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SOCIAL. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

soemL: Coming Events. Notifications under this head are charged at the rate o{ 1/ for three lines (about 18 words) per insertion. The Manager reserves the right to out down any notice exceeding three lines. 1st April. 1914, <md Four Following Days.—Bazaar, Frahrnn Town Hall, in aid of Alfred Hospital. May, 1914.—Early in month. Repertory Theatre Fnnd Ball. In the presence of the Governor General and Lady Denman. Melbourne Town Hall. Tickets 10/6. Hon. sec., Mrs. Gregan M'Halion. ...Oxford Chambers.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOSEPH HIGGINS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

JOSEPH HIGGINS. A Rising Light-Weiglit Horseman! _ 3 One of tho promising jockeys of the seas,tlic Flemington" light-weight, Joseph A. HigRins.N^Ho Ts apprenticed to tho well-known mentor, Chris. MbeM. Higglns is a native of Sonierville, in the Fran!? ston district, an4 will not celebrate his eighteenth birthday until 24th March. He won his first race at Moonee Valley on 4th December, 1912, on-Royal ■Silver, and claims altogether twenty-nine riding suc cesses, all achieved in a little over twelve .months. Hig-gins's principal wins are the V.A.T.C. Glen Huntly Cup on Nari and the V.R.C. Spring. Handi cap on TVIonodia. Higgins rides a well-judged race, and possesses a fine pair of hands. He goes to scale at 6st. MISS MINNIE EVERETT, Who Invented and Arranged the Ballets, Marches and Grou;j!nes of "The Forty Thieves" Pantomime. MR. ARTHUR DON, Ihp April Fool in "The Land of Nod,- now beine produced at The Kind's Theatre, Melbourne. MR. ALBERTO MARINI, The Famous Italian y'Tcnor, appear...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

WHERE TO GO. Sea Inside Front Covar. I •'OSMAri" GIVES AN AIR OF COMFORT & REFINEMENT ■ TO THE QLeSPING ROOM* Fyrnwwa »©S&§&$§" EVERV FIVB YARDS. ©b&aJeamfe8e> ILL 0008 OMFEIS Hicks, Atkinson & Sims Pty.Ltd. THE COLLINS STREET HOUSE. THE VEilY LATEST CREATION IN CORSETS BY Mdlle. ROLANDE, " The Woman Glorious" (Made to Order Only). The desire oi all the best-dieSrfcd wo men is a corset with perfect support, and an unimpeachable, out line without pressure. This, the true con ception of a perfect corsct, is realised in "The Woman Glorious/' The silhouette is ar ranged In such an artistic manner that not a line is shown, thus making a com plete and perfected revolution in the all recent methods of the making of corsets. SIdlle. R o 1 a n d e measures and fits all Customers who place oiders for these Cor sets. HICKS, ATKINSON 6 SONS Ply. Ltd., 348-;<r,0 COLLINS STREET. MELBOURNE. i iSBHfflaS SALLOWNE.SS is the Very Surest Sign that o...

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Presentation of Prizes of the Alfred Crescent State School, North Fitzroy, IN THE EDINBURGH GARDENS. FRIDAY, 19th DEC. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

Presentation of Prizes of the Alfred Crescent State School, North Fitzroy, IN THE EDINBURGH GARDENS. FRIDAY, 19th DEC. - " .t -, i■■ i»■!« ■ .»- — ... " "7.MRS. ROBSON PRESENTING PRIZES TO. THE JUVENILES. MISS ROSA ROMA, The Famous Gipsy Violinist, now appearing at the Opera House, Melbourne. A very awkward contremps occurred, here at a recent naval wedding. All jnattois had been carefully arranged and thought out beforehand. The bridesm'aids' frocks, designed and made everything that could 'make for success and pretty effect, had been attended to. One of the bridesmaids, who lived in Tasmania, was unable to be present owing to illness, and word of this was sent to the happy-pair-to-be two or three dayis before the wedding. Both wiere disap pointed ; but the,bridegroom'<said : "As she can not come to the' wedding, L'll post her brides maid's present so that she will receive it on out wedding day." This was duJy done, and the little case was parcelled up and posted. At len...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

THE STATE AND THE GIRL, The health of our girls is an important mat ter from the point of view of the State. The girl of to-day will be the mother of the future, and good health on her part now means the future welfare o! the community. The Orange Lily treatment, which' is the special feature of the Ladies' College of Health, is wonderfully cura tive for girls who suffer. The treatment is sim ple antf inexpensive, and has cured where othej remedies have failed. Book telling all about it will be sent free if 2d. is remitted for postage. Address, Dept. O., Ladies' College of Health, Alexandra Chambers, 46 Elizabeth-street, Mel bourne. Visitors to Melbourne Dine at Francatellt, The Centreway, Collins St. THE CAPE FRANC ATELLI OCCUPIES THE MOST CENTRAL POSITION in Melbourne, and is of the highest modern type, replete with everything that can con duce to the healthy refreshment and re iuvigoration of the patrons at a moderate tariff. Table D'Hote Meals and Theatre Suppers at fixed prices...

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CYCLING AND MOTOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

CYCLING AND MOTOR NOTES. A very satisfactory entry has been received by the Automobile Clubs of New South Wales and Vic toria in connection -with the forthcoming motor car test from Melbourne to Sydney (627J mileB). This run wili last four days, starting on 7th January, and, all told, the party will probably comprise nearly loG persons. The Carey Motor Co. are representatives for Ford cars for Ballarat and surrounding districts. I regret to notice that my old friend, Mr. Charles Greene, of Tarrant's, is again wearing his arm in a sling, the result of another "back-fire." Mr. Greene had only removed the' bandages from a pre vious similar mishap, when—with Christmas coming along, too—he received another present— 'the kind of present one doesn't much care for," as Mr. Greene puts it. A very handsome motor coach, capable of seating twenty-two pa-ssengers, is now running in service between Healcsville and Marysville. The car is a very powerful, up-to-date model, and the body is attractiv...

Publication Title: Punch
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JUVENILE DANCE AT BAIRNSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

JUVENILE DANCE AT BAIRNSDALE. Mrs. Archie Macarthur, of "The Gunyah," Bairns dale, gave a delightful juvenile dance during the Christmas holidays. The ballroom was decorated With young gum saplings arranged round the room, and the supper tables looked charming, the flowers used being beautiful long sprays of white perennial sweet peas and yellow Iceland poppies. Mrs. Mac arthur received her guusts in a frown of yellow satin charmeuse, veiled in costly lace; her young daughters. Olive and Ethel, had dainty frocks of pale blue silk. Mrs. Brownlow, who had with her thrre young sons, wore pale pink trimmed with black, Mrs. J. Jackson—plum-coloured satin, with overdress of black lace. Miss Lome Morrison was in white. Mrs. Alex. Morrison—black satin. Mrs. J. D. Scott wore a grey frock, and had with her Bruce and her tiny daughter Evelyn. Mrs. Jack Duncan was in black. Miss Maude Thomson—red. Miss Maude Odell—white chifion taffeta. Mrs. Archie Morrison—lavender silk. Mrs. Douglas Potter—wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

CREME SIMON immediately removes the , redness , from the face, leaving the akin tinged with brown. Healthy and good to look upon. DOES NOT PRODUCE HAIR. USE CREME SIMON AIjL ohemsts. g WILL fiAKE DELICIOUS FRUIT CORDIALS at one third the usual coi.'. 6d. bottle (enough for one and a-half bottles of Cordial) posted free on receipt ol 6d in stamps, the name of this paper and the nama of your grocer. C. M. BROOKE & SONS. SOUTH MELBOURNE, makers or the famous •'Lemos" Squash and Coflee Essence. . _ EF m ,, '<» -n MHHH >;> &&$S£...,; j-..- ';• ;• • * > - 'a •4-?.Y/\. -..»!.\'-V A Charming Ninon Evening Gown, by Madame Alexia " Between-Seasons" Price, 10 Guineas A of I £X4 VE you availed yourself 11 of SHAVE'S between season's " offer ? Reduction £2-2-0 on Costumes and Gowns from this House is worthy of your consideration. The period during which this offer is available is almost over. Book your orders without delay if you desire to benefit by i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

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Annual Combined Insurance Picnic, Held at Mornington on Saturday, 13th December. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

Mnskuai Combined. Issssspaaee P>ienie, Held at Mornington on Saturday, 13th .December. WAITING FOR THE BOAT TO RETURN HOME. ■— -■ - ^ ENJOYING A QUIET TIME ON THE GRASS. MISS GERTIE LATCHFORD. As the Rose of Persia in the Pantomime, "The Forty Thieves," now beinfi produced at Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne. MR. LEWIS WALLER AND MISS MADGE T1THERADGE OFF THE STAGE.

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

SOCIETY. News comes from London of the approaching marriage of Miss Elsie Hall, the gifted pianist, with Dr. F. O. Stohr, of Chiefine, Northern Rhodesia. Miss Hall, who is the daughter of - Mr. W. Stanley Hall, of Toowoomba, Queens land, has gained great distinction in the Con tinental musical cit cles, and was for some time musical instructress to the Princess Mary. Much interest is being evinced in a Loan Exhibition of old furniture, silver, china, etc., which is to be held at Government House in April, 1914. Rooms representing different periods will be arranged, and many promises of beau tiful old pieces of furniture and articles of vertu have already been received. There are to be rooms of Jacobean, Dutch, Queen Anne, Sherarton, Chippendale, and French design and period. A strong committee of management has been formed, with Her Excellency Lady Denman as president, Lady Creswell hon. treasurer, and Miss M. E. Chomley >as organising secretary lor this highly interesting educat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

LONDON or NEW YORK ROTJTB. KAiSHA F« JAPAN, p.m. Imperial Mall Steamers, HONGKONG. NEXT STEAMER will be KDMANO MARTJ. JANUARY 21, 1914. "N.T.K." Special Round-the-World Services. "N.Y.K." ■ For the Trans-Asian Routt. "N.Y.K." For Burops, via Amsriofc. "N.Y.K."' For the Far Bast. SAILINGS TANGO MARU, FEB. 18. 1914. Special Privileges and Opportunities of seeing th« country are afforded to Tourists in JAPAN. Apply BURNS, PHILP and 00.. I/TD., Managing Agents. SUITES and ROOMS ; now • available at "DE COMET," EAST -ST. KILDA, in connection with "CLOYNE." MRS. PENDER, late' "o! "Toorak House." 'Phone 22251 Windsor. . , Tel. 0700, Cntral. A. L. CRICHTOI^, Caterer, Masonic Hall, Collins St., Melbourne. Factory—KENSINGTON. High-class Catering; Requisites on Hire. PEDIC POMADE tor the Head, strikes infest ing vermin dead. One application destroys Ver min, kills nits, heals sores, "cures ringworm. 1/ everywhere, or by post.—Small, 1/2 ; large, 2/3 ; extra large, 3/9. Nit combs, 6d. extra.—BR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

RONISCH PIANOS The World's Greatest Piano for Australia. 58,000 HOMES HAVEJ RONISH PIANOS Carnegie 81 Sons, 106 Elizabeth Street. Sole Agents: RONISOH PIANOS, GORS & KALMANN PIANOS, SOHWECHTEN PIANOS. BRINSMEAD PIANOS. BELL ORGANS, ANGELUS- PIANOS. And the Wonderful ANGELUS PIANO PLATER

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

YOUR SUMMER HOLIDAY m COOL TASMANIA, The Garden State. Excursion Fares at any time for parties of six. The Best Fishing, Scenery and Climate in the Com ' monwealth. Vary your journey to Hobart by including the beauti ful East Coast or North- Western routes. FOB ALL INFORMATION, RESERVED SEATS ON EXPRESS TRAINS, GUIDE BOOKS, &c., APPLY AT Tasmanian Government Tsarist Agency, Dominion Chambers, 59-61 WILLIAM ST., MELBOURNE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

(Melbourne's Largest and Most Up-to-Date Furnishing Warehouse). ice Chests of fewest Pattern, WELL arranged, and constructed on the most scientific principles, the Ice Chests and Ice Boxes we show are of a very superior type. A1I are splendidly made in solid oak, wax polished, equipped with locks, hinges and fittings of solid brass, and priced with moderation according to size at 60/-*» 90/- to 130/". CHURCH BROTHERS Pty. Ltd. 238-240 ELIZABETH STREET (Just above General Post Office). n" - ir~" - ..zr.sr~. . ■ - — ROBERTSON & MOFFAT =Pty. Ltd. Inexpensive Millinery'... Suitable for Present Wear. At Specially Reduced Prices. iy£ are now offering a number of exceptionally Low-priced lines of Millinery in the follow ing styles THE SMARTEST SHAPES IN BLACK TAGEL OR TULLE, trimmed with Mounts Tulle or Flowers, in. the new Lime shade. Purple, Blue or White : also chic Sailor Styles in Areophane. or Straw. Special Price, 21/ SMARTLY TRIMMED BLACK TAGEL HATS, trimmed with black and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

Lafayette, Collins Street (The Webb Building), For Perfect Portraits. We have yet to meet a dissatisfied customer. Lafayette, Collins Street.

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THE TANGO. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

THE TANGO. The King of Bavaria has forbidden officers in Iht Army to dance the Tango.—Cable from Berlin. The officers Bavarian Were latitudinarian. And played the strangest antics on parade. With perfect nmiability Tney vied with tie gentility By taking to the Tango unufraid. From officer to general. 'Tv/as safe to bet a tenner all Would Tango when the band began to play. Untouched by blame or flatteries They two-stepped in the batteries, " And Gaby-glided through the gory fray. This arniv was a mystery. Like nothing else in history : It gambolled like a goat when strife nrosu In .sanguinary battle it Would Tango ; naught could rattle it ; It danced to martial glory on its toes. The Army of Bavaria Could dance on ail the area Of Europe to its farthest western shore. No other could have bettered it. And now the King has fettered it. And it Tangoes unto victory no more. M. "Small-mindedness" is ll;e complaint brought against Federal Ministers. Perhaps it is lie cause under Honourable ...

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THE ONE THAT BLEW PAST. A SONG FOR MR. ELMSLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

THE ONE THAT BLEW PAST. A SONG FOR MR. ELMSLIE; There were Premiers who "triumphed, and premiers who failed. And some that just weathered the storm ; There were others whose foes said they ought to be .gaoled. And some who just kept the place warm. There wore Premiers who sat in security great, There were <=ouie whose misfortunes were vast; There were some who died soon, there were some ~ who died late— But I ant the One that Blew Past. A mere cvanescent and hurrying thing. Like a thistledown riding the breeze. Was Elmslie, the Premier, whose fame you may sing As loud and as long as you please Like a water-drop flung on the top of a stove, I found myself Premier at last : Though brief was the glory, yet I was the cove— The fortunate t.ove that blew past. A/t times, on the racecourse, a lepper will fall Not hurt, but the jockey is gone : And while he stands shaking beside the stone wall A cheery bystander jumps on. The owner may ^ive him a fiver for luck If the horse for p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MODERN KNIGHT ERRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

A MODERN KNIGHT ERRANT. :Had I but lived in days of yore, And been a gallant knight, \Mv love for yon T would have shown In many a deadly fiffht. No venture I'd thoueht too great To Prove my heart beat true ; I would have faced the fiercest odds To win a smile from vou. 3i:t now in these more degenerate days T cannot with mv blade D'"«r)lay mv co.irape. let me eat Those cakes which vou have made. MR. FRANK DIX, .Who Wrote the Book of "The Forty Thieves." THE SCHMETTANS. The Famous Continental Athletes now appearing at the Opera House. OFFIOIAJj GROUP AT THE OPENING OP THE OF THTC SWIMMING POOL. STATE SCH£ ! | • | I i NO. 1912, FOOTSCRAjT. Premier Denham passed through Melbourne on his trip to London as Premier. As all Queensland is rising against the Penham rule, (and there is insurrection even amongst h'is faith ful Liberals, his friends ara counting the davs till out of the political whirligig shall emerge the new Premier. Digby Jlenham is going to I »• 1 ' V. ; II { London for £1...

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REAL COURAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 1 January 1914

REAL COURAGE. He sits alone in a darkened room— Alone in the fading light. Why is his brow so heavy with gloom, And his cheeks so deathly , white ? But though his heart is faint with care. His courage never blenches ; His eyes are fixed -with a glassy stare At the drug his firm hand clenches. He murmurs, "A little courage Yes, a little, and all is won A choking gurgle, more or less, A gasp, and the deed is done. Without a shudder, without a wink— Ah ! it makes tho heart recoil. That he so quickly, calmly took A dose of castor oil.

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