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SILVERTOWN. THE ADVANCE OF ELECTRICITY. Interesting Display at the Silvertown Showrooms. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

SILVERTOWN. ■ ■ ' " ; i THE ADVANCE OF ELECTRICITY. Interesting Display at the Silvertown Showrooms. For thi past week a constant stream' of people lias been passing in and, out of the Silvertown Co.'s Depot at 21-23 Elizabeth-strnet. Women have preponderated ; but there has been a very eonsirlerall? number of shrewd business men. wlio Tvave been anxious to see just what work electricity can do in the household, and how the cost bf doing the work compares with other methods. The cause of all this excitement was the opening of the Silvcrtown Electrical Show rooms, which occupy the whole of one floor of the 'building, and which have been fitted up at great expense, >so that the public can sec in comfort just what electricity can do in the way Fig 1.—"C. & C." .combined Electrical Sauce pan and ••Steamer, : made under "C. & C." Patents. Tests . made by independent experts prove that the cost of using "C. & C." Elec trical Apparatus- is less than if gas is use...

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

Over 100 Awards in Open Competition during the last few months have been won on B.S. JL 31 h.p. Motor Bicycles often beating high powered machines up to 8 h.p. Copy of Telegram recently received: " B.S.A. 3% h.p. fastest on time and formula, beating 8 h.p. twins. Tunbridge Wells and District Club Speed Trials." Carey. Copy of Letter recently received: " In the unlimited class. Blackburn M.C.C. Hill Climb, the B.S.A. 3y2 h.p. beat several higher powered Motor Cycles, including 8 h.p. twins." H. Walsh. Catalogue and full partic ulars of B.S.A. Motor Bicycles post free from D. Y. RENNIE. ' (representing B.S.A, Co. Ltd.J Australian Buildings, ~ MELBOURNE. W.vj.a. s9?2 U'F# tug including 8 h.p. twins." di* PALAIS PES AUTOMOBILES. "TO PICK OF THE MOTOR-BASKET." MUNRO'S, For tine . BEST CARS 493-503 ELIZABETH ST MELBOURNE, •fV. ^ til THE MORS, 12/15 h.p. TPp $r*^\ W 112^ ®as Engine Fame. J THE BRITISH HILL-CUMBER. —————___________ New Shipments of the Shelsley Model. MORS - - So Co A. T. -...

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

' ^ -■ ... I* The "Austin. Another of the Fine "Dalgety" Cars CAR that has for long set the fashion to the Motoring World - magnificently built, very quiet and simple in manipulation, economical—a car a °m that in all corners of the globe, and under all conditions, is giving owners perfect satisfaction. SEE THE NEW 1914 MODELS & CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. V. DALGETY 81 CO. Ltd: SOLE AGENTS FOR DAIMLER, AUSTIN. DELAUNAY-BKLLEVILLE, NAPIER, CADILLAC BUICK, AND OPEL CARS. AND FOR HALLEY AND LACRE MOTOR LORRIES. BowrEe Sth, MeHjo-uime.

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

Have You Bought a Motor Car ? If not. lemember- when doin^ so that -* - THE BODY makes the car. Wc design aud build Motor-Bodies;-' to ordsr ior any make, in any style, at Most", Rersonnblo Rates. Stevenson Bros., K Motot Body Works, a s PtJNT ROAD. SOUTH YARRA. Tol., Windsor 1811. t-A'^-3srsassBZ*BKFZj.-. -r ; :.-.-..." .-..^A.g!3tJ£.7i^.t J..— AD] BEATEN BY 3 HOURS ALSO MELBOURNE-ADELAIDE MOTOR RECORD BY 5 HOURS, 11 MINUTES By MURRAY AUNGER, Esq., On 35 h p. "VAUXHALL" USING THE BRITISH IMPERIAL OIL CO. LTD. 4 •mmma v ... _ ^p. if !ar You lust See S Magnificent Product of Great Britain's Newest and Finest Car Works-—-the New £100,000 Arrol-Johnston Factory. Electric Lighting arid Starting, fitted with 4-cylinder engine (80 x 120 m/m), completely equipped with 815 x lO^ m/m grooved Dunlop covers, steel detachable wheels, spare wheel with tyre, Cape ctoft labod, folding screen, lamps, horn, etC. A Unique Motor Car Value tit-—: ©QjiD/O'vU' Complete. WE ARE LAWlflUG SEVERAL "15.9V' EA...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUSIC. concerning Wagner's "Parsifal." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Australian ^Women's Association Conference, held at Manchester Unity Hall, Swanston Street, Wednesday, 4th March. music. By "Orfeo." Concerning Wagner's "Parsifal." 1914 makes another red-letter day in the his tory of music. On the List- hour of the last day of last year the copyright of Vva^ner's last and most ambitious work, "Parsifal"—The dream of his art life—a right which liarl hcen most carefully and sacredly preserved at 3av. reuth, came to a legal end, and this oratorio opera—-if it may so he called—became .the pos session of the whole world in common. Now, it is interesting to note that France'the here ditary enemy of G-ermany) and Belgium were the first: two ' lands to produce it outside, of. Bavreiith. At the Opera House in Paris, exactly at one minute past the Hour of midnight, the cooyri-rht having then legally terminated, the Chef d'Orchestre raised his baton, and the ini tial bars of the noble Prelude sighed softly up from the strings and wood-wind of one of the fines...

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

How to Know C^OCPC^ 2"5 OOOO ca—pwiii ■urnnuwmim r nnn ii-i i.ur.-u m nwJnyimat is a problem to many users of Garden Hose, for much of it looks alike. The Surest Way is to ask for a brand of Hose that has earned a reputation in this * country for Strength, Quality and Service. In this respect you will find nothing better than for ifs freshly made, and will withstand years of wear without cracking or bursting. You can ask for " Dunlop". Brand and rest assured of satisfaction. Made in 3 Qualities "DUNLOP," "OCEANIC," and "FEDERAL." OBTAINABLE ALL STORES.

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

.<■ jThe eye-glass-thair-ddcls srac&ah'd'beauty to the lace ';IMotHihg'bm''ihC lenses' arid the graceful arch of the spnnc .^yisble! - ;• No holes ,br screws' through the lenses -to' cause breakage: The'Finnseti Way i»th'e New Way"" ALFRED' Ophthalmic Optician, Only Addbebs— 145 Collins St., filelbourne. Oorntr Rnuell St.. opp. SeoW Ctmrch. Phone 2684.0entral.

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

THE AUDITORIUM—SATURDAY, MARCH 21. MAX ~PIRANI , COMPLIMENTARY, concert frior to ;his - lfeaviiie: for" Eiiorpe. Leading Artists assisting.: , Reserved, 5/, and 3/; unreserved, 2/. Plan at Allan's Saturday next. Managing Direction—J. Sutton Crow. "A LITTLE LOVE, A LITTLE KISS." ("UN PEU D' AMOUR." The most popular Melodv published lor Tears. The success of Europe and America. Piano Solo, Song and Walti Arrange ments. Each price 1/9 net. CHAPPELL ft 00. LTD., 23B FLINDERS LANE. MELBOURNE. MAY BE HAD OF • ALL MUSIC SELLERS. E«ry buyer of a Piano should rtrefally conjidcr iho queft'on of Quality. QUALITY The Tone, the Durability, and Artiflic Qualilj of •Allan's" Pianos arc beyond compare bccausc they are made by the World's Leading Makers— BECHSTEIN. LIPP. ECKE,' FEURICH, THURMER THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO BETTER VALUE OBTAINABLE IN AUSTRALIA aujowco fob vocq PAKT PAVnCNT I AiistriJia!|^Krsl Business College I gVIDENCE is plentiful that STOTT'S, Australia's Oldest-Estab lished Business Co...

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

MODERN MIRACLES Remarkable Cures BY CLEMENTS TONIC RECENTLY IN FRANCE, a peasant woman whose little girl had been bed-ridden .with paralysis for years, had occasion to visit a churchyard^which contained the statue of a well-known saint. Some of the mould from the tomb adhered to her handkerchief, which upon touch ing her child, cured her. .This fact is vouched for upon reliable authority. Miracles are, not at all confined to the older countries, for we have heard also of.similar remarkable incidents in newer countries, and very often in Australia, where only eighteen short months ago a certain section of Broken Hill was electrified by the recovery from apparently incurable St. Vitus Dance-of the daughter of Mrs. R. A. Addington, of Argent Street. It was on the ioth October, 1911, when first the mysterious cure was reported. The mother, being seen by a special interviewer, and overcome by gratitude that her daughter was healthy again, told the facts at once. She said that the disorde...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Some Narrow Escapes. JILTED BY CECILIA. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

X Some Narrow Escapes. % " By "Adam Bachelor!" ' JILTED BY CECILIA. ■Cecilia was an art student. That is to say,' she . was the only daughter, o! middle-class parents, adequately supplied with this necessi ties, but bitten with a ."raying for some little distinction, which, it seemed to her, could be \v;on m'ost easily by the production of splendid paintings. The still easier r< ad to eminence, casual flights with aeronauts,-had not. then-been, opened up to the aspiring feminine. -Miss Cecilia Hardy was tall and negligent. All art students of the F. gender . are' negli gent. To" be careless about one's' -hair is oiie of the first symptoms of -a -developing • ar tistic, tempsrament. Then comes a curious' taste id hats,, followed for a passion for limp gar ments that have fallen iipon one like the'gentle d&w from heaven. before -becoming an art studentCecelia had been as coqiuettish in her dress. as the" less gifted of G-od's creatures. When she • bad been an art st...

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THE LADIES LETTER HOLMB[?] HOUSE, TOORAK, Dear peg. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

H0LM3C H3U3E, TOOMK. Dear Pejc.— As. everybody who has ever had anything to do. with bazaar committees knows, the real work always devolves on the shoulders of a few willing workers, who get very little thanks and not. much of the credit, But it is really rather hard when the credit is calmly appropriated by the ornamental side of the committee. At a meeting which was held to organise a bazaar for a charitable purpose the Mayoress of the district was present, and appointed president. An excellent committee was also enrolled. This, was -the first and last appearance oi the Mayoress-president at any of the meetings, so that the whole of the organising fell on the capable shoulders of \ an energetic, treasurer. Hpwever, the lady did not mind that, as she ■had the satisfaction of engineering the affair to a big success. Imagine her feelings, alter having worked herself to a nervous shred over the affair, on receiving froml the Mayoress phot6s of herseV, and his ' worship, in full re .. ...

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

G. WOOD Ladies' Tailor and Habit Maker, THE WEBB BUILDING, 234 COLLINS ST. (Opp. "Age" Offlae). New Autumn and Winter Goods Showing and Arriving each mail* FROCKS AND BLOUSES TO ORDER. ; Tel. Cent. 4311. FirBt Floor. Take Elevator. COWES. Isle of Wiglfot Hotel. FACING THE PIER. Extensive Tree-shaded Grounds Lovely Beaches for Walks and Bathing. Billiard Room. Good Table. Terms Moderate. E. H. THORNBERG, Proprietor. Photographers, 11® SWAJfSTOS* ST., MBLBOTJSKB. CHARMING PORTRAITS. FBOM 10/ A DOSKfiN. OBOUPS. CHILDREN AMD LADIES SVBTHHQ DRESS A BPBOIAI/TY.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

A Fifteen-inch Beautifully Curled 211 This truly beautiful and fashionable Model represents a "value" offer of which Miller's are justly proud. You'll want an Ostrich Plume if you see these. An early call ensures a better choice, of course. Supplied in b'ack, white, cream, grey, natural, black tipped with white, and all fashionable colours, POST FREE "MILLER'S FEATHER SHOP Corner Bourke 81 wan at on Sts., Melbourne, 207 CHAPEL ST., PRAHRAN ; 188 SMITH ST., COLLlNGWOOD. Supes-Ies? So injections iCUBEBS ©0(8 1 COPAIBA* Cores tbe satoo diseases without Inconvenience in „ , 48 hours. WW] Eaeb CapioTf tears ibc name ETTES. SiUt by alLCbmlstj. NervoosCongbo. INDIAN CIOAS c. & G. KEARSLEY'S ORIGINAL WIDOW WELCH'S FEMALE PILLS Prompts Reliable. For Ladies. The Only Genuine. AWARDED CERTIFICATE OF MERIT at the TASMANIAN EXHIBITION. 1891. 100 Years' Reputation. Ordered by Spe cialists for the cure of all Female Com plaints. Sold in bottles. 1/1J and 2/9. Of All Chemltito. ^ATBERINE KE...

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

P« ifl Company's b ® Royal ftHaiil Steamers FOIt MARSEILLES. PLYMOUTH, AND LONDON. ' I ' ■' MEDINA Mar. 2i| MOOLTAN ... May 6 , MONGOLIA ... Apl. 7 MOREA May 19 MULWA Apl. 21 MALOJA Juno 2 PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON : Single £41/16/ to £82/10/ \ R«turn ... :... £69/6/ to £123/4/ Further particular* obtainable at the Company'! MELBOURNE : 447 COLLINS ^ STEHBT. For RIMGS Tha reputation ol this old-i'R tab I i shod Jewellery House is well maintained by the isne display of Diamond and other Kings, all of whi.ih are made on the premises. A compari son of Quality and Trices reveals the exceptional values offered. Opan till 1.0 Friday nights. It is worth your while to call. Cor. Royal Arcade & Lit. Collins-st., Melb. M I L.R.W. way S±:. ZJL YOU are invited to inspect our Autumn and Winter display of choice materials in original and exclusive designs. All Costumes and Gowns designed and fitted' by Mr. Shave, Mons. Piazza, ar Madame Alexia. Appoints., Phone 2077 For Brajl^^ds. Pihipies^...

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

WEDDINGS. ME. H. B. HAKIN TO MISS E. M. W ORTHIN GTON. TKe marriage of Mr. Henry Bramwell Hakin, eldest 'sou oi Mr. Henry Hakin, of "Avondene," Middle Park, and Miss Essie Margaret Worthington, only child of the late S. C. Worthington and Mrs. S. C. Worthington, of "Clinton," Moonee Ponds, was celebrated at St. Mary's R.C. Church, Ascot Vale, on 17th February, by the Rev. Father Hay. The Oi'canist, Miss Alice Ennis, played suitable music, and_ during the signing of the register Miss Gertie Ennis sang an "Ave Maria. The bride, who was given awa.v by her uncle CMr. F. Worthineton), was gowned in an ivory eharmeuse dress, with net trimmings beautiiullv worked in true lovers' knots, with seed pearls. Her rose point veil (worked by the bride herself) was beautifully arranged, and a bouquet of water lilies, orange blossom, and asparagus ferns was carried. The bride was fol lowed by Miss Ruby Worthington (cousin), Miss Hattie Hick, Miss Esmay Marshall (cousin). Miss Ruby Hakin (sister of t...

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

K rose's and Billonflness. Magnesia p<" ""3l,!e''t!on A MILD APERIENT FOR LAOIK8 ACT). CHILDISH,

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

MILLINERY MODES. A Most Becoming Turban Shape of Black Velvet, trimmed either White or Black. "Very good style, at 10/9. , Two Charming Styles for Autumn. OUR MAGNIFICENT SHOW OF NEW MODELS IS WELL WORTH A VISIT A Distinctly New Shape in Felt. May be had in almost any of the new shades. Trimmed either with Ribbon or the new Faille. Very smart effect. ■ 21/. COLLINS STREET. FORM J/ormettes are sold by all chem ists and drapers at 5/3 per Car ton. Agents—Foy and Gibson. Collingwood; Mnclellan and Co. The Big Store, Prahran; Bo wen & Co., Swanston-strcet, or from the Agent for the Commonwealth, S PI. Henshall. Chemist- 240 Claren don-street. South Melbourne. [iR&fiwiliMiiii Alesandre'a Shadeinb colours grey or faded hair Blonde, Light or Dark Brown, Black and Auburn. Containsnolead, silver, mercury or sulphur. Absolutely harmless Will not bum or produce an unnatural tint, is permanent, wash able and free from grease. Medical certificate enclosed. Of all Chemists and Sto...

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HOW MILK IS SAFE-GUARDED FROM DISEASE. THE WILLSMERE CERTIFIED MILK COMPANY PTY. LTD. UP-TO-DATE METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

HOW MILK IS SAFE-GUARDED FROM DISEASE. THE WILLSMERE CERTIFIED MILK COMPANY PTY. LTD. UP-TO-DATE METHODS. THE HERD IN MILKING YARD AT MACEDON. THE FACTORY, FROM OUTSIDE. the bottling of milk, showing interior of factory. THE MILK LEAVING MACEDON FOR With twelve years' experience of the difficulty of providing la milk absolutely free from all risk of disease germs the Willsinure Certified Milk Co. have recently erected at (rariield-street. Richmond, a modern lepot, specially. designed for the purpose, and completely equipped with the very latest dairy appliances (ior the hand ling and storage of milk on a large scale. The bu'ildingj and all 't contains are kept scrupulously clean. The utensils are washed and sterilised with live steam, the floors are non-aibsorbtent, and the walls . arp Lined with sheet1, aluminium. 'A refrigerating plant capable of miaking ten tons of ice daily provides the necessary- cool storage and chilled brine for refrigerating the milk and cream. A' large meta...

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

Sydney Shows. —Her Majesty's Theatre. "Come Over Here." —Tivoll Theatre. Rinkards's Tivoli Company. —Adelplii. "Uncle Tom's Cabin." —Criterion. "Never Say IUe." —Palace Theatre. "The Land of Nod." —Theatre Royal. "A Royal Divorce."

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

MRS. J. MILLS, Of Sale, whoso continuous donations to the Sale Hospital have greatly assisted to maintain the high efiVjicncy of that institution. In recognition of V.rs. Mills's frecnunt acts of generosity, the commiiteo h.ive recently unveiled in the Children's Ward a life-size painting- oi "The Lady Bountiful of Sale."

Publication Title: Punch
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