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IMPUDENT INTERVIEWS. THE EX-COMMISSIONER AND THE CANINE COP. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

IMPUDENT INTERVIEWS. THE EX-CO'MMISSIONEH AND THE CANINE COP. "Mr. O'Oallaghan, advocate of the dot; as ah officer of the law, the Impudent Interviewer is commissioned to deal with you." •"In the absence of my trained dog, the dog especially bred and schooled to bite holes in interviewers, I suppose I had better subim.it." ■"You had better submit in any case, hot that we have brought along a bulldog or even a Colt's to deal with the canine cop, but we have a small ammonia sqiuirt here calculated to put any kind of dog to bed—even a dog-hook or a fire-dog." "Well, let us have it. What's your com plaint ?" "You are putting ."on too much dog, and, moreover, you are encouraging the Melbourne police to put on more dog than is natural to them, and the common expression is that they are already; putting on more collie than is jus tified by their importance, their beauty, or the size of their feet." "You object to the dog as a policeman ?" "Yes, and I object to the policeman as a dog, if su...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

MR. E. GOOBALL, STOREKEEPER. CORNER) BARROW and DONA'LD .STREETS, NORTH BRUNSWICK, VIC., WRITES, 21/5/18. OF THE GREAT GOOD OF CLEMENTS TONIC. CLEMENTS TONIC LIMITED. "Your medicine effected what I consider a most remarkable cure upon my wife. It is right to make the facts known. She had been ill for months, suffering with what the doctors diagnosed as Neuralgia of the Brain, SOME TIMES SO BAD I FEARED SHE WOULD LOSE HER REASON. She did not mend, though every care was taken. A ladv purchas ing a bottle of Clements Tonic at my store, assured me that if I would only give Mrs. Good all a couple of bottles shs would be well in two weeks. This was good news, and better news when it cured her; Six months has passed, she is still in good health. 1 have a ceaseless sale for Clements Tonic. "(Signed) E. GOODALL." Business men in reading this testimony should remember that Clements Tonic may renew their lease of life. It will certainly give them new mental strength. For Insomnia and Brain Fag...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN THE DILE DEANS FOR DILIOUSNESS HARBOUR CITY. TALK OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

rALK OF THE WEEK. It was generally supposed th.it th>> policy of Blunder which was such a marked icature of the regime of Mr. James M'Go wen as Premier of this' State had ceased with the appointment of the brilliant and clever Mr. liolmun. In the last Parliament it was not unusual for bills to b(c( in wrong form or for most important and radical amendments to be moved in them 'by the Giovernnvent after their int induction. But that was a Government which could not be expected to worry abbut such trifles, seeing that it had to spend its time worrying about its generally nonexistent majority. Now the La bour G-ov'ernment has an overwhelming count iii its favour. Tt has a reconstructed Ministry, and it has Mr. Holrroan as Premier. But the reign of Blunder still continues. Apparently even now noblody can find lime to see that busi ness is properly prepared for the House. No body is able to watch out that the Ministry is not made to look foolish. Suc.'i a measure as the Bill for th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

THE STATE AND THE GIRL. The health of our girls is an important mat ter from the point of view of the State. The girl of to-day will be the mother of the future, and good health on her part now means the future welfare of the community. The Orange Lily treatment, which, is the special feature of the Ladies' College of Health, is wonderfully cura tive for girls who suffer. The treabment is sim ple and Inexpensive, and has curcd where other remedies have failed. Hook telling all about i1 will be sent free if 2d. is remitted for postage. Address. Dept, 92, Ladies' College of Health, Alexandra Chambers, 46 Elizabeth-street, Mel bourne. Gentleman's Perfume ■ DINNA FORGET —that *4 4711" stands alone as the perfume used by Gentlemen. Its fragrance creates an atmosphere clean and fresh that is in perfect harmony with every well-groomed man. 14 4711*' is distilled according to the ancient and original formula. Its odour is its own, and is unmistakable. Sold by all Chemists and Perfumers 11 t...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AU REVCIR "AT HOME." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

AU REVG'IR "AT HOME." T'ie Misses 151 y, of "Ifayling," East Melbourne, save an fftjoyable "at home" on Wednesday, 18th March, to say au revoir to their sister. Miss Gwen Ely, who sails on Saturday, 28th March, for Europe. The rooms were prettily decorated with scarlet verbenas and ycliow calliopsis. Afternoon tea and dainty refreshments were served in the dining-room. Afterwards the guests adjourned to the morning-room to see the man:-' useful journey gifts Miss Ely had been presented with. Amongst those present were—Mrs. J. H. White, Mrs. L. White, Mrs. Curtis Reid and Miss Reid. Mrs. Rogers. Mrs. 'Tumphrics (Mosman. Sydney), Mrs. MaeVean, Mrs. MacBean. Miss Hedderwiek, Miss 1. Hedder wiek, Miss M. Hedderwiek, Miss D. ITcddcrwick, Miss A. Gardiner, Miss M. llodgers, Miss Doyle. Miss A. Doyle. Miss Maciloberts. Miss B. Man Roberts, Miss Smith, Miss B. Smith, Miss Brock, Miss T. Brock, Miss E. Notcutt (Wangaratta), Mrs. Murphy, Miss R. Rundle. The Daffodils Private Assembly.—The ope...

Publication Title: Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER, THAT DOES MARVELS. During the last £ew years announcements have appeared occasionally telling how 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 after reading the formula she went to her chemist, and had him put up as directed, loz. of Lavona de ,Com posee, i dram Menthol Crystals, and 3oz. Bay Rum. She took this nonift, 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 immediately, and 1he hair it self began? to grow in ,in amazing manner. In fact, she states that it has 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 sty growing. She rub4*ed the tonic into the loots twice ai ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCIAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

SOCIAL GOSSIP. Sydney seems to be Erua'l'.iaUy emptying itself of all its youth, beauty, distinction and talent. Four boats left the harbour on Wednesday car rying between them hundreds of the population. In consequence the restaurants and tearooms have had a busy time during the last week fare welling all the now departed ones. Whether thiis is the result of Hoi man's Budget proposals or the weather is not known. One mail boat wlas so crowded that it is reported that officers sold their calbins to late-corners eager to clear from this land of labour and heat. Anyone who wished to say farewell to a dear, depart ing* friend was obliged to do so by 'phone, as it was impossible to distinguish a face no mat ter how dear among the sejthing mass on wharf and steamer. • Onei of the best-known "repartees" was Mrs. Jack Elliott, who . is starting out with a ibpsom friend for aib'out her eighteenth tour round the world. This lady possesses the wanderlust de veloped to an extraordinary degree,...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

&fu&e9® Fluid For indigestion and Biliousness. A MILD APEUI0NT FOR laoibs awd crnixmsst. SYDNEY'S DELIGHTFUL WATERING PLACE. Beautiful Harbour Views. Unsurpassed Accommodation. Moderate Tariff. The Hotel has recently undergone Extensive Up-to-date Alterations. For particulars, write to the Proprietor, L. PAULSEN (Late Captain North Court Steamers). Fob* EKoollont ^YlbNBYi Accommodation. Evopythlnd Up-to-Date Wrlto or 'phone for particulars, MANAGER. Tela.—City 728, and Central 1938. The MARBLE BA3 ftttoefced li the hft&dfoiUMt bar la AustriStai^a. '

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GREENROOM GOSSIP. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

GREENROOM GOSSIP. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. "Taylor S." (Williamftlown).—1. Mentioned in issue of 29th January last. 2. Miss Dorothv Brnnton. '3. Miss Celia Ghiloni. 4. It is the first scene in "Lady Frederick." "V.A."' (Uity).—1. Adapted • from French-by Sidney Grundy. 2. Never in Melbourne. 3. Don't know. "C H.W." (Armidale, N.S.W.).—1. Haxen't any particulars of that company's tour. 2. Accepted an engagemert from Henry W. Savage in America. 3. Not appearing under that management now. Ton't know her present address. "G.M'D." (Brunswick) .—Appeared at the Opera House about March, 1908. Apparently they cannot build a musical play nowadays without having a Girl in the title. The verv latest musical absurdity in Sn^land is seemingly an (adaptation of the German "Das Autoliebchen," which is freely translated by the adapter as "The Joy Ride G-irl." The title is pretty clumsy, and the man who evolved it hasn't much sense ci style or euphony. Some thing like "The Motor Maid" would sound ...

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Sydney Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

Sydney Shows. — Her Majesty's Theatre. "A Koyal Divorce." • —Theatre Royal. "Joseph and His Brethren." —Tivoli 'l'lieture. Riokariln'« Tlvoli Company. —Adelphi. "Allah's Orchard." —Criterion. "Never Say I>ie." —Palace Theatre. "The Land of Nod."

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Melbourne Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

Melbourne Shows. —Her Majesty's. "Come Over Here." (Saturday.) —Theatre Royal. "Madame X." (Saturday.) —Princess's. "Barry of Baliymore." (Saturday.) ■ —The-King's. "On Our Selection." —Tivoli Theatre. Tivoli Vaudeville Company. —The Biio.u. Fuller-Brennan Vaudeville. —Melba Theatre. Continuous Photo Plays. r-Britannia Theatre. Continuous Photo Plays. —Royal Picture Theatre, Windsor. Photo-plays —St. Kllda Beach. The English Pierrots. —Follies' Theatre, St. Kilda. "The Daffodils." .. —"The OaDdies." Esplanade, St. Kilda. —Luna ParK. Esplanade, St. Kllda.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

'J'HE subtle details which elevate the expert cutter to a plane above the lesser lights are never more pronounced than in the PS At Five Gtiineas. 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 Array of the Latest Ideas In Men's Mercery Hats, Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear, Hose,~&c, SEE WINDOWS, OPEN TILL 10 p.m ON FRIDAYS. w & ivsians€» For DxeSinetive Character in Dvaeo, Batablished 24 Years. 40-42 Elizabeth Street. (Cor. of Flinders Lane) For Watering or Feeding Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Calves and Pigs ALL SIZES AND ALL LENGTHS ALSTON'S Patent That will last a lifetime That will not leak when filled That will not crack when empty That will not corrode with hard watei Put together with a screw wrench Packs in small space for shipment Get...

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LIVE STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Fat Sheep.—Prime crossbred wethers from 20/ to 22/6, extra from 23/6 to 26/', pood 17/6 to l'V. second, including light cori'Pbacks, 14/6 to _16/6, inferior from 12/9, prime crossbred ewes 17/ to 18/6, extra 20/ to 24/', pood 15/ to 16/6, second 13/ to 14/6, inferior 10/6 to 12/, prime merino wethers 18/ to 21/9, good 15/6 to 17/, second and inferior from 10/ upwards, with merino ewes from 8/6 to 15/, few low-conditioned old ewes from 4/9 to 7/. Fat Lambs—Prime lambs from 14/6 ,/o 16/. ex tra 16/6 to IS/', with selected lots of heavy weights from 19/ to 22/','good from 12/9 to 13/9, second 11/ to 12/6, inferior from 10/. Less inclination has been shown to acquire sup plies of malting barley, but some business has been done. in the lower grades for shipment. Values of th>, higher qualities are a trifle easier, up to 3/5 being now quoted for choice English, and up to 2/5 for prime Cape. Arrivals from the country by rail and boat total 13,154 bags, as compared wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

f1E/rca.NE3 HEARNE'S Bronchitis Cure I© tlie Finest Remedy im. the World For . COUGHS and COLDS. "Seven years ago I had ASTHMA so badly I could not speak for a week. A friend advised me to take HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE which soon CURED me. Since then, I take it whenever I get a Cold, and it keeps the Asthma off." GOOLWA, S.A. " 1 am a Nurse and have recommended HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE to many sufferers. I have known it to be successful when all other Medicine failed. For Bronchitis it is ©imply WONDERFUL. It saved my Son's life." S^Ceasss, addresses end fsB particulars furniihed oa application. FRANKSTON

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MR. J. A. SMITH TO MISS R. LEE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

MR. J. A. SMITH TO MISS R. LEE. A marriage, was solemnised at the Swanston strcet Church of Christ on 17th March between Mr. James A. Smith, youngest son of Mrs. Rebecca Smith, of "Ein Cartref," Footsoray,-and Miss Rosa Lee, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph B. Lee, of "Godle," Eisternwick. The Rev. \V. H. Allen offi ciated. Mrs R. Duncan was at the organ, and played the*5 "Wedding March/' The bride, who was given away by her father, was gowned in white crepe de chene. draped and caught with silk roses, and trimmed with Honiton lace. Her train was finished with an edging of white fur, and a bouquet of La France roses was • carried. The bride was attended by Miss Violet Lee (sister), who wore a pretty pink crepe de chenc frock, trimmed with fleoh-eolourcd lace, and edged with brown fur. Miss Emii.y Shimmin wore a grcv crepe do chene dress, trimned with Maltose lace, and edgel with brown fur. Their hats were black, set with white plumes, and thev carried bouquets of autumn flowers and m'a...

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WOOL, GRAIN AND PRODUCE TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

TUESDAY. The second series of London wool sales closed ..last. week with a buoyant tone. Of the 144,000 pales submitted, all but 4000 bales were sold, the rficviu trade taking 83,000 bales, the Continent )00 bales, and America 17,000 bales. Compared with the closing; rates of thp January auctions, 'item no wools show an advance of 5 to '7i per cent., •fag crossbreds 7J to 10 per cent., medium grades o/^per cent., and coarse croSsbreds 10 per cunt. *T)winpr ' o the vigorous buying of Yorkshire, a gooa clearance was made : but the American section found prices somewhat prohibitive. Tho outlook is regarded as favourable, the bulk of tlvs purchases representing urgent requirements ; but in some quar ters it is feared that the high values will check business. The next series of sales in London opens on 25th April, and in Australia auctions are held in. Brisbane to-day and two succeeding days, fol lowed by sales in Svdnev commencing on 30th March. Wet weather in Queensland has interfered ...

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MR. S. CHINCHEN TO MISS G. SBRPELL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

MR. S. CHINCHEN TO MISS G. SBRPELL. The marriage of Mr. Stanley Chinchen, son of Mr. J. T. Chinchen, of Windsor, ar.d Miss Grace Serpell, eldest daughter of Mr. G. Seri)ell, of Haw thorn. was celebrated at the St. Kilda Methodist Church on 18th March, at 7 o'clock. The Rev. Ohas. Tregear performed the ceremony. The church was decorated by the members of the choir, who also rendered a musical service. Mr. PePPer was at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her father wore a lovely gown of duchess satin, veiled with an overdress of Limerick lace. A veil of the same handsomo J ace was worn, and a bou auet of wiite flowers carried. The bridesmaids were Misses Grace Anderson, Doris Chinchen, and May Serpen. They were daintily dressed in ivory crepe de chene, and carried scarlet poppies. Mr. Percy Dwyer was best man, and Messrs. Rupert Chinchen and Sam Serpsll were groomsmen. A reception was held ai the church hail, during which Miss Ethel Robertshaw sarag several solos. The bride a...

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A WONDERFUL FLESH BUILDER. PHYSICIAN'S DISCOVERY ENABLES THIN PEOPLE TO PUT ON 2 TO 3 lbs. A WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

A WONDERFUL FLESH BUILDER. PHYSICIAN'S DISCOVERY ENABLES THIN PEOPLE TO iPUT ON 2 TO 3 lbs. A WEEK. Special Medical Reports, Palis.—That exces sive thinness is due to the inability of the di gestive organs to properly assimilate lood has long been known. It has, however, remained for Professor Muller, the eminent scientist and investigator, to discover that this weakness of the digestive organs is primarily due to lack of nerve force, and to toll to the world how that lack of nerve force may he corrected, and thin people, men and women, old or young, en abled to put on 2 to 3 pounds a week, and become fat, plump, strong and healthy. Pro fessor Muller says this may be done without change of diet, exercises, etc. All he finds .ne cessary is to strengthen the nervous ■ system', and for this purpose he recommends a special nerve food and flesh builder which can be pre pared by any chemist, consisting of hoz. Tinc ture of Cardamoms Compound, BP.. 2oz. Sal rado Compound, 3oz. Elixir Simpl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

FACIAL EXERCISES RESTORE YOUTHFUL EXPRESSION & BEAUTY. Unexercised Musclcs. 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, vibration, electrical, or external treatments can ever exercise the superficial muscles, and cannot affect the deep muscles at all! these must be exercised 10 min utes dally to restore and preserve youthful appearance by my methods. My new booklet, FACE CULTURE and REJUVENATION, describes the latest scientific French and American Methods of restoring youth to the face and neck. Enclose 2d stamp for free book to ELZA VINEL, Room 5, Norwich Chambers 56 HUNTER-STREET, SYDNEY. Oxleyne an...

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MR. L. H. UHLMANN TO MISS L. J. HAYES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

MR. L. H. UHLMANN TO MISS L. J. HAYES. The marriage of Mr. Leslie H. TJhlmann, second son of Mr. John T. Uhlmann, of Longford, Tas mania; arid Miss Lilian J. Hayes, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hayes, of Warragiil, was quj<tly celebrated at "Wickliffe House," Esplanade, St. Kilda, on 6th March. Owing tr, a recent be reavement, only -relatives and immediate friends were present. The ceremony was performed by Mr. J. K. Allen, evangelist, of Doncaster. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a charm ing frock of ivory white crepe de chene. the skirt very skilfully draped, the fishtail train caurtit with oranpe blossom, over which fell a deep tunic of shadow lace. The bodice was also very softly triniir.rd with shadow lace, encrusted with pearl and silver embroidery, and finished with orange blossom. An embroidered tulle veil was worn off the face, and held in place with orange blossom. A pendant of aquamarines and pearls (gift of the bridegroom) was also w...

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