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IMPUDENT INTERVIEWS. A WORD WITH WATT. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

IM PU DENT INTERVIEWS. A WORD WITH WATT. "Premier Watt, long and affectionately known as Willie, you are chosen for the sacrifice." . The Premier regarded our Impudent Inter viewer keenly. He had instinctively thrown himself into the fighting attitude approved by fall pugilistic hand-books and manuals, right foot .forward, toe pointing straight, left hand forward, right hand'in to guard the point and the ittark. "Gome on !" :;aid the Premier pleasantly. "/Pray, relax," said the Interviewer. "This is not a' twenty-round contest,- ■ and in jutting your chin in this prognathous way you are seeking to impose on an old hird, who is not to be caught with assault." "Well, what is it you want "Not a thick ear. We wish to have a heart to heart talk with you on a serious subject brought up by a recent confession respecting your bad .past." '"Excuse me, I haven't a bad past. But I have a dirty left." ''It's a matter of opinion. There is a large section of this community which would look upon a...

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

Pake® Hotel, SYDNEY'S « 0 TS& ggp-* Uats@i s lay Beautiful Hamonr Views. Unsurpassed Accommodation. Moderate Tariff. The Hotel has recently undergone Extensive Up-to-date Alterations. For particulars, wrtto to the proprietor. L. VATTLSEN (Late Captain North Coast Steamers).

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

&ra§ecs FlfflM MafaesBa 55 'mS,. * A MILI» APERIENT FOR LA0IB8 AMD CTHILOTP0K.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Is the Best of the Canvas Tyres. In the new and improved type the tread' hi narrow, thick, and heavy, and xha rubber is where it is most, heeded. It is similar in shape to tfco well-known Palmer Cord Tyre,, aud constitutes the latest and most up-to date example of OanVas Motor Tyre con struction. SILVERTOWN RUBBER CO., 21-23 Elizabeth St., Melbourne. Gilbert Bldgs., Gilbert Place, Adelaide.

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

BEAUTY-DESTROYING NERVE AFFECTIONS. Aigeing blemishes can. only be removed by the use of the true Nerve Food, "Antineurasthin," which revitalises the entire nervous system in a remarkiaible. and permanent manner. Antincuras thmwill help drawn, haggard, old-looking faces, marred by a network of disfiguring lines, to regan their youthful appearance and charming contour; the eyes will recover their former brightness and charm, and the f ico, instead of appearing shrunken and emaciated, to become smooth, graceful and • glowing1 with perfect health. . . \ •"Antineurasthin" is not a drug or patent medicine ; it is purely a Nerve Food, and as such has been prescribed by famous physicians in cases of Insomnia,. Neurasthenia, Nervous ness, Irritability, etc., all :of which are caused by a; "breakdown of the Nervous System, and do more than anything else to ass to a woman's age. • . ."Antineurasthin" is put up in handy tablets, wihich are easily dissolved in the mouth ; it is convenient and p...

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

Tattereall's Hotel, For Excellent SYD1VB V Aooommodatlon. Everything Up-to-Date Write or 'phone for particular!, MANAGER. . Cjty 728, and Central 1938. The MAKBLE BAR fttaehed la tya handiomMt bar li %n8^a^

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

Rudolph Patterson & Dowliig, Automobile Engineers, ALL CLASSES OF REPAIR WORK UNDERTAKEN. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 21-23 WILLS STREET (off Latrobe St. W.). Telephone 9276. The Place for Tyres. Ktcxatn .. The .. " Red Cross" Motor Tyre Hospital 7 he Largest and Most jbp to-Date Premises in Australia, 401-403 Swanston St., Corner of Lit He Latrobe Street, -- • . * Telephone, Central 1978. CAREY MOTOR8 Ltd., BALLARAT. Ford Car Success. The success attained by; the Carey Co. at Ballarat has resulted in SPECIAL TRAIN-LOADS of FORD CARS being consigned to this Company, to fill the great demand. NEW BIG GARAGE AT DANA STREET--—EVERY CONVENIENCE & EVERY ATTENTION Motorists should make the CAREY GARAGE their Headquarters. CAREY MOTOMS .Ltd Agents for Ford, Fiat, B.S. A., Sunbeam, Rovers, &&.; and the EVJNRUDE DETACHABLE ROW-BOAT MOTOR, 'PHONE 866 BALLARAT. ZZ22SnSS8BS2*r SUNSHINE MOTOR CARS PTY. LTD., COLLINS STREET. Siddeley ~ Beasy, fhe Car of Perfect Comfor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

The annual musical festival at the Princess' Theatre on Good Friday night promises to be specially interesting by the appearance of a number of new artists from other States and England, in addition to many artists already popular amongst concert goers. The Auditorium. SATURDAY NEXT, MAX "PflRANI i; COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT / Prior to his leaving for Euorpe. Leading Artistn assisting. Reserved, 5/ and 3/; unreserved, 2/. " Plan at .Allan's Saturday next. Managing Direction—J. Sutton Crow. 'A LITTLE LOVE, A LITTLE KISS.' " "N PFu D' AMOUR." The most popular Melody published for years. The success of Europe and America. Piano Solo, Song and Walts Arrange ments. Each gric» 1/9 net. CHAPPELL ft 00. LTD., 23B FLINDERS LANE, MELBOURNE!. MAY BE HAD OP ALL MUSIC SQLLBRS • Piano. A Really Hich-classI Enclish Piano, that will satisfy the most critical. Enthusiastically spoken of by the most- prominent Musicians in England Melbourne Adelaide. Bendigo 6celong ■TRY IT IN ¥©ii BiTH BY APPOINTMENT TO...

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

We DON'T Sell Mot r Care Bat We Do Sell BVBRYTHINQ A MAN REQUIRES POR MOTORINQ, BUCKLEY & NUNN Ltd.

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SOCIAL. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

SO&IRL. Coming Events. 21st March. Tim Auditorium. Max Pirani Compli mentary Concert, prior to his ieaving for Europe. Leading artists' assisting. 31st Alaroh.—Opening of the Loan Exhibition oi Old Furniture, Silver, China, Textiles and Prints at Federal Government House. President, Her Excellency Lady Denman ; lion, treasurer. Lady Oreswell : hon. organising sec.. Miss Mary Chom ley, 8 Uruce-stt, Toorak. 4th April —Lady Stanley will open Garden and Gift Fete, St. Kilda Town flail, in aid of Aus tin Hospital an.d Free Kindergarten Union of Victoria in connection with Druids' Gala Exhi bition Fete. ;?8th April.—Daffodils' Opening Dance (9th Season), St. Mary's Ilall. Dundenong-raad. ■ East St. Kilda. Hon. see., 'V. T. Illingworth, "Kia Ora," 35 Langridge-st., Middle Pk. "Phone. Win. 3505. 1st Mny.—Repertory Theatre Ball, Melbourne Town Hall. Tickots. 10/«> • balcony, 7/0 and o/. 14tL May.—Piain and Fancy Bali 'in aid Druids' -Fete for Austin Hospital and the Free Kinder ga...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Engagements An engagement is announced between John Lindsay Doug'harty, of "Tallarook," So4#r» Yarra, and Miss Margaret Anthea Loxton Rlen zies, youngest daughter of 'Jr. J. L. MeiCies*, of "St. Minians," Brighton. V>' • An engagement is announced between Mauri E. Rent by, only daughter of Mr. an& Mrs. Cola Bentloy, of "Megnor," Moonee Ponds, and Mr. Neil W. Mutton, only son of Mr. W. I-Iutton, of Clarinda-road, Essendon. An engagement is announced between Mr. Norman Ivooinson, .sccond son of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Robinson, of "Linorma," Grace Park, Hawthorn, and Miss Edna Smibert, youngest daughter of Mrs. S. Simbert and the late Mr. George Smibert, of "Merle,'' Tocuonga - load, Auburn. An engagement is announced between Mr. Edwin Burdett Laycoek, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Burdett L'ayeoek, of "Frognall," Mont Albert-road, Balwyn, and Miss Doris Alice Bowley, youngest daughter of Cr. and Mrs. Alfred Bowley, of ''Wiora," Mont Albert road, Balwyn. An engagement is announced...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

ALL LADIES NEED LAXO TONIC PILLS. The more delicate constitution ana finer or oi'ini^m of woman makes it imperative that all the functions of her system he kept as far as possible, m a condition of normal and healthy action, ' and any diversion from the natural order of things "is quickly followed by unpleas ant results. It is safe to say that with nine women out of r^'ery ten chronic constipation is iho bano of their existence, and can frequently be traced as th-? direct cause of many of the more serious complaints peculiar to the sex. In all suoh cases the use of powerful and irritating drues is especially to be avoided, and for this (reason Laxo-Tonic Pills are a marked improve ment over the formulae usually prescribed, and are particularly adapted to the use of women in general, for their action, while thorough, is always miid and gentle. Thev stir the liver to | healthy action, clear the blood and give tone 1 and life to the entire system | Laxo-Tonic PjHs can be taken at all t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Where Refined. Biecriminatinsc Folk Delight to Dine. Cafe Francais, 257 LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Next Swangton-Bt.).

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ST. KILDA, PRAHRAN AND SOUTH YARRA TRADESMEN'S ANNUAL PICNIC, HELD AT SORRENTO ON 4th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

STARTERS T.N THE YOUNG LADIES" RACE. WATCHING THE RACING. ENJOYING THK MIDDAY MEAL. PRA.'IRAN' COUNCIL EMPLOYES' RACE. W' MR. M'CUTCHBON. M.L.A., THE MAYOR OP ST. KILDA, ANT) SOME OF THE COUNCILLORS. -1— MR. DONALD MACKINNON HAS A DAY OFF. ST. KILDA, PRAHRAN AND SOUTH YARRA TRADESMEN'S ANNUAL PICNIC. HELD AT SORRENTO ON^4tli MARCH. ^ Photos by Allan Studios. The Auburn Baptist Church Ladies' Tennis Club ar ranged a successful concert on Thursday •evening last, 5th inst. The selections were contributed by the Cale donian Choir, under ]\Ir. Greenlees,- and members of the Dickens' Fellowship, nil beiny very well received. Moonlight and Music, Who is Sylvia? and Star:, . the Summer Night, constituted the choral selections, while vocal solo contributions by Mr. and Mrs. Charles German, and Miss Barbara Smith, deserve special men tion. Miss May Rennie was the pianiste and accom panist. Mr. J. P. Taylor (hon. secretary of the Fellowship) was in good form with Dickens' items, and Mr. J. Moe...

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Approaching Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Approaching Marriages. The marriage of Dr. Douglas Mawson and Miss Francesca Atlriana (Paqiuita) Delprat, daughter of Mr. and Ml-;;. G. D. Lelprat, of "Linden," Windsor, is arranged to take place at Holy Trinity Church, Balaclava, on Tues day, 31st March, at 2.30, and afterwards at "Linden." The marriage of Mr. George Stanley Stog dale and Miss Evelyn Pierrepoint Cudtu'ore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Cuiiinore, is arranged to take place at St. .Tohn's Church, Toorak, on Saturday, 21st March, at 2.30, and afterwards at "Mondcville Ilall." The marriage of Miss Ethei Stevens, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stevens, of "Lelant," Barkly-street, BallaraT., and Mr. ^Hef?)prt-»E.»,ins, second son of Mr. and Mrs. ' Vl Ewiny, .oJXJI^ynden," Div.mmond street, Bal ,-larat', has'ifcoqj arranged to -take place at the 'ImUhrd-street-iMSthodist Church, Ballarat, on ! The ttmtffia'le Mr. Harold Eric Brookes and .Miss Dorotlxr &larc Bird, daughter of Mr. "Sand Mrs Frbft^rc Dougan B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

f5j5 imnnrnnnnnbimmniihitiiiiiihii t FOR ' "t"l> durability f "oswiam" gives:an air of comfort & rerjj3e6i1eny to tms msswi kooia. sy&k35»e®. "qstieaanm j evierv ejvi varo0. 8 bgba^agfiimigirft^fnfffiitaiij^c i ifl 11111 * otoftasroa&ibo <pe*®sb9 all bob® bbakis wtowwmiwimill' fcaarfftmii For this season our Stock is Ex ceptionally Large with Exclusive Models and Materials. TAILOR-MADES in the accepted styles and materials, including "Dave tyne." DAY and EVENING GOWNS, in unique styles and colouring. The latest ideas in SPORTS COATS and GOLFERS, in great variety and colors. Smart Throw-Over CO A TS, Russian Pony Cloth, Plush, Teddy Bear and Suede Cloths, from 49/6 to IS Gns. EVENING and WEDDING GOWNS a Specialite. The Best House for THEATRE COATS. Distinctive Styles and Artistic Cut. WE SHALL FEEL HONOURED BY A VISIT. WHETHER AN' ORDER IS GIVEN OR NOT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER, THAT DOES MARVELS. . During the last- few years announcements have appeared occasionally telling liow to make a really good hair tonic that would actually make the hair grow, and it gives us ' great pleasure to learn that so many who have tried it have obtained such remarkable results. One lady writes that immediately a£ter reading the formula she went to her chemist, and had him put up as directed, Ioz. of Lavona <le Com posee, £ dram Menthol Crystals, and SoZ- Bay Rum. She took this nome, and, although her hair had been falling out terribly, and she was threatened with baldness, she was astonished and delighted to note that the falling out of the hair stopped immediatjiy, and the hair it self began to grow in an amazing manner. In fact, she states that it ha:; already grown nearly 8in. in a little over two months. More over, her hair is now brighter, glossier and more luxuriant than ever, and is stU growing. She rubbed the tonic into the loots t...

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

Backachc from Morning till Night—Tired, Miserable, Sleepless, Nervous, Restless, Rheumatic, Dizzy, Weak, No appetite, Etc. BBBaaoBaessaa "S-v/ery Picture Tells Ji Story" The housewife with kidney trouble finds every little household task a burden. Stoop ing sends a sharp pain through her back; she feels drowsy and tired early in the day; her nerves seem "on edge,'' the least thing irritates her; her night's rest is spoiled by the dull ache in h«r back. No one whose kidneys and blood are clogged with kidney poisons could be different. And worse trouble s— dropsy, gravel, uri nary disorders, stone, rheumatism, headache irregular heart action follow. What is needed is a medicine that will cure the kid neys—that will make them strong and well. This is what Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are for—they quickly relieve the tired out Kidneys - give them new life and energy. Thousands have been cured of serious kidney disease by this medicine —cured to 'STAY cured. Lasting Cure of 3 Years. Mrs....

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

By "Boomerang." Canterbury and Carlton. And most people said Richmond and M.C.C. So Canterbury, Carlton, St. Kilda and S.M.C.C. remain as the last four. It is difficult to say which is the weak and which is the strong. Canterbury met Richmond on Saturday at Vic toria to see which would kiss Poliy, and the for mer just won. It was an enthusiastic scene, and will be long remembered by the Canterbury Club as Lusty's match. It was a remarkably good per formance on his part to draw the actual shot with the last bowl of the day, and when the tension was at its highest. It was remarkable, too, that of 1600 bowls played, the game should have been won and lost by the last solitary wood. Canterbury deserved the win—there is no shadow of doubt about that. They have shown the most improved form of any combination this season. 'They won the President's Trophy for eight men. Richmond, on the other hand, have been "in and out," and now they are "out" at much as they can be. Richmond have shown ind...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

STUD DOG. sS£ Diao&. 01®®!® 1®I© weight, 80it). Clear Note is a splendidly-bred dog, being by that champion fire, Senator, from Songbird II. He ouiv ran in two stakes, winning one, and is very last. He is tiie last direct representative ol Songbird. Clear Notw is half-brother to Gold Bar, King of 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. THF, SWITZERLAND OF THE SOUTH. Most Popular Resort in the State. Winter or Summer. Opp. Mount Donnebuancr, and Overlooking the Yarra. Bowling Green. Croquet Lawn. Tennis. Milliards. Tel. S. Warburton. Sjntl for Booklet.

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