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LIVE STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Fat Sheep.—Prime cro&sbred wethers from 18/ to 20/. extra 21/ to 23/0, eood 16/6 to 17/-8, second from 15/, prime crossbred ewes lfi/6 to lt'>/1, extra 17/6 to 2'j/, good 13/ to 14/cJ, second and inferior from 10/, prime merino wethers 17/ to 18/(5, extra 18/9. to 20/3, with selected pens to 22/6, good frcm 14/ to 16/. second from 12/6 to 13/'J, in ferior from 11/6, with merino ewes from 6/ to 17/. Fat Lsimbs.—Prime lambf. irom 13/6 to 15/6, e.\tra 16/ to 11/, selected pens 17/6 to 18/9, good 11/9 to 13/, second 10/0 to 11/6, few small less. Miss Vida 'Jbldstein U called upon to form a society amongst the advanced wom-n of Aus tralia, to be called an Association ior the Sup pression of the Fear of 'Mice. During one sit ting of the Labour Conference in Sydney last Thursday, the dominant lady de ?gates in at tendance were stampeded by one miserable mouse, and could not continue business until a mere man had slain the intruder. What would Miss Sylvia Pank...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOOL GRAIN AND PRODUCE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

TUESDAY. Lust week saw the close of the regular wool-sell ing season in Melbourne, and, as is usual at that period, offerings consisted mainly ot repacks and oddments. Competition, however, -was general and well-sustained, prices closing at the highest level of the series. In Geelong the trend of values was against buyers. :ind for some lots withdrawn at various si-les prices advanced from £d. to 2^d. per Tfc. above the bids previously made. The greatest appreciation occurred in bright, showy wools, for which there Were orders from America. Taking the season as a whole, pastoraKsts ought to be woll satisfied with results. There have been no labour troubles worth mentioning, judging by the standard of to-day, and prices have been weli up to expec tations. This year's clip is now estimated at about 15C>,000 bales' larger than that of 1912-13 ; but until it is possible to calculate the actual weight m pounds avoirdupois a true comparison cannot be made. The Bradford tops market is a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

DISFIGURING ECZEMA ON CHEEK Palmerston, South Otago, N. Z.—"The eruption of eczema commenced as a small spot or pimple on the left cheek, spreading downwards and over to near the left ear. It caused both disfigurement and suffering, itching, burning and loss of sleep. Having received a sample of Cuticura Ointment I used it along with the Cuticura Soap with good effect. I then purchased both Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment and continued using them twice a day until a complete cure was effected in about six months." (Signed) Andrew "Wright, Jr., October, 1912. Cuticura Soap and Ointment do much for poor complexions, red, rough hands, and dry, thin and falling hair. Sold throughout the world. Liberal sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address R. Towns & Co., Sydney, N. S. W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

"Sim Kept Awake at Night. Little Cuti cura Ointment Cured. Not Slight est Return of Eczema Since. "Bayview," Bibbes St., Rockdale, N.S.W. •—"My arms were covered with an itching, burning rash, which kept me awake at night (being always worse at night). I went to a chemist and he told me it was dry eczema. He gave me ointments which I used for six weeks without any good result. Just as I was getting disheartened I saw advertised the Cuticura Ointment, so I sent for some, and I am pleased to say a little of it cured me and I have never had the slightest return of the eczema. I would advise anyone suf fering from any form of skin disease to give Cuticura Ointment a trial. I am bathing my baby with Cuticura Soap, and am pleased to say she has a lovely skin." (Signed) Mrs. A. "Whitford, November, 1912.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

"The Tyre that is Different," the Palmer Cord Tyres The Rubber and the Cord make one homogeneous whole, and the tension of i>ach cord is regulated so that uniformity is attained throughout. For absolute comfort and rftliability, the Palmer Cord Tyre is ahead of all others. The Tyre the King Uses. SILVERTOWN RUBBER CO., 21-23 Elizabeth St., Melbourne. Gilbert Bldgs , Gilbert Place, Adelaide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

srOTflf, Pop Exoollont aooommodatlon. ' Everything Up-to-Date Write or 'phone for particulars. MANAGER. Tels.—City 728. and Central 1938. The MARBLE BAB attached Is the- handsomest bur ip 4'iptralacia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

'UNSIINE MOTOR urn PTY. LTD., COLLINS STREET. Siddeley - Beagy, fhe Car of Perfect Comfort W?;T UF>> V* A Car which, besides being absolutely Reliable in Mechanical Details, is so f equipped as to ensure the Perfect Com fort of the Passengers Under Every Cir cumstance. 1 ALSO AGENTS FOR Lanchester, Vauxhall, Delage, Overland, Cottin-Desgouttes and Daimler Omnibuses and Lorries. WHITE US FOR DETAILS. 1914- 0AILANDS 1914 ('Tis the Car with a Conscience). Note the following Improvements in our New 1914 Models: 1. Delco System Electric Self-starter and Lights. 3. Khaki Hood. 2. Car Painted all French Qrey (not like a hearse). 4. Oversize Tyres. The Qaklands is the Car for You. siAJPLEz silent? sturdy! MEDIUM WEIGHT. . | SUPERLATIVE QUALITY. I CONSISTENT RELIABILITY I MODERATE PRICE. DISTINCTIVE APPEARANCE. EXTREMELY ECONOMICAL ! MAXIMUM EFFICIENQI. | EXCEPTIONAL EQUIPMENT. J UNAPPROACHABLE VALUE I Ao BUKMELL & CO. Pty. Ltd., The Recognised Motor Specialists. 608-10 Collies...

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MOTOR NOTES PALMER GOLD [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

By "Magneto Sparks." From mv friend, "Mobile"—who, by the way, has not written me for some time past—I have received a very long but most interesting account of £ journey recently undertaken upon a 7 h.p. single cylinder "fcjwiit ear Irom Melbourne jo croBen Hill. The story is too long to set down in these columns in full, hut there is so much that is good in it thru I feel my readers will be greatly in terested if I recount as much as possible. It was early in December last when "Mobile," with a com panion, whom he states is au excellent mechanic, set forth irom this capital. The journey was be gun about 2.1? p.m., and the first stop was made for thy night at Oastlemaine. The hills were in parts ssp\sre, but the little "Swift" took them in good style. From Castlemaine next morning, en route to" Bendigo, the roads were found t,o be in a shocking state, which meant a good deal of gear changing and an accident to the foot-brake rods. TTpon inquiry at Castlemaine, information was vouch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

We DON'T Sell Motor Cars Bat We Do Sell EVERYTHING A MAN REQUIRES FOR MOTORING. BUCKLEY & NUNN Lftd. The Place for Tyres. .. The .r " Red Cross" Motor Tyre 'I he Largest and Most Lp to-Date Premises in Australia. 401-403 Swanston St., Corner of Little Latrobe Street, Telephone, Cent."n" ?9T8, Have You Bought a Motor Car ? If not. lemember when doiriK bo that THE BODY makes the car. We design and build Motor Bodies to ordsr for any make, in any style, at Most,. Reasonable Rates. Stevenson' Bros., Motor Body Works, <5(8 PUNT ROAD. SOOTH YARRA. Tel.. Windsor 1SH. Rudolph Patterson & Dowling, Automobile Engineers, ALL CLASSES OP REPAIR WORK UNDERTAKEN. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. -21-29 WILLS STREET (off Latrobe St. W.). Telephone 9270.

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Fact and Rumour. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Mrs. Everard Browne and her daughters are in town, staying at Menzies'. Mrs. Oscar Lines, accompanied !iy her son, Mr. Reith Lines, is leaving by the Osterley, 18th March, for a trip to Europe. Mr. <and Mrs. Andrew Cliirnside, of Shoreham, arrived in town on Monday, and are staying at the Oriental Hotel. Miss Chirnside accom panies them, and they intend remaining for about a week. Mrs. J. W. Styles'and Miss Styles, of/'iMy bura," Hawthorn, are leaving for. England via •Java. Japan and Siberia by the Van.. Wjaer wych" on 17th inst. They expect to be away until the end of the year. M}lS. Monty Langdon and her daughter, Miss Marjorie Langdon, are leaving this mouth for a trip to Ohna and Japan. Miss Alimann ac companies them. Their stay is of indefinite length, but they hope to be there for the crown ing of the Mikado. \ Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Smith and Miss Smi'th arrived from Sydney last week, and have been staying at the Oriental Hotel. Mr. F. J. Smith, after seeing his wife ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Pianoforte and Singing.—Miss A. E Jacoirib has removed her Music Studio to 117 Swanslon street (second floor), opposite Town Hall,.,and will 'give lessons at that address from 9th Feb., 1914. Private address, o3 Powlett-stree't, East Melbourne. Telephone, Cenfc. 5818.*** SUITES and ROOMS now available at "DE COMET." EAST ST. KILDA, in connection with "CLOYNE." MRS. PENDER, late of "Toorab House." 'Phone 2225 Windsor. I fiBSSSSBSISSBSSESSSSSRISSSEISSEBSRHSBBfBSSSSBJS sa^srawMHB <# #> (Melbourne's Largest and Most Up-to-date Warehouse |for Art Furnishings and Furniture.) Rugs in Fine Persian Designs. "^TE have now on display a number of Beautiful Rugs, in which the best of tlie old Persian 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/; 7 ft. x 4, 63/ ; 12 ft. x 3, 75/. CHURCH BROTHERS Pty. Ltd. 238-240 ELIZABETH STREET (J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

nippoii LONDON or NEW YORK ROUTE. For JAPAN, via Q. Ports, MANILA, Imperial Mail Steamers. HONGKONG. NEXT STEAMER will be TANGO MARU, FEBRUARY 18, 1914. "N.Y.X." Special Round-the-World Services. "N Y.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. ICOMANO 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. yusen kai9ha Telephone Central 3088. 258 COLLINS STREET. HIGH-CLASS .;r;:: FURS CONTINENTAL MODELS IN Sables, Red Fox, Lynx, Ermine, Skunk, Kolinski, White and Black Fox Lafayette, Collins Street (The Wsbb Building), For Perfect Portraits. We have yet to meet a dissatisfied customer. Lafayette, Collins Street.*** YOUR SUMMER -K ■ HOLIDAY ' in COOL TASMANIA The Garden State. Excursion Fares at any time for parties of six. The Best Fishing, Scenery and Climate in the Com monwealth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

RONISCH PIANOS The World's Greatest Piano for Australia. 58,000 HOMES HAVE RONISH PIANOS Carnegie 81 Sons, 106 Elizabeth Street. Sole Agents : RONISOH PIANOS, . GORS & KALMAN PIANOS. SCHWECHTEN PIANOS. BRINSMEAD PIANOS. BELL ORGANS. ANGELUS PIANOS. And the Wonderful ANGELDS PIANO PLAYER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Kugelmanra's Pure Herbal Skin Soap, • "BEAUTY'S AID." Free Sample Sent on Receipt of Twopenny Stamp. Kugelmann'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, Bendl postal note or stamps of any State, to the value of ?./ (including postage), when box will be postedl per return mail. Sole Proprietors : H. E. KUGELMANN AND CO WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS nnd MANUFACTURERS. 14-1 f. QUEEN ST.. MELBOURNE; PITT ST.. SYDNEY ; and at ADELAIDE and BRISBANE.

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

SOCIETY. A, double-shuffle of court cards will express the gubernatorial position in Australia at the present time. Their Excellencies Lord and Lady Denman will leave us some time m May next, and during the same month the new Glovernor General, Mr. Ronald Crawford Munro-Ferguson, P.O., and his wife, Lady Helen liermione Munro-Ferguson, are scheduled to arrive. Lady Helen is the eldest daughter of the first Mar quis of Dufferin and Ava, and a sister to the present Marquis. The new Governor of the State, His Excellency Sir Arthur Stanley, and Lady Stanley will arrive by the Orient steamer Osterley on 23rd February. His Excellency has appointed as his aides Captain Gale, of the Bedfordshire Regiment, and Lieutenant C. Wil son, late of the 10th Hus.-sars. The Hon. Vic tor Nelson Hood will be Private 'Secretary to the new State Governor. Mi-. Hood has return ed to State Government House after a holiday fishing trip to the Snowy River with Mr. George Chirnside. A triple debut is to form o...

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VICTORIAN IADIES' BOWLING ASSOCIATION MIXED PAIRS TOURNAMENT FINAL FOR THE [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

A BOWZ/S/G POS£ ;M/55&.S/£/f£A7V/£# {W//V/V£/l) O/Y MA T. J ' *■ * * - '« 'IV.' . priwj£5j1v^ »u.. i ."w **', 1 v° T

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STKILDA BOWLING GREEN, MONDAY 2ND FEB. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

iV tiiii i a m.i t nivv^ a i ri j r^f n j*« J /?/SC4/SS/AfC 7ME M£/?/r5 0*TYfS P<LAY. to«utymiuu A P0&770W OF r#£ 5/>£CrATOtt 'y .'1 -V.' SA7/1//YC & AfrfASVOO/V 7"SA

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BOARD AND RESIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

BOARD AND RESIDENCE. MISS SERVICE, late ol "MURILEA," BEACH ROAD, SANDRINGI1AM, has REMOVED to "BRANKSOME," BAY ROAD, the residence of the late Mr. Skene—a much larger and cooler house, three minutes from SandrinKham Station, Golf I.inks, and Beach.

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SOCIAL. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

soernL. Coming Events. Notifications under this head are charged at the rate of 1/ for three lines (about IS words) per insertion. The Manager reserves the right to cut down any notice exceeding three lines. 3rd March (Australian Cup Day).—Mrs. John Mof fat. Mrs. I. Millear and Mrs. Bertie Austin give a ball iji the St. Kilda Town Ball. 11th March.—Mayoral Reception at St. Kilda. May, 1914.—Early in month. Repertory Theatre Fond 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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Bowls. PENNANT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Bowls. By ."Boomwang." >. PENNANT MATCHES. ' On' heavy greens, pennant matches were continued on Saturday, and of course the chief game set down was that between M.C.C. and Armadale. M.C.C. had won at Armadale, and, that being bo, confi dently expected to win again. With the section won without a defeat, and North Fitzroy faced right about, it looks as ii M.O.C. or Richmond will carry off .the pennant. M.C.O. were out looking for trouble, and although as . a whole they didn't find it, they only have to keen shooting on the same lines to miss the target altogether—much less get the prize. They prac tically set James and Keill to "carry" the balance. I don't happen to know Brown ; but Sutton wasn't .doing any "eussin" after the match, for he was 6 up. But to. return to the charge. "Andy" Oastler was retired to third man on Saturday, and Brown —well, who's Brown, ar.yliow ? However, both rinks went under, and James and Neill carried the hod; T:'y this racket on with Richmond in the ...

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