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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

Engagements. An engagement Ts announced between Cr. Joseph. Waximan, J.P., ex-Mayor of Brunswick, and CVIfiss Oohen, .ex-Mayoress of Brunswick, youngest daughter of Mr. 11 avid Oohen, of "Boho," Mitchell-street, P.runsv/ieic. An engagement is announced between Mr. Norman William Towns, third sou of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Towns, Grace Park, Hawthorn, and Miss Mabel (Mab) Alice Pierrynum, only daugh ter of Mr: and Mrs. Frederick .James Berrvman, of Morang-road, 'Hawthorn. An engagement is announced between Mr. B. Pender-Smith, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Pender-Smith, of Tasmania, and Miss Gwladys Irene Alexander. eldest oaiTghter of Mr. Arthur Alexander, of Soudan-street, Malvern. An engagement is. announced between Miss Vera Palfrey, -second-'daughter-of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Palfrey, of South Yarra and 317 Little Collins-street, Melbourne, and Mr. William Holmes, third * son of Mr. and ?\Irs. James I-Iolmes, of Harrogate, late of Huddersfield, England. An engagement is announced between Miss...

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Approaching Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

Approaching Marriages. The marriage of Mr. Walter -J. Moore and Miss Ilse Watkinson, daughter of Mrs. Watkinson, of " Mandeville Hall," Too rak, has been arranged to take place on Wed nesday, 11th February, at St. Stanislaus' Church, Toorak-road, Toorak, and afterwards at Mandeville Hall. The marriage of Miss Irene Browne, only daughter of Mr. Russell Browne, of the Public Works Department, with Mr. Horace J. White, of the Esplanade, Brighton, is arranged to "be quietly celebrated at St. Clement's Church, Elsternwick, on Wednesday evening, 4th Feb ruary, at 8 p.m., and afterwards "Pen-y. Cryn," Coleridge-street, St. Kilda. The marriage of Miss Ethel Brewster, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Austin Brewster, oi "Cooinda," Ulupna-road, Ormond, and Ml. Norman Everett, of Wahroonga, Sydney, is ar ranged to be quietly celebrated at the Austra lian Church, Flinders-street, on IOth February. Mrs. Clarence Hughes (Miss Elsie Swanson), of "Maranui." Hotham-street, East St. Kilda, will be "at ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

WHERE TO GO. See Inside Front Cover. AMD O = DURABILITY 1 I "OSMAri" GIVES AN AIR OF COMFORT a REFINEMENT TO TMEMLEMPmQ KOO&I. ova cam* M •• everv wv® v&nsm. ©feaaEsaofeS^ <?&®m ILL I8IB 0HPIB8 m SUNBURN Give* a lot of trouble to some people, especially to those who are unaccustomed to exposure, and who have sensitive skin. It badly caught, we soon know that relief must be obtained. The best remedies are Eau do Benzoin and Dcrmo-Balm. Dab on Eau de Bjnzoin several times a day. and anoint with Dcrrao-Balm at night. If the skin is puffy or blistered, a cream .of zinc and calamine, freshly prepared by your chemist, should be applied freely for a day or two, covered with thin bandage, and after the worst is over continue with Dermo-Bulm. If the skin is merely tanned (discoloured i. the quickest remedy is Malvina Skin Tonic. Apply daily, with night massage of Dermo-Balin. The remedies are all obtainable at the following cost :—Eau de Benzoin, 1 /G and 2...

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ALBERT PARK REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

MEET TNG .OF THE HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. iMR. It. BALL, PRESIDENT). THE CREW OF THE YACHT "S.J.S.," CAMPED ON SWAN ISLAND. THE "HUMPTY-DUMPTYS- GAMP AT FRANKS!1 ON. the "silent workers" camp at carrtjm. MR. AND MRS. GEORGE DUNCAN= Of Ihornton, East St. Kildu, who celebrated their di&monci wedding on 23rd January. They were married in 1854 at St. Mark's Church of England, Fitzroy, uy xne jxev. uames a. uiowes. THE NEW PREMISES OP STOTT'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, ONE DOOR FROM COLLINS ST., IN RUSSELL ST. AN IMPOSING AND COMMODIOUS. ADDITION. TO MELBOURNE'S EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. STOTT'S OCCUPY' THE WHOLE BUILDING. albert park regatta. The fourth annual Albert Park Lake Regatta was held on Foundation Day, Monday, 26th January. The committee and secretary (Mr. P. J. G. Maher) must be congratulated upon the wonderful improve ments in the surroundings, sinro last year's regatta. A sloping lawn has been laid down, and on this rows of comfortable deck chairs were arranged. An asphalt ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

VleeoMe&al Plop lata, 99 SWANSTON STREET. BON VOYAGE BASKETS 01 BOUQUETS «ent to BOAT or TRAIN. Specialty—BASKETS lor SALOON TABLES.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

TUB BRIDE—MISS NANCY GR1CE, Whose marriage with Mr. A. Howatson was cele brated at St. James the Less Church of England, Mt. Eliza, Frankston, on 21st January, and after wards at "Moondah." A full leport of this wedding appeared in last week's "Punch" (22nd January). MR. AMD MRS. JAMES GRICE, Taken at "Moondah" the day of their daughter's wedding. The return of the Julius Knipht Co. was wit nessed by a crowded house. Their Excellencies the Governor-General and Lady Denman were present with a large party, including Lauy Harris, the Hon. Alicia Kuatchbull-IIUResson, Sir Walter and Lady Rnrttelot, Lord Richard .N'cvill and Captain Cur wen. The Vice-regal party occupied two boxes. Opposite to them sat Colonel Wilson, D.S.O., who '- BRIDAL GROUP OP THE MARRIAGE 01 Standing.—Miss J. Howatson, Mr. C. Grice, Bridegroom. Bride, E. Grice. Miss M. Lillies, Mrs. J. Howatson. Miss Mona Gre i1 MISS NANCY GRICE '-VITH MR. A. HOWATSON. Mr. Jack Howatson, Miss V. Lillics.Mr. Geoff. Grice. Sitting.—M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

SUITES and ROOMS now available at "DE COMET," EAST ST. KILDA, in connection with ''CLOYNE." MRS. PENDER, late ol "Toorak House." 'Phone 2225 Windsor. Tel. 8790, Ceateal. A. L. CRICHTON, Caterer, Masonic Hall, Collins St., Melbourne. Factory—KENSINGTON. Hiffh-clHOB Catering Reaulolteu on Hire.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

FARMER'S, SYDNEY. The House of Distinction, THE FASHION CENTRE OF THE COMMONWEALTH. The trend of . modern merchandising to make shopping both pleasant and profitable has been suc cessfully achieved by Farmer's. Farmer's, as it stands to-day. has ' been pro nounced to rival the best fashion houses of Europe, and undeniably it is TiJE LEADING FASHION HOUSE OF THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. Its tastefully furnished, naturally lighted • show rooms are fitted with the latest and most con venient appointments, and the courteous and efficient service is. a remarkable factor in. satis factory shopping. Farmer's renowned Pitt-street Windows, wherein are displayed the latest and most up-to-date Fashions, are famous for their artistic , displays. Farmer's Restaurant, Tea Room and Roof Garden. The woild has been laid under tribute to mako Farmer's Luncheon Hall, Tea Room and Roof Garden the finest in Australia. Here, 100 feet above the street level; one can partake of a sub stantial dinner in the Lun...

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MOTOR NOTES PALMER CORD [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

By "Magneto Sparks." A motorist says—"One must always expect to meet a fool on every comer, and drive correspond ingly." Never drive faster anywhere than at a : speed at which one can absolutely stop in half the aisT.finej one can see clear—i.e., inclusive of foe, .grease, earners, blocked road, etc. Never move from ".the driver's seat until the side brake is hard on. We aro all anxious to note the running cost of our cars, and it is a very simple method to jot down liacu week-end the amount of our purchases and sundries and the number of miles travelled. At the enl of six months we can easily add Tip tne account and. divide the total by number of miles. Items such as vetrol, oil and grease, repairs and replacements, sundries (tools and spare parts, etc.), tyres, tyre repairs, housing • and' cleaning car, driver's wages, insurance, license and tax ; such itt'iiis, alsj, as depreciation at, say, 20 per cent., and travelling expanses, may be set down as sepa rate item*, • out not incl...

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ALBERT PARK REGATTA. Held at Albert Park Lake on 26th January. JOHN CLEELAND, OF "THE ALBION [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

ALBERT PARK REGATTA. Held at Albert Park Lake on 2Gth January. AMONGST THE SPECTATORS. V^.r lJ h\im >" M' 'K 4 I * MERCANTILE MAIDEN EIGHT, (WINNERS) AND SOME SUPPORTERS. WARRNAMBOOL LADIES' ROWING CLUB FOUR. Miss Clothier, Miss Burke, Mr. Buchanan (Cox). Miss Hives, Mrs. Gill (Secretary), Miss Blevins. ALBERT PARK LADIES' ROWING CLUB FOUR (WJNNEItS). Miss Nagel. Miss Collier, Mr. Cowishan (Cox), Miss Ccippen, Mrs. M'Gregor (Sec.), Miss Connor. JOHN CLEELAND, OF "THE ALBION E. F.- The death of John Cleeland, which oc- curred at Phillip Island last Sunday afternoon, snaps one of the links with the past of Mel- bourne. In the 'fifties and the 'sixties of the last century there were few better-known figures in the city than "mine host of the Albion," John Cleeland. The Albion Hotel in Bourke- street was the central terminus in the gold- diggings days, and from its door started Cobb's Coaches to "the fields." These coaches, the stage coaches of those days were great red &nbsp...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

MR. J. POLACK TO MISS N. SHAPPERE. The Rev. Dr. Abrahams officiated on 20th Janu- ary at the marriage of Mr. Joseph Polack, younger son of Mr. A. Polack, of "Tring," St. Kilda, and Miss Nora Shappere. third daughter of Mr. Phillip Shappere, of "Elston," Armadale. The ceremony was performed in the drawing-room at "Elston." The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a lovely white satin gown, effectively draped with Honiton lace. A. veil of tulle was worn, and a sheaf of white roses carried. The bride was fol- lowed by the Misses Winnifred Shappere, Jenny Johnson, and Linda Phillips. They wore pretty lemon-coloured satin frocks, made with short tunics of ivory lace, finished with scarf sashes of lemon. A dainty arrangement oi tangerine tulle was worn in the hair. Miss Phillips, who was in white silk crepe. set with lemon chiffon roses, wore a lemon tulle bow in ner hair, and a sash same shade. The bridesmaids carried handsome bouquets of tiger lilies, and wore gold signet rings...

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MR. C. LEVY TO MISS A. C. ACKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 29 January 1914

MR C. LEVY TO MISS A C ACKLAND. The wedding of Mr Clarence Levy, fifth son of Mr and Mrs Charles Levy, of "Richmond House," St James's Park, Hawthorn and Miss Amy   Constance Ackland, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs J N Ackland, of "Minnawarra", Glenroy, was   celebrated on Thursday, 22nd January, at St Matthew's Church, Glenroy, by the Rev Mr Slade. The church was very artistically decorated by girl friends of the bride. The chancel had a background of lattice screens, grouped with clusters of the stately agapanthus blooms and feathery foliage. The initials of the bride and bridegroom were set in the decorations on each side. Overhead was a floral wedding bell and a large true lovers' knot. The service, which was choral, opened with the hymn, "How Welcome was the Call", which the choir chanted as the bridal party entered. While the register was being signed they sang "0 Perfect Love" and as the bride and bridegroom left the church "The Voice that Breathed o'e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

May be visited by PIMPLES or BLOTCHES, or you may notice that a scratch or cut or I other skin blemish takes unduly long to heal I; and disappear. Then i " Your Blood is out of order,'' I i f AND YOU NEED A DOSE OF E. the reliable BLOOD PURIFIER and FAMILY MEDICINE. Sold In packets ,at 3d., 6d., and 1/. Cheap enough, surely I MERCER ROAD, MALVERN. SURGICAL, MEDICAL, and MIDWIFERY. MISS ILMA TOOMATH, SISTER STELLA WALKER. Tel.. Malvern 1435. Pauline et Cie, THE CENTREWAY, COLLINS ST. Half- Yearly 'Half-Guinea Sale Commencing on WEDNESDAY, 28th JANUARY. MILLINERY, BLOUSES^ TRIMMINGS, &c. SEOOND FLOOR, CENTREWAY. Tel. <546*5. Woman's Sphere.

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THE CONTINUED POPULARITY OF THE TRANSPARENT SLEEVE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

THE CONTINUED POPULARITY OP THE TRANS PARENT SLEEVE. For theatre, restaurant, and dinner wear, the long sleyva of some transparency has found a sure position in the scheme of dress, and among the very latest deuces in this connection are narrow bracelets of fur, deep ruffles of the transparent tulle, chiffon, or whatever composes these sleeves—falling over. the hands. THE GIBSON BLOUSE AND POCKETED SKIRT. The Gibson blouse is softly drawn down, with a hem or pleat closing- The neck is open, or hitch, with an attached turn-down collar, or with a neck band for wear with separate collars. Either of two styles of lull-length- sleeve or shorter sleeve ia sewn in in mannish fashion. The two-piece skirt ia very, smart, suitable for-loosely woven woollen and cotton materials. It . is made in clearing length, with a slightly raised waistline, and finished with a waistcoat belt. REVTV.AL OP THE WAISTCOAT. We are promised an artistic adjunct to our cos tumes in the autumn, in the shape of a wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

Two Mexona Girls from New Zealand " I have used your Rexona Medicated Soap for my two children for some time, and as a toilet and bath soap I must say that I greatly prefer it to the many other varieties of similar articles, for the following reasons : It is much more beneficial f growth of hair and giving it a soft, silky feeling, and glossy appearance that I hap^not'(flowed in more expensive articles," writes Mrs. W. M. Smith, 25 Bowen Street, Dunedin, N.Z v'*$i?or any skj^% irritation, such as pimples, cuts and scratches, it is a quick and certain remedy. I jior th complexion it has most remarkable virtues at all times, and under the most adverse coftfirkMm^tg'eps the skin soft, cool, iresh-looking, and with the healthy tint so much sought after. I consider your Rexona Medicated Soap a most valuable addition to all family homes, and, in my own case, practically indispensable." The Rexona Habit A habit formed is hard to break. Bad habits are easily formed, but good habits can be a...

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

WEDDINGS • ' SYDNEY WEDDING. MR. 0. S. CORBETT TO MISS L. M. M'INTOSH. A wedding "of great interest was celebrated in St. Mark's Church, Darling Point, on 27th Janu ary. when Mr. Claude S. Corbett, eldest son of Mr. W! F.. Corbett, of Waverley, was married to Miss Lily May Fowles M'Intosh, adopted daughter of Mr. Hugh D. M'Intosh, oi the l'ivoli Theatre. The rh'Jrch was very prettily decorated with beautiful white li'ios, and suitable music was played by the • organist, Mr. Massie. Mr. Hugh D. M'Intosh ga^e the bride away. Her beautiful gown was of white satin meteor, the corsage partly veiled in tulle and Brussels lace and finished with ropes of seed pearls. The skirt was made with three-tier tunic .effect iu Brussels lace, the lower part being draped to give the new narrow effect at foot, through a transpar ency of iulle and lace. The light and dainty effect was still retained in the court train of gauged tulle, Artistically festooned with the same real lace and caiigut with daint...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

g WILL MAKE DELIQ10U3 S'KUIT CORDIALS a< one third the usual cobU 6d. bottle (enouph for one and n.-half hottles of Cordial) posted free on receipt of Gd In stamps, the name of this paper and the namu of your grocer. C. M. BROOKE & SONS. SOUTH MELBOURNE, makers' of the famous "Lemos" Suuash and Co(Tfi« Essence. : ( „. Ml Keep a drop always handy. .. ■:...". mkmii A man is judged bylhe Company he keeps!" "" Sis MARTELLS— c& HeS all right!'

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LIVE STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

LIVE STOCK MABKETS. Fut Sheep.—Prime crossbred withers from 18/0 to 20/, extra 21/ to 2-1/, pood 16/6 to 18/, sec onds from 1 o/, nrime crossbred ewes 15/ to 16/6. extra IS/ to 21/9. good 13/ to 14/6, otherSj/from Ki./, prime merino wethers 1 (5/ to 17/6, cxtnT" 18/ to 2.0/3. good 14/ to 15/, second from 11/, with merino ewes from 0/0 to 17/. Fat Lambs.—Prime lambs from 13/6 to 15/0, extra 16/ to 18/, few small lots to 21/, Rood ll/i> to 13/, others 8/6 to 11/. * * * * The Commercial Bank of Australia Limited has decided to wipe out the balance of the de posit receipts of the Special Assets Trust. The last baiance-shect of the bank showed this item at £3!).000. and its extinction now anticipates by a couple of years the obligation to achieve thai end. The process is to be. completed bv 31st March next The removal of this incubus will clear the way for a developmental pro gramme by the bank, should it be deemed wise to adopt that course.

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WOOL GRAIN AND PRODUCE. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

WOOL. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. TUESDAY-. Yesterday saw the beginning of the end of tho regular weekly wool Bales in Melbourne for the ieason, Hit- offerings representing a large number of grow.'id and districts. The catalogues showed a large proportion of crossbred, and re-classed lots wore itlri. numerous. Comeptition, however, was very keer, Continental bujers being more conspicu ous than of late. Values for all descriptions were fi.'.ly up to those of last week. At the Adelaide salts held on Saturday last, 3013 bales were sub emitted to a good attendance of buyers. Prices moved in sympathy with those in the oi-hcr States, good w.mls showing an advance of up to 5 per cent, as compared with the rates secured in Decem ber : 'jut inferior sorts were without improvement. Ir. tho Bradford tops market there was a better demand, with an advance of id. per lb., in most counts with the exception of super GO merino, which appreciated by }d. per lt>. inactivity has been tho dominant feature of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 5 February 1914

T F you want to BORROW MONEY, po to N.S.W. x Mont de Plete Co. Ltd., 74 Castlerea^h Street, 74, Sydney, or 215-217 Swanston St., Melbourne. EOSTACB BENNETT, General Manager. imiann&iiiLUifUAiMWUi fHE subtle details which elevate the expert cutter to a plane above the lesser lights are never more pronounced than in aaaaffii ■ m it m the W. & M. Suit At Five Guineas. They are obvious in the distinctive style of every garment, in the faultless accuracy of the fit, in the niceness of the finish. It is a careful attention to these finer points that has won for our house its wide reputation amongst the discriminating. New Mercery Fashions. A Choice Array of the Latest Ideas in Men's Mercery ^ J Hats, Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear, Hose, &c, SEE W1NPOW8. OPEN TILL 10 p.m ON FRIDAYS. W@©dis & Maasom For Dwlinctioe Character in Draco, Established 24 Years. 40-42 Elizabeth Street. (Cor. of Flinders —WINDMILLS""—' Alston's Hew Gearless Is the SIMPLEST WINDMILL MOT...

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