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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

THE STATE AND THE GIRL. The health of our girls is an important mat ter from the point of view of the State. The girl of to-day will be the mother of the future, and good health on her part now means the future welfare • of the community. The Orange Lily treatment, which is the special feature of the Ladies' College of Health, "is wonderfully cura tive for girls who suffer. The treatment is sim ple and inexpensive, and has cured' where othei remedies have failed. Book telling all about it will be sent free if 2d. is remitted for postage. Address. Dept, 92, Ladies' College. of Health, | Alexandra Chambers, 46 EJizabsth-jitreet, Mel- ' wsunia.

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

MR. H. R. GILMAN TOf The Congregational Churchf ^urkiTrVjadN Eas't! Mai-* vi-rn, was beautifully decdr^S&d with white florets* an<l evergreens on 26th De^etnJJer. •for. ihc of Mr. Hugh Rusden Gilma:iVseepfi<l ison Qf Richard James Gilman. of MeJBH^uk^Jgflaayr'aiid Miss Ethel Mary Norman, fifth daughter of Mrs. Norman, of "Aloha," Bast Malvern, and the late William. Norman, of Great Yarmouth,. England. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. S. Devenish. Tiio bride, who was given away by her brother (Mr. Herbert Norman), was gowned in white satin, draped with handsome lace. A dainty veil and ■wreath of orange blossom was worn, and a shower bouquet of white flowers carried. The bride war. attended by her sister (Miss Rose Norman) and tier niece (Miss Edith Norman). The first maid wore pink ninou veiling white silt. Her becoming white Leghorn hat was trimmed with soft ribbon and. pink rofcs. The second maid, in white embroidered muslin, wore a pretty lac...

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

WBDDINQS MR. J. W. RUTTY TO MiSS M. M. HAYWARD. The wadding of Mr. John Wilfred Butty, eldest sod of Mr. John Rutty, of High Wycombe, B'icks, England, and Miss Marjorie Monica Hayward, youngest daughter of the late Rev. Rowland Eiiy wnrd and Mrs. Hayward, of "Doon," Sandringham, was celebrated at St. John's Church, Tooruk, on 20th January- The Rev. Canon lughos. assisted by the Rev. W. Allen, performed the ceremony. The "Wedding March" and other suitable music were played by the organist. The bride, who was Riven away by her brother-in-law (Mr. Leslie Stuart), was gowne'l in white satin, beautifully draped over an undefskirt of Limerick lace. . The bodice and long train'were trimmed with sprays of orange blossom. An unhei/med tulle veil was worn over the face, surmounted by tt wreath of orange blossom. A bouquet of white roses and bouvardia was car ried. The bridesmaids were Miss Barbara Hayward (sister of the bride), Miss Meg . Wiggins, Misses •Nanett'j Stuart, Joan Newbigin and La...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEY-NOTES The Banned Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

OOOOOOQ^ The Banned Australian. The Interstate Commission's inquiries into the workings of the 6oot trade in Australia have brought to light s orate curious caprices in cus tomers. Many dealers have made it plain tlia'i the ancient prejudice against colonial goods is still -alive and kicking. That prejudice dates back to the days when people came here from E.urope merely in the hope of making a lot at money in a little time and getting away again. They disliked Australia and everything in it, and "beastly colonial" was the most blighting disparagement they could throw at man or thing. Then came the first attempis at Aus tralian manufactures. These being the first were, cf course, a little eruue. ,\To allowances were made. The articles produced, too, were "beastly colonial." Now that Australian manu factures are excellent the prejudice survives. Boots people like thinking them English, they hate thinking them Australian. You can't deal with a brain like that—in fact, it isn't a brain...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Decent House For Each Family. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

A Decent House For Each Family. '•We nave seen appalling housing conditions," say nwinoers of the Housing of the People Com mittee of the State Parliament. "Slums exist here worse than slums :n London." The new Public Health Minister is at grips with the • question, and the Workmen's Dwelling Bill is to be pushed through Parliament before the short sumi.ner session ends. The Bill c'an bo regarded only as a small measure of reform!. Under it municipal councils will be able to resume by compulsory purchase any'sLum areas within their bounds, and erect on the site dwellings for "men with not more than .£200 a year." Every council is empowered to borrow £50,000 for this work, and it can spend some of the money on buying properties, to improve their lighting and sanitation, or to demolish thum and turn the land into a garden or a thoroughfare. The howl of Socialism will be raised against this measure ; but it is safe So^ cialism, just as municipal tramways, road-mak ing, railways and the...

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

For C©©1 Comfort! This neatly*finished White Canvas Model as the City's Biggest Value at mora popular than ever. Como and criticise our new lull range. >Iote carefully the Low Prices. You'll own rou'va never seen equal values anywhere. ASK FOR CATALOGUE—FREE 1 LEEMING Shoe Stores, 109 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. 2B7 '9 BOURKE STREET. MELBOURNE. ]-B ERROL ST.. NORTH MELBOURNE. 2^n CHAPEL STREET, FRAHRAN. Tel. Cent. 1799. The Brightest of all Shoe Shines, GAZEK.A Paste. Large tins, 6d. JANUARY 29, 1914. POSTAL RATES FOR PUNCH To foreign countries the postage on newspapers is—For 4oz. or under, Id. : for oach additional 2oz. or under, id. To the United Kingdom, Id. up t| Soz. ; Soz. to 10oz„ 2Jd. ; overv additional 2oz. id. If sent wholly by sea, and not more than on6 newspaper in each wrapper, Id. for ICoz. This week the postage on "Punch"- to the United Kingdom is 2Jd.; but if sent wholly by sea (wrapped singly. Id., and to foreign countries, 2Jd. To any of the Australian States, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

PEREBOS QAUT mjM PUREST AMD BEST f UJ HEARNE'S Bronchitis Cure Is the Finest Remedy in the World For COUGHS and COLDS. "Seven year© ago I had ASTHMA so badly I could not speak for a week. A friend advised me to take HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE which soon CURED me. Since then, I take it whenever I get a Cold, and it keeps the A&hma off." GOOLWA, S.A. "1 am a Nurse and have recommended HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE to many sufferers. I have known it to be successful when all other Medicine failed; For Bronchitis it is simply WONDERFUL. It saved my Son's life." addruaet and faU particulart fumlthcd en application. FRANKSTON

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australia Is Still a Fool's Paradise. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

Australia Is 5till. a Fool's- Paradise.: Most of us are still blind to Australia's pov erty in men and women; deaf- to the calls of our own race instincts, duirib on the pomt of our race's destiny. Otherwise we would be insisting on proper handling of the immigration question. . The generation is, of course, not fairly comparable with those pleasure - loving;, lustful generations of decadunt Babylon and de ceased Tyre and Sidon and rotten Home, for Australians are most certainly and undeniably not debauched. Yet Australians need to be told that in neglecting immigration they are exhibit ing the disastrous flaw in the make-up of these demolished, people of the past—they are failing, to put the national good first and foremost in their thoughts and their efforts. This is alL right for one generation. The generation gets a very good chance of enjoying itself in pros perity and safety. But after one or two ne glectful, self-absorbed generations comes the deluge. After a few such generat...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURRENT NOTES. The Lure of £600 a Year. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

CURRENT MOTES. The Lure of £600 a Year. Mr. Joseph Cook has no right to hesitate in the slaughter of the fifth Federal Parliament. It has done no good. It can do no good. It could not pass a single controversial measure if it sat from this day till its natural demise. It represents nothing, and misrepresents every thing, with its futile clashing of cvenly-divideil parties, and its absurd discussion of still-born bills. The public spent £280.O'.i'J on this Parlia ment last year. It put these 211 representatives into power to lead the organised Jife of the community, and out of five months of dreary work it got nothing. Not one solitary bill of any importance whatever emerged from the ses sion. The two parties warred and wrangled, the two Houses warred and wranghd, the two orga nisations warred and wrangled—and the legisla tive and administrative machines stood still, clogged and useless. The proceedings can be truly, and simply described as a national hold up. All the usual noises of...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REGISTERING MASKS AND DISCS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

rkgistkking masks and discs. If one requires a mask and a disc which shall coincide rxactly in size and shape, it is not easy tc> maku them by cutting black paper, the act' of cutting tending to make the disc—that is to say, the part cut' out, slightly smaller than the other piece—the mask. A method not open to this ob jection is to make both of celluloid roll Sim. A mask having been out out of black paper, two pieces of roll film are exposed behind it, in the dark-room, and the images in both are developed as fully its possible. One of these will provide the disc required ; all that is necessary is to fix, wash, arid drv it- The other, which is to serve as the musk, must be treated differently. After develop mert it is rinsed and placed in an acidified per manganate reducer, such as is used for autoehromes. until all the developed imago has been dissolved out. and it is then rin-;cd and placed in the de veloper once more until thoroughly blackencd. This reversal process thus giv...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEAT FORM OF BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

A NEAT FORM OF BORDER. A'negative, on celluloid film may be very effec tively printed by.• marking it to the reauired sizo with lantern slide binding strips gummed down into position. When the gum is quite dry, a straight edge au.1 a strong, sharp knife are used to trim both nii.^ative and mas1.*, so that only a narrow border of mask is shown all round the picture. Such a negative will give a print with a plain b'ack border, separated from the picture by a narrow white lire.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

To Cure Indigestion Begin Early. Misery and Suffering Follows Neglected Symptoms. The Woman's Health Broke Down from Stomach Trouble and she Became Weak and 111—Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills Restored her. The best time to begin to cure Indigestion is when the first symptoms appear. The com plaint then responds mo to quickly to treat ment, and much time and misery may be saved. Neglected Indigestion leads'to. broken down health, and entails much suffering. Treat ment may then become u matter of month.;. The correct treatment for Indigestion is a course of Dr. Williams' Pills. They make the iicw blood the stomach neeus to keep it in. tone ; they increase the appetite, and help the system to derive nourishment from' the food eaten. This was the experience of Mrs. Emma Yates, of Eskibank, N.ii;W; "Life became an absolute misery," is the terse way she de scribed the state she .drifted into through ne glected indigestion. Mrs. Yates, who has a well-appointed board ing house in Inch-street, wa...

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

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED. "Here are Ladies," l.v .James Stephens, author of "The Crock of (fold.''( Macinillan and Co. Limited, London ; MacmiUujrs Empire Library.) Among the younger writers of the day no author has excited greater interest and curiosity than Mr. Stephens, whose oook "Tim Crock of Gold" was so s icuos.-if.il. in this new volume Mr. Stephens has written a series of short character sketches, which occupy the main part of the volume. They are grouped under tho heading of "Three Heavy Husbands," "Three Women Who Wept," "Three Angry Peo ple," "Three Young Wives," "Three Lovers Wiho Lost," and "Three Happy Places.*' All are marked by skilful charaetevis.it'on, and abound in rich Irish humour. In "There is a Tavern in the Town" the reader is given the opinions and reflections of a certain old gentle man on such subjects as Matrimony, Dancing, Tobacco, Methods of Education, Thirst, Poetry, Means of Locomotion, Polar Exploration, Shav ing and Eating. "The Custom of tne Country,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREENROOM GOSSIP. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. "B.A.S." (City).—1. March, 11, 1901. 2. Sydney Her Majesty's. 3. No. Tyrone Power and the late Edith Crane. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

GREENROOM G088IP. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. 'J3.A.S." (City).—1. March, 11, 1901. 2. Sydney Her Majesty's. 3. No. Tyrone Power . and the late Edith Crane. "Who's the Lady ?" the farce-comedy which will be presented in Australia m June next, has won a success in America under the title of "Madam President." As in the case of the London production, it aroused the critics to a pitch of superlatives, am' there was much difference of opinion as to whether the censor had or had not been too lenient. That "Who's the Lady ?" or "Madam President" was a genuine laughing success there were none to gainsay, the New York "American" observing that the "Sphinx would crack a smile at 'Madam President.' " : The present 'Julius Knight season,at the The atre Royal is to be a very varied one for the remainder of its tenure in Melbourne. "Man and Superman," in which - the company made so favourable an impression when they were last here, goes up on Thursday night, 29th January, for two nights. Then "Mi...

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

.9, Krme M s&Fof indigestion <«;Iu^UJC&lu Qnd Biliousness A MILD aperient for LADIES AND CHILDREN.

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

Sole Agents for— ;Daimler,: . Austin, Delaunay« Belleville, Napier, of Quality m IT requires but a glance round the vast new Dalgety Motor Garage to realise the extensive nature of | the firm's motor car transactions. The ; magnitude of the display—-the number of fine cars assembled—will immediately impress the visitor. ■ - . This is tangible evidence of an important fact "which should usge you to seek your car here—the fact that the Dalgety Cars are secured through^ big contract purchases —in quantities impossible to most houses— and at a cost therefore appreciably lower; which, of course, favourably affects the ultimate price—that "which you are asked to pay. Cadillac, Buidk ..and Opel Cars. Agents also for— Halted and ; Laer© Motor* Lorries. 1913 Models at Reduced Prices, We 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. DALGETY & CO. Ltd., . 6S4-664 B©...

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

Woman's Greatest Misfortune. rPHE old saying that " Distance lends enchantment " was never more aptly to -J- the point than when applied to those people whose breath is laden with evil-smelling and offensive odours. Many persons appear most attractive at a distance, but produce a feeling of pity and disgust when close to, because of the condition of their breath. For instance, it makes little difference how beautiful a woman may be or how charming her manner, if her breath is foul • her charm is gone, and she is at a disadvantage whenever she comes in contact with other people. Foul breath in woman arouses in man a feeling of repug nance and a desire to get out of the company of such a woman as quickly as possible; and even women will avoid her. It is, therefore, important for every woman who values her personal attraction to take such oare of herself that this unpleasant and unnecessary complaint is avoided or corrected. Dr. Morse's Indian. Root Pills will be found a searching and ...

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

ANSWERS TO MINING CORRESPONDENTS Cousin Jack" (Ncwmarkel).—Suffolk United have lrcld .1 prominent position at various times, hut genoraiiy the mine has proved patchy. In fact, none of the mines so far north as this has been doing anything of importance lately. A couplo of years ago Suffolk United had a payable reef, which continued profitable right up to tho North New Moon boundary ; but since then they havo not figured with any important development. There is not much tomptation, of course, to sell shares Kith the market so weak as it is at pre sent ; but the prospects are anything but pro mising. We are inclined to advisu you to sell on the first decent opportunity, and for the present, at all events, not to put any m<>rc money into mines to far north on tho field. 'JR." -Maldon).—As reports come to hand from Edna May they seem to confirm the impression that while tho show may not pro_vo,to be an ex ceptionally rich one, it will-yet return good pay able jields icr a ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

" The Tyre that is Different," the Palmer Cord Tyres The Rubber and the Cord make . one < homogeneous whole, and the tension of nach cord is regulated so ' that uniformity is attained throughout. For absolute comfort and reliability, the Palmer Cord Tyre is ahead of all others. The Tyre the King Uses. 1 SILVERTOWN RUBBER CO., 21-23 Elizabeth St., Melbourne. Gilbert Bldgs., Gilbert Place, Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

SYDNEY'S ram? „ a ssr Watson s Say PLACE. " Beautiful Harbour Views. Unsurpassed Accommodation. Moderate Tariff. The Hotel has recently undergone Extensive Up-to-date Alterations. For particulars, write to the Proprietor, L. PAULSEN I (Late Captain North Coast Steamers).

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