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METROPOLITAN RIFLE CLUB'S ASSOCIATION 10th PRIZE MEETING, NO. 19 UNION. PORT MELBOURNE RANGE. 26th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

METROPOLITAN RIFLE ^CLUB'S ASSOCIATION 10th PRIZE MEETING, NO. 19 "ONION. PORT MELBOURNE RANGE. 26th JANUARY. J. G. COCHRANE (POST AND TELEGRAPH), Winner of Parnell Match. ^$ER* * ClJEC5lCS' CORE. 7 «H I AM .(I A ^ MAKING PREPARATIONS BEFORE SHOOTING. CLEANING RIFLES. TAKING ENTRIES FOR THE "CONTINUOUS." P- W. . PEARCE (Railways), Winner of Service Aggregate and Champion Scratch ; and E. J. KELLY, who tied for the "Boam." GROUP OF RANGE OFFICERS. J. W. PHILLIPS (COBIiRG). Mr. Watt says his Government is a country Government pure and simple, and declares that the electors of Essendon have voted lor boons and blessings for the man on the lard, because their interests are dependent on the farmer's success. Mr. Mackinnon says ditto, and assures us that Prahran has endorsed the idea that the city is dependent on the oounti.cy. This will surprise both Essendon and Prahran, we think. Certainly the electors oi neither place thought they were voting to demonstrate any thing of the kind. They...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MIXED PAIRS BOWLING TOURNAMENT ON ST. KILDA GREEN. THURSDAY, 22nd JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

MIXED PAIRS BOWLING TOURNAMENT ON ST. KILDA GREEN. THURSDAY, 22nd JANUARY. Fhot'o3 by Allan Studios. GENERAL GROUP OP BOWLERS. TLAY IN FULL SWING. MRS.'LA WRY (F. and B.M.) AND MRS. HARRISON (S.M.O.C.). LADY BOWLEKS RESTING. $ X<s lis: JUl&KBY (BRIGHTON) AND MRS. RBID X (MIDDLE PARK). MRS. ANNIE RIX MILITZ, The New Thought Lecturcss from America. t Photo by Alice Mills, The Contrcway. William Morris Hughes, divorced Trom his exalted office as Attorney-General, still remaius one of the most compelling figures in Australian "YOUTH AND BEAUTY.'" The Three LiLtle Daughters of Mr. Fitss Buckleton, of Kensington. N.S.W. Photo by J. C. Cruden, Sydney. affairs. When trouble looius on the eoast, wlien the maritime workers ol the continent grow restless under their labour conditions, the eyes of the community turn, not to courts and judges, but to a little man who, it can be truthfully said, holds in his fingers the scales for good or ill of the commercial world. That man i...

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INTERSTATE CHEMISTS CRICKET&BOWLING MATCH PLAYED AT SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET GROUND ON TUESDAY&WEDNESDAY 20&21ST JAN. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

the maritime workers ol the continent grow restless under their labour conditions, the eyes of the community turn, not to courts and judges, but to a little man who, it can be truthfully said, holds in his fingers the scales for good or ill of the commercial world. That

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Loyal Orange Institution Picnic. Hold at Aspendale Park on 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

TEA PARTIES UNDER THE PINES. Loyal Orange Institution Picnic. Hold.at Aspendaie Park on 26th January. Rifle-shooters have been working tor years for the erection of an accormm.hitum hut at Bis ley. Now they think they are within sight of it. When Australian te amt; have gone to Bisley they have ' been compelled to accept of the limit ed means of the British teams, and, as shoot ing is starved there much as it is starved here, they have felt themselves a drag upon their hosts. Shooters had a hard time under the Pisher Administration, which bad its defence expenditure increased so enormously by initu.i tion of the naval and compulsory training schemes that it cut instead of enlarging ihe rifle club grants. Senator Millen, Willi, swollen revenues, sees a chance of pleasing the clubs, and thereby the clubs' electors, and steps in with a promise of assistance in every direction. The new team for England is to go a year earlier than usual, it is to h ive the best equip ment possible, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

To the Residents of St. Kilda. Ladies ai>d Gentlemen. i 1 hereby convene a Meeting of RESIDENTS, to J be held ;n the TOWN HALL, ST. KILDA, on TUESDAY NEXT, 3rd FEBRUARY, at 8 p.m., to discuss The best means of helping the movement to ! assist th.j AUSTIN HOSPITAL FOR INCURABLES \ and the FREE KINDERGARTENS of the Metropo s' us. in connection with the Druids' Annual Gala to j be held in the Exhibition at Easter. i; B. A. O'DONNELL, Mayoress.

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ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIPS on the AMATEUR SPORTS GROUND SATURDAY, 24th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIPS on the AMATEUR SPORTS GROUND SATURDAY, 24th JANUARY. \ Mr. U Coombes (President) Presents Sash to R- G. Oaughcy (America) Putting A J. Ju'Donald, Amateur Champion. the Weight. (Record, 43ft.) R. Tcmplcton (America) Winning 120 Yards Hurdles. V'J Parker (America) Wins 100 Yards Championship. T. Vinos Leading in Three-Mile Championship. Won by .1. Beatson (N.Z.) Ai W. Pic-kard (N.S.W.j Winning One Mile Walk from W. Murray (Victoria). R. H. Watson (Victoria) Yardtfv .v* v> 'wV Hurdles OhampioMrfp. x\\* y s ■ * . v\ \ ^ 11. Watson (Victoria), Champion. L. H. Kelly (Viotoria) Wins Hitch Jump. 880 Yards Championship. Won by R. Watson (Victoria) in record time. The £!x-Prime Minister is a traveller of wide and varied experiences, out his most peculiar adventure was in his own district of Wide Bay, It illustrates Andrew's dour determination. lie set forth to ride through the night over some forty miles of uninhabited country, through rain and storm, to catch a trai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

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MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

MUSIC. By "Orfeo." Prom Vie. famous music publishing firm of Elkin and Co.. of London, we have received a parcel of their recent publications, which we have perused with great interest. From a trade point of view, they represent, the last word, go far, in the printer's art. The clearness of the type and the accuracy in setting forth are highly commendable. The first volume to hand is a highly interesting one. It is rarely so famous a writer of music, and one so widely known and esteemed as Cornelius Gurlitt, devotes li'mself to the setting forth of a funda mental course oi piano techniques, and, what is more to the point, with signal success. The work is in three small volumes, which could easily be included under one cover. It is essentially German in the thoroughness of its setting forth, in which we find a plan somewhat similar to that adopted in the Spohr violin system. It is essentially pro gressive, melodic, and with a view to carrying the technical and the temperamental depar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

QUALITY Every buyer of a Piano should carefully consider the question of Quality. The Tone, the Durability, and Artiftic Quality of 'Allan's" Pianos are beyond compare because they are made by the Worlds Leading MaK£RS-=» BECHSTEIN. LIPP, ECKE," FE.URICH, THURMER THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO BETTER VALUE | OBTAINABLE IN AUSTRALIA mav as pu&ctMseo aV casv INSTALMENTS auj>w8o foj? vova i.n part payment "A LITTLE LOVE, A LITTLE KISS." i" 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. CHAPPELL ft CO. LTD.. 235 FLINDERS LANE, MELBOURNE. MAY BE HAD OP ALL MUSIC SELLERS.

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DIAMOND WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

DIAMOND WEDDING. The diamond wedding of Mr. and Mrs. George Duncan was celebrated on 23rd January at their residence, "Thornton." Alexandra-road, East St. Kilda, the marriage having been celebrated sixty years ago at St. Mark's Church of England, Fitz roy. They came to Melbourne in the same ship. Earl Grey, on which Mr. Duncan was an officer, and Miss Baulett a passenger. Mr. Duncan was born at Aberdeen, and was educated at Gordon College. On leaving school he went to London to a posi tion. and one of his earliest and proudest recollec tions is of an occasion when the great statesman, Mr. W. E, Gladstone, patted him on the shoulder and {rave him some friendly advice as to his future. Soon after Mr. Duncan went to sea, and paid his first visit to Australia as an officer on Duncan Dunbar's Marion. His last voyage was in the Earl Grey, from, which he was lured by the goldfields. He shortly afterwards married Miss Bartlett, who was a daughter of a well-known Plymouth sta tioner. For twe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

Insist on Alexandre's Shadeine. Trial Bottle &4iss3&m Trade Mark, Copyright Alexandre's Shabbinb colours grey or faded hair Blonde, Light or Dakk Brown, Black and Auburn. Containsnolead, silver, mercury or sulphur. Absolutely harmless Will not burn or produce an unnatural tint, is permanent, wash able and free from grease. Medical certificate enclosed. Of all Chemists and Stores. ^ Large bottle, 4/6. Trial bottle, gd. Wholesale: ROCKE TOMPS1TT & CO.., 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 Moments " — the delightful little book of the Competition. It is full of pictures, an...

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SOCIAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

SOCIAL GOSSIP. Tho members of the Women's Central Organis ing Committee (P.L.L.) decided to bo sociablc, and accordingly invited available friends to an evening at the Trades Hall on Monday. The event 01 tne evening was the presentation of a life-size portrait of herself 1o Mrs. K. Dwyer, in recognition of her services to ubc Labour movement. This was done by means of a long and well-delivered speech by Mrs. Holman, and after this excitement had subsided somewhat Mr. Holman was called forth to present another large likeness of the lady to the Trades Hall. Mrs. Dwyer is to have tlio honour conferred on her of being the first woman whose portrait will grace the walls of the institution, side by side with illustrious men of the country. Mrs. Flanagan presided throughout the evening, and with zeal and fervour worthy of greater things called on most of the company present to make a speech. By ten o'clock everyone who hail any raison d'etre whatever in the cause had risen to his (or her) ...

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IN THE HARBOUR CITY. TALK OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

TALK OF THE WEEK. Great trouble is being experienced cy the Syd ney City Council in keeping the city .reasonably clean. Every visitor who comes to Sydney de clares that it is the dirtiest city in Australia. Of course, every real Sydncyite regards this as a libel, but when the confessions of the City •Council and a few of the ether municipal coun cils are read it almost sounds as though this statement were true. The last straw of indig nity was added last week when a Melbourne company wrote to the Coum-.il offering to take a contract of cleansing the city. The Melbourne company seemed to think that it could keep the city spotlessly clean, dump the garbage forty or fifty miles away out to sea, so that it could never possibly co'.ne back again, and do all this for a smaller expenditure of money than that incurred at present. No reply has been sent "to the company, but there ' is' 110 doubt what the reply will be. It will be a most emphatic "No." It is to be hoped that one a: the effect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

BABY'S WHOLE Covered with Small Red Spots, Hardly a Space Between. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Skin in Splendid Condition. Norway, N. S. W.—"My.baby at about the age of three weeks became covered on the face with small red spots. I thought it ■was just one of the rashes that babies are often subject to and would soon disappear, but it seemed very obstinate, although I kept on using home remedies for several weeks, and instead of getting better it got gradually worse. You could hardly see a space between the spots. The baby's whole face was scarlet and very much disfigured and I did not like to take her outside the house. " Having read of the Cuticura Remedies I sent for a sample tin of the Cuticura Oint uiont and used it as directed with some Cuti cura Soap which I bought.. The result was - so favorable that I bought some more of the Cuticura Ointment, and after using the best part of one tin the rash had almost disap peared, leaving just a few isolated spots, i which soon fade...

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THE LADIES LETTER HOLMBY HOUSE, TOORAK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

HOLMBY HOUSE, TOORAK. Dear Peg,— .Though the final ceremonies of two of the .many recent weddings iu well-known families >went off without a hitch, and the young couples finally disappeared in a mist of rose leaves and ..confetti, considerable anxiety' has been endured beforehand by those most concerned. The seri ous ill-health from heart trouble of the father :of one prospective bridegroom rather handicap ped his bride as to the choice of trousseau—a selection of toilettes that would vie- with Jo seph's coat in the matter of colours was, of .course, impossible—vand at one time it was even a question as to whether the knot-tying cere mony would not have to be postponed. But, happily, there was no need for this drastic ac . tion, and all is safely over. The - threatened crumples in the roseleaf of another bride were also finally smoothed out ; but she got a de cided shock' on receiving the news' one very hot Sunday afternoon that her bridal outfit and trousseau had just been reduc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

THE WEBB BUILDING. 234 COLLINS ST. (Opp. "Age" Office). . We are now making our USUAL REDUCTIONS for BETWEEN SEASON'S COSTUMES-Crepe do Chcnea, Eoliennes, Tweeds, or Linens—for a PEW WEEKS ONLY. \ FROCKS AND BLOUSES TO ORDER. Tel. 4311. First Floor. Take Elevator. 11» SWANSTON ST.. MELBOURNE. CHARMING PORTRAITS, FROM 10/ A DOBFIN. ® ROUPS. CHILDREN AND LADIES IN EVENING DRESS A SPECIALTY. Photographers,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

Oxleyne and Kabo Corset Parlor, PRAHRAM ARCADE, CHAPEL ST.. PBAHRAN. OXLEYNE SKIN FOOD REMOVES ALL WRINKLES AND BLEMISHES. Prevents liair growing, and is non-grensy. 1/6, 3/6, and 6/6 jar. FACE POWDER, Undetectable. 1/6 and 3/. CORSETS, from 2/11 to 35/. MAIL ORDERS STRICTLY ATTENDED TO. FELTON AND GRIMWADE. Wholesale Agents. MISS SMITH, Manageress. CHOICE GIFTS. laces of all descriptions. lares Assortment of dainty blouses, Hand Embroidered and Trimmed with Irish Crochet. Great Variety of neckwear. MISS A. F. KELLY, 178 collins street. Small and EdwardB Buildings. Take Lift. IN ALL COLOURS, FROM ALL' DRAPERS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

For INFANTS & INVALIDS. Admirably adapted to the wants of infants.* —Sir Chas. A. Cameron, C.B., M.D. A Mother's Testimony: Mrs. J. Kain, 6, Rockingham Road. Doncaster, writesDOCTOR ADVISED ME TO GIVE MY TWIN BOYS OF SIX WEEKS OLD YOUR NEAVE'S FOOD. I have reason to be grateful to my Doctor for his advice, because I have never lost a night's rest with any of my children, and they have cut their teeth without any trouble. Your Food also docs away with all need of medicine and castor oil."—22nd August, 1912. British Medical Journal: "Well adapted for the use of children and aged people much used by mothers nursing and by invalids." Has for many years been used In the Russian Imperial Family. Nearly 80 Years' Reputation. COLD MEDALS London, 1900 & 1900, also Paris. NEAVE'S MILK FOOD. FOR THOSE REQUIRING A STARCHLESS MILK FOOD FOR BABIES FROM BIRTH. INSTANTLY PREPARED BY ADDING HOT WATER ONLY, & NOT NEEDING THE A DDI TION OF MILK. ETC. Dr.—, D.SC., M.D.. D.P.H., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

iS£Sf'BBSTOE™0 rnBE pootf * orwS»S.« "» Cafe Francais, 57 LITTLE COLLINS STREET - _ (Next SwanBton-st.).

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SOCIAL. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

SOeML. Cowing Events. Notilicutions under this head are charged at the rate of 1/ lor three lines (about 18 words) per insertion. The Manager reserves the right to cut down any notice exceeding three lines. May. 1914.—Early in month. Repertory Theatre Fund Ball. In the presence of the Governor General and Lady Denman. Melbourne Town Hall. Tickets 10/6. Hon. sec., Mrs. Gregan M'Mahon, Oxford Chambers.

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