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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

AN. A. A.N.A. FOUNDATION MY AUSTRALIA'S holiday. Exhibition Building and Oval, saturd -VY and MONDAY. 24th and 26th inst. A.N.A. GRAND NATIONAL FETE Exciting Cycling Races. all the champions competing. INTERSTATE RIVALRY. .. A.N.A. Wheel Race And ^vmous Gold Stakes! edestrian Events. SHEFFIELD handicap, .! open HANDICAPS, amateur handicaps, amateijR wheel race. Concert Hall. ORGAN RECITALS, ; MOVING pictures. / Main Hall {under Dome). special engagement OF VAUDEVILLE ! ARTISTS. . ACROBATIC, TRICK CYCLING. ' ' TitlPLE BAR, juggling, ' , DANCING, wire WALKING. j. 3 THE WHOLE comprising AN ASSORTMENT OF 2 ATTRACTIVE AND exciting EVENTS. • " THE best PLACE TO SPEND OUR national s • holiday. How to Make a Picnic of it. Brim? the children early, and go to the picnic ground under the shady trees adjoining the Oval, where llot Water, Milk, and Tea will be provided free, and a fine Mnrvy-Go-Round kept running, with a free for every child. ADMISSION one shilling. admission one SHILLING. child...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

KffMe2s Flfflld Magnesia 5 BRSSL; A MTLP APERIENT FOB LADIEO AETD OHILDSDK.

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GREENROOM GOSSIP ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

GREENROOM GOSSIP answers to correspondents. "Togo" (Armadale).—1. 8th April, 1901. 2. Tosca, Nance O'Neil; Scarpia, Thomas Kingston : Mario, Harry Plimmer. "A.T." (City).—1. Miss Carrie Moore played the port something more than ten years ago. 2. Don't know. Budding dramatists are advised to study an article recently written by the American actor, (George M. Cohan, in "M'Clure's Magazine." The article is on the remote and rather obscure subject of "sob-getters," and describes with •engaging candour some of the immemorial mo tives in drama that are certain to stir the emotions of an average audience. Here. are a few of the things that are guaranteed to make all women and old men a. little moist about the eyeball: A child m a nightie paying his "Now I Lay Me." A scene showing comrades dying of thirst in the desert. A scene in which a wayward mother or father comes back and speaks to her or his chili,, and departs with out disclosing to the child his or her identity. 'A tender reference...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

Sydney Shows. —Her Majesty's Theatre. "Ccme Over Here." —Tivoli Theatre. Riokards's Tlvoli Company. —Adelphi. "Aladdin" Pantomime. - • —Criterion. "Officer 66fi." —Palace Theatre. "A Day at the Races.'* 7-Theatre Royal. "Monsieur Beaucaire." —Little Theatre. "His Housp in Order." '

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Melbourne Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

Melbourne Shows. —Her Majesty's. "Tne Forty Thieves." —Theatre Royal. "Diplomacy." —Princess's. "The Soidier's Wedding." (Saturday.) —King's Theatre. "The Land of Nod." . —Opera House. Tivoli Vaudeville Company. —Melba Theatre. Continuous Photo-plays. —Britannia Theatre. Continuous Photo-plays. —Royal Picture Thpatre, Windsor. Photo-plays. —St. Kilda Beach. The English Pierrots. —Follies' Theatre, St. Kilda. "The Daffodils." —"The Dandies." Esplanade, St. Kilda. —Luna ParK. Esplanade, St. K.llda.

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MR. A. L. NASE'S KENNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

MR. A. L. NASE'S KENNEL. Probably 110 name is better known in connection with legitimate coursing in Victoria than that of Mr A. L. jNase, J .P., president of the Creswick Club. For many years past Mr. Nase has been not only a gf.nerous supporter of the sport and a pre sident under whose rule no club could do otherwiso than prosper, but he has also shown his practical interest ia coursing by maintaining a large kennel of greyhounds. That Mr. Nase will have a "full hand" when the'1514 apRKm: nnpns in inriicntori ktt an interesting and informative article by "Ridley" in the Creswick "Advertiser." from which I extraot ' the following: "Recently I took the opportunity of visiting the kennel of Mr. A. L. Nase at Clover Hill, Ullina, and had a look at his dogs. To see the dogs out of train proved Just as interesting as if they were being prepared for some big- event. In all. the dogs and puppies number twenty-one, and the upkeep moans ;i good deal, so the public can see that such sportsme...

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SUCCESSFUL TIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

SUCCESSFUL TIPPING. Our turf contributor, "Omega,'1 was in good form with His selections for last Saturday's V.A.T.C. Races. "Omega's"' forecasts staited in five races, and he named four winners—Wid den, Coolamatong, Atora and The Guide. lu three events both first aid second norses were selected. Melbourne is in the doldrums. The holiday season has slowed the pace to a vanishing point. Otherwise some move would Purely have been made to prepare a welcome to* the fleet, wjnich for. the first time in Australian naval his tory will enter Port Phillip headed by a super Dreadnought and tailing oft in three destroyers. The visit of the Australia is timed for late next month, and municipal officials, social enter tainers, theatre managers and others specially concerned can take this as definite notice of a festive season. Patey and his two thousand men deserve the best welcome that has ever been given to naval men sout-h of the line, for they are Australians, their vessels are the first lin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURSING IN ENGLAND. CORRIE CUP MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

COURSING IN ENGLAND. CORRIE CUP MRETING. By "Misterton." An English dope can't take an airing. But foreign scoundrels must be staring. I'd have your French do^s and vour Spanish,. And all your Dutch, and all your Danish, By which our species is confounded, Be-hanged, be-poisonud, and be-drownded ; No mercy on the race suspected, Greyhounds from Italy excepted. —Christopher Smart. The principal event decided during the week was the Come Cup. run at Lockerbie. To this stake a beautiful trophy was donated by Sir R. B. Jai dine, ami although the entries were small, some first-class performers were engaged. With Jibstay and Joue standing in the last three on Wednesday ' morning, there were bright prospects for victory to rest with the donator of the trophy. Resuming on the last day, Winning Number, on an outside, led Jibstay three lengths, and picked up his hare, Jono running a bye. Winning Number led Jone three lengths in the final, placed her, but quickly pwept dean past and killed mos...

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FIRST AUSTRALIAN BOY SCOUTS' RALLY. Held on the Church of England Grammar School Grounds. St. Kilda-road, on Saturday, 17th Jan. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

FIRST AUSTRALIAN BOY SCOUTS' RALLY. Photos 1 v Allan Studios. Hold on the Church of England Grammar School Ground.-!, St. ICilda-road, on Saturday, 17th Jan. FIRE-LIGHTING AND KETTLE-BOILING CONTEST. Q ^ QJ^ENSLAND SCOUTS, HOLDERS OP THE. KING'S COLOURS. NEW ZEALAND CONTINGENT. Y.M.C.A. (VICTORIA), WINNERS OP BRIDGE BUILDING CONTEST. INTERESTED IN THE DISPLAY. There have been just about (iOn individual members of the Legislative Assembly, and about 200' individual members of the Legislative Council since the inauguration of responsible government in Victoria. Many have divided for the last time, and have joined the Great Majo rity. r ' ■ 1 'v Ay-- \ , NEW SOUTH WALKS CONTINGENT. 'cl" - X the tasmanian boys, winners of reel race. ; : i : , i j i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

TENNIS JUST LANDED. SLAZENGiflR'S— RENSHAW ... 15/6 DEMON ... 21/ PASTIME I ... ... ... 21/ DOHERTY ... ... ... ... 87/6 AYER'S- ' " S.N.D ... ... ... .... 42/ HORSMANNS'— GUARANTEED BY US 10/6 to 60/ Inspection Invited. Catalogue Post Free.

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POLO KOOYONG MELBOURNE V ADELAIDE. MONDAY JAN 12TH WON BY ADELAIDE. 19 GOALS 13 BEHINDS TO 4 GOALS 7 BEHINDS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

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ANSWERS TO MINING CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

ANSWERS TO MINING CORRESPONDENTS 'A.M.IV—Everyihinf* indicates that Williams Fancy is a very solid stock. Tt is stated that after the declaration of tho 6d. .dividend and bonus there will still he sufficient for another dividend. This is a healthy financial condition which tho public like vnry much. Developmental work is not being ncglci'terl, as the- company will shortly put up a rise from the bottom level at a point ]00ft. south of the present No. 3 rise. At tho No. 6 level there are stopes giving from 10ft. to 14ft. of stone and carrying fair cold. With a view to keeping- developmental work well ad vnnced, the deeper ground will bo tested and the shaft put down another lift of 150ft. 'Regular Subscriber."—We are not enamoured of the chances of New Red. White and Blue Consoli dated. The reason we have mentioned other stocks is that they have been more in the market. There is prospecting work in hand, and it nay b>! worth while holding them for awhile, seeinc that to sell just n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

X*. ' v —— _ LARAT NURSE 1 Praises Ir. Morse's Indian l)oit Pills. Mrs. 5. Jenkins, of North Ballarat, who is still following her occupation as a ladies' nurse, after fourteen years' experience, finds pleasure in stating that during such period Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have always proved a reliable medicine for overcoming any of her family's ailments. She has also recom mended them to her patients, and in every case these Pills have proved beneficial. Her photo is published in addition to her letter. 412 Doveton-street, North Ballarat, Vic. Dear Sirs,— It affords me pleasure to relate my experience and belief in the use of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Personally, having ailed but little during my life, I have consequently never had recourse to many medicines, yet I found Indian Root. Pills meet all the ills .that have come my way, and my family also find them equal to all requirements. Daring the last fourteen years I have been a Ladles" Nurse in Ballarat, and havinpr occasio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

ANTINEURASTHIN . Treatment. of NERVOUS AND' WASTING DISEASES. . The wonderful properties of Antineurasthin .(Lecithin in; an absolutely pure form)' for suc . cessfully - treating all nerve maladies, dyspepsia, anaemia,, rheumatism, etc., and imparting per manent' mental and nerve force, reflect the latest: and most important achievements in medical science. One of the most important oL the wonder ful results obtained J)y this treatment is that not alone does it build up the nervous system by feeding the brain and nerve cells with their . natural food element, but on account of its . beneficial action upon the process of nutrition and upon the blood, the whole genera) .health shows prompt improvement, particularly - in wasting diseases. • A GUARANTEE. To every purchaser a full analysis is given, and with every shipment an • independent ana lysis. for Lecithin contents is made by a sworn public analyst, and . this again is declared before the British . Consul.-General. . Anti neurasth...

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JUVENILE FANCY DRESS BALL AT MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, PORT ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

OPENING OF" THE GLEN EIRA TENNIS CLUB CO'JRT, EA&T ST. KILL'A. WATCHING THE OPK^f^fl (jAi^If yj 7; <_ THE REV. FATMRR BRIDE ADDRESSING THE SPECTATORS. kSv - ii ( .'f t|diM ur JUVENILE FANCY DRESS BALL AT~ MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, PORT WfeERT. general group at the ball. £ u: Miss Edna Robertson as Dolly Dyes. HOLIDAY" PARTY AT "THE CHALET," MOUNT BUFFALO. Mr. Morris and Miss Olsen ("Pierrot" and "Witch."). Mr. W. Dunne and Miss Robinson (Best Dressed Pair, "Johnnie Walker and Lady.") The most dangerous time in a motorist's career is when iie first begins to feel quite safe and until he has hud his first good frirfrt. A halt in time may save a fine. Two Straker-Sc,uires, three Sunbeams, two Stars, three Vauxhalls and three Adlers are anions the entrants for the 1914 Tourist Trophy Races. Motorists touring regularly o\rer back-countrv roads will hav<- had experience ot straying cattle at night. Straying cattle and wandering children and thoughtless pedestrian...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

The "Tasmaniaa Fortnight." LAUNCESTON CUP MEET, 28th to 31st JAN. HOBART CUP MEET, 4th, 5th, 7th FEB. RETURN EXCURSION FARE-MELBOURNE TO LACTNCESTON AND HOBART, £3/19//3. Particulars at TASMANIA N GOVERNMENT AGENCY, DOMINION CHAMBERS, 59 WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNE.

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ANTICIPATIONS BY "OMEGA." GEELONG R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

ANTICIPATIONS BY "OMEGA.'7*^ GEELONG R.C. •The G-eelong Racing Club will' lmid its Cup Mjeeting on Friday and .Saturday, when a very attractive programme will he presented. a large contingent, of metropolitan horses are en gaged, and - some very interesting racing should toe witnessed; This is the first occasion ior soirie years that a Wo days' fixture has been held at G-eelong, and the revival of the idea promises to be very successful. Horses likely to show form are Trial Handicap (2.35 p.m.), five furlongs.— Kurrakai or Rose K,or. New Year Stakes,; for two-year-olds, five fur longs.—Kiilspindie or Rudas. Jumpers' Flat Race, one mile three furlongs. —©trathdoon or Coronatus. Next best, Merry Monarch. Geelong Handicap, one mile.—Earl Godwin or The Beggar Maid. Next best, Black Pan. Oonnewarre Plate, six furlongs.—Precious or Lipola. v Comnewarre purse, six furlongs.—Quaimoug or Eltham. Next best, Week End. SECOND DAY (SATURDAY). Moorabool Welter (2.35 p.m.), one mile.— Black Pan or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

€ Have Yon Bought a Motor Car ? . If not, remember when doing: bo that THE BODY makes the oar. We design and build Motor Bodies to order for any make, in any «tyle. at Most Reasonable Rate*. Stevenson Bros., Motor Body Works, 408 PUNT ROAD, SOUTH YARRA. Tel.. Windsor 181). Rudolph Patterson & fowling, Automobile Bngineers, ALL CLASSES OP REPAIR WORK UNDERTAKEN. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 21-29 WILLS STREET (o£T Latrobe St. W.K Telephone 0276.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

We DON'T Sell Motor Cart 1 But Wo Do Soil | BVBRVTHINQ A MAN j REQUIRES FOR MOTORING, j BUCKLEY & mm Ltd. | The Place for Tyres. .. The .r "Red Cross" Tyre Hospital 'i he Largest and Most Lp to-Date Premises in Australia. 401-403 Swanston St., Corner of Lit Me Latrobe. Street, Telephone, Cfintra) R97.V • • .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

123 Cars Sold in December. SAY WHEN for a TRIAL ttUN Founders, Pioneers and Leaders of the MOW CAR & BODY INDUSTRY I in AUSTRALASIA. Sole Agents for the Leading Make in each grade of the World's Best Motor Cars. Our automobiles have a convincing answer to each and every 3i --'3.3 mechanical and economic question. Fiat, F.N., Ford, Commer, | Each a Record _ _ ■ _ 4 t V Holder in its Sunbeam, Hover, Adierj 0Wn class. TARRANT MOTORS Pty. Ltd., 104-112 RUSSELL ST. Inventors of the Famous Torpedo type of Motor Body now universally popularised. ""-VVl - : Melbourffle— Sydney Reliability Contest 1st, 3rd &. 4th Place Isi Combined Contest 1st, 2iid and Fastest In Pretty Sally HI 1 Climb 1st, 3rd, 4th and Fastest in Belli Pass HIM Climb 30 Miles and 46 Ton Miles per Gallon of Petrol. THE BEMZ WAS TiHIE OILY VICTORIAN om WHICH LOST MO POSWTSo TIE 1ENZ MOTOR AGENCY, 493 CMJJNS ST. New Goods. REGAL CAR83 1914 M0DELS '9 25h.p. (3fx4j). UNDERSLUNG FRAMES, DETACHABLE RIMS. METRIC T...

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