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VICTORIAN SOFTGOODS ASSOCIATION PICNIC HELD AT SORRENTO ON A.N.A DAYA 26TH JANUARY PER P.S. HYGEIA [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

few Japanese. He brought a battleship along in 1880, and cleared out hurriedly because two Russian warships arrived. He said that he did not want his men to brawl with the Russians in Australian streets. 7 to returned with a small fleet in 1885 ; but his foctunss suffered an eclipse shortly after, and his advocacy of a

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

. Kugelmann3® Pyre Herbal Skin Soap, "BEAUTY'S AID." Free Sample Sent on Receipt of Twopenny Stamp. Kugelmami's Pure Herbal Skin Soap may be ob tained at all Chemists, Drapers, and Storekeepers, throughout Australasia at 2/6 per box of three large tablets. If not obtainable locally, send postal note or stamps of any State, to the value of ?•/ (including postage), when box will be posted per return mail. Sole Proprietors : H. E. KUGELMANN AND CO., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS nnd MANUFACTURERS. 14-1P QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE; PITT ST.. SYDNEY ; and at ADELAIDE and BRISBANE.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

• MARRIAGE. BAILEY—HEMMING.—On the 27th December, 1913, at the Pitt Street Congregational Church, by the Rev. N. J. Cocks, Herbert A., eldest son of Mr., and Mrs. G. F. Bailey, to Alice S. (Sissie), youngest daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Hemming, of Sydney, lacc of Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

STUD DOG. SeX. D|"";S. ii©t© WeiKht. 801b. Clear Nolo ie a splendidlj'-hred do^, being by that champion Fire, Senator, from Songbird II. He only ran in two stakes, winning one, and is very fast. He is liie last direct representative ol Sonirbird. Plear Note is half-brother to Gold Bar, Kintf oi Scots, Full Captam, Bugle Call (the New Zealand champion). Pure Tenor. Drum Major, and other trood performers Fee, £3/3/. for further particulars, arply to S. WALSH, Church St., Corowa. N.S.W.'

Publication Title: Punch
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

I -"OSMAri" GIVES AN AIR OF COMFORT a REPtW£EVJENY TO TMEv'BkSSPma ROOM.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

do® medigine. DISTEMPER POWDERS. 2/6 packet ; WORM POWDERS, 1/ each, 10/ dozen : Alterative Blood Mixture. 2/6 and 4/6 ; Mango Specific, 2/6 bottle : Tonic and Condition Balls, 2/G box : Canker Lotion. 2/6 bot: Eczema Cure (internal), 2/6 bot.: Eczema Ointment, 1/6 tin ; Stimulating Liniment lor Rac ing Greyhounds. 3/6 ; Husk Cure, 2/6 bot.; Chorea Pills, 2/6 ; DOQ SOAP. 9d. : Puppy Worm Syrup. 1/6 ; Internal Stimulant. 2/G ; Skin Lotion. 2/0. Posta^o extra. DOO BISCUITS. Shirley's Lactol and Worm Capsules stocked. R. W. BEDDOME & GO., CHYMISTS. 254 BOURK.E STREET. Opposite Opera House/Melbourne.

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SOCIAL. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Coming Events. Notifications under this head are charged at the rate of 1/ ior three lines (about IS words) per insertion. The Manager reserves the right to cut down any notice exceeding three lines. 4th March.—St. Kilda Mayoral Reception. May, 1514.—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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

w/ m HAWKER The Australian Aviator USES 'SHELL' BENZINE. BECAUSE It is Always Reliable Under All Conditions. The British Imperial Oil Co. Ltd. Tt . ,tr_ j At CAREY MOTOR CO., Ballarat. Buy a IF'CDIELI O Cars Single-seaters, rive-seaters, ^210 (FULLY EQUIPPED). Also Agents for Fiat, F.N., Sunbeam, Rover, Adler, B.S.A., Austro-Daimler, and Commer and Thornycroft Commercial Cars. Also The Evenrude Detachable Row Boat Rioter (any ordinary Rowing boat converted into a Motor boat in five minutes) PPBCG £30. Garage-No. 1 PEEL STREET. Officc- LYDJ* RD STREET. Ring up Ballarat 866 for Taxi or Touring Car. CAREY'MOTOR CO.s Ballarat. PSPBB^Fi • I mm fed WMfi {SB // I If you Buy a Car, Buy the Best9 Buy a BEMZ! Write for particulars. Arrange Trial Run. TIE BENZ MITOI AGENCY, 4§3 CM.UNS ST. 23

Publication Title: Punch
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Bowls. STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. WON BY W. W. STEPHENS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Bowls, By "Boomurang." STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. WON BY W. W. STEPHENS. The Championship of Victoria, 1914, will long be remembered by. those wlio took part in it. That it w:-.s a rpcord entry is a mare detail.. The first day, day, Saturday, saw an. intensely liot day come u., with the wind very troublesome' everywhere. Some body liad to survive on each green, an(i the four that came out on each of the sixteen greens wero thankful to see the last bowl for the day go up. If Saturday was a bad day, Monday was. as far as the preens were concerned, worse than Saturday. Or Sunday it came down m torrents, and fell un mercifully throughout the night. "For the coun try's sake," it was splendid, but after waiting for the rain for months it was tough on the bowlers that this greatest of all levellers should choose las it has a habit of choosing) the very time when they want summer conditions in this particular V.B.A. fixture. One player has won five and another four sections, nearly all in successi...

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

Mitchell's Old Irish Whisky Unrivalled for Age, Quality and Excellence.

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COURSING IN ENGLAND. HESKETH BANK MEETING. "Let us swear [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

COURSING IN ENGLAND. HESKETH BANK MEETING. By "ATisterton." "Let us swear That you are worth your breeding, which I doubt not, For there is none of you so mean and base That hath not noble lustre in your eyes. I see you stand like greyhounds in the slips. Strain, ire upon the start. The game's afoot." —"Kine Henry \ ' The prospects ol seeing Tide Time an<1 Adver sary competing at Hesketh Bank attracted no mean attendance for the Cup meeting on 16th and 17th December. Unfortunately tor lovers of • the sport, Tide Time was withdrawn from the Oup oving to an accidental course prior to the meeting. Adver sary ran- brilliantly, and succumbed to Broadmoor 'in-the final after a most exciting, course. It will be remembered that Tide Time and Adversary were left to battle out the final of 1912's Waterloo Cup. With Adversary running so prominently this season, an account of their durl for the coveted Blue . Rib bon wili be of interest to my readers. At; .the calling of the card Tid...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURSING. By "SPRINGER." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

COURSING. By "SPRINGER." At the Kyneton Club's new enclosure tho erection of fencing and netting is almost completed, and hare drivi-s will be 'arranged at once to stock tho ground- The club will spend about £300 on the enclosure this year. Of that amount £100 lias been lent b.v the Kyneton Turf Club at 4 per cent., anil a local sportsman has advanced a similar suia'at the same rate of interest. Bob Hampson has definitely decided to establish a kennel at Geelong this season, and during the present month will make n start at St. Albaus. Bob has been wonderfully successful the last two years. In 1912 he trained the winners of eight stakes, and four dividers-; ran-up eight times, and was third on two occasions. Last season he rail up with Ezarina in Opening Meeting at Corowa ; got into last six in Open Waterloo at Melton with Ezarina : won Australian Cup with Ezarina ; ran into last eight in Victoria Cup at Geelong with Ezarina (beaten by Black Pan, now in England) : ri-.n third in Aus...

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TRIAL OF THE NEW "BENZ" WATERING VAN, 29th- JANUARY. To be Used by the Melbourne City Council. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

TRIAL OF THE NEW " BENZ" > WATERING VAN, 2?Hh. - JANUARY-. To be Used by the Melbourne City Council. - SPECTATORS VIEWING THE NEW SWEEPER VXD SPRINKLER. MR. MOUNTAIN (CITY ENGINEER) DEEPLY IN TERESTED. When at dawn a few weeks ago at South Melbourne a big fire reddened ail the western sky, a number of jovial spirits were going down Collins-street in a "smoke-night-merry" condi tion. When they came in sight of the glara and reflection they stood dumbfounded at, they regarded as an extraordinary pheMjnpnisn;. "By gosh I" exclaimed one of them', '«h^;ji"-ish the first time I've seen the sun rise if I'll write to the papers about ifc." ■PTifass.' o LAURISTON GIRLS' SCHOOL. the School and the New House for Boarders which Miss Irving has just purchased, ir. the highest part of Malvern, close to Armacale train and electric tram, Prahran, or Deopdene. TEACHERS AND PUPILS OF THE "LAURISTOiN" GIRLS' SCHOOL. :

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Geelong Racing Club Meeting, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 23rd and 24th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Geelong Racing Club Meeting, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 23rd and 24th JANUARY. MRS. H. B. HODGES, MISS PURCELL, MRS. J. WILSON, JUtM^ ' — AMONGST THE BOOKMAKERS. -u 'i '■>. a i* - on the jlawn with the band. >j • tr* f ==_=====_===_=_=^^ A PAIR OF FAVOURITES. ' ■■■ ' •WCT'V.r-rJ MRS. AND MISS TIEINZ AND MRS. J. SOLOMONS. Recent Quarantine troubles and horedom were relieved by a wild and woolly police hunt after passengers who had never escaped. The whole whirlwind of excitement was worked up by a well-known business man. lie arid a friend, dis gusted at the treatment dealt out to themselves and their women-folk, lesoivoil to shake things up. So they made all th-3 preparations for an apparent jamboree, under the influence of which they were to pretend to escape. The quantity of liquor they procured was appalling, and when between them they appeared to sink four blottles of port wine in an incredibly short space the lady onlookers fled indoors in horror. Mean while the conspirators ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

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HARD WORK MADE EASY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

- * ' ' ' ' * ' ft rn HARD WORK MADE EASY.

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MIDDLE PARK SWIMMING CLUB CARNIVAL. Held in the Middle Park Baths on Saturday, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

MIDDLE PARK SWIMMING CLUB CARNIVAL. Held, in the Middle Park Baths on Saturday, 31st January STARTERS IN FINAL FOR OPEN HANDICAP V* -7~T (T V FINAL FOR BOYS' RACE. STARTERS IN FINAL FOR MIDDLE PARK HANDICAP. COMPETITORS lfOR THE LADIES' BRACELET. GROUP OF COMMITTEE AND OFFICIALS, AND COUNCILLORS. y COMPETITORS IN THE COMICALITIES. // nT LADIES INTERESTED IN THE CARNIVAL. r, . t ^ . m group of officials; sruss^^ss^^so. Poet Bernard O'Dowd lis anions a lew Aus tralians, if not the only one, who >ias achieved complete recognition while still alivo. Mis bust, by Gilbert Web, is one of the Fclton Be quest purchases, and as the sculpture is equal to the subject, it Js probable that it will re main in the National Gallery for all time. Mr. O'Dowd was born at Beaufort on 11th April, 1866, being the son of the officer in charge of local police. He Avon a State scholarship of £35, and, after a struggle, during which he had to earn his way and study at the tirpe,1 he achiev ed the LL.B. deg...

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AMERICAN ATHLETES IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

MR. 13. /kl^CAUJ3EFpT-, (AMERlfc^M THROWING JAVELIN. • , ' r ; . .1 ~V THROWING DISCUS. voV__ -V THE AMERICAN ATHLETES. " Front Row.— Mr. J. Power, Manager, Mr. R. R. Templeton. Back Row.—Messrs. E. R. Caughey and G. L. Parker. Photos by J. E. Barnes, Kew. _ AMERICAN ATHLETES tn ; AUSTRALIA. MISS JOSEPHINE DAVIS, , Who wil. make her appearance at the Opera House on Satur day night next, 7th Fenraary, Of the Allen Doone Co.. MISS ISDN A KEELEY, which opens a season at Saturday 7th February. the Princess's Theatre on MR. G. W. SIMS, MELBOURNE BOWLING CLUB. WINDSOR. Five times Champion of Victoria, also Champion of New South Wales in 1901 (the only time open to outsiders), and winner of more than half a score of Club Championships, Mr. Sims has played -Y^rrtkiu.QUFiy for forty years, and has the unique • ife'rord'' eir:g the greatest prize-winner at bowls 'jh". thif At f(rl'chx Still going strongly. Dr. A. C. D. Rivett, of .ihe Melbourne Uni versity, who is organising secretary of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

jEltNNIS JUST LANDED. SLAZENGER'S— RENSHAW 18/6 DEMON 21/ PASTIME 21/ DOHERTY 37/6 AYER'S S.N.D 42/ HOKSMANNS — GUARANTEED BY US 10/6 to 60/ Inspection Invited. Catalogue Post Free. HARTLEY'S SPORTS AND Cl-CLE STORES. 148 SWANSTON STREET. MELBOURNE. "Phone 6065 Central. Open till 10 o'olook Fri days.

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Scenes from the Pageant Drama, "JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN." To be staged for the first time at the Theatre Royal on Saturday, 14th February. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Zuleika POTIPHAR'S WIPE MEETS Have ye drawn him forth ? Heru : Ay, lady. JOSEPH. Zuleika : He mocketh at my gods. Strip him and slay him. ZULEIKA DENOUNCES JOSEPH. Zuleilca : He left his garment with me. Know thou whether it be his or no ? \ " ' Pharaoh : I have heard say of thee that thou canst understand a dream to mt€3p£et. it. JOSEPH IN PRISON. Zuleika : Didst thou think a woman scorned ^as so easily appeased ? i Suleika : Toueh the cup with thy lips Joseph : Away ! My senses reel already ! Scenes from the Pageant Drama, "JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN." To be staged for the first time at the Theatre Royal on Saturday, 14th February. Count Ito, whose death has deprived the Japanese modernist school of its old leader, was one of Japan's greatest men. Ito saw Australia at a time when Australia had seen few Japanese. He brought a battleship along in 1880, and cleared out hurriedly because two Russian warships arrived. He said that he did not want his men to brawl with the Russians in Aust...

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