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Approaching Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Approaching Marriages. The marriage of Mr. Cyril A. Lesser, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lesser, of Cole ra|ine and South Yarra, and Miss Esther Gladys Woolf, elder daughter of Mrs. A. Woolf, of "Avalon," Victoria Avenue, Canterbury, is ar ranged to takq .place-at the Svnagoguq, Bourkc street, on Wednesday, 25th March, at 3 o'clock. A marriage will be shortly .celebrated between Mr. Reid, of Launceston, Assistant-Geologist to the Tasmanian Government, and Miss Nellie Good, Principal of Zercho's Business College, .^Launceston, Tas., and third daughter of Mr. Ah)ijd Mrs. Wjilliam Good, of "Hollywood," /ffiy^eton. marriage of Mr. George Norrie (.Nausori, younger son of the late Captain George ■^anflvlBrs. Worledge, Melbourne, ami Miss Mary I-Iifelj/ Towle, youngest daughter of Mr. and C. Towle, "Mcdangn,'' Epsom, Auck has been arranged to take place at St. Mark's Ohurch, Remuera, Auckland, on Thurs day, 5th March. The marriage of Mr. Morris Landau and Miss Hanchen Chodowski, daught...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

Visitors to Melbourne Francatelll, The Centreway, Collins St. THE CAFE FRANCATHLLI OCCUPIES THE MOST CENTRAL POSITION In Melbourne, and is of the highest modern type, replete with everything; that can con duce to the healthy refreshment and re in vlgoratton of the patrons at a moderate tariff. Table D'Hote Hoalo and Theatre Supper* at fixed prices and a la carte. Light Luncheons and Afternoon Teas a Speciality. Special Dinner PartieB, Afternoon Teas. Banquets, &c., &c., can bo arranged by application to MR. KARL W. &LE1YB, Manajjcr. The public arc Invited to inspect the kitchens. Telephone, Central 3938. The whole of omr spacious Cafe is now deveted to Afternoon Tea Rooms. , Dine at

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BRIDAL GROUP OP THE MARRIAGE OF MR. SIMON FRASER AND MISS PHYLLIS HAMMOND CLEGG. ARRIVAL OF THE STATE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

BRIDAL GROUP OP THE MARRIAGE OF MR. SIMON FRASER AND V,]SS PHYLLIS HAMMOND OLEGG. Standing.—Miss Slioelah Madden, Miss Margaret MacBean (trairbearer). Bridegroom, Bride!, Mr. Douglas Fraser, Miss Bettie O'Hara, Miss Hope Hammond Glegg. Miss Kathleen MacVean. Seated. —Miss Dolly Hammond Glegg (maid-of-honour), .Mi Mitizi MacBean (trr.inbearer). ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE MARRIAGE OF MR.'SIMON FRASER TO MISS PHYLLIS HAMMOND CLF.GG. rh^lt5s"by & Go. J, . . . , MISS THYLLIS HAMMOND CLEGG, ' /V-\L whoso marriage with Mr. Simon Fraser was celebrated at Scots' Church, on 17th February ana afterwards at • ARRIVAL OF THE STATE GOVERNOR. .The now Governor o£ Victoria, Sir Arthur Stan' ley, arrived in Melbourne on Monday last, Was duly welcomed and sworn in, and, with Lady Stan ley and their three children, went into residence at the State Government House-— a residence which it isi-hoped and believed will extend to the full tern of - His Excellency Y, appointment. Ideal Australian weather g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

"Ronalds"aad Central Floral Studio, WloaeRegal Flop/af®, 99 SWANSTON STREET. BON VOYAGE BASKETS 01 BOUQUETS aent to . BOAT or TRAIN. X Specialty—BASKETS lor SALOON TABLES. DISTINCTIVE STYLES In GOWNS and COSTUMES Exclusive and Dainty Materials to choose from. Perfection of fit and draping. Moderate Prices. <111^ CHARMING LINES are introduced into ^our MILLINERY, and each customer's individuality, is considered. distinguished by an exclusiveness of style, originality *and taste. if v * — ? »>

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

SUITES and ROOMS now available at "DE COMErr." EAST ST. KILDA, in connection with "CLOYNE." MRS. PENDER, late ol "Toorab Home." 'Phone 2225 Windaor. A Really High-class English Piano, that will satisfy the most critical. Enthusiastically spoken of by the most- prominent Musicians in England Sole •Ayenta Melbourne Adelaid* £cndigo Tel. 5760, Central. A. L. CRICHTON, Caterer, Masonic Hall, Collins St., Melbourae. F actory—KBN SIN GTON. Hich-elass Catsrlnc Requisites on Hire. "A LITTLE LOVE, A LITTLE KISS." ("UN PEU D' AMOUR." r j i ». • * ' The most popular Melody published foi years. The success of Europe and America. Piano Solo, Song and Walts Arrange ments. Bach prlci 1/9 net. CHAPPBLL ft 00. L/TD., 238 FLINDERS LANE, MELBOURNE. MAY BE HAD OF ALL MUSIC S KILLERS. Your Vacation* Film The success of your vacation pictures depends, must of all, upon your film. Look to it, if vou hand over your Kodak for loading in <. strange store, that no inferior substitute Mm is inserted...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

THE HON. LADY STANLEY, Wife of His Excellency Sir Arthur Lvulph Stanley. K.C.M.G.. Governor of Victoria. A polo tournament will bo played on 2nd, 4th, and 6th March at KooyonR. Tho first match will be on Monday at 2.30, Oaramut B v. Melbourne. Mr. Gregjan M'Mahon's Repertory Theatre Com pany will give their next performances at the Royal on 21st and 28th March, in the nfterroons. The opening performance will be Bernard Shaw's "The Doctor's Dilemma." A rceorc number of entries have been received for the ISth annual swimming carnival of the Brigh ton Ladies' Swimming Club, to be held next Satur day at the Brighton Ladies' Baths. The attractive programme, which begins at 3 o'clock, will include the 100 yards championship of Victoria, 75 yards event for residents of Brighton only, championship teams from the public and secondary schools, and other interesting events. Afternoon tea will. be available. ■ Mrs. W. A. Adamson will distribute the prizes at the close of the programme. Admissio...

Publication Title: Punch
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IMPUDENT INTERVIEWS. HAWKER THE HAWK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 February 1914

IMPUDENT INTERVIEWS. HAWKER THE HAWK. The biplane was about a mile land a-half from Government House in a Celestial direction when the Impudent Interviewer chipped in. "How is this for high? "said he brightly. Hawker almost let go all holts in his amaze- ment. If he had done so we would have fallen into His Excellency's backyard, and I have never been introduced. "What the deuce are you doing there ?" ask ed the airman. "I am whipping behind, as you see." "But that, is an extremely dangerous thing to do." "Oh, it will be q,uite customary in time Presently the little street boys will be doing it. Somebody had to make a start somewhere. Besides,, as the Impudent Interviewer, it is my business to run risks. I couldn't get you any other way, so I've got you on the wing." "Oh, very well, but mind when I dip ; you might get scraped off on a spire." "I am very tenacious. I have never yet been shaken off. I wanted to have a word with you concerning Australian conditions and Aus- tralian cap...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

WEDDINGS MR." N. M'K. WILSON TO MISS P. M. WARD. An extremely pretty wedding «ds that of Miss Phyllis Mary Ward, younger daughter o! Mr. and "Mrs. Fred Ward, of "Mereta," Midale Brighton, and Mr. Norman M'Kirdy Wilson, -youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson, of "Big Springs." Wagga (N.S.W.), which took place on Tuesday, 17th Feb ruary, at St. Andrew's Church, Brighton, at 11.30 a.m. The Revr. Mr. Law, vicar of St. Andrew's, performed the ceremony. The church was elaborately decorated-' with palms arid white flowers,-: arranged in profi!.sio~n";fif^''the ends of the guests' pew's: •> "Floral arches were set across the middle aisle from pew to pew. The bride looked charming in a diaphanous gown of crepe de chene. the skirt artistically draped under pannier of rare Limerick lac-3 falling from thu iow-ciit corsage. An inderdwss -of shelhpink ninon Kave an elusive tone of cosiness to the bridal white ness without conveying any real serge of colour. A court train of rich white- br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

v> * / The One and Only Perfume Gentlemen Permit Themselves. "4711" holds this notable distinction, and has won it fairly, its fragrance is refined and lasting; is never obtrusive, and never cloys. A bottle of "4711" is as much at home in the man's bathroom as on my Lady's dressing table, and is as much used by the Master of the house as by its Mistress. "4711" 'is obtainable at Chemists and Perfumers throughout the world, and its bottles are distin guished by the Blue and Gold Label. Sole Agents for Australia—JULIUS BLAU & SONS LTD.. 351 Flin ders Lane, Melbourne, and at Sydney and Auckland. '£mesSc "Parfum Lilas The Sweetly Fragrant Scent of the Lilac Bloom. Manufacturedby GUSTAV LOHSE, Berlin. Dainty Bottles in 3 sizes at 41-, 7/6, 12/6 each. Sample Bottles, 1 /-. The Fashion Perfume of the day. Obtainable from all Chemists and Stores throughout Australia. Sole Agent A. OTTO SCHMIDT, William St., Melbourne.

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DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. Food fermentation is the cause of all the dis comfort/ and pain dyspeptics suffer.' It does not necessarily follow, however, that in order to objtam relief they must rimiy themselves the en joyment they derive from eating so-called in digestible luxuries. The most satisfactory me thod of overcoming the difficulty would he to prevent the fermentation from occurring at all. and this can he done by a very simple means. It must first be explained that most of the foods we eat contain a -erfcain quantity of acid-forming elements,, and indigestible foods, of course, contain a larger proportion. When these foods 'are eaten,' the acids collects, irri tates the walls of the stomach, and causes the food to ferment while it is digesting. This fermenting food also gives off gas which dis tends the stomach, causing that full, uncom tfortahle feeling so often noticed after . eating. The root of - the trouble is the acid ferm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

("Music—A Mighty Wizard come to bless."). VICTORIAN TRIO PARTY (INSTRUMENTAL). Under the Direction of MISS IIUME BLACK, Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music, London. ,J Engagements accepted for Social Functions,( Gar den Parties, Wedding Receptions, etc. A Varied Programme, including Vocal and Other Items, can be arranged when desired; Address : MISS HUME BLACK, L.R.A.M. of Lon- ; don. 165 Collins St., Melbourne. Tel. 4236 Central. , WHAT THE SKIN NEEDS. Dermo-Balm is a scientifically prepared Emulsion, easily and quickly absorbed toy the skin. It does not dry upon the sur face, nor does it remain upon it, like greasy preparations. It disappears in a few seconds, being taken up and quickly absorbed by the innumerable pores of the outer cuticle. In this particular, and, ■indeed, in all its other good qualities, it cannot be surpassed by any other preparation. Derm© - Balm is sold by the leading Chemists at 2/ per jar, or posted to any address for 2/3 by CHEMIST CHESHIRE So CO., 3...

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Prattle About People. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Dr. Mawson gives us to understand there is a call of the ice as insistent as the "call of the wild," or the call of London, which so many people find irresistible. After their year in the Antarctic, bedded in snow and ice, \suf fering all sorts of vicissitudes, bent by trage dies, the men are not certain they will not return to it all some day. Dr. Mawson says he will not go again ; !>ut- adds : "Shackleton said he would not go a second time, but he went." To this craving for the unknown in peculiar temperaments we owe the development of the world. Without it America might have remained a terra-incognifcj, to' Europeans for a century later than the day of Columbus. Our adventurers are left no worlds to conquer but those cased in ice at the North and South Poles, but they will conquer them. "Punch" welcomed Mr. Reid Murphy, P.M., to Melbourne because of his peculiar proclivi ties. He is a man who does unusual things, and if they are not always right they are al most 'invariably in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Orient Line OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, FOB LONDON, via Suez Canal, Taking Passengers lor ADELAIDE, FREMANTLE, W.A., COLOMBO (for India), PORT SAID (for Egypt) NAPLES, TOULON, GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH, TRANSHIPPING FOR Canada, New York, Boston, South America and all Continental Ports. *R M.S. OSTERLEY, 12,129 Tons, on MARCH IS. tR.M.S. ORAMA, 13,000 Tons, on APRIL 1. •R.M.S. 0RS0VA, 12,036 Tons, on APRIL 15. All Steamers fitted with Wireless Telegraphy. Twin Screws. tTriple Screw. AND FORTNIGHTLY THEREAFTER. Piassengcr Season 19-J4.—The plans of steamers are now opon, and accommodation may bo booked. PttRsengars booked to Western Australia, South Aus tralia., New South Wales, and Queensland Ports. D. L. DOWDELTj, Branch Manager. 8 L2 COLLINS STREET. MELBOURNE.

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GIVE AND TAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

GIVE AND TAKE. (Mr. Cook Jed with an engine-wheel to Mr. Scaddan's eye when he stopped the sleeper contract. Mr. Scaddan countered with tsvo yards of iron rail when he stopped sleeper cutting in the West. Mr. Cook retorted with a stern, epistle in the shape of half-a-ton of ballast, whereupon Mr. Scaddun bounced a sleeper on his shoulder inscribed Stoppage of Kaljjoorlie to Perth Railway Transformation.) Mr. Scaddan (courteously).—"It's your move,"

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The Prohibitive Price of War. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

The Prohibitive Price of War. We are not reassured. The experts are now busy trying to convince us that peace is like ly to brood in the w&rld for many years, be cause war has become too expensive for even the richest nations. This does not satisfy us. The war between Germany and France was a rather expensive business, and the indemnity France paid was even more formidable ; but after being "ruined" by the terrible conflict Prance was able to stump up a sum, which if it had been spent in arms a year or two earlier might have enabled her to smash Germany, and exact a few millions recompense, instead of Paying them. If nations were reasrnable the crushing cost of war would deter them ; but war or no war the crushing cost goes on in the upkeep of tremendous navies and legions of soldiers. The nations knew pretty Well what war would mean twelve months ago : but that did not prevent the trouble in Tripoli, nor keep the small nations from falling upon Turkey, tooth and nail. The f...

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KEY NOTES A Visitor From the Zoo. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

A Visitor From the Zoo. Shocked by the news of the escape of a leo pard from Melbourne Zoo, the members of the Royal Zoological Society, sitting at Syd ney, were stung into taking immediate action for' the protection of themsolves. You see, many of the members of the society are Zoo officials, and Mr. Hull suggested "co-operation with a view to removing personal liability which attaches to members in the event of any damage being done by animals escaping from the Zoo." This should be a great corr-iort to I the public. The next man who finds himself in the clutches ede one of the larger carnivora taking a day off from the Zoo will be soothed by the knowledge that, whatever happens, the officials cannot be held personally responsible. Of course, every reasonable man will admit it is his owtn fault, in a measure, if he gets eaten by a Zoo. tiger. He should have been at home under the bed instead of prowling about when a Zoo tiger was at large. No m'an living in the precincts of a 'Aoo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. MONDAY is the Latest Day in each week for receiving alterations ot running advertisements.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

Cash for Happiness Take a Kodak with you on vour holidays, and you will have a (treat chance of win ning one of tiie prizeR in the Rreat KODAK £500 HAPPY MOMBNTS- COMPETITION— you may even win the first prize of £100. GET A "HAPPY MOMENT'* BOOK. Everybody should have a copy of "Happy Momtfits.'" the delightful little 'book of the Oomputition. It i« full of pictures, and it is free. Any Kodak dealer will eive it to yos. SCODAK (Australasia) LTD. (Incorporating Baker & Icoubc Prop.. Ltd.). ■ -THE BLOCK," 2S4 COLLINS ST.. MELBOURNE.

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PUNCH New Series MARCH 5, 1914. POSTAL RATES FOR PUNCH [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 March 1914

MARCH 5, 1914. POSTAL RATES FOR PUNCH To foreign countries the postage on newspapers is—For 4oz. or under, Jd. ; for each additional■2oz. or under, id. To the United Kingdom, Id. up t| Soz. : Soz. to lOoz., 2Jd. ; «verv additional 2oz. Jd. If sent wholly by sea, and not more than one newspaper in each wrapper. Id. for 16oz. Thiswtek the postage on "Punch" to tho United King'doiu is 2£d.; but if sent wholly by sea (wrapped singly, Id., and to foreign countries, 2Jd. To any of the Australian States, New Zealand. Fiji. British Ncvv Guinea, and N'ew Hebrides, id. All business communications, advertisements, etc.. should be addressed to The Manager, "Punch." Allred Place, Collina Street, Melbourne. On no account should correspondents address com munications intended for the paper to members of the staff personally. The Editor will always be glad to receive from Amateur Photographers pictures of Australian land scape aoonery. MSS. or skotches cannot be returned unless stamps are enclosed....

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