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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

STOTTS BUSINESS COLLEGE, New Premises 96-100 RUSSELL STREET, (One Door from Collins-st.1. The Future of Your Son or Daughter. TO those who have a son or daughter arrived at the age when schooling must cease and more useful work be begun, the question of "What next?" is often full of perplexity. For school education, however good, is merely general education. It has no specific value, and it [is diffi cult to find good employment for a boy or girl who has it alone to recommend them. Their Meed is Special Training Let us suggest as a solution a year's course at Stott's Business College. Here the good general edu= cation already received wili be supplemented by ^special business training, and your boy or girl quickly gains a full and thorough knowledge of business ways and methods, becomes skilled in business subjects, and at the course's end is well equipped to secure a good position. ■■ ■', A FSffOTSf to i let wmm Price sr-per box.posted m. 5 A SUFEKS U@UBD eos^oic Price 10% Posted 1...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] KING'S THEATRE— [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

By "Peter ©ninae." KING'S THEATRE— Good wine needs po bush, so that very lit tle flourish of trumpets in the way ol prelim inary advertising was repaired to fill the King's Theatre in all parts on Saturday night, the oc casion being a revival of "On Our Selection." The dramatisation of Steele Uudd's clever bush sketches make a delightfully entertaining even ing's amusement. All the characters—or nearly all of them—are essentially Australian in type, and if they incline to 1he lighter and more humorous side, the exaggeration is pardonable, as it makes for hilarious enjoyment. The dra matists have done well,, for they h^ive thread ed the various types of character upon a ro mantic • plot sufficiently strong to hold them to gether securely, and to secure the interest of the audience in what otherwise would be re garded as an Australian sketch album of loose leaves, each admirable enough to please and evoke admiration, but having little connection with each other. The dramatists have bo...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HARDWARE ASSOCIATION ANNUAL PICNIC. HELD AT QUEENSLAND ON SATURDAY, 7th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

HARDWARE ASSOCIATION ANNUAL PICNIC. HELD AT QUEENSCL1FF ON SATURDAY. 7th MARCH. GROUP OF THE PICNIC COMMITTEE. AT THE HOT WATER RENDEZVOUS. AT THE FINISHING ROPE. WATCHING THE TANGO DANCE. STARTERS IN THE YOUNG. LADIES' RACE. A MTCRRY FAMILY PARTY. What sympathy can any reasonable person ha?e for the female vandal who seeks to ruin an invaluable work of art owned by the people, in order to relieve her emotions as an anguish ed suflragette ? The Velasquez Venus and Cupid is a /monument of art, it is unique, it can never be repeated, and is erne or the finest spe eimens of the work of a painter whom many art lovers adore as the finest muster that ever lived, and the shrill Miss Richardson, squealing for notoriety, excuses hc.rsolf with hysterical rubbish about destroying the most beautiful figure in mythology as protest against the Government's destruction of Mr:;. Pankhur t. That the Government has not destroj'ed Mrs. Pankhurst is nothing, and Miss Richardson's mock heroics about the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

J, C. WILLIAMSON Ltd MELBOURNE ATTRACTIONS. Her Mai©sty's Theatre. LAST SEVEN NIGHTS. J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD.'S STUPENDOUS PANTOMIME EXTRAVAGANZA, liased upon the Attractive Story o! THE FORTY THIEVES. TWO ACTS, WITn SIXTEEN SCENES, SATURDAY, 28th MARCH. COME OVER HERE. Plan at Allan's. Treats0© Royal. LAST FOUR NIGHTS. AN UNMISTAKABLE TRIUMPH Achieved by LOUIS N. PARKER'S GREAT PAGEANT PLAY. Joseph and His Brethren, With a Notable Cast, including prominent artista from the principal London theatres. SATURDAY, 28th MARCH. 11 MADAME X." Box plan at Allan's. D.C. and R.S., f./. Princess's Theatre. TO-NIGHT, at 8. ALLEN DOONE, Amoricii's and Australia's Foremost Irish Sineiiig Comedian and Romantic Actor. And the Beautiful and Accomplished American kctrebB. MISS EDNA KEELEY. And his Company of 40 Artists, In a Revival of His First Australian Success. Sweet County Kerry* Prices—5/, 3/, 2/, and 1/. The Hiragg's Theatre. Sole .Lesson WILLIAM ANDERSON. Si'b-LesKi-es—The. Directors ol the HER...

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

PROFESSOR DAVID STARR JORDAN, M.Sr.. M.D.. Ph.D.. LL.D., Chancellor of Leland Staniord University. California. Who will lecture on "War and Womanhood" in the Independent Hall, Collins-street, on Friday, 20th Mareh. under the auspices of the Women's National Council. A dinner given by the officers of the Yarra Borderers to General Sir Ian Hamilton at the Savoy on Friday night was largely attended, and was a most brilliant function. In. . addi tion to the guest of the evening there were present the Governor, Sir Arthur Stanley, the Lieutenant-Governor, Sir John Madden, who is the honorary colonel of the regiment, Admiral GENERAL SIR IAN HAMILTON INSPECTING THE CAM? , . — 'U.i i.iii.i ■ I . : : SIR IAN HAMILTON RECEIVING ADDRESS OP WELCOME AT LILYDALE BY SHIRE COUNCIL. Sir William Creswcll, Mr. Justice Hodges, ana General Ellison, all of whom responded to toasts proposed by Col. Crouch, Capt. Coin mins, and Lieut. .7. West, the last of whom is the battalion's latest joined subaltern, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

A Feast of Beauty. A RARE COLLECTION OF UNUSUALLY MElUTOklOUS HHAUTY RECIPES AND OEVEUAL BEAUTY HINTS. Renewing Complexions with Oxygen. "Handy Recipes. Everyone knows that oxygen comsir.nes waste matter in the body. A poor complexion is merely the accumulation of half-deadened or waste matter, upon the surface of the skin. It sticks on stubbornly, showing in the form of sallowness, moth patches and a generally life less appearance. Oxygen may be used with ad vantage in removing this disfiguration. AtiV chemist should be able to supplv mercolised wax. This contains oxygen in a form that is released when it conies in contact with the skin. Naturally, the oxygen attacks the deadened matter, but does not affect the healthy skin at all. Thus a few applications of this perfectly harmless substance soon begins to clear the skin and reveal the beautiful complexion which every wom'an has just underneath the ugiy one. The process is pleasant and harmless, and in volves no inconvenience whate...

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

Always Go to TYE'S For Your Home Furnishing. NOWHERE Will you see a larger selection NO ONE Can give you better value. Send for Catalogue. BOURKE STREET and SUBURBS.

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ANTICIPATIONS BY "OMEGA." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

ANTICIPATIONS BY "OMEGA." The Moonee Valley Racing Club will hold one of its popular meetings on Saturlay afternoon, when some highly interesting racing should be witnessed. The stakes for halt-a-dozen events amount to 1000 sovs. A tonal cf 133 entries ha*" **een received, so t!>at fields; should be ferge and the racing keen and exciting. Mr. A. V. Hiskens reports the "ourse in excellent order. Several first-class performers are c-ngaged, and the meeting is likely to attract a bumper at tendance. Horses who may show good form are17 • Hurdle Kace (2.30 p.m.), two miles.—Pay master or Portlock. Two-Years-Old Handicap (3.0). four fuilongs. —Blague or Crucis. Next best, Veronal. High-Weight Handicap (3.30), live furlongs.— Quair Burn or Precious. Next best, Culma. Valley Handicap (4.0), one :mle and a-iquarter. Hamburg Beile or Black Pan. Next best, Maloja. Welter Plate (4.30), six furlongs.—Duel or Georgette* Next best, lrndel. Welter Purse (5.0), six furlongs.—Ipoh or Lynceus. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

mmf/mnimmmmtmrmrmnmimmiimnmL ' n* lllllllllllllllllllllllli Means more Miles than ever After a careful inspection of thousands of Motor Covers of all makes that have passed through our hands for repair work, we are satisfied that better results can be obtained on our rutted roads and tracks by using a heavier rubber covering on the walls of Tyres. We have therefore decided that all made by us from this oiit will be protected by a thicker rubber covering on the sides of tyre. This means better wear than ever to all "Dunlop" users, and is a further inducement why Motorists should select these Durable Tyres. There will be no increase in existing prices. STOCKED AT ALJ, LEADING GARAGES

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

RICHMOND RACING CLUB Richmond Races. MONDAY NEXT, MARCH 23rd. FIRST EVENT STARTS at 2.30. f TRANSIT : Special Richmond Trams every 3 minutes along FlinderB'Street to course. Fare, 2d; Cabs from > CatTiisdf^ parser and Bourke-stregt,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

KEEP THE BL®@G> PURE. "The Blood is the Life of the Flesh." It is an established fact that all diseases spring from one source, namely—impurity of the blood. Therefore, our strength, health, and life depend upon the vital fluid. When the various passages become clogged, and do not act in perfect harmony with the different functions of the body, the blood loses its action, becomes thick, corrupted and diseased, thus causing pains, sickness, and distress of every name; our strength is exhausted ; and if Nature is not assisted in throwing off the stagnant humours, the blood will become choked, and cease to act, and thus our light of life will be extinguished. How important then that we should keep the various passages of the body free and open, and if assist ance is necessary to have at hand that invaluable remedy, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, which has in thousands of instances proved its efficacy as a cleanser and purifier of the blood. KIDNEY' TROUBLES. Mrs. Mary Jolly. 5 Moyle...

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

WEDDINGS. MB. H. M. WYNNE TO MISS G. WATTS. . The marriage of Mr. Herbert Meredith Wynne," youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. Wynne, of Hawthorn, and Miss Gladys Watts, youngest daughter of .Mr. William Watts, of "Cloonavon," , Lisson-grove, Hawthorn, was celebrated at the Auburn Methodist Church on Thursday, March l'2th, 1914, by the Rev. John Thomas, M.A. The church had been prettily decorated Mr. J. Sutton Crow played appro priate music during the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her father, was charm ingly gowned in white crepe de chine over satin. A long veil and a wreath of orange blossom was worn, and a bouquet of water lilies carried. Two bridesmaids attended her. Miss Daisy Watts (sister) and Miss Katie Brooke (cousin). They were dressed alike in apricot crepe de ahine over satin, and carried bouquets of dahlias to match. Mr. Harold Bryan was best man, and Mr. J. C. Kneale groomsman. After the ceremony a reception and-wedding tea was held at "Cloonavon," the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

a*-* Robertson & Moffat Ply, Ltd. ■upayiij my. 56 Iieiiffiw0i@ci for Reliable IF&Brs,, 3S New Fur Fashions w ss;)59.—Sciuirrel Collar in f liar Grev Colour, from 16/6. E are now displaying the New Season's Furs, in which are included all the Latest Styles in Fur Coats, Wraps, Boas, Stoles, Tippets, Cravats. 3353.—Siberian Sciuirrel Tail Collar, Irom 28/6. • _ 3554—Russian Shaded Pitch in , .'a • variety of shapes, similar to plate. From 11 Gns. Muffs from 7 Cms. Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

IS'lBEifflBl N THE HOUSI ' Thirteen years ago,.when<I lived in Smcaton, two of my child csjffesred terribly withASTHMA, but three or four bottles ©f —— HIEAI^NE'S = SgtOWCffiTIS COKE completely CURED the both of them. Neither has had an attack sines; and the fact ithat the boy has Joined the Royal Navy proves that the Eacdical examination (to which all Navy candi dates must submit) revealed nothing the matter with his lungs. Needless to say I always fall back on hearne's toonchitss cum for Colds. It is a splendid medi cine, and most' valuable for Chest Affections."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

A Rational Way of Curing Stomach Troubles. This Woman Suffered for Months and Couldn't Eat Solid Food— Declares she was cured by Dr. Williams's Pink Pills. Indigestion is an every-day complaint. Nine people out of ten have it ;.omc tine or other. Meals taken hurriedly or ,it iriegular intervals, footj eaten too fast, or the chief of all..causes, a thin, watery condition o> the blood — then the stomach rebels, and a K:ap of misery from Indigestion follows. The stomach simple -be comes too weak to do ;.ts work. Headaches start, the sight and smell oc food sickens,. and what little is eaten doesn't nourish, the heart thumps, sleeplessness and a depressed feeling sets in, and life s^ems bar lly worth living. The main thing in curing Indigestion is to make the stomach stronger. There are reme dies by which one can relieve for the time heartburn and pain and wind in the ston-«ach ; but when the next meal is eaten the troubles begin again. That's not a cure. The sanest form,of treatment...

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mining. ARARAT— [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

ARARAT— While there has been no decline ol importance, New Langi Logan are hardly holding their own. There is nothing in the official reports to ac count for the easing, except, perhaps, the pro tracted delay. In an official report issued by vhe mine manager it is shown that the south drive of! the east from the No. 1 rise is in rough, pavable wash. The manager states that the .water here is fairly heavy. The north drive from the shoot has been advanced to 65ft., the wash being lSin. over the back. It is antici pated that after a few more days' work the wash will come down into the face. A crosscut has been opened out to the west off the north level. There is 10ft. of wash here above the back. It is intended instead of put ting up a rise to let the level gradually slope upwards until it enters the wash. The No. 2 rise is being put up steadily, and the reef here is now easier for working. Now that the plant at the No. 2 shaft lias been practically com pleted the work of unwatering wi...

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

DEATH LURKS IN NEGLECTED CATARRH. Should you have any of the following symptoms, it is advisable to use "OZONIA" immediately. A feeling of heaviness in the nose and head ; difficulty in breathing except through tin; mouth ; constant clearing of the throat and spitting ; sore throat and attacks of sneezing ; noises in the head and cars. "OZONIA" soon restores the organs to their normal condition, and enables them to perform their functions properly. "OZONIA" gives instant relief, and is a quick and easy way of curing Nasal Catarrh, Hay Fever, Irritated and Sore Throat, Earache, Noises in the Head and Ear, Discharges from the Ear, Stuffy Feeling in the Nose and Throat, Deafness from Catarrh, Hoarseness, Sore and Inflamed Eyes, &c. v O^onia is sold by all Chemists. Price, 1/6, or from Ozonia Ltd., 472 Little Collins-st.. Melbourne, and 72 Goulburn-street, Sydney. Postage, 6d. extra.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Commonwealth ®anfcof BustraUa HEAD OFFICE. SYDNEY CMs Bank it open for all classes of GENERAL' BANKING BU8INE8S rt EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE 11m at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Towniville, and Londoa. Cable remittances made to, and draft* drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for eollection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description translated within the Gommom wealth, United'Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit*. AAranoe* made again at approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Vlotorian Central Office: 317 COLLINS 8TREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agonclos at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at Z% per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agency within the Commonwealth JAME...

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ANSWERS TO MINING CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

ANSWERS TO MINING CORRESPONDENTS 'B.B.R." (Kyneton).—The temporary stoppage at New Specimen Hill was owing to some slight accident to the winding winch. Work has sinco been resumed. We would not tako any aotion on the lines mapped out by you for the present. New Langi Logan are in practically tho same position as they wore six weeks asr.o. It is true that some oi tho holders are showing a littlo shyness, and it is" also true that values are fair ly hitch. This we have admitted all along ; but the manager, who knows the country very thor oughly, has on several . occasions expressed his confidence in the mine. This Is good enough for some of the biggest holders, so wo do not think that you need havo any cause for worry. "Puzzled."—Wo think T.*ew Ghum Goldfields should be all right. Of course, they are a fairly high priced stock, and no one with any knowledge of Bendigo mining would expect them to maintain the present average of yields. However, it bids fair to prove profitable as a go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

M'KELL, SPEEDIE & CO., " . 201,203, 205,207,'209 Elizabeth St., Opp. G.P.(K, ... ; Offer Special Inducements to EASTER BUYERS. THE TIME IS NOW SHORT, AND AN EARLY INSPECTION IS NECESSARY TO SECURE THE GREAT BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. OPP. G.P.O. WAVERLEY FOUNTAIN PENS I * '■ " , - . '"•••„ s'-- "V*. ^ fr L •>. • ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE :: FREE DIPPER FROM ALL OTHERS BY REASON OF THE ELASTICITY AND PERFECTJON OF THE GOLD WAVERLEY NIB. IT DOES NOT TIRE THE HAND AS DO THE STUBBORN LIFELESS NIBS IN ORDINARY FOUNTAIN PENS. THE FLOW OF INK IS FAULTLESS. : SOLu BV : STATIONERS AND ; DEALERS : Wholesale Agent s ROBERT HUTTON, 321 Flinders Lane, Melbourne; (

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