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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

B. G. WOOD Ladies' Tailor and Habit Maker, THE WEBB BUILDING, . 234 COLLINS ST. (Opp. "Age" Office). We are now making onr USUAL REDUCTIONS for .BETWEEN SEASON'S COSTUMES—Crepe de Chcnea, Eoliennes, Tweeds, or Linens—for a- FEW WEEKS ONLY. PBOGKS AND BLOUSES TO ORDER. Tel. 4SJ.1. First Floor. Take Elevator. COWES. Isle of Wight Hotel. FACING THE PIER. Extensive Tree-shaded .Grounds . • ' Lovoiy Beaehns for Walks and Bathing.. Billiard Roonu Good Table. Terms Moderate. E. H. THORNflERG. Proprietor, ^ TALMA & CO., Photographers, 118 SWAWSTON ST.. WKT, ROTTRNT* nHlRMINO PORTRAITS. FROM 10/ A;DOZEN. GROUPS. CHXLDR0N AND LADIES IN 0VBNINQ DRBSB A SPECIALTY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

—will spoil one's enjoyment of the most thrilling play. It Is almost always caused by the heated and vitiated atmosphere unavoidable in a crowded house. An unfail ing restorative Is a spray of "4711." It clears and deodorises the sur rounding air moM marvellously, and cures the headache by banishing its cause. "4711 " is the Original of all the Colognes, being made from the ancient and original recipe. All Chemists, Druggists and Per fumers throughout the world sell "4711." iJ^i i g 'v-jj 1 Mr 11811

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

WBDD1N0S. MR. A F. M'CURDY TO MISS A. DAWES. The- marriage of Mr. A. P.. M'Curdy, son of Mr. Anthony M'Gurdy, of "Erin Vale," Bundalong, and Miss Allie Dawes, second -daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. George Ivawes, of Yarrawonga, was celebrated at' St., Andrew's Presbyterian Cburch. Yarrawonga, op. Tuesday, 3rd February. The ceremony was pur formed by the Rev. R. Robertson. A fully choral service accompanied the. service. The church was prettily decorated by the girl friends of the bride, who entered the church with her father, who gave her away. Her bridal gown.was of beautiful white ch4rmt;use, embroidered with pearls. A veil and wreath were also worn. A bridal bouquet of white flowers was carried. . The bridesmaids were Miss Maggie Dawes (sister) and Miss Teany M'Curdy (sister of the bridegroom). The former was frocked in a pretty dress of pint oharm-juse, and'a hat of tilack crepe de chcne, set with pink roses. . The second maid wore, white crepe do' chenc. She also • wore a black crepe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TWO SMART HATS SEEN AT INCLEY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

TWO SMART HATS SEEN AT INOLEY'S.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

MRS. WILFRED PRESTON (MISS PEARL SMITH). Whoso marriage was celebrated at St. Stephen'* Church, Sydney, on 18th December, 1913. Photo by Falk Studios, 164 Pitt-st., Sydney.. MRS. WILFRED PRESTON'S BRIDESMAIDS. Alius Jessie Clarke, Miss Myra Begg. and Miss «T. Matheson. Photo by Falk Studios, Sydney. Mr. and Mrs. Kennon entertained a large number of friends on Thursday, 5th February, to say "au re voir" to Mr. and Mrs. Silcock (Miss M. E. Ken non), who left by the Maloja last week for Eng land. They hope to return in September and re main for a few months before leaving linally to settle in Yorkshire.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

Our Visitors. Australia has been extremely fortunate in her visitors lately. After the Trade Commissioners comle Earl G-rey and General Ian Hamilton, and we understand there is a strong desire among prominent Englishmen at Home to im prove their acquaintance with the furthest out post of Empire by making personal investiga tions. This is a practical outcome of Austra lia's action in preparing her defences, so that she may eventually be in a position to hold her own in the Pacific. Jur military policy, with its compulsory provisions, and our deter mined efforts to set up a substantial Australian . navy, have met with much adverse criticism in England, most of it foolish and ignorant, but at the same time it has provided the bes't ad vertisement Australia has yet had. It is an expensive advertisement, no doubt, if consider ed as an advertisement alone; but it is, at the same time, an advertisement of such value that it cannot by left • out of consideration in rec koning the financipl ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Man's Competitor. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

Mao's Competitor. Mrs. Bailies, who comes among us as "tne militant organiser of the Women's Social and Political Organisation of Great Britain," has been talking loudly and impressively to the Wom'en's Piolitical Association, the representative radical body in Melbourne. Mrs. Baines was most anxious to impress upon her hearers the necessity of woman securing equal pay lor equal work. "Until there is equal p.v/ for equal work," said the militant organiser of the W.S.P.O., '''the world will be full of misery and sin Thousands of men will continue to walk the streets (as they are doing now), workless, hungry and ^ennile.s.-;, because they are thrown out of positions by women who are content to receive less than half .the pay of a man for, doing mau's work." This is talk for England ; it sounds strange here, where the supply of men who are workless, hungry, and penniless is exceedingly limited—reduced, in fact, to those few wasters and Weary Willies who would much rather be hungry and ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
H.M.A.S, Australia Makes Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

H.M.A.S, Australia Makes Melbourne. When the new Australian fleet made Sydney, its first official port of call it) the Common wealth, a puh'lic holiday was declared, and much public money ;was spent. When.the ships make Melbourne next Wednesday there will be nothing doing in the way of festivities, there will be no public reception, and there will be no celebration—unless the public's paid leaders awake before then. ' The first visit to Port Phillip of Australia's first battleship and nearly completed fleet unit should be an occasion for rejoicing and well-expressed good-will. The event is historic. It is fraught with lessons for Mel bourne, especially Melbourne's school children. And it is the home-coming of a thousand Mel bourne sailors. Yet the authorities make no move. « » * «* * Melbourne! is the birthplace of the Aus tralian Navy, and its public spirit, though un- ' expressed by those who live upon it, will yet make the Australian Fleet's arrival memorable. The dulness in the ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. Cook Calls To Arms. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

Mr. Cook Calls To Arms. "To stand idly by and have one's measures mutilated, the finances of one's country dis located, for the mere pleasure of the reten tion of office, is a course which does not appeal to this Government. We have to see the thing through, and the taxpayers must make up their minds to return one party or the other in sufficient strength' to govern the country." This is the Liberal leader's call to arms. It should resound throughout the country. Other leading Liberals have talked about a double dis solution and an appeal to the people ; but Mr. Cook's, silence was discreet and complete until he announced in the above sentences \his party's decision to send the Parliament to the coun try. There can, now be no retracing of steps ; the die is cast,' and the Liberal Party is pledged xo make the utmost endeavor to secure an immediate ending of the Federal politijal dead lock by an election. A double dissolution is Mr. Cook's goal, and he sees his way to reach it ; 'but ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEY-NOTES Ship or Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

ggggSgiw^-fo. Ship or Farm. C7*««|s - The training ship John Murray is not a trt niendous success. Possibly the initial mistake was in naming the 7es,sei after a politician who is rather pleased with his reputation as a man of languid habits. It may he that the /whole management is unconsciously struggling io live up to the reputation, of the great and good man whose name the .ship bears. The figures presented to Padiam'ont show that it costs something like £2 a week to keep a boy on the John Murray, and the authorities are 'ready to admit they consider themselves lucky when they do keep him. The escapes are nu merous, irom which we gather that you ,cannot make a boy comfortable on a training ship at rather more than an 'adult cares to pay for board and lodging at a decent suburban board ing-house. Two pounds per head per week is a preposterous price to pay for the keep of re formatory boys ; but Parliament in its wisdom demands no reforms. It has considered the matter in its perfun...

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A Commonwealth Club. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

A Commonwealth Club. An idea worth a gold mine to Canada re sulted in the Canadian Club. The idea can he fiad for nothing by Australian's, and there need he no wounding of pride in accepting it from the sister Dominion. Canadians wanted to get together and meet distinguish-;! \isitors to their country. They wanted show hospitality, to keep well-informed on public affairs, and to push along, in humble fashion, their own little Domi nion. "They are as busy as Australians. They dislike going out of their homes at night, just as Australians do, and they cannot afford to slow 'down in business hours to attend public functions. So they decided 011 mid-day luncheon meetings,' and they fixed a rule that- the eat ing was to occupy thirty minutes and the speak ing 'another .thirty minutes, and they went right ahead—quickly. The Canadian Club has branches now in every Canadian town as large as Warr nambool. It is one of the most pleasant and useful institutions in the Empire. The luncheons are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

If You Own a Camera Send Us Your Name— We want to place your name on our 1914 mailing list, so that wi: may send you all the Catalogues, Booklets, and other pamphlets, etc., issued throughout the year. They are very valuable to all camera u;;ers. SEND' *JS YOUR NAME' AND ADDItflSS NOW, AND WE WILL SEND YOU A .'Ml.,, FREE COPY OF Harrington's Photographic Journal. Usually sold at 4d. Per Copy. (Mention this Paper.) E? 266 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE. BRANCHES In EVERY STATE AND N.Z.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

MOTHERS WHO HAVE WEAK CHILDREN AND PRONE TO ILL-HEALTH SHOULD READ THIS. Because it has been proved over and over again 'that Clements Tonic is a body builder and health creator. A -Melbourne' mother de clares Mrs. Catherine Hartifcan, a South Melbourne lady, writing of the wonderful influence for health Clements Tonic had upon Jier daughter : "I am sure there are many mothers who are at a loss how to treat their daughters when ill or developing into womanhood, and if I can write a few lines on this subjcct and do good, I will be amply repaid. My daugliter, Rita, at school, was very anaemic. 1 was most anxious about her ; she lost all her girl hood freshness, and shunned other children and gaiety. She suffered a great deal from head aches. I took her to medical men and hospi tals. She was also dent into the country for a change of air. No good came of it. After returning home, I was aclvfeed to give her Cle ments Tonic. It was wonderful now. quickly she thrived under its influence, ...

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CURRENT NOTES. Develop the Man. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

CURRENT NOTES. Develop the Man, The figure of General Sir lan Hamilton lias not quite fitted into the Australian citizens' army, or perhaps it should be said that our military forces are not quite ready for a visit from the Imperial Inspector-General. General Hamilton is above all else a permanent soldier —a trained, expert, thorough-going military leader. He comes amongst us, efficient, dapper, and vigilant, and he*puts us through our paces. He is accustomed to paid, peimanent troops, officers and men who put in their lives in bar rack squares, in instruction rooms, and on manoeuvre areas, and he naturally looks here for an efficiency approaching that of the Euro pean parade ground. ,• He is thorough. He be lieves in thoroughness. His motto throughout life has been "thorough." And in Australia, where the most essential of all tilings in his opinion is military thoroughness, he expects to find the army thorough. General Hamilton is disappointed, and already has expressed some disapp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

For Cool Comfort! This neatly-finished White Canvas Model is the City's Biggest Value at 126 Light, cool, easy Shoes will this soacon be more popular than ever. Como and criticise our new full range. . Vote carefully the Low Prices. Xou'll own rou've never seen equal values anywhere. ASK FOR CATALOGUE-FREE I LEEMING Shoe Stores, 109 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. 257-9 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. 1-B ERROL ST.. NORTH MELBOURNE. 2*[l CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN. Tel.' Cent, 1799. .The Brightest of all Shoe Shines, GAZE&A Paste. Large tins, 6d. FEBRUARY 19J1914. POSTAL RATES FOR PUNCH To foreign countries the postage on nowspapers is—For 4oz. or under. Id. ; for each additional 2oz. or under, id. To the United Kingdom, Id. up t| Soz. ; Soz. to 10oz., 2Jd. : «verv additional 2oz. Jd. If sent wholly by sea, and not more than one newspaper in each wrapper. Id. for 16oz. This week the postage on "Punch" to the United Kingdom is 2Jd.; but if sent wholly by sea (wrapped singly. Id., and to fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

"I Wear Spectacles Now." "Not the ordinary kind, but Fits-U Spectacles Improvements in the bridge make them lisjlit and easy on my nose. And I have had TORIC LENSES put into them." If you wear glasses, or ought to. it is worth your while to consult Carl Werner & Co., EXPERT OPTICIANS. «36 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Mr , 1 Fellows of Worship Mi'" M r w innr' fl)1 Co. of Spectacle mV. E^-o0 W™:rn*r' I

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

COURSING. * By "SPRINGER.". The charge I or advertising Stud Greyhounds in "Punch" Is £3 per inch per quarter. The rat# for advertising Coursing Meetings, SaIcb of Greyhounds, etc., Is 5/ rer inch per insertion. We do not undertake to insert advertisements of Sales of Dogs sent through the post unless payment is enclosed with the advertisement. Tncadar Sa each week fa the last day lor Meeivmg Advertisements to lie iDsartsd on Caaralatf oa£aa. At a meeting of the committee of the Victoria Coursing Club on Tuesday afternoon there were present : Messrs. A. B. Pearson (in the chtiir), A. I.. Flirt, W. Stapleton, H. A. Anderson, A. Bel cher, A. -Tulloch, P. Whitelaw. T. Tatcliell. M. Jacobs, ;unr., John Munday and Captain T. Par kin. Ait' i the minutes of the previous meeting had been confirmed, the correspondence dealt with, and a fjw accounts passed for payment, the fol lowing programme for the current season, together with the proposed dates, was adopted:—Thursday and Friday, 28tli an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

do© mbdioinb. DISTEMPER POWDERS. 2/6 packet ; WORM POWDERS, 1/ each, 10/ dozen : Alterative Blood \Iixturo, 2/6 and 4/6 ; Mange Speclflc, 2/6 bottle ; Tonic and Condition Balls, 2/C box : Canker Lotion, 2/B bot.; Eczema Cure (internal), 2/6 bot.; Eczcnia Ointment, 1/6 tin ; Stimulating Liniment for Rae 'nff Greyhounds. 3/6 ; Husk Cure, 2/6 bot.; Chorea Pills. 2/6 ; DOQ SOAP. <>d. : Puppy Worm Syrup, 1/6 ; Internal Stimulant, 2/C ; Skin Lotion, i/6. Postage) extra. DOO BISCUITS. Shirley's Lactol nnd Worm Capsules stocked. R. W. ©BDDOIV9E & GO., CIIYMISTS. 251 BOURKE STREET, Opposite Opera House, Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

The Fine New College Premises Entirely Occupied byStott's One door from Collins Street The University of Business. STOTT' S Collegers to] the business world what the University is to the professional. Its training, following directly on secondary school education, gives an equipment of specialised knowledge almost equally required in business and the professions. Per business to-day is not the simple affair of yesterday. Its intricacies are numberless, its methods complex, and training is essential if success is to be won. Do not hazard your future by entering untrained upon a commercial career. School education, however Rood, is riot business education Stott's training is— the best it is possible to obtain. ILLUSTRATED PROSPECTUS ON APPUCATION. SrOTTS BUSINESS COLLEGE, New Address—96-100 Russell Street. (ONE DOOR FROM COLLINS STREET). [

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STOMACH TROUBLES DUE TO ACIDITY. SO SAYS EMINENT SPECIALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

STOMACH TROUBLES DUE TO ACIDITY. SO SAYS EMINENT SPECIALIST. So-oalled stomach troubles, such as indiges tion, -wind, stomach-ache and inability to re tain food, Instead of indicating that the stom ach is out of order, are in nine eases out of ten simply evidence that fermentation is taking place in the} food contends of the stomach, causing the . formation of gas and acids. Wind distends the stomach, and causes that full, op pressive feeling sometimes known as heartburn, while the acid irritates and inflames the deli cate lining of the stomach. The stomach, how ever, is "not at fault. The trouble lies entire ly in the fermenting food. Such fermentation is unnatural, and acid formation is not only unnatural, but may involve the most serious consequences if not prevented. To prevent or stop fermentation of the food contents of the stomach and to neutralise the acid, and render It bland and harmless, half a teaspoonful of bisurated magnesia, probably the best and most effective antaci...

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