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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

."Tf-L" " * ■ ■ ■■* Nothing Nicer than a Stewar THE more conversant you are with Watch Values, the more convinced you will be that Stewart Dawson's offer you the most substantial values in their new Watch Bracelets. That refinement in quality and superior worth that goes with each purchase effected shows up remarkably in our splendid Watch Bracelet Offer. Each is a thoroughly-good timekeeper, of lasting quality and most pleasing pattern. Nothing would suit a pretty wrist better than to have one of these low-priced and beautiful modern conceptions in Jewellery always by ycu. Every article is plainly priced and inspection is greatly facilitated, rendering shopping here both pleasurable and profitable. The Rolex Lever Gold-filled Expanding: Watch Bangle, in a variety of patterns. All at_ one price, £fl/5/. We can strongly iecommend this class of Watch as being sure to give greater satisfaction and longer wear than many of tho cheap all-gold ones now offered „ to the public. Presents fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Mitchell's Mild, Mellow, Matured Old Irish Whisky, , Famed from Pole to^ Pole.

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SPORTING Turf Flotsam as&d Jetsam. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Turf Flotsam as&d Jetsam. By "Omega." Radnor, Wallalo and Woorak Averc the star performers at the V.R.C. Autumn Meeting, and each went through the fixture without being de feated. Radnor won his three races in very superior style, while Wallalo's two victories were handsomely achieved. It is a pity that the pair were not afforded the opportunity of measuring; strides in the Champion. In my opinion Radnor would have beaten Wallalo, but the race between them would have been worth going a long way to witness. Woorak's claim to be regarded as the best two-year-old of the season can'no loneer be disputed. lie beat the opposition verv easily in e.ich of his two races at Fls'mington. and all going well should not be seriously troubled in the /V.J.'J. Champagne Stakes on Easter Monday. Of the handicap winners, Rath lea, Iownit and 'ladanga are pro bably the best, while Jolly Beg'gar, who pulled up lame after winning the C. M. Lloyd Stakes, is one of the best performers of the season...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE TROTTING CLUB MEETING AT RICHMOND RACECOURSE. The Derby Thousand. The First Victorian Derby for Trotting and Pacing Colts and Fillies. 6th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

MELBOURNE TROTTING CLUB MEETING AT RICHMOND RACECOURSE. The Derby Thousand. The First Victorian Derby • for Trotting and Pacing Colts and Fillies. * 6th MARCH. A FAIR TRIO OF TROTTING ENTHUSIASTS. START FOR THE DERBY £-1000 PACERS. A PORTION OP THE BETTING RING. WATCHING THE N.S.W. REINS MEN. INTEJitf'STIMi TO OTHEUS BESIDES YOUTH. MR. JOHN WREN AND MISS FDNA KEELEY. MR. JOHN WREN'S PARTY. MISS EDNA KEELEY DECORATING LFCAP AXD LUCID. WINNKUS OF TliE FACING AJSD THOTTINO SECTIONS OF THE DERBY XI000.

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SNAPSHOTS AT THE V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING—Champion Day, Saturday, 7th March. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

SNAPSHOTS AT THE V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING—Champion Day, Saturday, 7th March.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Is the Best of the Canvas Tyres. In the now and improved type the tread is narrow, thick, and heavy, and ihe rubber is where it is most needed. It is similar in shape to the well-known I'almer Cord Tyre, and constitutes the latest and most un-to fliiif example of Canvas Motor Tyre con struction. SILVERTOWN RUBBER CO., 21-23 Elizabeth St., Melbourne. Gilbert Bldgs., Gilbert Place, Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Mscf Hotd, SYDNEY'S ranw © . is™ w&ftsofi s Bay. : PliAUB. • , Beautiful Harbour Views. Unsurpassed Accommodation. Moderate Tariff. The Hotel has recently undergone Extensive (Fp-to-date Alterations. For particulars, write to the Proprietor, L. PAULSEN (Late Captain North Coast Stfcamere). TatfcnalS'i Hotel, Fo«" Qxoollont i Accommodation. Everything Up-to-Qate Write or 'phono for particulars. MANAGER. Ms.—City 728, and Central 1938. The MARBLE BAB attached M th,# hRndiomff^ bar In 4notr«Jado,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Rudolph Patterson & Dowling, Automobile Engineers, ALL CLASSES OP REPAIR WORK UNDERTAKEN. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 21-23 WILLS STREET (off Latrobe St. W.). Telephone 9276. The Place for Tyres. .. The.. "Red Cross" Motor Tyre Hospital h he Largest and Most Lp to-Daie Premises in Australia. 401-403 Swanston St., Corner of Little Latrobe Street* Telephone, Central S*T6. OAREY MOTORS Ltd., BALLARAT. Ford Car Success. The success attained by the Carey Co. at Balfarat has resulted in SPECIAL THAIN-.LOADS of FORD CARS gbeing consigned to this Company, to fill the great demand. NEW BIG GARAGE AT DANA STREET-—EVERY CONVENIENCE & EVERY ATTENTION Motorists should make the CAREY GARAGE their Headquarters. CASEY MOTOISS Ltd, Agents for Ford, Fiat, B.S.A., Sunbeam, Rovers, &c.; and the EVINRUDE DETACHABLE ROW-BOAT MOTOR, 'PHONE 866 BALLARAT. ' r: : -.w:;: :v. . -.7m.'x.:1 ■■ y »r -y We DON'T Sell Motor Cars Bat We Do Sell EVERYTHING A MAN REQUIRES FOR MOTORING. BUCKLEY &am...

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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING, Flemington, March 3rd and 7th, [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

FIRST TIME ROUND IN THJE AUTUMN HURDLE. LAST FENCE IN- THE AUTUMN" HURDLE. WON' BY DARKAWA. FEMSH FOR THE CHAMPION STAKES. WON BY- RADNOR. FINISH' FOK THE AUST KALIAN CUP. Won li\ WALLALO. LAST FENCE IN THE AUTUMN STEEPLE. WCN BY TINTO. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING, Flemington, March 3rd and 7th, MESSRS. H. BOLTON AND W. BOOTH'S Bl. f. 3KATTLE. Winner of the Oaiilf-eld Futurity Stakes, and rcrond in Elms Fr.r.dicap at V R.C. Autumn jHnQtiue on Saturday lastt

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MOTOR NOTES By "Magneto Sparks." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Uy "Magneto Sparks." Rather a peculiar case this : Ai gentleman recently purchased a car in Melbourne, and, beinp anxious Lu it turn heme to the country at once, left word that he would register the car himself instead o£ troubling the parage assistants. He omitted to weigh the car before leaving the city, and although he has registered the car and paid t.he fee, ho states that the authorities refuse to issue his license or a number until he produces the weigh bridge ticket. As there doesn't appear to be a weighbridge nearer than Melbourne, and he is a very busy man, he will have to continue running round on the garage number until he can find the time to drop tiowh to the city again and weigh th'; csx. A foreign hawker has been reckoning* up the rela tive value of motor and horse, and favours the motor because it will covcr the ground in quicker time, and thus he will be able to sell more goods in a year than he does at present with the horse. But he doesn't believe in buying a "pi...

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"THE TOURISTS' PARADISE." AUSTRALIANS OFF TO JAPAN, [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

"THE TOURISTS' PARADISE." AUSTRALIANS OFF TO JAPAN, This present year will be a memorable one for Japan and the_ Japanese, as it is to be the year of the Coronation of H.I.M. the Emperor. Always in the- opening months of the year the gay land of Dal Nippon is supremely pay, because it is the famous season of blossom—the season when the cherry, peach, and plum orchards blow the season when all the wise foreigners and world-tourists head for tJtie scene of "The Mikado." At the other end of the year, the autumn, the time when Japan's marvellous chrysanthemums attain their finest flower, comes what is called ' the season," but it is doubtful whether any season excels the spring time. As a rule, Australians prefer to visit the country during March, April, and May, when the whole land lies fertile and beautiful, and blazing with pink, white, and yellow blossoms. This spring, as might have been anticipated, in view of the verv prosperous times Australia generally has enjoyed, the bookings ...

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

WEDDINGS.* A FASHIONABLE WEDDING. CAPTAIN GORDON LE ROY BURNHAM TO MISS MAKUARET ELE ANOW -NIALL. Tlio presence of her Excellency Lady Den man and Uie Hon. Judith Denman (wno acted as train-bearer; lent distinction to the wedding of captain Uordon Le Roy Jiurnhain, A.jJ.u. to his Excellency the U overnor-ueiierai, only son of Mr. 'j. nomas Brownell Burnnam, of >»oodhurst, urawiey, Sussex, iiingland, and Miss Margaret Eleanor x\ iali, only daugnter of Mr. J. ju. iNiali, of Collins-street, Meioourne. 'l'he ceremony tooK place on March the 2nd, at Christ church, South Yarra. The itev. Leonard Townsend was the officiating clergyman. Being .cent, the church was not decorated with nowers, but graceful bunches of greenery and grasses tied with white satin uowu marked the pews reserved for the guests. The pulpit and reading desk were iiiiea with gractuui palms and a line of foliage plants, and palms outlined the approacn to uie altar. The handsome cnoir stalls were grouped high with Japa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

DOG MEDICINE.. DISTEMPER POWDERS. 2/6 packet ; WORM POWDERS, 1/ each. 10/ dozen : Alterative Blood Mixture. 2/6 and 4/6 : Manye Specific. 2/6 bottle ; Tonic and Condition Balls. 2/G box ; Canker Lotion. 2/6 bot; Eczema Cure (internal), 2/6 bot.; Eczema Ointment, 1/6 tin ; Stimulating Liniment for Rac ing Greyhounds, 3/6 : Husk Cure, 2/6 bot.; Chorea Pills, 2/6 ; DOG SOAP, 9d. : Puppy Worm Syrup. 1/6; Internal Stimulant, 2/6: Skin Lotion, 2/6. Postage extra. DOG BISCUITS. Shirley's Lactol nnd Worm Capsules stocked. R. W. BEDOOE1E & CO., OEfYMISTS. 254 BOURKE STREET, Opposite Opera House. Melbourne. ■

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

"Ronal!ls"and Central Floral Studio, ViceafSegal Florist®, 99 SWANSTON STREET. BON VOYAGE BASKETS 01 BOUQUETS gent to BOAT or TRAIN. RD*eialty—BASKETS lor SALOON TABLES. Macki siaws for Sp©rtsw@mef\ The Novelty of the Moment! Perfectly Cut, Light and Warm. Suitable for All Kinds of Sports. In DIFFERENT COLOURS and MATERIALS. SWEDE, NAP. ZIBELINE. and PLAIDS. 55/G, 75/6, 84/. LONGER COATS, from 63/. INSPECTION AND COMPARISON INVITED. AND €0.9 192 COLLINS STREET KEEP YOUR; SKIN CLEAR CUTICURA . SOAP And occasional use of Cuti cura Ointment. No other emollients do so much to prevent pore-clogging, pim ples, blackheads, red, rough hands, dandruff, itching scalps and falling hair. Curtain Soap and Ointment sold everywhere. Liberal sa-nplo of each, with 32-page book, sent post free. Address R. Towns & Co., Sydney. N. S. W. G. Pleasance, CHEMIST, 275 Chapel Street, Prahran, OPPOSITE ARCADE. 'Phone, Windsor 409. Has received, and can supply, stocks oi the latest London Toilet Specia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Hicks, Atkinson & Sons Pty. Ltd. Footwear Typical of the Collins St. House. Magnificently Bro caded with Gold on Black, Emerald Green or White ' Satin. This' \ Shoo is the choicest novelty of the Season. We stock them also in Black, Ivory. Purple and "Emerald plain 'Satin, or Black fine ' Suede . Leather, at 39/6 per ,pairv.V' The Tango Shoe, '(/■ 49/6 per pair. All wiih Ribbon Lacings to match. Silk Hose to match all these Shoes, at 10/6 and 11/6 per pair. HICKS, ATUNSmT SONS Ply. Ltd., THE COLLINS STREET HOUSE. •M8-3.-.0 COLLINS STREET Melbourne's Largest and Most Up-to-date Warehouse for ART FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS. Special Reductions in All Departments FOR THIS MONTH ONLY. Imported Bedroom Suites, All Brass Bedsteads, 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. CHUBCH BEKOTEEKS ®>ty. Ltd. 2%"„T0iA°IE™i f™omL> ZZTZDC ' v. A Dainty, Novel, and ...

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MRS. W. P. MANSON. HOSTESS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

MRS. W. P. MANSON. HOSTESS. Mrs. W. P. Manson, of "Glcncara," Sackville street, E. Kew, gave a most enjoyable novelty afternoon on the 4th March, to bid farewell to her sistfcr,: 'Miss Ruth M'Ara, who left on 11th March for New Zealand, where her wedding will take place. Mrs. Manson and her sister, both of whom make charming hostesses, received the guests on enter ing thi: drawingroom. Tea, refreshments and ices were served in the diningroom. Miss War tie and Mrs. Bowering carried off the prizes. The guests included Mrs. G. Armstrong, Mrs. Sutherland, Mrs. Law, Miss Barter, Mrs. Warue, Miss Warne, Mrs. Bisgrove, Miss Bisgrove, Mrs. Ratcliff, and the Misses Ratcliff, Mrs. Seaward, Mrs. Halsey, Miss Ha'sey, Mrs. 0. Mills, Mrs. II. Felstead, Mrs. Drake. Mrs. Manson, senr., Mrs. Millington, Mrs. Woods. Mrs. II. ,T. Manson. Miss Carnelly (Syd ncyU Mrs. M'Lean, Miss M'Lean, Mrs. Pullin, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Bowering, Mrs. J. Garland, Miss llose M'Bachran, Miss Holmes, Mrs. Scofleld, Mrs. ...

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Fact and Rumour. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Herm, of "Jessiesruhe," Albert Park, l?<ave by the ir.M.S. Friedrich der Grosse for Ipngland and the Continent. Mr. R. Burns Campbell, B.D.S., L.D.S.. Sur geon Dentist, of 92 Collins-street, left "by the Moldavia on a trip through PJuiope and Am erica. He will he absent about nine months. During his vacation his practice viU he car ried on as usual at the above address. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Godfree, of Sandring ham, left by the Otranto on the 4 th .March for a trip to England, the Continent, and Am erica, and intend being away for twelve months. Bliss Ethel Capper, of "Bokhara,'f Crcmorne, Sydney, leaves Melbourne on 24t.h March by the R.M.S. Medina for a trip to I'.ngland. Cr. and Mrs. Alfred Bowloy, of Oamberwell, are lea vine for England by the Osterley on the 18th March, and propose spending some time on the Continent en. route. They hope to return ,bv the end of .the year. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hutchlngs, who came to Melbourne for the racing season, are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

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. QUIDB BOOKS, &«., APPLY AT Tasmaiiian Government Tourist Agency, 59—61 WILLIAM ST., MELBOURNE.

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

Engagements. An engagement is announced between AEr. John Howard Burgess, of Adelaide, and Miss Lillie R. Davies, elder daughter of Air. and Mrs. H. M. Davies, of Kaiimna. Gippsland Lakes. An engagement is announced between Miss Marjory B. Smith, youngest daughter of the late G. Elirjs-Smith and Airs. Elms-Smith, of "Navalley," Ormond-road, Elwooa, and Air. Harry C. West, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. West, of "Arthurvillr;,'' Welling to n-st., St. Kilda. An engagement is announced between Miss Olga Burge Derham, younger daughter of Air. and Airs. T. Burge Derham, of "Lil'irie," Mal vern-road, Alalvern, and Air. Dermott James George, of Drayton Gardens, Kensington, Lon don, S.W. A"n engagement is announeed between Miss Lila Calder, niece of Air. and He: R. Russell, of "Weeroona," Lincoln-rond, Esscndon, and Mr. J. Len Bain, only son of Airs. Bain, Staf fordshire, England. An engagement is announced between Air. William H. Turner, of " Wavei:t.:'e>V' South CVarra, third son o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

When in doubt where to dine, always KO to the "Francais." You wp get satisfaction. Cafe Francais, 257 LITTLE COLLINS STREET. MELBOURNE (Next Swanston Street).

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