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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

WEARING FURS Supplied by INCLEY'S LTD.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TIVOLI (OPERA HOUSE) TANGO TEA GIRLS IN THE FASHION PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

TIVOLI (OPERA HOUSE) TANGO TEA GIRLS IN THE FASHION PARADE. FANCY BALL AT "OFHIR." A successful fancy dress bail was given at "Ophir/' Sorrento, on Saturday evening, 21st Feb ruary. About one hundred weiv present. The dancing was interspersed v;ith songs, recitation's, and, instrumental music. Those taking part included the Misses Smith, B. Cohen, Burridge, and Marjery Smith, al-so Messrs. Winfield, D. Cohen, J. Cohen, and R. Brennan. A guessing competition was held, the first lady's prize being won by Miss B. Cohen, and the first gentleman's prize by Mr. D. Cohen. Dainty refreshments were served during the even ing. Those wearing fancy dress included—Mrs. D. Cohen, who was richly dressed as an Indian Prin cess. Mrs. J. Cohen—Princess of Trebizond. Mrs. R. Lewis—Japanese Lady. Mrs. Barrett—Egyptian Lady. Mrs. Whitelaw—Ma Mie Rosette. Mrs Burridge—Queen of the Earth. Mrs. H. G. Smith Lady of 20th Century. Mrs. J. Harry—Joy Bells. Mrs Murray—Snow. Mrs. Plummer—Night. Mrs. Adam—Eve. Mr...

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

Gracefulness The sccret of Graceful Poise 1 and Beauty of Figure, com bined with Comfort, lies in a properly designed and cor rectly fitted Corset. These essential features are all embodied in the Celebrated ROYAL "P.D." RUSTLESS CORSETS, which, in addition to adding an exquisitely graceful sweep to the figure, and moulding it into the true lines demanded by Fashion, provide the utmost comfort always. Even the snuggest fitting "P.D." has a desirable and most delightful freedom from pressure on bust and diaphragm. Ask your Draper to show you the New Models of these Famous Corsets. Royal "KD= Rustless Corsets

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

SILVER WEDDING. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Haines were "at home" on 20th February at "Como," Northcote for their silver wedding. They entertained all their rela tions and many friends at high tea, served in the large diningroom, which was beautifully decorated for the occasion. The excellent catering was done by Mr. W. H. Holder. Mrs. Haines, who received her guests under a silver floral wedding-bell, sus pended from the coiling, wore a charming gown of white satin, veiled in shadow lace and finished with a crepe ninon belt in two shades of purple. Miss B. Haines helped her mother to receive in a pretty frock of heliotrope satin, veiled with floral ninon. Later, there was a guessing competition, followed by songs and recitations by Mrs. C. Innes and Miss .Tna Webster. An enjoyable orchestra also played throughout the evening, and many toasts were proposed and drunk with musical' honours. Amongst the guests were : Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Belc...

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

A BRILLIANT BALL. Mrs. John Moffat, of (Chatsworth House, Chats worth, Mrs. Tom 'Millear, of Edgarly, Willaura, and Mrs. .Bertie Austin, of Eiler, Lake Bolac, grave a large " At Home" in the 'S't. Kilda Town Hall on Tues'day last. It was a memorable eyening in every Way. The gathering included members of the lead ing country and metropolitan families, the elder ladies beinig representative of wealth and standing, and those of the present generation being typical examples of the grace and beauty of the daughters of the 'Commonwealth. This popular hall has been the locale of many dances notable for their enjoy ment and artistic surroundings, but none have ever exceeded, if equalled, this ball It was altogether a charminig scene. The dead white of the newly renovated .interior formed an effective background for the novel scheme of decoration, about which there was no uniformity to spoil the effect. The guests entered under yellow fringed iportieres, and received .a pleasant welcome fro...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING Turf Flotsam and Jetsam. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Turf Flotsam a&d Jetsam. By "Omoga.'' As a test of stamina and staying excellence the Champion Stakes, which will be run for the fifty-eighth time on Saturday, is unexcelled. Run over three miles at weipjht-for-age, it in variably brings together a select field of first raters, and its past winners include such nota bilities as Carbine (twice), Trafalgar (twice), Prince Foote, Wakeful, Dividend (twice), Pias tre, Newhaven, and A.b:;reorn. In the last twenty-six years the first favourite has won the Champion on twenty .occasions, which is easily the record for the success of the public fancy in any one race in Australia. Trafalgar, who scored at 25 to 1 on, two years ago, is the hottest favourite to win the race, while Divi dend, who in 1907 started at 20 to 1 against, and beat the 8 to 1 on chance. Poseidon, by three lengths, is the biggost outsider to win the race. The time record for the Champion is 5.23:5, registered by Wallace and Quiver in. their memorable dead-heat of ...

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

DRUIDS' GALA & BAZAAR. EASTER WEEK. In Aid of THE AUSTIN HOSPITAL And FREE KINDERGARTENS of VICTORIA. DRUIDS" and CARLTON STALL. To be RAFFLED, A Magnificent Black Opal and Diamond Pendant Set in Platinum. Value 60 Guineas. Tickets, ONE SHILLING EACH. Can be obtained at Messrs. Stewart Dawson's, Col lins Street, Melbourne, or J. J. Brenau's, Grattan and Prummond Streets, Carlton. Heip the Only Hospital for Incurables in Victoria. KteheTs Old Irish I mil have, or I will have none.

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

FISHERS BEAUTY PILLS for the LIVER make CLEAR COM PLEYIONS IP YOU PAY £5 PER BOTTLE YOU CANNOT GET BETTER PILLS TO CLEAR THE COMPLEXION, AND MATCF. THE EYES BRIGHT, THAN Fisher's Beauty Pills TAKEN EXTENSIVELY BY GENTLEMEN DE SIROUS OF HEALTHY LIVERS AND GOOD LOOKS. THE PILL THAT WILL. ALWAYS ASK FOR FISHER'S LIVER PILLS. ALL CHEMIST'S AND STORES. 1/ PER BOTTLE.

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THE PEAYGOER HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

By "Peter Oaiaoe." HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. The pantomime of "The Forty Thieves" is now concluding the eleventh week ci its run (with eight performances :t week), and it is no exaggeration to say that it continues to be as popular as ever, and will assuredly achieve the record of1 success for a -T- 0. Williamson Christ* mas production. In this particular pantomime the comedians are the life ana soul of the piece, and it is a somewhat unusual circumstance to have one of them a lady. Mr. Earry Lupino and Mr. Edwin Brett have their audiences will ingly captive from the beginning, but with them throughout and running equal is Miss Dolly Harmer, whose Liza Ann is an irresistibly comic, character, from her first entrance in the slave-market to her narration of "What Percy picked up in the Park :" The Three Kubes, who must also be classed as comedians, as well as acrobats, fixed themselves - firmiy in popular favour on the opening night, and have remained fixed stars ever since. Miss Dorothy...

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

COURSING FIXTURES FOR 1914. Appended are the dates allotted officially for meetings in the No. 5 or Melbourne District Cours ing Centre durintr the forthcoming season. I have to thank Mr. James D'Helin, the secretary, for this list, and trust other district secretaries will let me have their fixtures as early as possible. APRIL. 22—Essendon 27—Werribee 29—Kyneton 1—Essendon 10. 11—Inverleitfh 21—Woodstock 22—Ballan 6—Melton 6>—Ballarat 9—Footscray 13—Romsey 13, 14—Werribee IS, 10—l'nverleigh 19—Woodstock 20, 21—Creswick 3—Romsey 8—Melton 8, 9—Clunes 8, 9—Kyneton 13—Footscray 16—Woodstock 17--Ballan 1—Essendon 2, 3—V.C.C. 8—Romsey 8—Melton 11—Footscray 15—Kyneton 15, 113, 17—rClunes 4, 5—Kyneton 5—Ballarat 7, 8—Inverleiph 8—Footscray 12—Romsey 12—Melton 12, 13—Creswick 2—Romsey • 2—Kyneton 9—Ballan 9, 10—Creswick 9, 10—Werribee MAY. 20—Ballan 21—Creswick 20—Kyneton 23—Kilmore 27^Essendon 28. 29—V.C.C. (Derby & Oaks Meeting.) JUNE. 20—Kilmore 24, 25—Creswick 24, 25—Werribee...

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

TRAINING. With a few points ol rain already recorded, and eve: y indication of more to follow, greyhound owi.ers arc commencing on the preparation of their doBo. For the benefit of beginners, a few intro ductory notes on training may not be out of place. The very first thing to do is to satisfy yourself that the dog is absolutely free from worms, for if he be affected by these parasites no amount of treatment will enable him to do himself justice. In physicking my own dogs, I find it cheaper and move satisfactory to get the medicine irom "Bed dome's" ready for use. With its large and con stant turnover, such a firm has no stale drugB to dispose of, and the special skill of . the dispenser is ever advantageous. Areca nut is tho accepted vermifuge for dogs, and those who prefer to mix the bolus for themselves may proceed, thus : Weigh out one grain of grated areca for each pound weighs of the dog, add 20 grs. of jalap, and make a mass of it with castor oil. Spirits' of turpentine is t...

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

Commonwealth jHjh®anfe ofHustraUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY SU« Bank is open for oil classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS ei EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE AIm at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Bockhampton, Townoville, and Londoa. Oftble remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direot. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters ot credit issued to any part of the' world. Bills negotiated or forwarded (or collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transaoted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit*. Advanoeii made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Vlotorlan Central Office s 317 COLLIN8 STREET, MEL BOURN B. Branches in the abore cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Oommonwaaltit. 1 , Dopooits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% por annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agency within the Commo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

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N.S.W. FIXTURES FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

N.S.W. FIXTURES FOR APRIL. 8—Geurie 20—Bingara 3 S—Armidale 22—Gunnedah 13—Orange 25—Mudeeo 16, 17—N.S.W. Derby & Oaks (Rooty Hill)

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SOCIAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

SOCIAL GOSSIP. The week lias been a fairly busy'ore, thanks to charity meetings and Shakespeare memorial agitations. The latter are causing great ex citement . and perturbation of mind amongst, the few it has so far enthralled. A gloom was cast over the last meeting by a hard-hearted, prac tical man suggesting that the Cricket 0round was too large ami expensive an undertaking, and proposing the Town Hall in its stead, and much hue and outcry and indignant _ protest arose on all sides after this statement, had fallen like a bomb. Why it should be .consi dered rank heresy to rake in money for the Immortal One with frolics at the Town Hall, instead of in the wilderness of the Cricket Ground, was not explained by wrathful enthu siasts. A meeting will be held next Tuesday, and all wil, no doubt be made dear. The women writers and journalists are'becom ing qftiiet, amiable and1 tolerant towards one •another on account of the frequent meetings, under the hustling presidency of Mrs. Harriso...

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

r For INFANTS & INVAUDS. ".Admirably adapted to the wants of infants." , ->-Sir Cha«. A. Cameron, C.B., M.D. Food. ■ '-'A Mother's Testimony: .Mrs. J. KAIN, 6. Rockingham Road. Don caster, writes: DOCTOR , ADVISED ME TO- GIVE MY TWIN BOYS OF SIX WEEKS OLD YOUR NEAVE'S FOOD. I have reaspn to be grateful to , my Doctor for his advice, because I have never lost a night's rest with any of my children, antf thiey 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.mother^ nursing and by invalids." Has for many years been used In the Russian Imperial Family. Hsarly 00 Years' Reputation. COLD MEDAL8 London. 1900 & 1006, 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, E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Suffered Intense Misery, Itched Terribly, Bled When Scratched. Used Two Tins of Cuticura Oint ment, Hand's-Well. Ocean View, Lifcunda, Vic.—"Cuticura Ointment lias cur^d my hands after suffer ing intense misery for several years. About eleven years ago little red spots appeared on both hands -which itched so ter ribly that I would rub them with the scissors till the sldn came off. They grew worse, swelled and cracked, causing great pain, which however was not so bad as the irrita tion. I have waked in the morning to find my hands bleeding where I had scratched them while asleep. After being like this for about three years my hands gradually got better, but never well. "A gentleman who had suffered from weeping eczema and who had tried every thing cured himself with the Cuticura Remedies. He persuaded me to try the Cuticura Ointment, which I did. I used two tins of the Cuticura Ointment as directed, and my hands are well, the skin sound, smooth and soft, whereas since they first took...

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SYDNEY SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

SYDNEY SHOWS. There is, always a' market for pantomime or for entertainments of that class. Years ago people wanted solid drama and clever comedy ?ll the time, with a season of pantomime at Xmas, just as an annual departure from the routine. But in those days the same people ploughed stolidly through three-volume novels, and art was a serious matter second only to religion. W.e have changed all that. Art is a football kicked about by cultists, and futurists, and other cranks. The three-volume novel is as much a curiosity as the jawbone of a mam moth, and almost equally interesting. The •magazine and the short, luightly-written, richly printed and illustrated modern novel have corns into being. The m'usic hall and vaudeville have jousted the serious drama and the brilliant comedy. Pinero fills the Little Theatre. But he would probably bring loss in a big house like the Royal or -Jler Majesty's. It is the age of the inconsequential in tneatric.il art. That is why "The Land of Nod" is ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

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People We Know The Intriguers. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

The Intriguers., Ever since the game oE party politics was established one of the bhings regarded as essen tial to a successful player of it has been a gift for intrigue. There may be isolated cases; of men who have risen to political prominence simply by reason of their, native virtues, but even the cleverest men of the highest abiLitv have had to make use of intrigue to reach and maintain the positions they have gained. There is scarcely a Premier in Australia to-day who does not owe his advancement to successful in trigue, often extending over a long period ol years. Scores of men go into Parliament vow ing that they will not have anything to do with this phase of the game ; but before they have been there a session they are deep in it. It is the piquant sauce of politics, for intrigue leads to the unexpected. It elevates unknown men to fame. It pulls famous men down to obscurity. It is the mysterious force which is always at work in every political circle, whe ther it? be a Labo...

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