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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

THEY STAND AT THE TOP FOR ^^mmssaa 16-32 h..p The Coming Car for Australia. Long Stroke, High Power, Self-Starting. Excels in Power, Speed, Silence & Simplicity Every other car of similar "class and price. HUPMOBILES ARE BUILT- —not assembled. Prices Complete—S5B0 to £450. QUALITY POWER ;/vg LIFE... and RUNNING COST A CARD from you will bring you full particulars per return. ii STRAKEE - SQUI RE, 99 15.20 h.p. (1 model only). Price £650 to £700, according to style. 4-cylinder Engine, Interchangeable Exhaust Valves, Carburetter—"Ware" (1914) Automatic, Bosch H.T. Magneto, Automatic Lubrication. Engine never varies, always right temperature.; Specialising tends to Perfection ... This has been achieved in the "Straker-Squire. 99 The ifi 99 11.9, 13.9, and 15.9 h.p. Price £450 to £595. WW Iff JL ® . TRUE TO ITS NAME.— 4-cylinder Engine, Extra Large*5 Radiator, 5 Detachable Steel Wheels, Wide Track, Strengthened Springs, Extremely Economical, Pressed Steel Frame, Webbed Type. Thi...

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

xiTHE WHISPERING GALLERY. Amongst pleasant anticipations associated with the arrival in May of the new Governor treneral is expected criticism of our Parlia mentary manners. These struck the British (P'arliaiirtffttarlians last year—forcibly. Lord Enimott suggested improvement—others demand ed it. Bottles were then flying about the New South Wales Assembly, :iiul ParrarriatUi Cook was accusing Senators of discussing national politics in the language of pothouses. On his return to London the cold, pnvise chairman cf. the British visitors decided that .good manners should begin at home, and that if the House of Commons would show the way the Austra lian 'Parliaments would follow. Sir Ronald Munro-Ferguson has discussed many Australian matters with Lord Emmobt. He has certainly THE LIMIT OF POWER. (The Board of Health meets recent complaints about bad fish and foul ice-cream with the declaration tliat it has no power.) Board of Health.—"Leave him there. We can't interfere. We Have no p...

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

TF yon want to BORROW WONKY. e-o tn v =■ w Mnnt d« Pl^tp Pn. T.td.. 71 f'nMlTP>icrVi Rtn-o 74. Rvdnfv. or 21K-217 Swnnfton St.. Melhniirn-' ■RHSTAOR RF.NNETT. Ormrnl Mnnnw. THE subtle details which elevate the expert cutter to a plane above the lesser lights are never more pronounced than in the w. & •lilt At Five Guineas. They are obvious in the distinctive style of every garment, in the faultless accuracy of the fit, in the niceness of the finish. It is a careful attention to these finer points that has won for our house its wide reputation amongst the discriminating. New Mercery Fashions. A Choice Arrav of the Latest Ideas in Men's Mercery 4 Hats, Shirts, Neckwear. Underwear. Hose, &c, SEE WINDOWS. OPEN TILL 10 p.m ON FBIBAYS. Woods & For Diotinctiaa Character in Braes, Established 24 Years. 40-42 Elizabeth* Street. (Cor, of Flinders

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Financial. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

The Mutual Life and C itizens Assurance Com pany1 Ltd. continues to expand in a manner which must be gratifying to the 'management and all who have an interest in its doings. The company has now been in existence twenty seven years, and, as is pointed out in its last annual report,- and borne out in its balance sheet, it "continues to be n. most cconomically conducted life office." Tls assets are of the highest class, and its policy liabilities are valued on a most stringent basis. Tne aver age rate of interest earned by the funds of the company was £4/13/ per cent. The funds have reached the large aggregate of £8,670,283 .and assets represent £8,759,447. Of that sum £3.fi(i7,315) or 11.87 per cent., is in Government securities and municipal loans and debentures, whilst an •additional 45.43 per cent. (£6,979,545) is in mortises ; loans on policns standing at £892,599, or 7.91 per cent, of the total. The new business booked by the M.L.C. last roar comprised 11,758 policies assuring £...

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

Company's lit Steamers FOR ■MARSEILLES, PLYMOUTH, AND LONDON. :MEDINA Mar. 24 MONGOLIA ... Apl. 7 1MULWA Apl. 21 MOOLTAN ... May 8 MOREA ... ... Mav 19 MALOJA June 2 ' , PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON : (Single ... ... £41/18/ to £82/10/ > Return ... ... ... £69/©/ to £123/4/ Further partloulare obtainable at the Company'* ofiee, MELBOURNE: M7 COLLINS STREET. F or J ewellery No matter \?hat your re quirements may be-, in the •matter of . Jewellery you will ■ find Oatanach's an ideal place to fill them. Ail Jewel-, lery is manufactured . on the " .premises,, prices are strictly " bedrock, and your, satisfac ' tion is absolutely guaran • teed. Call and see. OPEN TILL 10 FRIDAYS. , Cor. Royal Arcade & Lit. Collins-si., Melb. _ way Colli.rwr zzzil; jo YOU are invited to inspect our Autumn and Winter display of choice materials in original and exclusive designs. All Costumes and Gowns designed and fitted by Mr. SHave, Mens. Piazza, or Madame Alexia. Appoints., Phone 2077 rvrrrrpzzrr ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LADIES LETTER HOLMBY HOUSE, TOORAK Dear Peg,— [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

HOLMBY HOUSE, TOORAK Dear Peg,— .Every globetrotter knows the tax Of "just a little parcel" she is expected to bring out in her already congested trunks fur innumerable friends who have commissioned her tc shop for .them in London. But it is hoc'the ordinary lot to be entrusted with precious faanily jewels to be presented to a bride li'om the bride groom's family on the occasion of her mar rrage. This responsibility wa.i undertaken by a friend of one of our most recent brides, and the charge .of them did not keep, her awake at night or affect her digestion in the least. She simply handed the costly parcel over to the purser, who safely locked it up in a strong-room, then turned her attention to bridge. The bride groom met her at the boat, the jewels were duly received from the purser and handed to the In-i'degroom, and all was safely accomplish ed. They are worth thousands of pounds, and rarely lovely, and now have gutie off for an other sea trip, this time in possession of . their ...

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

Ai7» PLUMES Worn by thousands of Fashionable Women. As Illustration, 22 in. Extra wide plumage. POST FREE ANYWHERE.- — Black, White, Tango, Grey or Saxe Blue. THESE FEATHERS WOULD BE CHEAP AT DOUBLE THE PRICE. MILLER'S FEATHER §1«P Corner SOUfflE and SWANSTON SHEETS, Melbourne. 207 CH\PEL ST., PRAHRAN. 188 SMITH ST., C0LL1NGW00D. 118 BUNDLE ST., ADELAIDE. 195 PITT ST., SYDNEY. Improve Your Complexion using BEETHAM'S It is the most Perfect Preservative, for the Skin and Complexion. . A regular applica tion will keep the skin as Soft aiid Smooth as Velvet Quicklyremoves all Roughness, Redness, Tan, etc., and is Delightfully Sboth ing and Refreshing to the Skin in Hot Climates. Boltles H-, 216, of all Chemitts and Stores. M. Beetham & Son, Cheltenham, England. It Is easy to make and re* quires no cooking, and its re sults are marvellous. As a liquid Health Food and Drink in one, it is un rivalled. Thousands of Australians are taking it, and find it fcives them health and vigour...

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

Dryness, and1 harshness. oX the skin-are due to lack of natural oil in it. Frequently this is brought aibout by the use of soaps containing too much alkali, which, by its corrosive ac tion—-as hard water by its contents of chalk and .magnesia1—deprives the skin of "its lubri cant.- • Exposure to frosts, cold, sharp winds, and excessive heat brings about the same re sults; as does also indiscriminate use of alco^ holic washes and lotions. To increase and re store the fat contents of the skin the follow ing home treatment is essential : Valaze Skin Food for night use, and Novena Cerate during the day. Valaze Skin Tonic for bathing the face in the morning, and Novena Sunproof and Windproof Creme, as a protective agent, should be thoroughly rubbed into the skin, and some Novena Poudre dusted on before leaving the house. Washing the face with soap and water had best be stopped until the condition of dry ness has been improve!. The cleansing pro perties of Novena Cerate and of the v ala'/...

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LADY DENMAN AT THE GIRLS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

LADY DEN MAN AT THE GIRLS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY. Her Excellency, accompanied by the Hon. Alicia Hugessen and attended by .Lord Richard Nevill, performed the opening ceremony at the new headquarters premises of the Girls' Friend ly Society, Spring-street, on Thursday after noon, March 12th. Lady Demnan, upon ar rival," was presented by Miss Clarke with a bouquet of La France roses. The platform in the hall, where the ceremony was held, was occupied by her Excellency Lady Deinnan, the Hon. Alicia Hugessen, Lord Richard Nevill, his Grace Archbishop Lowther Clarke, Mrs. Lowther Clarke, Dean Stephen, Dr. Bage, and Mrs. Goldsmith at the piano. Proceedings were opened with the singing- of the Doxology. His Grace the Archbishop then read out letters of apology from Sir John and Lady Madden, the Lord Mayor and Mrs. D. V. Hennessy, Lady Cresswell, and several others; also messages of congratulation from other branches in Victoria. He intimated that they had received two' sub stantial offers from ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREENROOM GOSSIP ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

QREENROOM GOSSIP. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Reminiscence. —Sorry have no information about ■ than. We have' only limited' means "of 'tracing such people in London. "B.S.S.'* (St. Kilda).—<1. Our date book;,fjives it Feb. 18, 189o. 2. Don't know. "h.A." (Hawksburn).—1. About forty-lour.' 'wb"be lieve. 2. No, not until 1903. Miss Alice Wyatt, the well-known member of the Australian duo, Hammond and Wyatt, was appearing ah Bradford when. the. last mail, left. The distinguished young lady was 'playing the part of principal boy in the panto of "Robin son Crusoe," and the papers were saying com plimentary things about her. The Bradford "Daily Telegraph" alleged "that in .presence, in voice, an-1 in manner she very, admirably fulfils the requirements-of.-, principal-boy." The Leeds "Mercury": also remarked : "It would be diffi cult to imagine a finer principal boy, graceful in presence, and possessing a sweet, but power ful voice and a true ., dramatic instinct which carries co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISASTROUS RAILWAY COLLISION AT EXETER STATION, NEW SOUTH WALES. TEMORA MAIL TRAIN RUNS INTO GOODS TRAIN. FOURTEEN PASSENGERS KILLED. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

DISASTROUS RAILWAY COLLISION AT EXETER STATION, NEW SOUTH WALES. TEMORA MAIL TRAIN RUNS INTO GOODS TRAIN. FOURTEEN PASSENGERS KILLED. VIEW OF THE TELESCOPED CARRIAGES. THE RAILWAY COLLISION-THE REMAINS OF THE CARRIAGES, DRAWN APART AFTER THE DISASTER. VJCTCBLAN RAILWAYS' PICNIC. • The Victorian Railways Mutual Benefit So " ciety will hold their picnic at Ballamt on Sat urday next, 21st March. Special cheap fares are charged. Day ret'tni tickets—aduiti, 5/; children under fourteen, 2/G. Week-end return tickets—adults, 7/ ; children, H/ij. Children under three travel free. A large number ot special trains will be -provided, starting- from Spencer-street in the early hours of Saturday morning. The committee has made arrange ments - for a large number of police (uniform and plain clothes) to travel by '-ill special trains, to prevent any rowdy-ism, and ensure the comfort of patrons. Tho programme of sports to be held on the City Oval includes bicycle races and foot racing. Tickets may b...

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

THE SCENE AFTER THE COLLISION. THE SPLINTERED CARRIAGES. THE RELIEF GANG AT WORK. MEMBERS OF THE ANNUA Li -CONFBRE OF THE I.O.O.F. Held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Melbourne, from the 10th to 13th March. J> , V What sort of rubbish is all this talk Mrs. Pankhurst being hounded to deatb. / fact is Mrs. Pankhurst is being treated! ivijjLh, extraordinary forbearance. She flouts th^M^i with the deliberate intention of provoking Var--' rest, and then her followers fire oft* revolver^ commit cowardly assaults upon the police, and demonstrate like demented creatures, because the Government is making a martyr of the poor lady, who, if ignored, woul.l speedily lose what eminence she has gained. Mrs. Pankhurst lives on persecution, and provokes it at every oppor tunity. She uses it as a medium to gain her ends ; -'but, while cold-bloodedly scheming for it, permits her followers to idolise _her as a martyr because she endures it. Here we have an instance of women bidding for equality with man,...

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Melbourne Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Melbourne Shows. -Iler:Majesty's. "The Forty Thieves." —Theatre Royal. "Joseph and . His Brethren-". .--Princess's Theatre. "Sweet County Kerry." —The King's. "On Our Selection." /-—Tivoli Theatre. Tivoli Vaudeville Company. —1The Bijou. Fuller-Brennan Vaudeville . —Melba Theatre.. Continuous Photo Plays. .. ... —Britannia Theatre. Continuous Photo Plays. —Royal Picture Theatre, Windsor. Photo-plays H-St. Kllda Beach. The English Pierrots. Follies' The&tre. St. Kllda. "The Daffodils." :r-"Tho Dandies." Esplanade. St. Kllda. '-Luna Park. Esplanade, St. Kllda.

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CHARACTERS IN "COME OVER HERE," THE J. C. WILLIAMSON REVUE, To be Staged at Her Majesty's Theatre on Saturday, 28th March. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

MISS INEZ STACK as THE DIVER MR. FRED LESLIE as THE SPIDER. ttflSS VIOLET HOOPER as THE DRUM MAJOR. MISS WINNIE VOLT as ETHEL. tfiss OLIVE GODWIN as MRS. ALLMONEY. MISS DAISY JEROME ai» CHANTEUSE. MISS IVY' SCHILLING as THE MOTH. MR. JACK CANNOT as ARCHIBALD HASBEEN. MR. CHARLIE STONE as A TANGOlST. CHARACTERS IN "COME OVER HERE," THE J. C. WILLIAMSON REVUE, To be Staged at Her Majesty's Theatre on Saturday, 28th March. The evergreen and divine Sarah Bernhardt, who is once again, as always, well in the public limelight, is now giving figures ami dates to show that she can no longer i.onceal the fact that whom "the gods" Jove must sometimes grow oM. Her dates, and figures prove that she is sixty-eiglit. A pressman with n. pestilential and ungallant memory draws attention to the fact that when she was in London f«ur years ago she admitted to seventy. "At this rate," he remarks, "she'll soon be forty again, and rtartb us all by tangoing as Tos'f'a." THE MUFF GIRLS.

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Sydney Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Sydney Shows. —Her Majesty's Theatre. "Come Over Hero." Tivnli Theaxre. Rlckards's Tivoli Company. ■:—.Adelphi. "Allah's Orchard." ^-Criterion. "Never Say'Pie.". rrPalace Theatre. "The Land of Nod." . ^-Theatre Royal. "A.Rcyul Divorce."

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

ST. -PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION IN MELBOURNE. THE PROCESSION PASSING •N BOURKE '■t. MM 11 ■t^rriiTir^'*^ Uiiihi'■! r. '"yiiii'nhWmi ^ t-rn'tf i jaiAJws OATUilAGE CONTAINING ARCHBISHOP CARR, DR. MANNIX AND DEAN M'GA.HTflY, V-.G. THE PROCESSION AT THE CORNER OF SWANSTON AND BO CHUCK STREETS. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' SCHOLARS ON THE MARCH. "THE FATHER M'CARTHY TABLEAU," BY ST. PI; iNCIS'S OlilLI'REN. MELBOURNE. Members of the Methodist Conference attacked our defence system. They "have been informed" of some tr ubles going on at Lan^warrm camp —wicked stories round the camp fires and an officer giving a mock representation of a clergy man, possibly a little 01 the Rev. Spalding from '''The Private Secretary." Said an afright ed pastor : "It has been stated that at next Liverpool camp in Ntew South Wales men are ■ to [be allowed- to go into Liverpool, and for anyone who cannot walk back there will be a sergeant and eight men to carry.him." This is all very terrible, if true ; but people Pay ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

WRITE FOR LATEST "PRICE LIST COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE :4v. f-:- ' lit.:, f i .if f: ■i! O Earn

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REVIEW AT ROYAL PARK ON SATURDAY 14th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

ON SATURDAY. 14th MARCH. I a '* "'M M&N i<1* 4 « THE SALUTING BASE. ^ ^ MAX PIllANI, Who will be tendered a complimentary concert in the Auditorium on -Saturday night next. Photo. by May and Mina Moore. SIR TAN HAMILTON VIEWING THE MARCH PAST. TVTR. 1-t « t , nrro /STTPKR.TWP'RymEWT^ AND COL. IAN HAMILTON AT THE METROPOLITAN FIRE BRIGADE! STATION, EASTERN HIJ-ili. spectators. MEMBERS OF THE CONFERENCE OF FREE GARDENERS' LODGES. HELD IN THE FREE GARDENERS' HALL, WELLINGTON STREET. COLLINOWCOD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Nothing Nicer than a. 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 ytu. 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, £H/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 for Birthdays, 8lc. When goods a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

More Miles and A Greater Comfort ROTH result from the better quality of Gaulois Materials and the Perfection of Gaulois Tyre-making Methods—which give a Wear-Resistance and Resiliency found in Gaulois and Gaulois Only. a Gaulois Tyres in the Making." THIS is the title oflan attractive booklet just published, in which the history'of! the tyre isjtraced from Latex (theK juice of the rubber tree) to the finish ed product. It makes in teresting .. . reading. Copies are Post Free— may we send you one? Gaulois (BERGOUGNAN) Are more resilient than you'd believe solid SJ£ tyres could be, and are guaranteed to give r 10,000 miles of splendid service. Gaulois : Tyre Go. MELBOURNE—*® 1-403 P©st ©ffice Place. SYDNEY—i^ifoerdleera fKioisse, 204 ©laremce Street. ADELi^OE—Pfli©eiB5jrll©t©r ©®D?13134 Pari© Street.^ L&Uf&©EST$)lI— fHHarrasora i$r©s« (D©0? 2© Patterson Street.

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