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PETERBOROUGH FESTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

PETERBOROUGH FESTIVITIES. The holiday festivities at "Peterboro' House," Peterborough, this month included a fancy dress ball, at, which many visitors showed clever adap tability a:ad a sense of beauty. The most original costumes were those of Messrs. R. Loosli and Larry Heath, who coupled themselves as "See What Pcrcy Picked Up in the Park.'' Other successful costumes were Miss Jean Morrison, Monsieur Beaucaire ; Miss M. Fussell and Miss Elise Loosli, Pyjanra'-Girls : ATiss Mabel Horsfall, French Maid ; Miss Lockyer, Powder ;:iid Patches ; Mrs. D. Cattanach, French Maid : Masters Colin Looili and Max Armstrong, two seaside girls ; Mr. Lionel Armstrong, Knight of the Bath ; Mr. H. George. Sultan of Turkey ; Miss Field, Gipsy : Miss Loosli, Katherine of Ara gon ; Mrs. Perry, a gong girl ; Dr. Spiers, Bar maid : Miss Bennie, An Indian Girl ; Miss D. Ben nie, Early Victorian ; Miss Iva Perry, Bacchus ; Mr. Roy Bennie, Chinese Mandarin : Mr. A. Mur doch, Overgrown Boy ; Master L. Parker...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Does your back ache constantly? Do you feel dull, miserable and tired all the time? Do you wonder why ordinary daily duties wear you out ? Do you have " blue" days and restless nights? Kidney Sickness silently plays out the strongest person. A dull, draggy ache in the small of the back will tell on the healthiest man or woman. And if the kidneys fail in their lask of filtering uric acid poisons from the blood, it leads to painful attacks of neuralgia, rheumatism, sciatica, gravel, head-aches—to worrying attacks of dizziness, nervousness, heart palpitation, scanty, painful and too fre quent urination. Don't neglect weak kidneys. There is danger ol running gradually into dropsy, Bright's disease, or diabetes. At the first sign of backache or disorders of the urine, use Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. A remedy that has cured your neighbour will cure you. Mrs. Copland, 14 Motham Street. Seddon, Melbourne, says "My husband used Doan's Backache Kidn Pills for a stiff, aohing back, and this ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

It's Profitable to Use.... EIPKIEL©!? This is the decision of thousands of Motorists after trying other makes. They have found that the Strength and Quality embodied in these Reliable Tyres always means extra service without extra cost. YOU can be sure of Tyre satisfaction by fitting "Dunlops," Try them and n

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OUR DUTIES TO DOMESTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

OUR DUTIES TO DOMESTICS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

11 ' % ■V IE 3 E ] El E 3 E 3 E □ in a a □ 0 It is Easy to Claim But to Prove it v ^ A x\ '* - "SOLID V make an Advertisement of Safety First Is the key-note governing the Manufacture of . . . That is the Reason why H. HAW one of the World's Foremost Aviators, who displayed his prowess to the People of Victoria at Caulfield on Saturday, 7th February, 1914. "OMLY □ □ □ □ E ' ' " : :v : i.'.r'v'.-jr i ;.ri. 2i:: iU •: : ' " > j";•• .. - . r> . - . ■ r. ■ r; y,' c:: ■ ' i ; i ~ \irr.k ? "' ",V •• _ ;; >;•, it' >' - : *■

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FISHING IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

MISS DORIS M'EVOY, Whose marriage with arranged to take place 10th Captain Guy Madden is at Cliveden Mansions on. March. TI3E Ii/LSTERNWICK BAND AND RESIDENTS' EXCURSION TO FERN TREE GULLY, 21st JANUARY. FISHING IN TASMANIA. The Tasmania" Railways Commissioner has for wurderl to the Tasmanian Government Bureau in Melbourne two fine specimens of acclimatised trout. These fWi are sent with the object of nrant.ina.1lv wi, uujcci ui uracucaiiy demonstrating what sport can be had in the island State. One is a fine English trout of.HJly., caught in the North Esk River, about -.four miles from I.aunceston : and the other is a raintiow trout of 101b., caught at Lake. Leake. Not only is the sport in Tasmania excellent, but the princi pal fhshisig places are easy of access, and close to the centres. Lake Leake, known now as affording absolutely the best rainbow fishing in the Common wealth, is situated between Campbell Town, on tho main line railway, and Swansea, on the East Coast, and is rea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

A WELL-KNOWN MATERNITY NURSE WRITES OF CLEMENTS TONIC. . The profession of a nurse is an arduous one, so muoh depends on her strength, so many lives upon her ability, Here is an instance where Nurse Menzies, of l\lica-street, Broken Hill, writing 24/1/13, states the value of Cle ments Tonic to nurses who are run-down from overwork and heavy night or day duty.'. Read this letter it is worth it :— "24/1/13. "CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. •'■'1 have been pleased that nurses in Austra lia express in the press their sentiments re garding your valuable medicine I qualified forty years a'go, and keep to it because 1 love to help the sick. In earlier life I was ASSO CIATED WITH SOME OF ADELAIDE'S CLEVEREST SURGEON'S, and nursed their patients. Until twelve years ago I was nurs ing in S.A'.; since I have been at Broken Hill. I have had long experience, and can endorse every word other nurses have said about Cle ment/s Tonic. In < forty years I have had the oare of hundreds of sick people. I...

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State Swimming Championships at Fitzroy. SATURDAY, 7th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

State Swimming Championships at Fitzroy. SATURDAY, 7th FEBRUARY. V WATCHiNG THE SWIMMERS IN COMPORT. 220 YARDS CHAMPIONSHIP. ivan Steclmaii (2nd), Brighton ; F. E. Beaurepaire (winner). Y.M.C.A. (Victoria). •.■••■■ - — ■■■■■■ _ ' START OF THE 116 YARDS BREAST STROKE OPEN" EWNDICAP. GROUP OF OFFICIALS. STARTERS IN THE 220 YARDS BREAST STROKE) CH AMPIONSHIP. STARTERS IN THE 1320 YA11DS CHAMPIONSHIP. W. E. FINNEY (City). . . Winner of Breast Stroke Handicap. G. W. MORRIS (Albert Park), Wir.nw of 1320yds. Championship.

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A BIBLICAL STORY BEATEN. (In the Biblical story the camel could not pass through the Needle's Eye—a gateway into Jerusalem.) [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

^ A BIBLICAL STORY BEATEN. (In the Biblical story the camel could not pass through the Needle's Eye—a gateway into Jerusalem.) /WR COOK. We must get there. Now for a double dissolution to perform a miracle

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A BACHELOR'S PANTOMIME PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

"THE FORTY THIEVES" AT THEIR STRONGHOLD. Scene from the pantomime at Her Majesty's Theatre, - Melbourne. AUSTRALIA'S NAVAL BRIGADE. Scene from "The Forty Thieves," at Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne. THE "COMETS' CAMP AT ASPENDALE. : A BACHELOR'S PANTOMIME PARTY. The popular error that a bachelor has little lovs and no consideration for children would be_ rudely shattered in the mind of any person who witnessed "TJncle Alec's Party" at Iler Majesty's Theatre on the evening of the 4th February. Annually, for some eighteen or twenty years, Mr. Alex. Isaacson, of Fitzroy - street, St. ICilda, has made it a practice to entertain his juvenile friends ar.d relatives at a pantomime party. When the idea originated a couple of dccades ago, it was a labour of love with the host to furnish a little treat to his then limited number of nephews and nieces. It has always remained a labour of love, bvt time and the course of nature have considerably increased the list of guests, for on Wednesday l...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

MR. A. NAPPER TO MISS J. OVEREND. The marriage of Mr. Alfred Napper, third son of Mr. C?:>rles Napper, of "Quamby." Sale, and Miss Tdn Joan Owrend, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Ovcrcr.d. of "Bon Acord," Sale, was cele brated at St. Paul's pro-Oathedral on 3rd Febru ary. The Bishop of Gippsland, assisted by the R»v. Leslie Hall, performed the ceremony. The church, which looked very pretty, -was decorated by the girl friends of the bride with white a^a panthus and variegated • bamboo, tied with white ribbons. The choir rendered "The Voice That Breathed O'er Eden," "Perfect Love" and several hymns. Ah the bride loft the church the organist (Mr. S. Napper) played the "Wedding March." The" bride was given away by her father. Her beautiful wedding dress oi white crepe nattier was trimmed with honiton lace and orange blossom. She wore her mother's wedding veil, and carried a lovely bouquet of white roses, lily of the valley and asparagus fern (arranged by Miss Alice Dodd). The b...

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SYDNEY SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

SYDNEY SHOWS. One o! the new features in the rcyue at Iler Majesty's during the last week has been tho parade of evening gowns. Theso were specially made by one of the leading Sydney firms, ani must have cost J. C. Williamsjn Ltd. a pretty sum of money. But they have been worth the expenditure, because they nave drawn all femi n:ne Sydney to the theatre to see the latest Parisian fashions. In other departments the revue has been changed and improved again. Mr. Jack Cannot, who still retains the post of honour as the principal and most successful comedian in the show, has .introduced a new stunt by collecting cigars from the audience. Miss Daisy Jerome has been smitten down by illness, and it is said that a rather serious operation will,be needed to put her ri^ht. This is a serious loss to the revue. But it says a great deal for the adaptability of such a show that a few new features have been introduced, and the absence of the most important and the only vaudeville artist in the sho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

ETITE? Are you Hungry and do you Enjoy you Meals? A Fremantle Woman Speaks of the Great Benefit Derived from Dr. Williams' Pink Pills when Suffering from Indigestion. Those dyspeptic sufferers who would like to eat heartily, but refrain because they know* tha after suffering they will have to j;o through ; and the other class, whose form of stomach trouble is an utter loathirm; of food, should know how good Dr. Williams' Pink Fills are for Indigestion. A "trial of these pills will make you hungry, and strengthen your stomach so that you can eat what you want without distress. Under this treatment you will be come stronger and healthier, because you will get, full nourishment from vour food. Mrs. James Hawkins, Davis-road, Fremantle, W.A., suffered with a bad form' of stomach trouble, and now speaks in high praise of the relief she got from Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. When interviewed she said .— "I could not regain my strength after an at tack of Typhod Fever, and I began to suffer a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

DR. GILLATJME'S KNM-Ma Wo can honestly reconiinend this ex cellent Toilet Emollient, prepared from thn 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., 312 Elizabeth St.; Meloourne (opp. J. M'Ewan's). G. Pleasance, CHEMIST, 275 Chapel Street, Prahran, . OPPOSITE ARCADE. 'Phone, Windsor 409. Has received, and can supply, stocks of the latest London Toilet Speela ties, including Messrs. Dearborn and Co.'s preparations : MVrcolizcd Wax, Parsidium Jelly, Cleminite, Pheminol, Stallax, Boranium, Allacitc, Pergol, Jettaline, Mcnnaline, Onalite, Pro 'lactuin, Colliandum, Pilenta, etc., etc. Price List on application. Note Address—OPPOSITE ARCADE, PKAHRAN Pianos =!?S!)= Bechstein Lipp Feurich Ecke Thurmer* Tticre Is absolutely do better value to bo obutacd to Australia. I S£ND FOR FREE ILL...

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IN THE BILE EANS FOR ILIOUSNESS HARBOUR TALK OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

TALK OF THE WEEK. No award now binds the Waterside Workers. Not that any award or agreement ever binds them very much. Th?y have ,i habit ot strik ing at frequent intervals during the currency of the .most solemn agreements. When there is no agreement at all a serious strike seems something more than a probability. In New South Wales the wharf labourers have, during the last few years, increased their wages over fifty per cent. Now thsy Want to push them up another fifty per cent. The employers are not agreeable, and. at any moment Australia may be plunged into all the disasters of a' maritime strike. There are many who think tha.t vthe last ten years have been ten years of over-prosperity for the uoun.trv, and that some thing in the nature of a stern corrective is necessary before a proper sense of proportion can be restored. A big strike is the sort of calamity which certainly restores a sense of proportion, ,but it may be doubted if such a re storation is worth the price to be pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

W« are now making our USUAL REDUCTIONS. . for BETWEEN SEASON'S COSTUMES—Crepe do Chcues, Eoliennea. Tweeds, or Linens—lor a FEW WEEKS ONLY. FROCKS AND BLOUSES TO ORDER. Tel. 4311. First Floor. Tate Elevator. CO WES. Isle of Wifp&t Hotel. FACING THE PIER. Extensive Tree-shaded Grounds Lowly Beaches for Walks and Batkine:. Billiard Koom. Good Table. Terms Moderate. 11B SWANSTON ST.. MELBOURNE. CHARMING PORTRAITS. FROM 10/ A DOKBN. GROUPS, CHILDREN AND LADIES IN EVENING DRESS A SPECIALTY. E. H. THORNBERG, Proprietor. TALMA & Photographers,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Buyers of I MOIIIIIICMES9 TUmWUmtS "and MADAPOLAMS Have a guarantee if they will see HORROCKSES* name on Selvedge that they are getting the very best that the Old Country produces. Decline all Substitutes Sold by all First-Class Drapers and Ftorekeepers H HIGHEST AWARDS AT ALL THE GREAT - EXHIBITIONS. 8 Mr "JM Genuine Redactions in Art China, Brass and Copper Ware, SILK SHADES, Silver & E.P. Ware, Perfumery, Brushware. A large variety of Ladies' Hand-Bags ALL- AT HALF-PRICE! Ac H. WEE0ON m COoS Tel. 6360. BLOCK PLACE, CITY (Off Block Arcade).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Constantly for all toilet pur poses, especially shaving and shampooing, with occasional use of Guticura Ointment, because so effective in removing slight irri tations, redness, roughness, pim ples, dandruff, etc., of the skin and scalp and promoting and maintaining skin and hair health. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment Bold everywhere. Liberal sample of each, with 32-page book, sent post free. Address H. Towns & Co., Sydney, N. P. W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

What 5/s will Bey At MILLER'S. A New Fashionable Felt Hat .In the following colors Black, White, Navy, Grey, Quaker, Tango, Tan, Royal, Saxe, Dark Saxe, Copper, Tobac, Gold, and Natier. FOR ONE MONTH ONLY. TO ADVERTISE OUR HATS. This Offer will not be Repeated You must write now if you would secure one of these NEW FASHIONABLE HATS. SEND 5/6 POSTAL NOTE MILLER'S FEATHER SHOP, Corner Bourke and Swanston Streets, MELBOURNE; 207 Chapel Street, PRAHRAN; 188 Smith St., COLLINGWOOD I never scratch." A turn of the head to the left controls the flow of ink, fast or slow, according to your hand - writing. A turn to the right shuts off the ink, and the Onoto becomes a sealed tulje, safe to carry at any angle. And, above all, the Onoto fills itself— instantly—from any. ink supply. Nothing could be less trouble than the Onoto—the Mi" Simplicity, one really satisfactory self-filling fountain pen. Make it your pen to-day. You can always pick a nib to suit your hand writing. Onoto the pen—never sc...

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