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Photo Focus. HARRINGTON'S NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC CATALOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Photo Tocus. By 'Lcm." HARRINGTON'S NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC CATA LOGUE. We have'received a copy of the above catalogue, and find it a bulky and well printed book contain ing particulars' of- all 'kinds ' of cameras and photo graphic novelties' that will be of great interest to photographic enthusiasts. Copies are ■ obtainable fre'i on request from'the publishers, . Messrs. Har ringtons Ltd., . Collins-street, Melbourne, and 386 George-street; Sydney.

Publication Title: Punch
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KEY-NOTES Obey! [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Obey! The Women's Political Association, too, is much disturbed about the word "obey" in the marriage service, and ascribes all kinds of hnrrors and much domestic infelicity to the impertinence of man in imposing such an obli gation on woman. One wo aid think from the wrath excited in the hosoms of the W.P.A. oratresses that women actually l'elt themselves bound by the promise made at the altar, were it not that after m'aking a great to-do over bjoing called upon to obey, 'these fiery champions of their sex, with that pleasing lack of logic so often an endearing: feature of Eve's daugh ters, give their case away b y practically de claring that women don't obey simply because I the service imposes obedience on them. "A higher and more' valuable homage would he paid hy the wife if she entered' into the mar riage contract unfettered by any obligation to obey her husband," says one speaker. * * * * Here is a curious situation. Woman does not obey because she gives a sacred promise to ob...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO BLACKEN IRON SHEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

TO BLACKEN IRON SHEATHS; Sheet iron or steel, such as plate sheaths, can b« blackened with a fine dead surface by thoroughly cleansing the metal and then" brushing the follow ing- solution, over it and allowing it to dry. When dry, the metal is hung by a .thread in a .saucepan .-iiicl boiled for half an hour. ^ If necessary, the treatment may be repeated. Mercury bichloride .... 20 grains Copper chloride ... ... ... ... ...: 10 grains Hydrochloric acid .. ... ... ... ... 1 dram Alcohol ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1. dram Water ..... ... ... ... ... .1 ounce

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Contrast in Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

A Contrast in Advice. While General Sir Ian Hamilton, one or tire most dashing fighting men in the world, was telling the, "Victorian military officers that un preparedness for war would mean disaster, Pro fessor Starr Jordan was talking in. :l neigh bouring hall about universal peace. In liis racy, fiery way, General Hamilton compared the slack nation with the sick sheep, and said that black crows "were as ready to attack the powerless nation as ithey were to l>i'"k the eyes from the weak sheep. "If you are not strong,'' said the soldier, "the little dark gentleman will come and pay you visit." There haV3 ibeen lew such militant speeches in Australia as 1 that of Ham il^on in Melbourne—lew such military spectacles as that of the banquet gathering at which he spoke. No great general has before been so outspoken in Australia. No' militarist has roused the people with such statements as that "every Australian is born with a desiie to defend his country," .or "beware the black crows...

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ANNOUNCEMENTS IN THE LANTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

ANNOUNCEMENTS IN THE LANTERN. There are many ways by which. these can be made neatly ; but one of the best is to' use' a piece of I bin "tracing- paper. - The announcement is type written on this, the paper being backed: up in' the type-writer- with a sheet of carbon paper put the reverse way round. This helps, to make the letters more opaque. The paper is cut to size, and slipped loyothpy with a suitable musli between a couple o! cover glosses hinged together with a' binding strip.

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Black Labour Plea Rejuvenated. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

r.lqck Labour Plea Rejuvenated. Most failings laiown to man have been ascrib ed to Australians by harshly critical visitors ; but we are alone when wo accuse ourselves of impatience. Our critics have missed this ishort eoming, perhaps because it is not sufficiently a vice to suit their fault-finding. There is no bite in accusing a man of eagerness. One might as well tell a motorist that In; is going too fast, or a thin man that lie is putting on flesh. Yet if1 we want plain evidence that we lack patience, wc get it now in a sin inns and sig nificant manner. We set out eighteen merits; ago to rrrow mai^e, wheat, rice an'l lucerne in the Northern Territory. W« were going to Kv a foundation of northern settlement ibty put ting small farmers on good, up-to-date agricul tural 'blocks. We establish! d^morntvation farms, got experts together, and paid away goad gold to set the scheme going. One of the great boasts everywhere was that expense was not going to deter us fcom settling the Ter ...

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PASSE-PARTOUT BINDING FOR ENLARGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

PASSE-PARTOUT BINDING FOR TWI.ARGTS MENTS. It is no novelty to bind up enlargements with pbiSc! and passir-partout binding, but the "extreme simplicity and convenience of the. following method may induce some to practise it who have hitherto shirked the process as a troublesome job requiring considerable skill. The advantages of my method nre that the print does not need mounting,; a coirmon quality.of card may be used, as it is not hten, and the result is very effective, and scarcely more expensive than mounting on card' without Klaos. The materials required .'are a piece of'glass with two and a half • inches greater length and breadth than the print, a "piece of stout -card or mi!!..oard about half an inch larger than the .glass, a sheet of tinted paper the same size as the mill board, some passe-partout gummed binding striv a httle narrow red tape, and some seccotine; also four bulldog letter clips. The first step is to make a hanger to the mill board with the red. tape. Two 'sli...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Striking Comparison Favours Victoria [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

A Striking ^Comparison Favours Victoria Everyone has had sad experience .luring tne last few years of the difference between nom inal and effective wages. Except in the cases of salaried men, who are the last to he bene lited by an upward mo^e in wages, every worker's income has been going up lately, un fortunately, everybody's expenditure has been advancing also, for commodities ure dearer, and house rents have almost doubled. It is questionable whether many people are better off for the quick rise in wages, pro (its and gen eral incomes. Mr. Holman says they arc ; Mr. Cook says they are not. Mr Holman says , ■things have improved under Labour rule in New South Wales, and gone back under Liberal rule in Victoria ; Mr. Cook says they have not. An official .statistical table just issued is pertinent : to the discussion :— Wages. N.S.W.. Vic. 0'wealth. 1910. Njominal 50/6 •18/1 50/3 Effective . 50/ . 51/10 51/10 1912. Nominal 55/3 54/4 55/4 Effective 47/4. 52/ 50/3 * ♦ * * Victoria co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

IWenk^ci'' . Hotcilf ; MELBOURNE. J. K: SPEEDIB, Manager. Telephones 6586 (12 lines). ii©Ea'dl©^SlS@ fH3alB, OLBNBON ROAD, TOORAK. Residential Mansion/ within - 6 minutes fcj&ia and tram. Tennia. Large Grounds. llliB^appia»:Sfc George's Read, Toorais, Bssideatlal Mansions, near Tooraktram. j SeU-oojitained Flats, Suites, MagniA Ballroom; Loungo,. Dining and' Ro eaptton Matima. Large .Grounds. Tennis, /HonMiar "Teas, a . Spe ciality. .. .^psldpione 101 Malvirn.' @ iBsa eta,; •via Ba5f©ii7aft© if> Sotol ''Dole® DoxnuEi." 2000it. above mvk. MBS, CH&ANT, • Proprietress. • Take eoJsfelaed' eoaoh and rail -tlfcket.; aval B&So -fes'- 'moatlu!, - Tol. Mo.: a, . Ollncla. '■■Orlontisit;-jMoiol > . •-58 COLLINS STREET. UNDfiii: NEW MANAGEMENT. Tel., Cent. 288, 7619. • Tho ©®®8«2©sf9fcQ8B COLLINS ST.. MELBOURNE. : Late United Service Club Hotel. \M. L. M'RAB, Proprietress . (Lato ManagoreBB of the Oriental). Central 1538. Shortly Rebuilding. R/3BwQe»al VSgsplnga EH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Tow ' favourite brands" ot WW« > and '. Spirits at Wbolsealo, Prico.^" igHioien ^Sne ^s'SpSHi 153 Russell St (Uoaft Borasfe® 05«)t 25® Lit. €©llss?st (Next Swanatott St.). Also at 08 MARKET ST., SYDNEY. Opon till 11.30 p m. (SatarJay , Included.) ■ 9 HIV stxoonJE^jY jStipjnveS a w i .,••■ osirpioAa ^pp.: Si 9 Itf» I "' oSnpiOAS ^tjpsattpsA &j 9 in? o - •" *h°c $ SUflOH gp»^^MaMsiM^aL'. S0SJ SpMSpO|/^ saocp-e.qxg ssojum^' spotpa^ s^o-o^djQ 4 «wnmdQ PaIfPIS"ANs?H Y> f° 3 11| • $.TB©*BrcjSI|C|«$S3[ |^^s©0 ptLSSp^©! ®<££g| JTls© B Upasidl MILK CHOCOLATE s gpfmwsg.TOK'i.viMn - CABLE C? M HER'PLAYER PIANOS 20O-29S BOURKE ST MELBOURNE, & AT' B^LLARAT, BENDS GO, & 1 WHi:P.3£ EEFIN'M), DISCRIMINATING f FOLK DELIGHT, TO DINE. " I Cafe - Francais,:;» MELBOURNES PREMIER C4FE! 2 5 LITTLE COLLINS STREET;: | SjtSm/T , fid alumyt^ im> */£at jumt&rr clqtuL AM ~ - jitd- <£<&& amtrnu^ jtff '■■. ••-*'■'.;•.*.' ;.'...

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Church and Organ [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Church Union deputation to Wesleyan Conference. Presbyterians,' Congrega tionals, Baptists. Why not. Anglicans ? 'l he Dean oi York, Knglaud, has addressed the Methodist Conference. But,, bless you, Melbourne is a grand stronghold of -Tory-./ ism. i ..There was an apothecary who laid awake wliole nights watching over the Brit ish Constitution:.-; Moderator 'ilentdul asks what' tangible advantage the Unionists.ex pec t, -which;they have not already. . They are under; the' law of liberty. . Surely > .it' is, a gross exaggeration to depict the Mel bourne ^denominations as jarring against; each other; , v There : are more jars within the denominations; as for instance with theN Anglican High Church aerainst "Evan g licals. Is there any use in Vymg: to make Archbishop Clarke, Dr. Rentoul, Dr. Fitchett, Dr. JBevan and Dr. Strong as much, alike as so many bricks ?, . You will \ -never do it. Better work, is done for Christ by each developing-Jus own charac 'tens tics. TJnion has not adv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

® 1^;: NINEJPBttCB.;/ " /,;. , Read nil ^vepme.W^ld,. "PUNCH" OFFICE, MEJLBOTJRiNE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Have You Bought a Motor Car ? If not. remember when doing bo that THE BODY makes the car. -We design and build Motor Bodies to ordsr for any make, in any . style, at Most Repsonnblo Rates. Stevenson Bros., Motor Body Works, 4(8 PUNT ROAD, SOOTII YARRA. Tel., Windsor 1811. a PALAIS PES AUTOMOBILES. THE PICK OF THE MOTOR-BASKET." Write for Catalogue. IS AT Apply for Trial Run. Motors Pp Ltd MELBOURNE. FORD 1 MVEK » SUNBEAM it AWSIM DAMUER

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MOTOR NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

MOTOR NOTES SttE ALSO PAG.T0 453. Important to Motorists.—Owing to the great popularity and increased output of Continental Tyres during the past season, the Continental Rubber Co. announce another (Treat nrice re duction, particularly- in regard to oversize . ,tyres. The company claims that Continental "qversizes are the only true oversized tyres on the market, as not only is the casing heavier, but the air space is also bigger than any other tyre sold in Australasia. In order to illus trate the faitih that the company has in the •splendid qualities of oversizes, they undertake that any claims on tyres showing a manufac turing defect will be adjusted by them on the • basis of a minimum of 4000-miles. The com pany assures motorists that by fitting their tyres they not only get the. best value for their money, but will have the security of trad ing; with a company whose reputation for fair dealing is world-wide. Motorists desirous of obtaining a copy of the latest price list may have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

INDIGESTION. CAN IT BE BANISHED. Now, can it ?. Must a -woman go 011 suffering from headaches, biliousness, flatulence, pains after eating, languor, or -any of the other dis tressing symptoms thiat arise from faulty ac tion of the stomach or liver ? Must' inen be made less fit for -work, less a,ble to keep pace tt-ith their competitors, because indigestion is sapping their energies, and cloggyig their minds ? Have men and women to go on en during these things without hope of recovery ? Assuredly not I Most cases of. acute indigestion are the result of neglect or of indifference. People get into a foolish habit of thinking- that they will be better on the morrow, or in a weeK or two, and so the complaint gets hold, and the suf ferer goes from bad to. worse. Pood ought to give up; its life-sustaining ele ments for every nerve and muscle in your body; it ought to replenish the rich, red straam of blood flowing through your . veins, and help you to think, to act, ana to work with the>...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

EE Because the Body-Building ^ Power of Bovril has been |f.-: f[ proved to be from 10 to 20 ||e =; times the amount taken. §= e "There is only one Bovril." eee Sydney Amusement*.,;': Adeipll§ Theatre. Direction GEORGE WILLOUGHBT LTD. Managing Director ... Mr. GEORGE WILLOTJGHBy, SATURDAY NEXT. 21st MARCH. GEORGE WILLOUGHBY'S NEW .DRAMATIC* CO. Presents, for the First Time in Australasia, • ALLAH'S ORCHARD. Prices—4/. 3/. 2/. 1/. Box plan at NIcKolson'f.' Her Majesty'®. \\ Direction J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD* TO-NIGHT and EVERY EV LNING. . TWELFTH WEEK. J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD. invites yon to COME OVER HERE Via the Box Office. Box plan at Paling's. Harry Hick&rda' Tivoli Theatres, Ltd. Governing Director HUGH D. M'INTOSH. Riefcards's Circuit of Theatres implies the Be»t In Vaudeville. NiGHTLY at 8., WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 2.30 p.m. THE TWO BOBS. TUCKER ("That Sinptine Violinist"). LILY EYTON (Chic Comedienne). HEATHER BELLE (Charming Scottish Dancer). Exclusive Motion Picture. HAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

BRAND QTUHRa STUHR'S rnmnt FILLETED ANCHOVIES (in Brine). ANCHOVY PASTE. Solid by all Hish-GIaia Provision Dealers. O. P< QTUHR & ©On Hamburg Indents through European Exporters only. Far INFANTS & INVALIDS. "Admirably adapted tothe wants of Infants." —Sir Chns.. A. Cameron, C.B., M.D. A Mother's Testimony: Mrs. J- KAIN, 6, Rockingham Road, Doncaater, writesDOCTOR ADVISEt) ME TO GIVE MY TWIN BOYS OF SIX WEEKS OLD YOUR NEAVE'S FOOD. I'have reason to be grateful to my Doctor for his advice, because' I have never lost a night's rest ■with'any of. my children, and they have cut their teeth without any trouble. Your Food also does away with all need of medicine and castor olL"—^22nd August, 1912. British .Medical Journal: "Well adapted for the use of children and aged people . .. v . much used by mothers nursing and by invalids." Has for many yearo been used In the Russian Imperial Family. Hsairly 00 Years' Reputation. COLD MEDALS London, 1900 & 1000, al...

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CURRENT NOTES. Mr. Cook and Mr. Fisher Are Unhappy. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

OURREMT MOTES« \ Mr. Cook and Mr. Fisher Are Unhappy.^ There were never two such zealous patriots as the Liberal Leader and the Labour Leader. • Never have two men been so mightily moved by the woes of their country:'; never have • such great hearts so nearly burst with pitying patriotism. In opening the Federal election ; fight, they have filled the country with lamen tations, and overcome their followers with woe. Desolation possesses them, and their tears • .would make many lakes. Mr. Joseph Cook's ; principal trouble is that he is in office with out power. He is drawing about £2400 a year without being a^le to do anything* for it. Truly, an intolerable position, and one that uo man should be asked to keep. "Ayo-ayo-ayo," said Mr. Cook at Arncliffe, weepingiy, "woe to my country and to vou my people ; these Labour rascals won't let me do anything." Mr. Cook isn't going to stand it any longer, and i is going to get a double dissolution or resign. "I decline to hold the rei; ns of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

For Cool Wort! This neatly-finished White Canvas Model is the City's Biggest Value at Light, cool, easy Shoes will this season be mors popular than eves. Come and criticise our new lull range. NotB carefully the Low Prices. You'll own 'ov've never seen equal values anywhere. ASK FOR CATALOGUE—FREE I LEEMING i Shoe Stores, 109 SWANSTON STREET. MELBOURNE. 257-9 BOURKE STREET. MELBOURNE, l-l ERROL ST.. NORTH MELBOURNE 2' D CHAPEL STREET. PRAHRAN. Tel. Cent. 1799. rti« Brightest of all Shoe Shines. QAZER.A Paste. Large tins, 6d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

If You Own a Camera Send Us Your Name— We want t.o place your name on our 1914 mailing list, so that wo m:iy send you all the Catalogues, Booklets, anil other Pamphlets, ot-j., issued throughout the year. They are very valuable to all camera users. • . . .-'.-SEND *JS YOIJR NAME AND ADDRESS NOW, AND WE WILL SEND YOU A FREE COPY OF Harrington's Photographic Journal. : Usually sold at 4d. Per Copy. (Mention this Paper.) 266 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE. BRANCHES In EVERY STATE AND N.Z. Ltd. 1,500,000 Copies sold of the Celebrate Bookstall Series of Fiction. THIS IS A R ECO I IS FOR AUSTRAIIAN PUBLISHING. Remember this Series of Books is of a National Character Written by Australian Authors. Illustrated by Australian Artists. Printed in Australia. PRICE I/-; OR 1/1 POST FREE. JUST PUBLISHED ! The Knight of the Motor Launch By ARTHUR II. adams. Is a young man of amorous propensities, always on the lookout for adventure, and in his ruises around Sydney Harbour he meets more than he bargains fo...

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