in wiiich the pain Is as short as pottaiblo, and from which the effervescing, Joud, and noisy martyr expcctB ami docs hii duonedest to extract the prolit in this world, instead of the ncxl. Typical or' these cheap, time-payment martyrs nre Carson's North-of-lrclond dieharda, who ere frothing at tho jaw-hole from tho dirty ditches of Derry to Manchester's ugly auti Irish. Ghetto and Auceats' and Bradford's reeking slums. Vet other specimens are to be seen in England's shciekt'ul suffragettes. To these martyrdom comcs easy, simply at tho cost of a free spit in a policeman's tucc; to be rewarded in the British papers witii a burst of Pankhurstian tame; whilst martyr dom in South Africa, whore a push of notoriety-seeking trades-union maflickers secured tho pomp and glory of deportation ...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POLICE v. PEOPLE. HOW CONVICTIONS ARE SECURED. Lambasting the Coal Lumpers. DRIVING REFORMED MEN TO CRIME. STRANGE SIDELIGHTS IN THE BROWN CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

POLICE v. PEOPLE. HOW CONVICTIONS ABE SECURED. Lambasting' tho Coal Lumpers. _ DRIVING REFORMED MEN TO CRIME.' , 8TRANGE SIDELIGHTS IN THE BROWN CASE. (From "Truth's" Sydney Correspondent)' Two men recently-hod their names taken! for playing "two-up" on the Randwick raco-| cours^. Before Mr. Barnett, S.8L, one man j was scnUmced to threo months, aiid tho other, Kdward Brown, to six weeks. They both appealed against the sentences. In tho case of one, he was bound over to come up for sentence when called upon. In tho1 case of Brown the charge was upheld, and I ho is now doing his time. Aronnd Brown's! case are somo strange sidelights which go to: show the tactics and means members ot the police force will resort to in order to got a j conviction. I u'^nJvVfl n0 Pr^v'oos convictions against him. hnt a constable, in making a statement again*! him; stated he associated with CONVICTKD TH3KVKS and gamblers. The solicitor for the accused ; asked the constable to name one convicted, person h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
QUITE AN UNNECESSARY PROCEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

QUITE AN UNNECESSARY PROCEEDING. (T'"rom "Troth's" Sydney Correspondent.) Mrs. T)r»cre Fox read the letter at a ! meeting of the union, and it was received •.vith scornful laughter and exclamations of resentment, while the ."»uiTrngettes pre sent derided to invite the Bishop to at tend a certain hall ne*t Monday and he forcibly fed before an audience of the militant- women.—Suffragette censure on letter from the Bishop of London In con nection with the forcible feeding nf suf fragettes In Ilolloway Gaol. Pile Pellon on old Ossa, All the lilies paint— Olid glorious Golconda, And re»cnnonize each Saint. Here is the greatest paradox EVr sunt; or said. A Bishop, prithee, must By force.be fed. - • Did you ne'er see his Gracc Sit down to dine; Observe the changc of dishes, And the wine? Right through full fourteen Courses doth he go, In manner ponderous, Determined. Blow. From the hors d'oeuvrrs And oysters to the soup. Thence to the entrees— Taking oil the croup— With good fat capon, Gro...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
POLICE SCANDALS. FURTHER RESIGNATIONS. TEN MARKED MEN. GANGS FOR BEEF TRUST WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

POLICE SCANDALS. FURTHER RESIGNATIONS. TEN MARKED MEN. GANGS FOR BEEF TRUST WORKS. I (From Brisbane "Truth")' In a recent issn« "Truth" lafd bar/* the result of a scandalous 'police in quiry at Petrie-terrace depot, resulting in the enforced resignations of two policemen and the voluntary resigna tions i»j a number of others. A fore cast was made to the effect that 10 bobbles who appeared a.« witnesses for the defence on that occasion would llnd themselves, in the near future, hunted and harried to the four corn ers of Queensiand—it' they would stand such treatment, or, preferably, LIE DOWN TO IT. So far the prophesy has materialised, inasmuch as Constables Slusher and Moore, who were witnesses, have found it convenient to cast their brass buttoned uniforms at the feet of Com missioner Cahlll. Th" former officer, who has two years* Queensland ser vice, is a brother of an officer with lengthy experience in New Potith Wales, and found himself, in conse quence of giving evidence for th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
Contemptible Cook Crowd. Iniquitous Intrigues Border on Imbecility. Disgusted Denman Skies the Rubber Stamp. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

©ontemptible Cook Crowd. Iniquitous Intrigues Border on Imbecility. Disgusted Denman Skies the Rubber Stamp* I; (From Brisbane "Truth.")! i When Unt Tlonmhri (who Mimdj in | Hip same relation to die Commonwealth Parliament as King George does to the British Parliament) suddenly skied the rubber stamp mid other insignia of afllce, speculations aq to the real cause fpread themselves over a wide field. ln«lead of jumping at linsly eoneliwions, 'Truth" set out to sift the matter, and the resultant winnowing* are placed in Ibis article for public information. There is «ft doubt at nil about the matter. Lord Deniuau is our of the democratic member* of the House of Lords. J.ady Dertmau is right in the ran among Knglish titled ),id<'o* w?io have set themw.-hes above caste, and worked for the political benefit 01* tbe downtrodden mrt-se.s of Britain. On their arrival in Australia, the Donmans • found'congenial company in the Mini** ter* of the Fisher Government and their following...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
WHAT THE EYE DOESN'T SEE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

WHAT THE EYE DOESN'T SEE. It isn't often tli3t a public committee of imjiury rib* it into a private employer con ••eruiris; t^ie conduct of his bu.«ines» as rnein U-r< of tho Int.Tntacn CommiMion drove it into tli.* Australian Paper, Mil!* Proprietary las' we-k. The remarks by the Commission I.ockyer indicate that a ntenchful state of at!air> exists at the Uirty factory of this company. To aJi cstent, all n-per factories, which art* practically o!d rac depots, arc tiiny, o£ necvj-nlyi but wfclr porno uro iljitv, it in possible for other* to be filthy. I'n'fir the Utter category, according to the Commissioner.*, comes th<» pri-cious AuHra* lian I'ap<T Mills, whoso proprietary i* aak in* the Commission to increase its profits by advancing duties on pap»*r. It is very evident thai iurtead of chains* rouud with l'a tip hanging dimmlty like a niotherkss lull, "doilaruusly" diving after double divi fthe company should set about attetid i-i' to tb'> w...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
EDWARD O'DONNELL, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

EDWARD O'DONNELL, J.P. Ouirman of St. Kildas Bench, Is O'Dounell, Major, Jjy 1\<?, Who only does the thins* that'* rifbi— For never vvrons is he. In council hail—at la danse ball, It'* all the same to him— A» C.P.S. he's just—oh jes— His lights are never dim.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
TWO BRIGHT "BEAUTS." SCENE IN THE CITY COURT. A Graceless Girl and a Broken-hearted Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

TWO BRIGHT "BEAUTS." SCENE IN THE CITY COTOT. A Graceless Girl and a Broken-hearted Mother. '•A prac*les>< child, in very sooth, Is sharper than a serpent's tooth." In the City Court ou Wednesday, Mr, J. J. Dwver, P.M., prf>Fid.ng. a young namer Mury Lawlor, uud an older cjrnpajj ion named Margaret Stewart, the former a deceutly dressed, but very s;Jf*as*ertivo datD*e), who comported hem/rlf in court in a rrrv defiaut uanuer. were charged ou t-ho information of Constable Samuel IJayvcanJ with often*'re bebav.or at 10.50 on the pre vious tught in Lo-sdale-street. They were1. *aid Hay ward, cr^itin? a treat disturbance, swear.ng and us'.ng bad language. They were fighting one Another, or appeared t<» be, and were each cur&intf their respective mothers. Lawlor's mother at tlus juncture arosft in the body of the Coun. and stated thai 3hp could do nothing with her daughter, who was addicted to drink. Lawlor. who appeared to treat the oroceediugs a* a h...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
PRETTY PICTURES. CR. SPRINGHALL. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

PRETTY PICTURES. cn. SPRINGHALL. Onoe ho graced tlac G.r.O., Anil superintended letters. Where lie was liked by everyone— lii« underling* and better."; Xow he's chucked the Postal job, And at old Coburg he Cobbers with the council coves And jays they cull "Jqv Pee."

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

SUBURBAN SERGEANT. If you go down to Richmond town, You'll see this three-striped chappy, A decent sort, when in the eourt, Though sometimes rather snappy. He doesn't like to get the spike, But when with questions plied, He'll tell you quitk to go 10 U And blank your bully hide.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
A WELL-KNOWN PEDAGOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

A WELL-KNOWN PEDAGOGUE. Tom Austin is a very pood man, Who tries to teaoli Vm -.til he van, }u reading, 'ritintf, and 'rithinotic, And lazy ones ho gives thy stick. Headmaster is lie at North Fitzrov— His scholars aJl are apt and clever— Uu loves 'em well, and they love him, And from hiiu they are loth to sever.

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Melbourne ed., Australia (Vic)
IT RUNS IN THE BLOOD. "Cabbie Jim" in London. [Newspaper Article] — Truth — 21 February 1914

IT RUNS IN THE BLOOD. | "Cabbie Jim" in London. Sonic says crime, dear Mister Norton, Are v kind of « disease Which "'are caught-, anil which are noumk«d Just sh) how a man do please. Others says it wu>« by birthright, And it never comes alone, But from purcuU arc transmitted— Bred in fjwt, Sir, in the bono. 1 Others says again about it, As it do run in the blood— Which Sir, to my way of thinking Are not p'raps the way it should. But sonic rummy capes sometimes Do occur Sir, to be sure; Which do set a filler thinking Crime ore bred Sir in the cord. In regard to that contention (Which are hut a Iheorey.) I knows of a ease in point Sir Emphasized most painfully. Now the father 'if this bloke Sir Lived a titne of rotlon strife, And his mother were a bad-un From the day alio couie to lifp* And you'll say when 1 narrates it As it ate a thing what'* Grange, For what do run in the blood Sir, Must right through the body rang®. When a man for to bo hornet Tries hi* b"st, there's pomp cxcu...

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

Pleasing* exhilarating. , Pusfoesi the Bill 0OWn nv ill-heaLth, WEAKNESS AND DISEASE. It Is onn ot the tragedies of life, there lu no moro sorry spectacle than a roan who la losing his «rlp ot tural and vigorous manhood. lie Is like a spectre at home or Ho in devitalised. Ho feels that ho Is everybody's Inferior, nnd his per sonality—that grout factor of auceosn In life—Is gone? What does It moan? Such a man loses all that We holds dear, and Is devoid of that u103t.il and physical alenncsa required to take an aotlve part In llfo. He knows hffl deficiency, nod wants to be made strong and frco trom weak and disease. NO WEAK MAN DOUBTS DR. COOPER'S SKILL. specialises cases o! INJURED VITALITY, TJLOOD DISEASE?. .SKIN* DISEASES. NERVE AFFECTIONS, MELANCHOLIA. DKHIMTV. I'KINARY : AILMENTS. VARICOSE VEINS In vital part*. INSOMNIA, INDIGESTION. DYSPEl'Sl A. CATARRH, FUNCTIONAL PARALYSIS, EPILEPSY. etc., and those ailment* which are secondary to EXHAUSTED NERVE VITALITY. Men requiring rapid ...

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