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CURRENT NOTES. In the Federal Fighting Line. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

OURRBMY MOTES. In tho Federal Fighting Line. Liberals do not seem to understand yet tnax elections are certain, to come within a few months. They may be on us even ,vs soon as the second week in June. This, of course, would be fast going—faster than Federal politics have ever moved before. But it cannot b,e too clearly realised that if the. Labour Opposition adopts an uncompromising attitude, elections will come •before the end of the half-year. The chances are against so early a dissolution, because presum ably Labour will try to get the election day as late as possible in the year, in order to go* the benefit of votes of harvest -workers in coun try electorates. Government leaders are de pending on this. They think that if they get their dissolution by August they will do very well, ft rria'y be asked, however, whether the Liberals are ready even for an election in Sep tember. They have not chosan candidates. They have not organised canvassing stalls. They have little or nothing d...

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

" SEASCAPES AND AZOL. In developing seascapes the one aim should be to obtain, a soft, well-graded negative, free from all excessive contrasts. This is a difficult task where sky • ari+ water very often occupy the greater part of''. the picture and heavy shadows fill the fore ground To meet these exacting conditions, the developer used must be one that when made up to •normal strength tends to preserve the gradation in the high-lights and brings out all details in the shadows ; . and this should be used in a diluted form. Several advantages are derived by using it in this way, as there is greater control owing to longer tin.e taken, and tho high-lights are pre vented frc-m becoming excessively dense and un printable before the shadow details acquire printing density. There are very few developers, however, answering these requirements, that will bear much dilution, without staining or fogging the negative during tho necessarily long immersion. This, then, is a further point to consi...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE USE OF WAX ON BROMIDE PRINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

THE USE OF WAX Oil BKOMIDE PRINTS. The richness and depth of a bromide enlargement which is to be framed up can be greatly increased by giving the print a coat of wax. Ordinary bees wax mixed with turpentine to the consistence of a cream is what is required. A little of the cream is poured on to a piece of flufHess flannel and is rubbed over the picture, the polishing being con tinued with a XreSh piece oi liannei until there aro no smears . visible, li necessary, the coating may be evened up by holding the print for a moment in front of tJie fire ; but it is better not to do so, as there is the chance of a particle of "black." ' fulling- and adhering. This would mean removing the wa.x with turpentine and repeating the opera lion.

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

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. "The Newspaper Press Dirwtorv."—The stand ing features- of "The Newspaper Press Direc tory" are familiar to most men associated with newspapers ; but each year, and more and more each year, other features are added, so that in addition to cataloguing almost all the facts one needs respecting the world's press, the annual serves as a sort of critical review ->f the news paper work of the year. Take, for instance, such a feature fas "Things that Mattel in Ad vertising," by Mr. George Edgar. This is a thoroughly practical and useful review of all that has gone on of moment to men engaged in advertising. A similar contribution is "The Trend of the Modern Press,1' Avhich is also a lengthy review designed to marshal the leading events in the newspaper year, and give to them their proper proportion and significance. An ex tremely useful feature is "The Legal Year in its 'Relation to the Press," by Mr. Hugh Fraser, LL.D., who surveys the various legal points. of si...

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

.MERCURIAL INTENSIFICATION. It is very rarely that a negative which has been intensified with mercury looks as clean after the oi-yration as it did before. There are several rea sons for this. One is the use of a plain solution of mercuric chloride. If, instead of this, we take of common salt twice the weight of the mercuric chlorido, and- dissolve the salt • in the water first, then add 20 minims of hydrochloric acid to each ounce 'if the solution, and lastly the mercuric chloride, we f?el u solution which keeps quite clear and works in ,1 cleanly way. leaving no, deposit on thf; surfwee of the negative.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"AT HOME" AT "HAZELDENE." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

"AT HOME" AT "HAZELDENE."' The president of the highly successful Children's Welfare Exhibition and Mrs. A. T. Danks cave a delightful evening "at homo" to the committee of the Children's Welfare Exhibition on 24th. February at rlieir home, "Hazeldene," Canterbury. The guests were received at the entrance to the music rocm. which was arranged with miniature sunflower£« and fine foliaged iialms. Mrs. Danks received in a Saxd blue satin, veiled with black silk spotted net. Miss Daiiks's pale pink frock had a tunic of shadow lace, the waist finished with a folded belt of patterned chiffon. Mr. A. T. Danks and his son (Mr. John Danks) assisted in entertaining the guests. An excellent musical programme was ren dered. Miss Danks's two solos on the large pipe organ were much appreciated, as were also Miss Marjorie Burman's songs. Mr. A. C. Bartleman's fine voice was heard to advantage in his solos, and Mr. John Danks sang with much expression. Mr. Harold Smith presided at the piano, and al...

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

Pauline et Cte, TTTE CENTRE WAY COLLINS ST. Are now holding their FIRST SHOW of Autumn and Winter Models SECOND FLOOR, CENTREWAY. Tel. 146'5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

By CTTIC1M SOAP OINTMENT :tions: Make a parting and ftly with Cuticura Ointment, until whole scalp has been over-. The next morning sham poo with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Shampoos alone may be used as often as agreeable, but once or twice a month is generally suffi cient for this special treatment. Cuticura Soap and Ointment arc Bold throughout the world. A liberal .sample of each, with 32-pago booklet on the care and treatment of tho skin and scalp, sent post-free. Address R. Towns & Co., Sydney. N. S. W. Auctioneer's Notice. Mr. T. 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 Zlst February, l'J14. ]WE FIT TRUSSES for Rupture TRY OUR NBW| ELASTIC TRUSS. No Springs to chafe. Price—Single, Double, 22/6. SilJt Eliutlo Stooklnes. etc. DENVER BEOS.. <"</„ Qnnrtnt 4 I nriH.i...

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LIVE STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

LIVE STOCK MABHETS. Fat Sheep.—l'rime crossbred wethers from 20/ to 22/, extra 22/6 to 25/9, crood i.0/9 to ]'•)/, second and inferior from 15/, prime crossbred ewes 17/ to 19/. extra 20/ to 22/0, a few higher. Rood 1*1/6 to 16/, seconds 12/ to 13/, inferior 9/ to 11/. prime merino wethers 17/9 to 2u/. extra 21/ to 22/, with selected pens at 22/0 and 25/3, uood f-om 11/0 to 16/, second irom 11/9 to 13/. few inferior less, merino ewes "/ to M/6. extra to 17/6, old. low-conditioned sorts at low figures. Fat Lambs.—Prime sold at from 13/0 to 15/, extra 15/6 to 17/, few to 19/9, pood from 12/ to 13/3, seconds 10/ to 11/, inferior from 8/6, few small less.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL, GRAIN AND PRODUCE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

WOOL, GRAIN km PRODUCE. TUESDAY. After an interval of three weeks, local sales of wool were held on Wednesday last, the offerings comprising 7581 bales of oddments, late shorn lots and scoured wools from Queensland. Competition was keen, and values showed an advance of fully 5 per cent, above the closing rates of the imme mediately preceding auctions. The position in Europe is all in favour of producers, prices at the Ant werp sales on Thursday being; up from 5 to 12 per r;ent. over the rates secured in January, and a buoyant market is anticipated when the London auctions open to-day. The offerings in the latter centre will aggregate 141,000 bales, as compared with 160,000 bales catalogued at the corresponding date last year. The easy monetary position, and the fact that Yorkshire is now as optimistic in re gard to the future as it was formerly pessimistic, ensured plenty of competition. There is a strong demand for crossbred tops on the Bradford market at an advance of id. per lb. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Jf. C. WILLIAMSON Ltd MELBOURNE ATTRACTIONS. Her Majesty's Theatre* Commencing at 7.50 sharp. J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD.'S STUPENDOUS PANTOMIME EXTRAVAGANZA. Based upon the Attractive Story of THE FORTY THIEVES. TWO ACTS. WITH SIXTEEN SCENES. CROWDED WITH ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES AND FEATURES. 350— PEOPLE IN THE PRODUCTION. 350 Plan at Allan's. TKoatir® Royal. TO-NIGHT and EVERY EVENING. AN UNMISTAKABLE TRIUMPH Achieved by LOUIS N. PARKER'S GREAT PAGEANT PLAY. Joseph and His Brethren, With a Notable Cast, including prominent artistn from the principal London theatres. The Greatest and Most Successful of all Dramatic Spectacles. Box plan at Allan's. D.C. and R.S., f./. Priac®©®9® TS&©afcF®. SECOND WBBIC SECOND WEEK. ALLEN DOONE, America's and Australia's Foremost Irish Sineriiig Comedian and Romantic Actor, And the Beautiful and Accomplished American A P+TPCC MISS EDNA KEELEY, And his Company of 40 Artists. In the Great Patriotic Drama, portraying the Stirring Days of '98, THE HEBEL. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Athenaeum Hall. Direction FAULKNER SMTTH. Man a per St. .Tohn-Caron ... GERALD C. BRANSON. WEDNESDAY. i 1th. SATURDAY. 14tli. TUESDAY. 17th MARCH. R3Rd immgus stb johm ENGLISH SOCIETY ENTERTAINER, In BEHIND THE BEYOND, A Satire on a Problem Play in Three Acts by the great Canadian Humourist. Professor Stephen Leacock. MDLLE. IRMA CAPON (Daughter of the late Leon Caron), OPERATIC SOPRANO and VIOLINIST, In GEMS PROM OPERA. MR. NORMAN CHURTON (Basso). MADAME LEON CARON (Accompanist). Prices—3/. 2/. and 1/. Box plan at the Pianola Co., Collins St.

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

ARE OPERATIONS ALWAYS NECESSARY. j The revolt against surgical operations, espeol ally on womenfolk, continues. Medicine and | home treatment are cheaper than an operation, j which possibly explains why operations are so J fashionable—from the doctor's point of view. I The Ladies' College of Health can point to | many hundreds of cases where operations had | been held to be the only cure; but the patients | preferred the College's Orange (Lily Home Trea*- 1 ment, and are now fully cured and permanently | restored to health. Those, interested should | write to the Dept. 92, Ladies' College of | Health, Alexandra Chambers, 46 Elizabeth-st. g Melbourne. If 2d. is enclosed with the letter., a | book telling all about this, treatment will be | Rent per return post. K LACES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. T Larpis Assortment of DAINTY BLOUSES. A' Hand Embroidered and Trimmed with Irish Crochet. Great Variety of NECKWEAR. MISS A. F. KELLY, 17* COLLINS STREET. Small and Edwards Bulldines. Take UK. 1 '...

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COURSING IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

COURSING IN ENGLAND. By "Misterton." The principal coursing event during the first week of the New Year was at Altcar, when the. Home Bred Produce Stakes of 66 acceptances was-decided. Owing to a severe frost, the start was delayed unti] 12 o'clock. With fifty courses to run. many visitors had misgivings as to the possibility of completion before dusk. But these were soon dis- ' pelled, one drive providing- sufficient hares for the day's requirements, and enabling the fifty-odd trials necessary to be run ofi in four hours. After the frost, the going in parts was greasy, and, witb hares breaking back, the leading dog often suffered j in consequence, making some exceptionally wide sweeps, thus giving the slower greyhound a fine ! opportunity, which, needless to say, was made the j most of. The three puppies to divide were the Duke of Leeds' Leucoryx (Lottery—Gaysfield), Mr. ; Birkbeck's Bigwig (Silk and Scarlet—Cracker) and the Earl of Sefton's Sycophant (Suspected—Shake a-Fut). Lotte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Mitchell's Old Irish Whisky Is as good as heart can wish.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

KYNETON COURSING CLUB . SEASON 1914. APPLICATIONS, are invited up till Saturday, 7th March, for the following positions (1) JUDGE. (2) SLIPPER. Applicants to state fee required. About nine days' coursing will be held during season. JAS. .T. HEFFER.MAN. See. 'Phone 74.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

WINDMILLS"™" Alston's New Gearless Is the SIMPLEST WINDMILL MOTION ever invented Only Three working parts Bearings Throughout All Moving Parts enclosed in Dust' proof Case, and Bun in Oil Over 30,000 "ALSTON" Mills in use NO ATTENTION REQUIRED Expert advice & Catalogues Free on application James Alston I Queen's Bridge, MELBOURNE

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

TF you want to BORROW MONEY, ro to N.S.W. A Mont de Piete Co. Ltd., 74 CaBtlereaeh Street, 74, Sydney, or 215-217 Swnnston St., Melbourne. EUSTACE BF/NNETT. General Manager. THE subtle details which elevate the expert cutter to a plane 1 above the lesser lights are never more pronounced than in the w„ & >ult At Five Guineas. They are obvious in the distinctive style of every garment, in the faultless accuracy of the fit, in the niceness of the finish. It is a careful attention to these finer points that has won for our house its wide reputation amongst the discriminating. New Mercery Fashions. A Choice Array of the Latest Ideas in Men's Mercery Hats, Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear. Hose, &c. BBS WINDOWS, OPEN THIX 10 p.m ON FBIDAYS. Woods m Hanson For DieSinetkxs Character in Draco, Established 24 Years. 40-42 Elizabeth Street. (Cor. of Flinders Lane) "a..;""r'X":.",t"''."7 ' fnnF? I

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Financial. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

financial The wisdom of underwriting received further exemplification, if such were needed, in the re sult of the flotation of the half -million loan of the Prahran and Malvern Irani ways Trust, tenders for which closed :>n Moucluy last. On the same day the Melbourne Harbour Trust was on the market with an issue of £300,000. The former issue was offered at par, the rate of interest being, fixed at 4| per i-ent. It was underwritten by Messrs. H. Byron Moore and Day. Altogether, 99 tenders were lodged, these representing only ail72,iM0, so that the underwriters had to take up £328,000 of the loan. The tenders ranged from par to £101 per £100, and the average of the tenders work ed out at £100/1/7.4, or 1/7.4 above the minimum. The Harbour Trust's loan was over-subscrib ed to the extent of £2900. It was taken at practically the minimum of 97, only a couple of tenders being lodged for a higher price, aiid then only 6d. above the rate fixed, so that the issue went off-at a shade over ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

SEVEN* (7) PUPPIES (Five Dors and Two Bitches) By DASHKORKA (imp.)—GO CANNY. Whelped 2nd January, 1914. Dashkorka is an imported dog by. Dendrnspis ''winner English Waterloo, 1909) ex Dashing Heroine. He has won two stakes, viz., Newmarket Champion Puppy S'aiies and the Manor Stakes, South Lanca shire. Ha has eight English Waterloo Winners in the first four lines of his pedigree. Go Canny ha* Goldsmith blood in her veins. Inspection invited. PRTCE : FIVE GUINEAS. Apply P. CHIRNSIDE, JUNR., "THE MANOR,'.' WERRIBBE. One BITCH, whelped Nov., '12 ; 3 BITCHES and • 1 BOG, whelped July, "13—by The Golden King , (imp. Coat of Arms—Rosalie) from Under and Over (imp. Gone Over—Happy Gem). I Two DOGS and 1 BITCH, whelped Aug., '13, by I The Golden King—Senate Lass .(Senator—Fee; Booth). j Prices and extended pedigrees on application. ' W. T. ROWE, POKTARLINGTON. FOR SALE.—One Black Dog and one Black Bitch ' (Jan., 1913) bv Cruiser (Bulwark—Lady Jackson)— i Kaffir Queen (Full Captain—Briton's ...

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