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Photo Focus. By "Lens." CONCERNING ADVERTISEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Photo Tocus. By "Len«." CONCERNING ADVERTISEMENTS. "The Walrus" has been glancing over some of the illastratod. advertisements in the English papers. One which compels his amazement and amusement is a thumb-nail sketch of a photographer in Africa kinomatograjhing a wounded lion. The animal is as fierce as could be expected on such a small scale, and the' photographer is bending at the knees with fear, and pointing the •amera—it has no clothing, hi- the .way—in-, a direction at right angles to that of the lion, possibly in the hope that the lion will let. bygones be bygones, and take no further steps. These artists do study details, do they not? That is ivhy they have the right to lecture us poor, ignorant-photographers on our lack of 'observation.., ] have another column-top illustration before me— this time in a photographic oaper. That, too, has bfjn drawn by an artist who has used his eyes to some purpose. There is- a lantern standing level on a table,. far below the level of the...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

For Cool Comfort! This neatly-finished White Canvas Model is the City's Biggest Value at Light, cool, easy Shoes will this sea*on ba more popular than ever. Como and critlciBe our new lull 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. 257-9 BOURKE STREET. MELBOURNE. 1-B ERROL ST.. NORTH MELBOURNE 21 f) CHAPEL STREET. PRAHRAN. Tel. Cent. 1799. .The Brightest of all Shoe Shines, GA-ZEK.A Paste. Large tins, 6d.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SIMPLE REDUCER. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

A SIMPLE REDUCER. A negative can be reduced rapidly and evenly by immersinc it in a solution of—Potassium.permanga nate, 2 grains water, ]0 ounces, for a minute; not longer. It is then ■ washed under' the tap ; for three or four; minutes, and • placed in a' clean ;hypo bath of a strength of two ounces to the pint, and again well washed. Any, stain can be removed by a one per cent, solution of oxalic acid.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Seventh Continent. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

The Seventh Continent. Australia has had few such advertisements as that 'given by Dr. Mawson, the Adelaide aca demic. It is not known yet what, scientific discoveries he made; but it is probably true that science has benefited as much as Australia. Mawson. did not try for fame. He sought the practical, as Australians have a way of doing. That he has added solidly to the world's geo graphical, meteorological and biological know; ledge is certain, and undoubtedly in his sur render of popular glory for scientific -utility he has added to the world's record of manly deeds. It would have been a .splendid thing if an Aus tralian had been the first to reach the. Fole ; but is it not equally splendid that an Aus tralian expedition, manned and largely financed "by Australians, has added to that knowledge which is making life greater and fuller ? We cannot rest now in Antarctic work. It is pecu liarly Australian work, and we must send Maw son or other Australians back to extend it. * * * * A...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTORTION IN PAPER PRINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

DISTORTION IN PAPER- POINTS.". The photographer is .'told a great.-'de&l at'out'"th<> distortion which is due to the use df a-single lenr, and the distortion which may exist, even after con verging Perpendiculars have, been corrected by swings ing negative or. easel in enlarging but the purists who emphasise' these gnats generally ignore the camels of distortion" due to the use of papeip as a medium on which to print. Practically th'e whole" of the paper which is used in photography is machine made—in a continuous web, that is to say. All such paper, when wetted, expands unevenly, the expansion being greater across the web than in the direction of its length. Whether on drying it cornes back to its original dimensions depends very largely upon the paper itself. Some papers do so, if they are allowpd to dry unattached to anything ; others do not. This is one of the difficulties which eon front the pictorial worker who wishes to resensi. ti*o his paper and print ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Where the Commonwealth Should Lead. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Where the Commonwealth Should Lead. It is Statesrightism run amok for tlie Federal Parliament fo refuse to take over the six State Observatories, relics of the old colonial meteo rological departmtents. These observatories are maintained at heavy expense in the six capi tal cities, and they do distinctly Federal as distinguished from State work. The States will mot, and should not, give up any State tjight to "the Federal Parliament ; hut they would be very pleased if the Commonwealth assumed control of Australian astronomical work. They have told the Federal Government this ; hut Mr. Cook says that he has enough to do with the elements when he runs the Fed eral meteorological branch, and that he will have nothing to do wuth the observatories. It is ridiculous to think that the chance partition bf, Australia into six self-governing portions existence within each portion , <^aifc|^rflnyn^ifcil observatory. An observatory Yt&-eftfier a' ife^rUA scientific laboratory...

Publication Title: Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

WHuIIli REFINED.- DISCRIMINATING FOLK DELIGHT TO DINE. Cafe Francais, : MELBOUKN •.?: S RREMIER CAES". r 257 LITTLE COLLINS STREET; Upon ALL Classes of Security. W&ir Interest, Easy Terms This Company was formed to suppress usury. Sydney Tel. No. Central 226. Melbourne Tel. No. 4339. BILLS Discounted M.S.W. M©nt ®e Ptete D. & I. CO. Ltd., 215-217 Swanston-st., Melbourne 74 Castiereagh St., 74 . SYDNEY, And at NEWCASTLE and BRISBANE. BY APPOINTMENT TO >H.M. THE KING. BY APPOINTMENT TO H.M. THE KING.

Publication Title: Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Your favourite; . brands of Witie and Spirits at' Wholesale Price. 'S Wine & SplfBS i | tffexi Sovgko 3$.), 259 Lit. CoHms-st (Next Swanston Sti) Also at 68 MARKET ST.. SYDNEY. Opon till 11.30 p m. (SatarJay included ) 8 in* "" snoonia^jY .flBpjimjg em* i sanpioAa ispM 8 Tiff I 1"" oUnjTOAH ^Bpsanpo^ fi n» 6 "' "' — "' *ii«a SUfBOifi SWMHMWg^ S03J ' d}1&Idpo^[ XS3^ suotjo^jjx^ sssjure^i - SP9H?®M ®^a-o?-dfj isjojeaado PaIIP!S"^IHs!H ©ISeSSl-OCi I@M:, f° ^13 ®TO: ^©iisigsiftq^s^jf ps^s©£I p^ifptg©! ®€JM jVH,

Publication Title: Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

imperial gUtHw NINEPE^CE. Read MSI Over the World. "PUNCH" OFFICE, MELBOURNE. :dO>< i3©S6B®®Q 'HttfcQli - MELBOURNE!. J. K. SPEEDIB, Manager. Telephones 6586 (12 lines). ;SSani|8vlllo Hall, CLENDON ROAD. TOORAK. Residential Mansiori> within 6 - minutes train and tram. Tennis. Large Grounds. , Tol. 895 Malvern. SIBsawsPPQ, St. George's Road, Toorak, Residential Mansions, near Tocrak tram. Seli-eontalnf/d Flats, Suites,-Magnifi cent Ballroom, Lounge, Dining and Re ception Rooms. Large Grounds. Tennis, Weddings, At Homes, Teas, • a Spe-. eiality. Tolophone 101 Malvern ^SlffBsaeSea, vBq Hotel "Bulw Domura," 2000ft. above sefv level. The largest up-to-date fur nished house In Olinda, bath, etc., flrot .deoa aesoxnmodaticn lor visitors, excel lent table, farm delicacies, largo fruit garden. TariS, 0/ per day: 80/ per T5«ek. KH3. GRANT, Proprietress. Take corabincd ooaoh and rail tieket, avail ed months. Tel. Wo. a. Olinda. ©pleratai M©fs©i - 53 COLLINS. STREET. UNDBi; NEW...

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Church and Organ [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

St.' Phillip's, Colling wood, Harvest.-Sun day night concert,;, under Organist' and Conductor Sta/ng'er. " This-,42ml .Psalm, by - Mendelssohn : "As the hart pahteth after ■ the water brooks," composed of four beau tiful numbers, and two others were add ed, filling a bright hour. Meanwhile, the annual meeting shows that the year open ed with >a debt of about £680. The Mayor's movement resulted in £100, the •VCherry Blossom Fair and some self-denial realised £300. So the church is out of1 debt. There is £140' raised for a new .Sunday School,-costing £2000: Collins-street Scots' Church extends the work by erecting new premises , on the site of the Neglected Children's'Home, .at Kil ■ dorian,. Floming'ton-road.". The building was bought twenty-three years ago, and has been added to-. Twenty-nine children : ara accommodated- Kept until bonded out. The. "new . plt.ce will accommodate forty-eight. Cost,. £4000, and , there is £1100 in hand. Meanwhile, the, young sters will be at Bright...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

"Ef A GIFT FOR IADSES. NEW FASHIONABLE White Felts The Correct Hat for Early Autumn Wear. These Hats are all the rage in London. FREE POST 6/11 To any Address. We make this Special Offer to further advertise4>ur Hats WRITE NOW. SEND POSTAL NOTES MILLER'S Feather Shop, Cr. Bourke and Swanston Sts., MELBOURNE. 2G7 Chapel Street, PRAHRAN; 188 Smith Street, CGLLINGWOOD Mill COME people hesitate to give a Proprietary Medicine to Very Young Children and many cases the hesitation is quite ju^ti but the Public need not have any fear HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CU This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Hearne who is & REGISTERED CHEMIST of extensive experience, and, 4h<^. -Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake fevery ounce of his Magnificent Reput ation on the fad: that HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE is equally beneficial to young CHILDREN, ADULTS and the VERY AGED. FOR COUGHS and COLDS <?> c. &G. REARSLEY'S ORIGINAL wmtw wacrs female nil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Company's '□ ESoyal Mail Steamsra FOR MARSEILLES. PLYMOUTH. AND LONDON. MOLDAVIA ... Mar. lo| MOOLTAN ... May 5 MEDINA Mar. 24 MOREA Mav 19 MONGOLIA ... Apl. 7 MALOJA Junn 2 MULWA Apl. 21 PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON: Single £41/16/ to £»2/10/ ltetnrn £69/©/ to £123/4/ Further partlonlari obtainable at tHe Company'^ •fire. MHLBOURNKJ: 447 COLLINS STRBHT. wslV Appointments may now be made with Mr. Shave, Mons. Piazza and Madame Alexia for Autumn and Winter Cos tumes, Walking Frocks, Day and Evening Gowns, etc. 'Phone, 2077. Br* •' ji1"" — CHARMING1 ENGAGEMENT You are invitol to view the very fine range of Diamond and other Rings 'we are showing. There are some special quality Blue - White Diamond Engagement Ilings we would particularly like you to see -half-hoop and other designs priced from .£5 upwards They're r6ally wonderful value. Corner Royal Arcade and Lit. Collins St, M re 1 bourne Dr^|p2afid harshness,skin are due to l^k/^Pi^yjI^Rftil m. jLjequently this is broi|gP ajjfouwwy' the ...

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THE LADIES LETTER HOLMBY HOUSE, TOORAK. Dear Peg,— [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

H0LM8Y HOUSE, TOOftAK. Dear Peg,-— Passengers by the Osterlev are enthusiastic on the charm of Sir \rthuv and Lady Stanley —a charm of sincerity anil absolute naturalness of manner which is a large part of both their personalities—and predict a great popularity for them. They entered keenly into all the doings on b oard ship, and were responsive and ap proachable always, without any loss of dig nity. Sir Arthur Stanley was not only Presi dent of the Sports Committee, but its inspira tion. He spent hours drawing up handicaps and arranging events, was the most enthusiastic sportsman on the boat deck during the sports, and succeeded in winning a prize. Lady Stanley, too, came off a prize-winner. They made no dis • traction of class ; and, to the delight of the third-class passengers, not only went over to one of the concerts, but attended the fancy dress -ball, at which Lady Stanley judged the costumes. On another occasion, when Captain Jenks gave one of his lectures on Australia, illu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

B. G. WOOD Ladies' Tailor and Habit Maker, THE WBBB BUILDING. 234 COLLINS ST. . (Opp. "Aeo" Ofiee). W« &re now making our USUAL REDUCTIONS for BETWEEN SEASON'S COSTUMES—Crepe. do Cbcnei, Eolierines. Tweeda, or Linenu—for a FEW WEEKS ONLY. FROCKS AND BLOUSES TO ORDER. Tel. 43J 3. First Floor. Take Elevator. COWES. Isle of Wigl&t Hotel. FACING THE PIER. Extensive Tree-shaded Grounds Lovely Beaches for Walks and Bathing. Billiard Room. Good Table. Terms Moderate. E. H. THORNBBRG, Proprietor. T4L Photographers, lis SWANSTOM BE., MELBOURNE. CHARMING PORTRAITS. FROM 10/ A DOZBN. SaOUPS, CHILDREN AMD LADIES IN EVENING DBE3Q A EJPEOIALTY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

SHER5 ALL CHEMISTS, V- PER BOTTLE, FOUR TIMES THE QUANTITY, 2/6 HOW TO CURE INDIGESTION. The following letters will be of intense intet est to sufferers from indigestion : From Mrs. D. H. Cole, 70 Keightley - road, Su biaco, W.A. "For many years I suffered from frequent at tacks of indigestion, followed by pains in tin; chest, severe headaches, sleeplessness, bilious ness, constipation, and pains under the shoulder blades. I could retain little on my stomach, and vomited frequently. I tried a variety of medicines with very little good result. I hap pened to read one of Warner's Safe Cure pamphlets, and seeing in it how others had taken Warner's Safe Cure with bene ficial results. I decided to try that medicine. I obtained great relief from the first bottle; in fact, from the first few doses I took. After taking Warner's Safe Cure for a few -weeks I was quite restored to health. All my former troubles has gone from me, I hope, and believe, never to return. Now I am feeling fit and st...

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Using the Luncheon Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Using the Luncheon Hour. The secretary of the Commonweal hi) Club of 'Adelaide is aggrieved beemWe "Punch" was not aware of his institution. "Punrh" offers now bis belated welcome to the Adelaide Luncheon Club*. It is founded on Canadian Club lilies, as described in these columns a fortnight ago, and it is a go-ahead little club, with a record of successful achievement. The Adelaide Com monwealth Club appears to be exactly what is required in Melbourne and Victorian country cities. It states its object in high - sounding language ; but it would probably be prepared to accept some such simple wording as the fol lowing To bring 'distinguished men into direct touch with busy city inen, and hear from them expert opinions on matters of interest. Very few distinguished men, have passed through Adelaide of late without meeting and address ing! 'Adelaide men at a luncheon table. The Adelaide Club has published a record of pro ceedings, which shows that it has had as its guests some of the m...

Publication Title: Punch
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The Larrikin's Black Hand. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

The Larrikin's Black Hand. J Recent lawlessness o! Sydney "pushes" in terests Melbourne in a curiously intimate way. We have our own troubles, anil tliey are deve loping on Sydney lines. Outbreaks have been so "bad in Sydney that the police force .and the courts have been moved to drastic action, and some exemplary punishment has been meted out. But the "pushes" have evolved an easy way out of this danger. They manage to ter rorise witnesses to such an extent that, cases collapse for want of evidenoe. It has of late become almost. impossible to induce witnesses of an 'assault to enter the dox. * liey prefer to keep out of the danger zone ; and if they sum-, mon courage enough to iro to court they are told that they will be '"dealt with" on the next dark night. It is not pleasant, for the suburban resident to live in expectation of a brick falling on his head or a knuckle - duster breaking his neck. He cannot reasonably ex pect, like the ^notorious Dandenong market gar dener, Van Dam...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

If You Own a Camera Send Us Your Name— We want..to place you" name on our 1914 mailing list, so that w<; may. send you all the Catalogues, Booklets, and other Pamphlets, etc., issued throughout the year. They are very valuable to all oamer.-i users. SEND JJS YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS NOW, AND WE WILL SEND YOU A FREE COPY OF Harrington's Photographic Journal. LTsually sold at 4d. Per Copy. (Mention this Paper.) UJ? 266 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE BRANCHES In EVERY STATE AND N.Z. cries. FIGURES TALES 1,500,000 [COPIES SOLD t°he CELEBRATED "BOOKSTALL" SERIES of AUSTRALIAN BOOKS This is the most popular Series and successful Library of Books ever issued. The selection of stories is clean and wholesome, and treats with the conditions of life in our sunny land, tolling the traditions and experiences of a virile people appealing to the heart of all Aus tralians. The stories issued form a complete library, and should be in every home STORIES OF ROMANCE. STORIES OF ADVENTURE. DETECTIVE STO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

A SYDNEY TV LADY WRITES HF,U VOLUNTARY OPINION OF CLEMENTS TONIC FOR WEAKNESS. This letter is a ten years' appreciation- of this Sterling Medicine, and its Undoubted Cura tive Powers. Double Bay, Sydney, 19/5/13. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I -desire to give you in'this letter .a TEN YEARS' appreciation oi vour very line nie'l cine, Clements Tonic. "During this lengthy period it has been to me, and to many of my most intimate :frieuds, an unquestionable medicine for the. relief- of WEAK NERVES, SICK HEADACI-IE, INDI GESTION AND NERVOUS PROSTRATION. "(Signed) MARY SEVERN." ,The general opinion of Clements' Tonic is that it is unequalled for creating vital xtrengt/h. and appetite in all cases of lassitude, anaemia, poor appetite, melancholia, or weakness. It does an enormous amount of good. No athlete or com mercial man should be without it. All chemists and storekeepers sell this great medicine in Australia. Send for it to--lay. It will make your life lorn;.—(Advfc.)

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In the Days of Our Isolation. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

In the Days of Our Isolation. Even, the optimistic Hawker does hot propose flying yet from Melbourne^ to London, nor does the 'go-ahead United States ' Postal Department expect to establish an aerial delivery corps during the next few years. We are doomed to another score of years of sending oar mails by sea, and .we have got to make the Vest use we can of these old methods. The Dominions •Royal Commission has told us bluntly in its new report that we will be fools if we do not make better use than we do at present. It says that A'ustralia is much more isolated than it need be. Who amongst our travellers will doubt this ? Who will deny that, to ];Ut it, mildly, we are out of fashion, that we suffer from pro vincialism, i'ghorance and a past conventional ism, 'and that we are out-of-date and conser vative in our home and social life ? The world moves ahead at a great rate every year ; but by the tim'e the wave of progress reaches. Aus traliai it is merely a ripple. This saves us fro ...

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