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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

COURSING. By "SPRINGER." Tha chare* for advertising Stud Greyhoundo in "Punch" is £3 per Inch per quarter. Tho rata for' advertieine Coursing Meetings, Rale* of Greyhounds. etc.. Is 5/ 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. The first of March has come and pone, and so has the twenty-first. Soon they will be followed bv the thirty-first, and yet we in Victoria Seem no nearer to the autumn rains. Pay after day black clouds gather, only to dissipate without the hopea for downpour. A fortnight aero we were flattered by a shower. Now we are back again to mid summer. "New South Wales leashmen have been much mors fortunate, heavy rains havincc fallen in manv districts, and there if. every prospect, of the early meetings being' held. The daily weather chart published by the Melbourne mo mine: papers pro ...

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

DOQ DISTEMPER POWDERS, 2/6 packet : WORM POWDERS, 1/ each, 10/ dozen : Alterative Blood Mixture, 2/6 and 4/6 ; Mange Specific, 2/6 bottle ; Tonic and Condition Balls, 2/C box : Canker Lotion. 2/6 bot.; Eczema Cure (internal), 2/6 bot.; Eczema Ointment, 1/6 tin : Stimulating Liniment lor Rac ing Greyhounds, 3/6 ; Husk Cure, 2/6 hot.; Chorea Mils, 2/6 ; DOG SOAP. 9d. : Puppy Worm Syrup, 1/6 ; Internal Stimulant. 2/G : Skin Lotion, 2/fi. Postage extra. DOG BISCUITS. Shirley's Laetol nnd Worm Capsules stooked. R. W. EEDQOME & GSO., CDYMISTS. 254 B0URK.E STREET, Opposite Opera House, Melbourne.

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

coursing fixtures for 1914. On page 544 will be iound the dates allotted for coursing meetings in the No. 1 (Stawell), No. 2- (Maryborough), and No. 5 (Melbourne) Centres. Those of the No. 3 (JJer.alla) Centre are given separately. The combined lists of the four dis tricts represent 279 meetings, and there ore still those of the No. 4 (Camperdown) and No. 6 (Sale) Centres to come.

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

COURSTNG IN QUEENSLAND. The thirteenth annual conference of the Queens land Coursing Association was held at Warwick on Saturday last (says the "Daily Standard.") The president of the association, Dr. J. O'Brien, occu pied the chair, and. the following representatives of the various coursing clubs were also nresent Warwick—Messrs. Healey, Stock-well, and Thompson: Altora—Messrs. Webb (president), M'Carthy, Bur keet. and Bur^e : Ipswich—Mr. C. J. Houghton : Brisbane—Messrs. Barry, Collins, Davey, and M'Cafrre. There "were also present the secretary of the asso ciation (Mr. W A. Deacon) and the secretary of the Brisbane Club (Mr. J. Kelly). The president, in the course his opening speech, remarked that it was the first time in the history of the associa tion that so many delegates had assembled to gether, and that fact in itself could not be. taken to augur otherwise than well for the interests of coursing. The prospects for the coursing season were very bright, and promised -well for...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Financial. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

In! consequence of the rapidly-expanding busi ness of; the company, the Commonwealth Board Mills Ltd. is a*iout to increase its working capi tal, and the directors have decided to issue 5000 shares which are held in reserve at pre sent. These, whilst ranking alike with a pre vious issue of an equal number of 8 per cent, cumulative preference shares as to first prefer ence as regards capital, and dividend at the rate mentioned, are /to be pari passu with the ordinary shares as to dividend. Payment Cor shares is to be made 2/6 on application, a simi lar amount on allotment, and the balance in calls of the same sum at intervals of not less than three months. In order that all share holders may have an equal opportunity of par ticipating in what is termed "the most attrac tive of the company's issues," the Board has arranged to offer them the pri/ilege of assistr ingi in the underwriting, and an underwriting fee of 1/ per share is to lie allowed. No allot ment of fewer than 25 shares wi...

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

COURSING. OWNERS of STUD GREYHOUNDS intending to advertise in the '* GREYHOUND REGISTER ior 191 i" are requested to send in their applications at once. No advertisements can be taken after the 31st March. JOHN MUNDAY, 121 Queen Street. Woodstock Coursing Club APPLICATIONS are invited for the positions of JUDGE and SLIPPER Of WOODSTOCK COURSING CLUB (1914). Applications to be forwarded to NEIL O'MBARA, WOODSTOCK. On or before 4th April. Horsham Enclosure Coursing Club. APPOINTMENT OP JUDGE. APPLICATIONS are invited up to 0 p.m. SATUR DAY, 4th APRIL, ior the position of JUDGE for the ensuing season. Probable number of meetings, six. Dates for warded on application. Applicants to state fee re quired. JAMES HOOKING. Hon. Secretary. Werribee Coursing Club (ENCLOSURE). APPLICATIONS are invited from persons competent to act as JUDGE fur this! season ; also for the position of SLIPPER to the above. Club. Applications to be in writinp. and must reach the undersigned not later than 31st March...

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WEDDINGS MR. W. A. DALRYMPLE TO MISS W. PINNOCE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

WBDDINQS MR. W. A. DALRYMPLE TO MISS W. PINNOCK. . A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Jolin'b Church, Toorak, on Wednesday. 18th March, betv.een Mr. William Alexander Dalr.vrnple, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dalryniple, of "Stran raer," Toorak, and Mis3 Wanda ■. Pinnock, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Donham St. Pinuock, of Armadale. The ehurch was crowded with guests, but, being Lent, no decorating wa3 done beyond a number of beautiful palms and coeos ferns arranged on caeh side of the approach to the altar, and the windows were filled with the same plants. The altar table was grouped with pink belladonna lilies. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Canon Drought. Mr. Hobbs, who presided at the organ, played "Haii to the Bride'" as the bridal party entered, also other music, and Mendelssohn's "Wed ding March" as they left the church. Thii bride, who was given away by her father, made a sweetly pretty picture. Her gown was of white brocade and white satin. Th...

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

Pauline et Gie, THH CBNTRBWAT COLLINS ST. Are now holding their FIRST SHOW of Autumn and Winter Models SEOOND FLOOR, CENTREWAY. Tel. <546(5.

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AUTUMN AND WINTER SHOW AT THE DON. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

AUTUMN AND WT^TTBU SHOW AT TFTE DON. The Don Store, Olenfrrrie. is renowned for its up-to-date styles ami the f'en pacc it keeps with "La Mode." They have extended -a cordial invi tation to a view of their newly-opened troods. The window dressing of this extensive establishment is in itself an attraction. One window holds a show of the most beautiful furs, such as the new and becoming fitch, in stoles, muff sets, black fox. arctic fox, golden fox. also furs in the newest shades _ and charming edging. which Dame Fashion is telling us will he so much in vogue for both day and eveninsr wear. Another window is filled with a wonderful assortment of buttons for coats and skirts, etc. One. of undercluthinr. it very dainty, the French garments being beautifully hand embroidered. Two windows are arranged as an autumn garden scene, with a white-terraced back ground, over which climb colden-brown crape vines. These windows are devoted to the most charminr hats—in almost every case the small ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

INDIGESTION. CAN IT BE BANISHED. Now, can it ? Must a woman go on suffering from headaches, biliousness, flatulence, pains after eating, languor, or 'any of the other dis tressing symptoms that arise from faulty ac tion of the stomach or liver ? Must men be made less fit for work, less able io keep pace with their competitors, because indigestion ig sapping their energies, and clogging their minds ? Have men and women to go on en during these things without hope of recovery ? Assuredly not ! Most cases of acute indigestion are the result of neglect or of indifference. People get into a foolis'h habit of thinking that they will be better on the morrow, or in a week or two, and so the complaint gets hold, and the suf ferer goes from bad to worse. Food ought to give up. its life-sustaining ele ments for every nerve and muscle in your body ; it ought to replenish the rich, red stream of blood flowing through your veins, and help you to think, to act, and to work with the vim of the heal...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bowls. PENNANT SEMI-FINALS. CANTERBURY DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

Bowls. By "Booinerane." PENNANT SEMI-FINALS. CANTERBURY ilEFEATED. The. match that was looked upon with most in terest' on Saturday was that between Carlton and Canterbury. Canterbury were favourites ; byt I ventute to say there wasn't a new hat on the re sult. ' - The .Richmond green, which is very sweet at pre sent, was the battle ground, and as both, teams had been- on it before, there was no advantage. Oh their previous victories, it looked in favour of Can-, terbury ;; but the green was remarkable for its evenness ;all vound. The ten points that "Bob" Woods got ahead of E. C. Belzea were made up by Lusty against Crawley. ' Shaw's 3 up and Pitch fork's majority of one were not significant. i Wilkin i was badly down against Shaw at one time, the: score being 21 to 10. At'a later period the . scores were even, and .the Canterbury rink put up a fine fight, with only victory snatched from them in 'the last end, when Shaw made • the three that put • him ahead. "Bob" Woods" has been a...

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THE CANINE COP. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

THE CANINE COP.

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IS IT TO COME TO THIS? [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

Has John Bull, at such a time, no resource but self destruction ?

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NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT FIXTURES. ^r: J?an, Collins, of Benalla, secretary of the Di.strict Coursing; Centre, favours me with the following list of dates allotted by tho delegates yesterday week for meetings during the coming season : MAY. I 27—Tatura 29—St. James; 13—Shepparton 20—Elmore 23—Mansfield •3—Cobram 3—Benalla 4—Kyabrairi 8—Euroa 10—Shepparton lfi—Tatura ■ 1, 2—Kyabram 4—Euroa' 7, 8—Benalla 8—Cobram 8,9—Elmore . 10—Nagambie 24, 1'5—Shepparton v.' '3—Murchison 4. 5—Benalla G—Kyabram 8—Euroa 11, 12—Shepparton 15—Mansfield 19—Elmore JUNE.- , ■ 17—Elmore ■IS—Katamatite 20—Mansfield 26—St. James 27—Murehison JULY. 15—Yabbu North 18—Mansfield 22, 23—Tatura 23, 24—JCatamatite 29—Dooliie 31—St; James 31—Murchison AUGUST. 20—Katamatite 20—Nagambie - 25—Tatura 2(5—Cobram 26—Benalla 29—Murchison 8—Kyabram 5— Euroa 9- Elmore SEPTEMBER. 9—Shepparton 12—Mansfield 12—Murehison

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ARTISTS AT THE TIVOLI THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

ARTISTS AT THE TIVOLI THEATRE. MR. G. W. SALANGER AND MISS DUDLEY HAMILTON, Who give Exhibitions of the Tango at the Tivoli Tango Teas in Melbourne and Sydney. tke gaby-deslys costumes, featured at the tivoli tango teas. Mr. Ed. Waterbury, of Waterbury Bros, and Tenney, who put on such a charming musical act at the Tivoli Theatre, is making his trip to Australia a honeymoon; one. During the Sydney season, Mr. Waterhury led to tnc a^al at St. Mary's Cathedral, Miss Gladys Rine hart, a compatriot from the United States. Mr. Waterbury met his wife some -years ago, when motor-boating on the Potomac River, and his brother, Mr. George Waterbury, who is 'also in the act, met and married the sister. No\M the family ties have, been stil! more close ly knit. * * * * The G>aby Deslys costumes, which are creat ing such a sensation at the Tivoli Tango Teas, are copies of the costumes worn by that cele brated lady recently while appearing in Paris. Mr. Eric Stone, the clever sketch artist, who...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

Warburton—"Mountain Grand." THE SWITZERLAND OF THE SOUTH. Most Popular Eesort in the State. Winter or Summer. . Opp. Mount Donnabuanp, and Overlooking the Yarra. Bowling Green, Croquet Lawn, Tennis, Billiards. Tel. S, Warburton. Sand for Booklet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

- : • ■. , ! . • , Why does Odol absolutely supersede all other preparations for cleansing- the mouth and teeth ? Because of its unique power of diffusing the entire oral cavity and the teeth with a thin but thoroughly effec tive antiseptic coating which, maintains its protective influence for hours after the mouth has been rinsed with it. • • "V-' —i ji ■ It is this lasting effect that gives to daily users of Odol the absolute assurance that their mouths are permanently piotected from the bacteria and fermentation processes which, if not guarded against, inevitably destroy the teeth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

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SHOW GIRLS IN THE FASHION DISPLAY IN "COME OVER HERE." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

SHOW GIRLS IN THE FASHION DISPLAY IN "COME OVER HERE." TO BE PRODUCED AT HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE ON SATURDAY NIGHT NEXT, 28th MARCH. MISS HELEN DEVLIN. MISS CAEA DOMAIN. MISS MISS VIOLET HOOPER. ( MISS DOREEN DALGEY. MISS INEZ STACH. MISS MAIE VAUGHAN. MISS HOPE HUNTER. Australian playgoers witness the exciting race betwfeen a motor and a train in "Come Over Here" before Continental audiences. First pro duced in London at the Opera House in "Come Over Here," it was secured for the revue in Australia by J. C. Williamson Ltd. While it was awaiting the time for shipment, Mr. Clyde Meynell, who was in London, leased it to a syndicate in Amsterdam, Holl'and, where it created a great sensation. The amount derived from the lease wiped out the freight' charges and expenses to Australia, so that on arrival in Sydney the big feature immediately com menced its career on a profitable basis. In, America Emil Bierman, the musical con ductor of "Come Over Here," the J. C. Wil liamson Ltd. revue, is ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

milu-ary fhneral of lieut.-col. Clarke, the cortege leaving st. peter-s church, eastern hill. GENERAL sm » HAMILTON AHD OFFICERS WHO PRECEDED THE «0» CARRIAGE » THE PROCESSION, ^ MISS GRACE WAL'GH'S PONY RIDE TO SYDNEY. SV& k*S£"£ Monday°morninp S^4T&W'& The idea of a foreign mission joint stock company, with 30,000 shares at .CI per share, is seriously advocated by the Methodist Church. It sounds quaint ; but missionaries have to be financed like everything else, although the lay mind experiences a curious sensation on coming 1-IEHR EDWARD GOLIj. The Eminent Bohemian Pianist, whose Second ue cital takes place in the Melbourne Town Hall on Wednesday, 1st April, followed l>y others on 5th May, 3rd June. 1st July and 22nd July. __PjiotoJ>y_May &_Mina Moore.

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