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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

& , Company's a gSoyaB [ftaal Steamers FOR MARSEILLES. PLYMOUTH, AND LONDON. MARMORA ... Feb. 24] MULWA ... MOT,DA VIA ... Mar. 10 MOOLTAN MEDINA Mar. 24 MOREA ... MONGOLIA ... Apl. 7 MALOJA .. Apl. 21 May 5 Mav 19 June 2 TASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON : Single ... Return ... £41/16/ to. £82/10/, £69/6/ to £123/4/ Further particulars obtainable at the Company's office, MELBOURNE: I4n COLLINS STREET. Encircle Her Finger Is with one oi the many beau i tiful engagement Rings H showing at C&tanach's. B Infinitely varied; "fexqui n site'settings;' guaranteed M quality ; moderate pricing I in every instance. The I tact that all the rings are H made in our own work | rooms makes Catanach's | ring values the keenest in I ; town. Come and see. No U obligation incurred by 'so 1 doing, Corner Lt. Collins Sti and Royal Arcade JVl e I b o u r n e ii.R.w. L.R.W. way CD Q. I ti iniw^r »S"tz. for Elegant Costuming and Dressmaking, including Parisian Models . Tailor^ Mades Day Gowns Evening...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

A skin can. be called "greasy" when it is ab normally oily and shiny. In such a case the complexion acquires by degrees a 'pasty and muddy appearance, and blackheads are a Ire quent accompaniment. The remedy is frequent washing in warm water with Valaze Soap and Voskpasta, and the application three or four times a .day of Valaze Liquidine, which has a direct influence on the pores, and, siimulating them, frees them of over-abundant accretion. In addition, Valaze Blackhead and Open Pore Cure should he used at night, followed by a slight application, by means of a hot towel., of Valaze Skin Pood, in accordance with special direc tions given for that purpose. Allowing the Blackhead and Open Pore cure to remain on for about a quarter of an hour before rinsing the face produces, more effective results. A suitable face powder for this greasy condition is Valaze Complexion Powder. Occasional steaming of the face with Val-azc Aromatic Herbs is important, and should be always fol lowed up wi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Engagements. An engagement is announced between Mr. Charles Edward Riigby, cHest soil of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rigfry, of "Ataoscelyn," Malvern, and Miss Annie Dalby, sldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dalby, of "Trevenen," Emu Park, Queensland. An engagement is announced between Mr. Alfred Leslie. Fowler, second son of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Fowler, of Albert Park, late of Corowa, N.S.W., and'*Miss Alice Panv, young est daughter of Mr. Jas. Parry, of "Brceon," Stawell. An engagement is announced between Mr. James Thompson Hoath, only son c» Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoath, of Daylesford, and Miss Edith Fedora Devenport, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Devenport, "Deswyn," Auburn.

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Approaching Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Approaching Marriages. The marriage of Captain Guy Roys Madden, son of His Excellency Sir John ."\Iadden, Lieu tenant-Governor of: Victoria, and Lady Madden, with Miss Doris M'Evoy, eider daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. M'Evoy, of "Cliveden Man sions," is arranged to be celebrated at "Oiivc den Mansions" on 10th March. The marriage of Miss Bessie Sovokiewich, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sorokiewich, of "Jaetta," Deakin-street, St. Kilda, with Mr. Leopold Schwarz, son of the late Mr. Max Schwarz and Mrs. M. Schwarz, of Parkville, is arranged to take place at the synagogue, Al bert-street, East Melbourne, on Wednesday, 4th March, at 3.30, and afterwards at the Masonic I-Iall,' Collins-street, Melbourne. The marriage of Miss Ruby Austin, elder daughter of the late Honourable tLdwin H. Austin, M.L.C., and Mrs. Austin, of "CoLvin slcy," i Sutherland-road, Armadale, and Mr. Linsley Smith, youngest son of the late J. C. Smith and Mrs. Smith, "Brookjyn," South Yarra, is arranged to take...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

When in doubt where to dine, always go to the "Francais." You will get satisfaction. Cafe Francais, 257 LITTLE COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE (Next Swanston Street).

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

MR. W.. MOORE TO MISS I. W ATKINSON. The marriage of Mr. Walter Moore, voungest son of Mrs. James Moore, of "Fitzroy House," St. Kilda-road, and Miss Ilse Watkinson,-only-daughter of MrR. M. Watkinson, of "Mandeville Hall," Too rak, was celebrated. at St. Stanislaus Church, Too rt-.k, by the Rev. Father Benson yesterday (11th February). A reception' was afterwards held at "Mandeville Hall." A full report of this' -wedding will appear in the next issue of "Punch." 'Most of the suburbs have within the last few vears built handsome brick buildings which arc called "The Creche." The first building of this kind, however, was erected in Collingwood, and at their first committee meeting of the year, held on 2Pth January, it was proposed, and unanimously o:\rried. that they would, have life governors. Therefore, every member of the committee< who do nates or collects the sum of £10, or gives tlieir valuable services for a certain period, may aspirr to that honour. With a view to ...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

with tooth powders or pastes can never, under any circumstances, preserve them from destruction. That follows from the simple fact that the localities which are most exposed to injury - the backs of the molars, the interstices between the teeth and the cavities in them, etc.—are exactly those parts which] remain untouched by powders or pastes. In consequence, mischief, once com menced in these places, advances undisturbed. But Odol, being a liquid, can penetrate into the minutest cre vices, arid, as it has a real antiseptic effect, lasting for hours, m' yn^uu wu.uiu.wwii' _ li'Tni-iffi arrests all fermentation processes which destroy the teeth. CHOICE GIFTS. LACES OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Large Assortment of DAINTY BLOUSES. Haud Embroidered and Trimmed with Irish Crochet. Great Variety of NECKWEAR. MISS A,. F. KELLY, ■■ 17« COLLINS STREET. Small and Edwards Buildings. Take Lilt Nsiff 31^33 Itei . Crepe IN ALL COLOURS, FROM ALL DRAPERS. Mademoiselle Feniggiset, HA1RDRESS2NG and FACE MASS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

The "Roslin5 (as plate) In Silk'Mixture, 52/6 ; in Mercerised, 35/ JUST OPENED SMART FLEECY WOOL COATS, With Collar and Belt at back, IN ALL SHADES, at 35/ OTHER MAKES FROM 21s. New Season's Goods Now Beingf Opened. PTY LTD., (MRS. THOMPSON), 5 Centreway, Collins St. Alexandre's Shadeine colours grey or faded hair Blonds, Light or Dakk Brown, Black and Auburn. Contains no lead, silver, mercury or sulphur. Absolutely harmless Will not burn or produce an unnatural tint, is permanent, wash able and free from grease. Medical certificate enclosed. Of all Chemists and Stores. Large bottle, 4/6. Trial bottle, od. Wholesale: ROCKE TOMPS1TT & CO./ .il-iV.' :.s.jj,T": ."....i HOME FOR WORN-OUT MOTHERS. Millionaire Carnegie has founded a home, in America, for worn and tired out mothers. In Australia, till something of the sort is estab lished, mothers should most carefully guard their health, especially at certain periods of their life. The Ladies' College of Health de votes itself spe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

MISS LILY M'INTOSH (MRS. CLAUDE CORBETT AND. HiLR BRIDESMAIDS. Left to right.—Miss Kathleen OnrbPtt, Miss Ada Helm ore. Bride, • * i 1 "* Miss Jessie M'Intosh. Miss Ida Corbett. / . 717^ MR. AND MRS. CLAUDE CORBETT (MISS LILY MTV TOSH). Whose marriage. was celebrated on 27th January at St. Mark's, Darling . Point, and afterwards at "lienoni." A full report of this wedding appeared in ' Punch" of 5th February. MR. AND MRS. HUGH D. M'INTOSH RECEIVING THE GUESTS AT "BENONI." Bibi Pasquali, of the Three Pasqualis, at the Opera House, has had the unpleasant experience of spending a night in a Russian, prison. While he was with his father's circus in St. Peters burg, the. young acrobat, who is a very head strong lad, defied his parents over some mat ters of business, and the result was a row in the hotel in which they were staying. The police interfered, and as none of the, Pasqualis could speak Russian, all their attempts at ex planation were taken no notice of, and Bibi, whom the author...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

MR,. KENNETH MANSFIELD NIALL TO MISS MARIAN GRIFFITH. A wedding of more than ordinary interest wan celebrated yesterday (11th February) at St. John's Church, Toorak, between Mr. Kenneth Mansfield Niall, elder son of Mr. James Mansfield Niall, pastoralist. Melbourne Club," and Miss Marian Helen Griffith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lucas Griffith (pastoralist), of "Marathon," Toorak. A full report will appear in our next issue. The bride, who was given away by her father, was beautifully dressed in lace of very fine texture and brocaded crepe de chine. The gracefully ar ranged bodice and draped skirt were of the shadow lace over shell pink tulle and the long court train of richly brocaded crepe de chine. A veil of fine tulle was most artistically arranged over a chapiet of pearls. Miss. Margaret Niall (sister of the bridegroom.) was maid-of-honour. Her dress was of lace and crepe -le chine. The bodice and tunic were of lace arranged in the newest design over crepe de chine, made...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

ME. A. GOLDIE TO MISS C. M. IIUNTER. A quiet but exceedingly pretty weddins: was cele brated at Burnewang Park Station, Elmore, on Tuesday, 3rd February, when thei Bishop of Bendigo, assisted by the Rev. E. J. Durance, performed the marriage ceremor.y between Mr. Alex. Goldie, of Campaspe Estate, and Miss Caroline Mary Hunter, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter, of Burnewang. The homestead was tastefully deco rated in honour of the event,, which was celebrated in the jresence of the immediate relatives of the bride and bridegroom. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a handsome costume of white crepe de chene, with lace bodice and tunic. A white tulle mob cap was becomingly worn. Slit wore the orthodox wreath and veil, and carried a shower bouquet, which, with a set of diamond ear rings, were gifts of the bridegroom. The brides maids were Misses Kathleen and Eileen Hunter (sisters of the bride), and Miss Joan Goldie (niece of the bridegroom). The Mioses Hunte...

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MUSIC. By "Orfeo." NEW MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

MUSIC. By "Orfeo." NEW MUSIC. From Messrs. Ohappell and Co. Ltd.. 235-- Flin ders-lane, Melbourne, we have received the' following new music'"The Blind Ploughman," song (with organ accompaniment ad lib.). Words' by Mar guerite Radclyffe-Hall, music by Robert Coningsby Clarke. No. 1 in U, No. 2 in D, No. 3 in F. Price, 2/ net. "The Sailing of the Dream Ships," song. Words by Herbert J. Brandon, music bv Raymond Loughborough. No. 1 in C, No. 2 in D, No. 3 in E flat. Price. 2/ net. "I Remember," song. Words by G. Ilubi Newcombe, music bv Robert Coningsby Clarke. No. 1 in D. No. 2 in F, No. 3 in G. Price, 2/. "Beside the Sea," song. Words by Marshall Roberts, music by Hermann Lohr. No- 1 in B flat, No. 2 in C, No. 3 in P. Price, 2/ net. "Laughing Love," valse. By Mon tagu Ring. Piano solo, 2/'. "Sunrise," valse. Pedro d'; Zulaieta. Piano bolo, 2/ ; full orchestra, 2/. "Love is Meant to Make us Glad" (No. 17<> ChhppeU's Vocal Library of Part Songs), arranged as a quartette ...

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SYDNEY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

SYDNEY SOCIAL. The Sydney Kindergarten Training ' College de cided to come out of a holiday recess, and was accordingly opened on Tuesday afternoon. Miss Dumolo, as president, betook "upon herself the task of welcoming stray guests, and Mrs. Clifford Newman and Mr. Boorman seized the opportunity to say numerous words on the sub ject of kindergarten "training in general and the iollegc in particular. After these preliminary details, the: more important function of con suming afternoon refreshment began, after which the guests wandered promiscuously round the building. Amongst the throng were discerned Mrs. G-. B. Robertson, Mrs. Walter Newman, Mrs. Robert M'Millan, Mrs. Dumolo, Mrs. Goldschmidt, Mrs. Mj'Laurin, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Boorman, Miss Ellen Desailly, Miss Zoe Ben jamin, Miss Campbell, Miss Margaret Harris, and Dr. Cole. The ever - youthful - looking Percy Hunter and his wife returned from Mount Kosciusko early in the week. While her energetic husband has been manfully, grappl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAWKER'S FLIGHT on the Caulfield Racecourse. SATURDAY, 7th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

? MR. HAWKER LANDING IN THE STRAIGHT AFTER HIS SECOND FLIGHT. WATCHING ALL THE MANOEUVRING WITH, ON THE TIP-TOE OF EXPECTATION. THE GREAT CROWD ON" TP LAWN £Np JN THE GRANDSTAND. MISS DIXON (ON LEFT) INTERESTED IN THE RESULT OP THE FIRST FLIGHT. HAWKER'S FLIGHT on the Caulfield Racecourse. .SATURDAY, 7th FEBRUARY'. A reappearance at the Opera House on Sat-;' urday last was Du Calion, the Loquacious Lad die on the Tottering Ladder. It was only luck,: and, as he puts it. "the exnanrii-ture nf m«nh coin of the realm," thai; enabled him to put on his act. It appears that showing in the open; at Adelaide did not improve his ladders. In fact, it ruined them, and the stage on which he works. The last few days he was there were frightffully hot, and every moment he thought that the two sides would part com pany with the rungs. When he arrived in Mel bourne on Wednesday he walked round town looking for somebody to remedy the defects. '"Everybody he approached was either too busy to undertake...

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CURRENT NOTES. Fly Up Or Fly Out. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

CURRENT MOTES. Fly Up Or Fly Out. Hawker compels the sleepy public spirit of the Commonwealth to do something about mili tary aviation. Everyone has known for a long time that the aviation school has been mud dled, that aeroplanes have been bought but not used, and that five aviators and mechanics have been on the Defence Department's salary list, but never on the wing. This has been very unfortunate and very disgraceful, but it has been nobody's business but the Defence Min ister's, who has been paid a good salary to push the public interests at the Defence De partment, and who has been left alone at his job. Hawker has made it impossible lor elec-. tors to let the muddlors m'uddle along any longer. Hawker stepped into the <:ountry with an imported machine, by no means superior— if the War Office is to be believe-1—-to the Aus tralian military aeroplanes. He put his biplane together, ran it out on a quiet Melbourne sub urban street, and within a week of his ar rival .was...

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IMPUDENT INTERVIEWS. OUR EARTHY AIRMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

| IV) PU DENT INTERVIEWS. OUR EARTHY AIRMEN. I "Will you tell the Minister for Defence that 1 the Impudent Interviewer desires speech with I him?" I The Minister came with some show of relec f. tance. He said he had nothing to say about \ anything. j "Then be so'good as bo sit still and say it." ! The Minister seated himself. "Fire away ■ said he. "It's about our military aeroplanes and aero1 plaintiffs. We have a flight of aeroplanes at large somewhere in Australia ?" "We have." "They cost some thousands. Bight hundred pounds per annum, is being paid to a contingent of mechanics, who are, as it were, caretakers of the aviary. "iThat's true." "There is a - flying gang somewhere about the Defence Department, and a great saiead of country at Altona has been turned ovet to these fly-flats for flying exercise." "Just so." "And nobody's flying. The flighty contingent has cost £21,000 to date ; but is behaving pre cisely as if it hadn't a feather to fly with." "That is quite true ; but wo...

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THE LADIES LETTER Y HOUSE, TOORAK. Dear Peg,— [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

Y HOUSE, TOORAK. Dear Peg,— It is all over ! And', thousands ol people are just r recovering from the stiff neck caused by craning 1 it in every unnatural position possible in order < not to miss one single swirl or volplane of Mr. > Hawker's magnificent flight. The non-sufferers i are those who were wise enough to detach <■ themselves from the sardine-packed crowd, and f lay- flat on their hacks on the sward of the i racecourse, with the leather case of their field- 1 glasses for a pillow. The least thrifling part of s the display was the third flight, when Mr. 1 Hawker flew off with a lady passenger and dis- i appeared from sight. Yet to feminine onlook- 1 ers this was the most exciting part ol the < whole affair, and they pressed forward to note : and criticise every detail of the lady's costume i and comportment. She wore a fur coat and a : small hat, and her general appearance might he aotly described as "pale hut composed." After i all the h...

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MOTOR NOTES HAWKER ON THE WING. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

MOTOR NOTES SEE ALSO PAGE 281 HAWKER ON THE WING It was a wonderful sight, one not soon to be forgotten, those thousands of faces at Caulfield, all turned heavenwards, watching with intense interest one solitary human, transformed for the time, as it were into a bird. And such a bird. It might   have seemed we were back in other ages, watching some ???t unknown creature suddenly take flight over our heads, whilst a feeling of awe and dread crept over us. The day was not an ideal one for flying. But Hawker promised to fly, no matter what the weather might prove to be, and he flew as no other human bird has flown in this country before. There was no disappointment shown in the faces of that vast assemblage, which exceeded the numbers one might see at a Caulfield Cup. Everyone had re- sponded to the call. Everyone looked forward to a great flight, and everyone was gratified in his expectation. Of course everyone expected more, and when at last, after exhibiting his wonderf...

Publication Title: Punch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOVE A LA HAWKER. WHAT IT WILL COME TO. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 12 February 1914

LOVE A LA HAWKER. WHAT IT WILL COME TO. The night was daric—-'twas raimng— Around the lightnings played, When Harry came volplaning, His love to serenade. One eye was on his gearing,     The! other on the breeze As he, with expert -steering, Alighted on the trees. They formed the, leafy casket     Where his rare jewel, hid,         So; slipping from his basket,     Down one stout trunk he slid; He went, with steps that oftly Had trod the self-same way,   And 'neath. her casement softly   He poured forth true love's lay. "Awake, my Arabella, Though torrents round us pour And deuced damp's this feller, The hour has come to soar. Close by my trusty bi-plane Heeds not the frowning sky— Through storm, or wet, or dry-plane Come,. dearest, let us fly     "Let's haste us to my car there, And start our nuptial fl...

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LUNCHEON TO EARL GREY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 19 February 1914

LUNCHEON TO EARL GREY. The Royal Colonial Institute gave a lunctieon to Earl Grey (President of the Royal Colonial Insti tute), Countess Grey and Lady Sybil Grey on 12th February at the Oriental Hotel. A marquee was erected on the smooth green lawn on to whioh the handsome diniiigroom opens. Everything was beau tifully arranged, and the luncheon was delightfully served. The decorations were also a feature • of the entertainment. The whole of the interior was hung with baskets of rock fern. One end of the mar quee was set with the British and the Australian Flags, forming a background for a banking of ferns and palms, over which fountains of water played. On each side were tall foliage plants. The tables were grouped with tall green wicker baskets, filled with dahlias in wonderfully rich shadings of red, fading into pale pink. The guests included : Earl Grey, Countess Grey, Ladv Sybil Grcv, His Excellency Sir John Madden, Lady Madden, the Premier (the Hon. W. A. Watt), the Right Hon....

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