Punch or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, July 8, 1914
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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Punch or the London Charivari, Vol. 147,July 8, 1914, by VariousThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License includedwith this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.netTitle: Punch or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, July 8, 1914Author: VariousRelease Date: June 24, 2009 [EBook #29217]Language: English*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK PUNCH, CHARIVARI, JULY 8, 1914 ***Produced by Neville Allen, Hagay Giller, Malcolm Farmerand the Online Distributed Proofreading Team athttp://www.pgdp.netPUNCH,OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.VOLUME 147July 8, 1914CHARIVARIA.LORD BRASSEY IS SAID TO BE ANNOYED AT THE WAY IN WHICH HIS RECENT ADVENTURE AT KIEL WAS EXAGGERATED. HE LANDED, ITSEEMS, ON THE MOLE OF THE KAISER DOCKYARD, NOT NOTICING A WARNING TO TRESPASSERS—AND CERTAIN OF OUR NEWSPAPERSproceeded at once to make a mountain out of the mole.Mr. ROOSEVELT'S AMERICAN PHYSICIAN, DR. ALEXANDER LAMBERT, HAS CONFIRMED THE ADVICE OF HIS EUROPEAN PHYSICIANS THAT THEEX-PRESIDENT MUST HAVE FOUR MONTHS' REST AND MUST KEEP OUT OF POLITICS ABSOLUTELY FOR THAT PERIOD; AND IT IS SAID THATPresident WILSON is also of the opinion that the distinguished invalid owes it to his country to keep quiet for a time.AT THE FAREWELL BANQUET TO LORD GLADSTONE MEMBERS OF THE LABOUR UNIONS SURROUNDED THE HOTEL AND BOOED ...

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Punch or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, July 8, 1914, by Various
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Title: Punch or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, July 8, 1914
Author: Various
Release Date: June 24, 2009 [EBook #29217]
Language: English
*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK PUNCH, CHARIVARI, JULY 8, 1914 ***  
Produced by Neville Allen, Hagay Giller, Malcolm Farmer and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI.
VOLUME 147
Ju
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y 8, 1914
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AVISITOR TO SCARBOROUGH NEARLY LOST HIS MOTOR-CAR IN THE SANDS AT FILEY LAST WEEK:IT SANK UP TO THE BONNET AND WAS WASHED BY THE SEA BEFORE IT WAS HAULED TO SAFETY BY FOUR HORSES. NEPTUNE IS SAID TO HAVE BEEN NOT A LITTLE ANNOYED AT THE car's escape, as he realises that his old chariot drawn by sea-horses is now sadlydémodé.
ANEW ORGANISATION,CALLED "THE LEAGUE OF WAYFARERS,"HAS BEEN FORMED. ITS MEMBERS APPARENTLY CONSIST OF "CHILD POLICEMEN,"WHO UNDERTAKE TO PROTECT WILD FLOWERS. HOW IT IS GOING TO BE DONE WE DO NOT QUITE UNDERSTAND. PRESUMABLY, small boys will hide behind, say, dandelions, and emit a loud roar when anyone tries to pluck the tender plant.
ONCE UPON A TIMEREDINDIANS USED TO KIDNAPWHITES. LAST WEEK, MRS B. W.OWMANCUTTER,A WEALTHY WIDOW OF SEVENTY, living at Boston, Massachusetts, eloped with her 21-year-old Red-skin chauffeur.
AMEMORIAL TO A PRIZE-FIGHTER WHO WAS BEATEN BY TOMSAYERS WAS UNVEILED ATNOTTINGHAM LAST WEEK. SHOULD THIS IDEA OF doing honour to defeated British heroes spread to those of to-day our sculptors should have a busy time.
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In Mr. STEPHENPHILLIPS'PLAY,The Sin of David,WE ARE TO SEECAVALIERS ANDROUNDHEADS. THIS WILL BE A WELCOME CHANGE, for in most of the theatres nowadays one sees a preponderance of Deadheads.
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The Gentlewoman,BY THE WAY,WHICH IS PUBLISHING A SERIES OF ARTICLES ENTITLED"WOMAN'SWORK AT THE1914 ACADEMY," omits to show us photos of Mr. SARGENT'Sand Mr. CLAUSEN'Spaintings after certain women had worked upon them.
QUITE A NUMBER OF OUR PICTURE GALLERIES ARE NOW CLOSED,AND IT HAS BEEN SUGGESTED THAT,WITH THE IDEA OF RECONCILING THE public to this state of affairs, there shall be displayed conspicuously at the entrance to the buildings the reminder, "Ars est celare artem."
SOME SURPRISE IS BEING EXPRESSED IN NON-LEGAL CIRCLES THAT THE ACTRESS WHO LOST THE CASE WHICH SHE BROUGHT AGAINST SANDOW, LIMITED, for depicting her as wearing one of their corsets, did not apply for stays of execution.
THERE AREONEWOMANSHOWS AS WELL ASONEMANSHOWS IN THESE DAYS. AN INVITATION TO BE PRESENT AT A CERTAIN FUNCTION in connection with a certain charitable institution announces:— "ATHLETICSPORTS ANDDISTRIBUTION OFPRIZESby LADY—— ——."
THERE APPEAR TO HAVE BEEN SOME AMUSING MISFITS IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES AT THE RECENTMIDNIGHTBALL. FOR EXAMPLE A young lady of pronounced sobriety, according toThe Daily Chronicle, secured a case of whisky and went about asking if she could get it changed for perfume. Whisky is, of course, essentially a man's perfume.
AT THE FAREWELL BANQUET TOLORD GLADSTONE MEMBERS OF THELABOURUNIONS SURROUNDED THE HOTEL AND BOOED LOUDLY WITH A VIEW TO MAKING THE SPEECHES INAUDIBLE. AS THE FIRST SERIOUS ATTEMPT TO PROTECT DINERS FROM AN ORGY OF ORATORY THIS INCIDENT deserves recording.
Mr. ROOSEVELT'SAMERICAN PHYSICIAN, DR. ALEXANDERLAMBERT,HAS CONFIRMED THE ADVICE OF HISEUROPEAN PHYSICIANS THAT THE EX-PRESIDENT MUST HAVE FOUR MONTHS'REST AND MUST KEEP OUT OF POLITICS ABSOLUTELY FOR THAT PERIOD;AND IT IS SAID THAT President WILSONis also of the opinion that the distinguished invalid owes it to his country to keep quiet for a time.
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"ASQUITHDENIESMILITANTPLEA. Receives Working Women but Won't Introduce Bill."—NewYork Evening Sun. We are left with the uneasy impression that William is a snob.
"On a divan the motion for rejection was carried by 178 to 136."—Daily Chronicle. Our politicians are right to take it easy this hot weather.
The intrepid photographer again!The Illustrated London Newsadvertises:— PHOTOGRAVUREPRESENTATIONPLATE OF GENERAL BOOTH AND MRS. BRAMWELL BOOTH LIONSPHOTOGRAPHED AT5 YARDS' DISTANCE.
WhenThe Yorkshire Post AND The Hull Daily Mail DIFFER,WHO SHALL DECIDE BETWEEN THEM?The Hull Daily Mail ASSERTS POSITIVELY THAT A. PAPAZONGLON WON THE LONG JUMP AT THEBRIDLINGTONGRAMMARSCHOOL SPORTS AND THAT P C.APAZONGLON WAS SECOND IN THE 100YARDS AND HIGH JUMP. ITS CONTEMPORARY,HOWEVER,UNHESITATINGLY AWARDS THESE POSITIONS TO C. PAPAZONGLOU, C. PAPAZONGAand G. PAPAZAGLOU RESPECTIVELY. BUT IT GIVES THE"VICTORLUDORUM"CUP TO A NEW COMPETITOR, C. PAPAZOUGLOU,AND AGAIN DIFFERS FROM The Hull Daily Mail,WHICH KNOWS FOR A FACT THAT IT WAS WON BY C. PPAZONGLON. WHOM shall we believe?
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