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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

HOW TO PREVENT ACID STOMACHS AND - FOOD FERMENTATION. BY A ETOMACH SPECIALIST. As a specialist who jias spent many years in tlio study and. treatment o£ stomach troubles, 1 have been forced to the conclusion that most people who complain or stomach trouble pos sess stomachs tftat are. absolutely healthy and normal. The real trouble, that which causes all the pain, and difficulty, is acid in tne stom ach, usually <lue to, or aggravated by, food fermentation. Acid .irritates the delicate lining of the stomach, and food fermentation causes wind, which distends the stomach aDnormally, causing that full-bloated feeling. Thus both acid and fermentation interfere with and retard the process of digestion. The stomach is usually healthy and normal, but irritated- almost past endurance by these foreign elements—acid and wind. In all such cases—and they comprise over 90 per cent, of all stomach (iifliculties— the first and only step necessary to neutralise the acid and stop the ferm...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEY-NOTES The Swanston Street Marriage Mart. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

The Swanston Street Marriage Mart. "Argus" treated the Swans ton street Sunday night, promenade and the habits of the young ladies and gentlemen who make iriends at this grand, national turkey trot something that citizens would be surprised to hear about. The citizen whom it would surprise must have been living in a cellar, never venturing forth after nightfall. The promenade is an institution al most as old as Melbourne. It has only been diverted to Swanston-street from Bourke-street of late years. There is a precisely similar grand march (with faint echoes of the Wedding March in the distance) in Svduey, and in every Victorian town or township considerable enough to boast a main street the same procession is in progress every Sunday night that is not wet enough to endanger the security of ducks. And in every place the process is precisely the same, the intention is the same, and results are identical. How ridiculous to treat the little walkings forth of Jim and Jinnie, Dick and Da...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. MONDAY is the Latest Bay in each week lor receiving alterations of running advertisements.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Should Military Training Be Continuous? [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Should Military Training Be Continuous? "Punch" is called on !»y correspondents to elaborate ;the idea that compulsory training will never tie efficient under the Kitchener scheme. The statement in lasT, week's issue that Germans required three full years to do whit Australia tries to do :n ;i few hours was • ' merely a, comlment on the muddled parade at Royal Park, where Melbourne militiamen failed to 'get through ordinary ceremonial parade with ordinary credit. "punch" doe-3 not . think, as •his correspondents do, that the time has ar rived, or is likely to arrive, when Australian youths should be sent to barracks to learn the soldiering trade. It is obvious, however, that we cannot reach that necessary goal of mili tary efficiency unless we get the utmost out of .our few hours of training ; and wei cannot make ourselves secure in peace — as Gteneral Hamilton advises—by being able "to put a Jiole in a headland-shoulders target' at 1000 yards" unless we teach ride-shooting. We must...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australia Paces a New Naval Task. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Australia Paces a New Naval Task. From bo-day Melbourne gets a glimpse ol her new naval glories. At the r.am'e time she had better "be told of her new naval problems. When the majestic battleship Australia swings down Port Phillip this morning, followed in line by the swift armoured cruisers and the waspish destroyers, Melbourne, will know what she has been paying for. A. collateral effect, which will .extend throughout Victoria, will be a stirring of the pulses with national pride. This ds exactly the mental attitude wanted for consideration of the naval question of imme diate moment—'an attitude of national ambi * 'tion, tempered by a decision that for great expenditure great things should be obtained. We want, in fact, tn cnn-iiflm- +Vir> mmctinn ~p further warship construction from 1 lie point of view of national efficiency plus economy. The matter is pressing, because when the new cruiser, Brisbane, is launched in April next, there will be no work for many men, and the most ...

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PUNCH New Series FEBRUARY 26, 1914. POSTAL RATBS FOR PUNCH [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

FEBRUARY 26, 1914. POSTAL RATBS FOR PUNCH To foreign countries the postage on newspapers is—For 4oz. or under. Id. ; for each additional 2oz. or under, |d. To the .United Kingdom, Id., up t| Soz. ; Soz. to 10oz., 2Jd. ; nverv additional 2oz. Jd. If sent wholly by sea, and not more than on& newspaper in each wrapper. Id. for 16oz. This week the postage on "Punch" to the United Kingdom is 2id.; but if sent wholly by sea (wrapped sngly, Id., and to foreign countries, 2Jd. To any of the Australian States, New Zealand, Fiji, British Now Guinea, and New Hebrides, 4d~. All business communications, advertisements, etc.. should be addressed to The Manager, "Punch," Alfred Place,. Collins Street, Melbourne. On no account should correspondents address com munications intended for the paper to members of the staff personally. The Editor will always be glad to receive from Amateur Photographers pictures of Australian land scape Bconery. MSS. or sketches c&nnot be returned uniesB ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

For Cool Comfort! This neatly-finished White Canvas Model is the City's Biggest Value at mori popular than ever. Como and criticise our new full range. Vote carefully the Low Prices.*- You'll own rou've never Been equal values anywhere. ASK FOR CATALOGUE-FREE I LEEMING Shoe Stores, 109 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. 2(17 -9 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. l-» ERROL ST., NORTH MELBOURNE 21B CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN. Tel. Cent. 1799. .The Brightest of all Shoe Shines, GAZEK.A Paste. Large tins, 6d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

SERIOUS CHANCES Are Taken in Neglecting a Simple Case of Piles Any person takes serious chances in neglecting an attack of Piles. This ailment has a ten dency to become chronic, and there is also dan ger of ulceration and forming of fistula, both very difficult to cure. The safest remedy for any form of Piles, whether Itching or Protrud ing, is Doan's Ointment. It causes no deten tion from daily occupation, and the many cures made by it have made it famous in every cor ner of the world. It enjoys a greater demand and more enthusiastic popularity than any other Pile remedy ever placed on the market. Mrs. Marcham, 31 Park Grove, Burnley, Mel bourne, says "For months 1 suffered from Protruding Piles. They were painful, and ham pered me at my work, and I lost many a night's rest. I was advised to give Doan's Ointment a trial, and got some at Hood's Pharmacy, and commenced to use it. It cured me. I strongly recommend Doan's Ointment to all who suffer' with Piles, for it worked won ders i...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. .."Love: The Sweetest Thing in the Universe,'1 is the latest book compiled by Air. ju. \v. cole, of the Book ^'rcade, .Melbourne. Portraits and brief pyelographies of the principal authors, whose choicest sayings on the subject of Love appear throughout the book, are presented in the first 110 opening pages of the work, in his preface Mr. Cole says: "When one has just perused and been impressed with the beauty of a quota tion, it augments the pleasure and interest to be enabled to • conveniently look up and glance upon the face of the writer.'1 The book, which is bound in cloth, is dedicated to the memory of his late wife as a token of gratitude lor her motherly love and care. Two portraits of Mr. Cole are given—-one when he was forty years of age, and another as he is at present—eighty two years of age. Love has been the theme of all the. greatest of the world's writers, poets, and thinkers through all the ages, and will doubtless continue to be the greatest ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CURRENT NOTES. A British Governor and an Australian Battleship. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

OUSSSBMY MOTBM. A British Governor and an Australian Battleship, The outstanding events of the week in Vic toria hajve a curious; inter-relationship. The} are the arrival of the new State Governor, wiho represents the connection of the State with the Crown ; and. the arrival of the new battle ship Australia, which is claimed in some quarters to signify Australia's intention to desert the Crown. Sir Arthur Stanley's wel come was enthusiastic. Thousands of people took part in. it, the streets being lined five and six deep, and the public functions being very largely attended. Several parts of the welcome were unique in extent of enthusiasm'. The navy was similarly welcomed, and the same throats that cheered • the new Governor and Lady Stanley have cheered and will cheer again Sir George Patey and his Australian tars. This is not due to thoughtlessness, or misunderstand ing, or ignorance. Victorians know what Sir Arthur Stanley stands for, and what the Aus tralian Navy stands for, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Commonwealth JgglgJSank of HustraUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS rt EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, TownBville, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or fortVarded for collection. Banking and Exchange liusiness of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed depofiU Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE!* Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Poit Offices throughout thr Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% po>- annum, Deposits or Withdrawals may be mad* at any Branch or Agency win,.-, u.&amp...

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Melbourne Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Melbourne Shows. —Her Majesty's. "Tne Forty Thieves."* —Theatre Royal. "Joseph and His Brethren." —Princess's. "The Rebel." —The King's. "The Ninetv-and-Nine." —Ol'C-a House. Tivoli Vaudeville Company. —Mel Theatre. Continuous Photo-plays. —Britsjnia Theatre. Continuous Photo-plays. —Royal Picture Thentre. Windsor. Photo-plays —St. ICilda Beach. The English Pierrots. —Follies' Theatre, St. Kilda. "The Daffodils." —"Tho Dandies." Esplanade, St. Kilda. —Luna ParK. Esplanade, St. Kilda.

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Sydney Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Sydney Shows. —Her Majesty's Theatre. "Ucme Over Here." —Tlvoli Theatre. Riokards's Tivoli.Company. —Adelplii. "Uncle Tom's Cabin." —Criterion. "Never Say I'ie." —Palace Theatre. "The Land of Nod." —Theatre Royal. "Diplomacy."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

ONE swallow does not make a summer,"— but one swallow of ^ " MITCHELL'S * WHISKY" makes a customer.

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"PASS IT ON!" [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

" PASS IT ON !» According to the "Argus," it is customary, on the rise of goods and labour, to pass on the in creased.-still .further, increased, to the . public?; TJpon the mere threat of a strike, "some retail butchers raised the price of meat to the consumers from 3(» lo 50 per cent. There are adages and mottoes In this world of grand and strife, "And- he must seek the wisest, , Who would lead a happy life— For the man who takes the . biscuit And appropriates the scone Is he, who knows this motto : ~ ^ "It ;is wise to pass it on !" 'Pass it on ! Pass it on—. Don't grumble like a gaby— ■ :? Let the next man "hold the-feiby'' — j Pass it on ! ..If your workmen strike for wages,' - Demanding higher pay, : Don't object or fume in anger, -v But gracafully give way. Put up your price according, Make an end to all your trouble— You can get it from 1.iie public, . Make the customer pay double. Pass it on ! c s; ■ ;• •" Pass it on ! Pass it" on ! * ' Of needs-must make a virtue, Extra wag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

LAJ L_J Revelation in beauty, comfort, and mechanical efficiency, the "Daimler" typifies Quality in a motor car, and sets a new standard In luxurious motoring. In its magnificent engine, power com- It is the Car of Kings and Emperors— bines with silence and liveliness of of His Majesty King George, of their . action with smoothness of effort. In Majesties the King of Spain, the Em its graceful body work the highest art perors of Russia and Japan, and of of the carriage builder finds expression, many other rulers and royalties. Inspect the New 1914 Models. = Catalogues are Free, on Application. Sole Agents for— Daimler, Austin, Delaunay-Belleville, Napier, Cadillac, Buick and Opel Cars. And for the Halley and Lacre Motor Lorries. Ai&dl Co. Ltd., 654-^64 .;BourKc; St, (One door from Spemcer St.) Tasmanian Agents—Tasmanian Motor Co., George St., Launceston. Reduced Prices. have a few 1913 Models of Cadillac, and Delaunay-Belleville Cars and of the Baker Electric Coupes, which, ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

BSSSSB The Pcrsan Is the Best of the Canvas Tyres. In the now and improved type the tread if, narrow, thick, and heavy, and the rubber is where it is most needed. It is similar in shape to the well-known 1'almer Cord Tyre, and constitutes the latest and most ur>-to daif example of Canvas Motor Tyre con struction. SILVERTOWN RUBBER CO., 21-23 Elizabeth St., Melbourne. Gilbert Bldgs,, Gilbert Place, Adelaide.

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MOTOR NOTES FALMER By "Magneto Sparks." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

If future attempts at. lowering the Sydney-Mel bourne road motor - record are prevented, the Ade laide-Melbourne record jnay be attempted. Mr. G. (i. Whit:; is the present /'cider of this. In March, ]900, he did the trip in 20hv. Pnsin. Mr. Murray Aurjger intends to lower this tunc on one of the latest 25 hp. Prince Henry Vauxhalls. atid the re sult is looked forward to with interest. Whilst the Automobile Club has been building its way in the metropolis, it lias soured some hun dreds of country members upon its list. It is ad visable that all motorists should band together to protect their interests, and the A.O.V. is an insti tution that has bi:il•- its way up with this always in its mind. Of course, so far as the social nart of the indoor life of the club is concerned, country members cannot very well participate to any {treat extent in this. And ycz perhaps there is a way out by going in "big puns" for something on a iarge scale—building a big clubhouse with its gar age attached...

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GREENROOM GOSSIP ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

GREENROOM GOSSIP ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS "F.N.T." (Sydney).—You will see a par. on the subject this issue. "B.N." (Essendon).—"The Gicat. Awakening" was given by Miss Maud Ilildyard at thrf Theatre Royal on 13th March, 1908. "J.D.B." (Newcastle, N.fc'.W.).—Quite correct about the "Djin Djin" panto., but we Wouldn't swear to the lady's age From what we hre- able to learn here, you can't bi; very far out, though. Hugh C. Buckler, who is now appealing at the Little Theatre, Sydney, was originally in tended for the mercantile marine, and was edu cated to that end on H.'M.S. Worcester. Sub sequently he went .to sea as an apprentice ; but found marine life very disappointing and the beauty of, the water much exaggerated, so he gave up seamanship and invaded the stage. He has been an actor for a long time now, and has probably never regretted leaving the rolling wave tfor a more secure footing, on the stage. Fred Niblo has achieved his lates-t success in "Never Say Die," a three-act come...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Krise's FltaW Mifaesla jriSr.. A MILD AFBRIENT FOR ^ LADIKS AND CHILDH®H, ralacfi iMgl, SYDNEY'S nnv © A =? l%hm s Bay Beautiful Harbour Views. Unsurpassed Accommodation. Moderate Tariff. The Hotel has recently undergone Extensive Up-to-date Alterations. For particulars, wrlto to the Proprietor, L. I'ATJI.SEN (Late Captain North Coast Steamera). Aooommodaflon. Everything Up-to-Data Write or 'phone for particulars. MANAGER. Tels.—City 728, and Central 193$, The MAKBLE BAR attached la, the handiomeat bar Id -

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