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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

WHAT THE SKIN NEEDS. The finest features with a bad skin make an ugly face. On the other hand, plain features with a good com plexion may even make a beautiful face, and can never fail to be attrac tive. Of all physical attributes, a good complexion is the best russet for '• those who . have to push their way , in ' ■ this world. Persons with a prepos-. - - sessing appearance have a great ad- . ! vantage over others in obtaining good. ' positions. The fact is important in this age, when so many either have to, or prefer to, earn their own liv- . ing. A good-looking iace will always . ; . be given a chance. We recommend Dermo Balm as the best Toilet and Medicinal Skin Cream for general arid continued use. Dermo - -..aim is sold by the leading chemists at 2/ per jar, • or posted to any address by Chemist Cheshire and Co., 112 Elizabetli-st., Melbourne (opp. J. M'Ewari's).' " : " MM, Speedie & Co,, 201,203,205,207,209 ELIZABETH STREET, Opp. Melbourne G.P.O., Rome Furnislnrs, OF...

Publication Title: Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

'Admirably adapted to the wants of Infants." —Sir Cfaos. A. Cameras. C.B., MLD. Food A Mother'o Testlnionr: Mrs. J- Kain, 6, Rockingham Road. Don caster, writesDOCTOR AOVISED ME TO GIVE MY TWIN BOYS OF SIX WEEKS OLD YOUR NEAVE'S POOD. 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 much 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, 1900 & 1000, also Paris. NEAVE'S MILK FOOD. FOR THOSE REQUIRING A STARCHLESS MILK FOOD FOR BABIES FROM BIRTH, INSTANTLY PREPARED BY ADDING HOT WATER ONLY. & NOT NEEDING THE ADDITION OF MILK, ETC. DR.—, D.SC., M.D., D.P.H., Public Health Laboratorie...

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SYDNEY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

SYDNEY SOCIAL. ■ Socially things have bean very dull this week, •most of the few happenings being due to various persons deciding to quit the continent in favour of other lands*. The members of the Royal Sydney Yacht Cluib gave an evening party at their delectable diggings at Kirribilli on Friday. The various amusements provided included a band and a biograph show, where scenes of travel, pictures various industries and such like instructive subjects were screened for the edification of the visitors. The Royal Yacht Club has formed the habit of giving these merry parties at in tervals, the excuse this time being the presence in our midst of visiting Victorian yachtsmen. Those who wtere snared to this one included— Mr. ;and Mrs. Jackson Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Richardson, Mrs. Prank Albert, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hilliard, Mr. and Mrs. Trebeck, Mr. J. A. Minnett, Mrs. T. W. Bremner, Mr. S. D. flVPLaren, Mr. Oliver, Mr. Walter Marks, Mr. and Mrs. St. John Tucker, Mr. and v"Vlrs. Gre ville...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

Madame Jeauue ttrola in Arduous Operatic Roles. "It has been the surprise and delight of music-Jo vors and thcatre-pco'-rs to witnessthe lavish display of vo.-al ability and operatic talent so unquestionably possessed by Madame Jeanne Brola. the distinguished soprano of tl:f! Quinlan Opera Company. Madame Brola! n:j.s dpserv. cjly become intensely pc.pular with Australian music-lovers ; but she freely ad rrvts tliui so treat and exhausting hnve been her duties that she would undoubtedly have suffered fr-j::i a great mentul f.r.d physical breakdown were it not for the fact that f.he tojk Clements Tonic, the ideal medicine for ths artist mid professional. Her tribute to this splendid strength-giving and health-p'.'e n-rving ni'didne is nerc published. Her Majesty's Theatre, Sydney, Dec. 3, 1913, CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "The Quinlan Opera Season is fast drawing to a close, and before leaving Australia I would esteem it a favour if you would allow me to express my opinion of your splendid t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

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Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Some Narrow Escapes. I DO NOT WED HENRIETTA. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

& Some Narrow Escapes. § :V Bv Adam Bachelon. JJ ^ "J I DO NOT WED HENRIETTA. The Falbe affair took place somewhat early in my artistic career. I was not twenty when the editor, proprietor, canvasser and foreman of printers attached to the Boonarable ''Gazette" came to Melbourne, in quest of a cheap etching plant and a low-priced black-and-white artist. 1 was a low-priced black-and-white artist. I had been doing rudimentary drawings for week lies here and there, and having them returned regularly by insolent- editors, and Cooper's offer of two guineas a week seem'ed princely. Cooper had studied the art of etching in books, and was possessed of a fine set of theories about the production of process blocks. He purposed adding to his emoluments and of fices by becoming etcher for the "Gazette." "See, son," he said, "peoplc're dead set on iflustrated advertisements nowadays, and I reckon that if I can show them nice pictures boosting their goods they'll come at the 'Ga zette's' ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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V.A.T.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

V.A.T.C. MACES'. The Autumn Meeting of the Victoria Amateur Turf Club will conclude at Oaulfield on Satur day afternoon, when the brilliant success of the opening day should be well maintained. The star item will be the rich Futurity Stakes, which has attracted a splendid field of high class horses. All the other events are well filled, and some splendid racing should be wit nessed. Horses likely to shape with distinction are St. Clair Trial, special weights (1 p.m.), six furlongs.—Eltham or Aye Aye Sir. Next best, Pernickety. Alma Stakes, for two-year-old" (2.0), six fur longs.—Traquette (if skirt), Andesin'e or Fi delio. WoodclifT Handicap (2.-10), one mile three fur longs.—Effervescence or Walla! a. Seventeenth Caulfield Futurity Stakes (3.25), seven furlongs.—Jolly Beggar or Captain White. Next best, Audacity and Popinjay. Stanley Steeplechase (•!."*>, about two miles, three furlongs 80vd.—The Guide or Tinto. Next best, Muston. Hawksburn Handicap C i.40), six furlongs.— Four ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBVIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

is is ^ " -Jr O BVIO U The Girl.—'"I was weighed yesterday—ten stone and half-a-pound." The Galoot.—''Ah ! . And the half-pound —that, I suppose, represented the clothes?"

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. Turf Flotsam and Jetsam [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

Turf Flotsam ai&d Jetsam By "Omega." Judged by the past tecords, Ine winning oi the Oakleigh Plate and Newmarket Handicap by the same horse is one o! the most difficult of racing doubles. It is thirty years since the Oakleigh Plate was first run, and nineteen of its winners have endeavoured to capUac the sub sequent Newmarket; but only throe horses have succeeded. These were Malua, William Tell and Wakeful, a trio of rare performers. Tiirce other horses, in Wild Rose, T-^eadant, and Queen o' Scots, won both races, but not in the same year. After Wild Rose had won the Oakleigh Plate in record time, she started a much-fan cied candidate for the next Newmarket, but bould only run fifth. Resolute won the Oak leigh Hate , in brilliant style, but 'failed to get closer than fourth in the Newmarket.. Irish man started a hot favourite for both races, and after running away with the Caullield event, could get no closer than third at Flemington. Blairgour, Queen o' Scots, and Burri, th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

MITCHELL'S OLD IRISH WHISKY, MILD, MELLOW, MATURED.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

"Ronatds"and Central Floral Studio, Pimlmta, 99 SWANSTON STREET. BON VOYAGE BASKETS 01 BOUQUETS lent to BOAT or TRAIN. Sneeialty—BASKETS for SALOON TABLES, fi || THE MOST UP-TO-DATE IN AUSTRALIA. 11 THE HOUSE FOR I-IAIIl DYE I Nil. Institut de Beaute de Paris. THE SECRET OF THE HAREM, ORIENTAL VEGETABLE HAIR DYE. Dyes to any shade, even il spoiled by chomi cals. ARTISTIC HAIRWORK TRANSFORMA TIONS. SWITCHES. &e. Moderate Charges. DE WOLF ET PAEHSCH LADIES' HAIRDRESSERS. HAIR and SKi!>r SPECIALISTS, WICMAKERS. ic., ,'ic., OEN'TREWAY, COLLINS ST. "Phone 4724 W

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

WHEME TO GO. See Inside Front Cover. { "OSMAN" ©IVES Aft AIR OP COMFORT & ftf^MEMENT TO TME ROOM. SF^F$ eVfiwv- eras' Ob8atea!^3Q ALL Mil IBIKI8

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SOCIAL. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

Coming Events. Notifications under this head -are charged at the rate of 1/ lor three lines (about 18 words) per insertion. The Manager reserves the right to cut notice exceeding three lines. ./(Australian Cap Day).—Mrs. John Mof fat. Mrs.'*!?'Millear and Mrs. Bertie Austin give a rAall i» the S\. Kilda Town Hall. gfli, jviftrcij.—Hawthorn Ladies' Swimming Club An "nual Carnival/ to he held Hawthorn City Baths, nvening. Gejftlemcn admitted. Entries closf 4th ~"7'Tareh Ridgewell, lion, see.. Hawthorn Citv MBaths.,^''^ Slarch.—Mayoral Reception at St. Ivilda. 31st March.—Opening of the Loan Exhibition of Old F'.irniture, Silver, China, Textiles and Prints at Federal Government House. President, Her Excellency Lady Denman ; lion, treasurer. Lady Creswiill : hon. organising sec., Miss Marv Chom ley, 8 Brucj-st., Tooralc. 1st May.—Iiepertory Theatre Ball, Melbourne Town Hall. Tickets, 10/6 ; balcony. and 5/.

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FRUITERERS' ANNUAL PICNIC. HELD AT QUEENSCLIEF ON 4th FEBRUARY, PER S.S. "WEEROONA." MR. W. J. MOORE TO MISS I. WATKINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

(TROUP OF PICNIC COMMITTEE (MR. J. BROWN, RESIDENT). '■ 1 ..JJIJ.UMUUH. I..|!J.»1-MIMII1 1 1 H—IMU.I.I J UUHWPIH. .1 <11* J.II J .11 i ... lllH II. ■. PRESIDENT CONGRATULATES WINNER OP ASSOCIATION RACE. FRUITERERS' ANNUAL PICNIC. HELD AT QUEENSCLIFP ON 4th FEBRUARY, TER S.S. "WEEROONA." photof. by Alian Studios STARTF.JiS IK SINGLE LADIES' RACE. STARTERS IN THE MEMBERS WIVES' RA.CE. STARTERS IN THE FIRST HEAT OP THE MARRIED LADIES' RACE. AIR. W. J. MOORE TO MISS I. WATTCTNSON. The Rov Father Btnson celebrated a pretty wnd dimc in St. Stanislaus's Church, Toorak. on Wed nesday, 11th February. The bridegroom was Mr. Walter ,r. Moore, younpost nor of Mrs. Jamc-. Mrw.ro r.S r,, Moore, of "Fitzroy House," St. Kilda-road, ai\d the bride Miss Use Watkinson, only daughter of Mrs. M. Watkinson. of ' Mandevillc Hall," Toorak. The Utile church was beautifully decorated bv Miss A'ice T>odd'\vith white flowers and soft foliage. An arch was erected across the aisle, covered with fer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

Style... | Supremacy In Corsetry! I I I I I § € § I 1 After much tribulation of thought, many women who aspire to a decided distinctive note in dress have found the haven of satisfaction is only at tained hy wearing French Corsets s No other make is possible to the woman who see^s the true fashion note of style and effect, because French Corsetierres are the only authoritative style creators—they have too much originality to imitate, as thep are imi tated h\) less experienced makers. The fines: French Corsets are the world famous Rffij'PD" Rustless Corsets.

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A PROGRESSIVE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

A PROGRESSIVE LIBRARY' Tl:e Pr.'chrnn City Council has just received the report of the City Librarian (Mr. A. E. M'Mickcn) for the vear 1913. From this it is gathered thit the toto.1 attendance for the vear reached 148.821. .inclusive of \3.irA for Sundays. Three hundred ani tw>n'y-five vo'umes had been artdoJ. A ne.v feature ii connection wifii 1-he library war. the in trctiiictir.i of an Index to Periodicals vhich is be ing reg'i!f.ily Kept. By this mean'; visitors ure enabled to oH.ain a elide to all artide3 contained in the principal reviews, and alre.idv 690 indi vidual articles have beea tabulate 1. Mention w.is mnde of the successful library lectures, also the dp'-flopm^nts in connection with the proposed Frc* ter-dinc Branch, which the found! hopes to in aururato. Mr. F E. Meleng, the Sec-etarv of the Insti tutes Association of S.vith Australia, has recently heen on a visit to W',lbuu.,ne. While here he con ferred at length with Mr. A. E. M'Mi:l<e!!, the hoi. s...

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A SMART WALKING [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

A SMART VVAL,is.Li\U !• The itbove design is wonderfully smart and prae ti-.ul. lf. is devehpec- rn face cloth, with a collar of whit-j faced cloth. The details of this design uie out of the or 'inar.v. Note the odd-shaped poc ket;'. the long cellar with rounded ends, and '-lie unusual front closing, also the lone Bishop sleeves, which are ,retii'-nin^ with all their old popularity.

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Woman's Sphere. FRUIT CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

Woman's Sphere. • FBTT1T OHEEFE. Stone lib. of dates, add to them lib. of seedless mi.iins, .Lib. oi liys, Jib. of candied cherries, ifb. of i-lanci.ed almonun, Jib. of Brazil nut meats, and Jib. of walnut Jiieat. Put all xhroupra a food chop per. than.&ll one leaspo'mful of orange essenet and tw.; tcas..oonru!s of vanilla essence. Can be made int<^ small balls and dipped m melted chocolate, or cut into Mocks. # ♦ * * TTIE ZO'TAVE bodice. The zouave jacket has come back again, and seuns lively to be a rival to the blouse. it is lOi.K enough at the back to be pushed over the belt. The froiit is loose, and opens over an under vest. Tliey many of them have turnover collars, eds?d with fur waistcoats. • • • • THE FRONT TRAIN. Softniss is an essential for all materials, whether they b3 fcilk or wool, considering the prevailine style la- dressmaking. One of the latest notions is n dress with a front train. The fashion leaders of the Direcloire period had them, and hence...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

Pauline et Cie, TIE CENTREWAY COLLlftS ST. Are now holding their FIRST SHOW of Autumn and Winter Models SECOND FLOOR, CENTREWAY. . .' : Tel. <54615.

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LIVE STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Fat Sheep.—Prime crossbred wethers from 19/ to 22/. a few to '23/9, cood from 17/ti to lS/f>. sec ond l-VC to 17/, prime crossbred ewes lfi/fi to IS/, extra 18/6 to 20/9, pood 14/ to 15/9, second and inferior from 10/, prime merino wethers from 11/ to 19/, extra to 20/6, gdocl 15/ to 16/fi, second 13/ to J'!/, inferior from 1l/f>. with merino cwts from 8/ to 17/, old. low-conditioned sorts at low fipriires. Fat Lambs.lbl'rime lambs from 1.1/fi to 15/. <'xtr:\ .1.1/9 to 17/, a few to 15/0, pood from 12/C> to 13/3. second from 10/6 to 11/9, few small less.

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