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COROWA CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

COROWA CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING, At the Corowa Club's annual nicotine: on 3rd March the following: report and statement of ac counts were presented by Mr. Galbraith: "I have the pleasure of again submitting to you the annual report and balance-sheet of your club for the past season, and have much pleasure in congratulating the members on the most enviable position your club has attained. As you no doubt are aware, your club is now recognised as one o! the leading clubs in Australasia—a reputation that has been justly earned—and while it is conducted on the same sound lines as hitherto it will always maintain that high reputation. Your committee and oiDfeials on the whole have been the right men in the right place, and deserve the. very best thanks of your club, and while you have such cap able men, it behoves all members to stick loyally by them. X must congratulate' your club, likewise Mr. J. White, 011 his appointment as judge to headquarters, proving as it does the great satis facti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

BLK. B. P. (.July, 1912; Mlb.) b.v KELVIN YKTT —VERONIQUE A fine bitch, from a dam that lias thrown every one a winner. WHITE and P. D. (April, 1011; 70It>.) JERRY BOOTH—PASS UNDER. This dog wns whelped bciore Pass Under coursed. Verv fast. BD. D. P. (Sept., 1912 ; PAID IN FULL MISS FRAYNE Goes back to Farndon Ferry and Fi^rv Furnace on the sire's side. 2 ILK. B. £>. (SEPT.. 1912). PAID TM' FULL MISS FftAYNE. Showed fust in trials last sea son. PLIC. D. P. (July, 1913). KELVIN YET F—VERO NIQUE. A well-grown sapling. Will oc a bie dog. First come, first served. A chance to secun a running dog xhat has been well reared and guar anteed to have hu-rl only two hares apiece last season. Further particulars— A. BROAD. NUMURFAH. FOR SALE. FIVE DOG PUPPIES AND FOUR BITCHES By EASTERN STAR—MISS VERONICA. IN PERFECT ORDER. WELL GROWN. GUARANTEED HEALTHY. MUST MAKE ROOM. WILL SACRIFICE AT £5/5/ EACH. Apply— COUNT VON HORN. WARRAGUL. FOR _3ALE» THREE DOGS AND FOUR BITCHES, (Ten Weeks Old),...

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COURSING FIXTURES. Dates for meetings in the No. 2 (Maryborough) and No. 5 (Melbourne) Coursing Districts for April and May are as follow: APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

COL'RSIKG FIXTURE'S. Dates for meetings in thu No. 2 (Maryborough) and No- 5 (Melbourne) Coui sing: Districts for April and May are as follow : APKIL. 1—Essendon 10. 11—Inverleluh 21—Woodstock 6—Melton 6—Ballarat 6—Lake Bolac C—Birchip 6—Lalhert C. 7—Maryborough 6, 7—Swan Hill 9—Footscray ]3—Rnmsey 13—Quambatook 13—St. Arnaud 13. 14—BendiRO 13. ] 4—Werribee 14—Watcfcem 14—Wycheproof 15, 10—Inverleleh 22—Swan Hill 22—Essendon 27—Werribee 29—Kyneton MAY. 19—Woodstock 20—KeranR 20—Kvni'ton 20—Ballan . 20. 2)—Oeswick 20. 21—Donald 21—Berriwillock 21—Crcs wick 23—rv iln'.ore 27—Essendon 27—Cope Copo 27—1 .albert 27—Maldon 27, 28—Charlton . . 28. 29—V.C.C. (Derby & Oaks Meeting.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

ASlMPLE CURE FOR INDIGESTION HOW A READER OBTAINED WONDERFUL AND IMMEDIATE RELIEF FROM AiN ORDINARY ANTACID. Sufferers. from indigestion will be interested in a letter written by Mr. Cuddeford, GO, G*eorg&-street, Euston Road, London, who, hav ing suffered terribly from stomauii trouble, q'uickly cured himself by a Pimple lvmcdy. Mr. 'Cuddeford writes :—" .... I have suffered with indigestion and constipation for over five years, and it has been gating worse every year. For this last twelve months I have suffered dreadful pain. I have been attending a doctor for three years, but I got no better. I have also been attending Middlesex Hospital, still I got no better. Food I dure not touch. I began to get properly run down ; I could not con tinue my work ; I tried remedies of every kind, but of no use.' In fact, I often wished myself dead. I was looking at a paper one day, amd I saw bisuratcd magnesia recommended for in digestion and stomach troubles, so I thought 1 would try it...

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COURSING. NATIONAL COURSING CLUB OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

COURSING. By '•SPRINGER." Tha charge for advertising Stud Greyhounds in "Punch" is £3 per invh per quarter. Tho r&to for advertising Courning Meetings, Sdles of Greyhounds, etc., is 6/ per inch per insertion. Advertisements of Sales of Dogs are only in serted when payment is forwarded with the advertisement. Tuesday in each week is the last day for receiving Advertisements to be inserted on Coursing pages. NATIONAL COURSING CLUB OF VICTORIA. The annual general meeting of delegates to the National Ooursmg Club wan held in the Board Koi.m at the i\iationai Trustees' Building on Tues day. at 2 p.m., wnen there was a large and re preseniative gathering. Air. A. H. Cox (president) was in the chair, and the other delegates present were : .Messrs. P. H. Killeen (Penshurst), W. Siapleton (Minyip), A. B. Pearson (WarracKnabeal), J. T. Caldwell (Malcton), li. A. liUKe (Nortn Gipps land), W. iNiehol (Hamilton), R. Maiainent. (W011 tnaggi), T. Tatchell (Kjutirani), D. G. Tvlorpeih (Mull...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OPENING OF A NEW METHODIST CHURCH AT MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

tcN THE BRIDE. MISS TILLY SPENCE "NvJ1 'i \ ■ \ -J* (Daughter of Mr. Thomas Spence, of Rosedale Station, Longreach, Queensland), whose marriage ISfi—penC •Mr. James M'Cracken Howatson was celebrated at Christ Church. St. Itiida. on 10th February, and afterwards at the George Hotel. A BRIDAL GROUP TAKEN AT THE WEDDING OP MR. JAMES M'CRAOKEN HOWATSON AND „ . -MISS TILLY SPENCE. .) Reading from left to right.—Miss Maud Spencc, Mr. Joe Spence, Bridegroom, Bride. Mr. Jack ilowatson. Miss Minnie Spence. (A full report of this wedding appeared in "Punch of 2i5th Feb.) M ri. J /;MT>S^ack HowjatejaB m "n AN APRIL BRIDE. Waiting the Departure of Mrs. F. S. Carsc on her honeymoon tour. . Z75, THE FIVE MERRY- YOUNGSTERS Who arc appearing at the Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne. v~'Zt. - - GROUP OK LADY HELPERS. 5; Gerardo, the famous young: Irish-Australian ■ tenor, who was known here formerly us Mr. j^John .T. Kinahan, is to sing at Dandenong on ' Easter Eve for Father Gleeson in aid of the local ...

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

. DOG MEDICINE. DISTEMPER POWDERS. 2/6 packet ; WORM POWDERS, 1/ each. 10/ dozen ; Alterative Blood Mixture, 2/6 and 4/6 ; Mange Specific. 2/(> bottle : Tonic and Condition Balis, 2/6 box : Canker Lotion, 2/6 bot: Eczema Cure (internal). 2/6 bot.; Eczema Ointment, 1/6 tin ; Stimulating Liniment- fo? Eac tnjr Greyhounds. 3/6 ; Husk Cure. 2/6 bot.; Chorea Pills, 2/6 ; DOO SOAP. 9d. : Puppy Worm Syrup, 1/6 : Internal Stimulant, 2/6 ; Skin Lotion, 2/6. Postane extra. DOG BISCTIITS. Shirley's Laetul •vnd Worm Capsules stocked. R. W. BEDDOME & GO., CnyMISTS. 254 BODRKE STREET. Opposite Opera House. Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Lithe' Gracefulness The sccret of Graceful Poise and Beauty of Figure, com bined with Comfort, lies in a properly designed and cor rectly fitted Corset. These essential features are all embodied in the Celebrated ROYAL "P.D." RUSTLESS CORSETS, which, in addition to adding an exquisitely graceful sweep to the figure, and moulding it into the true lines demanded by Fashion, provide the utmost comfort always. Even the snuggest fitting "P.D." has a desirable and most delightful freedom from pressure on bust and diaphragm. Ask your Draper to show you the New Models of these Famous Corsets.

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CONFESSION OF A UNIONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

CONFESSION OF A UNIONIST.

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THE COUNTRY'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

THE COUNTRY'S WORK. ('"My position is without usefulness-or honour. We must dissolve the Parliament. Mr. Cook.) Australia.—Hey I Get a move on I Mr. Cook.—A nice job you've given me! Darned if / don't upset the lot.

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THE ANNUAL WELSH PICNIC. HELD AT SORRENTO ON ST. DAVID'S DAY, 1st MARCH, PER P.S. HYGEIA. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

THE ANNUAL WELSH PICNIC. HELD AT SORRENTO ON ST. DAVID'S DAY, 1st MARCH, PER P.S. HYGEIA. MEMBERS OP THE CAMBRIAN CHOIR. MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE. Front Row.—Messrs. J. R. Williams (sec.),""D. Ev ans, J. P. Jones. L. R. Roberts, and 6: M. Pren dergast, M.L.A. Back Row—Messrs. W. Davies, W. Morris, R. D. Jones, Capt. Davies, W. M. Hughes, M.H.R., J. Roberts. members of the picnic choir. ON BOA.RD THE P.S. HYGEIA. RESTING ON THE BEACH. MDLLE. IJRMA CARON, OPERATIC SOPRANO AND VIOLINISTE. MR. NORMAN OHTTRTON. IN . FRONT OP THE PADDLE BOX OF THE HYGEIA. ON SORRENTO PIER. A splendid demonstration o: Strut; S iioo! Pliysicrt. Training was held at the .Melbourne Cricket Ground oil . Klay, March 9th. Mis Excellency the Governor ocneral, Lord Denman, was present, also the Govcr nor, Sir Arthur Stanley and Lady Stanley, and Gene ral Sir Ian Hamilton, who had expressed a wish to see some display of the Victorian State school physical training. Therefoie Sir Alexander Peacock (Minister for Educatio...

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FETE AT "AROONA." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

FETE AT "AROONA." Mrs. Alex. Landale very kindly placed her house and grounds ("Aroona," Toorak) at the disposal of the Australian Women's National Tonmifi and Club on Saturday, March 14th, in order-that a fete might be held to commemo rate the tenth birthday of that worthy insti tution. The opening' ceremony was performed by the patroness of the club, Mrs. Landale, who graciously said it gave her great pleasure to lend her ihouse and grounds for the occa sion, &nd all she hoped was that the return benefit to the league and club might be sub stantial. .Unfortunately, Mrs. F. G. Hughes (the president), owing to private reasons, was unable to be present. A bouquet which . was to have been presented was therefore forwarded to her. Bouquets tied with the league colours were also- presented to Mrs. Landale, V.P.., Mrs. ,S, T. Staughton, pres. of the club, and Mrs. Robert Jolley, hon. sec. of the club. There were a number of marquees erected in the grounds, containing attractive s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

KugeBmann's Pyre Herbal Skin Soap, "BEAUTY'S AID." Free Sample Sent on Receipt of Twopenny Stamp. Kugelmann's Pure Herbal Skin Soap may be ob tained at all Chemists, Drapers, and Storekeepers throughout Australasia at 2/6 per box of three larfre tablets. If not obtainable ^locally, send postal note or stamps of any State, to the value of ?■/ (Including postage), when box will be posted per return mail. Sole Proprietors : H. E. TCUGELMANN AND CO., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS and MANUFACTURERS. 106-3 KING ST., MELBOURNE ; PITT STREET, SYDNEY : and at ADELAIDE and BRISBANE.

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

SOCIETY. Society has had a plethora of weddings late ly, but apparently there is to be no cessation of happy unions. Next month two daughters of a family well known in socicty will join the great majority of the wedded ranks. Both girls are beautiful, and .ire iiotable for dress ing in the best style. One of the brides re-* mains in Australia, but the other will take a honeymoon trip to Europe, but will return to make her home here. Though the weddings take place in April, they will not be celebrated on the same day. His Excellency the State Governor received Addresses of Welcome on Tuesday last at the Governor's Office, Treasury Buildings. On Wed nesday afternoon Lady Stanley paid a visit to the Children's Hospital. His Excellency the G-overnor and Lady Stan ley will pay a visit to the Melbourne Hospital to-dav (Thursday), and this evening I.ady Stan ley will be present at the Austral Salon. To morrow afternoon Lady Stanley will attend the matiner at the Tivoli Theatre, in aid of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

OFF The SPRING SEASON will soon be in Tlf full swine: ! IA PAN » TAKE TOUR PASSAGE NOW UMrM™ ■ if VOU want to SECURE ACCOMMODATION by the FAMOUS fi v V W " The NIPPON YUSEN KAIRHA Route for choice— easily BEST. SAILINGS (leaving Sydney noon) : KUMANO MARU. APRIL 15. TANGO MARU. MAY 13. NIKKO MARU, JUNE 10. For Rates, Freights, and AliL INFORMATION, apply BT.TRNS, I'HILP & CO., LTD., Managing Agents. SYDNEY. A Now Showing a GORGEOUS SELECTION of Day and Evening Wear. New Styles, New Materials New Shades. G One of the Very Newest of the New Season's Evening Styles. In Stock in a Magnificent Range of Colours — Blue, Grey, Tango, Black, Pink, etc. PRICE 59/6 COLLINS ST.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

MOMISCH PIANOS The World's Greatest Piano for Australia. 58,000 HOMES HAVE RONISH PI ANOS Carnegie SI Sons, 106 Elizabeth Street. Sole Agents : RONISOH PIANOS. GOKS & TOLLMAN PIANOS, SCHWECHTEN PIANOS. BRINSMEAD PIANOS, BELL ORGANS, ANGELUS PIANOS, And thn Wonderful ANGELUS PIANO PLAYER.

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Fact and Rumour. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Tact and Rumour. Mr. 'and Mrs. D. Slatterv, of East Melbourne, •and Miss O'Keefe, daughter of Mr. P. E. O'Keefe, J.P., of;Yinnear, Gippslan.l, leave on Saturday, the 21st, by the Friadrich der Grosse for an extended tour on tiie Continent and Ire land. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forrester and Miss - Peggy Forrester are leaving for England by the R.M.S. Medina on 2-Hh March. They expect to be a way for six months. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fell and their two daughters leave by the Orarna for a trip to England and the Continent. The Hon. Pharez and Mrs. Phillips have left "Taroona," and gone to the Esplanade Hotel, where they will stay until they l'eave by the Drama for England. Miss Thelma Phillips ac companies them. Mr.. antV Mrs.' J. S. Riddell, of Hawthorn, are leaving Melbourne for a trip to England and the Continent by the Mal(\va, which leaves on 21st April. Mrs. T. Tanton and Miss Queenie Tanton, who are staying at "Tasma," Parliament Place, leave by the Friedrich der Grosse rer an extended t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

A Graceful Effect With prevailing fashions can only be gained if you choose wisely in the matter of Corsets. Wear the Corset that will give your figure the proper lines, and you will have no reason to be dissatisfied with your gowns* Warner's Corsets are perfectly modelled, well cut, and are of the very best workmanship. Obtainable All Drapers. Guaranteed Not to Rust, Break or Tear.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

Ms & 2/~& ALL CHEMISTS & STORES C BE SURE Y^jGET BONNlNC^nife TASMANIA The Favourite Holiday Resort. Packed with Beauty Spots. The Fisherman's Paradise. Vary your journey to Hobart by including the beauti ful East Coast or North-Western routes. Enquire re West Coast trip, including the Gordon River—absolutely the finest river scenery in the Commonwealth. EASTER CHEAP EXCURSIONS 8-14th April, good for return till 27th April—£3/19/3 Melbourne to Hobart return (via Laun ceston). Western Line and Mole Creek Caves 18/9 extra. FOR ALL INFORMATION, RESERVED SEATS ON EXPRESS TRAINS. GUIDE BOOKS, be., APPLY AT Tasmanian Government Tourist Agency, Dominion Chambers, 59-61 WILLIAM ST., MELBOURNE.

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DR. A. I. GREEN TO MISS H. M. HANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 March 1914

DR. A. I. GREEN TO MISS H. M. HANKS. A very pretty wedding took place at Christ Church, South Yarra, on Tuesday evening, 3rd March, when Dr. A. Ian Green, eldest son of Mr. J. Green, Malvern, was married to Miss   Hazel Maud I-Tanks, second daughter of Mrs.   Hanks and the late James Hanks, of Mel   bourne. The ceremony was performed by the   Rev. E. Townsend. The bride, who was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. Rod. Travers,   wore a prettily draped gown of crepe de chine   over pink, with tunic of Limerick lace. The train of brocaded crepe de chine was: lined with pink, and; over it a Brussels lace veil (lent by Mrs. Greville) fell gracefully from a wreath of pale pink roses ; she carrityl a bouquet of pale pink, and white flowers veiled with tulle. Mrs. Rod. Travers and Mrs. Keble Johnstone were matrons of honour, and wore dresses of pale pink crepe de chine, veiled with ninon and trimmed with fur, ...

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