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The True Doctrine of Short Hours. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

The True Doctrine oi Short Hours. Seldom or never, in the contused stale of our cities, :does an agitation attain its object. Strikers crawl back to work with a compro mise giving an inch where ihey demanded an ell. A political movement falls dead after the public has been moved one step where fifty steps were hoped for. A reform in dress advances one short stage, and those wno have been advocating comparative nudity, or .veiling, or some other extreme become tired and reason able. Every agitation overshoots the mark. The agitators begin as enthusiasts, men and women who have seen the light, zealots who would with one rush sweep away all the old and instal a brand new. These are necessary to the world. We must have the zealot, or wc shall never' get the energy for leforms ; but how much more valuable is the man in the middle, the hard-thinking, cold-minded man who sees the faults on both sides, and at the cruoial moment leads everybody along the sate middle road ? It is because Grea...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church and Organ [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

Four farewell sermons by Rev.' .Ley ton Richards, Collins -; street ■- Independent " Church. The one which attracts our no tice most is on Christ's saying that he •does mot come to bring' peace," but a : sword. , Yet. he declares that he gives in ward peace to his followers, and they uni versally experience it. , Jesus foresees the stormy course of religious history. Such it, has been and will be. Christians are t-; 'only strangers and pilgrims in a foreign " world. Meanwhile, they must have pastors. J' Who is . to succeed Mr. Richards ? Al ''though-he is reticent on the matter, we i% , cannot help thinking he came to Mel $1 bourne under a delusion as to the pro'3 perity of the Collins-street Church. A k mere safe salarywill not satisfy him. He A'*" wants a live concern. Whether another • * JSniglishlman can be persuaded we' don't. know. Maybe they- will fraye to. fall back on a poor colonial. V ' : ' Did the walls of Jericho^fall flat ? A t-1 ' r German exploring expedition claims ...

Publication Title: Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

THE FASHIONABLE ■0"©!©|?!2G3o No. 1330. - PHOTOGRAPHER, ■mtmrnm-r [over^ql,w®. fta© FRY'S THE mm a -Alx /- CABLE C® c»- (inner-player wumc^ pi^mos 20O-2SZ BOURICE ST Melbourne, & AT BALL A RAT BE fie & IT&C -t h,=f 'Cojpjia am) SNftmoa -iaw 'xaatixs snihoo c > 'BHtu^snv jo agujo^v ,-oo v muni •© ■© , -r - • - . O* 'SajApB O0.JJ joj i©poui jo iidea8oioiidl ii puas 'uonuaAni anoiC -ji uiEjqo oj avoiihsV 'ssaasnsoj ©pjnS tj .^epino «s4o?u0An( A^o^ onxt, 4>looq s jo OAVT 14,1N31V<1 V NIV180 Ol A^OH ii ^'XhlEIANI OX XVHM „ pi-cw i *. ■£-b\ y,x-u4f<-± ^ *v -» ff Supplied by the Bottle; . ■ -Case-or-r^. Gallon atfe Wholesale Price. WHISKIES. Gatto'tt "White" .4/3 Catto's ■ Gold . 8/y Walker's - S/J, Dewar'B - - 3/9, 4/2 Buchanan a - - Watson s 10- " 4/3 Thome's - - £/2. Dawson s - - - 4/ Smlloch Lado' - 3/* D.C.Ii. Special - 3/3 Glen Novis - - 8/6 Dnnlop's - - - 3/6 Loch Doon - - 3/3 Highland Chief r : 3/? : Mitchell's - 2/6, 4/9 Do. Proo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

&3©fc08B MELBOURNE. J. K. SPEEDHS, Manager, Telephones 5666 (12 lines). ; CtoloraftaS '(tflofcQl 53 COLLINS STREET. ■ UNDE •" -NEW MANAGEMENT, Tel., Cent; 288/ 7619: T&bq ©a©0dl0wSal» COLLINS -ST.,' MELBOURNE; . Late United Service .Club ' Hotel. > M.: L. M'RAE, ■ Proprietress ' (Late .Manageress of .the Oriental). Central 1533. . . Shortly Rebuilding, Mineral SpringesHbt©1».: ••• . "PARMAIHOUSE,'V:. Daylesford, Hepburn, best acconimoda tion. two mlriutes from Springs, extent slve grounds,• hot and . cold -baths, tennis, cabs • to train.: Terms moderate. Publio Telephone at Parma House. ;Tele-. grains Transmitted and- Received. MRS. JEC. ROLLER!, Proprietress. ■ bblgetftl,'*1-- .. . . . ", . PARK ST.. SOUTH TARRA. : . Best Position in Melbourne. .' ■ . Residential Home. Trams pass, all V■ \v ~ ' Suburbs. Telephones . 2321 , and. 3356 Windsor. ;. E^awcSoviDfiQ MalS, CLENDONROAD, TOORAK. 2Usiduitl&l Mansion, within 6 minutes train and trajn. .- Tennis. .Larg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

,Y NINEPENCE. < - 'ff— Read Rll Over theM?0pM. £*7' . • • '7' - ■: - .' ' ] "PUNCH" OFFICE, MELBOURNE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

J. C. WILLIAMSON Ltd MELBOURNE ATTRACTIONS. Her Majesty's Theatre. Commencing at 7.50 sharp. J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD.'S STUPENDOUS PANTOMIME EXTRAVAGANZA, Based upon the Attractive Story of THE FORTY THIEVES. TWO ACTS. WITH SIXTEEN SCENES, 'CROWDED WITH ATTRACTIVE NOVELTIES AND FEATURES. 350 PEOPLE IN THE PRODUCTION. 350 Plan at Allan's. Royal. DSPLraAOY, An English Version of Victorien Sardou's "Dora." JULIUS KNIGHT, ^ Supported by TRENE BROWN and a Brilliant Company. Box plan at Allan's. Theatre Royal. SATURDAY, 14th FEBRUARY. Joseph and! His Brethren. THE GREAT PAGEANT PLAY. Princess's Theatre. Sole Proprietors ... GEORGE WILLOUGHBY LTD. DO NOT MISS SEEING The New, Original, Powerful and Exciting Drama of Life on the Sierras and Prairies of Mexico, The Pride of the Prairie Produced on a Scale of Unparalleled Splendour, And Superbly Interpreted by GEORGE WILLOUGHBY'S NEW DRAMATIC CO. Prices as usual. Box plan at Pianola Co., Menzies' Hotel, and Theatre. The fling's Theatre, Uader Sol...

Publication Title: Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

HOME FOR WORN-OUT MOTHERS. Millionaire Carnegie has founded a home, in America, for worn and tired out mothers. In Australia, till something of the sort Is estab lished, mothers should most carefully guard their health, especially at certain periods of their life. The Ladies' College of Health de votes itself specially to the health of mothers. A hook telling how the mother can restore herself to sound health bv the Orange T ilv Treatment will be sent free to any address if 2d. is remitted for postage. A mother -writes. "The knowledge your book imparts is worth a "uinea a page." Address, Dept. 92. Ladies' College of Health. Alexandra Chambers. 4B Rlizafreth-street. Melbourne..

Publication Title: Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

Hear what Miss Grace Rothert says of HEXONA .■ f @&r- | iiv Miss Grace Rothert, of Cooke and Rothert, who is now appearing with such great success in the Rickards Tivoli Circuit, is one of the world's most noted acrobatic dancers. The words of praise volunteered by such a well-known artiste as Miss Rothert, carry great weight, and should be of interest to all. 12th November, 1913. Rexona Proprietary Company, IS O'Connell Street, Sydney, Dear Sirs, I do want to tell you how line your Rexona Ointment is. I have travelled all over the world, and never have I come across anything like it. It was in South Africa that I first heard of it, when Master Howard had a nasty accident on the stage, injuring his face terribly. The poor boy war suffering intensely, and we did not know what to do until we were recommended by the Stage Manager, to use Rexona. We did; and it was marvellous how soon he was right again. Since then I have never travelled without a pot of Rexona Ointment, and 1 u...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Woman's Sphere. DUSTING GLOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

Woman's Sphere. DUSTING GLOVES. An economical and useful glove, suitable lor ~ dusting, etc., may be made out of about a-quarter of a yard of palatea or linen. In shape it resem bles a baby's first, plove. It can be easily cut out •jy placing the hand on the table, euttine the material, which has been doubled, in bac shape round the top of the finpers and shaping the thumb. Thru oversew the material between the first flnprer and the -thumb. These gloves may go to the week ly wash, and always be fresh and clean. This design cat: be carried out in crepe de ehene or a silken fabric or washing material, but If the tester the collar, cuffs and waist finish had better be of some contrasting washing material. The baoK of the skirt has no fullness at the waist : it har.irs straight, each of the flounces fluting out a little. Tfte vest mav be plain- or full. The body is cut in one. with the full-length or shorter sle«7e, that is, wide at the upper part. The skirt measures fit the lower edge ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

GRAVEL AND BLADDER TROUBLES. From Mr. J. Armstrong, grocer, Carrington road, Coogee, Sydney, N.S.VV. "I had been suffering from gravel, and after trying various remedies prescribed by the doc tor and getting no relief, my sister i' duced <i.e to try Warner's Safe Cure. Before I had finish ed the first bottlofuJ I was greatly relieved, and by the time 1 had used up the second bot tleful I was completely cured. I have told many of my friends of the wonderful benefit I have derived from taking Warner's Safe Cure, and feel confident that anyone suffering from the same complaint will derive groat benefit from taking, it as prescribed." From Mr. George Rose, South Morang, Vic toria. "I suffered from inflammation of the bladder, accompanied by painful urination, -which made life very miserable for me. Seeing accounts published of others who seemed to have been afflicted in the same manner that I was, and who had been cured by taking Warner's Safe Cure,' I decided to try what eff...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW YEAR AT BARWON HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

NEW YEAR AT BARWON HEADS. The New Year's Eve ball at Banvon Heads was a big success. It was organised this year by the . trustees of the Park Improvement Fund to augment tho funds. It was held in the 'hall adjoining Mt. Colite Hotel, which was nicely decorated with greenery and festoons of red and white flowers. Music was supplied from Geelong, and the supper was given by Mr. G. Golightly. Gaily dressed children led the Grand March, and performed the usual evolu tions well. At. midnight "Auld Lang Syne" was sung, and "Happy New ¥«ar" wishes were heard on every side. Among those present were : Miss Chomley, as a Cricketer. Master J. Hickie—Goblin. Miss Lydia Pohl—Sweet Seventeen. Mr. "V. Boldeman—Rajah of Bhong. R. Evans—Queen Elizabeth. K. M'Kewan— Cricketer. Miss Moriarty—Portia. Miss A. Turner evening dress. Miss Dowhng—evening dress. Miss Melba Dwjer—L'aby Girl. Dr. Prytz—Her Little Bro ther. Mrs. J. .]araieson—Eastern Lady. Mrs. A. Fedlar—Quaker Girl. Messrs. Fedlar and Jamieson...

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How To Double All Incomes. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

How To Double All Incomes. To say that every person in Victoria should lie twice as well oft as lie or she is seems ex travagant nonsense. It may even be regarded by the reader as an unseemly gibe at his sanity. It is an insult to his intelligence. Yet it is not far from the truth. We waste our property, our opportunities, and ourselves in lavish pro fusion. Is our industry organised to such an extent as to get 75 per cent, of his working capacity from every man ? No. Is our health conserved sufficiently to keep illness, unemploy ment, and mcdical expenses down to the irre ducible minimum ? No. Is the wealth of the soil exploited within 75 per cent, of its possi bilities, having regard to labour and capital available, and the application of scientific methods No. Compare, next time you walk the streets, the first grown man you see and the first' young hoy. Has the' man developed one-half of the possibilities of the boy, or one fourth, or one-fifth ? No. There is no blinking the fact...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURRENT NOTES. The Year Of Much Ado. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

OURRKMY MOTES. The Year Of Much Ado. Political disturbances worse than those of last year threaten to mar fbe happiness of 19 L4. Those who object to the din of party shnek ings, the immorality of party lying, and the trouble of choosing a party ticket would be better out of the country, for assuredly they will get no comfort in it, not even where the postman with his "arguments for and against the referendum*' does not intrude. We are to have a plethora of elections, Federal, State und municipal, and a wild competition between Par liaments to attract public attention. The State elections are fixed for October ; W. A. Watt confirms "Punch's" forecast: in that respect. VV. A. Watt also confirms the forecast published in -these columns that Federal elections may be expected in June or July. !3ut is he merely repeating the forecast, or has Mr. J. Cook told him something ? If Young Premier has given away an official secret, he is likely to get a paternal rebuke from Mr. Cook, who has ne...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON SPRINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON SPRINGS. The force of a spring is very largely affected, by temperature. The most accurately adjusted spring driven bhutter cannot be expected to be correctly graduated if it is used in a country or at an alt.i- ,u tude where, the temperature differs, perhaps t£s*fn^7 extent of forty or fifty degrees from that ' it was originally tested. Pneumatically shutters, when the spring is strong enouA&±j work them at all. are not appreciably afiectwiof VfiP- 1 Theoretically, they are more speedy atl <nfcjreLsfdi 1 altitudes ; but we have never beard of phiw-ic^ange being large enough to be noticeable. ' 1 ityl

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

PILES. Piles rarely kill, but they cause constant tor ture. This is especially true in the case of those who are ever so slightly constipated. Piles can be quickly and permanently cured, without pain, cutting, or detention from busi ness. This has been proved in thousands of cases in both sexes, and of all agcs, and in the very worst as well as in ordinary cases. No one who has not suffered the torments of Itch ing, Painful and Bleeding Piles can appreciate for a moment the marvellous sense of relief that follows the use of Doan's Ointment. Mr. Thomas Stevenson, 22 Cruickshank-street, Port Melbourne, says "For ten years 1 have been a suilerer from Itching Piles. I have been so bad at times 1 would have to leave my work and lay up for days. I suffered dreadfully at all times, but during the hot weather, and at night time, I was nearly driven mad. There is not a more trying ailment than Itching piles, for the irritation makes the uay miserable, and keeps you awake for hours at night. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

For Cool Comfort! This neatly-finished White Canvas Model is the City's Biggest Value at mor» popular than eve?. Como and criticlae our new full range. Note carefully the Low Prices. You'll own rou've never seen equal values anywhere. ASIC FOR CATALOGUE-FREE I LEEMING Shoe] Stores, 109 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE.. 257 -9 BOURKE STREET. MELBOURNE. 1-3 EliROL ST.. NORTH MELBOURNE 21R CHAPEL STREET. PRAHKAN. Tel. Cent. 1799. .The Brightest of all Shoe Shines, GAZEK.A Paste. Large tins, 6d. ! JANUARY 15, 1914. POSTAL RATBS FOR PUNCH To foreign countries the postage on newspapers is—For 4oz. or under. Id. : for each additional 2oz. or under, }d. To the United Kingdom, Id. up tf Soz. ; Soz. to 10oz., 2$d. ; «verv additional 2oz. §d. If sent wholly by sea, and not more than one newspaper in each wrapper, Id. for 16oz. This week the postage on "Punch" to the United Kingdom is 2Jd.; but if sent wholly by eea (wrapped siigly. Id., and to foreign countries, 2Jd; To any of the Australian States...

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DEVELOPING PORTRAIT NEGATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

DEVELOPING PORTRAIT NEGATIVES. The development of portrait negatives does not call for much remark. Some of the plate-makers Kive separate developer formulae for portrait work, bu% these are not necessary. Any developer which is suitable for general landscape photography, for snapshots, etc., will do just as well for portraiture. The one thing, to guard against is over-development. «nd it is? for this reason that different formulae are given. Tliey will be found to be for much weaker developer;!, and so automatically check the ten dency of the photographer to carry the operation too far. One may bring about the same result by adding water to the ordinary developer, say to tho extent of equal parts. This does not give a differ ent image, it must be understood. All it does ia to make 1he : development slower, thus giving rnore time in which to decide whether it is wise to carry development further or not. A properly developed portrait negative will look very muen thinner than a proper...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

Little Girl Wonderfully Restored to Health. A Puny Weak Child with Rheumatism—Now Healthy and Active through Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. In the district of No. 4 Charles-Street, 15r skineville, Sydney, neighbours point out little May Allport, as she passes on her way to school. As a child they never expected to see her strong and active. She is now lourteen—a healthy growing girl—but from the age of seven for years she was a puny little invalid, racked ^ith the pains of Rheumatism. The mother . thanks Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for the fact that her little girl can run and play like other chUdren. To a reporter who interviewed her Mrs. All port said :—"May was little better than a help less invalid for years. She is now a very bright :and active girl in her.- fourteenth year, but when she was seven she was attacked with Rheu matism. and muscular wasting. So severe, was the attack, and so helpless did she become that she was known and spoken of by the neighbours as "the little girl with ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MASKING. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

MASKING. Masking need not be confined to contact printing. It will oiten be found most effective when applied to an enlargement. The post-card substance, bro miJe oaptr, may be used, masked during exposure with a large sheet of black paper, having the re quired opening in it. The enlargement may be plate-marked by placing it, face downwards, on a sheet of {.tout card of the required size, and rub bing the back, where the edstes of the card come, with some smooth object, such as the handle of a knife.

Publication Title: Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

4 EX A' WILL MAKE DELICIOUS FRUIT CORDIALS at one third the usual cost. 6d. bottle (enough for one aud n.-half hottles of Cordlai) posted free on receipt of 6d in stamps, the name of this paper and the name of your grocer. C. M BROOKE & SONS, SOUTH MELBOURNE, makers of the famous "Lemos" Sauash and Coflee Eas^nc*. MifestlM, §i$pspsi®,§ Can h>* cured (guurant";d) by taking 66 34l€lf9P The Finest Liver Tonic in existence. All ..•hemlBts. 2/ per bottle. O. J. LAWSON, Pharmacist, © 12o GBRTRUDE STREET. PITZROY © PEDl^ POMADE for the Head, strikes infest ing vei-min dead. One application destroys Vor min, kills nits, heals sores, cures rinjjworm. 1/ everywhere, or by poat.—Small, 1/2 ; larjje. 2/3 extra lnrpe, 3/9. Vit combB, 6d. extra.—BKIN Chemist, East MnKcrn, Victoria.

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