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SYDNEY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

SYDNEY SOCIAL. From London, early in the week, came the news of the marriage o£ Miss Florence Quinn, who was well, known in Sydney and Melbourne as a songbird before- she left some y,ears ago to study with IVIme. Blanche Marchesi. Miss Quinn married a Mr. Chelow Grey, a wealthy English man, and as soon as they had toured through England in a motor car the newly-wedded pair intended settling in St. John's Wood, .London. At the reception held after the wedding cere mony, there were many Australians to be seen among the crowd. An engagement has just been announced be tween Miss Dorothy Sternberg, who is the younger daughter of Mr. S. Sternberg and the late Mrs. Sternberg, with Mr. Leslie Ronald Benjamin, son of the late Sir Benjamin Benja min and Lady Benjamin, of East Melbourne.. The day for ihe wedding ceremony has not yet been divulged. Miss Dora Pope and Mr. George Marick, who. announced their engagement a few months ago, have now given out that the wedding will be celebrated early...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

All Over Face, Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Not Suffered with It Since, Also Cured Husband and Daughter of Sores. 35 Susan St., Annandale, N. S. W.—"I used to suffer terrible agony with a scurfs itching all over my face, especially in sum mer. I was told by a friend to try Cuticura Soap and Ointment, which I did, when I found my face getting better after using one cake of Cuticura Soap and a little Cuticura Ointment. I have not suffered with it since. I always used the Cuticura Soap for the baby and he has a lovely skin, also to keep my own skin nice and clear, and always recommend it to my friends. "My husband had about six or seven large sores for which he tried ointments from the chemist, but they would not heal. I told him to put some Cuticura Ointment on them. He did so, and they were better in about a week, so we always use it now. My little girl scaklcd her finger and there was a large sore, nearly the size of a shilling, coming and spreading. I was afraid blood poisoning...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN THE BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS TALK OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

TALK OF THE WEEK. Perhaps if some prophet were able to calcu late the number of voxes which the Labour Party is going to lose through its amended tram fares the Ministry might ijnd it conveni ent suddenly to discover that there were better and simpler means of- obtaining more revenue. If ever there was a piece of rash, hasty, and •ill-coms'i'dered legislation, it is ''.his new enact ment of the Labour Government. The problem of obtaining more revenue from the city trams is one fcvhich a schoolboy could solve. All that it is /necessary to do is to shorten the sections. On the lines which at present are composed of three sections, four siioulii be established. Where there are four the numb-jr .should - be in creased to five or six. In this wav the burdciir would be distributed evenly ;md fairly over the whole of ( the travelling public; but the Govern1 ment proposal loads the whole . of the increase on to a small section, and a section which is le ist aib-le to pay the increased tax. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Toilet Hints, Reasonably priced goods of the highest, grade aro manufactured by Chemist CHESHIRE & CO., 112 Elizabeth St., Melbourne (opp. J. M*Swan's). SHAMPOO GRANULES, for the hair—1/3 ; posted. 1/6. CREME HELENE, to brighten the complexion— 2/6 ; posted, 3/. DERMO BALM, a. non-grcasy complexion cream— • 2/ ; posted, 2/3. SCURF and DANDRUFF LOTION, an excellent scalp cleanser—1/6 : posted, 1/9. BAY RUM AND BITTER APPLES, a splendid tonio hair dressing—1/6 ; posted, 2/. SIRENTS'_ BLUSH, a very natural-looking, harmless sltin tint—1/6 ; posted, 1/9. DEPILATORY, a simple and effective remover of superfluous hair—1/6 ; posted, -1/9. EYEBROW AND EYELASH PROMOTER—2/6 : posted, 2/9. EYEBROW STAIN, black or brown—2/6 ; posted. 2/5'. ■ CHESHIRE & CO. will forward a list of other Toik-t Goods -with each order. If" three or more lines are ordered together, postage need not be added. A Simple Recipe for Removing Freckles. Exposure to sun often causes freckles, but thes'i blem...

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LOAN EXHIBITION OF OLD FURNITURE, SILVER AND CHINA AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

LOAN EXHIBITION OF OLD FURNITURE, SILVER AND CHINA AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE. The opening ceremony of the Loan Exhibition of Old Furniture, Silver and China at Govern ment House on Tuesday afternoon was a very brief one, His Excellency the Governor-General and Lady Danman both "spoke. The large crowd present then separated to view, the thousands of interesting and valuable exhibits. Her Ex cellency, whose particular hobliy is antique fur niture, was. with Mr. Gordon Lyon, largely re sponsible for this section. Mr. L A. Axlani fJon's particular department was the silver, whilst Mrs. Colin Templeton and Captain Ber tram Chambers presided over the arranging of the priceless china. The proceeds of the Exhi bition will he eiven to !ht ^rts and C'raft-s Society and the trustees ot the Melbourne Repertory Their Excellencies Lord and Ladv Denman have been most, generous in lending their valu able possessions to"4 help the Loan Exhibition. One interesting exhibit lent bv his Excellency is an oak a...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

SICK-ROOM DINNA FORGET that in the Sickroom **Q~l 11'' is an invaluabl<J^®jf. Every nurse knows its wonderful virtue as a restorative; every sufferer gratefully, acknowledges its fra grant efficacy in times of stress and pain- "4711" is a .boon and blessing no sick room should be with out. "4711" is made from the original recipe. Its strength and lasting fragrance are without an equfd. All Chemists and Perfumers throughout the world sell "4711." Sole Agents • lor Aus tralasia : ■ JULIUS BLAU & SON, LTD.,. Sydney, Melbourne, and Auckland, N-Z For For EASTER SEASON just opened a small number oi Woollen sports' cuss In the- latest style, with Cap and Scar! complete. Spceiai value. 21 f~. Variety in Woollen and Pure Silk, from 27/G to 5' 2ns. Also, DAINTY NINON. OREPE DE CHINE, and NET BLOUSES at Most Moderate Prices. lAV'S Pty-Ltd 9fail &J (MRS. THC THOMPSON). 5 CENTRBWAY. COLLINS ST. M.ow&t "Wise Private Hospitals MERCER ROAD. MALVERN. SURGICAL, MEDI...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

MR. JOHN B. THOM TO MISS EDMANSON. The wedding of Mr. John Bernard Thom, elder son of Mr. John Thom, of Harpenden, Harts., England, and Miss l'oppy Edmanson, eldest daughter of Mr. It. A. Edinanson, of "Wetwang," Elsternwick, was very quietly cele brated on March 28th at All Saints' Church, St. Kilda, by tihe Rev. Mr. Zercho. After the ceremony a few relatives partook of wedding luncheon at the Vienna Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thom left by the ICat.oomba for their honey moon. On their return they will reside in Malvern.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

W+ED DINGS j\IR. E. W. PIKE TO MISS J. SMETHURST. The marriage of Mr. Ernest William' Pike, eldest son of Mr. William .John Pike, of ."Mapphylla," Geelong, and Miss Jessie Smet hurst, youngest daughter of Mr. James Smet hurst, of Richmond Terrace. Richmond, was celebrated at St. Stephen's Church on March 25th. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. E. Lamblc, assisted by the Rev. A. B. ! Tress. During the service a solo was rendered by Sir. Alfred Lee. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. Norman Sinethurst, was gowned in a handsome gown of white duchesse satin, the bodice and tunic of silk Spanish lace. The long (rain was lined with shell-pink and finished at the end with true lovers' knots. The bride was followed by Miss Violet Matthews, who wore a pretty frock of ivory crepe de chine trimmed with swansdown. A bouquet of pink carnations was carried. L/ittle Phyllis Pike and Hilda Dickason acted as trainbearers, and wore dainty frocks of soft pailette silk, and carri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

falic® Hotel, SYDNEY'S rjCTn © m a-HP1 Wifs§i s lay Beautiful Harbour Views. Unsurpassed Accommodation. Moderate Tariff. The Hotel has recently undergone Extensive Up-to-date Alterations. For particulars, write to the Proprietor, L. PAULSEN (Late Captain North Coast Steamers). TattersaSS'i Hotel,. Pop SKoellont SYDNEY, Aooommodaflon. evepythlng Up-to-Date Write or 'phone for particular!. MANAGER. Tela.—City 728. and Central 1938. The MARBLE BA<R nttao^vd la «ha kviitoMi, ba? ty AviftivASaaSa.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

For indigestion anrfl Biliousness. ▲ MILD APERIENT FOR uaoxbfs awd cmwm.

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GREENROOM GOSSIP. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

GREENROOM QO88IP. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' (Cfunberwell-).*-" Alias Jimmy Valentine" "at the Royal on 24th February, 1912. "L.S.A.'' (Brahran).—Don't know it. "Rienzi" <' (City).—3. Miss Frances Ross, Miss Rennie, Walter Baker, Tom Cannam, and Law ren"e Hardinge were some of the principals, but •Miss Erris was not in the cast. 2. No, thank > you. The season of the "Within the Law" Com pany ' at JlviPel'bloiirne Theatre Royai With • "Madame X" will he a brief one only. Fred Niblo 'and Josephine. Oolian will follow iwith the first production in Melbourne of "Officer ff.66," the comedy of laughs, thrills, and sur prises. • An engaigement of some interest in London theatrical circles is that of Cicely. Courtneidge, only daughter of actor-manager Robert Court neidge, to Jack Hulbert, a musical comedy actor who has been appearing with his intend ed in various shows. He is a Cambridge un dergraduate, and has been lately, enacting a part in "The Pearl G-irl" at . the Londo...

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Sydney Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Sydney Shows. —Her Majesty's Theatre. "The Forty Thieves." —Theatre Royal. "Joseph a$d His Brethren." —Tivoli Theatre. Rickarde'B Tivoll Company. —Adelphi. "East Lynne." —Criterion. "Never Say Pie." —Palace Theatre. "The Land of Nod."

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Miss Trigg, Domestic. HER ROMANTIC ATTACHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

(F Miss Trigg, Domestic. By Silas Suell, -J HER ROMANTIC ATTACHMENT. Minnie was in the employment o£ the Flohms, of Scolield-road, Bloom, when she iirst met Mr. Willie Peterson. Blofom, as you know perfectly well, is d.n eminently respectable suburb much frequented by the Cohens, tne Isaacs, the Moseses, the' Hogg steins, the Ochheimers and other representatives of the lost tribes that are now very, well found. Bloom stands for much money to the square inch, and its somewhat ostentatious red villas give it the suggestion of a scarlet fever pa tient from a height ; but as few people aero plane or take the breeze in balloon!;, few have noticed this pathological peculiarity. The Flohms were affluent, but not extrava gant. Israel Flohm was, in fact, a cautious man with money, and walked on his instep to save his heels ; but Mrs. Flohm was a fat, motherly body, who did not cut oil the ser vant's butter too near the hem, was not exact ing in the matter , of oft hours, permitted some socia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

"I can work for hours, since ! began wearing Fits-U Spectacles Before that I never knew what comfortable eyesight really meant. The Toric Lenses make a lot of difference also." Would you like to have us explain the Toric Fits-U eyeglasses and spectacles to you ? ALFRED NOTT, OPHTH£LP?£AN, Only Address -145 Collins St., Melbourne, Corner BusboII St.. opp. Seote' Obwefc. Phone 2684 Centra].

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

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THEATRE ROYAL "PREMIERE." [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

MRS. T. J. SUMNER LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF "THE SUMNER HOSPITAL." THURSDAY, 19th MARCH. "The Sumner Hospital" has been presented bv Theoditus John Sumner and Sarah Sumner to the Old Colonists' Association of Victoria, and is beinp. erected at the Homes, Rushall Crescent, Morth uitzroy. THEATRE ROYAL "PREMIERE." Great applause greeted Mr. and Mrs. Harry PI" .mmer, Miss Beatrice Day and Miss Lizette Parkes as they took their seats in the mana ger's box at the Theatre Roval on Saturday nigiht, 28th March, at the first production of "Madame X." It was a crowded audience, and amongst the number present were—Mr. Justice and Mrs. A. I. Isaacs, Miss Lesley Madden, Mrs. G. R. Davidson, Dr. and Mrs. II. Hewlett, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Clarke and Mrs. Thomson. Miss Henderson, Miss Mabel Daniell, Miss nilda Daniell, Mr. and Mrs. F. Compton Forrest, Mrs. Pleusance. the Misses Pleasance, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fleas ance, Mr. Edmund Jowett, Mrs. Ii. A. Bdman son, Miss Rene Edn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

NURSES of Large Experience recommend Clemerts Tome NURSE CATHERINE KORTING. of 176 Davis Street, Brunswick, Victoria, writes as follows (29/2/12): CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "in January last year, my daughter was operated upon for appendicitis. She was eight weeks in hospital, and came home very weak. I gave her Clements Tonic. It strengthened her nerves, she was as well as I could wish her before long. Years ago I used it as a nurse, and have recommended it times out of number. I have seen people restored to health and bless the day they heard of it It never failed to do good (Signed) CATHERINE KORTING. Never be without this medicine if run down, with Weak Nerves. Bad Digestion Poir Appetite, or Constipation it puts the human system in order rapidly. All Chemists and Stores Sell it Everywhere.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

A DYSPEPTIC'S LiJbE SAVJLD, SEVER,E PAIN AND SICKNESS FOR MANY YEARS CURED BY A SIMPLIO ANTACID. NEIGHBOURS SAID LIE WAS A DYING MAN. Chronic indigestion awl sickness after food and severe pains were all quickly cured by a very simple remedy in the casj of Mr. R. Savi gan, 11 Gloucester-street, Barn.irdtown, New port, Man. In a letter referring to her hus band's illness, Mrs. Savigan writes :—"He did not know what it was to eat a meal without it coming back," which appears to have been his condition for a considerable tiin3, until his wife, while reading a ladies' paper, saw ordin ary bisurat-rl nngnesia rceommtend'ul for indi gestion, and obtained a small quantity so that her husband might try it. A few doses ^ave Mr. Savigan great relief, and before he had finished the first supply the trouble was prac tically cured. To use Mrs. Savigan's own words : "lie can eat his food, and is looking: splendid, and can do his work—in fact., all: the people about here look at him, for they" all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Fit "GAULOIS"—the Non-Stop, "More Mileage Tyre." 11 Lvt/\TA7 XT fkatr ovo Kotfov wllAll ITOll IfhOW £. AH A&1UVT ** MAjr H1V/J UIV how they are made. ^SK for a copy of ''Gaulois Tyres in the Making"—a little booklet which traces the history of " Gaulois" from Latex (which is the juice of the rubber tree) to the Finished Product— which is the Perfect Tyre. Post Free on Request. lurae y SYDNEY: ADELAIDE: LAUHCESTON: Aberdeen House, 204 Clarence St. Phcenix Motor Co., 114 Pirie St. Harrison Bros., 20 Patterson St.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Pauline et Cie, THE CBNTREWAY COLLINS ST. Are now holding their FIRST SHOW of Autumn and Winter Models SECOND FLOOR, CENTREWAY. Tel. (>4GH.

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