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KEY NOOTES An Attempted Dip. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

An Attempted Dip. The proposal urged at the Labour uonterence in Sydney last week, that Labour M.'sP. should he compelled to contribute 10 per cent, of their salaries to the fighting funds of the Labour Leagues, was lost by a very narrow margin. If two more delegates had been convinced of the wisdom of the scheme, it would have been car ried, and each Labour member in the Federal ,House would have been called upon to pay over '£60 per annum into the Caucus treasury, while each Hfcate member would have been eased o: £30 a year. Calculate the number of State Labour'members and multiply by 30, take the Federal M.'sP. and multiply by 60, and you will not yet have the full extent of the benefit to the fighting funds, as Ministerial salaries wou'd be taxed, too, and a two-thousand-pounder woul l pan out £200 a year. No wonder Labour mem bers fought the proposal tooth and nail. But it will be carried yet, and that conviction makes the recent fight significant and interesting. The levy was ...

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

NIGHT'S HORRID PLAGUE. You know what it is. Piles. Nearly drive you tnad. Hani to bear. Hard to get rid of. Can't lirid relief. But, wait a minute. Yes, you can, too* ■. It's a case of knowing how. Knowing how means relief. it means get the right thing. • It means get Doan's Ointment. Doan's Ointment will do it. All itching skin diseases disappear under the soothing influence of Doan's Ointment. Here's proof of it : Mrs. H. 13. Arnold, 201 Princes-strect, Carl ton, Melbourne, says "For a long time I was a martyr to Itching Piles, and only people who have been unfortunate enough to suffer from this terribfe complaint have any idea what 1 went through. The irritation was dreamful, and i could get no rest from it day or night. I used all. sorts of Pile remedies, and also went under an operation, but f still suffered. I was urged to try Doan's Ointment, and knowing how good Doan's Backacke Kidney Pills were, I de cided to try the Ointment. The soothing and healing effects of this prepar...

Publication Title: Punch
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PUBLICATIONS RECEVED. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

PUBLICATIONS RECE.VED. "The Grip of the Past," |jy .Jonn xv. atewan.. (Messrs. Hodder and Stoughwu, London, New York and Toronto. Melbourne : M. L Hutchin son, Little • Collins-street, Melbourne ) Miss Hes keth, authoress of "The World's llim," and Mr. Desmond, "the lion of the hour,"' and the Idol of the Nation, just back in London after plant ing his country's flag ,on the topmost tower of Bamnaboo, met at Lady (Jakhurst's at a recep tion given in honour of Mr. Desmond's return In the old days they had h.'-cn lovers in Eath namoy, in Ireland, but owius; to Miss Hcs keth's fatner's objection to Mr. Desmond, whom he designated a rebel, their lives tad been cast in different spheres, although both had travel led the world in their efforts lo forgeL each other ; but Love asserted itself, and they were thrown together again in this London drawing room, in "a grip of the past." The story-is excellently written, and the after events, culmi nating in the usual sequel, are delightfully de ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

.For £®el Comfirt! This neatly-Sinished White Canvas Model is the. City's Biggest Value at rnort popular than eves. Come and criticise our new lull range. >Tote carefully the Low Prices. You'll own rou've never seen equal values anywhere. ASK FOR CATALOGUE-FREE I LEEMING Shoe Stores, 109 SWANSTON STREET. MELBOURNE. 257-9 BOURKE STREET. MELBOURNE. 1-B ERROL ST., NORTH MELBOURNE 2\n CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN. Tel. Cent. 1799. The Brightest of all Shoe Shines, GAZEKA Paste. Large tins, 6d. FEBRUARY 12, 1914. POSTAL RATES FOR PUNCH To foreign countries the postage on newspapers is—For 4oz. or under. Id. ; for cach additional 2oz. or under, Jd. To the United Kingdom, Id. up t| Soz. ; Soz. to 10oz., 2Jd. ; averv additional 2oz. |d. If soDt wholly by sea, and not more than one newspaper in each wrapper, Id. for ltioz. This week the postage on "Punch" to the United Kiifgdom is 2Jd.; but if Bent wholly by sea (wrapped singly, Id., and to foreign countries, 2Jd. To any of the Australian State...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

I ffiALGEUT® Seek Your Car Here. "TP HE assurance that it will l»« * a erood Car is the first con sideration that should urge you to choose one of the Dalgety Cars ; for, without exception, they are fine—the best that the world to day produces—the Daimler. Austin, Delaunay-Beileville, Napier, Cadil lac, Buick, and Opel. For all oJ these Dalgety's are sole agents. They secure them by bis contract purchases in big quantities, and, consequently, at bift discount. Low price, therefore, joins with quality in the Cars Dalgety's show. 19IS Models at Reduced Prices. have a number of 1913 Models of Cadillac and Delaunay Beileville Cars, and of the Baker Glectric Coupe, which in order to clear we are offering at Reduced Prices. 1914 CATALOGUE FREE ON APPLICATION. Dalgety . & Co. Ltd., 654-604 Bourke St., Melbourne. '°|PEENDS J?0M A delectable and sparkling selection of the World's Most Famous Motor Cars : — Sunbeam Fiat F.N. Austro-Daimler Adler &c., &c. Purveyors of T...

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INDUSTRIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

INDUSTRIAL NEWS. The Sunshine Co. are reported to have delivered a goodiy number of Overland cars in January, in addition to Vauxhall, Delate, and other cars. The 1014 models of the Oaklands car ("the car with a conscience") contain a number of .improve ments over the previous models, including the Delco system of electric self-starter and ligjvts, khaki hood, car painted all French grey, and oversize tyres. TJie Oaklands is represented here by A. Burrell aud Co Pty. Ltd. The Dalgety Oo. announce that a few 1913 models of Cadillac and Delaunay-Belleville and the Baker Electric (!oupc are still obtainable, and, in order to make room for 1914 shipments of cars, the above cars may be had at reduced prices—an oppor tunity not to be missed. The company also repre sents Buioks, Opels, and the Kalley and) Lacre motor lorries. Messrs. Young; Bros., so well known throughout Australia, are watching the interests in the Wimmera of the cars represented by Messrs. Dennys, Luscelles Ltd., includi...

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INFANTRY CAMP AT LILYDALE, SATURDAY, 7th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

INFANTRY CAMP AT. LILYDALE, Saturday. .7th february. VIEW OP THE CAMP AT LILYDALE. THE 51st INFANTRY BAND. (' raaaa.ft SANDWICHES FOR 2000 HUNGRY SOLDIERS. . ..... .T ... -At ■ .. MACHINE GUNS. GROUP OP CITIZEN SOLDIERS. BAND OF THE 49th INFANTRY. i i i — „ —iiV« , n t" i.",1 Bjr'sr <•. " ■*-.* n, . """T^fS'SSSB --QBOUP-OF--ARMY- SERVICE MEN. AT THE LILYDALE CAMP.— THE SCOTTISH BAND (52nd). OB'FICERS OF THE 49th.

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RACE FOR THE NORTHCOTE CUP. IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

RACE FOR THE NORTHCOTE CUP. IN SYDNEY. Extract from. "The Tatler," !2th November, 1913 :—"The Dewar Family.—There is , often some confusion between the ' various titled Dewars, by the way. In addition to Sir John Dewar there is his younger brother, Sir Thomas, managing director o! the Dewar Distillery, for mer M.P. and Sheriff of the City of. London,' who is a great traveller, and has," in fact, just left England, like Lord and Lady Arthur Hay and a good many other yeoylc, on a big-game shooting expedition in British East Africa. An other brother is Lord Dewar, of the Scottish Bar (legal), who has bean Solicitor-General for Scotland ; and then there is Sir James Dewar, the distinguished scientist, whose investigations have dealt with liquid oxvgtm and hydrogen in stead of whisky." RAWHITI n. WINNING THE NORTHCOTE CUP In the second race on Saturday last, which decided the winner without a third contest*/ -j ^ V r. '"L-iqV MADDEN DEOLATtlNG THE CRECHE OPEN' FROM THE STEPS OF THE ^ t?„...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

B a r* jffif&Sjs XJvkl> XLlyLlJX The World s Most Famous Car If You Buy a Car -> u , ' -r, \rU; <t ■?{'" r't ''i 1 . ' " r- , The car which will make motoring a delightful pleasure for you. v.! The car which will never fail you not even under the worst conditions of roads or weather. The car . which has PROVED its absolute superiority. Try a BI An W! Eiy a *© o 103 ma Our New LxMMtioft ms The Tel. 66m ° 7" 103-1 OS Exhibition Street £ B f ¥ f I h s: Buy a Benz 1 tr f >■ F h * I r £ E

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GURAT ENGLISH GREYHOUNDS.—MISTERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

CURAT I'jNGLIKH GKEYIIOU.NDS.—MISTBRTON. The name of Misterton is racely missing from, the pedigrees of important victors nowadays. Headers oi thi;» column may therefore feel inter es-.nd i'i a lew notes concerning liis performances and proitcny. Misterton was the property of ttint successful West-ot-England sportsman, Mr. H. G. Miller, whose kennels at Oborne, Sherborne, in Dorsetshire, provided for many years the winners of bin coursing evci.ts. Misterton was by Contaugo— Liia by Cock Robin—Corunna by Freshman—i^onse f|uein-(- by David—Remedy by Mechanic from Rat catcher's Daughter. His second appearance in public wua in the Newmarket Champion Puppy Stakes, where he won lour courses and then led High Seai three lengths and for a long time never Jet her score ; indeed, until he was accidentally thrown out she had never been in it. The Waterloo Cup of 1S79 was the next appear ance of o'-ir subject. Zazel started a firm favourite at 9 to 1, followed by that good performer. Lady Lizzi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

TWO DOGS and FOUlt BITCHES, all black, bv TCILMEADON—DEWY MIST. Two months old. Na lottery about these. Only a matter of rearing them we!i. PREVIOUS LITTER ALL WINNERS. Dorr £15. bitches £12, and freight. D. D*ARCY, BEGA. N.S.W. STUD DOG. S* Dl"o8. II©t© Weight. 801b. Clear Note is a splendidly-bred dog, being bv that champion hire. Senator, from Songbird II. He onlv ran in two stakes, winning one, and is very fast. He is the last dircct representative ol Songbird. Hear Note is half-brother to Gold Bar, King of Scots, l-'ull Captain, Bugle Call (the New Zealand champion). Pure Tenor, Drum Major, and other eood performers. Fee, £3/3/. For further particulars, apply to S. WALSH, Church St., Corowa, N.S.W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

DOG HiEBiClIffiE® DISTEMPER POWDERS. 2/6 packet : WORM POWDERS. 1/ each, 10/ • dozen ; Alterative Blood Wixturo, 2/6 and 4/6 ; Mange Specific. 2/6 bottle ; Tonic and Condition Balis, 2/G box : Canker Lotion. 2/6 bot ; Eczema Cure (internal). 2/6 bot.; Eczema Ointment, 1/6 tin ; Stimulating Liniment for Rac ing Greyhounds, 3/6 ; Husk Cure, 2/6 bot.; Chorea r'ills, 2/0 ; DOG SOAP, 9d. : Puppy Worm Syrup, 1/6 ; Internal Stimulant, 2/6 ; Skin Lotion. 2/0. Postage extra. DOG BISCUITS. Shirley's Lactol nnd Worm Capsules stocked. R. W. BBDDOIU1E & QO., OOYMISTS. 254 B0URK.E STREET. Opposite Opera House. Melbourne. — —■-a T^ry"* i i iiJ "-in

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

COUHSSNG. By "SPRINGER." The charge lor advertising Stud Greyhounds in "Punch" is £3 per inch per quarter. Tho rata for advertising Coursing Meetings, Sales of Greyhounds, etc.. \s 5/ per inch per insertion. We ffo not undertake to insert advertisements of Sales of Dogs sent through the post unless paymeut is enclosed with the advertisement. Toeadar la each week <b the Bast day lo* receiving advertisements to be inserted on Couraiag aaden With profound regret I read in Monday's dailies of the dreadful death which overtook Mr. A. M. H:mnah. of Stockyard Kill. Whilst assisting to beat out a bushfire at Mcnmot, near Skipton, on Friday last, poor "Mack"—ior so he was known to all coursers—received such frightful injuries that he succumbed early on Sunday morning. The cir cumstances surrounding Mr. Hannah's death are peculiarly painful. i\Vith the thermometer well over 100 dug*. the whole district was threatened by the severest bushfire known in its history. "Mack" was engaged...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Mitchell's Old Irish I will have, or I will have none. Telephone. Control OT7S. Telegrams : "Robertson," Exchange, Melbourne. M. J. Robertson (Member of Stock Exchange oi Melbourne), STOCK & SHARE BROKER, 371 COLLINS STREET. Agents in all Centres. NOBEL—GLASGOW 1 EXPLOSIVES I Are World-Renowned {or | GOLD FINDING. DALGETY & CO. Ltd., Sole Agents.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

2C afei3^v&jsi»gflMaas^^ Value in Artistic yiMajitg and Necklets I We have a particularly rich and varied stock of captivating Pendants. They are beautifully de signed and set by the finest craftsmen in the jewellery world. The Elegant Scroll Pen dant here illustrated, set with Pearls and Tur quoise. in" Oct. Gold, only £2/15/. ^TEW ART DAWSON'S, from eight Treasure Houses through out Australasia, are able to supply the public with the most elegant and refined jewellery at the most remarkable value prices. This is because we sell just above manufacturer's cost, thereby saving you all wholesale and retail profits. Stewart Dawson's pay postage on all goods that can be sent by ordinary or parcel post. We will be glad to send our beautifully-illustrated General Catalogue consisting of 112 pages to you upon application. & SEE THESE PRESENTS & The variety and beauty of our Pendants is un limited. The designs aro chaste, and are fault lessly inviting. Here is anothe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

BEAUTY-DESTROYING NERVE AFFECTIONS. Ageing blemishes,.can only be removed by the use of the true Nerve Food, "Antincarasthin," which revitalises the entire nervous systciri"in-a remarkable and permanent manner. Antineuras thin will help drawn, haggard, old-looking faces, marred by a network of disfiguring lines, to regain their youthful appearance and charming" contour; the eyes 'will recover their former brightness and charm, and the face, instead of appearing shrunken and emaciated, lo become smooth, graceful and glowing with perfect health. "Antineurasthin" is not a drug or patent medicine ; it is purely a Nerve Food, and as such has been prescribed by famous physicians in cases of Insomnia, Neurasthenia, Nervous ness, Irritability, etc., all of which arc caused by a breakdown v.of the Nervous System, and do more thati anything else to add to a woman's age. "Antineurasthin" is put '.ip in handy tablets, which are.easily dissolved in the mouth; it is convenient and palatable to ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

noispenshble Carlton lady says she would not be without a bottle of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills if they cost her last shilling. "Some time ago I suffered a severe nervous breakdown, I cannot describe the symptoms, but I know I was in a most dreadful state of health," writes MRS. R. CLARKE, of 3K5 CARDIGAN STREET, CARLTON, V. ,"A friend persuaded me to try Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, which I did. The relief was almost instan taneous, and after a course of some mbnths I am pleased to say tlwv restored me to almost perfect health. In addition 1 had suffered nearly all i:iy life from Bilious ness and Sick Headaches, which since the use ,of your Pills I rarely have an attack of, and then only m a mild form. I beg to thank you very much f-»r all the bene fits derived from the use of the Pills—in fact, I would not he without; a bottle in the house if they cost me the last shilling I possessed. I am sending this from sheer gratitude. You may publisn this if you so desire." The above te...

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ANSWERS TO MINING CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

ANSWERS TO MINING CORRESPONDENTS 'Xyloe."—Catherine Reef United are certainly not looking' very brisk ; but the present may be onl> a temporary depression. We would not think oi selling just at present, as the yields are almost sure to show an improvement later on. While it does not look as if the company will ever again bo a very hiKh-grade proposition—as it was some years ago—there are facilities for treating dirt vheaply and in large quantities, so that a profit can be made on low-grade stone. The gist of recent official reports is that there are spurs of nice appearance showing minerals at 2300It. In the east crosscut .at that depth spurs about 6in. wide are showing' a little gold. At a depth oi 2100ft. at a point about 3U0ft. south of the main crosscut a rise is being put up, and the manager reports that there is a lava and quartz of nice appearance here. Stoping is in hand at 2300ft.; but the prospects are not very encouraging. Tlio formations are wide; and it is worth reme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

mm RELIABLE POWER and LOW RUNNING 603TS ABES ASSURED BY INSTALLING Gas Engines Suction Gas Plants Made in a Variety of Types and Sizes ,to Suit All Classes of Power Requirements. KYNOCH Ltd 90 WILLIAM ST., MELBOURNE __ 277 CLARENCE ST., SYDNEY 2 And at BRISBANE, ADELAIDE, and PERTH. "PLASMON FOODS MAKE BONE, I^USCLE .& BRAIN." DAVID F . M.D. ANALYSIS PROVES that the nutriment (viz., pure assimilable prole id) contained in. i-lb. of beef fillet does not equal one-third oz., whilst contains 81.30% pure proteid and 2.66% of the all-essential Organic Phosphorus, which is vital not merely to health, but to actual existence. SMfflffiRE SR1AULTS INDIAN CIGARETTES I DIBeuHy to expectoration. Anthma.NervonaCoDBhii. Catarrh, SleerlcesneBS SDd Opj>reenion Immedlntely telleTcd by QK1MAUI.T & Co's INDIAN CIGAR. ETTE3. EnUI bg atI Chtmhl;. Superior go INJECTIONS ICUBEBS end )COPAIBA. Cures the sarao diseases without Inconvenience 48 hours, /fif) EaebCapmlr bears ibe name B3T"V«...

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Mining. ARARAT [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

It ' L s. d." ARARAT No company is attracting more interest on the Melbourne market than New Langi Logan. Ever since the beginning of the year this mine has held a foremost position in the gold stocks. The reason is not far to seek. When the Ex change opened after the holidays the company had reached the stage when, with the dead work practically done, they could look forward to a profitable period. This being the. case, a de mand for shares set in, and values steadily rose. We hinted early in the year that there was a possibility of this demand pushing shares up above their legitimate value, but at the same time no one can deny that the company's pros pects were then, and sbiil are, very promising. It is needless to follow the many; fluctuations and little development5; that have affected the stock since then, hut a couple of weeks ago the turning point came when she announcement was made that owing to pressure on the wash •operations would be delayed. From the first this announcem...

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