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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

s^a;v.„;.S in 17 Hours 25 Minutes! aattasszi From Dunedin, N.Z. CABLEGRAM To Dennys9 Lascelles Ltd., Geelong. "Hupmobile Standard Touring Model H established record New. "Zealand—Picton to Dunedin, South Island. 'Four hundred and "ninety-six miles NON-STOP, seventeen hours twenty-five minutes, " over Hills and River Beds, Most Severe Test ever put up in " New Zealand; on Continental Tyres/* Cai® of Quality and Durability The Car of Practical Utility ennys, Lascelles Ltd. f m y • - e YT^ _ o Victorian Representatives. I ALSO FOR „ _ _ ® Jf®JL i ® Pressed Steel Frame, webbed type, upswept rear, JL ^WlII Engine 69 mlm bore x 120 m/m stroke Four Cylinders, cast mono-bloc, Forced Lubrication by Rotary Pump, Ignition THE OWNER-DRIVER'S IDEAL. High Tension Magneto, Cooling Thermo-syphon. Every Part of the "SWIFT spells "RELIABILITY" If 4-Cylinder Engine, Interchangeable valves, "Ware" Auto matic (1914) Carburettor, Bosch High tension variable The World's Best is. Magneto, Lubrication Autom...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MASTER BAKERS' ASSOCIATION ANNUAL PICNIC. HELD AT ASPENDALE ON 18th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

MASTER BAKERS' ASSOCIATION ANNUAL PICNIC. HELD AT ASPENPALE ON 18th FEBRUARY. GROUP OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE PICNIC. GKOTJP OF MASTER MILLERS. SOME OP THE PICNICKERS. The education of the maSo?s and t,he sptead of culture are increasing 10 an alarming extent, and the Working Men's College will soon out strip the University for the too-too utterliness of its pupils, as well as in arts and crafts. "What," asked one student of another, '-do .you think of Harry Solder's workmanship ?" The person spoken of was a plumber ; the person addressed paused for an instant and then re plied : "He is not what I call a genius. Mind, I have no fault to find with the technique of his plumbing, and his treatment of the subject shows cleverness ; but his work lacks atmos phere, and is wanting in that jennysayq,uoy that makes the true artist. He is a good workman ; but, no—he is not what I would, in the highest sense of the word, call a plumber !" He came to Australia as an assisted immi grant to e...

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

LOOSE FROM THE ZOO.

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

AN ACCOMPLISHED FLEET. AUSTRALIA {to hardshell old Tory). —"You said we could never get a fleet* You said we could not man a fleet if we had it. What about it?"

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

FAIRFIELD SWIMMING CLUB CARNIVAL. GROUP OP COMMITTEE AND OFFICIALS. It is very usual -for travellers journeying irom here to England to break the journey and tour Egypt for some weeks. The many Melbourne people who have done this are very keenly interested in the production of "Joseph and His Brethren." All speak of the wonderful fidelity of the scenery, mural caivings, and dresses in the Egyptian scenes. Tne scene of the palm grove, with the wate: in the, middle distance and the pyramids in the distance, is a much-snapshotted one, for nearly all the travellers can produce postcards of it. The scenes in Pharoah's palace cvolces -nore enthu siasm still, for the travellers may he heard remarking : "I walked up lli.tfc hall and under that pylon." One regret is that the moon (lid not shine that particular midnight, when Zu leika met Simeon at Cheop's tomh, tor they all hanker for a better view of the Great Pyra mid. The dresses, with one striking-exception, are true to the period. This ...

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

BUOHANAN'S "BLACK & WHITE" can always be relied upon -^nr-tr« - gfi 6LJI©i€ & MfHBTlE Always the Highest Quality.

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

Herbal Skira Soap, '•BEAUTY'S AID." Free Sample Sent on Receipt of Twopenny Stamp. Kugelmann's Puro Herbal Skin Soap may bo ob tained at all Chemists, Drapers, and Storekeepers throughout Australasia at 2/6 per box of three large tablets. If not obtainable locally, send postal note or stamps of any State, to the value of "/ (including postage), when box will be posted per return mail. Sole Proprietors : - H. E. ICUGELMANN AND CO., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS and MANUFACTURERS, 106-3 KING ST., MELBOURNE ; PITT STREET, SYDNEY ; and at ADELAIDE and BRISBANE.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Motor and Motor Cycle Traders Association Annual Picnic, Held at Dromana on Saturday. 21st February, by the "Ozone." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Motor and Motor Cycle Traders Association Annual Picnic, Held at Dromana on Saturday. 21st February, by the "Ozone." 'SWING ME UP A LITTLE BIT HIGHER. ONE OP THE LUNCHEON PARTIES. A DTP IN THE BRINY. COMMITTEE OF THE CYCLE TRADERS' ASSOCIATION. COMMITTEE AND SPORTS OFFICIALS. GROUP FROM A. G. HEALING AND CO.'S. 4. DUO IN WHITE. THE SECRETARY AND FRIENDS. SOME OF THE PICNICKERS. GROTTP AT TIfE MASONIC BOWLING MATCH. PLAYED ON THE CARLTON GREEN

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

%mw A" .- >, X The Crown of Australia. minimi mm iiP<M»iM«MMi«iH»*Mw*ii«iM>«u)mi^^^ ebeesssbbkbemh . Altitude 7,328 feet. The Health-giving Breezes, straight from the Summer Snowdrifts, tone and invigorate the system. Spend a week at the Hotel Kosciusko, 6,000 feet up the Mountain, where the climate is superb, and return to home and office RENEWED AND REFRESHED. TROUT FISHING. —The 100 miles of rushing streams in Kosciusko's uplands excel the most famous Scottish streams. Season extends to 30th April. GOLF. —The Hotel Links have been sown with English grasses, and are now in excellent condition. The course is naturally bunkered, and adjoins the Hotel Kosciusko. OTHER SUMMER ATTRACTIONS embrace Lawn Tennis, Croquet, Swimming, Motoring and Riding Trips to the Summit and other points of interest, Mountaineering and Exploration, &c. Splendid Alpine tracks for pedestrians. VISITORS FROM MELBOURNE to Mount Kosciusko proceed by rail via Albury and Goulburn to Cooma...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN THE HARBOUR CITY. TALK OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

CALK OF THE WEEK. Perhaps if Mr. Holman had not been in New Zealand for a holiday there would have been no meat strike of any consequence. This is not intended as a compliment to Mr. Holman. Ra ther the reverse. Inferior Ministers were left the task of negotiating for a settlement while the Premier packed up and ba:Ie the Dominion a regretful farewell. Mr. Cann, who was act ing-Premier, went about with calamity perched upon his shoulders. He was clearly oppressed \vith the responsibility, laid upon him. Mr. Estell. was in the position of a man playing a new game, whose niceties he did not under stand. Every day he thought he had the dis pute settled. This was merely the hope born of lack of experience. Every day settlement moved farther off. Mr. Carmie.hael, the only man in the Ministry who does know all the moves in the strike settlement game, slipped away to Melbourne, where lie discussed im portant administrative matters with the State and Federal Governments. Then Mi. Ilolman re...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A REMARKABLE RECORD. MELBOURNE TO ADELAIDE. EXPRESS TRAIN BEATEN. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

A REMARKABLE RECORD. MKT .BOURNE TO ADELAIDE. EXPRESS TRAIN BEATEN. [ The'fastest and finest achievement yet aecom i plished in Australia on a motor car • is undoubtedly i " Murray Aunger's great overlaud drive from Mel ■ bourne to Adelaide. For nearly five years G. G. White's record of 20hrs. 6min. has stood as tho best for this-overland" drive ; but at 'one ffell swoop 4unger has cut over five hours off that record, j Such a feat to those who know the difficulties of route between Melbourne and Adelaide seems in credible. Yet Aunger left Melbourne at 3.5 a.m. on Thursday, 26th February, cheeked by a repre ; scntative of the Automobile Club of Victoria and Post Office official, and was in Adelaide before six o'clock (Victorian time) the same night. His gross time from capital to capital was 14hrs. 54min. -]2sec., his actual driving time being over thirty minutes less, he losing eighteen minutes through , delay in punting across the River Murray at Wel lington. owing to arrival ahea...

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

WEDDINGS MR. H. LAMB TO MISS O. M. WRAGGE. The "marriage of Mr. Harold Lamb, third son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lamb, of Willidrah Station Deniliquin, New South Wales, and Miss Olive Mary Wragge, youngest daughter of the late William Wragge and Mrs. Wragge, of Wharparilla Station, Echuca, and "Lansdown," North Brighton, was celebrated at St. .John's Church, Toorak, on 24th •February. The church decorations were beautiful palms and white flowers. A choral service accom panied the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. Canon Drought. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. W. Olive S. Wragge, wore a lovely gown of white satin charmeuse. The bodice of Limerick lace over pale pink chiffon was beauti fully draped. A court train of exquisite Limerick laco was lined with chiffon. The Limerick lace veil svas held with- a tiny wreath of orange blooms. A "Ronalds" sheaf of white roses was carried.. The bride was followed by Miss R. Adamson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Adamson, of Bri...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AVIATION IN MELBOURNE. PASSENGERS ACCOMPANY HARRY HAWKER TO THE CLOUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

MISS COLE AND MR. HARRY HAWKER. AVIATION IN MELBOURNE. PASSENGERS ACCOMPANY HARRY HAWKER TO THE CLOUDS. It was Mr. E. W. Cole's enthusiasm and be lief in the ultimate success of aerial navigation that induced Miss Linda Cole to fly with Mr. Hawker, the daring young aviator, at Elstern wick recently. Miss Cole was perfectly calm   and collected when entering the biplane, and showed no signs of "nervousness." During the flight around St. Kilda, Brighton and Sandring ham, and across the waters of Hobson's Bay,   she conversed freely with Mr. Hawker, and commented on the panoramic views which un folded themselves below. Miss Cole, having heard that Mr. Hawker had some intention of flying on a non-stop journey ftom Sydney to Melbourne—a distance of 500 miles—was most anxious to accompany him, providing the Sop with biplane would carry two persons in ad dition to the tank of petrol which would, of course, be indispensable. Mr. Hawker, however, says he would not t...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIGHTON LADIES SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

BRIGHTON LADIES' SWIMMING; OLUB. A large number of lady visitors, am rings*, them the Mayoress of Brighton (Mrs. T. Wilson), and the Mayoress of Mnlvern ' (Mrs! Sidney WilsonV and the president (Mrs., Bleazby), were-. present at the Middle Brighton Baths on Saturday, 28th February, to witness the eighteenth anniversary - of. the aquatic sports. Tin- urst race started. at-3 p.m..;, and the weather was 'cii'allv pleasant fo-. both spectators and competitors.. There .were several very exciting events, especially' the 100yds. Championship of Vic toria, which was won by Miss Bthel Crawford (Brighton) from - the hitherto succcssful Miss Lily Beauropaire (Albert P^rk). In. the Diving (two dives each at standing, double JumD and runniner r.eader'), Miss Crawford was eaually successful, her clean and graceful actions • calling for great ap plause and admiration. The Teams' Ruic (nublic and. sseondary schools) was. a , gallantly contested race, in which each eirl had - to swini 50yds.. the Gh...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

"I Wear Spectacles Now.' "Not the ordinary kind,, but . . Fits-|J Spectacle's. Improvements. in the bridge make them light ana- easy' on' my nose.' And' I have had TORIC LENSES put into them." - If you wear: glasses, or ought to, it is worth your while to consult Carl Werner & Co., EXPERT OPTICIANS. K36 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Mr.Sffi HStF. fcer. »»": »' -Wfc Mr. Fred. C. H. Werner. f0ndon Mr. Roy C. Werner, Makers, London. your Skin May be visited by PIMPLES or BLOTCHES, or you may notico that a scratch or en or oilier skin blemish takes unduly long to heal and disappear. Then "Your Blood is out of order," AND YOtJ NEED A DOSE OP the reliable BLOOD PURIFIER and FAMILY MEDICINE. Sold in packets at 8d„ 6d.. and 1/. I'htap enough, rarely 1 Tel. GTDO, Central. A. L* C0CHTON, Caterer, Masonic Hall, CoIliE&^^L^rMelbjfaree. Faetorrv^BNSlN'C . THE E.OSLYN (as Plate). In Silk Mixture. 52/6 : in Mercerised, 35/. JUST OPENED. Smart Fleecy Wool Coats, With Collar and Belt at...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

WHAT THE SKIN NEEDS. The general effect of Dermo Liaini is to •feed the fatty tissue of the under or true skin, and in the jcour.se of a reasonable time to make clear and transparent the' outer cuticle, or scarf skin, while its con tinued use preserves the beauty of the Complexion indefinitely. Ladies svho read the booklet wrapped around each jar, and attend carefully to the hints therein given, and who, in addition, use Dermo Balm regularly, need have no fear, if they have good complexions, of preserving their beauty, or i£ they have a poor skin, of making a striking improvement in their personal appearance. Dermic Balm is sold by 'leading chemists at 2/ per jar, or posted .2/3, from Chemist Cheshire and Co., ;112 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne (opp. ,J. M'Ewan's). CHOICE GIFTS. LACES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Larj»e Assortment of DAINTY BLOUSES, Hand Embroidered and Trimmed with Irish Crochet. Great Variety ol NECKWEAR. MISS A. Fo KELLY, 178 COLLINS STREET. Small and Edwards Buildlnea. Ta...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AT HOME ON THE "AUSTRALIA." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

AT HOME ON THE "AUSTRALIA." . The Rear-Admiral, Sir George I'atey, the cap tain and officers of H.M:A.S. Australia gave a delightful at home on board on March -it The guests were taken across in the Lady Loch, and were received on tfie flag-dressed ship' by .lis Excellency the Rear-Admiral. The boat was lying beyond Williamstown, and the journey across proved a little trying to some of the guests. After inspecting the enormous' boat and admiring its proportions, afternoon tea and ices were served at long tables on the deck and in the Admiral's cabin. The suite of the latter was much admired by the leminino. guests. On the. pearl-grey carpet the furniture was in grey and deep pink colourings, with black satin cushions and rugs to give distinc t-ion. The diningroom, in deep red and brown tones, was set with La France.-rosesi The ship's band discoursed bright music during the. afternoon;: and. later on a few dances were in-: ilulged. in. Those present included Admiral and Mrs:: Cresswe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Law versus Medicine at Bowls. RICHMOND UNION BOWLING CREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

• - WATOHINU' THE RESULT OF THE SHOT. • i>R. CRFSLLTN DRAWS THE SHOT. DR WEIGALL SENDS DOWN A GOOD ONE. an t ITHY AND MB. WAXMAN (RINK CAPTAINS. TFE LA.W TEAM. 1 ' IJi THE MEDICAL TEAM. Law versus Medicine at Bowls. RICHMOND "UNION '. : .!;• «rNik. ttu Was down itfQjowri from ttie jfflflAot Blackest <Kppslan<f,^^. Weatpto ;4hrfi. aeflttst to have certain reflafe^ Hi!? false tcelh. The dentist looke\ the yawning c^jj/frn, reinoved the plate, the neg^Ssary renovations. "You '* ^. Jhn&r these teeth with me for two dap^^arathe dentist. "Two days !" cried Hayseed. "And I afti pay ing for my board by the week. Can't you letid me an old set for the two days ?" PRANK P. BULLOCK. An Australian J ockev who has achieved phenomenal success abroad. He has just been engaged to ride in England thlr snason for P. R. Day's celebrated Newmarket stable at a retainer of £2500. He was the rider of Blue Spec, the winner of the Melbourne Cup in 1905. Bullock is a brother-i...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IT IS NO LONGER "ASK PA." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

IT ; ;|S NO LONGER "ASK PA." (Tbe Women's' Association now . advises the adoption «i eugenic laws,, and would allow, no man-to marry without a doctor's certificate/ " '* ... ; Henry.—"'I love, I adore,; I worship you. Will you be mine?" Henrietta.—*'Oh/ Henry, this is so sudden. - Very well, dear ; you can ask'the'doctot."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

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