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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

Kugelmasin's Pure Herbal Skin ^ Soap, "BEAUTY'S AID." Free Sample Sent on Receipt of Twopenny Stamp. Kugelmarm's Pure Herbal Skin Soap may be ob tained at all Chemists, Drapers, and Storekeepers throughout Australasia at 2/6 per box of three large tablets. If not obtainable locally, send postal note or stamps of any State, to the value of ?•/ (including postage), when box will be posted per return, mail. Sole Proprietors : H. E. ICUGELMANN AND CO.. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS and MANUFACTURERS, 14-10 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE; PITT ST., SYDNEY ; and at ADELAIDE and BRISBANE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

60Q MKDICINB. 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/G box : Canker Lotion, 2/6 bot.; Eczema Cure (internal), 2/6 bot.: Eczema Ointment, 1/6 tin ; Stimulating Liniment for Rac ing Greyhounds, 3/6 : Husk Cure, 2/6 bot.; Chorea Pills, 2/6 ; DOG SOAP. 9d. : Puppy Worm Syrup. 1/6 ; Internal Stimulant. 2/6 ; Skin Lotion. 2/fi. Postajjo extra. DOG BISCTTITS. Shirley's Lactol and Worm Capsules stocked. R. W. BEDDOME & CO., CHYMISTS. 254 B0URK.E STREET. Opposite Opera House. Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

ON BABY'S FACE Almost Covered that Part of Face. Festered and Inflamed. Also On Fingers and Knee. Used Cuti cura Soap and Ointment. Face Now Quite Healthy. "Wando," Wilby Wilby, N. S. W.—"My baby's chin broke out in the form of a pimple and gradually spread until the sore almost covered that part of her face. It would fester and all become inflamed. ■ There were also the same sores on her fingers and knee. I tried several remedies without success. One day I saw an advertisement for the Cuticura Remedies, so I got some Cuticura Ointment, which I used along with Cuticura Soap, which I had been using for two years, and in four days I could notice a vast difference, and now after three weeks my baby's face is quite healthy.' I think Cuticura Soap and Ointment splendid for the skin and hair." (Signed) Mrs. L. M. Cook, January 7, 1913. FOR PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS The following is a lnost effective and eco nomical treatment: Gently smear the af fected parts with Cuticura Ointment, on the en...

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Bowls. PENNANT. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

Bowls. By "Boomerang." PENNANT. History continues to repeat itself, with re gard to Richmond Union. Again the Collins-Mac gillicuddy combination has asserted itself, and got Richmond to the fore. It was understood that North JPitzroy would have a tough contract at Richmond, and they duly lost ; but, with all re spect to Richmond's victory, I think the tables will be turned at North Fitzroy. Wallace docs not seem to succeed as he used to, and was down again on this occasion. But the game was not lost in that rink. "Tommy" Has IllEi had bitten off more than he could chew when he drew against Collics's rink, and lost by twelve points. Th6 game was undoubtedly lost and won in this rink. With five against, however, in the last end, which he made into four for his own side through the jack rebounding, there was the element of luck, which is inseparable from the game. That made a difference of nine to the side, and the match was won by seven. And they say, "Don't drive." Draw the shot. In ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

Mitchell's Old Irish Whisky Unrivalled for Age, Quality and Excellence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

FOR SALE.—3 Docs and 3 Bitches, 6 weeks old. by Kilmeadon (Iviltnainham—Pop) from Whirlwind by General Booth—Dewy Morn. Full brothers and sisters in blood to the champion Dad, Dusky Damsel and Billy BunRel. Price, £5/5/ each. H. M'Mahon, No. 5 Herman-street, Adelaide. STUD DOGS sX?908. O©©!9 H©t© Weight. B0». Clear Note is a splendidly-bred do?, bainar b7 that •champion aire, Senator, from Songbird n. He only ran in two stakes. winning one, and 1b very fast. He is the last direct representative of Songbird. •Clear Noie fs half-brother. to Gold Bar, Klnr ot Scots, Full Captain, Bu^le Call (the New Zealand Champion), Pure Tenor, Drum Major and other good performers. Fee. £8/8/. For further particulars, ipplr to S. WALSH. Churah-ot.. Corowa. H.8.W. —Remnant. A troader lully fast, game and clever dojr who beat the mighty Bulwark, won Bendlgo Cup and numerous stakes. Siro of Life Guard, Garnook Chief, Captain Gold emith, also Fair Maiden, dam of Black Pan, otc. ■lack Tar has sired winner...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

Physical Training in Schools & Colleges. VU E invito Principals and Head Master? " to confer with lis in regard to the formation of classes in all or any of tlie branches oi Physical Culture. On our stall are four fully qualified instructors, and our College is recognised by the Victorian Council of Educatioa as an Institation for the Training of Teachcrs of Physical Training. THE TRAINING OF JUNIOR AND SENIOR CADETS A SPECIALTY. WRIT.K FOR TERMS. THE VICTORIAN COLLEGE of Hygiene and Physical Training Zercho's Building) 157 Collins St. Vyijmmmgg Cash lor Happiness ! Take a Kodak with you wherever you go this Summer, and you will'have a great chance of winning one of the Prizes in the Great Kodak £500 Happy Moments Competition—you may even win the First Prize of £100. Your snapshots may be the first you have ever taken. They will be good enough if they are happy enough. Beginners must win 20 Prizes. Get a "Happy Moments" BooKlet. Everybody should have a copy of. " Happy Momen...

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MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

MUSIC. By "Orfeo." We are now in the torpid season so far as music is concerned. . Teachers and students, per formers and audiences are mostly far away exploring the Australian bush, or dipping in the attractive briny. We take this opportunity tfor drawing attention to the iuct tint 1913 (that number "13" again) has been the most bril liant musical season in the annals of the Com monwealth. Indeed, we would ask, has any city in the world given, in addition to two servings of Wagner's noble "King" music drama, such an array of grand operas as Mr. Quinlan, through the support of oi'r public and the brilliant qualifications of his company, has done in. i this sam'e year ? Then we have had such 'great singers as Mr. Bispham', the most scholarly baritone we have ever heard ; the ever-popular Butt-Rumford combination , Ma dame Nordica's fine company ; and the great Irish tenor, John M'Oormack, who confesses he takes 'away, as the result of his persuasive elog'uence, in his own vocal right...

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HOW HISTORY IS MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

HOW HISTORY IS MADE. During the visit o£ the American Baseballers the Melbourne public gained .some idea as to the m'anner in which effective living pictures are obtained. On the Cricket Ground one of the cinematographers who are travelling round the world with the teams came over to a knot of the spectators and addressed them : "Boys, I want you to help me. We are goin>j; to show the living--pictures In .America, and let the people see what isports'you Australians are, sure. Now, I'll stand against the fence when the operator starts tli2 handle, you take oil your hats and wave them and grin and cheer, just, as if you were tickled to death. And I'll look glum and sour. Now, let her go!" The operator start ed, the crowd barracked and waved their hats frantically whilst the American gnashed his teeth and danced a pas de disappointment. "Splendid," said he.wihen the film was finished. "Nbw, we'll just suppose that the visitors are playing Hades with your chaps. You pull long faces a...

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THE ROYAL SHOW, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

THE ROYAL SHOW, SYDNEY. The firjt entries for the Show (which takes place this year irom 7th April to 15th April) close, for wheat on the 20th January. Notices have been sent in by • a number of farmers who have not pre viously exhibited that they intend to compete at this Show. No doubt a much larger exhibition of the best wheats of the State would be possible if the entries could be taken at a later date ; but, owing to the fact that the wheats are subjected to the milling test in order to be fairly judged, it is necessary that the samples be 011 hand before the end of -January. Farmers who regard the reputa tion of New South Wales wheats in the export mar kets as worthy of their special consideration should be attracted by the opportunity of showing at the P.cyul Show. All the first prize wheats at the Royal are bought bv the Government and despatch ed to England for exhibition in the Corn Ex changes of the Old Country, and also on the Con tinent. This provides an excellent adver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

A WONDERFUL AVERAGE. NOT LUOK, BUT THE HIGHEST ORDER OF MERIT! m THE TWO GREATEST TESTS FOR RELIABILITY YET HELD IN AUSTRALIA Continental , Tvr^Q U J m GAIN AN EASY FIRST! Interstate Motor Reliability Contest, Melbourne—Sydney. Out of 28 Starters, 8 Choose CONTINENTALS, with the following results: FIRST ... A. V. TURNER, • 25 h.p. "BENZ" SECOND ... G. F. HILL ... 15 h.p. " TALBOT" THIRD • • A. HOETTE 12 h.p. "BENZ" FOURTHP. MEYER 12 h.p. « BENZ" And THREE, W. A. SORRELL, 38 h.p. " CADILLAC," H. B. PHIPPS, 44 h.p. " HUDSON" G . H. SINDEN, 11 h.p. " ADLER," Secured MedaSlions, having Scored Not Less than 650 Points out of a Possible 700. PRETTY SALLY CLIMB: (First Day) HILL FIRST ON CONTINENTALS SECOND ON CONTINENTALS FASTEST TIME ON CONTINENTALS BULLI PASS HILL CLIMB: (Fourth Day) FIRST ON CONTINENTALS SECOND ON CONTINENTALS THIRD ON CONTINENTALS FOURTH ON CONTINENTALS CONTINENTAL INTERSTATE MOTOR CYCLE RELIABILITY CONTEST, SYDNEY—MELBOURNE. Continental Cup Won by H. Jenkins, Goulbur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

GEELONG: Gherrnghap St. •PHONE 1582. SOLE DISTRIBUTING AGENTS Aries, Abbott, D.B.S. Valveless, Hupmobile, Swift, and Straker-Squire Cars. AISO STANDARD COMMERCIAL VEHICLES. MELBOURNE: 618-24 Elizabeth St. N. 'PHONE 5306.

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FIRE IN CHAPEL ST., PRAHRAN DESTRUCTION OF THE COLOSSEUM AND THE PRAHRAN TOWN HALL, SUNDAY, 11th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

FIRE IN CHAPEL ST., PRAHRAN DESTRUCTION OF THE COLOSSEUM AND THE PRAHRAN TOWN HALL, SUNDAY, 11th JANUARY. Photos Yy Livingstone Muntz and Allan Studios. The Imperial Government is reduced to the necessity of framing a measure to prevent smug gling by airmen, and a bill having that object is to be introduced next session. Apparently the existing measure takes into consideration no possibility of smuggling into Great Britain apart from, the overseas route. It did not, for instance, conceive the idea of a smuggler in France shooting goods into England with the assistance of a 100-ton gun, and when tne measure was framed it was thought that men would smuggle with aeroplanes when the pigs began to fly. The pigs have begun to fly (there are air hogs as well as road hogs), and have taken advantage of the opening to give wings to French cognac and German tobacco, and silks, and lace, and diamonds, and similar trifles that are taxed at the Customs as luxuries. These flying men are very fly, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

"A LITTLE LOVE, A LITTLE KISS.' (" UN PEU D' AMOUR." The most popular Melody published for years. The success of Europe and America. Piano Solo, Song and Waltz Arrange ments. Each price 1/9 net. CHAPPBLL & CO. LTD., •238 FLINDERS LANE. MELBOURNE. MAY BE HAD OF ALL .MUSIC SELLERS. A Really High-class I Enclish Piano, that will satisfy the most critical. Sole .Ayenfca Melbourne Adda id* Bendigo Ccclong Enthusiastically spoken of by the most" prominent Musicians in England

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A WIZARD OF THE WIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

A WIZARD OF THE WIRE. The present century sees many marvels in the way of invention, skill and daring, and what a few years back would be regarded as an im possibility is now demonstrated, to be an abso lute fact—proved beyond question by that su preme test that "seeing is believing." There is at present an apt illustration of this in the performance of Oalvert, the Wizard of the Wire, who is now appearing nigriclv at Luna Park. Calvert's exhibition would have been regarded as a miracle that was simple impossible in the • • —« —.1~.? +>.,» Cla clr lilii. CJ.OJ.O UIIUW *T ~ t days when the celebrated Blondin ruled as the unrivalled King of the Air. The slow, cumbrous / preparation and performance of that time would appear slow and amateurish beside the lightning quickness and extraordinary skill and powers of balance displayed by the " quick wire" artist at Luna Park. Calvert's- complete performance occupies bare- I ly twenty minutes, and is accomplished in mid- 1 air upon a wire ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

V RETIRED SCHOOL MISTREvSS, ONE OF THE MOST BRILLIANT -EXAMPLES TO HER PROFESSION, WRITES OF CLE MENTS TONIC. One of the most brain-racking of duties is that >f public school teaching, correctly training the pupils for examination. These worries make icrvous breakdown and insomnia common - ail ments of the public sohool teachors. This letter is from a lady who for a long -number of years has been an active, brilliant example to her pro fession, having held several high appointments in the Educational department of New South Wales. To every school teacher in Victoria to-day this testimony appeals with commanding force, showing what a nerve-soothing, insomnia-killing and health - restoring m'edicine they have in Clements Tonic. Miss Card well writes from her residence, "Coree," 45 Booth-street, Annan dale, Sydney, 27/8/13, thus : — CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "The ever-oonstant strain on the nerves of a public sahool teaoher soon brings on a low state of the whole system. In my case it was...

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A NOTABLE ENGAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

A NOTABLE ENGAGEMENT. MISS EDNA ARNOLD, Only daughter ol the much-esteemed and brilliant actor, the late Charles Arnold, -.f '"TTrtir. the Boatman" fame. " MR. MARTIN LEWIS (Her Fiance), who is appearing with such success as Julian Beauclerc with the .Tnlius Knicht Company in "Diplonjaas^**^"' LADY ALLAN. THE NEW KNIGHT. SIR I1ARRY BROOKES ALLAN (Professor H. B. Allan, M.D., B.Sc., Pro fessor of Pathology, Melbourne University, oinw 1892. and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine). THE GREAT CALVERT. THE WORLD'S GREATEST HIGH-WIRE ARTIST. Now appearing at Luna Park, St.' Kilda.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

KEL8EY'8 ' SEA-SICKNESS PIASTER The Now OUTWARD Cure. •Tea Woarlis One." 9 (Makes EveryVoyage a Pleasure Trip. £ ABSOLUTELY PREVENTS SEA-SICKNBiSS. fj Obtainable Leading Chemists, t Write for booklet, post free from Mo. 1(S ' (3rd floor), Stook Exchange Buildings, Mel | bourno. Visitors to Melbourne Dine at Cafe Francatelll, The Centreway, Collins St. THE CAFE FRANCATELLI OCCUPIES THE MOST CENTRAL POSITION in Melbourne, and is of tbe highest modern type, replete with everything that can con duce to the healthy refreshment and re in vigoration of the patrons at a moderate tariff. Table D'Hote Meals and Theatre Suppers at fixed prices and a la carte. Light Luncheons and Afternoon Teas a Speciality. Special Dinner Parties, Afternoon Teas, Banquets, &c., &c., can be arranged by application to MR. KARL W. KLEYfl, Manager. The public are invited to inspect the kitchenB. Telephone, Central 3933. The whole of our spacious Cafe is now devoted to Afternoon Tea Rooms. OPERA GLA...

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ISLE OF WIGHT FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

ISLE OF WIGHT FANCY DRESS BALL. , For years past visitors to that popular holiday hpuse, tne Isle. of Wight Hotel, Cowes, have held a fancy dress ball on New Year's Eve. The func tion has always been a success ; but this year all previous efforts were surpassed. About one hundred and twenty guests took pari, and the sight was a very brilliant one. Most of the characters were impromptu, the costumes being made on the day of the bull. The judges appointed (Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Warburton and Mr. A. A. Manzie) to award prizes had a most difficult task in awarding same, for the most original and best sustained charac ters. as the majority portrayed were excellent. The prisit-.s were awarded as follows : Most, original character (lady), Mrs. M. H. Fogarty as a Christ mas, Tree. This costume was greatly admired. She was dressed from head to feet with cypress bran ches in the shape of a Christmas Tree, and deco rated with a mechanical duck on the crown of the head, and from that down the "tree"...

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THE AMERICAN BASEBALLERS IN MELBOURNE. MATCHES ON M.C.C. GROUND. 7th and 8th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 15 January 1914

NEW YORK GIANTS. r£L > CHICAGO WHITE SOX TEAM. M ;i 'A ) ^ tmsaarr- vaygr- neaiaH:* •>. LADY ENTHUSIASTS.—WATCHING BASEBALL BEHIND THE BARS. SPECTATORS -ye^S-BES: A v<' . i\ I I ■ nwiwiiiniiii. n LORD D1I/NMAN THROWS THE FIRST BALL. THJ5 VICTOJtUAN TEAM. k. mir ■-! ■■■■in i ' : ; TIIOJU'L", THE WORLD'S CHAMPION ATHLETE, HITS 4 HOME RUN, THE AMERICAN BASEBALLERS IN MELBOURNE. MATCHES ON M.C.C. GROUND. 7th and 8th JANUARY. Photos by Allan Studios. "Nenagh,"' The Grove, Morelaiid, presented a very festive appearance on New Year's Day, when Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tucker entertained about a hundred and fifty of their friends, both young and old. The children's joy at seeintr Daddy Christmas drive ud to the entrance in a closed motor car, driven by Mr. H. Buck, was very great and delightful to wiL ness. Father Christmas (Mr> T. Dorgan, attired to represent that most important personage), on his arrival, handed down from u heavily laden Xmns Tree on tho back lawn to each chi...

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