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THE ARRIVAL OF THE NEW GOVERNOR MONDAY FEB[?] 23[?] [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

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POST OFFICE PICNIC AT QUEENSCLIFF, SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY. PER S.S. "WEEROONA." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

TINY TOTS KEGEIVIN (J TOYS. SMILING FACES ONE OF THE LUNCHEON PARTIES. X /.*»J." STARTERS IN MARRIED JLADIES' RACE. "nT"-™- * a—^■wiiiiwyiin— ■■'■ " PACKING UP FOR HOME. GROUP OF OFFICIALS AND LADY FRIENDS. POST OFFICE PICNIC AT QUEENSCLIFF, SATURDAY, 21st FEBRUARY. PER S.S. "WEEROONA." Paper on "German Colonial Policy" read at last meeting of the Royal Colonial institute in London. J. F. Hogan, commenting upon it, says his experience of German settlers in Aus tralia 'is thatv they make model colonists— sober, thrifty, industrious, and undaunted by obstacles. Not generally known that there is a German town to the south of Geelong, where H'Ogan, the Imperial Parliamentarian of the future, spent his early years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

MAIR & LYME THE ECONOMIC AND AKTiSTl© HOUSE FURNISHERS mi DECORATORS NEW CARPETS. CAMEL GROUND WITH WILLOW BLUE DESIGN. FAWN GROUND JASPE WITH ORIENTAL BORDER. PERSIAN ; TURKEY : BROWN' AND BLUE. ADAMS, JACOBEAN AND QUEEN ANNE FURNITURE. COMPLETE SCHEMES SUBMITTED. ESTIMATES FREE, TNSPFCTION INVITED. Note Address: 274 Little Collins Street, R/ielb., opp. COLE'S WALK. Hicks, Atkinson & Sons Pty. Ltd. The Collins Street House. Smart and Serviceable Sports Coats, ^ 18/9 Each. I - A Stylish Fleeced Wool Coat, with Two Buttoned Pockets. LENGTH, 28 INCHES. COLOURS : 1!0SE, WHITE, NAVY, BROWN ano SAXE BLUE MIC IS, ATKINSON 6 SONS PtU. Ltd. 348-350 COLLINS STREET. MELBOURNE. 18/9 EACH, !' ;:.i

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Photo by S. R. [?] Collins st. GOVERNMENT HOUSE GROUP ON THE LAWN AT "STONINGTON." LADY DENMAN'S LOAN EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

jtfx\ \v. •*-//?£>Nl I'lioto by S. R. Shier, ajff^Jlffis-sr. - • "•/ A ' - ^GOVERNMENT HOUSE GROUP ON THE LAWN AT "STONINGTON." Standing. A.D.C.; Capt. Wild ^Miine, A.iyi\ (Escort) ; His Excellency the Governor, Sir Arthur I.yulph Stanley: Hon. Victor Hood (Private Secretary), Capt. F. II. Gale (Bedfordshire Regiment}. wHp^aijg), A.B.C. Lady Stanley (seated in front) has her younger daughters Pamela, on her knee. Beside her are her son, Edward, and her elder daughter, Adelaide. LADY DENMAN\Aj£3aN EXHIBITION. / The meeting' called by Excellency 'l>a<iv^en man last Friday at Governo!fc^£H3i^§rJ in''connec-. tion with the Loan Exhibition or™i8itiquities of every kind, was generously responded to. and those present were most enthusiastic in their support of this .admirable idea. Punctually at the time ap pointed Her Excellency entered the drawingroom, and personally greeted all present and invited them to tea, which was very daintily laid in the State dinir.groom. the t...

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WEDDINGS MR. L. HOLMES TO MISS E. M. DORRAT. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

WEDDINGS MR. L. HOLMES TO MISS E. M. DOP-RAT. One of the prettiest weddings' held 'n Albert street Bnptfst Church, East Melbourne, was cele brated on Saturday, 14th February, when Mr. Lin say Holmes, second son of Councillor and Mrs. W. L Holmes, of Wattletree-road, Malvern, was mar -ied to Alirfs Evelyn May Porrat, eldest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dorrat, of "Laroona," St. Kilda. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. Horace Jeffs. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a charming and beautiful gown of white chiffon satin, veiled with Brussels lace. The square-cut train, depending from the waist, was effectively finished with satin cords and posies of orange ijlossom and silk roses. A handsomely worked veil wai arranged over a dainty little tulle cap and caught at either side with dusters of' orangit blossom. A shower bouquet of white tuberoses and Madonna lilies, centred with rink flowers, was car ried. As the bride entered the church, the "Wed ding March" .jvas ...

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THIS FORMULA REALLY MAKES HAIR GROW. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

THIS FORMULA REALLY MAKES HAIR GROW. Some time ago I read in a paper a.formula for a preparation which was claimed to destroy the dandruff germ, and to strongly stimulate the hair growth. In spite of the fact that -I had already tried many preparations without benefit, and my hair was thin and falling out very fast, I decided to give the firmula a trial. Accordingly I got my chemist to put. up 3oz. of Bay Rum, loz. of Lavon.x . de Composee, and {• dram of Menthol Crystals,, and applied it regularly every morning and night, rubbing carefully into the scalp with the finger - tips. Much to my delight and astonishment the in tolerable itching ceased .with the first applica tion, the dandruff disappeared, the falling out of the hair stopped completely, and by the time I had used four bottle I had a finer, longer. and more luxuriant growth of hair than I ever had before. I have since recommended this formula to many of my friends with equal ly wonderful results. I understand that this for...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

MUSIC. By "Orfeo." With such an energetic and capable- organiser as Mr. Fritz Hart, the director of the pastern Hill Conservatorium, at the helm, music-lovers here Can rest assured that no stone will be left unturned to promote the development and pro duction of local grand opera in our midst. Last week a meeting was held with the object of founding an organisation the aim of} which shall be to foster in every way high standards and ideals in the noblest of' all forms of musical expression. And more meetings are to be held with the same object. Whether sufficient atmos phere can be created here to accomplish this no'ble aspiration remains to be seen. That the public -cwill support it,'from previous experience, we know well ; and we feel that the time is not far distant when, wLth men like Hart and Hill and Chanter at the helm, it will have assumed tangible form. That It ma/ be accom plished, the first demand shall be for librettists who, not neoessarily original, will kno.w just "wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

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MR. ROSENBLUM'S RICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

.MR. ROSENBLUM'S FfCTTIftUS- . - There ;s nothing in Mr. I. As'"Rosenblum's exhi- ' bition a* Bernard's Galleries /oinaktU the- midicioutr grievo or ■ the' highly cultured! Srtist C£}ip Q0;, S^ckcj Mr. Rosenblum is a nicn vounb /priinter ol the con ventional kind, elaborately fo^' r'of4-Nature, . and ' particularly in love with undulating. "billows and silent yoois. Most of his nicture^-^fet\_<*ei-.wator in-"' thc-m. and quite a number have their iTlCtnreSque ness enhanced by careful sunsc-ts. Probablv' his best thing in point of colour is "Werribc-e River. Evening," wherein he h;Ls achieved a good effect by thoughtful use of his colour box. ''Home With the Tide*" is also dexterously coloured, and the points about "Gordon's Corner. Cape Northumberland," will not escape the ordinary eye. Such things as "Reverie." "A Memory." and "One Summer Night, Burmah," have plenty of The sentimentality that touches inner chords Mid probably bring--; a soft ness into a stockbroker's eye...

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SYDNRY WEDDING. MR. G. T. BLACKBURN TO MISS C. RANSOM. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

SYDNRY WKDraNfi. MR. G. T. BLACKBURN TO MISS 0. RANSOM. The marriage of Mr. George Thomas Blackburn, eldest son of Mr. George Blackb'irn, of Arthurvillo, and Miss Jane Cassie Ransom, eldest daughter of Mrs. J. Ransom, of Dubbo, was celebrato.1 in Holy Trinity Church. Dubbo, on 11th February. The Rev. Canon Lea officiated. Miss Raven wis at the organ, an# played suitable music. The bride was given away by her unelc (Mr. John Graham). Her pretty white crystalline silk was veiled with an overdress of lace. A Soarle and Sons' bouquet of lilies and white roses was carried. The bride was followed by her sister. Miss Edith Ransom, who was prettily frocked in white crepe de v'hene. A bouquet of lilies and roses was carried. The bride groom's gifts were—To bride and bridesmaid, gold bangles. The bridegroom was supported by his brother as best man. The bride's mother was gowned in a handsome black silk dress. The bride groom's mother also wore black silk, icHoved with black net. A reception w...

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OLD MELBURNIANS' LAWM PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

OLD MELBCRN1ANS' LAWM PARTY. The annual lawn party given by the Old Mel burnians was held at the Church of England Grim mar School on Saturday, 21i^t February. The pre sident (Mr. Edward . Trcnchard) is on his way to England, but before ho lrft he presented two hon our boards to the school. The visitors were re ceived on the' lawn in frcnt of the house of the head master (Mr. George E. Blanch). During the afternoon ""two concerts arranged by Mrs. Pauli Carter were held in the big school, the first ona at 3.30 and the second at -1.30. Songs were given by Miss Evclvn M'lntoth, Miss Wynne Macoboy. Miss Dorothy Schl?singer and Mr. Hector Gold sl-ink. Ii. the first concert Miss M'Tntosh and Mr. Hector Goldspink were associated in a vocal duet. Mrs. Paulj Carter acted as accompaniste. refreshments v/.to served in two largo marquees erected in front of the cricket ground, where an in teresting came was played between two teams of "old boys,'' captained by Messrs. A. 0. Henty and It. T. Smi...

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THE LADIES LETTER HOLMSY HOUSE, TOORAK. Dear Peg,— [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

HOLM3f HOUSE, T09RAK. Dear Peg,— What a perfect day it was that smiled a wel come upon His Excellency Sir Arthur Stanley and his bonny .wife. All that blueness of the sky and sparkle of the water helped so ; it wias worth yards and yards of buntmg as a joy signal. I did feel so delighted, too, that the newcomers were spared that fearful, dreary progress .through Port Melbourne—it was arrang ed for them to tranship and he brought straight across the rippling Bay to land at St. Kilda. Surely'- Their Excellencies -will imagine, as- a first impression, that Australia is peopled mostly by children. Torrents of them poured down to St. Kilda, and sang their best wel come as Sir Arthur first put his foot upon Victorian soil. Then, as he proceeded upon his long, ceremonious advance through the city, delu,ges of more and more children seemed to meet him and greet him at every turn, with their fresh young voices. -And just when he must have imagined he'd seen every chubby cherub the Commonweal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

B, G. WOOD Ladies' Tailor and Habit Maker, THE WEBB BUILDING, 234 COLLINS ST. lOpp. "Age" Office). We aro now making our USUAL REDUCTIONS for. BETWEEN SEASON'S COSTUMES—Crepe do Cheats, Eoliennes. Tweeds, or Linens—for a PEW WEJBKS ONLY. FROCKS AND BLOUSES TO ORDER. Tel. 4311. First Floor. Take Elevator. COWES. Isle of Wi^ht Hotel. FACING THE PIER. Extensive Tree-shaded Grounds Lovely Beaches for Walks and Bathing. Billiard Room. Good Table. Terms Moderate. E. H. THORNBERG, Proprietor. TALMA & Co.,' Photographers, 119 SWANST03 ST.. MELBOURNE. .CHARMING PORTRAITS. f ROM 10/ A DOZEN. (i&OUPS, CHILDREN AND LADIES IN BVBNING DKESS A SPECIALTY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

OUR NEW WILL BE READY IN A DAY OK SO. AND WILL BE FORWARDER TO ANY ADDRESS ON RECEIPT OP. A QAiRD. PTY. LTD.. FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. Nor "swar \RMS. CRESTS. MONOGRAMS, and ADDRESSES Engraved for Embossing. Visiting CardB Printed in Best Style. e. $& e©., 233 COLLINS STREET. MELBOURNE. Misses Tully & Bowe, (SostuBOTBepes, COLLINS ST. (over Stewart Dawson's). Entrance neit to Ronald's. RACE and EVENING GOWNS a Specialty. T"l. f-023 Ontrnl. G. Pleasauce, CHEMIST, 275 Chapel Street, Prahran, OPPOSITE ARCADE. 'Phone, Windsor 409. Jas received, and tan supply, stocks of tko latest London Toilet Specialties', [leludinir Messrs. Dearborn- nud C'o.'s preparations : Mcrcolized Wax, Parsidium Jelly, Clemlnlte, Pheminol, St all ax, Boranium, Allaclto, Pergol, Jettallne, Mcnnaline, OrialJte, Pro Inctum, Colliandum, PHenta, etc., etc. Price List on application. lote Address—OPPOSITE AKCADE. PS AH HAN Vaggqa. 1s.^ crab Grateful to Invalids In the sickroom a bottle or two of "4...

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MRS. W. J. GRIFFITHS, HOSTESS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

MRS. W. J. GRIFFITHS, HOSTKSS. Mrs W. J. Cri&iths, of "The Briars," Toorak, save an "at home" on Thursday, 19th February, to say au revoir to her friends before she - leaves for England. Although the day was warm, the re (•i'1'tion-roonts, which were iili thrown open, were beautifully cool. Bowls filled with swcet-scentcd phlox, rrses, and blue daisies were placed in every room. Mrs. Griffiths received her guests in a grace ful silk foulard gown in one of the new shades oi pink. The bodije, which opened over a front of embroidered tulle, was set with a deep collar, trimmed with a band of soft coral pink silK. The same colour was repeated, in <he deep waistband snd sash-end. the latter caught in front, with tho slightly drat-i'i skirt, into a quaint buttoned fasten ing of the foular-i. Her large black tagoi hat was massed with bla.rk ostrich feathers. Tea, iced coffee, ice creams, and dainty lefreshmcnts wcro served all the afternoon, and Di Gilio's rmnd played del...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

SEAFORD, the new Seaside Suburb, on the nine-mile beach, between Carrum and Frankston is unique in the posses sion of a foreshore that has been permanently reserved for the public. A new station has been erected at a cost of £3000, and it is confidently predicted that SEAFORD will become Mel bourne's most fashionable and popular suburb. & & & IAHIA The Favourite Holiday Resort. Packed with Beauty Spotsa The Fisherman's Paradise. Vary your journey to Hobart by including the beauti ful East Coast or North- Western routes. Enquire re West Coast trip, including the Gordon River—absolutely the finest river scenery in the Commonwealth. EASTER CHEAP EXCURSIONS 8-14th April, good for return • 'till 27th April-£3/19/3 Melbourne to Hobart return {via Laun ceston). Western Line and Mole Creek Caves 18/9 extra. FOR ALL INFORMATION, RESERVED SEATS ON EXPRESS TRAINS. GUIDE BOOKS. Ice., APPLY AT Tasmanian Government Tourist Agency, Dominion Chambers, 59—61 WILLIAM ST., MELB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Melbourne's Largest and Most Up-to-date Warehouse for ART FURNISHINGS AND FURNITURE. Ice Chests at a Great Reduction. FOR a limited period we will offer our complete stock of High-grade Ice Chests at a discount of 15 Per Cent. Off Marked Prices. CHUSCH BROTHERS Pty. Ltd. "*8»t'3£.Ag*£, 1 M'EWAN'S G© p Bl ® i^antic Alteration. NOW ON. In consequence of Extensive Alterations, part of our building is in the hands of the Contractor, who demands more room for his men. Drastic Reductions in All Departments JAIK (M'LEAN BROS. & RIGG Pty. Ltd.), ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE M V* YfVifif EffiALTH-RESTORmG PURE FOOD. ° *U! """'asi «'«>• Cafe Francois, 287 LITTLE COLLINS STREET (Next Swanaton-at.). ' ■>" u iTitti, i,il r. 5rag-''y.-ri,^>w

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SOCIAL. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

soemL. Com ins Events. Notifications under this head aro charged at the rate of 1/ lor 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 in the St. ICilda Town I-lall. 9th March.—Hawthorn Ladies' Swimming Club An nual Carnival, to be held Hawthorn City Baths, evening. Gentlemen admitted. Entries close 4th March. Mrs. Ridgewell, lion, sec., Hawthorn Citv Baths. 10th March.—Miss Wynne Macoboy's Invitation Con cert. Masonic Hjill. Plan at Pianola Co. 11th, J 4 th. l"th March.—Mr. Marcus St. John's Recitals of "Behind the Beyond," assisted by Miss Irma Caron and Mr. Norman Gl.urton. Athenaeum Hall. 1'lan at Pianola. 11th March.—Mayoral Reception at St. Kilda. 31st March.—Opening of the Loan Exhibition ol Old Furniture, Silver, China, Textiles and Prints at Federal Government House. President, Her Excellency Lady Denm...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Engagements. An engagement is announced between Mr. William A. Barr, younger son of the late .John Barr and Mrs. Barr, o- Bcndigo, and Miss Murielle M. Mackintosh, younger daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. Mackintosh, of North Fitzroy. An engagement is announced between Mr. Herbert G. Colclough, third son of the late Richard Colclough, of "Oareo-wrie," Essendon, and Miss Daphne SI- Salmon, second daughter of Mr. W. P. Salmon, of "Roscneatii," Essen don. An engagement is announced between Miss Rpse Alexander, youngest daughter of Cr. and Mrs. M. Alexander, of "G-arrelnook,'' Queen's road, and Mr. Ralph R. Isaacs, of Brunswick street, Fitzroy, elder son of Alderman and Mrs. I. Isaacs, of Adelaide. An engagement is announced between Miss Nell Zander, eldest daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. J. B. Zander, of "Virginia," Albert Park, and Mr. J. C. Cumming, eldest son of Mrs. J. (Jummiing, of; Moonee Ponds. An engagement is announced between Mr. Stanley B. Mellor, younger son of the late Mr. Alfred Mellor,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

WHERE TO, See Inside Front Uouerf ==3 {. "OSMAf^" 0JVE8 AW AIR OF COMPOST © JR&Fft&EMBNT TO' TME GLB.E^l'EsS ROOM. p@pp«@|^r 1 eyBRy ebv# q^gpo. J v Jl ©EsfteiifeaJSl© ff{p®m

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