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GREENROOM GOSSIP ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

GREENROOM GOSSIP ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. "D.I-'-.S." (St. ■ Kil'da).—1. Atliolwood played Poly "dor : Miss O'Neil, Parthenia : whil>; Harry Plim mer was cast for Ingomar. 2. Can't trace it. "T..S.V." (City).—The- story was dramatised by •Dami'ier a long time before H. B. Irving tned it in drainati'j form. : • "Leo" (Abbotslord).—28th March probably. "B.B." (Pall arat).—You had better write to the management about it. •A. W. Batiste, the well-known and popular advance' man .who was formerly connected with J. 'and N. Tait, is now taking a salary from' U-eorge Willoughby Ltd. He is ahead of one. of the Willoughby companies in New Zealand at present, and is not expected hack in Melbourne for some months. Batiste is something of a genius at his business, and the perfection with !which he carries out everything should make him 'a valuable man to the • Willoughby manage ment. When "Joseph and His Brethren" has iun:its allotted span at ,Melbourne Theatre Royal, Fred Niblo and Josephin...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW CITY MOTOR GARAGE AND SHOW ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

MOW CITY MOTOR GARAGE AND' SHOW ROOMS, Erected on corner Gheringhap Street and liailway Terrace, tTeelong, for Dennys, Lascellos Ltd., Victorian Kepresentatives for Hupmobile, Swift, and Straker-Squire Cars. An interesting gathering took place at the Sale Hospital recently, when a complimentary sen>l-ofl \vr£> given to Mr. and Mrs. J. Mills on the occa si od. of their departure for New Zealand. The Pre sident of the Hospital, Mr. J. H. Cartledge, voiced the opinions of the whole of the residents of the district i;i his eulogistic remarks about the quests of honour, and wishes for a pleasant voyage and their speedy return. Both Mr. and Mrs. Mills had been life governors of the Sale Hospital for over ten years, atvl their donations to the Hospital had been frequent and princely. Mrs. Mills was known as the Lady Bountiful of Sale in all charitable movements, particularly where the Hospital was concerned. A life-sized painting of the lady was hunt; in the Children's ward as a memo...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
M.C.C. LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT. PLAYED ON THE ALBERT GROUND. ST. KILDA ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

MISS. E. SWINBURNE. MISS M. SWINBURNE. MISS MACK AY. LADY- DENMAN AND MRS. SANDERSON. FIVE ON A SEAT. MESSRS. J. C. BLAIR (Vic.) & C. BUCKLEY. A FUNNY STORY. X ;; *»' ^ ' ' M MISS HOBBLE. • • v. i MR. TAYLOR. MISS MARTIN. MR. C. R. COWLING. Priyate enterprise is equal to every emer gency. • It has occurred to snrnc: .smart business man in Europe that a battlefield is a profitable lead mine, and the battlefield.? of tiie Balkan are being exploited, and are paying excellent dividends. Shiploads of spout bullets have been sent to Prance to make lead piping. The battle fields were not floated into limited liability companies. The promoters simply IMred cheap labour to scrape up the used bullets, and now many a bullet that has been clean through a Christian is being employed in the making of M.C.C. LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT. PLAYED ON THE ALBERT GROUND. ST. IvILDA ROAD. common, leadware. We are comforted to know that war is not all waste, and that a bullet which has lai'd a brother ...

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

L L, {"JA'■; ' !" \Vr> j I!' '.r" S MMR & LYNEEftl THE ECORJ0K3B© I and mmtisti© 1 HOUSE FURNISHERS. . | New Shipment of CRETONNES Just Arrived, | From 10^d. per Yard* 1 In BROWN and BLUE, 1 BULGARIAN, JACOBEAN and SHADOW EFFECTS. 1 • - - | Note Address : 274 Little Collins Street, Rflelb., fl . FEW DOORS FROM SWANSTON STREET. Qjip. COLE'S WALK. $ DEATH LURKS IN NEGLECTED CATARRH. Should you have any of the following symptoms, it is advisable to use "OZONIA" immediately. A feeling of heaviness in the nose and head ; difficulty in breathing except through tin: mouth : constant clearing of the throat and spitting ; sore throat and attacks of sneezing ; noises in the head and cars. "OZONIA" soon • restores the organs • to their normal condition, and enables them to perform their functions properly. T "OZONIA" gives instant relief,' and is a quick and easy way of curing Nasal Catarrh, Hay Fever, IiT'tateil and Sore Throat, Earache, Noises in the Head and Ear. Discharges from ...

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

MR. FRANK 0ULLI3NANE. Of the Allen. Doone Co., now appearing at t'ne Princess's Theatre, Melbourne.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOCIAL (Continued). TO MEET DR. DOUGLAS MAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

SOCIAL (Continued). TO MEET DR. DOUGLAS WAWSON. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Delprat, of "Linden," Armadale, gave a most interesting and delight fully arranged reception to Dr. Douglas Maw son on Sunday last. Though the weather was anything but Antarctic, the rooms at "Linden" were crowded all the afternoon with friends anxious to give the hand of welcome to the intrepid explorer who has come back from his perilous journey in the interest of science. Mr. and Mrs. Delprat welcomed their guests at the entrance to ".Lunden." Their duties as host and hostess, so charmingly carried out, were shared in by the members of the family. Miss Carmen Delprat was present, also the bride elect of Dr. Mawson, Miss i'aquita Delprat, and iher brother. Mrs. Delprat wore a beauti ful gown of Hungarian blue crepe de chine, with bodice and draperies of velvet brocaded ninon in the same pretty shade. Miss Carmen Delprat wore mole ninon draped over an under dress of lace threaded with pink. Miss Paquita Delprat was ...

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

MISS IRENE VERE, Who appears nightly with "The Dandies," at St. Kilda Ksylanade.. Sydney "Herald," leader of Australian, news paper fashions, decrees, that members of the House of Representatives are henceforth to be styled "Rep. So-and-So." This is the age of condensation. With the pi ice of paper ever in creasing, and the'public too busy to read many columns with their breakfast, a newspaper can not be expected to call a mere member "Mi. So-and-So, Member of the Federal House of Representatives." When morning journal con densation reaches its proper mark, the death of Rep. Talkalot will be announced thus . "Rep. Talkalot, R.I.P." ' J. A. G-ilruth lets out a secret about his much-criticised Chinese s2rvants. When he stir red up Darwin and got the ancients by the ears, the first compliant they made was that he employed Chinese to do the Residency house work. "Chinese labour is ;is dear as any other," says the Administrator. "I have to pay £400 a year for three Chinese servants, apar...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANTICIPATIONS BY "OMEGA." V.A.T.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

ANTICIPATIONS BY "OMEGA." V.A.T.C. RACES. The March Meeting of the Victoria Amatfenr Turf Club will engage the attantion of turfites nt Caul field "on Saturday, when a .most, inter esting day's sport should result. Fur six races the stakes total 1700 so^s.. and the principal event, the St. Kilda Cup, is worth f«50 sovs. After the exposure of form occasioned by the running during the recent Autumn campaign, backers should b3 in good heart, and specula tion promises to be brisk. Horsis likely to shape prominently are ' Narong Hurdle (1 p.m.), two miles fit yards. —iWingarara or The Vet. Next best,, Autumn3 Orrong Two-Year-Old (2.0), six furlongs.—Fi delio or Crusis. St. TCilda Cup, one mile and three furlongs.— Meritus or Eltham. Next besb, Coi'onatus. 'Gordon Steeplechase (3.20), about two miles. —Pladda or Bettewynd. Ubique Corinthian (4.5), one mile — LiUlu Slam or Elvanite. South Yarra Handicap (l.IO), si\ furlongs — Dhul Dhul or The Beggar Maid. Next best, Yarrien. Sandown Park R...

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

MISS ,NENA LUGAS. Solo Dancer in Joseph and His Brethren'/ at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Town Mall, Melbourne. THE EMINENT BOHEMIAN PIANIST. FIRST RECITAL, WEDNESDAY NEXT, 18th MARCH, 8 p.m. SECOND, 1st APRIL. THIRD, 5th MAY. FOURTH, 3rd JUNE. - FIFTH, 1st JULY. SIXTH, 22nd JULY. These Six Recitals will be unique. At each Herr Goll will give a programme never before attempted in this country. Music lovers will therefore have an opportunity of hearing won derful interpretations of some of the most sel dom played masterpieces of musical genius. Subscribers of One Guinea will receive Cou pons for Six 5s. Reserved Seats. One or more Coupons may be used for any of the six Re citals. Special Concessions to bona-lide Students. Apply to Concert Secretary. Prices—5s., 3s. (reserved), 2s., Is. Box Plan now open at Allan's. Subscriptions may be sent to Dr. Dyring. Hon. Treas., Coburg. or J AS. MARTTN". Con-i ceft Setrretnry, tfo All an'a. THE BIJOU, HOME OF CLEAN VAUDEVILLE. FULLER-BRENNAN VAUDEVILLE CIRCUIT OF AUSTRALIA ANT) NEW ZEALAND. Governing Director BEN. J. FULLER. 7_9 TWI...

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Melbourne Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Melbourne Shows. —TTer Majesty's. "Tne Forty Thieves." v —Theatre ttoyal. "Joseph and His Brethren." —Princess's Theatre. "Sweet County Kerry." (Sat.) —The King's. "On Our..Scicotion." (Saturday.) —Tivoli Theaxre. Tivoli Vaudeville Company. —Melba Theatre. Continuous Photo Plays. —Britannia Theatre. Continuous Photo Plays. Royal Picture Theatre, Windsor. Photo-plays —St. Kilda Beach. The Bnglish Pierrots. —Follies' Theatre. St. Kilda. "The Daffodils." —"The Dandies." Esplanade, St. Kilda. —Luna Park. Esplanade, St. Kilda.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Always Go to TYE'S For Your Home Furnishing: NOWHERE Will you see a larger ; selection - NO ONE Can give you better .value. Y"".-, Send for Catalogue. BOURKE STREET and SUBURBS.

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

^fiyheUse ^ DtJWE m answer can be expressed in one word— ECONOMY That's what "DUNLOP" Quality and Strength means to Motorists—more miles and less trouble—and they are results that all Motorists can have by fitting "Dunlops." They will cost you no more, but you get more in return. TRY one of the LATEST "DUNLOPS" and TEST the MILEAGE. OBTAINABLE Alt GARAGES. DUNLOP RUBBER CO. OF AOST. LTD., All States and N.Z.,'

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AT THIS ORIENTAL HOTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

AT THIS ORIENTAL HOTIlt,. Miss Eva Robertson pave a delightful dinner party at the Oriental Hotel on Saturday last, in the Georgian Room. The tables were beau tifully done in JLa France roses and pink tiger lilies by Miss Kemp. The quests included Sir Walter and Lady Barttelot, J\lr. and Mrs. Fred Fairbairn and Miss Fair bairn, Lord Richard Nevill, Mr. and Mrs. W. M'Oulloch, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Blackwood, Mr. (ieorpe Blackwood Mr. and Mrs. Fred Payne, Miss M'CulIoch, the Baron and Baroness Sndoine, Mr. Roderick Murchison, Mrs. Landale, Miss Power, Miss Athol Levey, Mrs. .John Sanderson, Mrs. Ro bertson, and Colonel Dangar. The pictures of young Theodor Scharf, now on view at the Centreway, are exciting a good deal of curiosity and attention. He seems to be a rather gifted boy for his age, though his work is strangely uneven in imagination and achievement. His etchings would do credit to a matured artist twice his age, yet his pen and ink drawings possess no distinction, while some sk...

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

COURSING. By "SPRINGER." Casial advertisers on this page would facilitate the insertion "of their notices and relieve the business manager of unnecessary work bv forward ing: postal notes with their advertisements. The ordinary' advertising scale is 5/ .per inch, with a minimum of 3/ for half-an-inch. The annual general meeting of the National Coursing Club of Victoria will be held on Tuesday next, 17th March, at the offices of the club, 121 Queen-street, at 2 p.m. It is to be hoped that there will be a full attendance of; delegates on this occasion, in view of the importance of the business that awaits discussion. For, in addition to the routine of receiving the annual report and balance sheet for the past year, and the election of offi cers, some special motions will be submitted which conccrn all who have the welfare of coursing at heart. The following is the agenda paper : To receive balance-sheet. To elect president, vice presidents. treasurer, auditor and secretary. To conside...

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

i ;J 'J ..-: .v..?; • -- ul Hair! SIX INCHES LONG! The "Result of using RLEY'S TRUE HAIR GROWER Read what MISS' iMAY DO XX"'AX, the prominent pianist, says:— M.R, J'OII'X CR.AV EXT-*BURL'EIGH. .Dear Sir,—I feel it only my duty that I should write and let you know what a wonderful preparation your True Hair Grower is. I have used three bottles.', and my hair has grown marvellously; it is now about four feet six inches long and is still growing. '.My hair is beautiful and glossy, and has grown much stronger since using your tonic. I am noted wherever I have been for my beautiful hair, both in length and quality. You may rest assured that I am very carcful in using any prepara tions' that have at numerous times been recommended to me for use. Having been persuaded to try your True Hair Grower, I have found it all that you claim it to be, and can highly recommend its use to my numerous friends. I am enclosing two photos of myself in support of the above, and if you think fit can use the...

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CONVEYANCE OF DOGS BY RAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

CONVEYANCE OF DOGS BY RAIL. The satisfactory conveyance of greyhounds on the Victorian railways is a problem which, like the poor, we have always with us. To generalise is of course unfair, since there are amongst railway men some thoroughly good coursers, who extend every possible assistance to their fellow-lcashmen. Unfortunately, there are others, and I suppose there always will be: Time and again tho authori ties have been approached, and special regulations have been framed for the convenience of travelling coursers. But so much still depends on the inter pretation of a regulation that it is not "surprising a victim revolts every now and then. Here is the latest complaint to reach me. The "P.S." scents to indicate that tho "limit" has been nearly reached In "Courier's" dlBtrict. Pear "Springer,"—A word now la season in re gard to the carriage of dogs on the railways, and my remarks re the same will' be verified by many. I think that some concerted action should be taken to enr....

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"GOOD NAME IN MAN OR WOMAN, DEAR MY LORD." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

"GOOD NAME IN MAN OR WOMAN, DEAR MY LORD." {The;. Governor slates that if you irive a child -a Rood .name, it is well on the way-to. fortune.) Mrs. BonoERS.—" Yer 'onner, I want you and the missus to stand godparents to me little child. > tiYeh see I m goin to christen her Lady Lymph Stanley, so as to give her a good start in life." Playgoers who will sit trick f..nd watch the J. C. Williamson revue, "C.-ime Over Ilere," in a grand operatic spirit, or with the raised lorgnette of criticism' that they would devote to a Bernard Shaw play, will find . something ili'teresting in "the official pronouncement by the firm regarding the revue. - "Its sole aim," runs the managerial statement-, "is-'the amusement oE audiences. It has no lesson to leach, and no : purpose other than creating a spirit of gaiety. :For people who don't want to laugh, and are too superior to enjoy a fri\ol;- it is not recommended.- It is frankly light-hearted and irresponsible. The music isn't Wagnerian, nor has ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHERE TO STAY IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

WHERE TO STAY IN 8YDNEY. Probably tho newest and moat up-to-date .'eaturoi characteristic of the modern Continental and American residential hotels art embodied in the colossal structure opened to the public at Sydney under • the name o( the Hotel Sydney. Lack of sufficient aeeomm'jdi.tion has hitherto been an obstacle to the enjoyment of the Sydney visitor. In most .modern celitres throughout the leading cities of tho world the principal railway station has ■ >een the. favourite locale for the largest and most flourishing hotels, and, following ori- these lines, the Hotel Sydney Company, promoted by the well-lnown firm of Messrs. Arthur Rickard and Co., were fortunate in securing an ideal "site "facing the Pitt-strcet entrance of the Central Railway Station, and overlooking Rcltnoie Paik, the extensive block having frontages to Pitt, Hay, arid Campbell streets, and being in immediate proximity to-trams running direct to c'l parts of the city. The building, which cost no less a s...

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

9 T. R. B. MORTON & SON will conduct an important sale of splendid Residential Sites at Dandenong Road, Oakleigh, on Saturday, 21st March, at 3 p.m. Easy terms will be given, .and every lot sub mitted at Auction will be sold without reserve.

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