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SPORTING Turf Flotsam and Jetsam. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Turf Flotsam a&d Jetsam. By "Omega." Two Victorian houses in liathl-ia and Alecon ner are amongst the A.J.C. Doncaster Handi cap candidates whose chances a'"c highly re garded. Rathlea is handicapped at 8.5, and Aleconner has 71b. more. Both are very bril liant over the . Doncaster distance, one mile. Kathlea's recent victory in the V.R.C. Face well Handicap under 8.0, in the record lime of 1.38J- for eight furlongs at FJemingfcon, is fresh in the memory, while Aleconner beat a field of thirty-six in the last A.J.C. Epsom Hanuicap, carrying 7.11. He subsequently won the Vi.A.T.C. Armadale Handicap, and -was third with 8.7 up in the last Newmarket Han dicap. . R-athlea is now; owned by Mr. Norman Falkiner, who bought Jiiiu last week for, it >is stated, £1200, and a contingency of a few hundreds if the horse wins vlie Doncaster. For years no Victorian lu>rse but Wakeful was eqyal to winning the A.J.C. Doncaster ; but in the last few seasons Melbourne-trained horses in Br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

,MISS AGNES MURPHY Late Organising Secretary of the . Quinlan Opera Coy. and the BIOGRAPHER OF MADAME MELBA Writes her opinion of n ; — :—-o CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I have sincere -pleasure in informing you that ■ I have found Clements Tonic an ex cellent arid most agreeable restorative after exhaustion due to overwork, and that as a brain and body-builder I can highly commend it." . Faithfully yours, AGNES MURPHY. Members of any . of tho large theatrical companies whose duties are of a strenu ous character, whose long and exacting roles compel heavy and continuous tax ation of the brain and nerves, should strengthen their systems and fortify their health by the use of Clements l'onie. Testimonies to this great nerve medicine have been received from many theatrical favourites, well known in Eng land and Australia, and each of these speaks in highest praise of this excellent tonic nerve mcdicine. Theatrical artists new to the climate will find this remedy invaluable. For the relief of ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Reduce Fatness. yormo.Lr.es are sold by all chem ists and drapers at 5/3 per Car ton. Agents—Foy and Gibson, Collingwood ; Maclellan and Co.. The Big Store, I'rahran; Bowen & Co., Sw'anston-street, or from the Agent for the Commonwealth, S H. I-lenshall. Chemist, 240 Claren don-street, South Melbourne. ("Music—A Mighty Wizard come to bless.") VICTORIAN TtRl© PARTY (INSTRUMENTAL). Under the Direction of MISS HUME BLACK, Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music, London. Engagements accepted for Social Functions, Gar dun Parties, Wedding Receptions, etc. A Varied Programme, including Vocal and Other Items, can be arranged when desired. Address : MISS HUME BLACK, L.R.A.M., 165 Collins St.. Melbourne. Tel. 423.0 Central. EALI Phosphatide Food A PERFECT food for INFANTS 6. Invalids Sample free for Z" to cover posted from JouberhiJouberf 552 Flinders 5tMtlboufD» The Misses Montgomery, TEACHERS OP MODERN BALLROOM DANCING. SPECIALISING AMERICAN RAGTIME, TANGO and BOSTON. "WORANGA," E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Tel. 6760, Coated. A. L. CRSCHTON, Caterer, Masonic Hall, Collins St., Melbourne. Faotory—KBNSINGTON. Hlgh-«laas Catorlnp RcQuioites on Hlro. Hicks, Atkinson ft'Sons Pty. Ltd. THE COLLINS STREET HOUSE. Girls Us&diersKirts at Spleiadid Values. Lengths. Prices. 25 inch 6/11 27 „ 7/6 30 „ 7/11 32 „ 8/6 34 „ 8/6 8/6 to 10/6 The material is Navy or Saxe Blue Poplin, with pleated frill oi the same, and very neatly finished. HICKS, ATKINSON i SONS Pig. Itfl. 350 COLLINS STREET. FACIAL EXERCISES RESTORE YOUTHFUL EXPRESSION & BEAUTY. Unexercised Muscles. Exercised Muscles. When the skin and muscles of the face lose their youthful elasticity, the face sags all out of shape, deep lines form from nose to mouth, about the eyes (crows' feet), and' mouth; double chin appears, tis sues become flabby. The skin of face and neck looks yellow, and withers, forming deep lines. My system of facial exercises removes and prevents these dis figuring marks of age In any face. No massage, vibr...

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MR. K. E. PROUT WEBB TO MISS C. BRANDON. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

MR. K. E. PROIIT WEBB TO MISS C. BRANDON. The marriage of Mr. Keith Edmond Prout Webb, only son of Mr. Thomas Prout Webb, of "Bolac," Quecn's-road, Melbourne, and Miss_ Cortttance Bran don, youngest, daughter of Mr. John Bran don, of "Heidelberg," Lanscll-road, Toorak, was celebrated in the Chapel of the Church of England Grammar School by the Rev. J. II. Allen on 17-th March at 3 p.m. The bride, who was given away by her father, was gowned in white satin, with overdress of tulle and bodice of lace. Her veil was kindly lent by the bridegroom's aunt, Mrs. Nicholson, and a sheaf of belladonna lilies tied with silver tissue bow was carried. The bride was attended by Miss Kathleen Adamson and Miss Ruby Prout Webb (sister of bridegroom). Miss Clare Hammond (daughter of Mrs. Stanley Hammond), and Miss .Peggy King (granddaughter of Mrs. Nicol son). The bridesmaids' dresses were of pink satin, with tulle overdressed and pearl trimmings, finished with wide pink satin sashes. They wore black ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Directions: Make a parting and rub gently with Cuticura Ointment. Continue until whole scalp has been gone over. The next morning sham poo-with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Shampoos alone may be used as often as agreeable, but once -: or twice a month is generally suffi ■ cient for this special treatment. Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold throughout / the world. A liberal sample of each, with 32-page - booklet on the care" and treatment of the skin and scalp, sent post-free. Address JR. Towns <fc Co., r. Sydney. N. S. W. When you compare' Corsets with corsets of other make, consider these 3 important corset points:— THE FASHION ASPECT is of the greatest (with their staff importance, and of designers in closest touch with, the centres from which the world's fashions emanate) produce models which invariably conform to fashion's latest edicts. They are "fashion perfect" THE CONSIDERATION OF COMFORT; as the result of many years of careful scien are able to produce tific stu...

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THAT BABY BONUS [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

THAT BABY BONUS "Pi.*? said that the applications for the £5 hahv honus are coming fast, and that It will fost the Federal Government a fine sum for the first year alone. What about those homes where King Baby would be welcomed—font he never comes. That's the other side of the picture. Those so circumstanced should write to Dept. 92, Ladies' College of Health, Alexandra Cham bers, 4fi Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. If 2d. is enclosed with the letter a book dealing with this matter will be sent post free by return post. Already thousands of homes have been Krtghtened and parents matte happy the know, ledge the book contains

Publication Title: Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

JSaisdc Cofo&te SUMMER HEAT is delightfully tempered by a liberal use of " 4711 Sprayed throughout the room it purifies the air and sprayed upon the face and hands evaporation imparts a delicious sense of ease and coolness. "4711" is made from the ancient and origi nal recipe. Its basis is "Neroli," the soul of the orange blossom., and no perfume has won such world-wide popularity. Obtainable at all Chemists, Druggists, and Perfumers in every country, and "4711" is the sign. Sole Agents for Australasia: JULIUS BLAU & SON, LTD., Sydney, Melbourne, and Auckland, N.Z. V ^ v Ay yo May bo visited by PIMPLES or BLOTCHES, or you may notice that a scratch or ciu or other skin blemish takes unduly lone to heal and disappear. Then "Your Bleed is out of order," AND YO0 NEED A DOSE OP the reliable BLOOD PURIFIER and FAMILY MEDICINE. Sold In packets at 3d.. 6d.. anil 1/. Cheap enough, sorely I Institut de Bearite de Paris. THE MOST UP-TO-DATE IN AUSTRALIA. THE HOUSE FOR HAIR DYEI...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

WEDDINGS MR: L. RE ILLY TO MISS A. RUTHERFORD. The marriage of Mr. Langtree Reilly, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Reilly. and Miss A. Ruth erford, youngest daughter of Mrs. A. Ruther ford, of East Melbourne,- was celebrated at the 1-Iawthorn Presbyterian Church at 2.30 on March 11th, The llev.^JMr. Maconochie offici ated. The church was decorated with' palms and . pot plants, and beautiful music was played by Mr. W. Himtpr, who was at the organ, and a solo, "Love's Coronation," sung by Miss R. Burn is ton. Mr. H. V. Bowling gave the bride away, and she wore a . trained gown of soft white Oriental satin. The bodice was of fine lace, also the tunic, which was short in front and fell lihe length of the train at the back. The waist line was finished with a small posy of orange blossom, and the plain tulle veil arranged over a wreath of green leaves. The bouquet carried was of white roses, and she wore the bridegroom's gift of diamond and pearl earrings. The bride was followed by Miss N. Rut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Pauline el -Oef THE cflntrewav COLLINS ST. Are now holding their ' FIRST SHOW of W inter Models second floor, centreway. Tel. '5.46'j,

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WOOL GRAIN AND PRODUCE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

WOOL GRAIN AMU PRODUCE. TUESDAY. At the London wool sales last week values con tinued to favour sellers, with the exception of those for medium crossbreds, which declined to the ex tent of o per cent, on the rates obtained at the opening of die series. The demand has been iren eral, Yorkshire buyers perhaps being most insistent, while a (."ratifying increase in the number of Am erican representatives has taken place. It must be remembered that the United States is the larcest consumer of wool in the world, and if another year of good harvests is experienced in that coun try, the buying power of the population will ex pand substantially. Business ir Bradford is re stricted by the recent rise in values, and while morinoes are firm, medium crossbred tops have eased id. to id. per lb. Priceb are practically on a- level with those ruling twelve months ago, the advance since the closing sales of last year being up to 3d. per lb. in some counts. The demand for Australian wheat cargoes has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

WINDMILLS , Alston's New Gearless Is the SIMPLEST WINDMILL MOTION ever invented Ball Bearings Throughout All Moving Parts enclosed in Dast proof Case, and Bun in Oil Over 30,000 "ALSTON" Mills in use NO ATTENTION REQUIRED Expert advice & Catalogues Free on application James Alston Windmill and Trough Manufacturer Queen's Bridge, MELBOURNE ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

All Australians visiting London should read th« BRITISH AUSTRALASIAN." fid. weekly-an illus 'rated paper containing; mail and cable newb (row Australia, and news of Australians in Europe and «t hornn. Australians aro cordially invited to visit thr BRITISH AUSTRALASIAN" reading-room at the offices. 115 High Holborn, London. W.C., whera they can ace the home papers, meet their fri«iid». use the trlpphoue. and obtain information withom MAIR E PTY LTD., YME ECONOMIC 'AND ARTISTIC HOUSE FURNISHERS. Complete Schemes Submitted for Furnishing. THE MOST UP-TO-DATE STOCK OF CARPETS, FABRICS and FURNITURE. EASY CHAIRS from 32/6 Each. Note Address : 274 Little Collins Street, ftftelb , FEW DOORS PROM SWANSTON STREET. a Opp. COLE S WALK. Kcillo^On CLade Whisky If you canenjoy a glass of Whisky, why not drink a well known standard brand that has been solcF for years right k throughout the world. SEE THE WHITE LABEL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

493-503 ELIZABETH ST. 9 MELBOURNE, F or tlh© BEST CARS THE MORS, 12/15 h.p. c: MORS s.c. BAYONET of Gas Engine Fame. THE BRITISH HILL-CLIMBER. New Shipments of the Shelsley Model. The NOISELESS FRENCH CAR with the Coolest Running Engine and Gears. The ITALIAN s SELF-STARTER and SELF-INFLATER. The NEAT AND NATTY FRENCH CAR—The Most Economical to run. FITTED WITH THE NEW MECHANI CAL SELF-STARTER The SPEEDY BELGIAN CAR for rough pea roads, with special high clearance and long wheelbase.

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LIVE STOCK MAEKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

LIVE STOCK MAEKETS. Fat Sheep.—Prime crossbred wethers from 20/ to 23/, extra 23/6 to 24/, a few to 20/. cooil 17/0 to 19/. second and inferior from 14/ to 16/, prime crossbred ewes from 17/0 to 19/, extra 20/ to 22/0, a few to 27/, pood 14/0 to 16/6, inferior and old from 8/0 upwards, prune merino wethers 18/ to 20/, extra 21/ to 23/4, good lo/0 to 17/. second 12/ to 14/6. inferior from 10/0, with merino cwi's from 6/ to 15/, a few to 17/0. Fat Lambs.—Prime lambs from 14/ to 15/9, extra 16/ to 17/9. a few to 21/', Rood sold from 12/0 to 13/9, second sold from 10/(5 to 12/, in ferior and small from 9/. Mis.i Mny' "Butler-George, who left for Eng land about eighteen months ago, is doing some good work. She is at. present busy on a miniature of Captain Collins (Acting High Commissioner), which will have a place in this year's Koyal Academy. Miss Butler-George is sharing a flat with iliss Alice Crawford in Piccadilly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Inspect Latest Model 22140 h.p. Sport Type. POWERFUL! FAST S SUPERB! me IENZ MOTOR AGENCY, 103-105 ExMMUM SI Better QuaKties|and Better Prices £for 1914. DUILT in the;'New Arrol-Johnston £100,000 works— indisputably Great Britain's Finest Car Factory — the New 1914 Arrol-Johnston Models offer the Car Buyer who seeks Quality at Low Prices Better Value than has ever before been seen in the motoring world. 11.9 h.p. ARROL-JOHNSTON 4-seated car, fitted with 4-oyl. Engine, Detachable Wheels, 760 x 90 mfn. Grooved Dunlop Covers, Spare, Cape Cart Hood, Folding Screen, 2 Acetylenc. Headlights, Oil Lamps, Horn, etc. 15.9 h.p. ARROL-JOHNSTON 4-seatcd Car, fitted with 4-cyl. Engine, Steel De tachable Wheels, SI5 x 105 mm.. Grooved Dunlop Covers, Spares, Cape Cart Hood, Folding Screen, Electric Engine Starter, Electric Headlights, Oil Lamps, Horn, etc. Corner of . INSPECT NEW MODELS AT OUR NEW CITY ADDRESS, Elizabeth and Little Lonsdale Streets. Head Depot: ESSENDON MOTOR GARAGE, 535 MT. ALEXAN...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Oil Saturday. 7th March, the Victorian Motor Cycling Club held its annual 25-milo road race, starting from Campbellfield over a 12?;-inile coursc. there and back. Twenty riders competed, and about 150 to 200 motorists journeyed by road to witness the event, which is one of the principal motor cycle competitions of the year. J. Booth, cn his 3j h.p. Rudge-Multi motor, was the first man to arrive at the winning post, closely fol lowed by P. Hall on his twin-cylinder J.A.P. Both of these men were exceeding: 65 miles an hour at the winning post, whilst J. Gunn on his Sunbeam was going well for third place, but, unfortunately, his lubricating gear went out of action, thus al lowing K. Walicer to secure third position. P. Hall on his J.A.P. motor broke the previous Australian record by Imin. 45sec., averaging nearly a mile a minute over very rough and dusty roads. The per formance speaks well for the speed and reliability of the present-day high-class motor cycle. J. Booth was scratch man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

■H Always fill up with fttMnrvwam m II PSI "b PI It Is unaffected by any climatio changes. OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. The SAME everywhere. Victorians College ojf fiyg£iei&@ smsi Piny steal TrsdiMitg* Principals : Messrs. 0. J. Aibers, James Williamson, W, T. Stewart, and Mrs. Daithne Ball. ^•LASSES are now being formedift the following subjects, and, glkitie they are strictly limited in nuiiib<&t% intending pupils are advised to ettfdl without; delay Physical Culture. Glasses for Ladies and Gentlemen will fee held every evening at the College PreniiBiSBt Collins Street. Instructors : Mrs. Daphtib Ball and Mr. W. T. Stewart. Terms aiid paticulars on application. Dancing and Deportment. Classes are being held at Moonee Pbtldfl on Tuesday Evenings, at Camberwell on Thursday Eyenings, and at Collins Street t>h. Wednesday 'and Friday Evenings. Instruc tors : Mrs. Daphne Bail and Mr. Jas. Wll liamson. Medical Gymnastics A SPECIALITY. Zercho's 157 COLLINS ST.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

IX'B. G. WOOD Ladies' Tailor and Habit Maker, 1 : THE WEBB BUILDING. I 234 COLLINS ST. ! . ; (Opp. "Age" Office).' j "New Autumn and Winter Goods ' i Showing and Arriving each mail. | FROCKS AND BLOUSES TO ORDER. i Tel. Cent. 4311. First Floor.: Tafce Elevator. .r CO WES. i Isle7 of . Wigfefc. Motel. : ' . FACING .TOE; PIER," • '"V ' : . Extensive Tree-shaded GroundSv .• i ■" Lovely Beaches, lor "Walks anfl- Bathing.' Billiard Room.. Good' Table. . Terms .Moderate. E. H. THORNBERG, . Proprietor. TALMA■■4 ■ : Photographers, 119 :;SWAN8TOH ST..; MELBdUENB. CHARMING PORTRAITS,. FROM 10/ A DOKBN. OROTJPS. CHILDREN ANli LADIES IN BVBKING : DRESS A SPBOIAI/PY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

•d b & • /Le -soLubic -deHcums Gym-pouiiaoro pxoveo P® ^iifjr.

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