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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

P. & o. Company's Royal E^aiD Steamers FOR MARSEILLES, PLYMOUTH, AND LONDON. MOOT-TAN MOREA ... MALOJA ... MM? MOR A MOLDAVIA MEDINA... , Jan. 13 Jan. ay . Feb. 10 Feb. 34 Mar. 10 Mar. 34 MONGOLIA ... MALWA MOOLTAN ... MOREA MALOJA :. Apl. 7 ,. Apl. 31 . May s . May 19 . June 9 . PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON:— -Single £41/16/ to £83/10/ Return'., ... £69/6/ to £133/4/ Pnrthrr particular* obtainable at the Company'* office, MELBOURNE: 447 COLLINS STREKT

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

XKTHO wouldn't have their Tailor * " Mades and Day and Evening Gowns created by Shave if they thought they could afford it— ? And you can—especially NOW~ while their '1 between-seasons'' Reduction of £2/2/- ' is available. Make your appoint ment now, delay may mean dis appointment. ^juiTiTZf i/r8 on/i w CENTREWAY, COLLINS STREET li.R.W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

B. G. WOOD Ladies' Tailor and Habit Maker, THE WEBB BUILDING, 234 COLLINS ST.; (Opp. "Age" Office). We are now making our USUAL REDUCTIONS for BETWEEN SEASON'S COSTUMES—Crepe d< Chcnee, Eoliennes, Tweeds, or Linens—lor a PEW WEEKS ONLY. • FROCKS AND BLOUSES TO ORDER. Tel. 4311. First Floor. Take Elevator. tauu~^~c^9 ~ Photographers,■ 11» SWAN8T0N ST., MELBOURNE. CHARMING PORTRAITS, FROM 10/ A DOZKN SROT7PS. CHILDREN AND LADIES IN EVB^ING DRESS A SPECIALT7.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADIES LETTER. DUMBY HOUSE TOORAK. Dear Peg,— [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

K ■ nmr h)j>■, mm, Dear Peg,— Here is a most delightful Xmas story. A stern father, well known in the financial world, who is devoted to his only daughter has ob stinately refused to allow her to receive the addresses of a very personable young man,- and when asked to become the voung man's father in-law forbade him the housu. The daughter fretted very much, and was sent awav fora change. Meanwhile, the father took ill, and the girl returned home, and with tender care helped to nurse him back to good health, so that his conscience rose up and smote lurn, and one day he handed his daughter an en velope, saying, "My; dear, T onlv want yo'J to be hapnv, so this' is ni7 Xmas gift, which I hope will make you so." On opening .the en velope she found a card with the young man's name on it. The newly-engaged pair were out shopping together lately, and the monograin med cierar case they bought as a Xmas gift for "dad" was the best in the shop... Most social circles in Melbourne (and a lon...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Prattle About People. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

Prattle JRbout People. \ "Don'o you be 'too anxious for dissolution,, old chao !" saicl the genial Hon. "Jack" Thom son to" a Labourite last week. "Dissolution often means disillusion !" And so it does. j Barrister Woolf, the noted divorce lawyer, tie other day discovered a neat anagram. "Mat riage means 'united,' " he said, "and divorcfe n\eans 'untied.' Well, both words are made of the same letters ! ' WVarney Parkes, who was fQr Hurst ville, 'N.S.W., is a son of the late Sir Henry. ^ He travels .much on the old man's fame, but is not without ability of his own. Tooinbs, who has taken his ,seat in the Assembly, is u ; sailor man.' Parkes says Hurstville has. gone , to the Toombs, but lie hopes to dTcct a speedy resurrection. Chief Secretary Flabbergast was the name the big poiice chief found for Prendergast after the issub of his hard-hitting "third degree" memo randum. For to say that Sainsbury, Gleeson, 'j and Oo. were flabbergasted, after the milk-ami- j watery mild minutes of ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
People We, Know Leaders Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

Leaders Wanted. It is an old saying amongst politicians that no man can forteil what the electors will do. That is merely the excuse of incompetency. Men of real commerce, leaders of real worth, can foretell with accuracy. But they do not fore tell—they compel. In Australia at the present time it is perfectly true that the most difficult task anybody can undertake is to forecast the result of a general election. The reason for this is not that eicctors have become more fickle or less responsible. It is because leaders and parties have, fallen from their high estate. In the few Parliaments were a real leader still re mains there is no need for guessing. In this State there is no doubt of the result of an appeal to the people. Mr. Watt is a real leader, and has that force and that ability which com pel admiration and support. A. general election would be a triumph for him. The Labour party asked for a dissolution the other day, but there is no doubt that it would have been, the sorrie...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

Orient Line - OP ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. FOR LONBONg ¥ia Sues Canal, Taking Passengers lor ADELAIDE, FREMANTLE, W.A., COLOMBO (for India), PORT SAID (lor Egypt) NAPLES, TOULON. GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH, TRANSHIPPING FOR' Canada, New York, Boston, South America and all Continental Porta. •R.M.S. ORONTES, 9,023 Tons. onv JANUARY 7. R.M.S. ORV'IETO. 12.130 Tons, on JANUARY 21. R.M.S. OMRAH, 8130 Tons, on FEBRUARY 4. All Steamers fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. Twin Screws. AND FORTNIGHTLY THEREAFTER. Passenger Season 1914.—The plans of steamers are now open, and accommodation may be booked. Presenters booked to Western Australia, South Aus tralia, Kew South Wales, and Queensland Ports. D. L. DOWDRLL, Branch Manager. 3J2 OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

Nu-RSE DAY, a CERTIFICATED NtTRSB, OP No. 100 CIIESTNI T-STREET; RICH MOND, WRITES OF CLEMENTS ITONIO : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., . j [ "Your medicine is .Spoken so highly of throughout tiie Commonwealth bv nurses that very little is: loft for mo to say of this great heal Mi restorer.. Still, I will ;idly add my opinion. I have lived thirtv-ilve years in Rich mond. I am well known to the medical pro fession here, and with one or two exception:; I have been associated with them. I have hud lengthy experience. 1 have a,iven Clements Tonic to Mime of the weaker, sickly patients with surprising results, as each made a mark ! ed improvement in their health, and perfect re covery was soon in sight. Through long hours of watchfulness it began to udl on my ov n , health. I resorted 'to Clements Tonic, which f enabled me to continue niy duties, and restored me to perfect health. It's the best medicine I know of. "(Signed) NUR'iE DAY.'' This splendid letter tells all women who axe ill what a splen...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Beastly Colonial. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

The Beastly Colonial. Australians who fondly imagine that British leaders express the unanimous opinion of Great Britain when they praise Australia's action in connection with naval and military defence, and are appreciative of the value of Australia to the Empire, are grievously mistaken. There j is a large public in England that has no use i for Australia, and a big minority that regards j our action in building a navv of our own as i a miserable subterfuge to escape our Imparial | responsibilities. We read recently the sober ex pression of an editorial opinion that all the ; colonies England possesses are not worth : one English county. Ifc was a foolish compari ; soh, and had no significance apart from its value in reminding Australians that they must not swallow diplomatic "taffy" too greedily. In a recent issue of "The New Age," an im portant journal that seeks to express the more intellectual side of English Socialism in poli tics, literature, and art, Australia suffers a dre...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KEY-NOTES The Martyr. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

fhe Martyr. S "Billy T."1—Quite the most impudent Ming a <the history of our time is the talk aitfoit the lersecution of suffragettes, and the abuse leaped jpon the authorities in England for gaoling wo men who seem to think the end fchey tave in view justifies the means, however aboninable. Friends of the cause represent the womien gaoled in England as martyrs ;| but if a man ware con victed of arson, say, who would raise an out cry over the infamous tyrauny of the Jovern ment that stowed him away safely in gaol ? It is not claimed that the gaoled suflragefctes are innocent. They may have fired houses, wrecked property, assaulted peaceable citizens, and ex ploded bom'bs •; but the powers thai punish them for these little eccentricities 'are more infamous than Nero. They have no chivalry, no decency ; they are vile cowards and persecu tors of women. What, then, is the al'/ernative9 It-, is obvious that females found guilty of dangerous crimes should merely rise in court a...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WASHING NEGATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

WASHING NEGATIVES. lYhezi refitting- my darkroom recently, T arranged a shallow wooden box about l&in. x 14in. to furm a negative washer. On the floor of the box, at the centre of each quarter of its area. is a block of wood 2in. x 2in. x 2in. Across the top is a bent iron pipe into which four brass rose jets are screwed, so that each rose comes over a block of wood and about Ijin. above it. The bottom of the box drains into the sinV. while the pipe c.arry^' ing the roses is attached to the water supply. Tb*$\ apparatus cashes four negatives up to whoh-plj&V^ size at e, or two 10 x 8 or one 15 x 12. TcrRi1 minutes i ider the rose, with a gentle current tlfcy# \ ing all ever the surface of the plate, I find to ample fiv complete washing. It may seem elaborate: arrangement, but it dispenses with air*# trouble rtnd splashing in phite washing, them is mo changing1 of the water to be done, and I must sav that I s-hould be very sorry now to be without it. —W. Elliott in "P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

Athenaeum Cafe, | MELBOURNE'S MODERN RESTAURANT. '! New Open-Air Roof Garden—first in Australia. =i FRUIT LUNCHEONS. AFTERNOON" TEAS. THEATRE PARTIES AND SUPPERS A SPECIALTY. f JIOKE-ROOM, suitable for BANQUETS, DINNER | . PARTIES. &c. I Igh-Class Catering. Cleanliness, Attention. Civility. Fresh Flan and Oysters daily. | Ales and Stout obtainable. \ G. MATOOREKOS, 68-70 SWANSTON STREET. Telephone 1012.

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BINDING LANTERN SLIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

BINDING LANTERN SLTDKS. Lantern slide makers often experience a difficulty in getting the commercial gummed binding strips , 1 o adhere permanently to the glass. Instead of moistening the sum with water, they should use diluted mount.ant of the Higgins type. It should i be applied with a camel-hair brush with one stroke so that the gum is softened unly. and not removed by frequent brush strokes. The .strip should tie rubbed down into perfect contact by moans of u. ninth Via bawnon finder and thumb. Slides pro perly ii.iiiud should paws safely through thf: lantern dozens of times without tlie strips showing signs of loosening.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRINT WASHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

PRINT '.VASHERS. Print washers differ front vegativc washers in that tlv y hu-e net only to change the wfttcr irom time t'> time, hut also have to keep the prints separate. To cns'irc thoro-iph washing, one thing is an im portant. a:; the other. it will surprise those who lui.Mj nfi actually made any experiments on the ..subject to find o'lt how much 'of a perfectly soluble salt Hi..' hypo may remain in a print after pro longed .'.ashing if that print has been sandwiched between a couple of others instead of having both its surfaces •:\pospd t( the action of the water. Most washers for prints rely upon the force and direction of the incoming water to keep the prints separate and moving. Such patterns mav be effici ent. so lt'iifj as too manv prints are not put into the. wtishei : when it is overcrowded the prints have a tendency, to :-'tick together, and they are no longer i.f:n£ washed. A glance should be Riven to the windier'- every ten. minutes or so to make quite sure that, t...

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A Coming Military Problem. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

A Coming Military Problem. Military trainees can take it for granted that their leaders will soon be vexed by the problem of establishing an expeditionary lorce. Great Britain's army is small. She "could spare few soldiers for a foreign war. The European war schemes provide for only iiOO.OOO British sol diers being on the Continent in time of trouble, and the "VVar Ollice admits that even the provision of such a small force would tax all its resources. Consequently the British authorities have turned to the Dominions, and suggested that each Dominion .should have an expeditionary force, ready to be used on service abroad. An essential consideration is that at tack is usually the best defence, and that Aus tralia may frequently be best defended by the despatch ,o£ ah army into the enemy's territory. Such would be one of tie great advantages io be gained by Great Britain's mastery of the seas ; safe transport could be given any invad ing force. It is arguable, therefore, that Aus tral...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church and Organ [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

The.• authorities of the . Relig'ious ; High ' 'krols .t'.ro ; Tu>rturbed )>y. the.. aci v ;■ vance of General Tate," \v*itli .his Democro. : -tic High School. intensely significant ; w as the Speeoli • Day in / the Auditorium. Tato and Dr.; Barrett-gave si»l>tle addresses. ■ \ - You have read between, the lines, in ■ their sarcasm on- the /Upper; Crust High ■ Schools. ' A headmaster in. oneisaid to. / Mr. Tate : "I have the workers and the shirkers." Mr. Tate : ""Why don't you shunt ihe shirkers out *?." The ' master . only shrugged his shoulders./'. The shitkers are the rich men's sons, who know. ■ they are coming- into lots - of money. Why ■ bother "about. -learning:.? " So also at TOton ; ' aavct Oxford. We wanit to bring the Angli ; ■ .can, Presbyterian,/Methodist and other de nominations into" the line of having thoir own day schools .for • thuir own- poor. • . . Don't confme religions .instruction/ to -the boys and girls of. the rich. / * Build upy our own denominati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

\ fri >•0 A:' . i4' '. V:mmM * prised, ■i:!: wisiilasiu s i>4'V ;;Chin/>i;vj^'dlevs I :;r J -o' Ho '■> """St" -;sw£3tt» . Mell.'Oiirnt, <ut gm& Jwm> pm/ Upon ILL Classes Pair Interest, Easy Terms. Thin Company was formed to Bapproso tunwy . Sydney . Tal. No. Ofeatral 225, Molbooroe Eel. Ho. • 2&§9. ^su.,8. D/seoanSsd, QAPJTAL SI 00,000 D.-ft I. C5o. Ltd. 216-217 -SwanBton-atroet,/ Molbaurna r?4 Cmtlezeagh^StreQt 74 , '■■ SytPiiey, \: • j i&ndysi'' NEWCASTLE ■ " j s*iid BRISBANE. ' li : n! ;> |! M * umxdaoiciiii tow jo sioi 'AjjieiiBci .iuod! ~> «r :> r\ hi^.'vv,; j m >iU r* NSPW ESF3 M H

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

I Casts for Happiness , Take -a Kodak with you on vour hol'/dayo. aafi .you will have a en\at chnnr.r of vvin ni^sr oris of t''<? rrizcn in thr srrrRt kodak £500 hap1*Y momknts C omp et LT ION— von rauv •v.'pn win the first prize oi £.100. GET A •'HAPPY M0MF.ntm book. li'rerybody should have a copy of "Happj Mom<rils,' the ileliebt.ful little book oi the " Competition. It iu full of pictures, and it is five. Arv Kodak dealer will eive it to yoa. , (AsastraiSa'sBa) LTII. ■ (Incorporating Baker & Rouse Prop.. Ltd.), -tht: block," 2si collins St.. Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

.SSonsfe'q/ ftcrtQl, ■ /•••• MELBOURNE. J. K. SPEEDlE. Manager. Telephones : 5586 (12 line*). &3&miQvllla Hall! - N OLENDON ROAD. TOORAK. EeeMentiai Mansion, within 6 minutes ii&1b and tram. Tennia. :Large Grounds. Tel. 896 Malvern. 'Oclowtal- v :';V< . 53 COLLINS STREET. -, TJNDENEW MANAGEMENT. Tel., Cent. 288, 7019. Inepial Spelngs "PARMA . HOUSE," Daylesford, HepUirn,; beat accommoda tion, two minutes from:-; Springs, exten oive. grounds, hot and ; cold baths, tennis. - oahs to train. - Terms moderate. . Publlfl. Telephone ,»t. Parma House. .Tele-: N- grams Transmitted, -t'.nd ,.Received. MRS. K. .ROLLERT, ; i'rijprietreBff. St.George'#Road/Toorak,; Residential 'Mansions, near Tocrak train. | ; Self-contained Flats, Suites, Magnlfl-) ecat' Ballroom, Lounge, Dining and Ro-j eoption. Roome. Large Grounds, tfennis, i Weddings,, At Homes, Teas, a Spe ciality. ; Telephone 101 Malvern. " . Yha:{&tv;:iqicg(a piitspsl 'Studio. The new ;Brida1Wri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

At this time of the year the skin 3s very susceptible to the varying changes of temperature, becoming rough, dry and impoverished looking. These symptoms indicate the need of a suitable cream and skin food, and we have no hesitation in recommend ing the one which is pre-eminent, viz., Lacte, as sold by Chemist Cheshire and Co., 112 Elizabeth-street, Mel bourne. It can be used by the hand or by the aid of massage rollers. These are supplied at 3/0 each, sing ly ; or a set of four instruments for home use are obtainable of the latest pattern, with directions. First the skin is anointed with Lacte, and then massage in' with a roller. Each in strument is designed to suit the par ticular movement or part requiring massage. Prices: Single roller and jar of Lacte, 6/0, post paid... Four instruments and jar of Lacte, . 13/6. Superior set at 24/, and silver-plated set at 45/, in handsome case suitable for presentation. , Choice Xmas Gifts. LACES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Lnrp.e Assortment of DAIN...

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