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OLD MELBURNIANS' LAWN PARTY, Held at the Church of England Grammar School Grounds Saturday. 23rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

OLD MELBURNIANS" LAWN JpARTY, Grounds Saturday.*" 2«rd February. PROMENADING ON THE LAWN. WATCHING THE CKTCKE'l' MATCH. THE COMBINED CRICKET TEAMS OF OLD MELBURNIANS. PARTAKING OF ICE CREAM. EXCHANGING CONFIDENCES. SOME OF THE "OLD AN.S." /V"g?':R>.a t--«) ARCHBISHOP CLARKE. STAFF OF THE WORKS BRANCH. VICTORIAN DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS. (MR. THOS. HILL. WORKS DIRECTOR.) Back Row.—Messrs. H. J. Kane. R. C. G. Og-ilby, J. Crisp. W. H. Davis, C. F. Cook, R. V. Cutler. V. Moore. .T. A. O'Sullivnn. A. ' Wpstwood, 13. P. Morris, C. Cohen. Middle Row.—Messrs. • C. 0. King, J. H. Cart-wrij»ht, E. Clayfleld, A. L. ' Richmond, D. Donald, II. J. ;! Cottee, W. H Illingworth, G. Franklvn, J. H. Higginbotharii.' J. Anderson, D. H. Newman,- A. Bruwnlie, A. B Mdrdie, P. J. M'Greal, A. W. llwsB. W. H. Pritehard, J. M. Harrison. F. E. Priddle, H. Johns, R. I. .Jones, J. Major. Front Row.—Messrs. W. J. Cole, H. R. 'Waterman. W. J. Ferguson, R. S. Orr, E. E. .Smith, T. Hill H. J. M'lckcnnal, J. C....

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ADVANCE, AUSTRALIA—HEAVENWARD! [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

ADVANCE, AUSTRALIA—HEAVENWARD !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Auctioneer's Notice. Mr. X. A. PATTERSON desires to an nounce that he HAS RESUMED BUSI NESS on his own account, with his sons, under the old style of PATTERSON & SONS, AUCTIONEERS AND ESTATE AGENTS. • At the old address, 311 COLLINS ST.. as from the 21st February, 1914.

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HENLEY ON THE MARIBYRNONG FEBRUARY 14TH [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

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SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

SOCIETY. The arrival of the new Governor has been the great event of the week, and the favoured Parliamentary Party who went down the Bay for the first glimpse and handshake of the new comers had the advantage of glorious weather. Members, and their sisters, and their cousins, and their aunts totalled over 200. It was a •pleasant picnic, and the picnickers came vari ously attired for the' occasion. Amongst'the men belltoppers were few and far between, so much so that when a leading Government official arrived at the Central Station and found that his shiny "stove-pipe" was an ''orphan" he went to an emporium in Flinders-street, got a new felt hat, and. left his "nailean" in pawn till his return. . There was much curiosity about the new G-overnor and his wife on the I-lygeia, .as the passengers would be the first to meet them at close quarters. When Sir Arthur and the Hon. Lady Stanley oam'e on board, they had no need to speak to create a favourable impression. Their pleasure was "wr...

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Bowls. PENNANT MATCHES. FOUR CLUBS SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Bowls. By "BooineranK." PENNANT MATCHES. POUR CLUBS SAFE. The tail-encl of the premiership is wiih us, and four of the six sections are practically decided. I was in error in supposing that North Fitzroy still had a chauce, havii'g overlooked the fact that Ool lingwood beat them, making three defeats. Therefore, Richmond, M.C.U., Canterbury and S.M.C.C. are "home and dried," -.vhile' Carlton and St. Kilda look like the other two. Richmond and M.C.C. seem to stand jut above this lot, and as they are so evenly matched it would only be pure guesswoik to rick the winner. It is not strange to see some of the clubs going under badJy at this stage of the pennant compe tition. Interest for them has been dead long, long ago, and some of the team who like to get a little more out of life than dull defeat each week go to the races or elsewhere. This is the case each year, and there tan be no doubt but that some of the clubs want "big hearts" to face the barrier in these races, where they invar...

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Fact and Rumour. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Sharp and Miss Cicely Sharp, who left for England by the Ofcway, will be joined later on by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Svme (Mrs. Sharp's sister), Avho intend sailing for the Old Country in March. Miss Poolman, of "Carinvle," Toorak, has returned from a delightful trip somewhere east of Suez, having accompanied Mr. W. J. Schutt (the well-known barrister) and Mrs. Schutt to Rangoon and Mandalay, etc. Mr. and Mjrs. W. J. G-riiJitlis have let "The Briars," Toorak, during the time they are. away in England. They, will stay at Macedon •ivith Mr. and Mrs. W. H. (,>uick until they sail. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Finloy, who are enjoy ing the season at Nice, speak of the unusual weather there, snow actually falling. They do not speak of returning to Melbourne until the end of the year, and not then if they can have their tickets extended. Mr. an-d Mrs. D. Eugene Hayes have purchased "G-lengariff," Mathoura-road, Too^jiP^tSw^fe^ leaving the Bank of Victoria, vshOrMf,^ and going into ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

FOB. SALE.—2 dogs and 2 bitches by White Hope— Cliicane; 3J months old, well-grcwn and in good health. Price—Dors, £o/b/ • bitches. £4/4/. Also, greyhound bitch, Chicane, by Grand Slam—Ladv Bother 'Em ; good performer. Price, £3/8/. J. M. GILLMAN, Lockhart, N.S.W. FffiOl S/S5LS, SEVEN* (7) PUPPIES (Five Dogs and Two Bitches) By DASHKORICA (imp.)-GO CANNY. Whelped 2nd January, 1914. Dashkorka is an imported dog by Dendraspis 'winner English Waterloo, 1909) ex Dashing Heroine. He has won two stakes, viz., Newmarket Champion Puppy Shakes and the Manor Stakes, South Lanca shire. Ha has eight English Waterloo Winners in ihe first, four lines of his pedigree. Go Canny ha* fioldsmith blood in her veins. Inspection invited. PRICE : FIVE GUINEAS. Apply P. CItlRNSIDE. JUNR., "THE MANOR," WERRIBEE. THE SWITZERLAND OF THE SOUTH. Most Popular Resort in the State. Winter or Summer. Opp. Mount Donnabuancr. and Overlooking the Yarra. Bowling Green, Croquet Lawn, Tennis, Billiards. Tel. S. Warburton...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

NIPPON LONDON or IfllliliilH NEW YORK rdute. KAI8HA F°r "PAN- %VtT Imperial Mall Steamers. HONGKONG. NEXT STEAMER will be ; NIK ICO MARU, MARCH 18. "N.y.K." Special Round-the-World Services. "N.y.K.** For the Trans-Asian Route. "N.y.K." For Europe, via. America. "N.y.K." For the Far Bast. SAILINGS— KOMANO MARU. APRIL 15. TANGO MARU, MAY 13. Special Privileges and Opportunities of seeing the country are afforded to Tourists in JAPAN. Apply BURNS, PHILP and CO., LTD.. Managing Agents. SONISCH PIANOS The World's Greatest Piano for Australia. 58,000 HOMES HAVE R0N1SH PI ANOS Carnegie 81 Sons, 106 Elizabeth Street. Sole Agents : • r0nis0h pianos, goes & tollman pianos, schwechten pianos. brinsmead pianos, bell organs, ANGELUS pianos. And the Wonderful angeltjs piano player.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

KYNETON COURSING CLUB SEASON 1914. APPLICATIONS are invited up till Saturday, 7t,1i March, for the following positions (1) JUDGE. (2) SLIPPER. Applicants to state fee required. About nine days' coursing will be held durintr season. JAS. J. HEFFERMAN, Sec. 'Phone 74. Fen SALE. TWO DOG PUPPIES, whelped 1st September, 1913. Now six months old. Very well crown and healthy. By BOWEN—J'EOPLE'S PART if, who i3 by SENATOR—GOLD THOUGHT. A real bargain. Price, £3/10/ and freight. A. PBTHERICK, KANGAROO FLAT^ _ FOR SALE. MADE IN ENGLAND, IMPORTED W AND BK ©ITCH (Aug., 1912). This beautiful bitch was bought rrom Mr. R. Maidment at three months old on arriving ia Mel bourne, and is closely related to Distingue, who was defeated by the winner in the semi-final of this year's Waterloo Cup. Owing to there being no en closures in Tasmania, this bitch is for sale to the first comer at it0 guineas, or best offer. Apply 0. MORTON, or "SPRINGER," "Punch" Office. FOR SALE.—-GREYHOUND PUPS ~ (\vhclped~21s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

FOR■EVERY ILL THERE IS But Many Tired, Rheumatic, Nervous People Don't Know How to Find it. CAUSE. Persons/who at middle age should feel the full strength and energy of youth are often rheumatic, nervous, irritable, and inclined to worry too much. There are spells of utter weariness. Life is made miserable by constant lameness and dull backache, and sleep is disturbed with pain and distressing urinary dis orders. You have tried to shake this off, and wonder why you can't. Probably you have missed - the hidden cause—sick kidneys. Prompt treatment with Doan's Backache Kidney Pills would right things quickly, An active life weakens the kidneys, and something must be done to stimulate the little filters of the blood—to keep them working as they should. Don't allow the Kidney trouble to get worse. Start using Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills, which have cured thousands, and must surely help you. DOAtfS A MELBOURNE CURE Mrs. M. Kinsman, "Elmswood," Henry Street, Kensington, Melbourne, says (...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

NOTES. W. J. Cross and G. G. Munro have won the Championships of the Camberwell and City of Hawthorn Clubs. This is Cross's "first offence," but it recalls my estimation of his bowling prowess as set out in. "Punch" when he started out on the high road of n;>vieeiom. I could see then the makings of a fine bowler. Cross has been a sec tion winner in the V'.B.A. Championship before to day, and in his recent club games "won out" with good margins in all' his matches. It is scarcely necessary to dwell .upon the victory of G. (t. He has been there many a time, and there is not a stone on the track nor a bend in the road that he is not familiar with. He played ofi Burke in the final, a coming and enthusiastic trundler, who, with his rink, scored a victory in' the Auburn Electric Light Tourney. "Don't say that gallantry is dead or done for," says a well-known English writer. In a game of mixed bowling (sounds like mixed bathing, but There's less form-ality about it), a fair damsel charm...

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THE BOWLING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

THE BOWLING CARNIVAL. . It has been laid down by the Bowling Council that the carnival shall be held at the different ■ capitals in different years. Already Adelaide, Syd ney, and Melbourne have l;ad a turn, and Brisbane, Perth, and Launeeston (though not the Tasmanian ! capital', have theirs t.c> come. Brisbane had to allow things to slide last year on account of the non-support from .the otuer States. It will pet the support of the other States in a measure this yjar, . but only "in a measure," for very few people care to take the time of! and travel to where . it is "hotter still" in' order to play, bowls. As for going to Perth to play bowls, as far as the Australian Championship is concerned, is too absurd for any thing. I have said that the Brisbane fixture will br- patronised "in a measure," but those who go will only represent a few (not necessarily the best bowlors by any means) from each place who can spare the time, and, incidentally, the expense. It is pure nonsense to...

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SNAPSHOTS AT THE V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING, SECOND DAY. CAULFIELD, SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

SNAPSHOTS AT THE V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING, SECOND DAY. CAULFIFJLrl), SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY. We 'have no need of a Sherlock ITolmes to track i-the typhoid germ to its lair.. At their game, the doctors are miles ahead of the de tectives. Given a burglar/, and the whole trained detective force is helpless, to track down thi original cause, (riven a ease or two of typhoid in Collingwood, and a health officer gets busy, and presently introduces us to a dairy in A'bibotsfbrd, from which the disease radiates along the lines of the .milk run—cus tomers taking in their inominc; typhoid with the breakfast milk. The sleuth-hound of the Board goes further, and finds the dairy farm, where the son or daughter has had typhoid, from which the Abbotsicml retailer drew his supplies—milk and typhoid mixed. ^ The trouble is that the Health Officer is wisTe after the event. After thirty years of effort we are not yet assured safety in our milk supply. If we get tyohoid in the cren.ni, the Health Office...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

stanley steep1 ^.eplex'&i'e 4ma'jj time round. THE STANLEY STEEPLE.-LAST JUMP. WON BY CAMASADE. FINISH FOR THE FUTURITY STAKES. WON RV RP ATTT.R

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V.A.T.C. Autumn Meeting, SECOND DAY, CAULFIELD, SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

V.A.T.C. Autumn Meeting, SECOND DAY, CAULFIELD, SATURDAY, 2Lst FEBRUARY. Mli. .OLIVE r'ARNHAM, Of the Allen Doone Co., now appearing at the Princess's Theatre, Melbourne. I'hoto by Sidney Riley Studios, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

_ w»fr jfT+ The exceptional Purity, Flavor and high Quality ol Dewar's Whisky have won the approval of Sports men in all quarters of the world. Always specify— '

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SPORTING Turf Flotsam and Jetsam. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Turf Flotsam ami Jetsam. By "Omega.' Always a well-contested event, and invariably attracting a big field, the Newmarket Handicap is nevertheless a good race for the first favour ite. Dating back forty year?, the big V.Il.C. sprint event has been appropriated by tlie pub lic fancy on thirteen occasions. Favourites to 'wit ihcl'utie Scotland, Sir Foote, Wakeful, Maluma, Bungebah, Relievo and Tyropean. . Re lievo started equal first fancy:with Mala. The shortest-priced Newmarket favourite to win was Sir Foote, who started at U to 4, in 1902. Two years later Hayaway went out at eVens for the Newmarket, and could only run third behind the 25 to 1. chance, Mairp, and Pen dant. When Playaway won, in J 905, she was second favourite at sixes. Some despised out siders have captured the Newmarket. Laun dress and Forest each succeeded at f>0 to 1 agaiinst, Churchill won at 33's, and Fortunatus at twenties. In 1887 the race was regarded as so open that eights was laid against the field up to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

It is really remarkable how comparatively few people realise that, in spite of the regular daily cleansing with tooth powders and pastes, the teeth, and particularly the back ones, frequently become decayed and hollow. Is not that a convincing proof that tooth-powders a;nd pastes are entirely inadequate for the purpose? Our teeth are not so obliging as to decay only in places where we can conveniently reach them with powders or pastes. On the coatrary, it is just in these localities which are difficult of access, such as the backs of the molar teeth, the interstices between the teeth, the .hollows and the cracks, that the decay and destruction of the teeth appear most frequently and are most likely to occur. In consequence, if anyone wishes to preserve his teeth intact —that is to say, to keep them healthy, this can be effected in one way only—by daily cleansing and rinsing the mouth and teeth with the liquid antiseptic dentifrice, Odol. During the process of rinsing, Odol penetrate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Ynit innrtf- tn xtnv it)ht>rt> vnii bnrtril Vniir nnrnfnirf-^ nnrl -vmir interests will receive thorough attention. THE HOTEL SYDNEY is one minute only from the Central Railway Station, and has beervbuilt regardless of expense so that Visitors shall have within their reach a High Class Service at a Moderate Price. It fronts Pitt, Hay and Campbell Sftreets, faces the Central Railway Station Entrance and overlooks the beautiful Belmore Park. r HO v i H Sydney's Most Modern and Palatial Hotel; Is five stories high—has 248 Superbly Fitted Bedrooms each of which has Hot and Cold Water Service day and night—and two Electric Lights. Suites of two, three or four rooms for Family Parties with Private Sitting Rooms and Bath 6 Rooms. Beautiful Dining Hall—largest and loftiest in Sydney with seating accommodation for 250 Guests at one sitting. Cosy and beautifully upholstered Smoking and Writing Rooms and Lounges, in fact everything conducive to your pleasure and comfort. TARIFF—Bed and B...

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