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Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

Laij BMfymMa. I By tho author of " VitYMiiB," " Motx^v Haws," " Mita, aaooiriritiBV,*' " Douia," Sea. . OHAFTfflll. X, "Who wast is in many' things tho foo 0/ Mankind t , < For tho wast has no hoyo," . ■ Mrs, Amyot, whon tho Idoa of danelng through tho aftornoon la propounded to hor, la dollghtod with It; ao la Mra. Vynor in hor languid fashion, So indood la ovorybody oxoopt Aunt Sollna I That sour spinator sitting on tho ono hard, uncomfortable chair tho gallery contains—a chair never Intondod for uao, bolng sovorbly ornamontal—looks frownlngly around hor, and waits for tho lnoklosa pauao that may give hor tho oppor tunity of expressing aloud hor disapprobation of tho amusomont in view, Hallcott, who from tho beginning of tholr aoquain tanco, has boon groatly takon by hor, now approaohos hor with a winning amilo, (< You danoo, of oourso, Miss Mttmm," ho says, with beaming artlossnoss, " may I liavo ■" " Danoo I No I" Interrupts .Miss Mttmm, adjusting hor junoo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

V Table U\. [umoured that our Into Governor, the Marquis of [by is engaged to marry a lady from Now South 1 Can It bo truo ? | » * *. . |roude's "Oceana, or Impressions of Australia," I'ous production, Mr, Sorvloo, under the glow rof Froudo, develops Into a philosopher at tho liable of Sir Henry Brougham Looh, IVe all |at Mr. Sorvloo wns on authority on tea and a well as Federation and Annexation, but Froudo recalls what Sorvloo thinks of Perloles and Mr, Sorvloo, Froudo reports, Is not satisfied [are has boon an upward moral progress oorres with tho material progress of tho world, (up hia volumos of Groto's Greece, or perohanae jjs tear, Mr, Sorvloo Is dissatisfied with things |nt, I remembor that Mr, James Smith, of tho [once doveloped tho same .idea in a leoturo ho Ithc Princess Theatre, Melbourne, on " Tho Frog Or," I'noi'DE lived altogether in tho highest society, Jliia Australian experiences. Nothing hut Go , Baronets, and Lords. I am afraid he. was |ng like M. Potion, who was...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

ohaptmh xn. • uiWlmvturnout 'iitim oyot into my wiry tout / v.,« , i A nd thorn I too mtoh blank and (/rained tjjott, At will, nob loavo tholr tinot," What 1ms alio soon ? What hoard 1' Thoro lias boon no moment glvon him In which to roaovor his equanimity. So' that his open porpibxlby ■ is apparent 'to liar, It] appears to ntnuso hor, Looking blob fitlrly In tlio fuoo; alio broaks Into low laugh tor tluit line a touoh of aon-1 tompt In It, r11:-iii ' 1 ' ■■] i " Wall mot," alio aaya, airily, ' ■ j " That of courao, If you allow it,'* returns ho, gal-J lantly, Ho lias roaovorod lilmsolf by thla tlmo nnd! now awaits hor attack If It la to bo mndo, Ho has' studied Mndnmo von Thlrak from n dlatanoo for bhoi last yoar or ao, and lias during the fow days spent now' at Brnnksmora with hor oomo to one or two oonolualona ! about hor. , "Yob you aoarooly soamad overjoyed to moot mo a' momont sinoo," amllot sho, In" hor swift, ourloua fashion. , , "Natural onough. You atnrtlod mo, I might hav...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

GHAPTIQII XT. " X will not lot thoo nlloop, nor oat, nor drink ; JJut I tout ring thoo nuoh a plooo o/ohldlnf/, U'hon ohalt ooo/ohh tho troubled soft mora oaloi," "The Dowager Lady Brnnksmoro's lovo to Lady Branksmoro, and alio will bo ploasod to rooolvo hor tills afternoon." Tho mossago sounds raoi'o llko a com mand than a wlali, and Miu'lol, with a llttlo roalgtiod shrug oi! hoi* shoulders, throws aaldo hor brush and pre pares to oboy It, " I wish I oould go with you—alio la Intovoatlug, as fossils usually aro—bub tho faot la alio abhors mo, I am too largo, too hoalbhy, too lloshy for hor," laughs Lady Anno, wheeling round on tho piano stool, "I look out of plaoo in that ghastly old room of hors." " I oan't soo that you aro moro robust than Madarno von Thlrsk, Yob sho boloratos hor," says Murlol, with a lcaou glanaa at hor alstor-tn-law, " Sho adoros lior," oorroots Lady Anno. " Thoro Is somo tromondous bond bobwoon thorn j 1 don't quite know how tho friendship .arose, bub lb bogn...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

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Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Amateurs[?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

Amateurs, I Thb Essondon and EJemiugto tic Club had a most sticcess/a! c night on Friday evening for l»;j season, Albery's sparkling aiiiiisis comedy, " Two Roses/ chosen, and performed well thrc^ Mr. Hayden, ns Digby Grant, v pompous onough in his manner. J. Taylor, as Jack lVyntt, mi «l indeed, Mr. Martin, as Our ifr./J was excellent and took well. ik.S as Mr, Fumival, was rather s'M A, Jager, ns Caleb Decil, was *r professional, and played hisparcwelJ Jager, as Ida Grant, was rer.vpwij and perfect in her part, Ife' made a good Mrs. Caps, and lift as Our Mrs. Jenkins, was RciaiirarlJ quite unrecognisable to kerisasdi friends, . Miss Chapman, ns !• was very pretty and loveable,: much ability. The stage was r.i^ the sccnory and effects wore the camady ran smoothly tl" The pretty lmll was crowdcl enthusiastic audience, aw' fnotion was expressed by «"■ the olub a very successful ses-1'3.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stella MAYFIELD, SOUTH YARRA, FEBRUARY 25, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

MAYVijai/D, South Yaihia, FjjJJItUA'itx 20, 1880. My Dili a kiwi' Mabijo,—I wont to soo tho Mikado on Saturday night I novor laughed so mudh in my life, It is tho moat dolloioua plooa oil foolary that has over boon plaood on Molbourno boards, I think it is oiovoror than oithor Plnnforo or Patlonao, moro original atloaat, 1'ho Boyal was pnokad, Somo pooplo waitod in tho stalls for an hour and a qunrtor boforo tho performance began. Frank Boylo was a groat miss. W. H. Harri son, who took his part, sang fairly ; but lio aatod as if his " kind oonaont" to booomo tho " sooond trombono " had boon drawn from him by wild horsos. Howard Vornon -Is tho Lord High Exooutlonor, I-lo doesn't aot tho part. His singing of " Willow Lit Willow " is tho funniest thing I havo hoard for a long tlmo. * * Alloc Barnott Is most disappointingly tall, Ono doesn't oxpaofc " Swoot Llttlo Buttercup " to bo flvo foot ton. She doosn't rise superior to bouquets, ns sho ro ooived a lovely basket of whlto flowers an...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

Social. Loud and Lady Oarrington, with the Hon. Judith Harbord and suite, have accepted the invitation of Mr. J. M. Purvcs and Mr John See, who propose to take them a trip through the Clarence district, H.S.W. The trip will last a week, and the date fixed is May 8. Among the fashionable departures from Sydney for Tasmania during the last week may be noted the names °f Mr. and Mrs, E, G-. Russell, Mrs. Wren oh and Miss Throgmorton, Mrs. GL B. Simpson and Mr. Simpson, jun. .. Mns, Bent, wife of the Hon. Thos. Bent, leavos for England in April. Mrs, Bent is one; of the principal workers in conneotipn with the Women's Hospital Bazaar, and will not resign her position till immediately before her departure. LOUT) KI5UTU3, A,.0,0, to 1,01(1 CVviluuioTri Hunt on ii visit to Now 'Zealand, ' Ul" Tins Gratia United Order o£ t'loo (iWl| , I hold a Plain and Fancy Dross Ball lu titm'j Building'on Friday, April UOtli, ',u' Tnw Howo Orosoonb Booloty hold SoclaUm < in the Howo Oi'QHoonb ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Before the Curcain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

BefoPe the CluPfiaiq. /Looking- baolc moro yoars than wo oaro to montlon, wo oan rooall a long sorlos of --brilliant troupes at tho Thoatro lloyah I1 lib managomont of Harwood, Stowart, Ilonnlngs, and CJoppln was always dis tinguished for Its oxtromo liberality, but It lias boon loft to Williamson, Garner, and Musgrovo to show us that tlioro aro possibilities of nohlovmont of wliloh no body In tho old tlmos 'ovar'droatnt. " Mr, Williamson" said Miss Gcmaviovo Ward, to a San ITranolsoo Call intorviowor tho other day, " is tho most liboral managor 3 ovor mot,'and Lion, Rouoloault to tho contrary, notwithstanding," This flatter ing onoonium of tho groat aotross will bo ondorsod by, most pooplo who havo lind btisinoss transaotldns with tho trlum virata, Having said so muoh, wo oan bostow no greater praiso on the porform anoo of Tho Mikado on. Saturday night than to rooord our opinion that nothing bottor lias ovor boon soon at tho Royal, It roally roquiros, no groat strotoli of imaginati...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

IMPORTANT NOTICE! AFTER THIS WEEK "TABLE TALK" WILL BE PUBLISHED Every Thursday; Ask your Newsagents for it early Next Thursday Morning,

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Our Illustration. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

Our Illustration. In this Issue o£ Tabi/k Talk, wo glvo tho portrait of Mr. Henry Brltton, formerly of tho " Argus," who ia one of the candidates for Oastlomaino, and gonomlly eonsidorod the legitimate suoaossor of tho Hon. .lames Sorvioo,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bi. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

Bi. Tun word "Omnibus" has como to bo looked upon in the.light of the nominative case singular of a noun substantive instead of the dative or ablative case plural of the word " Omnes." In short, as Mr. Mioawbe r would sny in one of his bursts of confidence, it means a.'Bus. This being so, and having due regard to the fact that the word " busses " signifies the repetition any num ber of times of the process known as oscillation, it follows that the plural of Omnibus is Omnibi, which being shortened beoomes Bi. Hence the heading. The Victorian 'Bus is a unique'animal; and qui to distinct I't'oin others ol' the spooioa which are to ho found olsowho.ro in the hiibltnbla globe. Jin tho first plnco It holds—or la con structed to hold—I'owct' passongors with losa com fort than any othor known vohlclo,, with tho exception, porhaps, of an Adolaido tramoar, No ooncUtotot' la provided 5 but In Ida place la an' immonso and hideously hoavy door, hnmovablo by any but tho moat strong-mindod fomalo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

Holdsworth & Smalley Surgical and Mechanical Dentists, (At ISforris &. Co., cRisuaista,) 70 CHAPEL-ST,, PRAHRAN, ; -■*' -Opposite TOWN HALL.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

Engagements, The engagement la announooct In Hobart of Miss Edith Chambers, oldest daughter, of the late Mr, Frank Chambers, a woll known colonist, and niece of Mr. F, E, Godfroy, of Molbourno, to Mr. Fisher, E.N, (1st lieutenant of H.M.S, Miranda). Miss Chambers, who Is now a resident in England, is only paying a short -visit to the colonies. The ongagomont Is announced of Miss Clara Lyons, sooond daughter of Mr. Charles Lyons, formerly of Ballanoo, and grand daughter of the late Oolonol Anderson, to Mr Hill, The engagement is announood of Miss Stephen daughter of the late Mr. Elmslio Stephen, and M,» Neville Oharlsley, both of Molbourno. A MABBIAGE has beon arranged between Captain Arthur St. George Fronoh, ddtli North Staffordshire Eogimont (eldest son of Mr. Charles French, Clooni quin, Eosoommon), and Miss Maud Isabel Koblnson (oldest daughter of Sir William Eoblnson). .The engagement is announced in London of Mr George J, Barry Hayter and Miss Miram Drummond (daughtor of Mr. M...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stage Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

Stage Gossip. Tub divorced wll!o ol! Harry Sullivan's son Is abouti to star In Amorloa, boglnning In Brooklyn, Adolutdo Stanhopo Is lioi' narno, Sho Is a mnturo blondo, with a swoob faoo and a llguro ol! lino linos, Slio has a romantic story, and most of lb Is vouched Dor, Tho old Ifngllsh Stan hopos,<ol! whom sho Is a llnoal dosoondanb, objoobod to tho stage, and sho mado hor ddbut as Miss CI ray, at a Loudon thoatro, whoro sho playod ^ullot—o£ oourso, Sho was In Amorloa as Adolaklo - Stanhopo fourtoon years ago, with Wyborb Roovo( Sho wont again about 1870, and thon was Mrs, T. Amory Sullivan. Latoly sho has boon tho loading support to Josoph Jofforson, Hor play will bo " Gypsy Oyntha," announood as now, bub It Is Buokstono's " Flowors ol! tho Forost" In disgulso. That drama Is noarly forty yoars old, and has nob yab oubllvod its usofulnoss, J, M, HtU Is said to lmv0 had a rovlval of it In oontoraplatlon. Miss Stanhopo playod in San Franoisoo somo yoars ago, One of tho ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

Marriages. Manning—'Boss,—A fashlonablo woddlng took plaoo at Christ Church, Sydney, on Fobruary 17. Tho brldo was Miss Marlon Ross (daughter of tho Into Mr. Itoaa, atu'goon), and tho brldogroom Mr, W. A. Manning (oldoab son of Mr. 'Jamos Manning, of Veotla, Double Bay, and nephew of Sir William Manning, ono of tho judges of tho Supromo Court of Now South Wolos.^ The ohuroh doooratlons woro oxooodlngly boautlful, flowors and forns woro arranged ovorywhora with groat profualon. Tho bride's droaa was of ivory satin, with square train, trimmed with laoo and orango blossom. She woro a wreath of orango blossom and tullo voil. Tho four bridesmaids woro children, tho Mlssos Rouse (2), and Mlssos Garnsoy (2). Their dresses woro of oream Indian muslin, with rod sashes and flowors Thoy also oarriod protty bnskets of flowors. Mr, Evelyn Manning was tho groomsman, Tho marriage ooromony was performed by the Vioar, tho Rov. Mr. Garnsoy, from whoso houso.'the bride was marrlod After tho ooremony, ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

OF LONDON. PHiENIX FIRE OFFICE.™ VICTORIAN BRANCH: I) DUILDINO , j R. MM^Ifc'LU ^ IA YLOR, BY SPEOIAIi APPOINTMENT. Chas. OC3-C3- <Sc OCX (Win. W. OAUG T, Propviotor), PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, Importers of Drugs, Chemicals, Air and Water Beds, Pillows, do,, Tho Dlaponaingr Dopartmont In tutu E«tnbUHUmont 1m voplotowlth ovory rofiiiUita in onii nootloli with tlio buHliuiHH, tho KraiitoMt uoouriioy ami clOHpatoh Itt tho preparation ot phynlolaiiH KVnarit'liitlntiH mill film IIV I'noltitH nmv I in nilli.il mm... rm... - - -- «'i.iin IlllIU run mm. ...iy........ .... i»u., rajjuuiiw moBBpngOrS IIVO ROIlt lit III) t 11108 II tflO (hlV VJl.n i toluoH ut'u rarftilrafl In tho olty or adjoining1 HttburbH, Froaoripfciona and Cirri«i!«i tj~LJ1 ' i* Urottgh tho pout li'oin uomitry ami miburlM, nro oxooutod anil forwarded Immediately, ^oooivod Chas. Ogg & Co. (Wm. W. Caught, Proprietor,) 117 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELBOURNE. TELEPHONE NO. 525. ' U XX^ 111 Hosirog that .the pub l...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

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Publication Title: Table Talk
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Hints on Speciacle IT ho[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

Hints on! I'U has boon tvwVy tcnwiVoll tho boonw ooutovtuil on isvl hoIouoo. nono oxool nml fWV( "I correcting by optical tuicl irregularities of the »1a|1 buoU aviso from altomtlim 1^*1 malformation of that mwt ,1 organ, tho oyo, As sight lmtT 80 important, any mennj A can assist to preserve It m«L with satisfaction, awl a low titfjl iu. perusing tho following"llisl nob bo unprotltably cw\.bj(,l may ovon bo tho mm (i 1 tho reader's attention to a pi Blciovntlon o£ tho subicct, UtJI hi ghost importance thntncantfl objects should ho equally «vJ 4 i«i. t.his nvo mav iitdw.iw. liil that tho oyo may present f,l power o£ adjustment, 'thh r" done by tho unaklod eye alow,*1 nosalbln. a"' possible, but tho .Portia always wouv spectacles lyaod, and dUEoront mp, ,1 and dlstaut objects will be,1 -I tho oyo becomes lnllnmcd from J use glvo It perfect rest end ,J wator composed of sulphate o( Irritftli'j1 rosowator, 2 or,. Wtau flammatlon of tho eyelids mart* A by thotv being smenred nivbtlr 1 o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 February 1886

VICTORIA RAGING CLUB. ■THE CHAMPION MEETING. Tina 10NTUUDS AE1D Tirifl LAllOIMST _ ■ lflVJOll MADID. ' Champion Stakes. j Champion Stalcos. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27. Essendon Stakes, 1 o'clock. The Asootvale Stakes, ' 1.45 o'clock. The St. Le&er Stakes, !J o'clock. ^Newmarket I-Iandioap, 3.45 o'clock, The Hopeful Stakes, 4,30 o'clock, Brunswick Stakes, 5.15 o'clock. THURSDAy7~MARCH 4. Corinthian Cup, Slros' Produce Stakes, ITuvdlo Raco, Australian Cup, Stoopleclmsc, Tho Bourlco Handicap. SATURDAY, MARCH 6, Maiden Stakes, Nuraory Handicap, Autumn Handicap, 'JClio Oh amplon Stakes, All-aged Stakes, Free Handicap. Trains will leave Molbourno for the Raaeoourso at 10.80 a.m., and thereafter as often as may bo required until 2 p.m. SPECIAL TRAIN'S at 2.80, 8, Jc 8.80. Pares—'First-class single, 2s ; second class, Is Od. First return, 8s, j sooond, 2s, Omnibuses will run from the office, 100 Bourke-streot oast, to tho course, com mencing at 10 o'clock a.m. Fares, Is 0d.' The arrangem...

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