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"OMEGA'S" SELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

"OMEGA'S" SELECTIONS. In the last two issues of "Punch" our turf rontributor, "Omega," submitted his selections for twenty-five races, -and anticipated no fewer th<jn ten winners.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN THE BILE EANS FOR ILIOUSNESS HARBOUR CITY. TALK OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

rALK OF THE WEEK. There have been great tilings doing in the political world. Two of the unofficial parlia ments of New South Wales have met. One was the Political Labour League, where all the things which the- Labour party wants done by Parliament are set out aiid elaborated ; where, in short, the Parliamentary Labour partv and the Government receive their orders. The other ur,official parliament was the Caucus, which met to distribute the spoils. All the prophets were right this time as far as the fate of the old Ministers was concerned. The whole of the old Ministry was re-elected, with the exception of Mr. M'Gowen and Mr. Edaen. Mr.' M'Gowen stepped out of his own accord. Mr. Edden was skilfully tipped out without any warning. So far, this was all according to the wishes of Mr. Holman. In the election of new Ministers, how ever, the Meagher inlluencc in the' Caucus out weighed the Holman influence. There were three new Ministers to be elected. " Mr. Holman let the Caucus know th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

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MR. JOHN THOMSON, M.H.R., TO MRS. LANGLANDS JACK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

MR. JOHN' THOMSON, M.n.R., TO MRS. LANGLANDS JACK. The marriage of Mr. John Thomson. M.H.R., and Mrs. Langlands Jack was quietly celebrated , at Scots' Church, Collins-street, on Wednesday. 2Sth January. The ceremony was performed bv the Rev. Dr. Marshall, and Mr. \V. F. G. Steele, who was at the organ, played beautiful music. The bride arrived at 2 o'clock, accompanied by her sister and brother,*. Her bridal dress of white taffeta was beautifully embroidered and gracefully draped with ninon. A white hat masked with ostrich feathers was worn. Weduinc breakfast was held at "Cran leigh," and later Mr. and Mrs. Thomson left for Sydney. The bride travelled in a white cloth coat and skirt and pale grey hat. With thu kind permission of Mr. and Mrs. Ben NRtlnn, of "Rifpon Lea,'' a bridge and euchre concluding with a dance, will be held at their residence on Saturday, l4t,h February, in aid of the Alfred Hospital Bazaar. Tickets, 2/6 cach, are obtainible from Mrs. Young, Town Hall, Prah ran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

DR. GILLATJME'S nermt-iiim V,7o can honestly rccomincnd this ex cellent Toilet Emollient, prepared from the formula of the eminent skin spe cialist. Sold by leading chemists at 2/ per jar. DermoBalm for Sunburn Dermo-Balm for Rough Skin Dermo Balm for the Hands Dermo-Balm for Gentlemen after shaving. * 2/3 posted to any address by Chemist CHESHIRE & CO., 112 Elizabeth St/ Meloourne (opp. J. M'Ewan's). Tel. 5TOO, OeataaS. A. ;L.- CRJCffTOM, Caterer, Masonic Hall, Collins St., Melbourne. Factory—KENSINGTON. High-class Caterine Rouulsltes on Hire. Hicks, Atkinson & Sons Pty. Ltd. THE COLLINS STREET HOUSE. CLEARANCE;SALE NOT ON SOME OK THE MANY BARGAIN'S NOW BEING OFFERED. White Japanese Silk Blouses. Usual prico. 32/6 ; Sale price. 18/9. White Muslin Blouses. Usual prices, 23/0 to 28/6, 4J gns., £4/19/0 ; Sale priccs, 14/9, 39/6, 49/6. Sponge Ojoth Costumes. Usual prices, GJ gns., 8j gns. : Sale prices, 29/0, 5S/6. Tussore Silk Costume. Usual price, 10 gns. ; Sale price...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Itching Scalps Dandruff and Falling Hair Successfully Treated with Guticura Soap And Cuticura Ointment. Directions: Make a parting and rub gently -with Cuticura Ointment. Continue until whole scalp has been gone over. Next morning shampoo with Cuti cura Soap. Shampoos alone may be used as often as agreeable, but once or twice a month is generally sufficient for women's hair. . Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold everywhere. Liberal sample of each, with 32-page book, sent post Iree. Address R. Towns & Co., Sydney. N. S. W. CHOICE GIFTS. LACES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. LarRS Assortment of DAINT'i BLOUSES. Hand Embroidered and Triiumed with Irish Crochet. Great Variety of NEOTCWEAR. MISS A. F. KELLY, 178 COLLINS STREET. Small and Edwards Buildings. Take Liit. Naisgaasgaici Crepe IN ALL COLOURS, FROM ALL DRAPERS. 8Ml|@s!i®n, ipptpsia.f Can be oured (guaranteed) by taking © 6S S4JO190 I The Finest Liver Tonlo In existence. All chemists. 2/ per bottle. q O. J. LAWSON, PfmraiLacist, G 120 G...

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SOCIAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

SOCIAL GO88IP. Sincc !he now seemingly idyllic days of last week, a blue haze of heat has hung over . the city, rendering the pursuit of enjoyment a farce, and invitation cards a sna;e to misery. Thoso of us who are fortunate enough to possess sea side camps have departed there with all possible speed ; the rest have remained to roast and wilt, and attend tea parties. On Monday -afternoon a number of fellov farers in the inky way foregathered in the Winter Garden of the Australia, and in the heat and secluded quiet of that hallowed spot .gave welcome to one Professor Williams. The Pro fessor is a man who, early in life, was cursed with the seeds of journalism, which he developed to an abnormal and enviable extent later on. At one time he was editor of the New York "Sun," and is now resting from his labours by touring the world he has for so long written about. He came off admirably iu the tea con test on Monday. After having suffered himself to be passed round to each guest, and' to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

r For INFANTS & MAUDS. dMallll ysBS& - Admirably adapted to the wants of infants." J' / 1 \j J ( LjM? WlJM^ —Sir Chas. A. Cameron, C.B., M.D. ShWm' <<22S*a®» A Mother*# Testimony: Mrs. J. Kain, 6, Rockingham Road. Doncaster, writes •."DOCTOR 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 does 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. Mearly 90 Years' Reputation. COLD MEDALS London, 1900 & 1906, also Paris. NEAVE'S MILK FOOD. : FOR THOSE REQUIRING A STARCHLESS MILK FOOD FOR BABIES FROM BIRTH, INSTANTLY PREPARED BY ADD...

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THE LADIES LETTER HOLMBY HOUSE.: TOORAK. Dear Peg, [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

HOLMBY HOUSE.: TOORAK, Dear Peg,— We will have two brand new Governors and their wives and families for next season. Ali the social world that is about to return to town is on tiptoes now for the first glimpse of Lady Stanley. And now we are to have a new Governor-General ! Undoubtedly Lady Denman will be sorely missed. Melbourne Society is not exactly "easy" for a. new arrival from the Ola Country. There are various codes and forms, infinite shades and varieties of convention*;, peculiar only to Australia, which require 110 small amount of tact and intelligence on the part of a Governor's lady if she is to gi. apple with all matters successfully. Lady Denman lias "fitted." That is the best and only way I can describe her presence among us. No matter what it was with which she was concerued (and she certainly found herself among some pretty fierce "firewoLks" in the way of committees, etc.), her presence seemed to he a practical help. She was never felt to be obtrusive, nor yet undu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

COWES. Isle of Wight Hotel. ... ' ~ PACING THE PIER. Extensive Tree-shaded Grounds , • 'Lovely Beaches for Walks and Bathing. Billiard Room. Good Table. Terms Moderate. E. H. THORNBERG, proprietor. B, G. WOOD Ladies' Tailor and Habit Maker, THE WEBB BUILDING. 234 COLLINS ST. (Opp. "Age" Office). W« are now making our USUAL REDUCTIONS for BETWEEN SEASON'S COSTUMES—Crepe de ChtneB, Eoliennes, Tweeds, or Linens—lor a PEW WEEKS ONLY. FROCKS AND BLOUSES TO ORDER. Tel. 4311. First Floor. .Take Elevator.. TALMA A Co., Photographers, 11* SWANSTON ST., MELBOURNE. CHARMING PORTRAITS, FROM 10/ A D0KKN. OROTTPS. CHILDREN AND LADIES IN EVKNING DRESS A SPECIALTY.

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SYDNEY SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

SYDNEY SHOWS. Gene Greene stands at the head of the Tivoli bill. His ragtime competitions have enabled him to renew his popularity, as the eagle renews its youth. The theatre is crowded at every per formance to hear Gene Greene's competitors singing for the prizes which he offers. Many of these, with the expert assistance of Gene Greene himself, yield a surprising amount of comedy whichasconvulses the audience. In addition to that, there is Gene Greene's own ragtime sing ing, which cannot be equalled or imitated. There are people who deciare that they dislike it. They find fault with Gene's voice. Thev complain about his mannerisms, and they object to his methods. But they are a small, insignifi cant minority. The vast majority of theatre-' goers in Sydney, are crazy about Gene Greene's ragtime music, and when the little American and his clever pianist, Charlie Straight, get on the stage these enthusiasts keep them there till ten or a dozen songs have been reeled off. No male singin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

WHEN THE STOMACH, THE CHIEF MILL OP THE BODY, IS OUT OF ORDER, UoE CLEMENTS TONTC. Here is a Testimony Which Shows You How This Medicine Cured This Man's Indigestion. Indigestion is responsible for a large number of minor ailments, which often lav a man up in bed, or at least render him unfit, for duty. Indigestion causes many a good .brainy man to low his billet, and it is impossible to work well if ,your stomaoh works badlv. As a result, mental, clearness an'd appetite sutler, and the bra to (}apaeity.^for strenuous wnrk deteriorates. «A{ Aff^na^s letter illustrates the?e facts* .clcfarl^.*•' 4%/wcitss from his home, 54 4rt4iurtoTi-roa>d, Vif^Afi/5/lS :— "vCr^MWT>s TOiflKrriTD. t .'''I fean' fjpealt oT vcftiy valuable medicine from observation, and p;o^mial exparience. In 1903, ^wh,om|storekeepi'rtfc.fort-he G-oulV.irn Vallev, I ■got thojjoup'hLy rifn^tkfwn. I ach?d from head to foot.^'T-^Oftfa lot of Clements Tonic over t/he counter everv month, and I concluded to. take it ...

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Approaching Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Approaching Marriages. The marriage of Miss Evidvn May Dorrat, el dest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Porrat, ! of "Laroona," Longmore-strcer,, St. Kuda, and Mr. Linsay Holmes, second son of Cr. Holmes, J.P., of Wattletree-road, Malvern, will be cele brated"-^ Albert-street Baptist Church, IOast Melbourne, on Saturday, 1-1 th February, at live o'clock, and afterwards at Sargent's Cafe, Klizabeth-street, Melbourne. The marriage of-Mr. Harold Lanih, third son of Mr. and Mrs.1 John Lamb, Willurah Station, Deniliquin, and Miss Olive Mary "vVratnre. _ . , .» .-ocjv, youngest daughter of the late ISii: William Wragge, Whapartfla Station, Ecimca, anil Mrs. Wragge, "Mandeville Hall," is arranged to take place at St. John's Church, Toorak, on 24th 3 February at 2.30. 1 The marriage of Mr. Edward Charleswo'rth, youngest son of Mr. \V. H. Oharlesworth, of "The Beeches," Guilford, Surrey,. England, a»d Miss Mona Goodisson, daughter of the late Mr. J. R. Goodisson, of Melbourne, luu been ar ranged ...

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

Engagements. HI An engagement is announced between Mr. IFIarley Hampton Styles, only son oi Mr. and Mrs. J. Wj. Styles, of Melbourne, and Miss Lilian Mary Price, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Price, of "Homeville," Royal Park. An engagement is announced between Dr. < Florence Charles Burke-GaiTnoy, eldest son of Mr. Burke-GafFney, F.R.C.H.I., of Mitchell street, Bendigo, and M-iss-Dorothy Eileen Dun stan, youngest daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. A. Dunstan, of "Cambourue," Bendigo. An engagement is announced between Mr. Edgar G. H. Graham, youngest son of the late Dr. Graham, of Richmond, Victoria, and jUrs. Graham, of Charlton, Kent, England, and Miss Ivy Victoria Wheeler, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Wheeler, of "Burdwan," War ragul, and granddaughter of the late Hon. J. H. Wheeler, Daylesford. An engagement is announced between Miss Florence M. Mason, eldest daughter of the late J. W. Mason, M.L.A., and Mrs. Mason, of "■Paringa," Grey-street, St. Kilda, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

I Style... | Supremacy | In Corsetry! After much tribulation of thought, many women who aspire to a decided distinctive note in dress have found the haven of satisfaction is only at tained h\) wearing French Corsets No other make is possible to the "woman who seeks the true fashion note of style and effect, because French Corselierres are the only authoritative s/p/e creators—they have too much originality to imitate, as they are imi tated hy less experienced makers. The finest French Corsets are the world famous— ^ R°yal i ^ Rustless Corsets. ALL DRAPERS SELL THEM.

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POLICE ANNUAL PICNIC HELD AT QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

GROUP OP THE GENERAL COMMITTEE. \C L(fi rlX /<::■■;" AMONGST THE SPECTATORS. ONE OF THE MANY LUNCHBON^^AR'tlES. \ t". € •1 . » THE LITTLE ONES COMPETING. TI-IE MARRIED LADIES RAGING. POLICE ANNIJAT. PTPNTn HELD AT QUEKNSCLIFF. Fancy, if Love became unfashionable ! What ' on earth would novel-writers, clergymen, tea gardeners and poets do ? It is reported and accepted by some as a fact that a "cure for love" lias been discovered. The discoverer, Dr. Jules Cherou, the French scientist, declares love to be a "passional intoxication," which he claims to cure with special tonics for the nerv o'ls system and various treatments such as he would" apply to poisoning due to alcohol, tobacco or cocaine. "Love," he summarises as a condition of mental poisoning, and isolation is among the various treatments he advocates. Heigh-ho ! Are we to be 16ft with no fond illusions ? What a funny old world it would be if we accepted all the theories and discoveries, the new ideas and the un-fai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Orrong Road, Toorak. Commodious Brick Villa, Contains 12 Rooms and Domestic Offices, Man's Room, etc. ■I . ^ j •! Land 115 ft. x 200 ft. To be Sold by Auction at the Rooms. 359 Collins Street, On Wednesday, 11th February, at 3 o'clock. ARTHUR TUGKETT & SON and K. GARDNER, 359 Collins Street. 80 Swanston Street,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Physical Culture Experts 1 .. at the Service of ... 8 Schools and Colleges. 1 WE invite Principals ahd Head ■ Masters to confer with as in regard to the formation of Classes in Physical Culture. Our Staff includes four fully quali fied instructors. THE TRAINING OF JUNIOR AND SENIOR CADETS A SPECIALITY. Write for Terms. The Victorian College of - - Hygiene and Physical Training Zercho's Building, 157 Collins St. Flying! The People's Reception to H. G. Hawker, the Plucky Australian Aviator, Caulfield Racecourse, Saturday, Feb. 7th. Special Trains and Trams. Prices to suit everyone, 1/- & 2/6. " Everybody will be there!" Vloe'Re&al Florlots, 99 SWANSTON STREET. BON VOYAGE BASKETS 01 BOUQUETS sent to BOAT or TRAIN. Specialty—BASKETS for SALOON TABLES. BBBSSEB These Warm Days ... You'll appreciate that Refreshing, Cooling, and distinctly novel Fragrance of... LOHSE'S Jsilae Sau S)e jSologne The World-known Specialty of Gustav Lohse, Berlin. A. O. SCHMIDT, Obtainable frpm ...

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

PERTH WEDDING. MR S. DKLMAN-MORGAN TO MISS D. DAR.LOT. His Grace the Bishop of Perth (Bishop Riley) officiated at an interesting wedding in the Bishop's Chapel. Perth, early in January. The bride was Miss Dorothy Darlot, only daughter of Mr. and M'.s. Evf.rard Darlot, and the bridegroom Mr. S. nelman-Morgan, of Norwich. Mr. Everard Darlot jrave his daughter away, and she was attended by Miss Peggy Anderson as bridesmaid. The wedding was very ouietly celebrated, only near relatives and friends being present. A reception was held after wards at the Esplanade Hotel, and later the bride arnl bridegroom left bv motor for Armadale, en route for ^Albury. Mr. and Mrs. Delman-Morgan leave for iimgland, where they.will reside. An interesting and well-delivered lecture on dif ferent phases of life in Melanesia was given at Cowes, Phillip Island, last week by the Rev. E. J. Withyeoinbe, B.A., Organising Secretary for the Australian Missionary Association, Melbourne. The lecture, which treated o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Melbourne Wine and Spirit Stores, 87, 89, 91 Bourke Street, Corner of Bourke and Exhibition Sts. FRANK J. SEYMOUR, Proptr. is prepared to supply the public with Single Bottles of Wines, Spirits and Ales at Wholesale Prices. Orders are promptly attended to. and delivered in Town, Country and Suburbs. Telephone 2539. The Household Disinfectant Carbolacene Cleanses and disinfects in one act. Fop Washing Dogs and all Animals. * Destroys Vermin. A wonderful healer of cuts and sores and skin eruptions. In the siek room. Instantly des troys all germs. For washing floors, paint work, sponging carpets, etc. Removes dirt, prevents disease. In the bath and for washing the hair. USED BY ALL HOSPITALS Sold Everywhere. Price, pint bottles, 1/3; gallon tins, 6/6; 5 gallon drums, 6/- per gallon. sydney: brisbane! melbourne: Arthur Muston a Sons. Moylan a chancellor. Mitchell a Bellair

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