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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Eve } £ ; How 0— on your Tyre You can repair in your tube or cover with just your two hands and a Trade Mark Reg. r. i THE You can do and will make a than vulcanizing. at one-tenth its cost, repair easier, quicker and better The illustration below shows the simple Tire=Doh Outfit. It consists of one tin of Tire=Doh, and one tin of Tire=I)oh Cement, neatly packed in a white enamelled tin. './To repair a puncture you simply clean around the hole with benzine. Apply a little Tire-Doli Cement, allowing it to dry 5 to 10 minutes, and knead in enough Tire-Doh to fill the hole and make a neat patch. Time required, 15 minutes. No vulcanising—just inflate the tyre, and drive on. Tire-Doh is used in exactly the same manner for repairing cuts or sand pockets in casings, and no matter how large the hole, Tire-Doh will make a repair as tough and as elastic as the tyre itself Your dealer probably stocks Tire-Doh. If not, we will be pleased to for ward you an outfit on receipt of a postal-note for...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

HELPLESS AS AW INFANT. Young Girl Severely Attacked by St. Vitus' Dance. Her Mother had to Feed, Dress and Wash her—A Notable Cure by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. A notable instance of the %alue jf Dr. Wil liams' Pink Pills in nervous disorders is givei. by Mrs. Caroline Brown, o£ " Minnievilli:,'' John-street, Waverley, a .Sydney suburb. Sonu time ago her daughter Margaret, who is now nineteen, was attacked by 'chat disorder dl'Cad by all parents, St. .Vitus' Dance. Mrs. Browne had to treat ner girl just like an iuiant, wasu. feed and dress her. The patient tad the atten tion of a msdical man, but as Mrs. Brown was not satisfied that progress towards recovery was heing made, she decided to give her daugh ter a course of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Mrs. Brown speaks in glowing terms of the result. She says :— "After having an attack of St. Vitus' Dana1 when she was twelve, my daughter Margare: always gave the impression that, the complaint was still in her system, and at fifteen years c»...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

HE4RTtE^ COME people hesitate to give a Proprietary Medicine to Very Young Children and, in many cases the hesitation is quite justifiable; but the Public need not have any fear about HEARNPS BRONCHITIS CURE This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Hearne who is a REGISTERED CHEMIST of extensive r T experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ounce of his Magnificent Reput ation on the fadt that HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE is equally beneficial to young CHILDREN, ADULTS and the VERY AGED. FOR COUGHS and eOLiDS ice w\;

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SPORTING Turf Flotsam and Jetsam [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Turf Flotsam and Jetsam By "Om^ga. After an absence from the busy sccne o{ nearly two years, the Chiron horse, Desire, showed that he is' not >'ct a back number by appropriating the Charles Youl Handicap on the second day of the Launceston Cup meeting. Desire carried 10.0, and scored handsomely from Silver Ciaim, who won theiNewnham Cup a.day later. Desire ran the nine furlongs in- the satis factory time of 1.57 1-5. He is engaged in the Newmarket Handicap at 9.1, and the Australian Cup at 3.9. When Desire won the . Newmarket two years ago he carried.. 7.11, and set 1.13 J for the three-quarters of 'a>;*nile. Desire claims one of the best turf recordsfaf the day. He has scored eight wins and two Seconds from thirteen starts, and in another race—the V.A.T.C. Oak leigh Plate—he ran fourth. Desire is still owned bv, the Tasmanian sportsman, Mr. A. F. A. O'Connor, and is trained by his usual mentor, D. Virtue. Desire has won £4441 in stakes. Sandown Park races were held on Saturda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

In that* branch of treatment which deals with freckles, sunburn, tan aud sallowness, great progress has been made, because not only can one totally vrid oneself of them when they have once made. their appearance, but—and this is more to the .point—these blemishes can now be virtually prevented. By that new, and, as a scientific achievement, almost marvellous specific, Novena Sunproof and Windproof Creme, those particular rays of the sun :which cause the pigmentation or freckling of the skin are made ineffective, and become paralysed, as it were. The creme is applied by rubbing it thoroughly into the skin before going out, after which some powder should be dusted lightly on. Now, as to removing freckles, sunburn, tan, sallowness, there again the stimulating proper ties of Valaze Skin Food come into play, by which, after penetrating into it, the skin is enabled to throw off the pigment: deposited in it by the sun's chemical action. For more obstinate freckles and sallowness, Valaze Fr...

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

l.r.w. way Collins S't.. for Elegant Costuming and Dressmaking, including Parisian Models '* ailor-Mades Day Gowns Evening Gowns Linen Blouses — — Muslin Blouses Evening Blouses etc., etc

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Z3E HEU mw i a hi o n a s If your purse can afford it. Their dazzling purity makes them pre eminently THE stones for En gagement Rings. We've an ex ceedingly superb variety, priced from a few to many pounds. Also a choice selection of Rings with mixed gems. You'll do well to see them before fiually deciding about "the ring." [Corner Lt. Collins St, and Royal Arcade M el bourne

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

P& Company's a Hoysal R9aiB Steamers FOR MARSEILLES. PLYMOUTH, AND LONDON. MALOJA Feb. 10] MULWA Apl. 21 MARMORA ... Feb. 24 MOOLTAN ... May 5 MOliDAVIA ... Mar. 10 MOREA Mav 19 MEDINA Mar. 24 MALOJA June 2 MONGOLIA ... Apl. 7 PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON : 1 Single £41/16/ to £82/10/ -Return £69/6/ to £123/4/ Further particulars obtainable at the Conipany's office, . : MELBOURNE: 447 COLLINS STREET. ,

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SORRENTO GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

SORRENTO GOLF GLOB TOURNAMENT. The annual tournament in. connection with the Sorrento" Golf Club was held on 23rd, 24t« and 2f;th January, and proved a great success. In con nection- with the club a most enjoyable dance was held on the Saturday night at the Continental Hotel Hill. A great number of visitors as well as golfers were present. The committee , were Mes dftmes Wharton, Willis and Hiskins and Mist) Mae Donald. On Monday ■ the most important event was the play for the Governor-General Lord Denman's Cup, which was won by Mr. Douglas Morrison, who has now tlie honour of retaining it, having won it twice in succession. During the aftornoon the pre sident (Mr. James Wright.) entertained between two hundred and three hundred golfers and. their friends at afternoon tea. The fancy dress mixed foursome caused ranch amusement,. the dresses being very up to-date. The prizes went to Messrs. Scott, Hart, Melville and Meader. Golfers are looking forward to the competitions which are to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

FASHIONABLE NECKWEAR Never at any time, anywhere in Australia, were Stylish Feather Boas offered at such prices :: : Women from hundreds of miles around should take advantage of this offer and get a Dainty Neck Ruf fle for almost nothing at MILLER'S Feather Shop Ostrich Collars 6/11 Black, White, Grey, Natural, &c. Finished with Ribbon Bows. Ruffles 10/6 .Black, White, Grey, Natural, or Black tipped with White. .These Necklets are very Special Value. Neck lets 6/11 Black, White,, or Grey Only. Ostrich Necklet 10/6 Finished with Silk Braid Ends Black, Cream, Natural, Grey or White. Ostrich Boas 10/6 M;;-, Post Free. Length 1 \ yards. Black, White, or Grey only, Miller's Patent Boa Fasteners, 2/6. Coque Boas BLACK or WHITE. ■ ... ,i; 12/6 ■ .i, Length 2 yards* •*» •.»j Your money back |if you are not satisfied with these Boas. We send post free to any address. Coque Boas 15/ Length 2 yards. We invite you to come and see our Feather Goods. We have pleased others and we can plea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

r—V' ■ ; ■: DALGETYS For the Quality Motor Car. T is at Dalgety's that a choice awaits you from the finest of the world's fine motor ears — the Daimler, Austin, Delaunay Belleville, Napier, Cadillac, Buiek and Opel for all of which Dalgety's are sole agents. IT is here that you pay for quality its lowest possible price. For the Dalgety Cars are secured through big contract purchases—in big quantities—at big discounts. 1913 Models at Reduced Prices have a number of 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. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. Dalgety & Co, LtdLs 654-664 Bourke St., Melbourne. TELEPHONE 5978. mmmair-r H : ! (ONE DOOR FROM SPENCER ST. —" - ii. - ■ : -- •rrrrtr-ifi3f THE NEAT AND NATTY FRENCH 3 IFWS3 CAR BAYONET, 10/12 h.p., Combines the Three Main Essentials of a MODEL CAR — Power, Economy in Petrol, Good Appearance. At the WILDWOOD HILL CLIMB the Little BAYONET, 8/9 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

"The Voice of the Physician.' " I find Plaamon Corn Flour and Plasmon Custard most delicious, and Plasmon transforms them from relatively unim portant adjuncts to an ordin ary diet into almost compute foods of the highest value in L-- - . the dietaries of invalids or gouty tenons' M. E. L . M.D., London. ANALYSIS PROVES that contains SO TIMES more proteid nourishment ^unOrdinaryCiistardPowder. Noegesrequired PLASMON CUSTARD 24.87% proteid. Ordinary „ 0.4% Each packet makes 4 pints ot CUSTARO in PERFECTION 10.5 hp. LIGHT CAR — A Grand JLittle Car, English, with all the English thoroughness of manufacture evidenced by its Sine appearance, strength, and all~through gvodness. Completely equipped and ready for tho road, with Hood, Screen, Horn, Head, Side and Tail Lamps, Pump, Jack, and Roll o! Toole ... £.275 Catalogues Application. ESSENDON MOTOR GARAGE Sole Agents also for the Famous Arrol-Johnston Cars. 535 Mt. Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds. mmmmw, A delectable and sparkling selection...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

SUNSHINE MOTOR CI1S PTY. LTD., COLLINS STREET. Siddeley - ©easy, fhe Car of Perfect Comfort A Car which, besides being absolutely Reliable in Mechanical Details, is so equipped as to ensure the Perfect Com fort of the Passengers Under Every Cir cumstance. ALSO AGENTS FOR Lanchester, Vauxhall,. Delage, Overland, Cottin-De8gouttes and Daimler Omnibuses and Lorries. WRITE US FOR DETAILS. 1914 0A1LANDS 1914 I'Tis the Car with'a Conscience). Note the following Improvements in oar New 1914 Models : I 1. Delco System Electric Self-starter and Lights. 2. Car Painted all French drey (not like a hearse). 3. Khaki Hood. 4. Oversize Tyres. The Oaklands is the Car for You. SIMPLE! SILENT! STU51BY! MEDIUM WEIGHT. I SUPERLATIVE QUALITY. j CONSISTENT RELIABILITYI MODERATE PRICE. DISTINCTIVE APPEARANCE. EXTREMELY ECONOMICAL J MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY. ! EXCEPTIONAL EQUIPMENT. J UNAPPROACHABLE VALUE 1 A. BUM HELL Si CO. Pty. Ltd-, The Recognised. Motor Specialists. ©©8=1© Collies St— @£8-3© Eotir&e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Have You Bought a Motor Car ? If lemember when doing bo that THE BODY makes the car. We design and build Motor Bodies to ordsr for any make, in any. style, at Most Reasonable Rates. Stevenson Bros., Motot Body Works, •5( 8 PUNT ROAD. SOOTH YARRA. Tel., Windsor 1811. Rudolph Patterson & Howling, ZAutomobile Engineers, • ALL CLASSES OF REPAIR WORK UNDERTAKEN. ' SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 21-20 WILLS STREET (off Latrobe St. W.). Telephone 9276.

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mining. ARARAT [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

mining. JbY " L' S. D." ARARAT— New Langis continue lo hold a foremost posi tion on the Melbourne Exchange among the gold mining slocks. After putting up the rise into the wash a distance of over 50ft. it. was report ed that the wash was too wet to be worKeu at once, and this led to some realisations. It was expected that there might be some check to the work of iising ; but it is not anticipated that the present delay will be of any duration. What the company will now do will be to open out at a point lower down 111 the rise, and instead of rising directly into the wash they will" put a level into it from here. This will only mean throwing back operations for a week or so. The company has pursued a good policy in tak ing no risks with water pressures. The pres sures fixed by the manager have admittedly been on the sate side, and after all it is ju,st as well to err on the conservative side. The country generally has been favourable, and proved tcry tight to work up to 40ft. After t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

ONE swallow does not make a summer,"— but one swallow of "MITCHELL'S WHISKY" makes a customer. Telephone, Central 6970. Telegrams : "Robertson," Exchange, Melbourne. M, J. Robertson (Member ol Stock Exchange oi Melbourne), STOCK & SHAREBROKER, 871 COLLINS STREET. Agents in all Centres. NOBEL— GLASGOW EXPLOSIVES Are World~Renowned for GOLD FINDING. DAL.GETY & CO. Ltd., Sole Agents.

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ANSWERS TO MINING CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

ANSWERS TO MINING CORRESPONDENTS Spec" (North Melbourne).—We are favourably dis posed to the Melbourne Motor 'Bus Co. as an in vestment, and would bo moro so if the company could get the permission of the Council to allot tliem stands in the city. Wo consider tho con ditions in Melbourne and suburbs amply justify the need of a auick means of transit, and the motor 'bus servico will doubtless become very popular. 'M.R.S."—There should be no reason why Now Langi Lopans should not ro better. They have a Rood outlook, on paper, and thero is tho state ment by the mamtRer that everything is right so far ns the rise into the wash is concerned. There was a little bit of a panic when tho news came through about the water having made so freely and prevented tho line of operations which had bean previously laid down. This led to a declino in prices from which shares have not yet recov ered. but we think there is a Rood chance of values steadying in the course of a week or two. The manager is a...

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THE PLAY GOER THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

By "Potsr Ontaae." THEATRE ROYAL. In consequence of the approach of the termin ation of . the Julius Kjiight season at the The atre Royal, and the intention of the manage ment to . have a succession of auick chances. "Diplomacy" gave^way last Thursday night in favour of "Man and Superman." Mr. Bernard Shaw's quaint dramatic conceit was capitally played, and the smart dialogue with which it abounds found frequent applause. All the char acters were well played, Mr. Julius Knight giv ing a fine rendering1 of Man Tanner, who finds himself powerless against the wiles of Superman Ann. Whitfield, which was made an attractive and irresistible personage by Miss Irene Browne. Miss Maggie Knight, Miss Emma -Temple, and Miss Dorothy Cumming, with Messrs. Martin Lews, Leslie Victor and 0.. 11. Stanford lent valuable assistance in the presentation of the piece. * * ft * . On Saturday night last "Milestones" was re vived for a week. The authors, Messrs. Knob lauch and Arnold Bennett, have made the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Commonwealth HEAD OFFICE Bank of HustraKa SYDNEY Thli Bunk is open for all classes of GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Kockhampton, Townsville, and Londoh. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit*.' Advances made against approved se'curities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offices 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agency within the Commonwealth JA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

^Ihe Piano. A Really Hich-class! ENCLIShfPlANO, that will satisfy the most critical. Enthusiastically spoken oF j by the most- prominent Musicians in England j Sole - j .SB Send •Ayerifcs JIILVTVS, Aycnis fix "•"* ^xm>s^m' ' FREE ———- Catalogue Melbourne <■* Je Adelaide. ^ IH ) »»va ecnd.g. LUX©. "A LITTLE LOVE, A LITTLE KISS.' ("UN PEU D' AMOtUR." The most popular Melody published for years. The success ol Europe and America. Piano Solo. Song and Waltz Arrange ments. Bach price 1/9 net. CHAPPELL & 00. LTD., 23# FLINDRRS LANE. MELBOURNE. MAY BE) HAD OF ALL MUSIC SHLLBRS.

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