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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

is in itself a Complete Food and Delicious Beverage, ten times more nutritious than ordinary Cocoa.

Publication Title: Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

J"" _ ' _ % I f % Cominomvealtb Jsa^Bank of Bustralta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Will Bank Is open for ill classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE AIM at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hob&rt, Brisbane, flockhampton, Townsville, and Londoi. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Kxchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit*. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office: 317 COLLINS 8TREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 AgencieB at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. In to root at 3% per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Ag...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining. D." BEALIBA [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

D." BEALIBA— Some interest is being displayed in the bor ing now being carried on hy Bealiba Alluvial. The No. 1 bore, which was put dovn to the west of the main shaft, bottomed at 77ft., but there was no wash. The company now have the No. 2 bore down, over 50tfc. A boring plant has been obtained from the Mines Department, and it is intended to use this in order to put dowfr a series of bores across the southern part of the lease. While so much attention is being devoted to boring, other work under ground has been temporarily suspended, but it is intended to resume this as soon as possible. BENDIGO The fact that New St. I\Jun;ro are turning their attention to the reef at 57bft. has at tracted some interest to the company. Some years ago the company worked the higher limits of the Devonshire reef from the level at 57oft. They also operated on a make of spurs to the east. In crosscutting west from the north level the formation proved to ue 17ft. access, but although there was nice min...

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

The statement of accounts of the Union Bank of Australia Limited, which appears in our ad vertising columns this week, reveals the strength of this institution. F,or the half-year ended 31st August the bank cleared a net profit amounting to £153,424, ;is against £,155,582 for the corresponding period in the preceding year. The sum available was £197,127, r>ufc oi which were paid the usual dividend and bonus, the former being at the rate of 10 per cent., and the latter 4 per cent., making the return to shareholders 14 per cent, for the year, or, in cash, £105,000 altogether. Interest, on new capital absorbed £18,000 ; to the reserves £30,000 was added, and the remainder of £44,427 was carried forw.ird. The bank works on a paid-up capital of £1 ,j(10,!)U0, and the new shares account stands at £461,090, against which there are reserves- amounting to £1,530,000, the shareholders' funds aggregating £3,640,517. L'iquid assets total £ib,75'j,084 ; j)remises are set down at £388,600 ; le...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

: 1 Luna Park ST. KSLDA BEACH. A Scintillating Scene. The ENTIRE ARENA transformed into One Magnificent Kaleidoscope of Colour. The Youth and Beauty of Australia will be represented at a GRAND TancV Dress and Mask Cafft/Va and CONFETTI ON SATURDAY, 21st MARCH ^^5^^ [PR[]For Best dud IVlost ^^rigmsil CostuniGS. Aejni 1 LADIES 1st, £10; 2nd, £©; 3rd, S4. »ou rltl^tO f gentlemen—1st, £10; 2nd, £6; 3rd, £4. £50 PRIZES £50 J special prize—£io. Masks and CONFETTI OBTAINABLE at the Park. MASKS OFF at 10.30 p.m. NIGHTLY FREE PERFORMANCES HENRY and MAY, Trick Cyclists. THE DUCKWORTHS CALIPH CALYPSO, in his Marvellous Scenic Railway Cycle Dash. 3—The DENTINES —3, Aerial Act, introducing LYNDA, the Human Gyroscope. Luna Park Band. Admission 6d.; Children, 3d,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

La EE, S THE SECiEl OF h GOOD COMPLEXION IS GOOD DIGESIION. The story of a good deal of the unhappiness of women is a story -of lost health. Women wonder how it is that, little by little, their form loses plumpness, the cheeks grow hollow and sallow, ' and they feel tired and worn-out all the time. In a large proportion of cases when women are weak, run-down, and falling off in flesh and looks, the root of the trouble can be traced to indigestion and other stomachic disorders, which undermine the general health. Health alone can produce a fair skin, which is the true secret of beauty, If your digestion is perfect, your complexion will need no artifice to hide its imperfections. Therefore it behoves every woman who regards her good looks with that jealousy characteristic of her sex to study her digestion. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills purify the blood, which is so essential to good health. They aid in .the digestion and assimila tion of food, whereby the system is nourished and reple...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANSWERS TO MINING CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

ANSWERS TO MINING CORRESPONDENTS "E.Tt.V."—Sea are worth holding, but wo would not advise yon to do any further buying yot awhile. A little gold is still showing in the slopes over liiHft.. and a few colours are also showing in the south level at 2100ft. The nuartz hero, howewr, is only 5in. wide, but there are prospects of it becoming larger as the level pro ceeds. A rise has been started from the cast back from the intermediate crosscut oi! the south level at Ki'Mft. There is oniy a thin vein—of quart?, here, but the manager expects it to on large us the rise rocs up. These details will show you that the mine Iris a good prospect, but that shares at their present prices arc as high as they should be. "Shares" (St. Kilda).—We are not at all satisfied with the work the company is doing, nor with future prospects. We will be surprised if a divi dend is dec-lavcd. "H.H." (Traralgon).—We would advise holding Campbell's Creek shares. If you can get your money back at any time in Frenchm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MRS. GEORGE EOWAT (MISS MARY OLIVE M'LAURIN) AND HER BRIDESMAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

MRS. GEORGE EOWAT (MISS MARY OLIVE M'LAURIN) AND HER BRIDESMAIDS. Miss Marcia JJ'Laurin, Misa Sarah llcnvat and Miss Marjorie Youup. =■> Taken in the Winter Garden at the Oriental Hotnl.

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MISS RUBY AITKE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

MISS RUBY AITKE.N-, Of "Equity Park," Berrigan, winner of Sydney Schoolgirls' Tennis Championship, 1913. Pupil at the Presbyterian Ladies' College, Croydon. Sydney.

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MISS MARY OLIVE M'LAURIN. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

MISS MARY OLIVE M'LAURIN. Whose marriage -vith Mr. Ueorge Howat was cele-brated at Scots' Church on 25th February and afterwards at the Oriental Hotel.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

HITS"5 DORIS M'EVOY (MRS. GUY ROSS MADDEN), HER BRIDESMAIDS AND TRAIN-BEARERS. Vfiw' 4ileen AI'Evov, Master Oeofi. M'Evoy, Bride, Mary St uart Murray, Miss. Grace Byron Moore. Piiotos ta a en at "Cliveden" by. Lafayetto. CAPTAIN' GUY KOSS MADDEN. Photo by Vandyck Studios. A FASHIONABLE WEDDING. CAPT. G. R. MADDEN TO MISS DORIS M'EViOY. A wedding of great interest, the locale of which was "Cliveden Mansions," East Melbourne, was celebrated on 10th March between Captain Guy Rocs Madden, only son of the Lieut.-Governor Sir John Madden (Chief Justice of Victoria) and Lady Madden, of Frankston and "Cliveden Mansions." and Miss Doris M'Evoy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. M'Evoy, oi "Cliveden Mansions." The ceremonv was most impressively performed in the lounge of the Mansions by the Rev. Dean Hep: arty. The handsome interior had been converted into a Chapel of Ease, fitted up with rows of seats, with an altar at the far end, the arrange ment of which was perfectly done. High above...

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MR. HAROLD LAMB TO MISS O. M. WRAGGE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

MISS OLiIVK MAIiV WHAGGE, whose marriage with Mr. Harold Lamb was celebrated at St. .John's Church, Toorak, on Feb. 2-±'th • and afterwards at Mandeville Hall. Airs. Harold L,iiinl> (Miss Olive Mary AYragge) und her bridesmaids. Sitting — Miss Muriel C'liinming, Hride, Miss Kathleen Adamson, Miss Mar garet Cumming. - MR. HAROLD LAMB TO •: MISS O. M. yVRAGGE. The celebration of St. David's Day took place on Monday, March 2. The Welsh people had their 'list annual picnic on board the Hygeia and at- Sorrento. The P.S. Hygeia left. Port Melbourne at 9.45 a.m., calling at Williams town and with her 1520 passengers aboard, loft for Sorrento. The notablC feature is the choral singing, and this was, as usual at such gatherings, a great attraction to those aboard. The St. David's Day Choir ((50 voices), under the baton of Mr. .John Roberts, and the Cam brian Ladies' Choir, under the baton of Miss Marion Jones, provided the most attractive choral selections (with other impromptu choirs at ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

THEATRE ROYAL. After a fairly good run tha Hihlical play, "Joseph and His Brethren," at the Theatre Royal, is announced as in the last nights of its run, which will terminate, so far as Mel bourne is concerned, at the end ol next vceK. Although "Joseph and Mis Brethren" has loomed large in the eves of playgoers for some weeks past, it is a tolerably open secret that the patronage of the public has not been up to the expectations > of the management. If the necuniaty results have been disappointing, the fault certainly does not lie in the production, for "Joseph and His Brethren" has been staged on a livish scate, and in most complete fas hion. It must be that many playgoers still have an objection to the use of Fiblical sub jects for stage plays. In this particular in stance, it is difficult to see any good cause for complaint. "Joseph and His Brethren" does not deal with any portions of the Scrip tures in which the Deity is introduced, or even rcf:rred to, Save in the manner com...

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THE PLAYGOER SHAKESPEARE MEMORIAL THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

By "Polar Qdaoo." SHAKESPEARE MEMORIAL THEATRE. It is not often that a person has an oppor tunity of attending two Tercentenary Celebra tions to the memory of the same individual, yet if I live a couple of years longer I shall je able to boast that unique experience. On 13th April, 1866, I was a gallery-boy in the Mel bourne'Theatre Royal on the occasion of the Shakespeare Tercentarv Festival, a Shake spearian performance in which every actor of note in Melbourne took part. The play was "Romeo and Juliet," and some idea of the strength of the cast may be iormed from the fact that celebrities like George Ccppin, John L. Hall and William Hoskins played the small characters—the servants of the Montagues and Oapulets. I suppose there is not a single sur vivor of the representatives of the dramatis personae on that memorable occasion. As I hope to be present at the performance for the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in 1916, I shall have the experience I speak of—an experience possible by t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

J. C. WILLIAMSON Ltd MELBOURNE ATTRACTIONS. Her Majesty's Theatre. Commencing at 7.50 sharp. J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD.'S STUPENDOUS PANTOMIME EXTRAVAGANZA. ISased upon the Attractive Story of THE FORTY THIEVES. TWO ACTS. WITH SIXTEEN SCENES. CROWDED WITH-ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES AND FEATURES. 350 PEOPLE TN TI£E PRODUCTION. 350 Plan at Allan's. Theatre Royal. LAST TWO WEEKS. AN UNMISTAKABLE TRIUMPH Achieved by LOUIS N. PARKER'S GREAT PAGEANT PLAY. Joseph and His Brethren, With n Notable Cast, inclr.dinEC prominent artiatu [rem the principal London theatres. The Greatest and Most Successful of all Dramatic Spectacles. Box plan at Allan's. D.C. and R.S., t/. Theatre Royal. Direction J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD. Directors—Messrs. Geo. Tallis, Hugh J. Ward, Clyde Mcvnell. General Manager, T. Darby shire. The Melbourne Repertory Theatre Co., under the direction of Mr. Gregan M'Mahon. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY KvulNINGS, March 24 and 25, at 8 p.m., in Bernard Shaw's Comedy, The Doctor's HiiemBita, • An...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

TWO MEN. From Mr. R. Olds, 121 Bell-street, Wanganui, N.Z. fa "About two years ago I was suffering from a weak back and kidney trouble so badly that I was ' hardly able to move about owing to the excruciating pain. My digestion was affected also". I went to a doctor, but had no faith in his treatment. Then I was advised to try Warner's Safe Cure, and after taking that medi cine for a short time I found that it was do ing me so much good mat I continued totake it. Now I am in the best of health." Prom Mr. J. Colgan, Guildford - road, May lands, Perth, W.'A. "I have taken Warner's Safe Cure with most gratifying results when suffering from a severe attack of liver and kidney trouble. I had pains in the back, under tlie shoulder blades, a heavy, dull pain in tlie temple and over my eyes, and a ringing sensation in my ears. At times I would seem comparatively well, but would then be attacked with the most distress ing symptoms, feeling peculiar pains in all parts of my body. My appetite ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

DON'T DRUG FOR HEADACHE. A Dangerous Practice that has Bad Results. Sufferers should endeavour to Re move the Cause of the Headache as this Geelong Woman did—Her tribute to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. The taking of drugs tor headaches under mines the health - of scores of women and not a few men. The practice is condei-nned by-Tall medical men. ■. The, drugs usually offered do not cure headache—they merely deaden the "pain. In a short time the patient finds, it necessary to take a larger dose to get the same result, and so .l/he harm increases. Headaches are really a symptom of some other trouble, 'and th,e aim should be to remedy the cause ; the cause removed, the headache will go of its own. account. Perfectly well people never have headaches. They are com mon syimlptoms of people who are Aiiaomic. Sometimes they .are a (feature of stomach trouble, or when the nerves become run down. When these are the causes, the headaches usually disappear when ihe system is toned and built up by ...

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LETTERS FROM GEORGE. HIS DEPARTURE. Adeiaide, 8th March. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

LETTERS FROM GEORGE. • HIS DEPARTURE. Adeiaiilji, 8th March. Dear "Punch,"—I am on the eve of leaving Australia again, and being desirous of opening my heart, turn to you us my ancient confi dante. I have had a fairly good time in the Commonwealth, although 1 must repeat that as a Cook discovered Australia, it is high time Australia ' discovered a cook. One thing long residence in high official cir cles in England does for a- man—it cultivates in him a lefty, I might almost say scholarly, appreciation of good cooking. The cooking in Australia is only. mediocre. In fact, since coming out I have only seen one thing thoroughly cooked—and that was myself after two Soustralian days in an atm'osph'ere of 160 degrees. The crackling on me was quite the most perfect I have ever beheld. I am as sured, too, that there is one other thing they cook to perfection in .'Australia—accounts. Now comes a more intimate confession "than that concerning the inner man. Dear "Punch," people have been askin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

MITCHELL'S OLD IRISH WHISKY, MILD, MELLOW, MATURED. Telephone.. Central B©78. Telegrams : "Robertson," Exchange, Melbourne. H, J. Robertson (Member of Stock Exchange ol Melbourne), STOCK & SHAREBROKER, 371 COLLINS -STREET. Agents in all Centres. NOBEL—GLASGOW I . EXPLOSIVES 1 Are World-Renowned {or GOLD FIMDBNG. DALGETY & CO. Ltd., Sole Agents

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

WE FIT TRUSSES .for ftuptuire TRY OUR Nlfv ELASTIC TRUSS. No Springs to eh&fo. Price—Single, 17/6 ; Double, 22/6. SilJS Elaiitto Stoafcfnjra. eto. DENVER BEOS.. C./n Scrasotnn & I,nDO/inl» una M»lv Sydney Amusement®. AdeSpM Theatre. Direction GEORGE WILLOUGHBY LTD. Managing Director ... Mr. GEORGE WILLOUGHBY. TO-NIGHT and EVERY EVENING. GORGEOUS SFECTACULAR PRODUCTION Of an Entirely New Dramatisation of " the Great Moral and Religious Drama, founded , on Mrs. Harriet Beeeher Stowe's novel. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Prices—4/. 3/. 2/, 1/. Box plan at Nicholson's. Her Ma *eaty'a. Direction J. O. V/ILIJAMSON LTD. TO-NIGHT and EVERY EV LNING. ELEVENTH WEEK. J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD. invites you to COME OVER HERE. Via the Box Office. Box plan at Paling's. Harry Richards' Tiwoli Theatres, Ltd. Governing Director ... HUGH D. M'INTOSH. Rickards's Circuit of Theatres implies the Best 1b Vaudeville. NlGHl'LY at 8. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 2.30 p.m. A COLOSSAL ALL-STAR PROGRAMME. THE TWO...

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