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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Mts. Edward O'Donnell, Mayoress of St. Kildn, will hold_ a reception on Wednesday, 4th March, at the St..Kildn Town Hall. Everyone will be pleaded to hear that Mrs. O'Donnell, who! has been in.in different health for the past two years, has suf. ficiently' :ecovered to entertain. Mr.' Miclioll, of Portarlinejton, entertained a num ber of New Zealanders, who made a most enjoyable trip there by the "Courier," on 25lh January. The weather was beautiful and the stay in this pretty little seaside resort all too short. The visitor's were charmed with the scenery and hospitality ex tended to them, and intend making another excur sion to this jolly little spot before the departure of summer. fflK / Blotchy Look. Terrible Itching. Kept Awake at Night. Used Cu ticura Soap and Ointment. In Two Weeks Eruptions Gone. 90 Park St., South Melbourne, Vic.— , "My face and neck began to have a blotchy look and about two days after small erup tlons began to form about my neck. A little time after my fa...

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

RING AND QCEEN AND TilAINBEAREIIS IN ■■/'HE LAND OF N(rf>>V.'" Now being Produced, at King's Theatre, Melbourne. j . I DANCE AT "BELLA VISTA." On Thursday last a fancy dress ball was held at "Bella Vista," Olinda, which proved a great suc cess. Sixty visitors took part, most of whom were in fnnov Hrpss. The first prize ladies was won by Miss S. Christie ("Grecian Lady ), and her sister. MISS EILEEN OASTLES AND CARUSO On board "Kaiser. William II.," bound for JNew York. Miss G. Christie, carried off second prize as the "Gooss Girl." First prize gentlemen, Miss ICustz as the "Rajah of Bhong second prize, Miss C. P. Kelly, as a "Bushranger." The ■ whole of the arrangements were'ably carried out by Mrs. Reid, assisted by her son, to whom a vote of thanks'was carried by acclamation. Amongst those present wcte—Misses Barton and Massey, as "The Spooks," who created great merri ment. Miss I. Gill—Dude. Miss B. Gill—Hunting Lady. Miss 0. Keown—Cricketer. Miss Kustz— Rajah of Bhong. Mis...

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

MR. H. G. HAWKER, THE PLUCKY AUSTRALIAN" AVTATOR, Who will make a Series of Flights at the Caulfield Racecourse Next Saturday, 7th February. CAMPERDOWN RACE MEETING. The CuMiperdovvn Club held a rccord meeting on Monday, 2(Jth January. Delightful weather brought people from all parts. During the lunch hour, wnen Mrs. J. L. Gurrie, Mr a. Edwin Currie and Mrs. H. Alan Currie entertained the largest party vet given at Camperdown, one could almost imagine tfcry were in the carriage paddock at Flemington, there Were so many familiar laces, amongst tho most noticeable beinp: : Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Mani fold. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Black, Miss Windeyer. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Staughton, Miss Norah Power, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Bostock, Mr. D. Mackinnon, Mrs. Hunter Landale, Mr. and Mrs. Turner Shaw, Miss Ella Guthrie, Mr. W. T. Manifold. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fitchett, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M'Arthur, Misses M'Arthur, Mr. VV. Knot. Mrs. W. Coldham, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Austin. M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOTOR NOTES By "Magneto Sparks." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

13y "Magneto Sparks." Mr. Darge, in his Overland car, left Melbourne last week to travel "overland" to Adelaide, where he. will meet his wife, arid with her, in about tw-.. wreks or po from date, will return across the sandy desert and the long road to Melbourne again. Mrs. Darge has been resident in the West and in South Australia for some time to recover her lost- health. T rim glad to be able to report that she has mado good progress in this direction. A correspondent writes upon the bad state of roids abound "Williamstown, Newport, and Spots w;oud. From a motoring point of view, I am with the correspondent, and think the councils o£ the municipalities should do ali they can towards the betterment of the roads. The road out from the city to Williamstown is baa, and if one take the back road, o'na takes a while to recover from the bouncing road shock one receives. Lilydale is anxious to have good roads, like most other shires, and agair. I am with the council of tfci* shire The ro...

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

Tact and Rumour. Dr. Vance, who was recently married to Mrs. Francis Forrest, is no. relation of the late L>3an Vance. Captain Lilltey, D.S.O., and Mrs. Lilley left Melbourne for England, by the steamer Ulysses on Saturday last. Messrs. J. Livingston, M.H.R., and A. Von Doussa, M.L.C., have joined the Board of Pro vincial Directors of the South Australian Oil Wells Co., N.L. Captain and jMrs. Courtnay Mitchell entertain ed Sir Walter and- 'Lady Barttelot at dinner at the Oriental Hotel last week. The annual dinner of the Elsternwick Golf Club was given at the Oriental Hotel on Sat urday last. Covers were laid for twenty - five, and the tables were very prettily decorated, with loses and carnations. Miss Irene Browne has ^iven several supper parties at the Oriental Hotel since her arrival. Mr. and Mrs. I. Herman left by the Seyd litz on Monday last for a trip to the Conti nent and America. Mr. and Mrs. Asp in wall and family leave for Sorrento to-day, 5th February, where they have...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANOTHER GREAT FLIGHT. (The Voyages of the flying Hawker divide popular interest with the forthcoming flight of a distinguished Anglo Australian, with passengers.) [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

ANOTHER GREAT FLIGHT. (The voyages the flying Hawker divide popular interest with the forthcoming flight of a distinguished Anglo Australian, with passengers.) A FLIGHT THAT ALL AUSTRALIA VIEWS WITH REGRET.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WHISPERING GALLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

THE WHISPERING GALLERY. A shadow of momentous importance has set tled on the Labour Party. It is cast by the Industrial Workers of the World. [.WAV. needs no introduction to Mr. Common People, ot Australia, Limited. They have met on several occasions, and each-.time IAVAV. has inter fered with Mr. Common People's business, and the boot has been roughly applied. ThelAVW. is feared and'; hated by Labour leaders, who discern in it the great danger to the political Labour movement. -Let these IAV.-W. hot-tuiy red-raggors get a scrap of their own way, and the movement is over, gone forever, split into many fragments, from which a Radical Party will laboriously and painfully emerge. Labour leaders seemi to have no immediate prognosti cation of evil. They are able without much THE WONDERFUL RESULTS. (Sir Day Bussanquet, Governor of South Australia, says it would be a pity to*^li<3lQ3ira^^l»<ffi^i-;i<:iiig, becausa a raco's strength is due to its outdoor s t...

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

Rev. Heathcote, Oxford man, and lately a Church of England iClergymanv of good standing, is theunew minist er of the Mel-' bourne Unitarians, and we have an in stinct that there will be a revival, to de light the soul of H). G. Turner and the other partisans. We are not sure of enu merating- all the pastors there in setting down Revs. Higginson, Pillars, Mrs. Web ster, Walters, Liamhley, Sinclaire,' and Read. All except Walters have found it flat, stale iand unprofitable; but he could not be cramped into the views of Mar tineau ajnd Channing. Yet there was never such. a spurt as his building1 the new church. He went to Sydney, for his Aus tralian Church. While Parker's Scriptural drama of "Joseph and His Brethren" is •being got ready in_ Melbourne, it will be remembered that Rignold produced here . the play of "Joseph of Canaan," by Mr. Waiters. This. was prohibited in London, amd yet Beerb,ohm-Tree brought out Par kyr's drama: '/"• ^ 1 Collins-street Scots' Church. Beautiiul and to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Tol. 6TSO, CentJol. A. Lfo CRICHTOHp Caterer, " Masonic Hall, Collins St., Molbosroe. Factory—KENSINGTON. Hlsb-olana Catoring Baauloltea on Hke.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

i. C. WILLIAMSON Ltd melbourne attractions. Her Majesty's Theatre. Commencing at 7.50 sharp. J. C. williamson ltd.'S stupendous pantomime extravaganza. Based upon the Attractive Story of THE FORTY THIEVES. two acts. with sixteen scenes. crowded with attractive novelties and features. 350- people in the production. 350 ?2an at Allan's. Theaffi*® Royal. saturday evening next. ,T. C. williamson ltd. will have ,Jhe privilege of presenting, for the first time in Australia, louis >T. parker'S great pageant PLAY. '■ ' I Joseph and His Brethren, With tx Notable Cast, inelr.dine; prominent artists from the principal London theatres. Box plan at Allan's. d.C. and r.S., €/. . Princp0s£>s Treats0©. GLORIOUS MEWS FOR THE IRISH. TO-NIGHT and EVERY EVENING. ALLEN DOONE, ALLEN DOONE, America's and Australia's Foremost Irish Sineing Comedian and Romantic Actor, And the Beautiful and Accomplished American Actress. MISS EDNA ICEELEY, And his Company of 40 Artists. In the Great Patriotic and Musi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

THE CAUSE OF RHEUMATISM Rheumatism is caused by the retention of uric acid in the system, owing to the action of the kidneys being defective. The following let ters will be interesting to sufferers from rheu matism :— From Miss Hilda Brown, 2S Great Buckingham street, Redfern, Sydney, N.S.W. "When I was in I-Iobart I was taken ill, and got so bad that I went to a hospital, and after staying about three months I returned to Vic toria, hardly any better than whan I first went into the hospital. The origin of my troubles was a chill, caught after taking a hot bath, with the result that I could hardly move, the pains in my bach and limbs were so excrucia ting. I seemed to get no relief from my treat ment. When I arrived in Victoria I was met by my sister, and induced to try Warner's Safe Cure. After taking four bottles I felt some re lief, and, by the time I had taken six more, i was quite well again. From the time' of leav ing the hospital I took no other remedies of any kind, and have...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Reduces Your Efficiency and Shatters Your Health TNDIGESTION has spoiled the life and shattered the health of many a man and woman. It should never be neglected. The occasional headache or pains after eating, which trouble you now, may scarcely seem worth attention, but twelve months hence, if you neglect them, you may be numbered amongst the great army of dyspeptics, whose daily toil becomes almost intolerable through chronic headaches, pains after eating, flatulence, biliousness, con stipation, languor, sleeplessness, and depression. It is easier to prevent than cure ; therefore, act promptly, now, and take Mother Seigel's Syrup daily, after your meals. It is a herbal remedy, made from more than ten varieties of roots, barks, and leaves. Yon will find, as have tens of thousands before you, that it has a most beneficial effect upon the stomach, liver, and bowels. Forty years of world-wide successes have proved it. You can prove it, too. Mrs. M. Nimmo, of Wellington Road, Bast Brisb...

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Financial. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Melbourne bank chairmen are apparently be coming more communicative than They used to be. Their utterances at the periodical meet \ iags of shareholders over which tbey preside | are coming to be looked forward to with no j meagre measure of expectation; and as they are invariably fully reported in the columns of the press, their statements pass out. to the general public, which also evinces interest, in a greater or lesser degree. Latest instances o< this char acteristic of talkativeness, however, have pro voked criticism not consistently kind. The chairman of the Bank of Victoria, for instance, informed his audience—the members of which, perhaps, were quite entitled to know—that the abundance of money locally was threatening to become a source of embarrassment. 'I he bank, he said, might find it difficult to utilise all its i-f-ik: funds at' the usual proi'it. It was hardly prudent, in the opinion of some of the well-fwisners of the institution, to let stich a fact go o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

i Wrnmm with Its fine Record of Successes when contemplating the purchase of a new machine. There s none to equal a B.S.A. for reliability because there's not another bicycle made with such extreme care, or undergoes such stringent testing and gauging as B.S.A. Fittings. You must remember that if yon tool a hundred machines iuilt of B.S.A. Fittings to pieces and mixed them up, you would have no difficulty in rebuilding, because every B.S.A. Part is so perfectly interchangeable. . Write for B.S.A. Handbook. D, Y. JRENNIE (Representing B.S.A. Co. Ltd.), AUSTRALIAN BUILDINGS. MELBOURNE. LOOK FOR THIS MARK WHEN YOU BUY A BICYCLE. trademarks B.S.A. B.S.A. SPABE PARTS OBTAINABLE EVKBY WIIIiBli IN AUSTRALIA. aalSf of €3era Cheapesf in ihe ©rid

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANTICIPATIONS BY "OMEGA." V.A.T.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

ANTICIPATIONS BY "OIVIEGA." : V.A'.T.C. RACES. The Autumn Racing Campaign will he inaugu rated at Caulfield on Saturday, when the Vic toria Amateur Turf Club Meeting will have a commencement. The carnival promises to he one of the best on record. The programme is a rich and varied one, and all the leading per formars of the moment are engaged. Horses from three States will he seen in competition, and some keen and exciting contests for supre macy are sure to be - witnessed. The . Caulfield course is in excellent order for. galloping, and representative fields will be seen out in all the events. Selections:— Warden Hurdle, (l.p.m.), two miles 64 yards. —Widden or The Majestic Nut. Federal Stakes (2.0), five furlongs.—Cruris or Rirtle. Next best, Don Solvo. Bond Cup (2.40),. one mile and a-half.—G-lad wyn or Atora. Next best, Wallalo. Oakleigh Plate (3.25), five furlongs and a-half. —fraquette or Yarrien. Next best, Brattle and Woorak. St. George Stakes, w.f.a. (4.5), one mile and a f...

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SPOR TING Turf Flotsam and Jetsam [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Turf Flotsam aftd Jetsam By "Omega."' Unlike most other big sprint handicaps, next Saturday's leading event, the Oakleigh Plate, is a great race for the first favourite. S.irice its . inception in 1884 twelve public fancies on the day have captured the rich V.A.T C. shorl dis " tance race, and two second favourites have also been successful. Since '898 no fewer than seven first favourites in Resolute, Wakeful, Pendant, Abington, Irishman, Blairgour and Queen o' Scots have gained the winning honours. The shortest-priced favourite was Irishman, who went out at 5 to 4, and won vstv easily from Salyia and Aurifera. Queen o' Scots scored at ' 7 to 4 and Malua at twos. One of the most .open races was in Wild Posa's year (1891), when Lord Hopetoun, at fives, was the best backed, • but missed a place. Four '/ears ,ago Celerity and Zilka started equal fancies at fives. ' (Celerity v:on, but Zilka was not in the first seven at I he finish. The biggest outsiders to ' \yia -were. Nectarine, Lor...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Mitchell's Old Irish Whisky Is as good as heart can wish.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Photo Focus. "H.P.J." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Photo Tocus. By 'Lon«." "H.P.J." The January number ot "Harringtons' Photo graphic Journal'' is to hand, and is characterised by its usual excellence of engravings and printing. Of special interest to Victorian readers is an illus trated article by A. G. Brown, of Melbourne, en

Publication Title: Punch
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THE WHISPERING GALLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

THE WHISPERING GALLERY. A Federal dissolution this year, for certain. But double or single ? Almost alone amongst Australian journals, "Punch" forecasted an April meeting of Parliament. I.obby talk, Mr. Cook is very certain of the double dis solution. He has JV- H. Irvine's assurance that it is assured, and it is more than likely also that R. R. Gurran, head ol the Attorney General's Department, concurs in this legal opinion. It has been a Oook-Irvine win through out. They have been irom last mid-session strong advocates of a louble dissolution fight, and they have had to break through some tough opposition from their own supporters. These Liberals 'dislike a dissolution as much as Labour members do, although it can be said that Liberals as a whole ;trc not as averse as Labour men to a general election — probably because they have more money for election ex penses, and a better chance of a good living if they fail to get back. The Cabinet itself was evenly divided on the point. Yet ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE "A.P.R." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

THE "A.P.R." From "JCodak Limited" the January number of the "Australasian Photo Review" is to hand. It is profusely illustrated with photo engravings, and the letter,.iress is of value alike to expert and novice. ri'lie London Letter, specially contributed hy the Jiov. 1<\ C. Lambert. M.A., is one of the notable features in each issue, and keeps readers well abreast of photographic times. As an in stance, I condense the following from the "Camera and the Jam Pot" :— "Mr. E. Marriage, lecturing at the R.P.S. a few days ago, showed that the camera in conjunction with the microscope was rapidly opening out a new field of investigation with respect to revealing the true nntme oi the contents of the jam-pot as wo obtained it from the grocer. Some jam makers shelter themselves by some such label as 'Best raspberry jam' in large type, and 'improved by fruit pulp, etc..' in very small type. The lecturer demonstrated by many excellent slides that the words 'improved, etc.,' may l...

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