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SYDNEY SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

SYDNEY SHOWS. Whatever . the Revue at Her Majesty's may develop into in the course of the next week or two, it could scarcely he called a successful production as it was put; on for the first per formance last Saturday week. In London the revue ran for not more than two hours. Lt was precedea by a good vaudeville programme, and the whole of the performers in the revue itself were vaudeville artists. In the Williamson revue there is only one genuine vaudeville artist, Miss Daisy Jerome, and her connection with the revue is so remote as to he imper ceptible. All the characters are played by the stock actors of the Williamson Musical Comedy Company, and in some cases it is painfully obvious that they do not fit the parts. Mr". Charles Stone and Mr. John Osborne were wo fully out of the picture. Mr. Holland had a part so uncongenial that he could not be ex pected to score in it. The honours of the piece rested wiith Mr. Fred Leslie, Miss Ivy Schil ling, Miss Olive Godwin, aud Mr. Jack C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

DISEASED KIDNEYS POISOM THE BLOOD. "When the kidneys are ill they POISON the blood instead of purifying it just as a poisoned filter poisons the water that passes through it. For the blood is continually streaming through the filtering tubes of the kidneys, to be relieved of its fluid waste and uric acid poison, But, when the kidneys are weak or diseased, they begin to lose their power of extracting the p'oisons from the blood. Then you begin to feel unnatur ally drowsy and heavy—the limbs get stiff and shaky—your back aches, your head aches—the water is wrong—there is sediment or gravel—you may have dropsical swellings about the eyes or at the ankles. Day by day - hour by hour—the kidneys grow weaker and weaker, until the whole system becomes saturated with kidney poisons, and at last uraemia or the fatal Bright's disease sets in, The only way to stop this fatal poisoning of the • blood is to get your kidneys well. Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills are solely for the kidneys and bladde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

Sydney Amusemts. Adelphi Theatre. Direction GEORGE WILLOUGHBY LTD. Managing Director ... Mr. GF.ORG.E WILLOUGHBY. TO-NIGHT and EVERY EVENING. In an Up-to-date and Topically Funny Book. " ALADDIN" PANTOMIME. FAVOURITE ARTISTS and WORLD-FAMED NOVELTIES. Prices—4/. 3/, 2/. 1/. Box plan at Nicholson's. Her Majesty's. Direction ... ... J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD. TO-NIGHT and EVERY EV&NING. J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD. invites you to COMB OVER HERE. Via the Box Office. Box plan at Paling's. Harry Richards' Tivoli Theatres, Ltd. Governing Director HUGH D. M'INTOSH. Rickards's Circuit of Theatres implies the Best in Vaudeville. NiGHTLY at 8. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 2.30 p.m. A COLOSSAL ALL-STAR PROGRAMME. Terrific and Unprecedented Success of MISS JOSEPHINE DAVIS, the Daintiest of Dainty Am ericans and the Greatest Character Comedienne of ^ the Day, assisted by BILLIE GELLER at the Piano. Gowns worn by Miss Josio Davis are bv Redfern, Paris. DU CALON. the Loquacious Laddie on the Tottering La...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

PURIFY YOUR COMPLEXION And Cuticura Ointment. Their use tends to prevent pore clog ging, pimples, blackheads, red ness, roughness and other un wholesome conditions of the skin. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment are sold throughout the world. A liberal sample of each, with 32-page booklet oil the care and treatment of the skin and scalp, sent post-free. Address R. Towns <fc Co., Sydney, N. S. W. Misses Tally & Bowe, CostuBnieB'ee, COLLINS ST. (over Stewart Dawson'#). Entrance next to Ronald's. RACE and EVENING GOWNS a Specialty. Tel. 6023 Central. Mademoiselle Feognet, HA1RDRESSSNG and FACE MASSAGE, LATEST FRENCH STYLES. ARLINGTON CHAMBERS, COLLINS STREET. MELBOURNE. About Summer Cooking Don't suffer any longer the discom forts of cooking with a fuel range. A GAS COOEER means cooking in comfort, and a cooL kitchen always. See us about one to day, or write for illustrated booklet. METROPOLITAN GAS CO.

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IMPUDENT INTERVIEWS. A WORD WITH THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

IMPUDENT INTERVIEWS. -A WORD WITH THE POLICE. '' Superintendent Grleeson." "Present." "With regard to the - so-called Third Degree, and its employment upon women and little children." "A most excellent system, and one that has been productive of eminently satisfactory re sults." "Hush! Spare us the well-rounded sentences of; the litbraty D. Our intention is to dwell upon a touching view of the matter put for ward by you—a view wholly new to us, and setting forth a pathetic side of the question that we are quit8 certain has never occurred to humanity since the days of the Inquisition." "•Yes, I flatter myself I made out a convinc ing case, closely-reasoned, trenchant "You made out no case ot all. You were like a schoolboy writing an essay, but you were. interesting. No one has been so interestingly foolish since Artemus Ward, and you 'did hit on one new thought, one exposition of the posi tion that- astounded us." ."Which, was?" "This is the feeling manner in. which you put it : 'The...

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SOCIAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

SOCIAL GOSSIP. , Social functions ,durinS the week have been i spasmodic, and have only been tolerated m the intervals of Xrnas shopping. Last week was > very quiet ; but now that happy dream is over, [ and shoppers are developing a sixth sense of 3 snaring an attendant, within half-an-hour, to t serve them. A wild attack of Stevensonia has burst over all the book shops, and at least - half the struggling mass who are clamouring to be served are clutching; more or less idiotic - reminiscences, life and works or memories of 3 R. L. S. A craze has also developed this years for Arts and Crafts gifts, and the secretary of this c society is kept busy booking orders "round at the Exhibition rooms. We are losing the last s-hred of loyalty and patriotism, and demanding wattle, waratah, and kangaroo designs instead of the . faithful holly and Union Jack of a few years ago. .No gift, destined for oversea, seems quite the thing unless stamped with'some particle of Australian s flora or faun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

Admirably adapted to the wants of Infants." —Sir Chas. A. Cameron, C.B„ M.D. A Molher'a Testimony: Mrs. J. Kain, 6, Rockingham Road, Doncaster, writesDOCTOR ADVISED ME TO GIVE MY TWIN BOYS OF SIX WEEKS OLD YOUR NEAVE'S FOOD. I have reason to be grateful to my Doctor for his advice, because I have never lost a night's rest with any of my children, and they have cut their teeth without any trouble. Your Food also does away with all need of medicine and castor oil."—22nd August, 1912. British Medical Journal: "Well adapted for the use of children and aged people tnuch used by mothers nursing and by invalids." Has for many years been used In the Russian Imperial Family. Nearly 80 Years' Reputation. COLD MEDALS London, 1800 & 1906, also Paris. NEAVE'S MILK FOOD. FOR THOSE REQUIRING A STARCHLESS MILK FOOD FOR BABIES FROM BIRTH, INSTANTLY PREPARED BY ADDING HOT WATER ONLY, St NOT NEEDING THE ADDITION OF MILK, ETC. DR.—, D.SC., M.D., D.P.H., Public Health Laboratories, London, repor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

8YDNEY.' HEALTHILT SITUATED IN QUIET, CBN-, TRAL POSITION OF CITY. EVERY REFINEMENT AND COMFORT. TRAINS AND STEAMERS MET BY ARRANGEMENT. E. ESURDOCH, agjsap. ^ ©©©©©©©©©©©©©©i3©^!ii©SB©©Q © © © © © © © Can be oured (guaranteed) by taking ^ & ^ All The Finest Liver Tonic in existence. chemiato. 2/ per bottle. O. J. LAWSON, PhaFSKsacBofi © 120 GERTRUDE STREET. FITZROY. ©

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IN THE BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS HARBOUR CITY. TALK OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

TALK OF THE W&EK. It is accepted as inevitable that the people of this State are going io be heavily taxed during the coining year. The Labour Govern ment has spent £2,000,000 which it docs not possess. That money has got to be paid some how. Governments cannot turn insolvent like private individuals, or if they van they do not make a practice of it. No doubt the. Ilolnmn Government would prefer that way out of the -difficulty—but it cannot be. done. So the peo ple have to be taxed. Strangely enough, there is no sign of any new form -if taxation. Sir. Lloyd George in England when a somewhat similar position arose invented a host of new and ingenious methods of taxation. The Hol man Government—no doubt it is a matter for rejoicing—has no original thoughts on the sub ject. They will tax incomes uown to £200, and land, and levy stamp duties. The Incotnc Tax is to • be passed during the February ses sion, and is to be made retrospective. Returns of incomes for 1913 are not; made...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

IRRITATION OF THE SKIN. Ever have any irritation of the skin ? There are many forms of.it, any of l them bad enough to tax your patience. Piles, a plague of the night. No rest for the sufferer Irom that com plaint. Hives don't sound dangerous, but they cause much misery to tnose unfortunate enough to be troubled with tiicm. Eczema, too, the most 'torturing and obstinate of all skin dis eases. But Doan's Ointment is unequalled for every skin trouble. No such ailment can resist its heading, soothing influence. Lots of people know this now. Mrs. E. Hale, 1 Cardigan-street, Balaclava, Melbourne, says "I underwent an operation some tim!e ago, and the wound never healed, and of late years it constantly broke out like a running sore. I suffered great pain and in convenience, and though I tried many things I get no relief. I heard about Doan's Ointment, and sent. for a pot, and I am pleased to say that this preparation 'healed the wound com pletely. I am very grateful to Down's Oint ment fo...

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V.R.C. NEW YEAR'S DAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

V.R.C. NEW YEAR'S DAY MEETING. Turfites who make New Year resolutions and those who do not are likely to be found in force at Flemington to-dav (Thursday), when the Ivew Year's Day Meriting of the Victoria Racing t'lub will be decided. The fixture is one of the time-honoured gatherings of the local turf, and each year T.he programme pro vides much highly-interesting sport. For six events the added money will total 2100sov. Mr. W. A,. Menzies' handicaps read very open, but -the appended selections should run promin ently .i—' New Year Hurdle Race (1 p.m.), two miles. —M'Alpin or Goldfish. Next best, Widden. Standish Handicap (1.45), six furlongs.— Culiiia or Q,uair Burn. Next best, Yarrien. January Steeplechase (2.45), about two miles and a-half.—Vanguard or Bettewynd. Bagot Handicap (3.30), one mile and a-half. —Loch Amos or Atora. Next" best, Flaitli. Criterion Handicap, for two-year-olds (1.15), five furlongs.—Don Solvo or Adorn. January Welter (5.0), one mile.—Recaller or Eishon....

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SPORTING Turf Flotsam and Jetsam. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

Turf Flotsam and Jetsam. By "Omega." Flemington on New Year's Day has been the scene of many memorable racing* contests. In different years throughout the sixties and the seventies the Champion Stakes, Deroy and G.N. Steeplechase were star features of the pro gramme ; but since 1881 the Standish and Bagot Handicaps have held pre-eminent sway. The Standish Handicap takes its name from. Captain Charles Frederick Standish, one of the founders of the Melbourne Cup, and for some seasons chairman of the V.U.C., while the Bagot was so-called to commemorate the name of Mr. R. G\ Bagot, first secretary of tha V.R.C. Originally -the Bagot was a weight-for age. race, but in 1887 it -was made a handicap, and has remained so ever since. For the first three years of its existence the Standish was a mile event, but since William Toll's year it has been run over six furlongs, and Berry Con sol's time of two years ago (1.14) is the re cord for the race. Iliad's 2.35J, put up in 1911, is the fastest ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

-<qB® 325S! W(S> ACME MOTOR CO., 355 LONSDALE ST., MELBOURNE. Deal Sirs,—Knowing your keeu interest in all appertaining to the success of "STARS," and to enable you to put before prospective Clients the best talking argumtents to' further their interests, we wish to acquaint you of the splendid performance set up by a 20.1 H.P. Standard Touring Gar on Brooklands, November 15th. The records assail.id were in the "E" Standard Class, and were held, up to the 15th instant, by the three-litre Grand Prix Sunbeam, whose average was 7-3 m.p.h. This class is confined uo Cars with engines of not more than 3851 cubic centimetres. The Car was driven by Mr. Dick Lisle, which began its work from' a standing start a few minutes after 7 a.m., ana ran continuously for five hours. Avhen a briel rest became necessary to replenish fuel and examine tyres. Just inside three minutes the Car was oft again, and continued the record - breaking. Altogether, the Car .■•.-in for 8-A- hours without...

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JACK IN THE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

JACK IN THE BOX. Mr. Murray.—"Here I am again. You see you can't keep me down.'

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MENTONE R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

MENTONE R.C. Some very attractive sport is promised at Mentone on Saturday afternoon, when Mr. H. J. Buckland will submit a well - filled pro gramme of the usual length. Several first class performers are engasred, and the racing is sure to be keen and well contested. A study of form and other contingencies favours the view- that the appended fancies should run pro minently Hurdle Race (2.30 p.m.), about two miles, twenty yards.—M'Alpin oi Powerful. First Division Handicap (3.0), six. furlongs.— Apiarist or Florenza. N'ext beat, Winning Post. Second Division Handicap (3.30), six furlongs. —Cliica or Week End. Next best, Gunfire. Mentone Handicap (4.0), one mile.—Coolagun yah or Yeneda. Third Division Handicap ('1.30), five furlongs. —Aerial Queen or Kate Howard. Next best, Maloja. Jumpers' Flat Race (5.0), one mile and a quarter.—Sylvanmore or Dominician. Next best. Porch.

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

COURSING. By "SPRINGER." • The charge for advertising Stud Greyhouftds m "Punch" is £3 per Inch per quarter. The rate for advertising Coursing Meetings, Sales of Greyhounds, etc., is 5/ per 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. Xlatadw in each week is the last dar lor receiving Advertisements to be inserted on Coursing p&gea. Amongst "season's greetings" that have reached mi-, I desire specially to acknowledge a neatly-, designed Christinas and New Year card from Mr. G. M. Brownbill, president of the flourishing Mary-. borough Coursing Club, and Mrs. Brownbill, and I . reciprocate most heartily the good wishes - ex pressed therein. With the thermometer standing within a point of the century, it is hardly worth while for a per spiring i::an to try to interest other perspiring men in winter pastimes. The most popular column of any , paper at this season of the y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

do© DISTEMPER POWDERS. 2/6 packet; WORM POWDERS, 1/ cach, 10/ dozen : Alterative Blood Mixture, 2/6 and 4/6 ; Mange Specific, 2/6 bottle ; Tonic and Condition Balls, 2/C box ; Canker Lotion, 2/6 bot.: Eczema Cure (internal), 2/6 bot.; Eczema Ointment, 1/6 tin ; Stimulating Linimcat- lor Rac ing Groyliounds, 3/6 ; Husk Cure, 2/6 bot.; Chorea Pills, 2/6 ; DOG SOAP, 9d. : Puppy Worm Syrup, 1/6 ; Internal Stimulant, 2/C ; Skin Lotion, J/8. Posta^o extra. DOG BISCTTITS. Shirley's Laetol and Worm Capsules stocked. R. W. BEDDOEV3E & GO., OHYMISTS. 254 BOTJRKE STREET, Opposite Opera House, Melbourne.

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COURSING IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

COURSING IN ENGLAND. ^/Misterton.' A ItJrfcfiTs^iafHed close to the banks of JihJ^ SwEeTi on "otliv.(jg^teinber to witness the si/tiijQsj/'o'vided by the BorwaM(liedden) Club. Hares w<fe jAe&iiuij" Wlj jhc management to comiTluSp eAheLflri»t I{Kiyifc plft)Ji'anime just as the lig\tQ"£s failing. The Hasj* was not advanced beydwT^$ti(C^iird the four juveniles to sbare^iii Iftrcf Rapacity (The Lion— Ornipii 11 f-^irfr[,.ru^^TRiicr, d Mark—Royal Con sovt), \Vhit Monday(Caverton—West Wind III.) and Maori Chief (Dooley—Ali Black). Rapacity, who also shared the honours recently of the Scottish National Club, is probably the fastest of the quar tet. Three rounds also sufficed to complete the Oaks, amongst the three dividers being Jenny Diver, wlio shared the Scottish National Oaks. Her co-partner, Earistom, has also performed promi nently, having beaten Distingue a week previous in an important strike. An outstanding feature of this meeting was the success gained by Capta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

ALOK V YOU WANT r© "PUNCH" HARD m AP TAKE Aj W Hm If you want to succeed in busi ness take ''ALOK." If you want long life, take "Alok." "Alok" gives you appetite, nerve, and strength without intoxication. This is not what we think, But what the public say. Chief ingredients: Paw-Paw Fruit, and Kola. THE ORIGINAL AND FAMOUS. "TONIC." All Hotels, with sodawater, 6d. per glass. All Chemists, 2/6 and 3/6 per bottle. ALWAYS ASK FOR— " Fisher's Alok." Wholesale Distributing Agents— TAYLOR, FERGUSSON & CO., King Street. Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

AFTER THE THEATRE "Where shall we go ?' ' The Cafe Fpancais, COLLXNS^STr Next Swanston St_ " MELBOURNE'S PREMIER CAFE."

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