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Melbourne Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

Melbourne Shows. —Her Majesty's. "The Forty Thieves." v —Theatre Royal. "Diplomacy." (Saturday.) —Princess's. "Pride of the Prairie." (Sat.) —King's Theatre. "The Land of Nod.' —Opera House. Tivoli Vaudeville Company. —Melba Theatre. Continuous Photo-plays. —Britannia Theatre. Continuous Photo-plays. —Royal Picture Theatre, Windsor. Photo-plays. —St. Kilda Beach. The English Pierrots. —Follies' Theatre. St. Kilda. "The Daffodils." —"The Dandies." Esplanade, St. Kilda. —Luna Park. . Esplanade, St. ICllda. —The Casino. Esplanade, St. Kilda.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

TYE & CO.'s Summer Sale NOW ON. BARGAINS in FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOS, and all HOME FURNISHINGS at their City and Suburban Stores.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREENROOM GOSSIP ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

GREENROOM GOSSIP ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. " "N.M.L." (Carlton).—'Address c/o London Lyceum. "Tim" (East Melbourne).—Don't know for certain. Probably next month, at the Royal. "D.N." (City).—1. Julius Knight. 2. Princess's Theatre. February, 1897. "S.B." (City).—Can't remember full cast, but Madame Slapoffski, Miss May Beatty, Lempriere Pringle, and Edward Lauri were some of it. At the St. James Theatre, London, the other day G-ranville Barker tried to harrow his audi ence's feelings with a production of "The Witch," John Mansfield's English version' of Wiers Jenssen's Norwegian play. "The Witch" deals with terrible portents and terrible emo tions. all aroused by a lady's unseemly fond ness for the society of her stepson. The lady, Anne, was thrillingly taken by Miss Lillah 'M'Carthy, and Mr. Denis Neilson Terry enacted the frivolous youth aforesaid. A weird presen tation of an old hag was given by Miss Janet Achurch, so well remembered in Australia, while a faithful picture of a b...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sydney Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

Sydney Shows. —Her Majesty's Theatre. "Come Over Here." —Tivoli Theatre. Riokards's Tivoli Company. —Adelphi. "Aladdin" Pantomime. —Criterion. "Officer 666." —Palace Theatre. "A Day at the Races." —Theatre Royal. "Miss Elizabeth's Prisoner." -Rushc'jtters' Bay. "The Great White City."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

Kruse's FBfflld Magnesia S58K2SL. A MILD AFBKIENT FOR LADIES AOT> CHILDREN. Beaatlfnl Harbour Views. Unturpassed Accommodation. Moderate Tariff. The Hotel has recently undergone ExtenBlvo Up-to-date Alterations. For particulars, write to the Proprietor, L. PATJLSBN (bate Captain ffortb_Coanj Steamers). Tattersal For Excellent &YOWMV. Aaoommodatlon. Everything Up-to-Dnta *rlte sir 'phone for particular!, MANAGER. Tel«.—City 728, n.nd Central 1988, The MARBLE BAB attached li th* handiomsst 4><H? 1b Aqrtral»sta

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CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR AT "PARMA "HOUSE." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR AT "PARMA "HOUSE." The usual round of festivities at this popular resort commenced with a concert on Boxing Night, arranged -by Mrs. R. Leverett and Mr. C. P. Glen non. A long and varied programme was received with1 enthusiasm. Miss North Barrett's fine con tralto charming her hearers in "Sink, Red Sun." and "Leaves in the Wind." Misses M. Proud and Greenlaw. Messrs. G. P. Glennon and Claude Dun can contributed songs. Recitations, by Messrs. Sol Bloom and Isaacs were well received. Ragtime items by Messrs. Taylor and Clack, mandoline trio, solos, and monologue by Messrs. V. Smith, L. M'Brien and members of the Jiggies' Club- and Ragtime Band completed one of the best concerts ever given at "Parma House." The accompani ments were in the capable hands of Mr. C. Paul Gl'jnnon and Miss Mongan. The same artists gave a sacred concert on Sunday evening. Progressive eivihre was [ playod by a large party on Saturday evening. Valuable prizes were competed for, and tverc...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MRS. GEORGE ROLFE. HOSTESS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

MRS. GEORGE ROLFE. HOSTESS. Mr. and Mrs. G. Rolfe, who have just returned to their seaside home in Warrnainbool, arc already entertaining in their usual hospitable manner. Mrs. Rolfe is the president of the Ladies' Rowing Club, and during the afternoon entertained its members at tea, which was served on the beautiiul lawns of her residence, "Lyndoch," on the banks of the Hop kins, Warrnambool. Mrs. E. Findley (the captain) proposed the health of the president (Mrs. Rolfe), and at - the same time thanked her for her kindness and generosity to the club. Mrs. Rolfe, in reply, expressed her thanks for the manner in which her health had been proposed and honoured, and said that she had always taken the warmest interest in the club, and that she hoped to have the pleasure of entertaining the members of the club at the annual regatta for many years to come ; also, that she trusted that before long the ladies would have a substantial rowing shed of their own. The races were watched with gre...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARTISTS AT THE OPERA HOUSE NEW YEAR AT "TOOLANGI HOUSE." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

BARTON' AND ASHLEY, The Brisk and Breezy Americans now appearing at the Opera House, Melbourne. ARTISTS AT THE OPERA HOUSE TUB FIVE PETLEYS, The great Trampoline Artirts, now appearing at the Opera House, Melbourne. MISS SELMA BRAATZ, Now appearing at the Opera House, Melbourne. Photo by Morrison, Chicago. NEW YEAR AT "TOOLANGI HOUSE." "Toolangi House" was a scene of great excite ment on 31st December. A number of the visitors appeared in fancy dress for the annual New Year party. Some very pretty and original costumes were- worn, all of which were made up on trie spur of the moment. Among those present were—Mrs. VV. Thomas, who looked very handsome as "Powder and Patches." The Misses Madge Wallace and Muriel Atkin (Gcnlong) made very effective Aus tralian Bash Girls. Miss Yuill went as Britannia, and her younger sister as a Daughter of Japi'n. Miss Muriel Hanson was eficctivc as Minnehaha, and Miss D. Donaldson as Lady Mary Carlisle. Miss MWaughton was a Daughter of the Harem, and ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR AT "GRACEDALE HOUSE." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR AT "GRACEDALE HOUSE." "Gracudalc House,"- situated so beautifully among the mountains at Healesville, the most popular rendezvous for holiday-makers, was this year stormed by a large number of visitors. The weather being delightful, all outdoor amusements wero entered into with great vim, the tennis court and croquet lawn being in great demand. At tennis Miss_C....Colyin, of Hob art, proved, unconquerable. Those not interested in the above sports occupied their time sight-seeing—picnic, dri^ng and walking parties visiting all the numerous beauty spots which abound. During the evenings music and dancing were indulged in, while the card tables and billiard room were well favoured. On Saturday- evening, 27tb Deeamber, Mr. Scott Leslie, the popular cha racter actor, assisted by Miss L. Knight (soprano), gave a very successful entertainment in the lounge. Mr. Leslie's sketches and songs were exceptionally clever, and gave immense amusement to the large,J audience, ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

WHERE TO GO. See Inaide Front Cover. v "OSMArt" GIVES AN AIR Of COMFORT & REFINEMENT TO THE ROORfl, 8YA M PE© " ©SMIiK' EVBRV STSVS VAttOS. Ot>aaiff3CiE?0o Qsmm all mm supers ■ m—i Are You as Fat as she is ? If so, j Remember Formettcs 5/3 Will Make You Thin. Aponts.—Foy and fiibson, CollinKWood ; Maclellan :md Co.. The Hif? Store, 1'rahran : Bowen and Co . Swanston-st.: or direct from S. II. IlEN'SIIALL, 21(> Clarendon-street. South Melbourne. licks, Atkins®! I Sots Pty. Ltd. THE COLLINS STREET HOUSE. January Clearance Sale Some of the Many Bargains : , Ladies' Coloured Tulle Rufilcs. Usual prices, 3/11. 4/11 : Sale price, 2/11. White Embroidery Flouncings. 40 inches wide. Usual price, 18/0 Sale price, 9/11. LacHes' Natural Wool Summer-weight Combinations. IJsu.tl price, JO/!); Sale price, 0/11. Ladies' Woollen Golf Jerseys, in' Rood wearable colours. Us'ial price, 35/0 ; Sale price, 23/6. Ladies' Opera Coats. Usual price, ">•} pnR. : Sale prico, 4J gns. Ladies' Re...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOCIAL. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

soemL. Coming Events. Notifications under this head are charged at tbe rate oi 1/ lor three lines (about 18 words) per innertion. The Manager resei ves the right to cut down any notice exceeding three lines. 1st April. 1014. find Four Following Days.—Bazaar, Pra.hr.un Town Hall, in aid of Alfred Hospital. April.—Loan Exhibition of Old Furniture, Silver, China, etc.. in aid of Arts and Crafts Society and Repertory Thoatre Fund, Federal Government House. President, Lady Dcnman : lion, treas.. Lady OesWeli : hon. organising see... Miss Mary Chomley. May, 1914.—Early in month. Repertory Theatre Fund Ball. In the presence of the Governor General and Lady Denman. Melbourne Town Hall. Tickets 10/6. Hon. sec., Mrs. Gregan M'Mahou. Oxford Chambers.

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HOLIDAY-MAKING AT LORNE [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

HOLID'AY-MA KTNtt AT T.niWTC "Erskiue House," Lorne, was filled with visitors 'luring the holiday season. On Boxing Night a suc cessful musical romance was held. The winners were Miss Mabel Mattingley and Miss Hutchison. A euchre party was given on Saturday, 27th De cember. The urize-winners were as follows :—Ladies, Mrs. Kiyg (Ballarat) and Miss 13. Bisset (Sey mour') ; jventlenien, Mr. K. Fenton (Melbourne) and Mr. Rose. (Melbourne^. A cricket match was held on Monday, ■'29th December, between the "Erskine TTouse" visitors and the loual. team. The following is • a list of the visitors :—Miss Absalom, Mrs. Anthony, sen., Mr. Anthony, jun.. Miss Arfliley, Mr. and Mrs. Braid, Miss Barric, Miss Brophy, Miss Bell, Mr. Bowden, Misses Bissott (2), Mr. Brook, Miss Bennett. Misses Barlow (21, Mr. Bass, Mr. Boyd, Misses Burnett (21. Miss Bertoau, Mr. B. Olemencc, Misses Campbell (21. Miss Cockiner. Mr. and Mrs. Gollimrwood. Mr. and Miss Cook. Mr. Oltrke, Mr. Cox, Mr. Crcascr, Mr". Oaro, Mr....

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

NOTES. On the subject of rules, we presume that the time is near when some of those antiquated para graphs miscalled ''rules" will receive some atten tion from the proper quarter. We are always hear ing of disputes and opinions, the end of it being generally that someone remains unconvinced. f The rules relating to "jacks," ' dead ends," "mat," and others want a good deal of amending, s,nd the sooner the Detter. It actually stands to the credit (?) of the Vic torian Bowling Association that some time ago a resolution was passed in committee to "deal with" a certain make of bowl. Something suggestive of "holding a brief" for other makes of bowl was hurled at this briefly lived resolution, and it faded into thin air. Now we find it becoming a universal thing, the weighting objected to. and bowlers are falling over each other to secure what the com mittee in its "wisdom" wanted to wipe out. The question was asked of a recent visitor to England—"Where is the game strongest in Aus tralia...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Groupings in "THE FORTY THIEVES," The J. C. Williamson Pantomime at Her Majesty's Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

Groupings in "THE FORTY THIEVES," The J. C. Williamson Pantomime at Her Majesty's Theatre. GRAND FINALE.—"DRUMS OP ALL NATIONS." PAGEANT OF AUSTRALIAN PRODUCTS. A STREET IN SHAK-RA. /V! ' \ THE BLACK AND WHITE SCENE.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bowls. CITY CARNIVAL. PAIRS WON BY STANHOPE AND LEWIS. HOLDOWAY WINS RINK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

Bowls. By "loom«ra»«." ^ CITY CARNIVAL. PAIRS WON BY- STANHOFE AND LEWIS. HOLDOWAY WINS RINK.. The successful City Tournament was brought to a conclusion on Saturday, when some highly in teresting games were played. It was an ideal day for play, and the rinks being well protected the play was of a very high order. The final game in the Pairs was played between rinks skipped by Stanhope (3.M.O.C.) and Chester field (Middle Park), who are friends and neighbours. Both are old, seasoned players, and know all the points% of the game. After some fine leading on both tides (Lewis, particularly, putting in. some goo«l work). Stanhope won ny 8 points. The other games were as interesting. It .looked as though Messrs. Lusty and Hotchin were going to be returned the winners : but Chesterfield* and Bi'tltr carried too many guns, and the Canterbury skip, had to go under this time. The Sinl; Tourney was won by Holdoway's rink after many strenuous games. It is an unusual thing not to see North Fitz...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

Style... | Supremacy I In Corsetry! l who aspire to a decided & I After much tribulation of thought, many women distinctive note in dress have found the haven Qf satisfaction is only at tained h\> wearing French Corsets No other make is possible to the woman who seeks I the true fashion note of ^ style and effect, because French Corsetierres are the only authoritative style creators—they have too much originality to imitate, as the!p are imi tated less experienced ^ makers. The finest ^ French Corsets are the ^ world famous• ^ S? Rustless Corsets all drapers sell them.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

MITCHELL'S OLD IRISH WHISKY, MILD, MELLOW, MATURED.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

ONLY ONE WAY TO SHAKE IT OFF. Backache will get worse and worse until the Kidneys are Cured. Don't look at backache as merely a muscular pain that will pass away with rest. There is a deeper trouble. Nine times out of ten it is the kidneys that throb and ache, and there can be no re lief until the kidneys are given help. The kidneys have a big work to do. All the blood in the body is coursing through the kidney filters constantly, to be freed of' uric poisons. It is a heavy enough task when the kidneys are well, but a cold, chill, fever, or' some thoughtless ex posure, or over dulg'ence in liquor, tea, beer, or coffee is likely at any time to irritate, inflame, and congest the kidneys, and interrupt the purifying work. Then the aching begins, and is usually accom panied with some irregularity of the urine—too frequent passages, sediment in the urire, scanty, painful passages, or blood in the urine. Thousands testify to the wonderful" merit of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, a remedy f...

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SEASIDE GAMPERS [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

MR. WATT (reassuringly*. —" They're not all new, but they're all good. Try the lot.'*

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SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 8 January 1914

SOCIETY. Their Excellencies the Governor-General and Lady Denman must thoroughly understand what is meant by a strenuous life, for they only arrived from their West Australian trip on Mon day morning, and on Tuesday they gave a Garden Party at Government House in honour of the American Baseball Players, who are touring the "world. Lord Denman had, in the morning, performed the Investiture Ceremony of the Royal honours conferred in June last. At the Garden Party Their .Excellencies, both, looking exceedingly well after their trip to the West, played the host and hostess in their usual heart-whole and genial manner, and made the visitors feel at home "sure." The Ameri cans, who are all pleasant and chatty folks, seemed to enjoy the function and the glorious weather. Ted Sullivan, who is regarded as the doyen, if not actually the father, of American baseball, arrived a little late, and had a hearty reception from1 his fellow-tourists, who applaud ed him heartily. Naturally, the lioneVm...

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