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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

For Cool Comior This neatly-finished White Canvas Model is the City's Biggest Value at Light, cool, easy Shoes will this season be mors popular than eve®. Come and criticise our new full range. Note carefully the Low Prices. You'll own rott've never seen equal values anywhere. ASK FOR CATALOGUE—FREE 1 Shoe Stores 109 SWANSTON STREET. MELBOURNE. 257 9 BOURKE STREET. MELBOURNE. l-» ERROL ST.. NORTH MELBOURNE 2LB CHAPEL STREET. PRAHRAN. Tel. Cent. 1799. fti« Brightest of all Shoe Shines, GAZKH.A Paste. Large tins, 6d.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURRENT NOTES. Senate Six Assail Entrenched Opponents [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

OUR RENT NOTES* annate Six Assail Entrenched Opponents Many excellent men looked upon the Senate campaign, and were afraid. They were asked to be Liberal candidates. They would ha-ve liked to be Liberal candidates—but they were afraid. "Punch" could name a dozen suck, and he could pick six big-minded politicians from, them. But they were afraid. Prospects of de feat did not frighten them. Defeat may be the fortune of war, and it is not dishonourable. What put fear in the hearts of these leading Liberals was, first, the pre-election by the Leagues. This is a new idea m Liberal cam paigns, and it is far from popular with those whose characters, records and popularity make them eminently suitable Liberal candidates. Big men will not, if they can possibly avoid it, go through a secret league ballot, with the certainty that strings will be pulled this way and that, and the likelihood that victory will not rest with the best men, but with the men who have been most active amongst league m...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. MONDAY is the Latest Dav in each week for' receiving alterations of running advertisements.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW USE FOR HYFONO. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

A NEW USE FOR HYFONO. Writing to Messrs. Marion, Mr. H. Watkins, of Cambridge, states that he has found that by put ting a tcai.-poonful of hypouo in a quart of water and sponging the ferrotype o.-: glass plates. with it. and drying them with a dry duster, he has been able to squeegee pcst-cavds to the plates so that they came- off with a brilliant surface and without the slightest trouble

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRINTING FROM A THIN NEGATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

PRINTING PROM A THIN NEGATIVE. . From,(i negative too hopelessly thin to print in platinum, or- even to produce a P.O.P. print which can be toned, I have made many faultlessly print ing negatives by using an untoncd glossy P.O.P. half printed fr.oru the thin negative. This delicate, evanescent, print can be photographed, using a slow commercial plate, and the finest gradation of tone obtained in a strong printing negative. A further advantage of this method is the possibility of en largement at the same time. It is obvious that the untoned print must be kept from the light, ex-vpt during exposure of the slow plate, focussing being done from a piece of newspaper, cut the exact si'o <jf the original, placed under the glass of a printing frame. - Photo Era/*

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Harringtons 1914 Catalogue IS READY NOW. This new Catalogue is the most comprehensive Photographic Price List yet published in Australasia. Its 400 pages contain particulars of every new thing in the photographic world. It is well illustrated and full of valuable information. UP 266 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE; Also at Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Auckland, N.Z, and Welling'on, New Zealand. ? WORLD OVER UOW much longer are you going * * to keep on coaxing that razor of yours—stropping it, fussing with it, making your face sore and tender into the bargain ? Get a Gillette Safety Razor to-day. It is the one razor for cool,quick,clean,efficient shaving. The shave you want and ought to have. You can adjust the Gillette to suit your beard and skin. You cannot do this with any other razor. Gillette Standard Sets, One Guinea. Sold everywhere. Write for illustrated and descriptive Booklet. Please mention tliis paper. WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR VICTORIA: CARO BROS., Little Collins Street, Melbourne. ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. J".Victorian. Municipal Directory and, Gazetter" (also Commonwealth Guide and the Water Sup ply Record for 1914). Forty-ninth year of pub lication. (Melbourne : Missrs. A mail and Jack son.) Price, 9/6. The -municipal and statistical information and the Gazetteer portion of the work has been revised, an.l important changes noted. It has been divided into four sections tending to ready reference—(1) The Common wealth and its Departments ; (2) The State of Victoria, with its Departments, Boards, Trusts, and Institutions ; i (3) Municipalities and Gazet teer ; (4) Water Supply and Irrigation ; Water works' Trusts ; and there are copious indexes. The Cinema Books, No. 2 —" The Life and Reign of Victoria tfie Good," -by May Wynne, author of " Heury of Na varre," etc. Produced in conjunction wuth the cinematograph film, "Sixty Years a Queen," with 54 illustrations taken from the film. (London : Stanley Paiil and On.) Price, 1/. All the important incidents in the goo...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBA AND BRITANNIA THEATRES— [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

MELBA AND BRITANNIA THEATRES— At the Melba Theatre this weelt the feature pic turo is Lubin's great production in two parts. "A Waif of the Desert," a dramatic emigrant storv—a traprdy of the plains. The comics are "Wiffles ns Cinderella" and "Dunin and the Side Car the dramatic item is "The Fatal Clue and news of tlie world is supplied by "Oaumont Graphic." At the 'Britannia the feature picture is Kalem's two-part drama. "A Million in Jewels." Tt is a stirring production, with nlentv of action. The comics hereat. are "Tiittle Billy's Strateprv" and "The Scheme That Failed." "The English Ga zette" supplies the latest happenings, nnd "The Vairaries of Fate" mnlce up an excellent pro rrramTnc. Complete chnnpre of programme at each theatre to-dav (Thursday^. The plays are con tinuous from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
P[?] THEATRE ROYAL— [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

By "Peter Qitlnoe." THEATRE ROYAL— Boundless enthusiasm and innumerable recalls greeted the first performance in Melbourne oi "Madame X" at the Theatre Royal on Satur day nierht. , The story deals with Louis Floriot, a Deputy-Attorney, a serious man and keen. lawyer, who is m'amed to a gay and flighty woman. He is passion ately in love, but does not understand his wife. Some time before the opening of the prologue she has run away with another man, leaving her infant son behind her. Floriot is devotedly attached to his little.bov, now four years' old, who is seriously ill. The disgraced wife, hearing cf her son's illness, comes to beg Floriot to\ grant her; forgiveness, take her back, and let her see her son again. lie is on the point of yielding to her pleadings when the mention of the death of her lover hardens the husuand against her, and after a powerful scene he turns her out of the house. M. Noel, whom Floriot tells of his wife's visit, persuades the wronged husband to forgive...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Because the Body-Building Power of Bovril has been proved to be from 10 to 20 £ times the amount taken, fi There is only one Boyr!!." -_J ,:!!l!ll!||iijl|lli:'i!^ Sydssey Amusements. AdelpM Tkeatm. 8 Direction GEORGE WILLOTJGHBY LTD. Managing Director ... Mr. GF.ORGE WILLOUGHBY SATURDAY NEXT. '1th APRIL. Presents the Play that will never grown old—the Play that holds a heart-throb in every line, and is full of human interest from start to iinish, EAST LYNNE. Prices—4/, 3/, 2/, 1/. Box plan at Nioholson's. Her Majesty'®. Direction J. 0. WILLIAMSON LTD. SATURDAY NEXT. -1th APRIL. J. 0. WILLIAMSON LTD. have once ag'iin much pleasure in announcing the STUPENDOUS PANTOMIME EXTRAVAGANZA, Which this year is based upon the attractive story, THE FORTY THIEVES. Box plan at Paling'*. Harry Richard®' Tivoli Theatres, Ltd. Governing Director HUGH D. M'INTOSH. Hickards h Circuit of Theatres implies the Beat i« Vaudeville. NiGHTLY at 8. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 2.30 p.m DOLOR r.S VALI.KCITA'S IMP...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

SYDNEY SHOWS. "Joseph and His Bretnrcn" was produced at the Theatre Royal on Saturday night fjr the first time in Sydney. The play is chiefly not able for the success of Miss Ethel Warwick as Z-uli'-jka, the wife of Potiphar. Next to that, it is remarJoable for the extraordinary sol am enity of Joseph. Mr. Malcolm Tearle, wiho plays the part, has put up a record in this respect. It is a play which is Biolical, and invests? it with a cathedral-like sokminity. Joseph never smiles, never makes a joke, never .forgets that he is a personage in wiio-ai any ordinary manifestations of happiness would be unseemly. It is true that in tin; early part of., the play, when he is still a youth tending his father's flock, he skips like one ot his own lam? kins in order to convey fully to the audi ence vhe fact that he is a youth. But once he reaches Egypt Joseph becomes a serious man of affairs. Whether he is guarding Poti phar's house, resisting the advances of Poti phar's wtffe, wooing one of Pot...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

ANAEMIA AGES WOME Haggard and Old Looking in Early Life. Thia Woman Lost her Health and Colour Through Anaemia—Weak and had frequent Fainting Fits— Gained Robust health through Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Anaemia writes itself on the* face o£ everyone whose blood becomes thin and watery. Noth ing makes young women and girls lose their good looks as quickly as a state of bloodless ness. The pale, drawn faces and listless '-drag ging steps mark the victims, and the. loss of good looks is only a minor symptom. The suf fering with weakness, headaches, heart palpita tion and indigestion makes life a burden. There is only one thing that will cure Anae mia—more blood. More blood cures this state just as food cures hunger. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills increase the red matter in the blood, and enaMe it to carry to every organ and tissue an increased supply of oxygen, the great sup porter of life. They increase the appetite, and enable the system to derive .good from the food eaten. They impart hea...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

For Your Easter Furnishings Visit TYE'S Great STOCKTAKING SALE And Save Money. Send for Catalogue. BOURKE STREET and SUBURBS.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Melbourne Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Melbourne Shows. —Her Majesty's. "Come Over Here." i.. ■ -■ —Theatre Royal. "Madame X.',' —PHncess's. "Barry of Baliymore." —The King's. "On Our Selection." —Tivoli Theatre. Tivoli Vaudeville Company. —The Bijou. Fuller-Brennan Vaudeville. —Melba Theatre. Continuous Photo Plays. —Britannia Theatre. Continuous Photo Plays. —Royal Picture Theatre. Windsor. Photo-playi. —St. Kllda Beach. The English Pierrots. '—Follies' Theatre, St. Kllda. "The Daflodll*." —"Tho Dandlei." Esplanade. St. Kllda. —Luna ParK. Esplanade. St. Kllda.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANTICIPATIONS BY "OMEGA." EPSOM R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

ANTICIPATIONS BY "OMEGA." EPSOM R.C. t The Epsom Racing Club will cater for turfites I'on Saturday with a v^ry attractive programme of half-a-tlozen events. Th'5 stakes fnr the after noon total 600 sovs. Satisfactory entries have been received, and several well-known pcrtovm lers are booked to compote. Mr. J. L. Rei'ly (reports the course in excellent condition, and [some keen and exciting contests should be witnessed. Backers have been holding their own of1 late, and they should be in good form for this meeting. Horses likely to race with dis tinction are Hurdle Race (2.30 p.m.), about two miles.— Portlock or Jack Ashore. First Division Handicap (3.0), six furlongs.— Mindai or The Beggar Maid. Next best, Flora. Second Division Handicap t'3.30), six furlongs. Active Lad or Nata. Welter Handicap (4.0), seven furlongs.—Lor nez or Winning Post. Next best, Caius. Third Division Handicap (4.30), five furlongs. —Onega or College Green. Epsom Handicap (5.0), one mile and a-*quarter. —Hambu...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

W' You can keep the cost of Motoring down by using It's the thick high-grade Rubber Tread, the tremen dously strong casing and scientific construction that ensures "Dunlop" users such a big mileage and such satisfaction. They cost no more than other tyres, but you get better results. OBTAINABLE ALL GARAGES. a * m DUNLOP RUBBER CO. All States and N.Z.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

'•1"'- -- " •» ■ ■.^.s itYMHaimHmm&Mwnam I. (v "■ "5K. Fashionable Gold Necklet, set with 3 nice Aqua marines. £2/5/; ^also in ciicaper quality "Aquama rines, £1/10/. Pine Diamond Drop Necklet, 7 choice Stones. A favour ite design. Only £30. Elegance in Refined Jewellery, STEWART DAWSON'S are able to supply the Public with Fine Artistic Jewellery, just above- Manufacturers' coat, thereby saving purchasers all wholesale and retail profit. The variety and beauty of our Necklets and Ear-rings is unequalled throughout Australia. Just look at some of these products of the Jewellers' Craft. We cordially Invite inquiries and correspondence from oar customers. We pay postage on all goods thai can be sent by ordinary or parcels post. Send for our Beautiful Illus trated Catalogue of Dainty Gifts. ti -• The Greatest Value ever offered. This Handsome Gold Necklet, set with Rood colour Amethyst and Pearls, only £2/10/. If preferred, can be had in Topaz and Pearls at the same price. 15ot....

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BEAUTY-DESTROYING NERVE AFFECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

BEAUTY-DESTROYING NERVE AFFECTIONS. Ageing blemishes can only be removed by the use of the true Nerve Food, "Antineurasthin," which revitalises the entire nervous system in a remiarkiable and permanent manner. Antineuras thin. Will help drawn, haggard, old-looking faces, marred by a network of disiigunng lines, to regain their youthful app^aranoc and charming contour ; the eyes will recover their tonner •brightness ' and charm, and the f \ea, instead of appearing, shrunken and emaciated, will become, smooth, graceful and glowing wlln perfect health. "Antineurasthin" is not a ilnig or patent medicine ; it is purely a Nerve Fo'Jd, and us 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 add to a woman's age. "Antineurasthin" is put up in handy tablets, Which are easily dissolved in the mouth ; it is convenient and palatable t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPUDENT INTERVIEWS. A WORD WITH THE W.P.A. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

impudent interviews. A WORD WITH THE W.P.A. "Any lady—y,ouug, old, middling, or chrono logically indefinite—who can be regarded as representative of the Women's Political Asso ciation ?" "Well ?" "You are the one. It is with regard to the resolution framed by your association, and sent off to Poor Asquith—who just now has troubles cwouWh of his own — condemning him for appointiln,© Sir Rbnald Munro Ferguson Governor-General of Australia without first con sulting the officials or the Women's Political Association." "\U have carried such a resolution. It has been sent to Asquith. Sir Ronald M.mro Fe'gnson voted aecainst womanhood suffrage ii. the House of Commons, which is a crime against civilisation as well as against the demo cratic principle for which Australia stands united." "So your resolution asserted with great pom po.':itv. But, reallv, you know, Australia doesn't stand united for anything of the kind. There arii very few things for which Australia stands united, and this is...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Ttl. 6790, Central. A. L,. CRICHTON, Caterer, Masonic Hall, Collins St., Melbourne. Factory—KENSINGTON. Uleh-aUss Catering Roauieltes on Hire. MISS AGNES MURPHY, THE BRILLIANT BIOGRAPHER OF MADAME MELBA. And Organising Secretary of the Quinlan Opera Co., Writes of Clements Tonic. In addition to enjoying the above great di: tincttions, Miss Agnes Murphy is regarded as one of the ablest of international lady journalists. Her opinion is worth reading, written from Hotham-street, Bast Melbourne, 2/8/13. "CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have sincere pleasure in informing you that. I have found Clements Tonic an excellent and most agreeable restorative after exhaustion due to overwork, and that as a brain and body builder I oan highly commend it. "(Signed) AGNES G. MURPHY." Members of any large theatrical companies whose long, exacting roles compel heavy, con tinuous 'brain and nerve taxation, should strengthen 'their systems and fortify 'their health . by the use of Clements Ton c. Theatrical art...

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