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Mining. BALLARAT— [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

BT " L B. D.'" ballarat— . A scrutiny of reports from Llanberris No. 1 shows that the company are still getting pay able stone in several places. In south workings at 1130ft. close to • the boundary there are fair faces of payable stone. In the intermediate south drive a break came in, and this is now being-followed in the hope of picking up stone .on the south side. It is reported that full (faces of payable stone are showing in both the north and south stopes. Good progress is 'being made with (the south drive at 1030ft., where there is payable stone extending almost for the full width of the drive. In addition to this there are veins of quartz showing gold oh the eastern side. The company are prospecting the western side with stopes over the back, and ihere are full faces of payable stone here. To the north of the break good prospects are be ing-met with in ^underhand stopes. 1 To the north of the main crosscut the company are driving in a westerly direction, and are opening up a...

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

Nothing Nicer than a Stewart Dawson Watch Bracelet THE more conversant you are with Watch Values, the more convinced you will be that Stewart Dawson's offer you the most substantial values in their new Watch Bracelets. That refinement in quality and superior worth that goes with each purchase effected shows up remarkably in our splendid Watch Bracelet Offer. Each is a thoroughly-good timekeeper, of lasting quality and most pleasing pattern* Nothing would suit a pretty wrist better than to have one of these low-priced and beautiful modern conceptions in Jewellery always by you. Every article is plainly priced and inspection is greatly facilitated, rendering shopping here both pleasurable and profitable. The It o lex Lever Gold-filled Expanding Watch Bangle, in a variety of patterns. All at one price. £3/5/. We can strongly ieeommend this class of Watch as being sure to give greater satisfaction and longer wear than many of tho cheap all-gold ones now offered to the public. Presents f...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEAUTY-DESTROYING NERVE AFFECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

BEAUTY-DESTROYING NERVE AFFECTIONS. Ageing blemishes can only.be removed by the use of the true Nerve Foo l, "Antinearasthin," which revitalises the entire nervous system in a remarkable and permanent manner. Antineuras thin will help drawn, haggard, old-looking faces, marred by a network of disfiguring lines, to regain their youthful appearance and charming contour ; the eyes will recover their former brightness and charm, and the face, instead of appearing shrunken and emaciated, to become smooth, graceful and glowing with perfect health. "Antineurasthin" is not a drug or patent medicine ; it is. purely a Nerve Food, and as such has been prescribed by famous physicians in cases of Insomnia, Neurasthenia, Nervous ness, Irritability, etc., all of which are caused by a breakdown. of the Nervous System, and do more than anything else to add to a woman's age. "Antineurasthin" is put up in handy tablets, which are.easily dissolved in the mouth; it is convenient and palatable to take, an...

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

„ T"lU!^ fif •!i Nu/je'lE//ij (Fron: a photo). That Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are an ideal woman's remedy is vouched for by Nurse Ellis, who has practised as a ladies' nurse in Ballarat for the past forty years. About twelve years ago, during a critical stage of her life, she found these pills of great assistance, and ever since then has always recommended them to her patients with such satis factory results that she has never had a complaint j regarding their efficacy. Nurse Ellis sends her photo in addition to the following letter:— 1 on Street, Ballarat West, : Vic Gentlemen.—Some twelve years ap.o a lady friend of mine persuaded my takinc Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. A that period it was my chan^o of life, so critical to many women. I found them an exivik-nt medicine in my case, removing that eiddiness which had been 60 frequent', and consequently I have every confidenco in Dr." Morse's Indian Root Pills', as T am now invariably possessed of Rood health sincetheir use. Bei...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANSWERS TO MININGCORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

ANSWERS TO MININGCORRESPONDENTS "Anxious.'-'—1. 'Central. Red, White and; Blue arc still unsatisfactory,• and the position lips'; hardly altered at all since • you inquired, about the pros pects of the stock three or" four weeks,' iigft. The whole trouble is that the company,'have .not met with the results anticipated in "the.-dei'-pei- work ings. It was felt at. first that when .operations were well advanced at 800ft." and 8S(»ItV.-.ii profit able reef would be'opened up. Indeed, «t the be ginning there scorned; to be some ground for this assumption, as when the reef was" firs J; met -with it was not without promise. However* we have been adopting the cautions attftv.de regarding the stock from the firsthand tjiis certainly seems to be. the correct' one. In the shallower levels tho position.is not so satisfactory as it .might be. and it is realised that if the company -.is going to figure as a prominent gold-producer for * some time to come, it will have to op;p. up,' new ground. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Mitchell's Old Irish Whisky Delightful flavour, smoothness and delicious mellowness Is the Guarantee of its Perfect Maturity. Telephone, Central &97B. Telegrams : "Robertson," Exchange, Molbournt. H$ J, Rob&ft&on (Member of Stock Exchange of Melbourne), STOCK & SHARgBROKER, 371 COLLINS STREET. Agents in all Centres. NOBEL-GLASGOW EXPLOSIVES Are World-Renowned for GOLD FINDING. 1 DALGETY & CO. Ltd., Sole Agents, jl

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

•tott's New. Premises Am Heal Building—*—••Ideally Equipped WH®i we recently moved to the commodious building we now occupy it was with the determination to make of lit the Finest Business College Premises in Melbourne. In itself the building was ideally suited to our purpose-centi ally situated, architecturally academic, large, with spacious, well-lighted, cosy rooms. No expense, thought, or trouble has been spared to provide a most complete and up-to-date equipment-to ensure students working under ideal conditions and with the most modern machines and appliances at their disposal. In pursuance of this policy we have just installed -in addition to those already in use— SO Hew Underwood Typewriters. Illustrated Prospectus on request. STOIT'S College NEW ADDRESS— 96-100 Russell Street, One door from Collins Street. y'tz-t1 i) v1,»' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

NURSE. CATTELL. OF J25 HIG-HETT ST., RICHMOND, VICTORIA, LINGUIST AND PROFESSIONAL NURSE, Writes her opinion of Clam^nts Tonic in the following forcible manner :— ■CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "It is twenty-nine rears since I, received my certificate for. efficiency in m'aternity nursing. I am well known to" many members of the medical profession here. I particularly wish to mention the marvellous effects Clements Tonic had upon my daughter, who, in New South Wales at the time, suffered weakness, as the result of illness. It was then, after your Tonic Medicine was given to her, that I wit nessed its rapid effect upon htr, and what it will do for a sick person. Jt brought back all her lost vitality, and made her woll again. "Yours truly, "(Signed)' NURSE CATTELL." If you have rheumatic, neuralgic or sciatic pains, caused by sluggish liver or weakened digestive processes, or if you have neuralgic sick headache, or sufier from Brain Fag, Poor Sleep, Low Spirits, Constipation, Indigestion, pr Pa...

Publication Title: Punch
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IN THE BILE FOR BILIOUSNESS HARBOUR CITY. TALK OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

rALK OF THE WEEK. Judge. Heydon's conclusions regarding, the cost of living were) very aptly made public just as the m.eat strike was assuming formidable propor tions. Judge Heydon is the President of "the Arbitration Court,, and in that capacity con ducted a judicial enquiry into the cost of liv ing, with the object of fixing what seemed* to he a fair living wage for the worker in New South Wales. In the end he decided that no .\vorkman should he1 paid less than £2/8/ a week. For light work be fixed the wage at 8/6 a 'day, which means 51/ a week. For ordinary work 8/9 a day, which is equivalent to 52/6 a week, and for heavy -work at 9/ a day, or 54/ a weak. The £2/8/ he regarded as a set minimum, below which no wage ought to go, 'and -he recommended that in industries, where boards had fixed the minimum wage at less than this implications should be made for -an increase. The butchers' demands were for wages varying from £3 upwards. Judge Heydon has always viewed the position of lli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Antnmn Hats The "Hltchy-Koo" 4/11 Post Free Fine White Felt, trimmed with Peter sham Band :::: An ideal Hat for Qlrls. The "AMtomobifie' 6/11 Post Free Smart Motor Cap, of Suede Cloth— all Fashionable Colors The "Soy-Wester" New Patent Leather Hat, colored Suede Band and under Brim. The Latest thing in Hats 7/8 Posf Free The "Come Over Here" Smart Black Velvet Hat, with Crush Crown— worn by Fashionable women everywhere 10/ Post Free WHITE NOW. SEND POSTAL NOTES. MILLER'S: Feather Shop, Corner 80URKE and SWANSTON STREETS, MELBOURNE. 207 Chapel St., PRAHRAN. 188 Smith St., COLLINGWOOD. pllllligSj HEARNE'S ironcMtls Cur I© the Finest Remedy In tfiie World For COUGHS and COLDS. "Seven years ago I had ASTHMA so badly I could not speak for a week. A friend advised me to take HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE which soon CURED me. Since then, I take it whenever I get a Cold, and it keeps the Asthma off." _ GOOLWA, S.A. '°1 am a Nurse and have recommended HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE to many sufferers. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

A skin can be called "greasy" when it is ab normally oily and shiny. In such a case the complexion acquires by degrees a pasty and muddy appearance, find blaekhc.ids arc a fre quent accompaniment. The remedy is frequent washing in warm water with Valaze Soap and Voskpasta, and the application three or four times a day of Valaze Liquidine, which has a iircct influence on the pores, and, stimulating them, frees them of over-abundant secretion. In addition, Valaze Blackhead and Open Pore Cure should be used at night, followed by a slight application, by means of a hot towel, of Valaze Skin Food, in accordance with special direc tions given for that purpose. Allowing the Blackhead and Open Fore cure to remain on for about a quarter of an hour before rinsing the face produces more effective results. A suitable face powder for this greasy condition is . Valaze; Complexion Powder. Occasional •steaming of the face with Valaze -Vromatic Herbs is important, and should bo. always fol lowed up ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

For INFANTS & INVAUDS. H Admirably adapted to the wants of Infants." —Sir Chat. A. Cameron, C.B., M.D. Food A Mother's 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 , . . • . much used by mothers nursing and by invalids." Has for many years been used In the Russian Imperial Family. .Nearly 00 Years'Reputation. COLD.JMEDALS London, 1900 & 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, & NOT NEEDING THE ADDITION OF MILK, ETC. DR.—, D.SC., ...

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SOCIAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

SOCIAL GOSSIP. Society turned up in faultless evening- suits and chic theatre -wraps to view the performance of '.'Diplomacy" at the lloval on Saturday, and (according, to some,'of the critics-) half of them went away wailing with disappointment. Irene Brown's frocks and hats were realities not to lie trifled with or criticised. Her type, includ ing as it does all the slouchiness and ultra modtrnism that fashion now demands, is well suited to show off the weird appare? and head p-ear 'designed by the smartest milliners and dressmakers. Her hats : arc particularly worthy of notice. One soecimen boasted a fairly wide turned-up brim of. biack velvet ; to this was added a perfectly useless but rather effective crown of black tulle, and a hilarious - looking •• mount: of white, fluttering feathers-.on-'a spike. The shade of her gowns is mostly black through" out, with auxiliary colour schemes forming belt tunic or sash to help . out. Mis. Brough is delightful as a Society ginndmother ; b...

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COURSING. THE ENGLISH WATERLOO CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

COURSING. By "SPRINGER." THE ENGLISH WATERLOO CCP. The result of this year's greatest coursing event was more oagerly anticipated than ever previously by Australian leashmeu from the fact that Mr. Oscar JTscho was making a boll effort to gain the highest honours t'aat :i courser could aspire to with his brace of greyhounds, Captain Wood and Once Australia (late Ena's Delight). The venture, however, as wo learn by cable, failed ; but the popular Dctor-couxser received some small solatium for defeat in tho Cap by capturing the Wateiloo Plate with On-e Australia, who, according to the brief but eulogistic criticisms of the English covirsing Press, gained a splendid victory. It is something of a coincidence that the South Ajs tralian-bred bitch should defeat in the final of the Waterloo Plate a full orotl.er to Tide Time, who stopped her further progress in the second round of the Waterloo Cup. It was a little sweet revenge, at all events. Both Air. Asche's greyhounds were up against we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

If you Buy a Car, Buy the Best, Write for particulars. Arrange Trial Rufi. doq M&mGmm. DISTEMPER POWDERS. 2/6 packet ; WORM POWDERS, 1/ each, 10/ dozen : Alterative Blood Mixture, 2/6 and 4/6 : Mange Specific, 2/6 bottle ; Tonic and Condition Balls, 2/G box : Canker Lotion, 2/6 bot.; Eczema Cure (internal), 2/6 bot.; Eczema Ointment, 1/6 tin : Stimulating Liniment lor Rao tnff Greyhounds, 3/6 ; Husk Cure, 2/6 bot.; Chorea Pills, 2/6 ; DOG SOAP, 9d. : Puppy Worm Syrup, 1/6 ; Internal Stimulant, 2/6 ; Skin Lotion, S/6. Postage extra. DOG BISCUITS. Shirley's Lactol nnd Worm Capsules stocked. R. W. BEDDO^E & GO., CHYMISTS. 254 BOTJRK.E STREET. Opposite Opera House, Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

A delectable and sparkling selection of the World's Most Famous Motor Cars : — Fiat F-N. Austro-Daimler Adler &C.. &C. Purveyors of i THE CHAMPAGNE OF MOTORING. To the Australian Public. Sunbeam Rover B.S.A. Ford &c., &c. SAY when for a Trial Hun please: The Pick of the Auto Basket is undoubtedly _ AT Tarrant Motors Pty. Ltd. 104-112 Russell St., Melbourne, Pioneers, Founders and Leaders of the Motor Car, Motor Body, and Motor Car Accessory Industries in Australasia. SAY where to Mail Catalogue. See How They Run! See How They Run ! N.B. —The Farmer*s Wife won't want to lop any of the elegant features of this lovely little Road-Mouse. The Catalog tells you why. #a i #te Ksuiuiug let is juu uui iy. | ACNE MOTOR I EMGIEERINE CO # 355 LONSDALE STREET, MELBOURNE. % J Have You Bought a Motor Car ? If not, remember when doing so that THE BODY makes the car. We design aud build Motor Bodies to order for any make, in any style, at Most Recsonnhlo Rates. Steven...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

The Place for Tyres. .. The .r 18 Red Cross" M©4®r Tyre Hospital '£ he Largest and Most Lp to-Date Premises in Australia, 401-403 Swanston St., Corner of Lif Me Lairobe Street, Telephone. Centra) 1*75. We DON'T Sell Motor Cara Bat We Do Sell EVERYTHING A MAN REQUIRES FOR MOTORINd. BUCKLEY & NUNN Ltd. g SUNSHINE HflWi CMS PTY. LTD., COLLINS STREET. Siddeley - Deasy, fhe Car of Perfect Comfort A Car which, besides being absolutely Reliable in Mechanical Details, is so equipped as to ensure the Perfect Com-* fort of the Passengers Under Every Cir cumstance. ALSO AGENTS FOR Lanchester, Vauxhall, Delage, Overland, Cottin-Desgouttes and Daimler Omnibuses and Lorries. WRITE US FOR DETAILS. §14 ! f 4 ('Tis the Car with a Conscience). Note the following Improvements in our New 1914 Models 1. Delco System Electric Self-starter and Lights. 2. Car Painted all French Orey (not like a hoarse). 3. Khaki Hood. 4. Oversize Tyres. The Oaklands is the Car for You. SIHPLE I SBLEOT I STURDY ! ME...

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Some Narrow Escapes. MISS SIMPLICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Some Narrow Escapes. S\ || By Adam Bachelor. MISS SIMPLICITY. .'The case of Miss Ohristobol Fair weather is one-of the most interesting of my varied ex periences. 'mat was an escape of which 1 am as proud as Latude, of his famous escape from ilie Bastile in the eighteeuf.h centui'y, or Jacques UasonoVa of his equally famous get-away from Piombi in Venice. Their escapes were com plicated, mine was simplicity itself. in art, as . in mechanics, simplicity is the ideal. When I made the acquaintance of Miss Chris tobel Fair weather I was the hope and. pride of a Melbourne monthly called "Hearth and Home," a publication designed mainly to pro vide an outlet for the iorvid literary impulses of the Rev. Horace Wellmet. The intentions of the Rev. Horace were the best in the world, but for all that his most meritorious and seemly publication, The Hearth and Home," was something in the na ture of a confidence trick, played by the Rev. Horace on seven worthy members of bis church —the Seven Ric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

- Sifrm&ett \ The eye-glass thafadds grace and beauty to the (ace Nothing but the lenses arid the graceful arch of the spring visible. No holes or screws through the lenses to cause breakage: The Firmseli Way ii the New Way ALFRED NOTT, Ophthalmic Optician, Onlt Addbebs— 145 Collins St., ielbourne. Corner RubmII St.. opp. Soots' OkvA. Phone 2684 Central. •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

WEAR AND TEAR. As the years roll on in their trackless course, the stress and strain of modern existence slow ly but surely have their effect, and, as we ap proach middle life, most of us suffer from ail ments , such as rheumatism, glut, re.i flgia, lumbago, sciatica, anaemia, indigestion, "bilious ness, jaundice, sick-headache, general debility, gravel, stone and bladder troubles. The ineffi cient action of the kidneys :ind ih er is the prime factor when we suffer from one or more of these complaints, and 111 such cases it is necessary to restore the kidneys and liver to health and activity ere a cure can be effected. Warrt.r's Safe Cure possesses remarkable curative and re storative properties in kidney and liver dis orders, and sufferers from any" one of theabovo mentioned ailments are confident!} reconimeii'i cd to at once ^eek the aid of Warnar's Sa[t: Cure in order that the uric and biliary poisons, the retention of which causes the affliction, may be removed from the system, ...

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