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SUCCESSFUL TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

SUCCESSFUL TEACHER. I 1 '» MISS F. SPR1GGINS. down to the declaration that\ dividends at the rate of 5 per cent. jwould be ps,id! 'Wo know it oosts money to send mis3imiades''^4...firiuth Islands to cure the heathen of his unpleasant habit of raging ; but it is not so easy to see where the 5 per cent, profit comes in. ®fEsr P. Spriprpins, of Zcrcho's Business College, iJwVCollins Street, secured no fewer than 58 (out of 62 candidates presented) at the recent Victorian examinations for telephonists. Mr. Zercr.o's pupils (a1 so coached by Miss SpriRcins) gained first, sixth, seventh, twelfth and seven teenth places at last year's examinations for tele phonists in New South Wales.

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

Telephone 3088 258 Collins Street Melbourne SEASON 1914. WE ARE NOW SHOWING OUR NEW MODELS FOR AUTUMN AND WINTER Day and Evening Gowns Opera Coats Coals and Skirls, &c. LATEST STYLES in french AND ENGLISH MILLINERY

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

'Automobile Engineers, ALL CLASSES OF REPAIR WORK UNDERTAKEN. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 21-23 WILLS STREET (off Latrobe St. W.). Telephone 9276. CAREY EaOTOBl CO., BALLAD AT Remarkable Feat t»y FOED Car Ascent of Mt. Buninyong. ...FIRST CAR UP... Mr. R. G. CAREY, accompanied by the Mayor of Buninyong (Cr. Tonkin), Mr. Crawford, Manager of National Bank, and Mr. Leo Levecke, on 15th March drove a Ford Car to the summit of Mt. Buninyong. The Ford fought its way through water-courses, over rough boulders, devil*s elbows and fallen trees. The FORD was the FIRST CAR to reach the . summit of the mount. The Ford will go anywhere—everywhere. It is the car for all work. Come to-day for a Ford Car from CAREY MOTORS Ltd., 'Phone 866. BALLARAT SUNSUNE i®T®l CMS PTY. LTD., COLLINS STREET. Siddelesf - Beasy, fhe Car of Perfect Comfort k Car which, besides being absolutely Reliable in Mechanical Details, is so eqtiifeped as to ensure the Perfect Com fort 15$ the Passengers Under Every Cir cumstance...

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

PWHUim JREDUCE FATNESS! ;• .RDRMETTES \ REDUCE FATNESS' Formettes are sold by all chem ists and drapers at 5/3 per Car ton. Agents—Foy and Gibson, uoilingwood; Moclellan and Co.. The Big Store, Prahran; Bowen & • uo., Swanston-street, or from the Agent for the Commonwealth, S II. Henshall, Chemist, 246 Claren don-street, South Melbourne.

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

By "Magneto Sparks." A Motor Touring and Roads Information Bureau will bo established at the Automobile Club rooms. A constant stream of enciuirics is received by the secretary of the club upon road conditions, hotel accommodation in country towns, tne ocst trips to take, and so on. The club committee is nego tiating with Mr. Geo. It. Broarlbent, "the Road Man," to organise the department. It is to be hoped that the club will be successful in this direction. The move is a good one, and with a man like Mr. Broadbent at the head of it the Bureau should "go." Some long time since, all motorists understood —as also did all road users—that they were to be afforded protection by ;the erection at early date of warning signs and daup.cr notices. The money (which it was thought haci been ear-marked for the purpose) was transferred irom the Motor Car Act to the Road Board's fund, without assurance from the Ministry that tile fund would be used as /Originally intended. The club approached the ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COOKS IN THE MAKING.—State School Cookery Centres. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

COOKS IN THE MAKING.—State School Cookery Centres. PRINCES' BILL—TEACHER, MISS M'CULLOCH. MISS FLORA PELL, Supervisor of Cookery Centres YARRAVILLE.—TEACHER, MISS MEERS. vv BRUNSWICK.—1TEACHER. MISS LEE. THE COOKS AT WORK (A.N.A. EXHIBITION). The competition and progressive euchre evening hel-3 by the women's branch of the Overseas Club was most successful, and a large number of mem bers and friends were. present. The women's com mittoo passed a hearty vote of thanks to Mrs. Keers, who organised tlio evening and also made and donated the prizes, which were both novel and unique. The proceeds have been giver, to the Building Fund, which is thereby augmented by fceveral pounds. Tin- Hawthorn Ladies' Swimming Club held their annual carnival at the Hawthorn City Baths on 9th March in the presence of the Mayor of Haw thorn (Councillor Barbour) and the Acting-Mayor ess (.Miss Barbour, president of the club). Hawthorn City Councillors and many leading citizens of Haw thorn. The carnival wa...

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

The Persan Tyre Is the Best of the Canvas Tyres. In the now and improved type the tread is narrow, think, and heavy, and the rubber is where it is most needed. It is similar in shape to the well-known l'almer Cord Tyre, and constitutes the latest and most up-to dnlp example of Canvas Motor Tyre con struction. SILVERTOWN RUBBER CO., 21-23 Elizabeth St., Melbourne. Gilbert Bldgs., Gilbert Place, Adelaide.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COURSING FIXTURES POR 1914 (INCOMPLETE). APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

•• iGQURSING FIXTURES POIl 1914 (INCOMPLETE). APRIL. '• . 1—Essendon 10, 11—Inverleigh ■ 21-—Woodstock 22—Ballan '• 22—Swan Hill ■ 22—Essendon 22—Horsham ■6—Melton 6—Ballarat G—'Lake Bolac . ■6—Birchip • • ti—Lalbcrt 6—Nhill 6—Sheep Hills 0. 7—Maryborough G, 7'—Swan Hill 9—iFootscrav 13—Romsey IS—Quamoatook 13—St. Arnaud 13—Dimboola - 13—Lake Bolac 13, 14—Bendigo 13. 14—Werribee 14—Watchem 14—Wycheproof 15, 16—liiverloigh ] 9—Woodstock 20—1< crime-. ; . 20—Kynoton ; 2, 3—Birchip:. v 3—Romsey v 3—Lubeck ; 3—Shecvi Hills 3—I-Iopetouii! 3, 4—Stockyard Hill ■ 3. 4—Swan Hill 3,- 4—Maryborough 4—Wycheproof 8—Melton -. .; 8—Stawell 8—Nhili ; • 8—Warracknabeal M. S»—dunes-.; f 8,0—K.vneton 10—Watchcm • .10— Kerang ! 10-—Eurnmbecn • 10—Dimboola; ■■■ 1.0—Rupanyup' .10, 11—Bendigo 11—Berriwillock 13—Footsftrav. 15, 16, 17—Donald 1—Dimboola • 1—Beulah 1—Rupanyup: 1.—Ararat • L—Watchem.. 1—Iterang' 1—Essendon 2. .3—V.GIG. = 8—Romsev 8—Melton 8—Birchip . 8—Horsham 8—Waruaoknabcal 5—Oep...

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

The Place for Tyres. .. The.. " Red Cross" Motor Tyre Hospital 1 he Largest and Most Lp to-Date Premises in Australia. 401-403 Swanston St., Corner of Little Latrobe Street, Telephone, Central ••75. Pratt's M®tor Ol © ® _ ■Spirit Mala ^Aft Take it from Paddock t® Paddock LmmjiwimiwuM Weighs under SOOIbs. complete For Crutching or Wigging and for Shearing Flocks up to 5,000, the most admirable outfit is the mm little won A complete Two-Stand Portable outfit, including Engine fitted with. High. Tension Magneto, Two Shearing Machines, Latest Model Cooper Hand-pieces, Power Grinder, etc., at only WHAT CUSTOMERS THINK OF IT: £ F. S. AUSTIN, Mt. Widderin, Skipton, Victoria—"I have crutched 500 sheep with the Little Wonder Plant I purchased from you, and am delighted with it." DAVID Mc ALARY, Millawa, Warren—"I have been using my Little Wonder Engine to pump an artesian bore which had failed. I lift the water about 16 feet and water 3,600 ewes with lambs." When shearing is over, engine may...

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

Have You Bought a Motor Car ? If not, remember when doing so that THE BODY makes the car. We design aud build Motor Bodies to order for any make, in any style, at Most Rersonnblo Bates. Stevenson Bros., Motot Body Works, « 8 PUNT ROAD. SOOTH YARRA. Tel., Windsor 1811. PALAIS DES AUTOMOBILES. "THE PICK OF THE MOTOR-BASKET." Write for Catalogue. IS AT Apply for Trial Run. f^teroRs P^Lzb MELBOURNE. FORD mm SUNBEAM AUSTR® BAIMUER. Inspect Latest Model 22f40 h.p. Sport ■ Type. . POWERFUL 1 RW I SUPERB ! Tfe< BENZ MOTOR AGENCY, 105-1105 MISISSSlI St. Always fill up with «r s It is unaffected by any climatic changes. OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. The SAME everywhere. X The British Hill-Climber, % Itbe "cwssur car | % X i i OF GAS-ENGINE FAME. SILENT ON ALL GEARS. ♦ ♦ X X X X THE 15h.p. "CROSSLEY." ^ TWENTY-FIVE " CROSSLEY" CARS ordered 1 by the BRITISH WAR OFFICE. ♦ in addition to SIX purchased TWELVE Months ago. J TRIED AND NOT FOUND WANTING. 4 | JAS. A. MUNRO & CO.,493*503 EL...

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

We DON'T Sell Motor Care H Bat We Do Sell 1 EVERYTHING A MAN 1 REQUIRES FOR MOTORING. I BUCKLEY & mm Lid. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

"Buy the BUICK"--the Advice • of ISOpOO© Enthusiastic Buickistsvv;-^; SID you know that 150,000 Motorists to-day own the Buick Car ? Did you know that last year alone the motoring public spent over 40,000,000 dollars on 30,000 Buicks ? Did you know that more Buicks have run over 100,000 miles than have the cars of any other manufacture, and that many now nine years old; ' are still giving splendid service? WHY ? Seek'the-answer in'the cars themselves. You'll find it in their strength, power, speed, wonderfully low prices, and great economy in fuel and upkeep. SINGLE-SEATER £ Completely Equipped. 19IS Models Reduced We have a number of 1913 Models of Buick Cadillac and Delaunay Belleville Cars, and of the Baker Electric Coupe, which, in order to clear, we are offering at Reduced Prices. DALG Latest Models. Catalogues on application. DOUBLE-SEATER £365 Completely Equipped. The "Dalgety" Cars We are sole agents for Daimler, Austin, Napier, Delaunay-Belle ville, Opel Cadillac and Buick ...

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SNAPSHOTS AT THE GRACE PARK CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS TOURNAMENT. Saturday, 21st March. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

SNAPSHOTS AT THE GRACE PARK CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS TOURNAMENT. Saturday, 21st March. marriage in France with Monsieur Eticnne Foiret was celebrated at the Madeleine Paris on the 20th of September, 1913. The bride was led to the altar by Colonel Armand Foiret, Officer of the Legion of Honour. Amongst the many guests were : Madame Julien Foiret (mother of the bridegroom), Monsieur Rene Millet (Ambassador of France, Com mander of the Legion of Honour) and Madame Rene Millet. Monsieur and Madame Andre Millet, Mon sieur and Madame Jacqucs Dupuis, Monsieur Paul Panhard. Monsieur and Madame Monteage, Monsieur Duelos, Monsieur Jacques Levique de Vilmorin. Gown by Drecoll, Paris. Madame Mary Conly.—A leading attraction for music-lovers on Good Friday. night will be the ora torio festival at the Auditorium, at which Madame Mary Conly will take a leading part. The artists wiil sing the most popular excerpts from oratorios, anil -in excellent mixed programme is being pre pared. Miss Klisa (Iroshal...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAMBERWELL SENIOR CADET SPORTS, HELD ON THE CAMBERWELL CRICKET GROUND ON SATURDAY, 21st MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

CAMBERWELL SENIOR CADET SPORTS, HELD ON THE CAMBERWELL OillORET GROUNL) ON SATURDAY, 21st MARCI-l. THE 120 YARDS HURDLES CHAMPIONSHIP. ? SENATOR MILLEN (MINISTER OF DEFENCE) SENDING A WIRELESS MESSAGE. VICTORIA CROSS RACK. After the rescue the rider gallops away for shelter. In this case, in doing so, the horse bolted, and tossed the hero and wounded man into the fence. THE ]0C YARDS SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP. the state commandant inspects guard-of-honot;r. y A x ~-S NON-COMS. CHAMPIONSHIP. SIvMAlOR JVILLLEK PRESENTS THE BAND INSTRUMENTS ~ 1 i t ^The, rjyacnagers of the New Melbourne x ' ' dejyii^T Cemetery are surprised to find' "■w-ttlleir grounds usss in demand than was at first anticipated. They have made provision Cor 5000 clients to date ov.t expected a larger demand,taking into consideration,' tile inducements they have: to offer, the extreme., comfort, dryness and convenience of their 'graves, the beautiful view, the easi ness of access, and the spaciousness of the ceme tery. In o...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY PICNIC AT BALLARAT, SATURDAY, 21st MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

RAILWAY PICNIC AT BALLARAT, SATURDAY, 21st MARCH. i ^ 'Vw^niir^mrBniTr— —— ■ — <t GENE11AL GROUP OF COMMITTEE AND OFFICIALS. "HERE'S A HEALTH TO TJJE VICTORIAN RAILWAYS MUTUAL BENE5P1T SOCIETY." — -u.; I" w. ■ ji I J A^_, . ^ *>-V\ '*,v ".'.i FFI^LSK^TMNYOItK. BICYCLE i ^ v - - /** 0FFtoL9(\vV\V\V0IlK. BI^CLE COMPETITOR S A:CD PORTION OF THE CROWD. PORTION OF THE BICYCLE TRACK IS SHOWN'. SECRETARY AND TREASURER (MR. G US KROGER AND MR. JAMES southam;. GUESTS OF THE COMMISSIONERS. Including Mr. Hawkeswood (Claims Atrrnt), .Mr. M'Ecnn, Mr. Robertson. Mr. H. B. Lee (Chief Officer, Metropolitan Fire BriRade). &nd Mr. Fred Johns. Dr. Mercer, lately Bishoy of Tasmania, leav ing for England, gave tne "Age" some of the impressions he has formo.i of Australian char acter.' He finds the gambling spirit the least desirable feature of the antipodean disposition. "One man's good chance is another man's bad chance," says the Bishop. ''That is why gamb ling is anti-social and...

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

ARARAT— One .would be .better pleased if tliere were not quite so' much delay in getting to business at New Langi Logan. The company have. seen several variations in share values vithin the ■ past week or two ; but the people who know the district and . the manager arc still satisfied that things will turn out all right. It seems rather a pity that people were led to believe that results would be obtained so soon. It is always better not to disappoint shareholders. Information from the nine is always awaited with; interest. In a ' report from the mine man ager he stated that he had struck strong wash in the back of the west drive, and from a bucket sample ldwt. of nice gold was obtained. This means highly payable wash. Regarding the north drive, ijvhe wash is on the buck laths, and it is expected that after going only a little distance further this will be in the face. The work of draining is being carried on satisfac torily. We still adhere to our opinion that the mine will i come ...

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

Started with Pimple, Spread to Sore, Cuticura Ointment Made Complete Cure, Hair Thick, Eden Park, "Whittlesea, Vic.—"I had suffered for about three mouths with severe irritation of the scalp and loss of hair. It started about the size of a small pimple, very sore on the top of my head, and I tried ointment but without success, and it spread to a sore about the size of the palm of your hand, and the hair was coming out of the affected parts. A friend advised me to buy a tin of Cuticura Ointment. Thanks to my friend for recommending it I have saved any further expense from buying anything more for it because it has made a complete cure, and my hair has grown as thick as on any other part of my head. "As for the Cuticura Soap, I would use no other now; I have great faith Jn it. If I feel tired after my day's hard work I just warm a copper of water and take a warm bath and make a good lather of the Cuti cura Soap^ and I feel quite refreshed, and it takes all the pains out of my limbs,wh...

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

ANSWERS TO MINING CORRESPONDENTS "Paddy."—1. Wc aro favourably inclined to tho stock you mention, and do not think you .would do any harm in buying. Lode Hills may also be worth considering. 2. A profit is always a pood thing to rake in. We would say, "Tako it." "C.C.S." (Mornalong).—1. The prospecting work which the company is undertaking may lead to develoomerts at any time. As very little could bo obtained for tho shares just now, we would feel inclined to pay a fow more calls, with a chance cf getting out even later on. 2. "We do Dot know that we can recommend you to invest in these, unless you like a bit of a "wooloy gamble." If so, there is a chance (though wo consider it a remote one) in a stock of the kind. 3. If you can get any Puzzle Flats cheaply, there is .n chanco af a quick turnover. "Good Luck."—There are bound to bo fluctuations ii< a mine like New Chum. Goldftnlds. The fact that they had a 2/ dividend was not unexpected, as th.3 company had an excellent y...

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

>(s' -'i 1 ^ * "-v; sraii D?MlJRSESlNDIANiRpptPlLtS Nurse Inez Brett, after many years' experience as Midwife in different parts of the world, and during which time she has had every opportunity of judging the value of the various medicines in use, has proved Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills to be thoroughly satisfactor}' as a remedy for Oostiveness. She takes a dose when necessary, and recommends them to her friends. Nurse Brett's photo is published, in addition to her letter, which follows:— NURSE BRETT (from a photo.). Gentlemen, Van Dieraan's Land Terrace, Wellington-street, South Rurnie Tas. I lia^e used Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills for Oostiveness, and can say they are an excellent medicine for this very common and persistent complaint, and I frequently recommend them to my friends needing a mild purgative, and effective remedy. Having qualified for midwifery at the Adelaide Hospital several years ago and followed nursing in Brisbane, Qld., Bombay, Iniia, also London, England...

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

The Hon. Duncan M'Bryile anil Miss M'Bryde are leaving by the Orama, 1st April. They are going for a trip to Colombo, and expect to be away about six weeks. "OZONIA" CARRIES A MESSAGE OF HEALTH AND : strength to all sufferers from CATARRH TKose who suffer from Catarrh know its miseries. There is no reed for this suffering. You can get rid of it by a simple, safe, and inexpensive homo treatment, recently discovered—Ozonia—an anti septic preparation. Ozonia is used as a spray for the nostrils, and gargle for the tliroat. It clears the head, and cleans out the nose and throat, so that you can again breathe freely, and sleep with out the s<-.opped-up feeling that all catarrh sufierers have. It; heals the diseased mucous membranes and arrests the foul discharges, so that you will not be constantly blowing your nose and spitting. Ozonia is a cure for nasal catarrh, catarrhal headaches, catarrhal deafness, asthma, colds in the head, sore throat, and mouth troubles, and all catar...

Publication Title: Punch
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