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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, FOR LONDON, via Suez Canal, . Taking Passengers for ADELAIDE, FREMANTLE, W.A., COLOMBO (for India), PORT SAID (for Egypt), NAPLES, TOULON, GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH, TRANSHIPPING FOR Canada, New York, Boston, South America and all Continental Ports. . V R.M.S. OTWAY, 12,077 Tons, on FEBRUARY 18. R.M.S. OTRANIO, 12,124 Tons, on MARCH 4. RMS. OSTERL/EY', 12,129 Tons, on MARCH lb. All Steamers fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. Twin Screws. AND FORTNIGHTLY" THEREAFTER. Passenger Season 19J 4.—The plans of steamers are now open, and accommodation may be booked. Passengers booked to Western Australia. South Aus \ralia. New South Wales, and Queensland Ports. D. L. DO WD ELL, Branch Manager. 312 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEY NOTES Our Manners. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Our Manners. Sir John Madden is our lecturer in cniei. No public man in Australia is .so ready witlt re proof as he is, but we have to admit in miti gation of the offence that no one can do it so well, and with, so. friendly , an air. At the A.N.A.. banquet the other day it was Young Australia's manners that were criticised. We know what Sir John thinks of Young Austra lia's morals. Some time ago our genial critic had an outburst of zeal amounting almost to ,wowserism in advertising Australia's mau'trold sins and weaknesses. Then came a season oi repentance, and on one occasion he made a pub lic avowal of an uneasy feeling agitating his breast, which emotion sprang from a fear that perhaps he had been going too far. At any rate, he was going to modify his reforming mania for the future. Is that inborn mission ary proclivity breaking out again ? Australian manners are bad. The '-hie! Justice compares our manners with those of tho men of the wild Highlands of Scotland, greatly to c.ur...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Where Twentieth Century Intelligence Fails. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Where Twentieth Century Intelligence Palls. "The intelligence was there," the thirtieth century historian will write, referring to our self-government. "It was intelligence of a high order—and yet they allowed such absurdities as these." We need not look so far ahead for con demnation of the absurdities. At least one, the slum absurdity in Melbourne, has been exposed in a thorough way already. "Wo are con vinced," says the* Select committee on housing conditions, "that the housing of the people in portions of the metropolis is disgraceful, and that the conditions under which -the unfortunate residents of the slum areas exist are a menace not only to themselves, but to the health of the community at large.'' This is strong cri ticism. No official committee or Royal Com mission on any question has spoken in such language before. Bat it is fuilv deserved, and "the committee could justly have gone further, and poured ridicule and contempt upon the com munity that tolerates existing cond...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mary's Tale of Woe. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Mary's Tale of Woe. The other morning the daily papers contain ed a very usual kind of'(item, the sort of frag ment of news which happens so often that peo ple have ceased to give^ it any more regard than they usually bestow on the morning milk, or Friday's fish, or the fre;;kle oil the ,nose of the inevitable domestic. This item abridged the terrible tale told to llie police by a young woman at Malvern, who presented -herself be fore the officials of the law in an apparently damaged condition, 'with earth in her hair, her hat a"wry, her clothing torn, and sporting an expression of ut^r 1'straction. It wns gather ed from her first \v Incoherent remarks that she had been attacked by ;i traction engine ; but presently Mary (i! her name wasn't Kate) composed herself sufficiently to explain that five young men had set upon her in a secluded place, and violently misused her. The details of Mary's sad case can be left to the imagina tion of newspaper readers. Suffice it to say» it was the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Dependants. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

The Dependants. This rivalry between the man iu town and the man in the country that has been accented by the attitude of the Watt Government is ex tremely interesting. "Punch" , holds no brief for either side, being strong in the conviction that both sides are essential to progiess, and that neither has any just claim to precedence. Mr. Watt and several his colleagues have endeavoured to give the country workers a sort of pre-eminence, feeling, seemingly, that such a course was necessary as an extra justification of the policy of fthe Government. A policy that offers to improve the u.itural industries needs no further justification. 11 is .1 good thing for the country, and that is sufficient. If it were a bad thing for the country all the virtues that could be' ascribed to the farmer would not justify it. What we contend; is thab in our day the laudation of the rural producer to the detriment of the claims of th-5 town producer is quite false. That outlook is a relict of a Past age...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

For Cool Comfort! This neatly-finished White Canvas Model is the City's Biggest Value at Light, cool, easy Shoes will this season be mor» popular than evev. Come and criticiae our new lull range. Vote carefully the Low Prices. You'll own rod*ve never seen equal values anywhere. ASIC FOR CATALOGUE—FREE I LCEMING Shoe Stores, 109 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. 257-9 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. 1-B ERROL ST.. NORTH MELBOURNE. 2T\n CHAPEL STREET. PKAHRAN. Tel. Cent. 1799. .The Brightest of all SRoe Shines, GAZERA Paste. Large tins, 6d. POSTAL RATBS FOR PUNCH To foreign countries the postage on nowspaper« • is—For 4oz. or mider. Id. ; for each additional 2oz. or under, jd. To the United Kingdom, Id. up tj Soz. ; 8oz. to 10oz., 2Jd. ; averv additional 2oz. Jd. If sent wholly by sea, and not more than one newspaper in each wrapper. Id. for 16oz. This wt ek the postage on "Punch" to the United Kingdom is 2Jd.; but if sent wholly by rca (wrapped singly. Id., and to foreign countries, 2Jd. To any ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

You Own a Camera Send Us Your Name— We want to place vour ■ name. on our 1914 mailing list, so that wo .• muy .send you all the Catalogues, Booklets, ami other Pamphlets, etc., issued throughout the year. They are very valuable to <0^; - camera users. : C'i ; i LiJJl.lIUIffl1*, r I' SEND, VS, YOUR NAME AND- ADDRESS NOW, AND WE WIIXO'l .. send you a . i?i 11 r.ri:iiir.iii JiiiiCi ulsi:! FREE COPY OF Harrington's Photographic Journal. Usually sold at 4d. Per Copy. ' I . (Mention this Paper.) ' j II? 266 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE. BRANCHES In EVERY STATE AND N.Z. f >' ' N.S.W. 8®il§ '(! FIGURES TALE! 1,500,000 ,'COPIES SOLD T°„FE CELEBRATED "BOOKSTALL" SERIES of AUSTRALIAN BOOKS This is tho most popular Series and successful Library of Books ever issued. The selection of stories is clean and wholesome, and treat with the conditions of life in our sunny land, telling the traditions and experiences of a virile people appealing to the heart of all Aus tralians. The stories issu...

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Candidates For Melbourne Government House. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Candidates For Melbourne Government House. , No sooner was Lord Denman's resignation announced than a dozen men were mentioned in London in connection with the Governor-Gen eralship. Most of these are candidates lot the post. They have not, of course, nominated i themselves ; they would probably deny that lliey are hoping for the appointment." But' everybody who. has observed the methods of Governments in filling high positions knows the. way names "become mentioned." Friends get to work, confidential letters are written, and a whisper is sent echoing round the political clubs and Parliamentary lobbies. Friendly newspapers are asked to "test" the candidate's chances by pub lishing the name. If these efforts produce a tolerably good effect, "the candidate becomes an open applicant for the position, if not, ne is able to say that he is Hot an applicant, and. could not be induced to aocept any appoint ment—"for the present." There is nothing cynical in this description of political lob...

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CURRENT NOTES. A Federal Scarecrow. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

CURRENT MOTES• A Federal Scarecrow. The anti-dissolutionists m the Liberal Party are strong. They are opposed to another elec tion • because of the bother, expense and risk it brings to politicians and to political leagues. They know that the present Parliament is use less and dangerous,' and' that no good can come out of it. They know, that the Parlia ment can do nothing but fritter away time. and money, and fill many volumes of "Hansards" with futile debate. Yet they dread the dis turbance of their own pleasant enjoyment of £600 a year, and so they arc fighting tooth and nail' against the double dissolution policy. Sup Bprted by a section of the press, which has found Federal elections auring recent years ex traordinarily embarrassing and expensive, these Liberal members of the Federal Parliament have raised the following political scarecrow An election was held in May ; the voting was equal. Another election would produce equal voting. So would another. And so would another. Ther...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Magi For indigestion nnd Biliousness. A MILD APERIENT FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

SYDNEY'S DELIGHTFUL WATERING PLACE. : . . ;Bcautiful Harbour Views. Unsurpassed A«commddatipji.. Moderate Tariff. The Hotel. ha§ .Viepently; undergone Extensive tJp:to-date, Alterations. For particulars, ^'rite. .^to' the Proprietor, ... l. faui.sen: ; (Late Captain North Coast. Steamers).

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THE SIGNALLERS INSTRUCTIONAL CAMP AT HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

THE SIGNALLERS INSTRUCTIONAL CAMP AT HEIDELBERG. SIGNALLING STATION—SIGNAL ENGINEERS. I SERGEANT-MAJORS. INSTRUCTORS. ' ■ ' ■■■» •AVi.Mn.wttr'j> "egy.-r.-M 2APT. MACWORTH, D.A.S., INSTRUCTING HIS OFFICERS. -- V ■ c s\ - -«• a refresher after the day's work. •rsj?" -rt-tc^—-•j-tl- - - r " ~r^~ MUSTER OF THE 26th BATTALION FOR PARADE. SOME MEMBERS OF THE 55th BATTALION. PREPARING DINNER. The German Crown Priiu'e continues to give the old "pot and pan" u lot of trouble, and it is plain he will continue to do so. The Kaiser has no monopoly of divine light, a little of it is shed upon the heir apparent, and the Crown Prince claims a divine right to do as he durn well pleases and say what he thinks. The qua lities that have made the father Germany's task master have made the .son rather unfiluil, and little disposed to . obey his parents. TIj reckons his days will be long in the land with out any such condition. But the radicals are telling him he is unfit to wear the crown. His intens...

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ANTICIPATIONS BY "OMEGA." WILLIAMSTOWN R.C. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

ANTICIPATIONS BY " OMEGA." WILLIAMSTOWN R.G. _ Willi arris town will be the rendezvous lor turf ites on Saturday, afternoon,, whet the seaside club will submit a very attractive programme of half-a-dozen events. Several prominent can didates for autumn honours are engaged, and the running should he mo.-it interesting. Fields in most of the races pronfise to bo -above lh3 average, and keen and exciting finishes are like ly to prevail. The secretary, Mr. 0. F.. Orr, reports the course in very good condition, and sport of the most interesting order may be an ticipated. Forecasts :— Hurdle Race (2 p.m.), two miles.—1'ortlock or Commonwealth. Two Year Old Handicap (2.35), five furlongs —Boytah or Kirtle. Next best, Kilspindie. Truganini Handicap (3.10), one unle.—Dew berry or Black Pan. Next best, Rosny. Welter Plate. (3.45), six furlongs.—Andelosia (if start), Duel or Pinkerton. Welter Purse (4.20), six furlongs.—Polldook or Lym*eiis. Jumpers' Flat Race (5.0), one mile and three fur lon...

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FINAL FOR THE V.B.A. SINGLE-HANDED CHAMPIONSHIP, Played at Melbourne Green, Windsor, on Wednesday, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

FINAL FOB THE V.B.A. SINGLE-HANDED CHAMPIONSHIP, Played at Melbourne Green. Windsor, on Wednesday. 2Sth J:>'.usury. A GROUP OF PROMINENT BOWLERS. Mr. ^fitter CS.M!ciC.)V! r^inetiup ; Mr. S. Nathan (president V.B.A.), Umpire : Mr. Stephens (Armmlaie, Winner. V-V • • -/ A ijTNF. OF BOWLING ENTHUSIASTS. SEMI-FINAL.—SLATTER v. ROBINSON. MR. PASCOE (UMPIRE) MEASURING. NERVPJS AT HIGH TjZNSIoV.-A VBRY<"'6lfo^B FINISH. /S^:-"-,rr> ... k.\ FRIENDS OF THE COMPETING BOWLERS. JIR. Ii. H. ROBINSON' (M.O.C.) DRAWS THE SHOT.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

The Place fir lyres. .. The .r " Red Cross" Motor Tyre Hospital 'i he Largest and Most Lp to-Date Premises in Australia. 401-403 Swanston St., Corner of Lit He Latrobe Street, Telephone, Centra) WT5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

- Accommodation. Bvapjfthlnd Up-to-Data Write or 'phone for particulars. • MANAGER. Tels.—City 728. and Central 1938. " The .MAKBLE BAH attached is the handsomest bar ifl Australasia,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

"The Tyre that is Different," the es The Kubber and the Cord make one homogeneous whole, and the tension of each 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, SILVERTOWN RUBBER CO., 21-23 Elizabeth St., Melbourne. Gilbert Bldgs., Gilbert Place, Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Mitchell's Old Irish Whisky Delightful flavour, smoothness and delicious mellowness Is the Guarantee of its Perfect Maturity.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

, <■ * ^ - 1 ■r* ?. sVS / i •y.'-S? '^"if " \A §[ li m. ;i. Accountancy Typewriting Bookkeeping Shorthcaid English Arithmetic. Established 30 Years. COACHING for all PUBLIC EXAMINA TIONS. The New Premises of Stott's Business College. STOTT'S and The School of Success its New Home jf=a=T]TOTT,S BUSINESS COLLEGE in 1883 occupied a single small room in o Q o Temple Court, and boasted a staff of one. It began the 1914 session (Lo=H in the commodious building illustrated, with a staff of twenty expert and highly qualified tutors. In those two facts is briefly written the history of Australia's Oldest-Established Business College. First in 1885—First in 1914. Stott's was first in 1883—It was then the only Business College in Australia. It is first to-day in a wider sense— first in that it is now the largest of Australia's Business Educational Institutions; first in that it is the best staffed and best equipped; first in that its methods are most modern; first through the number...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

DISLOCATED SHOULDER. Unable to use right arm for six months. Relief ultimately obtained from Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment. A splendid tribute to the wonderful properties of Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment is paid by Mrs. E. Maher, of ''Nil Desperandum," Dartbrook Road, Auburn, N.S. W. People suffering from stiff joints or rheumatism will probably find her letter most interesting-. " 'Nil Desperandum,' Darttbrook-road, Auburn, N.S.W. "Dear SirsAs I always believe in giving credit where credit is due, I am sending this statement in praise of Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment. Just twelve months ago I dislocated my shoulder, and for about six months suffered continually, being unable to do any work that necessitated the use of my right arm. I was treated by a doctor, and also tried various Lini ments recommended by different chemists, but all to no purpose, the severe pains still continuing. After being in this state for about six months I one day read an advertisement contai...

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