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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 5 February 1886

Marriages. BuoKHons'X'—G Aimttfiait.—An interesting eoromony took place at tho Soot's Church, Collins-street, on Woduosday Inst, February 11, when Miss Ada Jossia Clardinor, dauglitor of Captain Gardiner, Into of Mount G-ambler and now of Redforn, runt Road, South Yarrn, was unitod in marriage to Mr. Walter Buokhurst, sooondson"of Mr. H, Buokhurst, of " Goodrost," Tooink road, South Yarra, Tho oliuroh was beautifully doooi atod j arches of green foliage and red and pink flowers were arranged across tho aislo. Tho pillars wore wreathod with white flowors, and tho chancel was profusely decorated with forns and pot plants ; the luitials of the bride and brldogrooin wore arranged In tho centre. The front seats of the church woro reservod for guosts, but all parts of tho ohurcli woro crowdud to witnoss tho marriage, which was porformed by tho Rev. 0, Bell, Prosbytorlan ministor, assisted by the Rsv. S. Kent, of Silas Churoh, Albert Park. Mr Edo son presided at the organ, and during tho s...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Illustrationss. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 5 February 1886

Our Uluslrationss. , I i, John Hkmnikkii Hkaton, M.P., (bo subject our Illustration this woolc, is roforrod to In tho ilOnyllah papers as a '• wolUknown Australian Colonist." When Mr, Hoaton lived iti Now South Wtiles lio waw " wall\x=req-\ known" only in connection wltli tho Into Y/niter Ooopoi', wl\on tlio hou, mombov oil OniUorbury took rei'ugo from tho Ira to journalist's walking stink behind tlio skirts o£ n frlonclly barmaid. Hoaton is now tlio Conservative Mombor for Canterbury, nncl expocts a knighthood in tho no far distant futuro, Tina portrait on pago 11 is that of Mdlto, Lottio M'ontal, who is now appearing in Madamo L'Archldua at tho Opera House.

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 5 February 1886

Engagements. The marriage of Miss Lizzie Nuttall, olcioat daughter of Mr. William Nuttall, of Brighton, Secretary of the: Equitable Co-operative Society, and Mr. William Eldred,! of Brighton, will take place shortly. ' ' ; The marriage of Miss Murphy, daughter: of Sir Francis Murphy, and Mr. Byrne of the Church of England Grammar School, is to take place shortly. The marrriage is announced of Miss Pattie Lewis, a popular young litterateur of Sydney, and Col. Griflln, the United States Consul in Sydney. The wedding tour will probably be a visit to America, The marriage of Miss L. Tray, eldest daughter of Mr' Tray, of Sandhurst, and Mr. J. Brlggs, second son of Mr. Briggs, of Ironbark, will take place this month. A maehiagb will shortly take place between Mr. M'Kenna, of South Melbourne, and Miss Lawrence, of Albert Park. The engagement is announced of Miss Moss, eldest daughter of Mr. It. Moss, of Wills-street, Sandhurst, and Mr. M. Crawford, a well-known resident of Sand hurst. •. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 5 February 1886

Notice to Subscribers. , Mm miimorlnHoii niton for TauIjW CPAtjit in L"o uuy t"rt of Viotorfu, or toanyof tho oolonloH,-. "f fitt A/I III* *' , lloiilos, liiolmli'iB l'0Htn«0' m«, oa. 88. 0(1, au, oa, ioh, art. pi " " " " " ;■■■ , . ,, j L. iniut lio im(d In ndvnnoo, rontiU ordorw Hhoutrt bo: mmmioh Buoij/iKVi 1118 itiisaoll fttroob, Mol\x=req-\ itni notiw or utiimiw, Vlotorlmi or from uny of blio ,,icoo|)to(lii« iwymoHt. , , ? , To Correspondents. Sill cominimlortHoim liitomtoil for Inuortlon hi TAIH4I1) 8 lio nilitrossoii to—TtlH UUl'i'OH. Contributions doit m ft mln rotimuul 1 i)iit Hfclll, ovory rotiHoimblo |t riM|io()( u'lll bo onrofully uttoudod to, _..i lio tnkoii of nnoiiymoiw oomnumlontloiiH, IM10 imnio [Mlm ivrltor miwt bo kIvuii, though not naaommrdy Cor Notloe to Advertisers. low (or Advortlaomon to nro pnynblo to Mr. MAtmtCM JV' OTI O E, -J/or Ailvortlsoiiionts of Births, Marriages, ruul ps. for Throo I.lnoa, nml 0d, por Lino iirtorwimls IjljCjo iwiiioHiioonioiita limy ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

rpHO. S. ^Ucomm"fclJ{ Lading or Shipi^b ftn(l t JUHV u ,, and '5 tolnstr^ orwarcloa ^ '3 11 byflMAU^l°K Melbourne

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

My deak Fiied.—Can you recommend a good, interesting, readable novel, for me to take on my Holiday? Why, cer tainly, George, Captain Hawley Smart's "Post to Finish "2s., at all Bookstalls and Booksellers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

G. W. TAYLOR & CO., i/LiLcbioTi'GG'?'8 • Land, and JU& b a t (5 t/Lty G'ti/bs , oxty attotioit rooms, so COLLINS STREET WEST. Awdlo„ ©ftXe» <Po»i«tM,Qtccl at the Raa»», ox o*» <fao Ground. AMERICAN STUDIO. LOVEWELL & CO. photos of every descrip tion finished in most (T.iito AUcm mid ciovo.) i modern style. 06 Swanston Street, Melbourne, and • Timor Street, Warrnam-bool. The " Parisian " Scientific association GXJAllANTMMS to Toaoh Ladles tho Art of Cutting and Fitting Ladles' and Chll dron'a Drosses porfootly 'by Square Measurement for BOs, (lloglstorod Oharts Included), Instructions given In tho Art of Trimming and Draping Drossaoa s 'forms, Ono Q ulnoa tho Course. Ladles' Correct Patterns Cut to Moasuro for 2s. Od. Lady Principal s Mrs. Laura Dumsday, Agonts Wanted, THIRD FLOOR, 40 OOLLINS STREET, EAST. M. BRASCH & -80— THE BEST AND CHEAPEST ever Imported Easy Terms.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

SEASIDE VISITORS . Should, not ' fail to take a Box of Fronah Oonfoetionary with them from the Oorapagnie Fran aril 90 (A. FKETTY'S), G Collins-street, as thoso goods aro Bpoolalitios, and only .to ho hnd at tho nbovo establishment. In the new patent boxes, by post anywhere in Vic toria, 2s, and 4s. box,

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Our Restaurants. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

Our Restaurants. By GfOUIlMET. In writing a"Chapter on Where to Dine, I would begin with the Exchange, and I am a great diner-out, acquainted with every table, waiter and waitress in Melbourne. I suppose I will got roastod on the spit, turned round and basted with 'scalding gravy, . Well, then, at the Exchange, tha soono is like a big saloon in ah Orient staamer, or P. & O, boat. The waiters in spike tails oonduco to the feeling of enjoyment of a gentlomanly dinner. - For a change from- the Exchange, I relish the Albion, where a thin slice off the aold roast beef is perfeotion, and so is the steak, likewise the Murray cod and olaret. Tho conversation at the Albion is heavy, but decidedly improving, whether it bo agriculture or mining, while raoing will only come in as a little piquant sauce. Dining at tho Albion makes you feel like a thousand a year, and it is a healthy feeling. A friend of mine with large ideas but no money tells mo that ho occasionally drops into Ham's or ...

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Random Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

Random Jottings. Fancjy dross bulla have boon so popular In England this sonson that tlioy may bo looked upon as iho favor ite ontortalnmont during tlio oomlng season lioro. Mrs. Oharlos Kamblo has wrltton much on fanoy costumes, all unfavorable to tho profuso trimming with mock jowollory and other tawdry gowgaws which has boon so ^customary. Whon gonulno ornaments cannot bo had, If a llttlo judgment woro used In tho soleotlon of tho Imitation, they aro so good as to almost dofy dotootlon, But many ladles do soomto forgot that It is quite possible to havo nearly all fancy dresses strictly correct without so crowding on tinsels, sham orhn monts, and common trimmings as to loavo one In doubt as to tho character. A aniSAT variety of oolors are used In the mako up of ovonlng drossos. Very ologant tunlos aro made of altornnto stripes of passementerie and lace—or velvet and gronadino—and are so arranged that the stripes are perpendicular In front and horizontal at tho side. This sort of d...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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On the Wing. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

On the Wing. / By AhijoIj, Mj«," 'diiso',, Bicinoi/d and his company 1 open ln> the Thoatro Boyal, Sydnoy, for a short season of throe weeks on Saturday night, Oallocl Batik will bo the plooo do vtwhtunoa, HoomrAN Bund will bo, playocl by one of Messrs, ;"\Yillinmson, Garnor, and M uagrovo'a aompanios -at " tho Thoatro Boyol, Sydnoy, on tho (Ith of March. Tho following artlata aro inoludod In tlio oaat i*—Messrs. Tithorago, Apple ton, Gro vlllo, Lonko, 0, Brown, Bcdwoocl, Har oourt, Soagravo, and Mrs, Apploton (Miss. Jontilo Bryoo), Tina Prlvato Soorotnry Company sallod for Now Zoaland by tho Botomohana on Tnosday. Thocnstlsthosnmonsthoorlginnl one lioro, oxoopt lliat Mr, . Hans, riillllpa takos Mr, Brank Gates1 part, Mr IJar wood'a plaoo In tho Boyal Pantomime wlll'bo illlod by Mr, Lonko, Tho Prlvato Soorotnry will bo playod at Invoronrgll on Monday nlglit. Tiria Pantomime Company now play ing Cinderella at the Thoatro Boyal, Sydnoy, prooeod to Adolaldo noxt week, I IjISABN by a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

Notloe to Subscribers. I^lot/oro tfio milwarlptlon rntos foi-TAllwa TAT.K'Ju KSniiyimrtof Victoria,or tonnyof tho ooloiiloot— ,, ,, .. .. .. lfl«, Oil, ■ ' .. ,, .. .. 8h, Oil, ■in* " M RoIojM InoiiutJiier postn«o, ^ ^ ^ 'M :: :: :: «. [„ mtiSt Iw mill In nilvnnoo. PoHtiW orriorti HhottliVbo Do to Mil, MAOIIIOH BltOp/iKY, 1112 JtUBHOlt Htl'OOt, MoN Ltoi nolo* or VIotoH/wi or from nny of tlio I to (iooo|)tort no pnymoiit, - To Correspondents. ntitl oomiiniiilontlono fntotidocl for innortlon In Tam.TI Bil lio ixldronaod to—Tlll'I'lipt'l'OH, Contribution)) ilo« Tit n. n nilo lio voHiriiodi but still, ovory rotwormblo ftdt reboot will bo onrofully nttouiloil to, ■cnn lio tnkon of anonymous oommmilantlomf. Tlio unmo ftrf tlio wrltor mint bo kIvoii, though notuaaooimrllyfov Notio© to Advertisers. Iu.vtm for Artvortlaomonta nro pnynblo to Mr. MAUsnan III)'. NOTICE. 3S5S5^?fiS5s.® imiTSiSr ">ny Uo KU,t,"s IHBLE I^H," pit ID AY, FEBIiUAllY 18, 1880,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

'EiM'tors— Pojnlis p.°",eotlonnry win A ko t^nt boA 'A^'wo 03tnb?iiia osi ami OF LONDON, PH(ENIX FIRE OFFICE..isbud VICTORIAN BRANCH : 0 MA?,S?„?.yS?Na,i' I "• BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. Gn-A-S- OC3-C3- &zj 00__ CWm. W. OAUO T, Proprietor), PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, , Importers of Drugs, Chemloals, Air and Water Beds, Pillows, do,, Tho Dispensing1 Dopartmont In thin HlHtnbllHhmont Id roplotowlth ovary raciulNlto In aon nootlon with tho bUHlnaaH, tho groHtost uoonrmiy unci. iloHpntoli In tho propiimtloii of pIivhIoIiuih prunorlptlniiH mnl riunliy roalpts inny bo rolled upon. Tho Laboratory and Manvifaobory lm» vouontly boon ra<urrangai, and tho njudloliias and ootnpoundtt of tbn Vhurnmoopuitun uro pwimrort "iniot't'1" tKlI'dritllll HIIIIOI'vInIoM fll till) l'l'l Mill Dill. till) tlt'111/M II1111 111 III 111 I nil I u liuiiil Imliiii 11I. Olll til lltlUM I rough Chas. Ogg & Co. CWm. W. Caught, Proprietor,) 117 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELBOURNE. TELEPHONE NO. 525. ■...

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Mob Law. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

Mob Law; ughtful roador oan soo botwoon the linos icent cablegrams l'rom London bitter bad ir Englniul in the nonr future.' Since [don Hiots—n religious, ratlior than a ivolution—no such spoctaolo lias been the streota of the metropolis of Europe thousand men, bont on spoliation and Hitherto political optimists have main tlmt tlio outrages committed by : tho in .Russia, the Socialists in Germany, Internationalists in France and Bolgium ipo33iblo in England, because of tlio sense of the pooplo ; but it appears now v Have boon mistakon. If tliis outrageous Irntion by tlio canaille of London moans g at nil, it is n menaco to the law-abiding )of the Empire, Itadioal papers like the ftlbute tho growing spirit of discontent: t luuoug tho English lower orders to small' gpd scanty omploymont, but the Yery men |to these incendiary articles know better, i was novor more prosperous than , it is tEnglish working-men were never better lotliod, aud fed. It is not so very, long |t the Victorian Ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

Wows's SanNAV ijs Is a poworful ouratlvo for dlaoaao and ia vary ngrooablg to tUo paluto. Ob tain WOUVK'H,

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Our Illustration. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

Our Illustration. 1 Thk «'Argua " of last Monday published a cablegram, announcing tho appointment of .IIan* Oavl Pinsahoif as Oouaul' for tho Auatro-Hungarlan Erapiro, in Vlotorla. Horr Plnaoh off la tho son of a banker, and was born in Yionna in tho year 1855, Ho rooolvod hia oarlioat oduoatlon in the place of his birth, and was thon aont to tho Q-ymnaslum Oaalmlriamtm at HERR CARL PINSCHOFF. Cobm'g, where he was prepared for the University course which he afterwards pursued at Vienna, studying law. In 1875 Herr PinsohofC joinod the 2nd Begiment of Dragoons as Ijioutenant. In 1879 ho was sent to Sydney to represent Austria as Honorary Secretary to the Commission at the Exhibition, He then returned to Vienna, but again left in a few months to represent .a number.of Austrian Manufacturers at the Melbourne International Exhibition. Since 1881 Herr Pinschoff has been established in Melbourne as a wholesale im porter and agent for the Austro-Hungarian Lloyds Steam Navigation Company. H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

I f^'awS OH1 LONDON. PH<ENIX FIRE OFFICE.15^HusmsniTii VICTORIAN BRANCH : ° ». BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. Ohas. OC3-C3- &c OO. (Win. W. OAUa T, Froprlobor), ' PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, Importers of Drugs, Chemicals, Air and Water Beds, Pillows, &o, ' Tho Diaponslnn1 Dopnrtmont In thta ISatubllahmont In roplotowlth ovorv rnf,„i,,i.„ ... „ nootlon with tho buidiinan, tho Ki'outoHt uoouruoy mid doaputoh In tho proimmtl,,m .p .i?., 11 i00n pruaor ptlona und family roolpta may bo roltod upon. Tho Laboratory and Mant fv, I'ouontly boon ro-immiKod, and tho modlolnoa un.l onmpnuuda of tho I'himiVmmir^ m? tin. or tho poraonul suporvlalou of tho Principal, tho driitfa und ohomloula iiH(i i m i,,] M,,.^r n '""I"11;01 from tho llrat London market. Spooial Moaaonffora lu' son I „ X?"l lv HuluotV'l toluoa uro rocp.lrod In tho olty or adjoining auburba. Frosoidptlonaand oi^i/ hroiitfh tho poat from country und suburb*, uro oxoautod und forwarded Inunoillutuly. "ooolvod Chas....

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Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

Amateurs. gicws gave tv concert in the Hull on Wednesday ovon IsoHcUftUon of the ladlos of kl of tliolr stftll at tlio jiitul llar.ftftv. The attend good, notwithstanding the |y in tlie evening having boon t promising, The programme pianoforte solo by Mr. J. |lio also noted as aecompanyist Iw evening. llecltnttons were Iftwa. Arthur Coppin and P* Jbotb gentlemen being do. bred. The Curlew Quartotte 1 peat successful in their nnm-I Three Chafers," " Merry [■Two hoses," nnd " Soldier's thst-iinmed song was a 1 if) and n vociferous encore and graciously responded |m Items on tho programme solo, "Soiree de Yen dTv.eny.ie; "The Wooers,' 11 and O'Callaghan ; piano-. • Houlton ; concevttna solo, feasant," Mr. J. Wheeler", , ^r" Thompson ; flute solo, |;Concert," Mr. J. Lummon ; ' is darkest," Mr. A. Jones ; i the earth," Mr, P. J. Mur fhe concert was a most Huooossful and onjoyablo ono, and tho Ourtaws wall dasorvod tho hoar by vote all biinnks toudorad to thorn through Uio mayor of. Klt/r...

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Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

Hy the rtuUioi' of " VttYbLXSf," " MothV JJAWN," » Mua< ajsowitMy," " Doiua," ix), .CJHAPMflll VI, " ,1 vow and protest thoro's more plaguo than'pleasure with n sogrot." Sitting upon an ottoman beside a remarkably hand aomo woman Is a tall man of about thirty-six or so, dark-browed and dark-oomploxlonod, with a firm mouth and a nondosorlpt noso. A heavy black moustaoho, partially stroakod with groy, falls ovor but hardly aonooals his Hps, wliioh are In a maasura thin. His jaws, oloan shavon, aro squared. Ho is not a handsomo man, but a vory distinguished-looking ono—that some thing Inllnltoly bottor I That ho has lived all his tirao one may uoo at. a glanoo j that ho has immonso self oontrol and groat powor of solf-roprcsslon ono roads as ono runs. But, there Is something about the Btorn faco that aonfusos ono's analysis of tho soul within, A sadtioss, a suppression, a strain about tho whole man that contrasts oddly with tho coldness of his bearing, and Is probably tho ou...

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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 12 February 1886

r Table Tal^. Gladstone's snrprlsos, nothing equals this hrent nbout Sir Charles Dilko.' If ''the' jury m o£ mm, con.—If—then-he Is to be Minister ;n Affairs I Forolgn Affairs indeed :l It re sof Sir Pertinax Maosyoophant, in tho:plny Jinn of tlio World," whore he misconstrues a n young lady, with a phrase " Meet mo in the Ik." " In the Dark Walk," says Sir Pertinax, nr that ? Aye, she's been often enough in the Ik, I warrant you," e observe that a trnining in tho dark walk of iations Is a suitablo eduoation for the dark foreign rolntlona, But the impudence of the in its Intimidation of the jury,-• Sir Ghns,' ounsel Is to say, "And, gentlemen, what will* fat of your verdiot "upon my unfortnnate The nation is waiting to confer upon him the of foreign Affairs, An unfavorable dooision i will blast his prospects, Therefore I Invito,* the representative of Mr, Gladstone, X oom j> to acquit him I" |1 remember how Mrs. Pattison, wife, of the |, Mark I'nttlson, hastened from India to bo ...

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