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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Warbarton—"Mountain Grand." 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. Sjnd for Booklet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Ireland's Finest Whisky, Mitchell's Old Irish. Famous throughout the World. Telephone. Cwatrri S97B. Telegrams : "Robertson," Exchange. Melbourne. : H. Jn Robertson (Member of Stock Exchange of Melbourne), STOCK & SHAREBROKER, 371 COLLINS STREET. Agents in all Centres. NOBEL-GLASGOW EXPLOSBVES Are World-Renowned for GOLD FmumG. DALGETY & CO. Ltd., Sole Agents. I I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Have You Bought a Motor Car? If not, remember when doing so that THE BODY makes the car. We design aud build Motor Bodies to ordsr for any make,' in any style, at Most Reasonable Rates. Stevenson Bros., Motor Body Works, 4(8 PUNT ROAD. SOUTH YARRA. Tel., Windsor 1811. Many Improvements. MANY unique and important' improvements in motor-car building are embodied in the 1914 Cadillac, new- features not to lie found in any other car-the two-speed direct-drive axle^ "hinged Bteering wTieel',.'&c,, &c. It was for these advancements that the 1914 Model was awarded Dewar Trophy, an honour twice bestowed on the "Cadillac." Catalogue on application. The 1914 Cadillac 7-passenger. BALGETY ® CO. Ltd. SOLE AGENTS FOR DAIMLER, AUSTIN, DELAUNA'Y-BELLEVILLE, NAPIER, CADILLAC, BUICK, AND OPEL CARS, AND FOR HALLEY AND LACRB MOTOR LORRIES. <354-.<564 Bcmrlie St., MeHbo^rsae. ! J Lancer Plumes Worn by Thousands of Fashionable Women As illustration, 22m. Extra wide ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

n, Fishers Great Nerve Toni For Brain Iag aNervousness IF YOU PAY £5 PER BOTTLE YOU CANNOT GET A BETTER TONIC FOR NERVE EXHAUSTION, HEADACHE, AND INDIGESTION THAN "Fisher's Great Nerve Tonic'' THE FAMOUS BRAIN AND NERVE FOOD. ALL CHEMISTS. 1/ PER BOTTLE. FOUR TIMES THE QUANTITY. 2/6. "PLASMON foods MAKE BOMB, MUSCLE BRAIN." DAVID F M.D. ANALYSIS PROVES that the nutriment (viz., pure assimilable proteld) contained in. %-lb. of beef fillet does not equal one-third oz.% whilst PUSH contains 81.30% pure proteid and 2.66% Of the all-essential Organic Phosphorus, which is vital not merely to health, but to actual existence.

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Bowls. By "Boomerang." NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Bowls. By "Boomerang." NOTES. The Heather family, like the Cooper and other families, has always had a great deal of enthusiasm for bowls. Mr. and Mrs. Heather have been closely connected with the old Albert Park (now S.M.G.O.I Club for many years, and when "bowls for women" (sounds like votes for women) came about Mrs. Heather was amongst the first to "cotton on" to it. The S.M.C.C. Ladies' Bowling; Club, with a green ar.d clubhouse of its own, is a real live in stitution, and Miss Elsie Heather -has won the Championship for about the fourth time there. The. Kangaroos issued invitations for a ladies' night, which duly eventuated last evening at "Tha Strand," Collins-street. I will have something to say about it next week, and I believe it was one of the best they have had. Before the "Australian team" sailed for New |Zea land there were some bitter expressions of feeling in Sydney because the other States had seemingly taken no notice of the projected departure. This, ot course, wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

££ MY POOR BACKS if The Happiest Moments of a Woman's Life are made miserable by the Pains of Kidney Disease—Backache, Headache, Dizziness, Rheumatism, and that Heavy, Drowsy Feeling. * Every Picture Tells A Story" How, CAN a woman go about her tedious daily round cheerfully when her aching back and throb bing head are giving her no peace from morning to night ? Little wonder that she gets up in the morning irritable and miser able, when she thinks of the day's backaching work facing her— little wonder that the household worries and the noise of the child ren try her nerves, and slowly wear her down, until at last she HAS to give up altogether. But don't be discouraged, for kidney disease is curable—as Mrs. Bell's experience shows — but only under proper kidney treat ment. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills give the kidneys and bladder the same relief as an ordinary laxative medicine gives the bowels, and are of the highest value in diseases of the kidneys, bladder and urinary system—so l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Lafayette, Collins Street (The Wefrh Building?), For Perfect Portraits. We have yet to meet a dissatisfied customer. Lafayette, Collins Street.*** TASMANIA The Favourite Holiday Resort. Packed with Beauty Spots,, The Fisherman's Paradise. Vary your journey to Hobart by including the beauti ful East Coast or North-Western routes. Enquire re West Coast trip, including the Gordon River—absolutely the finest river scenery in the Commonwealth. EASTER CHEAP EXCURSIONS 8-14th April, good for return till 27th April—£3/19/3 Melbourne to Hobart return (via Laun ceston). Western Line and Mole Creek Caves 18/9 extra. FOR ALL INFORMATION. RESERVED SEATS ON EXPRESS TRAINS. GUIDE BOOKS, *«.. APPLY AT Tasmanian Government Tourist Agency, Domioion Chambers, 59—61 WILLIAM ST., MELBOURNE.

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Fact and Rumour. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Tact and Rumour. Mr. and . Mrs. W. Absalom, of St. James's Park, Hawthorn, are leaving this month by the Osterley for a trip to Europe. Mr. H. H. Jones, of Collins-street, who has been seriously ill at St. Evins Private Hospi tal for the past three weeks, leaves that insti tution shortly, and goes with Mrs. Jones to Healesville, where they have taken a house for the winter. Miss Edelsten, who recently severed her con necctibn with Messrs. Small and Co., photo graphic importers, where she has held an im portant position for many years, leaves by the Medina for an extended visit to her sister, Dr. Edelsten, of New South Wales. Miss Myra Conrick left by the Wyiecma on Saturday for Brisbane on a six months' holi day. to join her brother, Dr. Victor Conrick, who is in practice in that city. Mr. and Mrs. .Anthony Hordern, who arrived by the Medina toA' Mondky, have rooms at the Oriental fio'Jel!' ' "Mrs. flordetn,- senior, and the ba".)y girl* •"'iHirse and maid aecofr>p'any them. Mr. ...

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

SOCIETY. The new Governor-General, Sir Ronald,tiVIunro Ferguson, is not a great believer in titles, and it came as a surprise Co his intimate friends that he should accept «ne. This statement was recently made to an Australian on tour by Lord Carmiehael, formerly Governor of Vic toria, now Governor of bengal. "Munro-Fer guson" and "Gibson-Carmiehael" are very old and intimate friends, 'the new Governor-Gen eral is looking eagerly forward to Australia; but, according to Lord Carmiehael, he woukl, have one disadvantage in the eyes of Australians in that he lacked a title, "'hat disadvantage, it was suggested, might be easily remedied. "Not so easily," replied Lord Carmiehael, "Munro Ferguson is so proud of his an«:ionfc name - and lineage that it is doubtful if he would accept any title—probably does not think there could be a higher title." This conversation took place before the announcement that the new Governor-General had been made a K.C.M.G. ■No doubt "The Munro-Ferguson" waived...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

The SPRING SEASON will soon be in full swing ! BAP AN t TAKE- TOUR PASSAGE NOW iiHrun ■ jf vou want t0 SECURE ACCOMMODATION by the FAMOUS C6 N. Y, The NIPPON YUSEN K ATS IT A Route for choice— easily BEST. SAILINGS (leaving Sydney noon) : Niraco MARTT. MARCH 18. KUMANO MARU. • APRIL 15. TANGO MARTI. MAY 13. NIIvKO MARU, JUNE 10. For Rates, Freights, and ALL INFORMATION, apply BURNS, I'HILP & CO., LTD.. Managing Stents. SYDNEY. M'EWA Gigantic Alteration Sale NOW ON. CUTLERY DEPARTMENT James Dixon and. Sons' N.S. Tea Spoons ... Dessert ... Table Dessert Forks ... ... Table Joseph. Fenton £ dozen ;Table Knives ... ... . Joseph Fenton 4 dozen Dessert Knives ... ... Lockwood's Table Knives ... ... Dessert ,, ... ■■.. Other makers corresponding reductions. Carvers pair Humphrie's Carvers Tlio Victor Safety Ranor with 6 blades Bengal Razors Usual Sale Price. Price, d. s. d. 3 4 3 E.P. GOODS Serviette Rings Butter! Knives ... Jam Spoons Bread Forks-- ... Butter Dishes ... ., Jam Dis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

SUITES and ROOMS now available at "DE COMET." EAST ST. KILDA, In connection with "CliOYNfE." MRS. PENDER, late oi "*oorals House." 'Phone 2225 Wlndior. Melbourne's Largest and Most Up-to-date Warehouse for ART FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS. Special Reductions in All Departments FOR ONE MONTH ONLY. Imported Bedroom Suites, All BrasssBedsteads, Wallpapers and Friezes at a Reduction of 15 per cent. Carpets and Linoleums, a large selection of odd sizes and patterns to be cleared at a Reduction of 10 per cent. CHUSCH BROTHERS Ply. Ltd. 238-240 ELIZABETH STREET (Just above Qaoeral Foot Offlea). The1 Ideal Face Cream. Preserves and Beautifies the Complexion. © 'VX-.,', ' „ Of*' Prepared *a£Hd packed v in Russia. "■-,;Warm , weather worries— sunburn, * "roftglinesS... •••' -redness, undue • moistnes's-fi-all "vanish oji tlie application of 3. little "Uaziini." • CAZIMIr'g'oAP, 1/6 Tablet. . ; JAZIMI POWDER, 1/6, 3/6 Box. 4/6 Der iar. From all Chemists,- Stores ' v J or Toilet Parlours. Rdlcrtso...

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SOCIAL. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Coming Events. 10th March.—Miss Wynne Macoboy's Invitation Con cert. Masonic- Hall. Plan at Pianola Co. 10th March..—A.W.N.L. 10th Anniversary Celebra tion, Melbourne Town Hall. 11th March.—The Mayoress of St. Kilda (Mrs. D. O'Donnell) will hold a Reception in the Town Hail, St. Kilda. from 3 to 5 p.m. Uth, Mth, 17th March.—Mr. Marcus St. John's Recitals o£ "Behind the Beyond," assisted by Miss Irma Carun and Mr. Norman Gliurton. Athenaeum Hall. Plan at Pianola. 12th March.—The Mercantile Rowing Club's Night at "The Butterflies," Lyric Theatre, St. Kilda, 8.30 p.m. Monster programme. 14th to 2Sth March.—Melbourne Croq,uet Club, Open Championship Tournament, held at the Lawns. Union-st., Wfndsor. Miss Alice H. Guthrie, hon sec. 31st March.—Opening of the Loan Exhibition of Old Furniture, Silver, China, Textiles and Prints at Federal Government House. President, Her Excellency Lady Denman : hon. treasurer. Lady Oreswell : hon. organising sec.. Miss Mary Chom ley, 8 Bruce-st., Toorak. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

ARRIVAL OP THE GOVERNOR AND LADY STAN LEY AT "STONNINGTON," MALVERN. i -iiiijii iiI.,,.-mp" m GROUP AT THE SILVER WEDDING OF MR. AND MRS. A. FRITTERER, OF FITZROY. Celebrated on 21st February at the Fitzroy Town Hall. ANNUAL RALLY OF THE EARLY PIONEERS' ASSOCIATION OP AUSTRALIA. Temperance Hall, Melbourne, Mondny. 2n<] Mnrch. The East Melbourne Literary and Debating So ciety carried out a successful Shakespeare Evening on Wednesday, 2">th February, at the Trinity Hall, Mr. James Younger presiding. The selections from the Bar-1 of Avon were rendered by Mr. Herbert Woodhousc, whose familiarity with the choice ex tracts delivered, combined with spirited treatment, found full favour with the numerous audience as sembled, encores being- the rule at the conclusion. The humorous speeches by Gratiano, Launcelot, Gobbo and Old Gobbo, Hotspur, Mercutio and Jacques gave an airy tone to the programme, which also included a brief discourse by tho reciter pp. Shakespeare and his mes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

The Misses Montgomery, TEACHERS OP MODERN BALLROOM DANCING. SPECIALISING AMERICAN RAGTIME, TANGO ar.d BOSTON: "VVORANGA." E. MALVERN. Telephone 907 Malvern. Miss ELSIE ROWEN'S School of Dancing WILL RE-OPEN on SATURDAY, 7th MARCH, at MAYVILLE HALL, Cecil-street, South Melbourne. Apply for particulars to 40 Dundas Place, Albert Park. "Ronalds"anil Central Floral studio, Wl@©a83Q$Ql FloplBtS, 99 SWANSTON STREET. BON VOYAGE BASKETS oi BOUQUETS sent to BOAT or TRAIN. Specialty—BASKETS for SALOON TABLES Bids, Atkinson & Sons Pty. Ltd. The Collins Street House. Novelties in Fancy Hair Pins FOR DAY AND EVENING WEAR. - A NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED. Plain Amber and Dark Shell Colour. This style : 1/11, 2/6, 2/11 each. Jewelled in every possible variety o! shape—2/11, r>/9, 0/9. 8/0. lO/'o, 14/9, 16/9, 18/9, to 42/ each. HAIR. SLIDES and COMBS, mounted in finely cut Brilliants. BRILLIANT SHOE BUCKLES —6/9, 7/9, 8/9, 10/6, 15/9. BRILLIANT and PASTE ORNAMENTS on Velvet Neck bands in t...

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Approaching Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Approaching Marriages. The marriage of Mr. William Alexander Dal ryinplc and Miss Wanda St. Pimiock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C, D. .St. Pinnovk, of "L'anc ing," Erskine-street, Malvern, is arranged to take place at St. John's Church, Toorak, on Wednesday, 18th March, and afterwards at "Laru-ndel," Irving-road, Toorak. The marriage of Miss hessio Constance Den ham with Mr. William G. (i. Hart wilt take place at Scots' Church, Melbourne, on Tuesday, 7th April, at 6 o'clock, and afterwards at the Turn Verein Hall, Victoria Parade. The marriage of Miss "vera Phillips, only daughter of Mrs. Rathbone Phillips, ot 44 Park street, South Yarra, and Dr. John Gray, only son of Rev. and Mrs. John Gray, of " The Manse," W'arrnambtool, will taka place at Cairns Memorial Church, East Meloourne, on Wednesday, 25tli March, at 2.45 p.m., and afterwards at the Masonic Hall, Coliins-styiet. The marriage of Miss Adeline Muriel (Daisy) Nankervis, third daughter of Mr. W. II. Nan kervi£, of Johannesburg,...

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

Engagements. An engagement is announced between Mr. William Mead Glover, only son of Mrs. R. Glover, of Middle Park, :md Miss kubie Ask wiith, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \Y. F. Askwith, of "Fairhaven,"' Middle Park. An engagement is announced between Mr. John Oliver Ividd, of Warburton, only son of the late Sergeant Kidd, of Benaila, and Mrs. Kiidd, of "Belinda," Murray-strews, TOast prah ran, and Miss Maree Priscilla Perkins, only daughter of Mr. and Mr$. J. F. Perkins, of '"'The 'Rest," Warburton.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

HIS EXCELLENCY "SIR ARTHUR LYULPH STANLEY. GOVERNOR OP VICTORIA. THE HON. LADY STANLEY. With her daughters, Adelaide and Pamela, and lier son, Edward. MR. A. M'FARLANE'S b. h. IOWNIT. WINNER OF THE NEWMARKET HANDICAP.

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

MUSIC. By "Orfeo." This evening in the Vienna Cafe, at the hour of eight, the now established Australian Opera 'League will hold another meeting in. further ance of the project in 11 and--to wit, the prac tical encouragement of local writers of grand opera. It is said that the genius in any science or art is born, not made, "and that he rises superior to all the conflicting \ioissitudes oi fortune. And this may to a ceitain extent be true ; -but there is one necessary element to be taken into consideration, and that is environ ment. Without tfus greatness even with poten tial minds is rarely reached. Now, it is this environment and, in addition, an outlet of prac tical ( utility for - the music-writer's artistic wares that Mr. Fritz Hart and others are attempting to supply. And in this laudable desire they deserve every'suppor t from the gen eral public, and even officially from the Gov ernment. For, after all, a high standard of art in any country does more to draw atten tion to th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

"A LITTLE LOVE, A LITTLE KISS." t"UN PEU D* AMOUR." The most popular Melody published lor years. . The success of Europe and America. Piano Solo. Song and Walts Arrange ments. Each ' price 1/9 net. CHAPPELL & CO. LTD., 236 FLINDERS LANPJ. MELBOURNE. MAY BE HAD OF ALL MUSIC SELLERS. DRUIDS' GALA & BAZAAR. In Aid of THK AUSTIN HOSPITAL, The Only Hospital for (ncurahks in Victoria. To bo RAFFLED. COMPLETE SOLID SILVER TOILET SERVICE, Value 30 Guineas. Tickcts can be obtained at Messrs. Stewart Daw son's, Collins Street, Melbourne, or J. J. Hrenan's, Graltan and Drummond Street::. Carlton. Tickets, 1/ each. Pianos Bechstein Lipp FeuHch Ecke Thurmer' Tbcro b Afcu.iiitHy od better value to bo Obtained In Aiutrcita. S£ND FOR FBEE ILLUSTRATED AMD DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE G2. SOLE AOENTSl Melbourne, Bendigo. Gecloag. May be purchased by easy Instalment} Full value allowed for your old Piano at part payment

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