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SOCIAL. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

soemL Coming Events. Notifications under this head are charged at the rate of 1/ lor three lines (about IS words) per insertion.' The Manager reserves the right to cut down any notice exceeding three lines. 11th, Mlh, 17th March.—Mr. Marcus St. John's Recitals of "Behind the Beyond." assisted by Miss Irma Carun and Mr. Norman Cl.urton. Athenaeum Hall. Plan at Pianola. 12th March.—The Mercantile Rowing Club's Night at "The Butterflies," Lyric Theatre, St. Kilda. Phenomenal Booking. Record house expected. Usual prices. 14th March.—10th Birthday Celebration \.W.N.L., 'Aroona," Toorak, from 2 to 7. Admission 1/, children Cd. Tickets, 1*19 Oollins-st., at gate, or from branch secretaries. 14th to 2Sth March.—Melbourne Croouet Club, Open - Championship Tournament, held at the Lawns, Union-st., Windsor. • Miss Alice H. Guthrie, lion sec. 17th March {St. Patrick's).—Special programme at The English Pierrots. Performance in aid of the Austin Hospital for Incurables arid Free Kinder garten. 2...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NO. 2 (MARYBOROUGH) DISTRICT FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

NO. 2 (MARYBOROUGH) DISTRICT FIXTURES. A meeting of delegates of the No. 2 Coursing District was held at Maryborough on Friday, 2?th February, the following bfing present: Messrs. W. Morgan and F. Scarce (Donald). G. M. Brownbill and R. Whittaker (Maryborough), B. Green and Nolan (Charlton). Yountr and Bilton (St. Arnaud). Caldwell (Mnldon). E. Beiinettfi (Cope Copn). Mr. Brownbill was voted to the chair and Mr. J. G. Moore was appointed secretary. The following dates were allotted : APRIL. 22—Swan Bill MAY. 6—Lake Bolac 14—Wyehoproof 6—Birchip 20—Kerang G—Lalbert 20, 21—Donald 6, 7—Maryborough 21 —Berriwilloclt fi, 7—Swan Hill 27 -Cope Cope 13—Quambatook 27 -Lalbert 13—St. Arnaud 27 -Maluon 13. 14*—Bendigo 27, 28—Charlton 14—-Watchem . JUNE. 2, 3—Birchip 15. 16, 17—Donald 3. 4—Swan Hill 17 -Lalbert 3, -I— Maryborough 18 -Charlton 4—Wycheproof 22. 23—St. Arnaud 10—Watchem 23 -Quambatook 10—TC erang 24 -Cope Cope 10, 11—Bendigo 24 -Lake Boga 11—Berriwillock 21 JULY. —Maldon 1—Watchem...

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

yilllillltmuuumuw IA Smile of Satisfaction 2 ^BROOKES COFFEE, . ESSENCE ltb better - Tty it . gl A MATTER OF THAT BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA, BLADDER TROUBLES, STONE, GRAVEL, LUMBAGO. SCIATICA, NERVOUSNESS, DIZZINESS, ARE CAUSED BY DISEASED KIDNEYS. Many men and women look upon such symptoms as backache, dizziness, headache, dimness of sight, urinary disorders, gravel, swelling of the limbs, rheu matism, sleeplessness, nervousness, and neuralgic pains, as trifling complaints. But no symptom of kidney disorder is trifling, for it shows that the kidneys are failing to filter the poisonous uric acid from the blood, and this is the beginning of most diseases. At the first sign of kidney disorder begin with Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, the great kidney medicine. Doan's Pills cure every form of kidney trouble, because they are a special medicine for the kidneys. MELBOURNE MAN'S CURE Mr. Thomas Ball, 215 Rosslyn Street, West Melbourne, says "For a long time 1 liavo been taking ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowls. By "Boomerang." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

By "Boomerang." A Numurkah correspondent_ writes :—"Would you kindly, oblige by answering the following questions, as a number of Numurkah clubs are waiting' in anticipation :— "1.—In a singles championship, when the 'jack' is thrown inadvertently on to the ad joining rink, or outside the playing' rink, wihat is the proper procedure ? "2.—When a bowler has bowled his bowl, is there any regulation to prohibit him from watching the progress of his bowl from the mat until the bowl stops, or can hi?- even walk up the rink a short distance to gauge accu rately the course it has taken ? *•3.—Can he go up and inspect the end ? "4..—What is the rule regarding the position of the mat ?" There is only one answer to question 1, and "nothing to argue about," as the advertise ment says. When the "jack" is thrown out side of the rink playing boundary, which in cludes the ditch, it becomes dead. Also, if it is not thrown the full GG feet there is only one thing open to the umpire: he must return t...

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

Warbrton—"Mountain Grand." THE SWITZERLAND OF THE SOUTH. Most Popular Resort in the State. Winter or Summer. Opp. Mount Donnabuanc. and Overlooking tho ' Yarra. Bowling Green, Croquet Lawn, Tennis, Billiards. Tel. S. Warburton. S^nd for Booklet.

Publication Title: Punch
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THE ART OF MR. AND MRS. MONTAGU MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

THE ART OB' MR. AND MRS. MONTAGU MARKS. Mr. and Mrs. Montagu Markri. who are both capable young painters with future before them, are exhibiting some of their interesting works at the Athenaeum. Mr. Marks shows himself a landscapist of some distinction, and his sixty-two subjects bearing his name. A bright liUie thing is the "Potterhoini, Vienna," and "Moonrise, Surrey," is full of the tenderness of evening lights. v In the "Canal, Wapping," the artist has represented a barge with pleasing effect, and has pu; the same humble vessel into "The Barge" (Nos. 14 and 41). Some excellent colour is discovered in "Battersea Bridge," a notably .pleasing rendering of that Lon don landmark ; and there is the same pood colour, though not the same charm, in the water colour jotting of the srene. "The Silver Vase" denotes Mr. Marks's grace as a still-life painter, and "The Tattles" demonstrates that he posse t'ses considerate skill as a portraitist. The colour in this example, l owever, is not all...

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

LIVE HARES WANTED. wanted to buy good strong, live, hares. Fifteen 'Shillings a pair. Delivered 011 Railway Station, Maryborough. o. G. MGG1113, Sec. Maryborough- Coursing Club. 'I'hone 44. STUD DOG. SS, Dn&8. Gle&r 8on>. Cli-ur Note is a splendidly-bred dog, being by that champion fire, Senator, Irora Songbird II. He only ran iti two stakes, winning one. and is very fast. He is the last direct representative oi Songbird. Clear Notu is half-brother to Gold Bar, King ol Scots, l?uli Captain, Bugle Call (the New" Zealand champion), Pure Tenor. Drum Major, and other good Performers. ' Fee, £3/3/. For further particulars, apply to S. WALSH, Church St., Corowa, N.S.W EASTER WEEK. . In Aid of THE AUSTIN HOSPITAL And FREE KINDERGARTENS of VICTORIA. DRUIDS" and CARLTON STALL. To be RAFFLED, A Magnificent Black Opal and Diamond Pendanl Set iii Platinum. Value 60 Guineas. Tickets, ONE SHILLING EACH. Can be obtained. at Messrs. Stewart Dawson's, Col lins Street, Melbourne, o...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WEDDING GROUP OF THE,MARRIAGE OF MR. ROBERT S. TURNER AND MISS MARGARET HILLIARD JOHNSON. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

A WEDDING GROUP OF THE,MARRIAGE OF MR. ROBERT S. TURNER AND MISS MARGARET HILLIARD JOHNSON. Celdbrate'd at Scots' Church > on JLrth February, and afterwards at the Oriental Hotel. A full report of this wedding •'appeared in "Punch" of 26th February. MEMBERS OF THE METHODIST CONFERENCE HELP IN MiSLBOUIiNE LAST WEEK. Councillor Bowley (ox-Mayor of Camberwcll) leaves on 18th March for a trip to Europe. Mrs. Bowley accompanies iier husband, anil they will have Mr. ant! Mrs. Laycock, sen., of Balwyn, as boardship companions. During the absence of theii- parents, Mr. Jjoyrt Bowley and two o{ his sisters will occupy the family residencu at Balvvyn, but Miss Winnie Bowley and a l:idv friend will enjoy mountain air and scenery at a quiet upland resort.

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

The charge for advertising Stud Greyhounds in "Punch" 1b £3 per ini'h per quarter. The rats for advertising Coursing Meetings, Sales of Greyhounds, etc.. Is 5/ per inch per insertion. Advertisements of Sales of Dogs are only in serted when payment is forwarded with the advertisement. Tuesday in each week is the last day for receiving Advertisements to be inserted on Coursing pages.

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MISS EVA MOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

MISS EVA MOSS. Appearing with "Joseph and His Brethren" at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

FRIDAY. MARCH 27, 1914. Three O'clock p.m. At Tattersall's Bazaar, Exhibition Street. POSITIVE SALE OF JOJTN MLTN-DAY is instructed by Messrs Fryer <>nd He.vwood to sell by Public Auction as abov& 6 Puppies by Graham (brother to Eastern StarV from Oneaophorus, sister to Fidolis, v.-Uelped De cember, 1912. A grand litter, well reared, and well ffrown. .nerage weight from 05lb. to 701b., in perfect health, and untried. Also the well-bred second - season dog. Gippsland, by Resentful—une sophoris. Those requiring Puppies for Derby and Oaks Stakes should attend this sale. Full particu lars arid Catalogues from JOHN MUNDAY, Auc tioneer, 121 QJEEN STREET. FOR SALE. One BITCH, whelped Nov., '12 ; 3 BITCHES and 1 DOG, whelped July, '13—by The Golden King (imp. Coat of Arms—Rosalie) from Under and Over (imp. Gone Over—Happy Gem). Two DOGS and 1 BITCH, whelped Aug.. *13, by The Golden Kinc—Senate Lass .(Senator—Fee Booth). Prices and extended pedigrees on application. W. ...

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Capt. BURNHAM TO MISS M. E. NIALL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

The Bride, Miss Margaret Eleanor Niall, Burnham was celebrated at Christ Church,- So "Shipley," the residence of whose marriage with Captain Gordon Le Roy utih Yarra, 011 March 2nd, and afterwards at Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Casey. Bridal Group of the marriage of Captain General, and Miss M. E. Niall. Miss Fairlie Levey, Master Alastair M'Culloch, the Bride, George Balmain. G. Le Roy Burnham, A.D.C. to the Governor Rede, the Hon. Judith Demnan, Miss Athol Miss Eleanor Purves, Miss May Grice, Master Capt. BURNHAM TO ' MISS M. E. NIALL.

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SUCCESSFUL TIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

SUCCESSFUL TIPPING Ip his forecasts for the third flay of the V.R.C. Autumn Meeting, our iurl contributor, ''Omega," named five winners in Darrawa, Jolly Beggar, Andesine, Radnor and Eltham.

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THE DACNTON-SHAW TROUP OF WORLD-FAMED AUSTRALIAN CYCLISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

THE DACNTON-SHAW TROUP OF WORLD-FAMED AUSTRALIAN CYCLISTS. Now appearing at the Opera House, Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

Do you Odolise? There are still some who do not, and you may be amongst them. You may be content to scrub and polish the fronts of your teeth with some paste or powder. If so, it is safe to say that you are doing nothing really to preserve them. Try the Odol way—just a few drops of Odol, the famous liquid antiseptic dentifrice in a little water will thoroughly cleanse and purify the whole mouth, penetrating all cracks and crevices in and between the teeth, permeating the gums and lining membrane, and exerting its marvellous protective powers, not only during the few moments while being used, but for hours after. It is this lasting effect that gives to " Odolisers" the absolute assurance that their mouths are permanently protected from the bacteria and processes of fermentation which destroy the teeth. 7 i- > ■■■ V rffflSggsif#'# "i- •' 'v-A \ \; W ' '/ th\ & £ C1,* • -/■ -4-';' r V 4 V / W? ! *' >»• ( WrW ' .f, / <> * \ \;\ .* A '/ ti & , v'; %{A-...

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THE SPORT HOG. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

THE 5 PORT HOG.

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INTO THE VALLEY OF DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

INTO THE: VALLEY OF DEBT. ("Borrow all you can, tax all you can, spend all you can, is the maxim upon which Labour finance is conducted.'—Daily Paper.V Australia begins to understand now what the wild rush of Labour finance leadsi to.

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POLO AT KOOYONG, 2nd to 6th March [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

POLO AT KOOYONG, 2nd to 6th March VACANT DECK-CHAIRS WITH FAIR ' GUARDIANS. A HAPPY PAIR. ALL SMILES—A PLEASANT EPISOHE. A GOAL TO COLAO. DIVIDED ATTENTION. >, EXCITING MOMENT IN MATCH—COLAC v. 'CATtAMUT A." AN EASY- POSE. MR,. R. CUMMING SCORES "CARAMUT BV SECOND GOAL. WATCHING THE PINAL CHUKKA. POLO ENTHUSIASTS. How these Labourites love one another ! It is apparent that there is ntuple envy, hatred, and all uncharitableness loose amona; the chil dren of the Caucus in Kew South Wr.les ; but no two are quite so affectionate towards each other as Mr. R. D. Mea;z;hi.;r, Speaker, anil Mr. Griffith, Minister for Works. These two em ploy the public press largely for 1he purpose o! throwing the mud of dire opprobrium and the dead cat of contumely at each other. If the national newspaper some of the Labourites aie eo eager for were in existence Messrs. Meagher and Griffith would provide a couple of columns of lively reading each day, explaining what they think of each other. "T merely ...

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A NOTEWORTHY WEDDING.-MR. FRANK SAMUEL CARSE TO MISS EILEEN CONSTANCE BRETT. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

A NOTEWORTHY WEDDING.-MR. FRANK SAMUEL CARSE TO MISS EILEEN CONSTANCE BRETT. —Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Carse (Miss Eileen Constance Brett), whose marriage was celebrated at All Saints' Church. South Yarra, on March 4th, and afterwards at "Bernard," South Yarra. 12.—Bridal Cn-om»-wr^tte--+ua/riage of Mr. Frank S. Carse and Miss E. C. Brett taken at "Bernard." Standing—Mr. Leslie Harper (W.A.), Miss Gi^yiJLNisJh, .Mr. "■L.eigh Falkiner, Bride, Bridegroom, Miss Emily A. Falkiner, Miss Mollie Falkiner, Mr. John Carse, Mr. G. Falkiner. .St5S^--Miss :M4y.' G^ice, Miss Nancy Falkiner, Miss; Edna Army tage. 3.—The Bride leaving, showered wit»h rose leaves and good wishes./0'DellylCVjo.wtlier and M4ss Orice. -Miss N.O Hani and Miss M'Evoy. 6.—Arriving at "Bernard" after the ceremony. 7.—ML Fre'd.^vpijght arriving at "Bernard. 8.—Mr, and Mrs. F. P. Brett returning to "Bernard" for the wedding. 9.—The oww5§fV)f Ar iffffffona.b\o and abbreviated skirt arriving at "Ber nard." 10.—A merry and pretty...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 March 1914

KugeBmann5s Pure Herbal Skin Soap, "BEAUTY'S AID." Free Satnple Sent on Receipt of Twopenny Stamp. Kugelmftun's Puro Herbal Skin Soap- may be ob tained at all Chemists, Drapers, and Storekeepers throughout Australasia at 2/6 per box of three lar^e tablets. If not obtainable locally, send postal note or stamps of any State, to the value of ."V (including postage), when box will be posted per return mail. Sole Proprietors : H. E. KUGELMANN AND CO., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS nnd MANUFACTURERS. 106-3 KING ST., MELBOURNE ; PITT STREET, SYDNEY ; and at ADELAIDE and BRISBANE.

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