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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

8©ft Mufcber it is far more comfortable—-besides being cheaper—than on hard leather heels which rack and jar the nerves. RUBBER HEELS being made of soft pliable rubber, give better wear and more elasticity than hard, cheap compounds. They make hard pavements feel like pile carpets. * * OBTAINABLE IN VARIOUS STYLES FROM ALL BOOT SHOPS. SPECIFY"' DUNLOP" BRAND. * * DUNLOP RUBBER CO.. All State* and N.Z.

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIAN LADIES BOWLING ASSOCIATION. MIXED PAIRS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

VICTORIAN LADIES" BOWLING ASSOCIATION. MIXED PAIRS TOURNAMENT. ' The annual tournament oi Ladies and Gentlemen 1 Pairs, which was commenccd on 22nd January on the St. Kilda Bowling Green, was brought 'to a conclusion on Monday last. 2nd February, when six^ teer. pairs that had been left in out of the seventy one entries competed in the final rounds. There war. a very iargc attendance of visitors, and keen interest was taken in the games. The weather was Perfect, and tho greens in splendid order. In tho semi-finals two representative pairs from the .S.M C.O. and also two from tho Middle Park were left in. Airs. Craven and Mr. J. Chesterfield, 19 (M.P.), beating Mrs. Thompson and Mr. J. M'Gre per, 13 (M.P.). and Miss Elsie l-Ieather and Mr. W. S. Day, 3 6 (S.M.C.C.), beating Mrs. Purser and Mr. H. H. Bennett, 14 (S.M.C.C.). In the final game Miss Elsie Heather and Mr. W. S. Day. 15 (S.M.C.C.). succeeded in winning the tournament bv beating Mrs. Craven and Mr. J. Chesterfield, -1 (M.P....

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

MUSIC. liy "Orfco." We see that the wages question has once mora become a burning one with the musicians at tached to the theatres, and tne Union, upon the merits of the ease we will not descant. The leaders on both sides may well ue trusted to clear the atmosphere. For our part, whilst wlishing to see the enterprise of our managers in the theatrical world well rewarded for the pleasures bestowed on the public by them, at the same time it gives us equal pleasure to see the poor musician—"who has to work very hard to reach the standard of excellence demanded nowadays—recompensed adequately fur his devo tion to art. « • * * We hear that Mr. Claude Solomon has been appointed one of the violin interpreters at ihe Albert-street Conservatorium, under the man agement and directorship of Mr. Fritz Hart. The appointment will give unalloyed pleasure to a large number of music-lovers here. Mr. Solomon a few years ago was known through out the concert .halls of this <.'it,y as a boy ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Some Narrow Escapes. THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

§ Some Narrow Escapes. § By Adam Bachelor. THE FIRST DAW OF NATURE. Mrs. Hillwood was a widow with just suffi cient, to live on, and she elected to live at "Appyolm," Mrs. Ramnant's select boarding house, 41 Ridd-street, Blio.sington. it just hap pened that I was then a respected paying guest with Mrs. Ramnant at "Appyolm" in the sa lubrious suburb mentioned, a suburb whose pro sperous future depended on a muck - talked - of electric tram not yet in existence. I did not dislike Mrs. i lillwuod. Far .from' it. I 'do not dislike her now, but self-protection is the first law of nature. This protective in stinct prevented our marriage. Mrs. Hillwood might have been twenty-eight, probably she was thirty-four. She was fair, and the indications were that at forty she would comply with the alliterative trinity, and be fat as well us fair and forty. Mjeanwliile, Mrs. Bessie Hillwood was cariy ing her plumpness with aplomo, and contriving with certain^ adventitious aids to be sufficiently att...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Hifom&ett breakage The Firmseti Way ii the New Way ALFRED NOTT, Ophthalmic Optician, Only Addbess— 145 Collins St., Melbourne. Corner Rusiell St.. opp. Scots' Chnrth. Phone 2684 Central.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

9 To neglect the stomach, which is the' "mill" of the : •• - body, always at work on its ; supply and demand system, to refuse to keep it in order, to "oil" its working parts.as it were with that corrective and stimulating medicine, Clements Tonic, is '■to clog its action, impede its powers, hasten disease, and turn it into a charnel house of fermenting acids and cor • rupting causes. To have 'an unhealthy, half-working stomach in the centre of the' body is to pollute the entire blood and nerve systems, . .creating at once life and death—i.e., life to disease of various kinds, and ulti mate death to the body. - Here are a few of the dis • orders that spring from a weak digestive system, or in plain words, a stomach out of gear: Indigestion, Dys pepsia, Acid Fermentings, -j -. Heartburn, Palpitation, Con-. : stipation. Flatulence, Bilious- - ness, Nervousness, Sick ; Headache, Insomnia,, Loss of Sleep, Anasmia or Poor Blood. The timely use of \ Clements Tonic will '[ prevent ;and rel...

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

.ft., b. , -T Nothing Nicer than a. Stewart Baw»%atch Bracelet THE more conversant you are with Watch Values, the more convinced you will be that Stewart Dawson's offer you the most substantial values in their new Watch Bracelets. That refinement in quality and superior worth that goes with each purchase effected shows up remarkably in our splendid Watch Bracelet Offer. Each is a thoroughly-good timekeeper, of lasting quality and most pleasing pattern. Nothing would suit a pretty wrist better than to have one of these low-priced and beautiful modern conceptons in Jewellery always by you. Every article is plainly priced and inspection is greatly facilitated, rendering shopping here both pleasurable and profitable. The Rolex Lever Gold-filled Expanding Watch Bangle, in a variety of patterns. All at one price. £3/5/. We can. strongly recommend this class oi Watch as being sure to give greater satisfaction and longer wear than many of the cheap all-gold ODes now offered to the public. P...

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IMPUDENT INTERVIEWS. SIR JOHN AND AUSTRALIAN MANNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

IM PuDENT I NTE RVIEWS. SIR JOHN AND AUSTRALIAN MANNERS. "Your Honour," said the Impudent Inter viewer." ' The Chief Justice was busy rubbing some body's- embrocation (guaranteed to grow hair on a cement cherub after ten applications) on his top lip- He only grunted. "About Australian manners, Sir John." "They haven't any," said the O.J. shortly. "Let us consider the matter more closely. Is it, for instance, manners to criticise other people's manners ? If so, I may be cxcused for criticising the manners of an eminent gen . tleinan who busies himself exploring foi a lost moustache when being addressed by a man and a brother." "I merely said that it would be advisable for the A.N.A. to take up the matter of ,tbe cultivation of Australian manners." "So you did ; but saying Australian manners need especial attention inYplies that said man ners are in a bad way. .Now, what's tbe trouble? All this was at the A.N.A. banquet. Does the A.N. Ass. cat its peas with a knife ?" "No, certainly n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Always Go to TYE'S For Your Home Furnishing. NOWHERE Will you see a larger selection NO ONE Can give you better value. Send for Catalogue. BOURKE STREET and SUBURBS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

BAD HEALTH. One of the most general causes of bad health is the inefficient action o* the kidneys and the liver. It is the function of the kidneys and liver to deal with certain waste poisons which are being continuously manufactured in our bodies, and, when the kidneys and liver are in active or diseased, these waste poisons remain in the system, and cause us to suffer from rheu matism, pout, neuralgia, lumbago backache, sciatica blood-disorders, anaemia, indigestion, biliousness, Jaundice, sick-headache, general de bility, gravel stone and bladder troubles The reason that V'irner's Safe Cure has proved so effective in the above-mentioned complaints is that the medicine heals and restores the kid neys and liver to health and activity when the uric acid and other waste poisons are duly ex pelled from the body through the natural chan nels. Warner's Safe Cure is sold by chemists and storekeepers, both in the oritrinal (5/) bottles and in the cheaper non-alcoholic (Concentrated} (2/6)...

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Sydney Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Sydney Shows. —Her Majesty's Theatre. "Come Over Here." —Tlvoli Theatre. Rickards's Tlvoli Company. .; —Adelphi. "Aladdin" Pantomime.. —Criterion. "Officer 666." Palace Theatre. "The Grafters." —Theatre Royal. "A Royal Rival." ^-Little Theatre. "His House in Order."

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Melbourne Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Melbourne Shows. .—Her Majesty's. "Tne Forty Thieves." —Theatre Royal. "The Lion and the Mouse." (Sat.) --Prineoss's. "The Wearing of the Green." (Sat.) —King's Theatre. "The Land of Nod.' -—Opera House. Tivoli Vaudeville Company. ■■ ;:-r-Melba Theatre. Continuous Photo-plays. , —Britannia Theatre. Continuous Photo-plays. —Royal Picture Theatre, Windsor. Photo-plays. • I—St. Kilda Beach. The English Pierrots. —Follies" Theatre, St. Kilda. "The Daffodils." ;—"Tho Dandies." Esplanade, St. Kilda. —Luna ParK. Esplanade, St. Kilda.

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GREENROOM GOSSIP. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

GREENROOM GO88IP. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. "B.M.S." (Murchison).—Sorry ; can't identify it. "Florette" (St. Kilda).—1, No. 2, No, he is about fifty-four or fifty-five. 3, Nothing definitely settled on that matter yet. Maud Allan, the classical dancer, who is opening in Melbourne very .shortly, is now. tra velling round with the Cherni-ivskis, the young musicians who appeared in this city two or three years ago. The Cherniav.skis joined, the dancer in South Africa, and. the combination has worked with the happiest financial results. In India the tour was a tremendous success, and though Miss Allan bad to postpone her first appearance for five weeks on account of a sprained ankle, the first'week's takings were a record, amounting to no less than £3000. As was reported by cable, an extraordinary con troversy raged about the alleged immodesty of Miss Allan's dancing. For weeks before her appearance in Calcutta the city seethed with argument as to .whether she was indclicate or not, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

(Melbourne's Largest and Most Up-to-date Warehouse^" , — • m • i • ' | ri • _ \ / « '/ Ifor Art Furnishings and Furniture.) Rugs in Fine Persian have now on display a number of Beautiful Rugs, in which the best of the old Peman designs have been faithfully reproduced. In them will be found all the colour richness and beauty of. design of the expensive originals, yet at prices distinctly moderate. For example—6 ft. x 3, 30 j; 7 ft. x 4, 63/; 12 ft. x 3, 75j. CHUECM BROTHERS Pty. Ltd. 238-240 ELIZABETH STREET (Just above General Post Office). ■ - .n— CRAIG CLEARANCE of CARPETS One of the outstanding features of our Stock-taking Sale — High-grade Carpets in immense variety of designs and colours AT PRICES THAT SEEM IMPOSSIBLE About 1200 Best Brussells Carpets ) Usual Prices, „ 450 Velvet Pile ,, I 7/6 & 6/11 „ 700 Super Axminster ,, ) Now only 4/11 yd. 50 dozen Woven Matting, 5ft. x 2ft. Sin., 1/- each. Between 1200 & 1500 Carpet Samples, from 9d each WATCH OUR WINDOWS....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

BREADWINNER DARE NOT GIVE UP No matter how bad his back is-no matter how shaky and ill k feels he HAS to keep at his work-made doubly hard by weakness and pain with the man who is always For employers have no patience and there are plenty of others able and eager to fill his place. But his complaint is NOT incurable after all—those dragging back aches and mysterious pains, as well as lumbago, urinary disorders, gravel, inflammation of the blad der, dropsy and rheumatism arise from kidney poisons left in the blood by weak kidneys—and kid ney disease CAN be cured by pro per treatment, but only by a medi cine that strengthens weak kidneys, helping them to discharge the urin ous poisons which are saturating the body and spreading disease over the system. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are successful (as in this case) because they are solely for the kidneys and bladder—all their healing properties are devoted to building up the strength of weak kidneys, and assisting them to elim inate the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

RONISCH PIANOS The World's Greatest Piano tor Australia. 58,000 HOMES HAVE RONISH PIANOS Carnegie & Sons, 106 Elizabeth Street. Sole Agents : R0NIR0H PIANOS, GORS & KALMAN PIANOS, SCHWEOHTEN PIANOS. BRINSMEAD PIANOS, BELL ORGANS. angelus PIANOS. And the Wonderful ANGELUS PIANO PLAYER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

YOUR SUMMER , HOLIDAY Iff COOL TASMANIA, 7 The Garden State. Excursion Fares at any time for parties of six. The Best Fishing, Scenery and Climate in the Com monwealth, Vary your journey to Hohart by including the beauti ful East Coast or North- Western routes. FOR ALL INFORMATION, RESERVED SEATS' ON EXPRESS TRAINS. GUIDE BOOKS, to.. APPLY AT Tasmanian Governmeit Tourist Agency, Dominion Chambers, 59—61 WILLIAM ST., MELBOURNE.

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SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

SOCIETY. Earl and Countess Oravv and Lady Sybil Grey, who are passengers from England by the incoming mail steamer, Otranfco, will be. the guests of Their Excellencies the Governor-Gen eral and' Lady Denman at G-overnment House next week. G-encral Sir Ian Hamilton and his staff officers, 'General Ellison and Major lAsh rrare, who are breaking their journey at 'Perth, will arrive later, and' will also be the guests of Their Excellencies in Melbourne. The two sons of Sir Walter and La'ly Bartte lot left for England on Saturday last by the Ulysses. Upon reaching England the boys will go to school there, and will be in charge of their grandmother until the arrival of their parents at the end of the year. Duiing their sojourn in Melbourne \.fc>ir Walter and Lady Barttelot have been exceedingly popular with all classes, and have made many friends, to whom their departure with Their Excellencies -W11 be a matter bf very, sincere regret. The announcement ol. a double engagement •comes in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

NIPPON YUSEN "M?* KAISHA J?ot UfA»- %VlT' Imperial Mail Steamers. HONG-KONG. NEXT STEAMER will be TANGO MARU, FEBRUARY- 18, 1914. "N.Y.K." Special Round-the-World Services. "NY.K" For the -Trans-Asian Route. "N.Y.K." For Europe, via America. "N.Y.K." For the Far East. SAILINGS— NIKKO MARU. MARCH _ 18. KOMANO MARU, APRIL 15. TANGO MARU. MAY 13. Special Privileges and Opportunities of seeing the country are afforded to Tourists in JAPAN. Apply BURNS, PHILP and CO., LTD., Managing Agents. SUITES and ROOMS now available at "DE COMET," EAST ST. KILDA, in connection with "CLOYNE." MRS. PENDER, late 9! . "Toorak House." 'Phone 2225 Windsor. c* 1 • 1 Complexion. Lounge! Most women are aware that a good face cream is an absolute necessity for the preservation of a clear, healthy skin. What cream to use is the main point. USE "CAZIMI" CREAM Prepared and Packed in Russia. Absolutely pure, and unrivalled for clearing the complexion of all imperfections, freckles, etc., leaving- it smooth'and so...

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