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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

Standard of the World. Self-Star ting- Self'Lighting— Self-Igniting. The Melbourne to Sydney Reliability Trials Proved Sis Enduring Service. the twenty~eight cars that competed, four secured full points for reliability. One was the Cadillac Incidentally the Highest Powered yet Lowest Priced of the quartette. 1913 Models at Reduced Prices. \*7E have in stock a few 1913 Models of Cadillac and Delaunay-Belleville Cars, and of the Baker Electric Coupe, which, in order to clear, we are offering at Reduced Prices. IBalgety & Co. LM.# 654-664 Bourke St., Melbourne. TELEPHONE, CENTRAL 6978. (A FEW DOORS FROM SPENCER STREET). r —■T

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Approaching Marflages. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

Approaching Mmrfiagos. The marriage of Mr. .James M. Wakefield, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Wake field! of Parkville, and Miss Alice M. Richard son, eldest) daughter of Mis. S. Richardson, of "'Oarrinya," Head-street, Elsternwick, is arrang ed to take place on Saturday, 14th February, at five o'clock, at St. -leorgc's Presbyterian Church, East St. Ivilda, and afterwards at Albert I-Iall, Albert-street, Windsor. The marriage of. Mr. Simon Fraser, son of the Hon Simon Fraser and Mrs. Fraser, of "Xorla," Irving-road, Toorak, and Miss Phyllis C'legg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hamnvond Clegg, of Sorrento and "Stradbrooke," St Ivilda, is arranged to take place ut Scots' Church, Melbourne, 011 Tuesday, i7th February, at 2.30, and afterwards at Menzies'. The marriage of Mr. Kenneth Ma.isfield Niall and Miss Marian Helen Grillith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Griifith, of "Marathon,'* Toorak, is arranged to 'take place ut St. .John's Church, Toorak, on Wednesday, 11th February, at 2.2...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COUNTRY CABINET. (Having settled Labour in the city, Mr. Watt has gone after the M'Leod Party with a declared Country Programme.) [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

THE COUNTRY CABINET. (Having* settled Labour in the city, Mr. Watt lias gone after the M'Leod Party with a declared Country Programme.) THE CITY MAN.—" Oh, very well—buck in f You can't help him without helping me."

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Master Dairymen's Association Annual Outing. MORNINGTON, WEDNESDAY, 14th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

Master Dairymen's Association Annua! Outing. MORNINGTON, WEDNESDAY, 14 th JANUARY. BETWEEN THE EVENTS. WATCHING A CLOSE FINISH. —--■ rrr^r ~c ttTT=rr==r~-»«grai--T'— . STARTERS liST GIRLS' "a A OP' UNDER SIXTEEN YEARS. FINAL OF DAIRYMEN'S HANDICAP. HagMBMfH. : eamgva, ■ t;a. ea »*"''•.• '■ ' 1, ' /•' U* 'x "MILKMAIDS." \ - • • : X A U •- V.\ MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE. PRESIDENT, TREASURER AND SECRETARY COMBINE FOR LUNCH. YOUTH AND MIDDLE AGE. At this time of the year the skin is very susceptible to the varying changes of temperature, becoming rough, dry and impoverished looking. These symptoms indicate the need of .1 f/uitabfe cream and skin food, and wo have no hesitation in recommend ing the one which is pre-eminent, viz., Lacte, as sold by Chemist Cheshire and Co., 112 Elizabeth-street, Mel bourne. Tt can be used by' the hand or by the aid of massage rollers. These are supplied at 3/6 each singly; or a set of four instruments for home use are obtainable' of the latest pattern, wit...

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MR. J. L. RETALLACK TO MISS E. E. EDWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

MR. .T. I. RETAL.TjACIO TO MISS E. E. EDWARDS The marriage of Mr. Jeffrey Ivey Retallack, third • son of ihe late Cyrus Bath Retallack, and Miss Ernie Elizabeth Edwards, youngest daughter oi the late Thomas Edwards, and Bister of Mrs. Ormonde Lockyer, of "Erindale," Webster-street, 'Ballarat, was v-jry quietly celebrated at St. John's Church, Essendon, on Thursday, 15th January. Canon Hancock performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her brother-in-law, Major Or mondo Lockyer, wore a very pretty white crepe de ehene dress and a charming Utile French toque to match. After the ceremony Mrs. Ormonde Lockyer pave a very nice little luncheon party at the Quamby Ciub, the lunchcon i-ooni and table being most artistically decorated with La Prance roses, delphiniums and maidenhair fern. The bride and bridegroom left for a motor tour through the Western district, the bride going away in a navy blue tailor-made suit. Miss Mary Parker entertained a number of guests with tennis a...

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MISS ETHEL WARWICK, [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

MISS ETHEL WARWICK, Photo by Lallie Charles As Zuloskfiis (Fotiphar's Wife) in "Joseph and His Brethren," to be produced at Theatre Royal, Melbourne, on Saturday, 14th February.

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SOME CHARACTERS IN "THE FORTY THIEVES" AT HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

Mr. Victor Lausehniann and Miss Maergio Dickenson SOME CHARACTERS IN "THE FORTY THIEVES" AT HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. MELBOURNE. Miss Dolly Harmnr as Lizzie Ann. Mr. Barrv Lupino and Mr. Edwin Brett in a duot.

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MR. HODGSON TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

MR. HODGSON TAYLOR. As Jacob in "Joseph and His Brethren," to be produced at the Theatre Royal. Melbourne on 14th February. The Glen Eira Tennis Club.—Opening of New Courts.—The two new courts of the Glen Eira Tennis Club, situated at M'Whae Avenue, Rippon Lea, wwe declared open on Saturday afternoon. 17th January, by the Hon. John Gavan Duffy, in the prosor.ee of a large number of members anil friends. The club was favoured with beautiful MISS LILY EYTON, A charming Soprano, now appearing at the Opera House, Melbourne. weather-- suited to inspire a love for such a game jri such a dav. The committre of the club had gwiiii to great trouble to make the occasion n memorable one, and had organised their arrange ments so as to secure the greatest amount of en joymen: for their visitors. The exhibition same was arranged by Air. Malcolm, of the V.L.T. Asso ciation. Mid he had assoeiateu with him Messrs. England. Watson and Taylor. These gentlemen— all .'ine players—ifave onlookers an oppor...

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CLEMONS AND DEANE, [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

!!• fe X CLEMONS AND DEANE, MM Now ii!<pearinK at the Opera House,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

Herbal Skin Soap, j "BEAUTY'S AID." | Free Sample Sent on Receipt of Twopenny Stamp, i Kugelmanil's Pure Herbal Skin Soap may be ob t tained at all Chemists, Drapers, and Storekeepers t- 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. J4-1P QUEEN ST.. MELBOURNE; PITT ST., SYDNEY: and at ADELAIDE and BRISBANE.

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SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

f SOCIETY. Her Excellency Lady Dcnman is spending a few days with her children at Upper Macedon, at Mr. Theodore Fink's nouse, which His Ex cellency has rented. Viscount and Viscountess Relburn and their two children, who are passengers 'm hoard the Otway, due in Melbourne next; Wednesday, will be the guests of Their Excellencies the Gover nor-General and Lady Dsnman. during their stay in Melbourne, en route for New Zealand. Lord lielburn, who is the eldest son of the Earl of Glasgow, is a Commander in the Royal Navy, and has been appointed to the command of the K.M.S. Pyramus, now on the New Zealand Station. A younger brother of Lord Relburn's, Captain Boyle,, was A.D.C. to Lord Carmichael when Governor of .Victoria, and another brother ' has lately married the daughter of Mr. Justice Hodges. Lord Glasgow was a former Governor of New Zealand, and has relatives living in the Domini An. 'Lord Richard Nevill, who has not been very well for the past two months, has been enjoy ing a res...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

RONISCH PIANOS The World's Greatest Piano tor Australia, 58,000 HOMES HAVE RONISH PIANOS Carnegie & Sons, 106 Elizabeth Street. Sole Agents : RONISGH PIANOS, GOES & KALMANN PIANOS, SOHWECUTBN PIANOS, BRINSMEAD PIANOS, BELL ORGANS. ANGELUS PIANOS. And the Wonderful ANQELCJS PIANO PLAYER

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

| LONDON YUSE iH NROUTR KAISHA Fw JAPAN* Vmn>' Imperial Mail SteamerB, HONGKONG.. NEXT STEAMER will bo KUMANO MARU. JANUARY 21, 1914. "N.y.K." Speolal Round-the-World Services. "N.Y.K." For the Trans-Asian Route. "N.Y.K." For Europe, via Amerloa. •'N.Y.K.'' For the Far Bast. SAILINGS— . TANGO MARU;. FEB. 18, 1914. Speolal Privileges and Opportunities ol seeing th« country are aftorded to Tourists In JAPAN. Apply BURNS. PHILP and 00.. LTD., Managing Agents. NOW IN PROGRESS bummer Clearing All Departments of Fashion Must Be Absolutely Cleared. SALE EXCEPTIONAL and DECISIVE REDUCTIONS. SEE DAILY PAPERS FOR FULL SALE LISTS. SPECIAL SALE OATALOGIjE POST FREE ON REQUEST. | Inspection TOwiiM MMHMMMBWBBro)SWBaW8Wf Invited. ss BOURlilL ST, SKINNER'S LIMUTE©, Hawthorn 481, Windsor 408. 'Phones—Central 1708, 7017, CATERERS, MELBOURNE. CATERING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS carried out In Tooro or Country. , , ■ Tills company's SKILLED STAFF Mid ITS NEJW ORGANISATION, its huge ' ' and up-to-date plant...

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Tact and Rumour. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

Tact and Rumour. Captain and Mrs. Stewart iialmain and family, who returned from England last week, stayed at "Mandeville Hall,'' Toorak, before going on to Ooolart. Mrs. John Mills, of "PoworscourV iVLattra, with Miss. O'Neill, is in town, and has rooms at the Occidental. Mr. and Mrs. C. G-raham and Miss Graham, of Sydney, are in Melbourne, staying at Men zies'. Mrs. J. J. K|eig>hran, of Doodle Cooma West, Henty, N.S.W., with her son, is at present staying at the Grand, previous to her depar ture for England by the Medina in March. Dur ing her visit abroad her son will remain at the Albury Grammar School. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Oarr-Walker, baby and nurse leave England by t.he Mooltan on 6tli of March on a visit to Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. • Griffith, of "Marathon," Toorak. .Miss Dilys Jones is also a passenger by the same boat. M^jor Damgjar left last Friday, 16-th Janu ary, for Tasmania, where he intends to re main for a fortnight. Captain A. M. Ross, of the Wes...

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Prattle About People. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 22 January 1914

Jacob Wirth, or circus name .\nd fame, who get a share of a million left by Uraspard Wirth in America, is an identity of Charters Towers, Queensland, where he is known as "Old Jacob," He invariably wears a cabbage-troe hat and a long red beard, and before fortune favoured him was a prospector and settler out Broughton way. Recently he recorded a busy day, in which he sold 100 head of cattle at £0 a head, lost six draught horses, and got :»n exemption 'or his mine. How many Windsor uniforms have paid duty ? "Punch" knows of only one—that of Sir George Turner. Even while Premier—perhaps especially while Premier—Sir G-eorge was meticulously ex act in paying Customs duties, and the boarding officer was amazed when he insisted in lifting the braided silk suit from his bags. "I wore it only a dozen times," said Sir George, "•there fore, it is dutiable." . The little item meant £90 to the Customs revenue. Church missionaries arc leading the way in surf bathing at their summer school at Aus...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONCERT AT PRINCETOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

CONCERT AT PRINCETOWN. A very enjoyable concert was given at Prince town ou Friday evening, 16th January, by the noliday visitors from "Rivernook House," in aid of the local' Church of Kngiacdi A large company was tafcfii. down the Gellibrand River in Mr. Miller's motor boat. The hall was very prettily decorated by the ladies ol the Princetown Tennis Club, arvl was filled to overflowing by an apprecia tive audience, encores being the order of the even '.ng. A special feature-of • the programme was the sinking hy Miss Anne Williams, of Melbourne. Her highly nuitured soprano voice provided a musical treat which is not often heard by the residents of the district. Items were also contributed by Miss M. M'K«ran, Mesdames Lindsay and Neville, and Messrs. R. Manly, G. and E. Doyle. D. Lindsay, R. Stevenson, R. Miller, and G. Ilolwell. One specially successful item was a topical song, written for the occasion, sung by Mr. D. Manly, the local references being irceeived with much amns°ment b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

THE DYSPEPTIC'S HANDIOAP. The dyspeptic is sorely handicapped in this life. If he is a man he can't keep pace with his fellows beoause of the weakness, the depres sion, and the su Bering that indigestion inevit ably brings in its train. If (a woman, she often finds it impossible to carry out the daily 'house hold tasks, or meet the demands of a business occupation, because headaches, distressing bili ous attacks, palpitation and sleeplessness are spoiling her life. This strenuous age wants men and women of strong fibre, boundless energy, and great cheer fulness ; but the dyspeptic is not amongst the number. How can he expect to be ? How can he hope to get through the day's work speed ily and efficiently if his mind is clouded and his system clogged with the poisonous products of indigestion ? How. can vany man, or woman either, work well and cheerfully, when the well springs of good health and strength—the stom ach, liver and bowels—are disorganised and weakened ? It can't be done. ...

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SYDNEY SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

SYDNEY SHOWS. There was only one new show on Saturday night. That was at the Little Theatre, where Mr. Hugh Buckler and Miss Violet I'aget were i remarkably successful in their staging ,of Pir ero's comedy-drama, "His House in Order.'1 The play had not been introduced in Australia, i though everybody interested in Pinero. and in terested in comedy had heard of the piece and knew of its wonderful success in other parts of the world. It is, however, a very difficult piece to cast. Even Sir George Alexander, with Miss Irene Vanbrugh to assist him, found it a diffi cult matter in London to fill-out.' the cast with satisfaction to himself. The chief difficulty was that Pinero had written soma of' his oest stufi ' for Derek Jason, the young son of the principal characters in the play. The whole plot revolves round this youthful player, and no production ui "His House in Order" can bo successful wi'lb out a child actress of unusual skill to play tins part. (.)lii!d actresses of ability are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

Sydney Amusement*. A del phi Theatre, Direction GEORGE WILLOUGHBY 1»TD. Managing Director ... Mr. GEORU-F. WILLOUGHBY. TO-NIGHT and EVERY EVENING. THE TALK OF SYDNEY. " ALADDIN" PANTOMIME. FAVOURITE ARTISTS and WORLD-FAMED NOVELTIES. • Prices—4/. 3/, 2/, 1/. Box plan at Nicholson's. Her Majesty's. Direction J. O. WILLIAMSON LTD.' TO-NIGHT and EVERY EV&NING. J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD. invites you to COME OVER HERE. . Via the Box Office. Box plan at Paling's. Horry Richard®' Tiwolti Theatres, Ltd. Governing Director HUGH D. M'INTOSH. Rickards's Circuit of Theatres implies the Best In Vaudeville. NiGHTLY at 8. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 2.30 p.m. A COLOSSAL ALL-STAR PROGRAMME. GE'NE 1 GREENE ("The Emperor of Ragtime"), Assisted by CHARLIE STRAIGHT at the piano. JOSEPHINE DAVIS, Assisted by BILLIE GELLER at thev piano. ROMANO BROS. ("The Grecian Gladiators"), FIVE MERRY YOUNGSTERS GLADYS GORDON (Charming Contralto). The SCHMETTANS (Famous European Classical Equilibrists). MANUEL Dli E...

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Bowls. G. W. SIMS. A WONDERFUL PERSONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

Bowls. By "Boomwang." G. W. SIMS. A WONDERFUL PERSONALITY. Thirty-seven years ago the competition that was completed yesterday, viz., the Victorian State* Cham-* pionship (known by another name then, of course), was played for the first time, and was won by George W. Sims, now of . the Melbourne Club, Wind sor. In the contest just closed the veteran took part. ."3 usual, arid, indeed, ib playing beautiful bowls, being one of the last four left in tire Wind sor Club's Championship. To attempt to give a list of his victories since 1877, the year referred to, would bo to ask the editor Tor half the paper. Tn the old West Melbourne Club pavilion you can see "G. W. Sims, Champion," and on other boards elsewhere you can read "G. W. Sims, Champion," until yon finally reflect that the boards must have been mule for him. It is a reflection upon many of our suburban clubs that they don't possess these historic pieces of furniture. I have from the first sounded notes of regret that there are c...

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