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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Table Talk. All I oomo to mo,.duurosb, rvnc'l alb by my sk'lo, |J Ah fair to mo now hi doollno, ' Ah tho mom I. bo ha Id you a young blushing brldo, From bhon to tho oloso to bo mlno. Oomo Hit by my Hldo j.for wo yob may onjoy Booloby's gossip, my dour. When purity spoaks undoltlod by alloy, Ah ''Tablo Talk'' spunks to us horo, ; Tho blinds aro all down, and tho lamp burns bright, Tho llro In tho grato, burns low, Como sib by my slc'lo ln tho soft ruddy light Soma nows ol! our neighbors to know j' No harm, doar, In that, 1:1! It only bo told In Innooonb words, aiid rofluod j And soandal Is nob In tho pago I unfold, ' To stain a puro Innooonb mind, For yoars liavo 1. clrovo tar away from my homo I Tho poison soma papers distil i [ For donror my roof, than a proud palnao domo, . If vlrtuo bub tonaut lioro still j And honor and vlrtuo fly far from tlio slirlnb That soandal and prurlonao stain j Hut -Table Talk's " birth ludlaatos tho doollno Of morbid hidooonoy's rolgn, Now, doar, that...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Forgotten Art. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

A Forgotten Art. riiniODlOAliiiY, with tho wintry north winds, and after tho mushroom season, a crop of soclotlos spring up in Melbourne, J wood not natno thorn.- Evoryonu Is a mumbor of one or more of thorn. 1 am myself, although only out of curiosity. Shakosponro, Browning, Tuimyson, tho miorosoopo, tho millonnium, entomology, and a hundred othor mattora form tho btiala of tho.su associations. Why do tlioy spring Into oxistoiioo / Woll, I suppose to supply (llko everything else) a want, real or Imaginary, Tills want. is tho want of con versation. 44 Tho art of conversation," says tho author ■ of 44 Ooningsby," 44 consists,of the exercise of two flno qualities, You must originate, and you must sym pathise ; you must possess at tho samo time tho habit of communicating, and tho habit of listening. Tho union is somowhat rare, but irresistible." This is tho whole bible of tho xnattor. flow fow ann originato, how vary fow indeed oaro to listen 1 Some, who con sider themselves the oloct,...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Latest about Juliet. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

The Latest about Juliet. W:w lmvo bogun to pity Shakospoaro, What HnglmuVn groat dramatist did in Ida days of natures that litis to bo alitor his death purged away wo do not know, Thoro was oortalnly that little dlllloulty with Sir 'l'homaa Lucy about poaching, but surely Shakespeare's spirit has long ago Heated In lire sulllolontly to wipe oil that alight ataln, Indeed wo pity him, and Ilguratlvoly drop a toar of sympathy upon his monument InJ^tratford Oliuroh at the samo tlmo wishing that the words ou his grave stono might bo road In aomo way ho as to dotor those anintour orltlos who with malloo aforethought have 111-troatod that part of William whloh lias avoided tlio tomb, Yoara ago wo thought that those In Victoria who know moat of Shakoflpooro woro Walter Montgomery, his poodlo aud tlio conductors of that stirring contro versy of tlio tlmo, "Wns Hamlot matl." Now tilings havo oliangod, Wo lmvo tlio aamo rovoronoo for the wonderful bard and do not Indulgo in tho Baconian theory...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Introductory. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Introductory. In entering into tlio journalistic arona with Taht.is Tai.k, wo are noting upon n woll-foundod boliof that Colon ml Socioty has attained such n doilnito stago of' development, has booomo crystallised into such n concrete and enduring form, tlint it merits moro systematic and comprehensive treat ment than it lias hithorto received nt tho Itands of journalists. The dnily nowspripors of Mel bourne and thoir woekly oll'shoots havo dono muclx in this direction, but our effort will bo to do' incompxarnbly inPro. Tho journals rot'orrod to have to fulfil certnin duties to tho public j thoy havo to constitute themselves a mirror of tho hard, practical details of daily life, wherein aro roflectocl political campaigns, diplomatic dosigns and mo tives, "battlos and murders and sudden death," and all the othor factors, groat and small, whioli go to make up tho total sum of the public life of our community. It is impossible, under thoge conditions; that they should find time or sjja...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

')'): !*)in.':r*i> j SP.e0,al N0ti00' ' ll'MM KiUtor roNpoot,fully roquoMtH tliivb IH.ank Invitation onvdH of wodilliiwa Hiiil fiMiui* Noatnl ovnntM may )in hoiiI. In bbo oHlon of TA 111.11 ll.'Afllfi I ill1 ItllMHol 1-Htl'tHll). '.I'll Is Ih IvlWUyM (llwIl'lllllO 111 Dl'llol' to uiiHtiro nooumoy,; i , ,, To Correspondents. Ti'WWHHH nnrt oommmiloiitlniiH Intondod for liiHorblnn In WAiir.io Wa j.ic.Hliould bo inlili'dHHoit to—'I'll H Kni'i'ou, OontiilmlloiiM ;do« ollnod oft11110b iiM iv l'lilo Iju I'tibut*iuhI | bub ntUI, ovory l'uuHonivblo rocpioHt In tlinb roMpoob will bo oivrofully ivttotidod to, No notion ami bo' taken of iviioiiyitiouH oointnuiiloatloiiH, 'I'lio tuvtiio ivml iiiUIi'omh ot tlio wfitov imiHt bo fflvoiii though nob noaoHHivvy fat' imblloivtloii, , . Notioe to Subscribers. '1'lfH following aro bbo milmorlptlon fivton fot' IL'Am.11 WAT.K In ohldlug ppntugo to any pivvt oC Ylotafltv, ov to any ot tlio uolontoti t—• Who Yoivf ., .. .. ' IIIh, Od. '' Hlx ManthH .. ,....

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
English Theatrical Items. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

English Theatrical Items. Mil. 1Tionuy Thamnci, MIhh TOllcm Terry, (Hid the "Lyceum" tJcmipitn.v have re turned to London after a 11 Ip;)11v suc cessful tour In .Anun-lea, Judging by tho account of " London Societ y,' the now arrangements at the Lyceum, whorohy pit and gallery patrons may have tlioli* seats reserved for them, does not seem t o liavo mot wit h t he apnro clatlon It deserved. The following, taken from " London Society," May 12, will give out- roadm-H an Idea of what took place on t he opening night, wliou " Hamlet" wan played, with Mr, Irving an the melancholy llano, MIhh Terry us the fair OpheliaAt tho conclusion of tho ])orforinanco, Mr, Irving was pilloried hy tho pit, and gallery, Sonto cried for tho old arrangement, hoitio for tho new. Very patiently and courteously, ho listened to tho various l-otharkH that wore yelled across tho house'at him, and assured 'the molHy ones things should bo exactly as tlioy wished; if the old order of things woroproforrod, to tho o...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Departmental Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Departmental Changes. Tina ohungos In contemplation in the methods 0f control ling Homo oil t'lio Important departments of 8 tutu tiro causing most palpaplo tromd Hkoly to bo ad'eoted, it is nn Mr. Service rind Mr. Borry nro o view that tho only way to obt ^ ... iJwtiiu branches is to sooitro tlio sorvicok of a good layman of administrative ability for general supervision of oflleo dotails and to oouplo with him. whoro jtuudud n s among the gontlemon 'pen secret that both itlruly in aooohl in the ftlu ollleleuoy in some thoroughly good professional mat for performing thu duties which lie within his province, Tho experiment will most likoly bo made first byjdlvldlng tho oIIIcq of Commissioner of Titles botwoon til first class conveyancer of tho ono part and another gentleman soleetod for bis qualitios as administrator of ttuo other part. The oxporlmont will provo oostly, bit it is thought will oonduao to ottloionay. At tho present time tho Com. missionor is oxpuotod not only to contr...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Secret of Russian Aggression. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

The Secret of Russian Aggression. The cablegram announcing thnt tlio Russian authori ties had imprisoned an English messenger oh the frontier of Persia, once more opens up the possibility of war with Russia, A friend of mine, who has spent much of his time both at Gabul and in India, gives me a strango, though plausible, theory why Russia always advances in Central Asia, and nover retreats. Ho says that Russia is too poor to retreat. She cannot pay the cost of convoying her troops back ovor the deserts and steppes, through which her armies have had to make their way this last quarter of a century. She advances because she has fertile country and abundanco of pro visions before lror, and nothing behind but frosh legions advancing ovor the desert. ' Hor soldiers are filled with the idea that still richer plains lie boforo them, with tho great opulent cities of India to loot. Some of the soldiers have been 20 years advancing from the Caspian, taking possession of the Kokund and Khiva, ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Autograph of Prince Bismarck (THE GERMAN CHANCELLOR.) The following- letter has Ibeen reoeived by the Melbourne Deutsoher Turn Verein in reply to a cablegram sent on the Birthday of Prince Bismarck—

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. Jou[?]ert's Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Mr. Jouhert's Theatre. R A NEW thoatro, to bo oallod " Tlio Alexandra," is bcini: erected by that most sfiScoaaf ul ontropouour, Mr. Jules Joubort, on tho site recently occupied by thelHipp11 drome, at tho corner o'fjExhibition and Ijittlo Bourkc streets, Melbourne. The now structure; is designed by h| Mr. Nahum Burnet, aiwiitcot. A description of die building has already be of publishoil in the daily news papors, and wo now gwe some (particulars of the arrangements in the interior of tho structure, 'l'lie auditorium will bo diviuod into four distinct parts, On the ground floor will bo provided commodious ami roomy arm chairs in thoiorohostra stalls, and equally comfortable accommodation for upwards of two thou sand people in the pit. Ef/ery facility for iugross ami ogress is contrived from oither of the«throo frontages m Exhibition-street, Littlo Itourkc-stroet, and the right of-way on tho western side of the block. On the upper floor, which is tormed the " amphitheatre" on the pla...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What It Has Come To, or Conscience and Candles. Supreme Court (before Mr. Justice Conscience and Jurios of Twelve.) [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

What It Has Come To, or Conscience and Candles. Stiprumo Qourl; (hol'oro Mi', JuhI.Ioo OcinHoIoiiao find JurloH o'J! 'I'wulviO (Tho aourt having boon occupied with a arise In which ill20 wuh (ib Ihhiioi clttI'iiik tho wluilu day, hIh Honor decided bo wlb In tliu evening although blio gas was nob luhI on bo blio court.) , Senior Clounscl—-Is your Honor going to go lb nuioh longer'/ XT Is Honor—Sir, your Ntylo of language Havers largely ol! tlio University Council of which you ivru n member, H! I apprehend you oorroatly you desire to know II! X Intend to proceed with tho investigation oi' this ease, proceed with tliu investigation oi' thin oiiho, S, 0,—-That Is Humowhoro about ib your Honor, ; H, H,—X do Intond to prooood, S, 0,—X'osslbly your Honor has nob taken Into oon« Hldomtlon tho fact that just now wo do nobllvo In " tho piping time of poaoo," On tho othor hand "tho Plant of war blows In our oars" [horo tho only law reporter "lent IiIh uyo a torrlblo aspect"]] aiid consequently...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Etiquette. Five o'clock Tea. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Etiquette. Five o'clock Tea. Thm namo of tho oiigluator of tho now universal custom of partaking of light refreshment In tlio shape of tea and broad and butter, at Homo period or porloda, "ranging from 8.80 to 0, or ovon lator, Is riot known to ; iffamo 5 and whether snob an Individual actually existed lis a matter of oxtromo doubt, It Is more than prebablo ithat the custom Is duo to tho lata hour' at which dinner lis announcod, Ladies found that tho dutlos whloh Scompollod thom In tho aftornoon to givo thoir attention |to tholr visiting lists, or tho attractions of such fasolu fatiug establishments as may bo found in Dond-stroot or f Piccadilly, wares vory fatiguing ;, and tho hours which ,'olapsod botwoon lunohoon and dinner suggested tho f need of something, and honoo perhaps fivo o'clock tea, The hour' of five for tea was obviously chosen as I coming midway botwoon lunohoon and dinnor, whloh aro, on tho avomgo, gonorally fixed at 1.80 and 8 p.m. respoctivoly. But iiow, so capabl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] zebourne (?) [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

I zebourne (?) ifcorlan assorts that,a Gorman may V accurately tho philosophy of a jit Its policy, an American its ij'lishtnau its ethnology. An Eng ... jjto a book about his travels, in /'his personal atlvouturos, ancl do ' ,'pits with Bible truth. Yot whon , upon the manners and customs of .jiersisfc in measuring everything by ,11 by,jury and House of Parliament. !b\ ruled by tho Divorce Court and ■ 'J of'promise, and politics to him moan jty, not'the .welfare of nations. Asa ' ]o' this British mental oblicpdty, the ' from,"the note book of a Russian J interest. Tho author is well iittod ! itod to him, for ho was fl^o years at school before being scut, to a Q-orman hich 1(0 was appointed abbnnhii to tho , lo was then transferred to tho Wash- " nd dually given a roviitg com miss tou i J. v nib the Bast irt order to supply tho Kuril merit,' within minute and exhaustive compendium Information regarding tho countries placed in tho jhurrt seas, audi the Inhabitants thereof. The work &g...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Literary Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Mil. .T.iHincih'I'on lias In tho prosa a now edition of The Australian Abroad," profusely Illustrated, Tin'3 .fashionable and rapidly Increasing suburb ol! Wow IjouHt.s ol! a ShakoHpoar Sooloty, which Is in noway connected with tho Melbourne society, The Kow society Is only a fow months old, and already numbers thirty mombora, ol! whom ladlos form tho majority, Tho founder ol! tho sooloty Is Mr. Wharton of Studloy I'arlc florid, and Oanon Yauao,'tho luoumbont ol! tho Church of Wnglnnd, Kow, is a loading mombor, A mooting Is hold oh tho last Monday of oaoli month, wlion a play Is road, prefaced by a short essay from tho president,. Wio havo roaolvod from Mossrs. Goorgo Bobortaon and Company " Tho Austral luivffarmor i a practical handbook for tho farm and station." Tho book con sists ol' 350 pages, octavo. The printing and binding aro equal In quality to any work of tho sarno class produced by t-lio boat If,nullah or American prlntors and bookblndoi'H. Tho literary matter has boon ar...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church and State. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Church aid State. Ai.Tilomm the State has "eased to aid religion, Pnvlia imt- will nftfc suffer it-soil* to ■ Ijo divorced from its nivdi. 'J'hovo is rebellion in the Assembly TIulls at u impudence of. tliu I'ublt Service "Oominiksioners in lueitig the classification if Mr. Church's work, and propositi, to transfer liui to another sphoro of tivity is rugnrdod ah" a bunch of privilege. Parlia ent in this case is right,Ind the commissioners, as [nal,bitterly wrong,\ fen* M. Church's knowledge of Parliatrientary Library !s of -that enoyelopredlc Journey, that without himfchey might as well bum Jc Viooksi." The. oomtnissoues will, of course, be im |t,ent tp-appeaso the hicUgunlon they have raised, and P'ubcvs, if they could fia; the brains of Colonel bmplcton, who is rogardod at vggrossor in chief, would St. them. .*1 ■

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tea Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Tea Table Talk. Fashion changes now-a-days with groat rapidity, ■although wo are perhaps more indebted to tho taste or tho individual1 than to tho productions of mouth'10" ■turers and shops ; and in the rapid strides made in tiio direction of refinement and good taste there is coi • stantly evolved noyelty,' whether it be for tho doooii - tiou of the person,; the house, or the di niior-tahh) ; "• tho • elegance of the first, the style of tho sconiifl, in the arrangomont of the last should make one confine and harmonious whole. The desire for sometliiu;-? j j1® , is not does not necessarily bring that which i9, •but change in all things, be they great or small, Is si ■ to brins1 sbmethini,1 t/hnt, rm.„ 1,r. if OlllV 1" to bring something that can be utilisod, if only small 'degree. It is said that no two persons can nvc1^ siuuii uegrce, rt is saicl that no two persons can <• hold exactly the same opinion, and a very good th h ,i t is so, for argument brings, out what is ho...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Excelsi[?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Excelskr. IT is.aslonlshing what quuiivnotions of .working-an iicjo acSiiso people"have. Ouceupoii a'time the pick oE otus lu on« of oia- largest pvillio buildings was oiSerecl a -professional <-gentlemanJgSStigh degree, who eon olled a tlepavr.ijuait. in vSw^wSt.hii v/r>vk' was of an draoi'dinarily vt"-|*h.i ~itr >\ ivj pi i rod to be ■*pa Wheel wil-h the .« * Tin iicvuisnient -•ml curie ami iinipcow i, t"''AM' ensuring the Vwl- perfect, n -i ni'orw'- ; *' i-M ' • 1" imc de'er Huwl (n liu-a hi op-' ' , ,! i tlel Ivifd iiucl 1m* 1 vbosu. ad uuUher telephone ' ".l. ;Sr . " . ■■ -St,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Amateurs. g A PKitkoUMANpia by the Cosmo Amateur Theatrical Olub, will -bo given 'it tlio Town H(ill, Pruhran, uu Thursday, July libli, hi aid of St. Martin's Jlinvk.sbimi Gliuroli building Fund. 1 Tit 12 Magpio Amateur Theatrical CluhL who, a .short tima ago, gave a very successful performance at the Nugget T'lioatro, intoTid to glvu another, similar enter tainment in November next. Last "Wednesday a grand amatcmr porforuianco wiw given in Sydiioy in aid of the Goodonottgh Home, under tho (pntronngo of His Excellency the Governor, Lady Augustus Loftus, Sir Alfred Stephen, G.(J.M,G.,iuul the loading members of Sydney Sooioby. Tho performance consisted'of two piooos, " I've written to lllronui," anil " Garrlok," and the principal parts woru sustained by Tlio Mhwos Tjivburtouoho - I Mr. Ct. 12. Unbortuiioliu. Mrs, I'rot'oHsor Smith I Mr. Stupurt. Mrs. Orr. | Mr, Plaining. and Mr. Unwlu. The- Labortouohos and Mrs. Smith are well known in Sydnoy for thoir clever acting, which is far sup...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

m COOI^ i I $1 wM fefi V Ci f m \ Go, w ih-M Commercial Printers, -/.it UsS -and— ... r'i'i'y r/^3 RUSSELL STREET,: . I",r , i '■i- 'f. (OPPOSITE TEMPEEANCE HALLii 3 Circulars, .Billheads, ; ■ Cards, • " ' 1 MemorancUj Posters, Law Forms, , &o., &o. ORDERS ' PBOMPMY EXECUTES! ATpEM^Uiq pALL • ; GQX&XR8 SXRSEiE'BT. .THURSDAY Evening, July 9, \ , (Under tho patronage of the Anstrnllnn N»tl\« Association). &5 Mr.W.H.BATTEfli (Ol' BAPIiAIlAT.) WILL GIVE HIS ENTERTAINING LECTURE On The Popular AMERICAN HUMOURIST , Jfames KiwssselX IVowell. PROFESSOR MORRIS, M.A., Melbourt' University, will preside. Tlokots nt tho Afchonrcuin Xjibrnry mill Il.ii.1' 1 Booksollorsl Itosorvod Seats can tie soauroil nt Million's Llbu't ■ Collins Street. Admission : Fcoiit Seats, <i!.j Second," ■1 Haoit-, Is. BOOHS OI'BK AT 7.30. OUAlil T-AKEN AT 9. Printed by Ooox, DuiaiuvnA: bo., mid lml'J)al'j byMAujiiciH BnowJSKY, at 120 Biissoll °tra' Melbourne, opposito Tomportu...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Few Candid Facts. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

A Few Oandicl Fuota. KVHIIV oaruful olih(U'vol* wIki linn sought, to liiidp pitoo with tlio iimi'oh of (mints. Iiiim noted thu alarming Inei'oiisii of ncil'toln |icmli 1 nil* pliysloul troubles within lliii post fnw yours, '.I lioso ti'ouliliiH liovo (loimi nt imoxpiiotinl moiiioiitM anil In u most troiiohoroiiH way. They Imvo mitull'oslod lliouieolvus In Inuumeriiblo forum. Imt tlioy Imvo nlwiiyM liuil tlin Hiinin oiiiiMii. '1*1 my novo not iillllotml tlin minor pnrtu of tlio lioily, lint Imvo Ifono ill root to tlio strongholds of tlio Myotom mill II in 11* work Iiiih usually lioon iih prompt 101 It In fntul, Tliolr tronolioroim nnil doooptlvo imturo Iiiih oftun provontml n ourol'nl analysis of what onuses titoin, iiiiiI, iih ii romilt, IntoiiHo suffering unit lliml illmiMtor Imvo usuiillv oiihiiuiI, The runl ontiHUi liowovoi'i Iiiih Ikioii ii dorungomout of thu kidneys unit till of thoHo trouhlim nro, In foot, tlio ill's t HVinptoinu of tlio terrible Bright s iIIhoiiho whlohiluiM ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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