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Random Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

Random Jolitsiqgg. Dentitr® tlio wook T "vJaltod 'IJuxlion'Mr'AHIstlo Statlonory Company,' wlioro sovoral 'shlpmonts ofarti goods, artists' tnatorlnls, anil now statlonory, have rooontly - boon oponad up, Amongst,.thb.'.hqvolMos I. notlood a protty idoa In mourjilng visitingoards j thay havo a blaak bordor abont a qunrtor*"of an Inoh'wider and aro lioavlly gilt at tho odgo. Upthoi's aro^grainodni Hko tha moroaao papers, and aan bo had''in a varloty of dolloato tints, A largo oanslgnmbut of^Fabor's ponolls In sllvar, aluminium, and Ivory In tlio novv'auiibmatlb' and btliru* Into doslgns, dosorvq spaalat mention, A spoolallty'ln iionolls, sultablo for marking flow'or labels i or any snob work, Is a woodon ponall slxtoon Inallbs long, sold for ono ponny, >. i In tho Art Qallory, a bonutlful oollobtlon of oil and wator ootor paintings, stool engravings, orayons, and oolorad photographs Is shown. An oxoollont stook of artist's roqulromonts, Including plaster oasts, colors, poonah, ory...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

■.''The medloal profession certifies that Wolfe's Schnapps is the purest stimulant procurable.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

Plotloo to Subscribers. Lmmo tlio .BtaorliiUon rntua for 'X'aw.m Talk in ffanitfimrl at Victoria, or to itny of tlw oolonloH I— lfl«, 0(1, •• <• »"• Llon(c(, looin.Ii.iif l>ootn«o. ^ ^ au< M\ \ " ;; I! io«,'oa.' mint ho |inld In ndvatioo, Paatftl orrtora uliottlrt bo . . ..MjfllllflM TIIintJ'/KV. 183 llUUNOll MfctWlfe. JWnl. l/om mutt w)««« lu «•»•"*•«» miuum uo Kmii,Mauiihiw HHorj/.KV, 189 iliiHHol 1 Htroob, Mou fcinl iioio.t or HtnwiiK, Vlotorlnn or from nny of tho [)ll lio ncco|it(iil no jmymiint, V To Correspondents. Ll coiiimiiiilofttloiiii lotomloil for iiwortion in Taiilm il lie Hiiiirc.nod to—Titu KtJt'raH, Cfontributlona do. oi i» it riilo lio roturnait | but Htlll, ovary vomannhla' hi ri'.t|«t!t will bo imrofnlly iittontlod to. ' : „.,i bo tnkonof luiouymoim oommuiiiantloiiH, Tlio nnmo (Itlio ivrltrr imiKtuu tflvon, though not nooaamirlly far Notloo to Advertisers. iisth (or AilvortlooroontB iiro puynb'td to,Mr, MAtmiaw lit. i | • ''vj h i 20Fl:BS6...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Musical Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

lV[u$c&I E{o$ip. MADAM U IlUD ISltSDOlU'') tho Xamous slngor, who dlod recently, was onoo visit ing tho drown Prlnooss oX Ilussla, whon the Xollowlng Incident ooourrod i Thoy breakfasted togothor Informally, and afterward madamo sang sovoi'al songs oX Mandol, tho princess's Xavorlto composer, her royal hostess playing hor accompani ments, Tho prlnooss proposocl a visit to tho nnrsory, As madamo was sitting on tho floor, with ono ohlld playing with tho charms on hor watoh-ohaln, another hang ing ovor hor shouldor, and tho baby In hor arms, tho door oponod and tho Grown Prlnoo walked Into tho midst oX tho Xrollc, Tho prlnooss arose and lutroduood hor visitor, Madamo looked up, and, with hor ready taot and wit, said i "Your royal highness, I must olthor dlsrogard oourt otlquotto or drop tho court baby," Tho prlnoo bowed courteously, and sakl, with a smile i "Do what you llko with otlquotto, but regard tho baby." At a recent roaoption hold by Baroness Burdott-Ooutts, Patti sang ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cupid's Messengers. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

I Cupid's Messengers, eli of civilisation sweops n good manyj i the path oE life. In thoir hnste to; obstacles from the road tlio pioneers! 33 cannot very well help clearing, away; en tlmt grow by the wayside as well, old customs, obaorvaucoa hallowed ..by e of dead centuries, quaint conoeits. wont to delight the simplo tastes of; nthers, nro fast disappearing before tlie e advance of modern intellect. l1ho 3cienco lmvo been unrelentless in thehj of the pigmios of legend and flotion.; soys tlmt the Anglo-Saxons of his time ttitomed to tnko thoir pleasures sadly ; descendants nro fast being educated up idnrd which condomns pleasure, in any the pastime of children and fools. "We Jn led into making those profound re y the official announcement that " the if valentines that has passed through the (Post Offico this year is loss by half than jr, while the number last year was oon ! less than the year before." At this progression, tho clay is not far distant I custom of sending valentines ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

COMPULSORY GLEARINC SALE. AT REDUCED TRICES. ■ Carpels DEnTJ^/2sTi:3Xa:ilsr<3-3 LADllfiS OF VI.OTOR IA—Kindly bouv iti mind this la nob un Ordinary aorb of Ohoap Salo, fb la Compulsory booauao our Stook la twloo too largo, The Ciyil Service and Public Supply Association, plodgo tkoir roputatlon that thcu'o has boon a thorough Bovlalon of Frloos THIS WlfllflK. The Managora aro dbtorralnod to mako a Final Oloaranoo bofo.ro bho orid of Fobruary, A Fartloular Faaturo In THIS SALlfl will bo, that all Win tor and Autumn Goods OARRIHD OVKR or Rooonbly Furchaaod at Rocluood Frlaoa will again bo Roduood for this Salo, tlioroforo you will oomo to soo Summer, Autumn and Winter Goods offorad from this dato up to tho ond of February (our Annual Stocktaking), At No Surrender Prices. Ladies kindly remember our Motto—"EQUITY TO ALL." If wo have mnclo nnybhing over a small poroonfcago on our Capital at noxt Stocktaking, you shall again havo another Invitation to sharo our suocoas. Kindly ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

Marriages. Lumsden—Faiubaien.—St. John's Churoh, Toornk, was thronged by an aristocratic assemblage on Wed nesday, 17th February, to witness the marriage of Miss Jessie Maud Fairbairn, daughter of Mr, Fairbairn, of Werribee, and Mr. J. W. M, Lumsden, son of Lieut General Sir Harry 23. Lumsden, K.O.S.I.O.B., of Edinburgh. The entire centre of the churoh was reserved for guests. An archway of evergreens was arranged outside the church, and beautiful floral arches were erected across the aisle. The seats for the guests were also decorated, and the chancel was one mass of flowers and ferns, whilst baskets of flowers hung from each gas jet, giving the\church a really pretty effect. At three o'olookthe bride arrived with her father, attended by/nine bridesmaids, and two little pages, who acted as train-bearers. The Rev. Walter Fellows performed the wedding cerembny, and Mr. W. H. Thomas played the Wedding March. .The bride, who is very pretty, wore a petticoat of ivory duohesse satin, the...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

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Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

Ladif Bfan^mefe. 13y tho tvufchor oil » Phyllis," " Molly hawk," Mns. . GMOIWHMY," " DOllIS," iiO, CHAPTER VIII. " That praotisod falsehood undor saintly show, Doop malloa to conooal couoh'd with rovongo." ; If I, "Words aro lllco loaves, and whoro thoy most abound Muoh fruit of sonso bonoath is rarely found," ; ;■ V" -:■■■)>' . • • • . 'If , 5- • * >f • -( r "-i " You I" The word falls from hor as though without her lcnowlodgo, Hor oyos aro fixed coldly upon Muriol. She is so amazed that for the momout her solf-pos session forsakes her, and she spoalcs with a total for gotfultioas of tho suavity so dear to hor, * ; " Yos, it Is I," returns Muriel, oaltnly, " I was anxious to soo'this part of the house, but Mrs, Stout has told mo that it Is to you I must oomo for the koys of it." Mrs. Stout, with a discretion .that doos hor credit, has dropped a curtsey and is out of sight, upon tho appearance of Madame. "It is true that my rooms Ho boyond horo," answors Madamo now, with a lit...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

Table TaII(. jicmunsoN has boon trying to convince hia jeaU that ho has emerged like refined gold from iaco of porsooutlon, The Board of Enquiry's | that Mr. Richardson's oonduot waa highly and calculated to destroy oonfldenoe in the mil integrity of nny one~hoting as Justiae of the wu an erroneous one, it would appear, and Mr. Is a martyr to Constitutional prejudice, ng with affidavits, and filling in signatures for who arc thousands of miloa away, are mere in-' u which, in the opinion of the hon. member wick, call forth public sympathy rathor than ipwach, Altogether, Mr. Blohardson has been ivronged Individual, and those who say any the contrary are miserable slanderers. i'usome prospect of Major Blannin, oxio of the civeiUy popular of our militia officers' standing [a at the forthcoming general election, This M a good deal, however, upon whether ; Mr, i |goc3 to tho poll or not, • , 1 * t, i uardiner, " as it were," stands a very poor, being re-elected for Oarlton. Not only has a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

[ham Watches THE !<in Watch Co,, JAM, MASS., U.S.A., the Importance of tho Vlo 'mde, Imve mtulo spooled :rangoinont.s with 1ZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE, >hini to soil their Celebrated prices £com lu to 25 por cont, inyother house in tho colony, irantccs every watoh for ON 15 Is—R'nrmnts tho proper per ttie watoh, and undertnkoa to 8,iry repairs during tlint timo isx'anu lu addition, Issues tho SPECIAL CEHTIFIOATB, ■/martini to any part of tho 5T FIIEB, 1IKGI3TE11ED.) ILINfi SILVER WALTHAM LEVERS ill Mate, Extra Hoavy Oaaoa. Bllrer, extra strong onaoa, g awl open face, full pinto, (lance, 7 jowola in sotting - £& 0 0 balance, 7 jewels - - 8 10 8 enwtion balanoo, 7 Jowola -'100 eimtlou balanoo, two pnlra iwels 5 0 0 le. gulil bnlnnco, 7 Jowola - 5 5 0 balance, 2 pairs extra Jowola 5 0 0 eiuatlou balanoo, 7 Jowola- 5 0 0 pensatlon balanoo, 2 pnlra >wels 0 0 0 ssj lull plate, ooinponsntlon l, 7 jewels In sotting . - 6 16 0 M-plnte - . . - 8 0 0 i", (k, 2 pairs oxtr...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

chapter 'dUi^ - Pj:B SB < Mspicionsloop3atwiadom'.a'' !, , < : if l;V*^ ^ " Knowledge ia power." fttarily l,orcl Branksmero lifts his eyes and I® upou \>ia wiEo, ■ ' *' '" r ^crikii\a was in tlmo to moot youi' train 1 He FWlate," says'Latly BrnnkomeTO, advancing gently to welcome tho now comer that as | I^tos lieta alio ia still on tho border of tho \ Persian rug. 11 or voice in uota una lirm na usual, lioi' colour unolmngod. Nob ho much hb a Maker o£ hov long lioftvy UibIioo batrnya fcha i'not that alio romombova that thla mini standing now botoro hov—with a atoiolam aaarooly ao porfoob us hov own—was hov ohoaon lovor only tlivoo ahovfc months ago I Hov ttuooncom la ao aom ploto, ho utterly without all'orb (apparently) that Brankamovo'draws a bvoath o£ pasalonnto vollof, Ho had almost forgotton whovo ho waa In his oagor oxatnln ntlon.of his wlfo's foatuvos, until stavtlod Into vomom bvanoo by a whlspor at lila aido, , It la aoavaoly a wlilspov oithov, vatho...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

_ TIjo FAT GHILDHEN*) at tlio "Waxworks in Bourko-gtraot, Ja tlio Now Attrnutlon, aiul' is drawing Crowd STbotli Day and livoniiig.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

* Thos. Dougall, old & Silver-smith IMrOlfMIt OW SMbxr mvt) (iMcdvo' - |)Lcdou& Stones, xU, rr7T r £5 Engagoinont Rings J to ( .50103 ( NEWEST AND MOST Wodding Prosonfs < oomplete stook of best ( QUALITY GOODS ONLY DIAMOND & OTHER JEWELLERY Ro-sot & Re-Moiintod in Nowost Stylos BY BEST WORKMEN ONLY. 37Coffiqg-^.E&$37 MELBOURNE. GIPPS LAND LAKES. Rogular dully oommunlontlon botwoon Molbourno ntul all parts of tho Lukes, CHEAPEST EXCURSION IN THE COLONIES. Grout Roduotlon of Euros by William MoCUitlooh mul Oo.'b Lino of Stoamors. Roturn Tlakots from Molbourno for tho Round Trip I— First olnss, £1 Os.; aoooud class, £1 2a. Od, From otlror railway stations at proportionate rates. Tho " Ethol Jaokson " loavos Salo for Balrns dalo dally, on arrival of first train from Molbourno, oonnootlng with tho Burrabnglo at' Paynosvlllo, and transhipping pnssongora at Roshorvlllo, Ouu Inghamo, and Lakes Entrnnoo. Tho Ethol Jaokson Is throo tlmos tho ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

Amateurs, The Essondon and Fleming tlo CJlub will perform Albcrysi oomody, " Tho Two Hoses," wiij ens to, composed of local Indyai mon amateurs, this evening f tho Essondon Town Hall. 1 known names of Messrs. F. ,\ E, A. Jagor, 0. J. Taylor, N. Hi G. H, Sutton nro amongst thef-s . The Amateur DramaticCi;'o) with the Onthollo i'oung Mai gavo a performance in schoolroom, on Thursday, hi Tho plocciohosou was Houcicvii.' Bawn," and amongst the nra: aasto woro those of Miss Kims and Mr, Joyce, Tho perform! aid of St, Ignatius' Building Ft The Magplo Club will ?i" tainmcnt In the Prahron Two tho 11th March,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

Befor'e fshe tJurtaiq. Tum last fow nights of fcho pantomime luivo boon bonoflfcs as usual, though nil things constdorod ^^gpulcl ho (is woll for Molbourna managers to follow tho ox ntnplo of tha host London houses, and huvo no bonollts tit all. Tho ladies and gontlonion to whom tho honollts are ton dorod tiro vary woll paid, and thoro Is no reason why, thoy should tako part of tho profits of (i night's ontqrtalrtmont than that tho hand of a dopartmont in a mor oantllo house should bo ontlblod to tho Hiimo prlvllogo. What Is known as tho bonus systo'm Is a muoli bettor ono, and It was wisely adopbod by tho Baynor Brobhors, In lieu of a bonollb, SciSAKiNGl of tho Baynor Brotliors re minds mo that thoy liayo given tholr oxbromoly olovor porformanaos all through tho sotison under tho most advorso oiroum stanaos. Thoy have boon suffering wrotohod hbalbh ovor slnoo thdlr arrival In tho colony; and night aftor night, when orowdod audiences woro holding tholr sldos at tlioir fantastic drol...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

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Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Thespian Flaneu[?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

Thespian Flaneuj I-Ioyt summoned Lottie Moa'j Pousaarcl) in the District Court clay, for £15 carnage hire.® - '• ■ - stood adjourned for Lottie's genuine illness. AM must always have her carna* while Madame L'Archuluc u the Opera House boards a must perforce appear m thej -day,-on the Collins-street bW Emeue Melville ma! M work in her oniT/ng'o bettreea 1 and St. Kikh, She had a of her, with her account boeii Operas, and all kinds ot 9 You would ahvays see her spf something. But this muff visit to Melbourne, when f-'g begun to como off the ?g .When she hrsfc cninc sic "'J butterfly, in the floodtide m Iler bootmaker once lifted upm in horror as he told me "'stem nt thirty-nine and six, in one 9 Sorrento Books I—cut ti® 1 honsI" J Ijuv, tin) Arcilidiiko, tolls mo that Jin (lie builosqtio of Jilncik lOyocl ifor a yonr, tliroiigliout Client I Tltoy all know tliolr pnrts so bt tlwy lost tbo book, nnd novoi' | The tun was put ft stop to by Jilw notors leaving, nnd it was 6i|iroetlcablo t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

Social. The Rev, Dr, Torrance (Incumbent of Holy Trinity Church, Balaclava), has loft for England with his wife in the R.M.S. Tasmania,1' and during thair absence they have let their house to Mr, and Mrs. Puokle junr, Mits. Altkud - Malleson , (" Stonehcnge," Rich mond), has returned from her visit to Philip Island. Mb, Mubhay Smith intends leaving England on the 22nd of April, accompanied by his family and Mr. and Mrs. CJnlvert, who is his eldest daughter, and has been married during their residence there. Mb, and Mits, Shephabd Laiddey loft Melbourne last^friday for Sydney. ~ ' Mrs. Charles Officer (" Ottawa," Tooralc), and family are at present in Tasmania. JUD&E QuiNLAN, who has let his house in Alma road, St. Kilda, for the summer months, lias returned from Schnapper Point and is, staying with his family at the.Georgo Hotel, St. Kilda. 'y ■ '' - , 'V - A Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd-Jones,, whom many willj remember forJheir' hospitality^and suooessful enter;] tainments, do not in...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 19 February 1886

Engagements, A atA'tiniACtB will shortly take plaoo bobwoon Miss Emma Gomtnoll, of Motboitrno (daughtor o£ Mr, Gommoll of this olty), and Mr. David Oabto, squattor, who has lntoly roturnod from England. The ongagomont la announoed of Miss Austin, (of Edinburgh, Sootland), and Mr. Frank Huntor, sooond son of Mr, Alook Huntor, an old and well-known oolonlat, who la now rosiding In Wlgtonshlro, Sootland. The wedding la arranged to take plaoo in tho beginning of noxt month. Tub engagement la announced of Mlsa George, (daughter of Mr. George tho woll-known Solloltor of Auckland, Now Zealand), and Mr, Edward Kllngondor junr, (oldest, son of Mr, Edward Kllngondor, Solicitor, of Toorak.) The engagement is announoed of Miss Laura Throok morton, (second daughter of the late Mr, Tlirookmorton formerly of this city, and Mrs, E. Wronoh, of " Oara don'! Woolhara, Sydney), and Captain William Terry' A.D.O., to Lord Oarrington, The engagement Is announoed In Sydney of Mr, Oritohett Walker,.Prlnolpa...

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