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MUSIC. Herr Gall's Piano Readings. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

By "Orfeo." Herr Gall's Piano Readings. On Wednesday evening, 18th March, at the Melbourne Town Hall, Herr Ed. Goll, the de lightful Bohemian pianist, who. now is a per manent dweller in our city, gava the first of a winter series of piano readings in the presence of a large and enthusiastic audience. ITorr Goll is nothing if not genuinely poetic in his read ings of the romanticists of the earlier part of the last century—-the classicists, we presume, of our, own day. For Schumann, the mystic, and Chopin, the exqfuisite, he has a peculiar predilection. On this occasion the larger sec tion of the programme was devoted to theior mer of these two masters. Opening with the famous Etudes Symphonic, with their over whelming variations, he invested them with a temporary existence of intense vitality rarely encountered. Set forth with inassiveness of techni'qiae, breadth and dignity, yet were they expressed with such exquisite minuteness of de tail that they were received with great satis f...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

A GREAT CURSE OF MBit Uric Acid Causes Dangerous Torturing Troubles when the Kidneys are Sick. There is .'no more serious danger to health than the presence of too much uric acid in the body. If uric acid troubles are recognised in the beginning it is easy to cure the weakened kidneys with Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and when the kidneys are working right again the uric acid will be driven off as fast as it gathers in the urine. The pains from uric acid attacks are characteristic; backache, sciatica, muscular or articular rheumatism neuralgia, lumbago, pains through the hips and groin, headache and nervous disorders. When sediment appears in the urine, and you begin to feel odd twinges of pain, the kidneys are not {doing their duty, and treatment with Doan's Backache Kidney Pills should be begun at once. What this remedy has done for others it will do for you. Are sold at 2/9 per bottle (six bottles 15/3) at all Chemists and Stores, or post free from Fcster-McClellan Co.. 76 Pitt ...

Publication Title: Punch
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. Dear "Boomerang,"—Bowlers arc cognisant of the fact • that-"Punch" stands up for the selection of Interstate teams on the right and proper lines, viz., absence of favouritism and individual merit. Can you • tell me, Sir, how it . " :j comes about that two to three Carlton men are always to be found in these teams ? Also, can you say why ex Carlton men in Messrs. Thompson, Wright, and others, who Lave gone over to other clubs, now have no chance of selection, even were they to nominate.? Can you tell n-e, as well, whether the president of the Victorian Bowling Association was at the meeting for the selection of the team for Brisbane, and whether—if "ne was—he was entitled to1, be- present ? I am given to understand that Mr. J.- C- Stewart was one of those ;who nomi nated for Brisbane. A glance at the team at onco shows that - he didn't receive due consideration. And there are others. It seems to me, Sir, that thcie's too much of the Carltonian flavour about this team,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

AN EASY WAY TO REMOVE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. For the benefit > of our lady readers who suf fer from the humiliating disfigurement of hair on face, lips or chin, we publish herewith a formula which has the advantage of being sim ple and inexpensive, as ..well as marvellously ef fective. It is not claimed by our informant that, one application will permanently destroy the hair roots, but it is claimed, and,, the claims are borne out by actual tests, that one application completely removes the hair, and its regular use, one or two days apart, will quickly and permanently destroy the hair root itself. If you have hair which you wish per menantly removed, ask your chemist to. mix drams Pulverised Sulthine concentrate with 2% drams Zinc Oxide P.IS., and i dram of F(D\vdered Orris Root, and put in a wide mouth bottle. For use, mix a little of the powder into a paste on a plate by .iddingi a few. drops of water. Apply with a narrow knife blade, and remove at the end of two minutes with the bj...

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

Engagements. An engagement is announced between Miss h nda A. Sejirll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Searll, of "Tyneholm," Dandenong - road, Windsor, and the Rev. E. J. Durance, L.Th. (Durham), Vicar of St. Peter's, Slmore. . An engagement is announced between Mr. James Murray, of Stawell, third son ot Mr. and Mrs. James Murray, of Ainoank, Ayrshire, Scotlandl and Miss Rona Martelli Syme, young est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. York Syme, '•'Tour Mont," Balwyn. An engagement is announced between Mr. Leslie Ronald Benjamin, son of the late Sir Benjamin Benjamin, of "Canally," Bast Mel bourne, and Miss Dorothy Sternberg, younger daughter of Mr. S. Sternberg, of Elizabeth Bay, Sydney. An engagement is announced between Mr. Charles ' B. . Holme, of Johannesburg, South Africa, younigpst son of the late Mr. ■ \V. and Mrs. Holme, of Maryborough, Queensland, and Miss Violet E. M. Sircom, twin daughter of Mrs. Sircoim, late of St. Kilda-st'-et, Elstem wick. An engagement is announced between...

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

Approaching Marriages. The wedding of Miss Marion Manifold, daugh ter of the Hon. J. Chester Manifold, M.H.R., and Mrs. Manifold, of "Tahndert,'1 Camper down, and Mr. P. G. C. Adams will l)e cele brated on 14th April. The marriage of Mr. Gerald Gregory, third son of Mr. E. J.,Gregory, Murchison, and the late Mrs. Gregory, and 'Miss Olive Peterkin, youngest daughter of Mrs. Peterkin and Uie late Mr. John Peterkin, of 'Glenlogie," Surrey I-Iill.s, is arranged to take place at Cairns Memorial Church, East Melbourne, on Wednes day, 15th April, and afterwards at the Pranca telli, Collins-street. Mrs. Joseph Polack will ho "at home" at 6 Bailey Avenue, Malvern, on Sunday and Monday, 5th and 6th April. Mrs. Clarence Levy (Mies Amy Ackland) will be "at home" to her friends at "Flinders," 3 Violet street, Essendon, on 2nd and 3rd April. Mrs. J. A. Wood, of "Glcncairn," corner Milton ar.d Soutney streets, St. Itilda, will be "at homo" on the fourth Thursday from April to November. Mrs. Edward...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

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

Coming Events. Notifications under this head are 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. 31st March.—Opening of the Loan Exhibition of Old Furniture, Silver, China, Textiles and Prints at Federal Government House. President, Her Excellency Lady Denman ; hon. treasurer, Lady Oreswell : hon. organising sec., Miss Mary Chom ley, 8 Bruco-st., Toorak. 2nd Aoril.—Grand Dahlia Show to be held in the Athenaeum Hall, Collins-st., from 2.30 to 10 p.m. To be opened by Her Excellency Lady Stanley at .3 p.m. Admission, 1/. '■4th April —Lady Stanley will open Garden and , ,TSjiit Fote, St. Kilda Town Hall, in aid of Aus " Hospital and Free Kindergarten Union of "V-ictoria in connection with Druids' Gala Exhi bition Fete. I0th: April.—Princess's Theatre, Good Friday Night, Vrand Musical Festival. Reappearance of Mr. ^/Pniiip Newbury, the great English Tenor. ' 10th April.—Auditorium, Good...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

REVEALS COMPLEXION SECRET OF THE SPANISH LAD'Y TELLS HOW THEY KEEP THEIR YOUTHFUL COMPLEXIONS, EVEN AT SIXTY "As a young girl," writes one uf our read ers, .'"I always had a nice clear and delicate . .—l^itjnted complexion, but on reaching the age > ipt'.'tfrhs^v it changed completely. The chilly '.* 'wiintfe^'winds and rain made my skin rough and * f^,ce used to burn and smar/> horribly ■j qfte^ thfe .slightest exposure to frost or cold. A. felt veyy worried to see the dreadful change that • wa/ taking place. About this time I sweat for, al jtfi'ip abroad, and while travelling in the of Spain became intimate with an elder »^"1y Spanish lady. Knowing1 'how proud the Spanish girls are of their lovely skin, and hoping she could help me, I told her of my trouble. She advised me to obtain two ounces of rose water, one dram tincture oi benzoin, and two ounces of ordinary flowers of oxzoin from the chemist, which, she said, I could mix myself, and after shaking well, apply it with a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

L. PEARL, Bigb-Chss Turrler (Under Distinguished Patronage).' Established HO years. 175-177 ELIZABETH ST. Opp. G.P.O. Just arrived Irom London, Paris, and Berlin. LATEST STYLES IN FUR COATS, STOLES, MUFFS. &c. SABLE, ERMINE, FOX, SKUNK, MUSQUASH, and Other FtiRS. All Goods Guaranteed True to Name. Tel. 5700, Control. A. Lf. CWCITON, Caterer, lylosoaie Hall, Collies St., Melbourne. Factory—KJSN SIN GTON. Hlgh-claon Catorlnjt Qoquiaitea _on Hlso.

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WELCOME TO LADY STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

WELCOME TO LADY STANLEY. A weieome was accorded to Lady Stanley by the Austral Salon oil Thursday, 19th March. Lady Stanley; who was attended by Captain Wilson, was firstly mot by Mrs. Quinnell, hon. sec., who pre sented her with a special programme. At the en trance door the members of the committee were "•athered to bid the distinguished visitor wclcome. Thev included Mrs. Thos. Baker and Mrs. J. A. B. Smith (vice-presidents), and the committee, Mes dames Isaacson, Iliffe, Theo. Anderson. Madame Zaoutti and Mrs. Horatio Webb (hon. treasurer), tho Misses Shaw, Lynch and Lucy Mackay. The president of the Salon (Lady Madden) met Lady Stanley at the top of the room, and presented her with a bouquet of Pink roses and hydrangea, tied with the Salon colours. Lady Stanley was gowned in an exquisitely designed frock of soft grey satin charmeuse, made with a basque of silver tissue. Into the waist-line was introduced a touch of rich pink, .the same colour being used with the tissue in' the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

A SIMPLE CURE FOR INDIGESTION. HOW A READER ORTACN'KD WONDERFUL AND IMMEDIATE RELIEF PROM AN ORDINARY ANTACID. Sufferers from indigestion will be interested in a letter written by Mr. ) I. Cuddeford, 60 George-street, Euston-road, London, who, hav ing suffered,- terri'bly from stomach trouble, quickly cured himself by a simple remedy. Mr. Cuddeford writes :—" ... I have suffered .with indigestion and constipation for over five years, and it has been getting worse every year. For this last twelve months I have suf fered dreadful pain. I have been attending a doctor for three years, hut 1 got no better. 1 have also been attending Middlesex Hospital, still I got no better. Food I dare not touch. I (began to get properly nin down. I could noti' continue my work. I tried remedies of every kind, but of no use. In fact, I often wished myself dead. .1 was looking at a paper one day, and I saw bisurated magnesia recom mended for 1 indigestion and stomach • troubles, r,o I thought I would 'tr...

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How to Clear the Complexion. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

How to Clear the Complexion. If anyone with a sallow, blotchy, wrinkled, or pimply complexion will only take a little trouble in following tl.e directions here given, they will End a marveilous improvement in their complexion. Get some Pudtol Wax from the chemist or draper, and applv at night. Lap a little cold water ten times upon the face every morning, allowing it to get thoroughly round the closed eyes. The treat ment undoubtedly accounts for many of the clear complexions so much admired by those who do not yet know the secret. See that you get the right kind; it will not injure the most delicate com ilexions. ment of the afternoon. Many valuable and useful presents were received. ...... Thoroughbred black-and-tan toy terriers are a rara avis in this country, and eagerly sought by feminine enthusiasts in the fancy. We have just seen a really fine litter, the darn being the beautiful little "Chica" and the sire the Grand Common wealth Champion, "Poco." The owner is the well known...

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MR. C. E. DEAIKIN TO MISS C. M. CAMERON. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

MR. C. E. DfiAICIN TO MISS C. M. CAMERON; The marriage of Mr. Charles E. Deakin, son of the late J. 1'. Deakin, of Sheffield, England, - and Miss Catherine May Cameron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cameron, of "Glen Dhu," Croydon, Vic toria, was celebrated at Johannesburg, South Airiea, on 31st December.

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SYDNEY WEDDING. MR. M. W. BECKETT TO MISS G DE L'ORME. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

SYDNEY WEDDING. MR. M. W. BECKETT TO MISS G DE L'ORME. The marriage of Mr. Montague Walter Beckett, second son- ot Mr. W. J. Beckett, of North Finch ley, England, and Miss Glady de l'Orme, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph de l'Orme, of '.'Tiverton," Summer Hill, was celebrated at St. Andrew's Church of England, Summer Hill, by the Kev. Canon Vaughan on 14th March at 7.15 p.m. The ceremony was accompanied by a fully choral ser vice, Mr. P. Hollis presiding at the organ. The bride was given away by lier uncle, Mr. A. R. H. Ivi'ii?, anr! wore a gown of ivory, cashmire de soie, with tunic of silk shadow lace, trimmed with seel t earls. Her tulle veil was arranged with a wreath of jnsamine, and a bouquet of lilies of the Valley and jaisamine was carried. The bride was attend ed bv her sister. Miss Qivenie de L'Orme, who wore a shell pink marquisite, trimmed with brown skunk fur ; a pink tulle mob car> set with streamers was also worn and a bouquet of red roses carried. The bridegroom's g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

gpS I HE reason is inot far to seek, for we have, com T pletely reorganised our Corset Department under 11 expert advice, and the service we are able to J J give to Corset buyers is of a standard that has never previously been afforded in Melbourne. Furthermore, our stock is most complete in every way to cater for every kind of figure from the growing girl to the mature woman. Think of the pleasure of being able to buy a Corset that not only fits well and feels comfortable, but one that we guarantee will "wear" and give every satisfaction. HAHN'S Expert Demonstrator is in attendance daily, and ladies would do well to avail themselves of this opportunity of a chat with an undoubted expert, on what the modern Corset should be. Flexibility is the keynote of the New Figure, and HAHN'S 1914 Autumn Models accord with this admirable principle. EVEEY PAIS. IS GUARANTEED. MoSels for every type ®ff figure rang® from 6/11 t© £2 2/ • /;mv • -'U

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

Kugelmann's Pure Herbal Skin Soap, "BEAUTY'S AID." Free Sample Sent on Receipt ol Twopenny Stamp. Kugelmann's Puro Herbal Skin Soap may be ob tained at all Chemists, Drapers, and Storekeepers ] throughout Australasia at 2/6 per box ol three largo tablets. It not obtainable locally, send postal note or stamps ot any State, to the value of ?./ (including postage), when box will be posted per return mail. Sole Proprietors : H. E. KUGELMANN AND CO., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS nnd MANUFACTURERS. 106-3 KING ST., MELBOURNE ; PITT STREET, SYDNEY ; and at ADELAIDE and BRISBANE.

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SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

SOCIETY. His Excellency the State Governor presided at a m'aeting. of- the Executive Council on Mon day, and with Lady Stanley visited the Aqua rium, where they were cordially received by the trustees. On Tuesday His Excellency and Lady Stanley were present .at the Repertory Company's performance at tile Theatre Roya-. Yesterday Lady Stanley visited the Seamen's Union, and later in the afternoon was present at the Old Folks' '"at home" at the Exhibition Building. To-day and to-morrow the .State Governor will spend at the Camp of the 7th. E. A. Bri gade at Seymour. This evening Lady" Stanley will be present at the Repertory Company's performance of "Rutherford and Son." On Saturday Sir Arthur -and Lady Stanley will attend the opening of the Garden Fete at Queen's Park, Essendon. On Monday' His Ex cellency will preside at the r.nner to Dr. Maw son at-the Oriental Hotel, and oil Tuesday will open the Premiers' Conference. Lady Stanley will be present at the opening of the Confer ence, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

OFF The SPRING SEASON will ■Pfl soon, be in I W full swing 1 -IAPAN » TAKE YOUR PASSAGE NOW unrnii . i{ vou want t0 SECURE ACCOMMODATION bv the FAMOUS "N. Y. R." The NIPPON YDSEN TCAISHA Route for choice— easily BEST. SAILINGS (leaving Sydney noon) : KTTMANO MARU. APRIL 15. TANGO MARU. MAY 13. NIIvKO MARU, JUNE 10. For Rates, Freights, and ALL INFORMATION, apply BURNS, I'HILP & CO.. LTD., a/T no. ffcrpll-f.K SYDNEY. The Misses Montgomery, TEACHERS OF MODERN BALLROOM DANCING. SPECIALISING AMERICAN RAGTIME, TANGO and BOSTON. "WORANGA," E. MALVERN. Telephone 907 Malvern. Stylish Checks Nothing looks more TRIM OR SMART than the now SO FASHIONABLE BLACK AND WHITE and GREY AND WHITE CHECK SPlH SKIRTS. We have a SPLENDID STOCK as illustrated. BEAUTIFULLY CUT and FINISHED by English Tailors. A Useful Shape, With pockets and 3 buttons aa/a Price— 4&10 at foot. A StylisH Wrap down front and 2 buttons at foot. Price— Pattern* 22/9 GEORGES COLLINS ST. RONISCH PIANOS The World9&a...

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Fact and Rumour. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 26 March 1914

Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Chapman and their little son have returned from Portsea, and are at "Tolarno," Fitzroy-street, St. Kilda. Miss Frances Whitehead is staying with Mrs. Maidnvent (nee Shaw) at Barton .Station, near Ararat, and will not return to Melbourne until the end of the month. Mrs. Walter Steel came down from Warrah Stat)ion, N.S.W., last week,' to visit her mother (Mrs. C. B. Anderson) at Williams-road, South Yarra. Mrs. T. W. G-a'ggin left last Wednesday, 25th March, for Hobart, on a visit to her newly wedded daughter, Mrs. Rasil Crisp. Owing to the. difficulty of obtaining compe tent maids, Mrs. Rutter -Clarke has given up housekeeping for a time, and with her family has gone into residence at "The Towers," Lan ssll-road, Toorak. Mrs. Virgo leaves for a European tour by the Shropshire on the 4th of April. Her nieces, Miss Tal'bot Brett and Miss Cole, will accorn .pany her. Mr. 'and Mrs. W. F, Dou^all, of Mt. Franklin, have come to town, and are at present at the 'Occidental...

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