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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

Harry Lesion's Wedding. Haiuiy Lhs'I'on writes from Sydnoy, giving tho following humorous description of his wadding i—' 2110 Wllllam-stroot, Darllnghurst, Sydney, 21) | 2 | 80. Hear Arioi,—'I suppose you hnvo hoard of my misfortune, via,, taking unto myself Into „ a wtfd, 1. never thought I aould summon courage enough to do such a ruda thing's novartholoss, I find It Is too truo. Tho ceremony took plaoo at tho resldonae of the brido's paronts, on tho .17th, at House vlllo, Rodhoad, near Oharlostown, about 32 miles from Nowcastle. The lady to whom I have entrusted my future felicity laas Miss Florence House, third daughter of Henry Rouso, Esq., of. Housevllle. She Is also the nlooo of Olaronoo and James I-Iaswell, of Newcastle, two vary popular men In that town. My wife belongs to what Is known as tho " giant family," of whioh she Is one of tho smallest, and 'alio Is not very dimlnutivo. Sho Is nearly as tall as myself, and weighs about—well— between sixteen and sevonteen stone. Sho...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

Be oortiiin yon,make no mistake: hBk for aud take'no other but the gouuiue WOLFUJ't) Schnapps. Demaud Wowm's. C*9ar Smokers I RHEINGOLD " IMITATION 18 THE 8IN0EREST FUTTERV." CIGARS. It Jfi on tlila nooount tho Public) is otin« tlonod to 0oo, whon nsIcing for a lUimN\x=req-\ OOJjX) Oioak, thufc onch ono Is branded ( LiU D) In gold, 1 RHEINGOLD CIGARS. Buy only RHEINGOLD Cigars) To mnko Buro of u G OOD SMOlCJj), ARTISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS —seny ana ang— BOURKE STREET EAST. SILVER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. ; GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. TheTHORMER PIANO Contains Moro Valuable Improvements than Any Ofchor Piano of Its Class, and Leaves Nothing to be Deslrecl In Brilliancy and Swootness of Tone and lEleganoo of Doslfjn. None but Thoroughly-seasoned Matoi'lals are Used In Its Construction, and It Is now Generally Rocognised as The only CHEAP PIANO of Merit. | Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. PHOTOGRAPHS AND PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO iklUL AJ)f & Co i Imelb...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Opera in India. THE MELVILLE TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

T§e Opera iq Iqdia. TT.IIfl MI0LV.TXL13 TOUR, (BY ONlfl OH1 'J-'ItlflM.) Many unauthontloatod a tor] oh having from time to timo boon published about the Molvillo Opera Company and Its oifshoots oinoo tho full* Mmillo loft for " India's corn! strands," wo aro pleasod to bo ablo to rooord, at tho Instance of a rollablo correspondent, tho oorroofc facts of their tour, or rathor tho tour of tho aplifc com\x=req-\ panics since thoy llrsfc broko up In Calcutta !—» u Bad management, insufficient capital, and 'oonsoquont disorganisation resulted In our burst up In Calautta. Tho result was tho formation of two companies—ono headed by Molvillo and tho other by Hva Davenport. Mmiolim MiflLviijiiiii's adheronts woro, In chiof, horaolf (as prima donna), Vordi, Walsh, Dovoroaux, Do Bruno, Minnie Fisher (now at tho Opera House, Melbourne), Miss Lance and Miss Mor vino, with Mossrs. Frost and Foldlor as managers, Tim offshoot designated themselves th° "Mnsootts," and eonslstod of—Bva Davon" port (...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
On the Wing. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

On the I b? Atuei'' I AT tho Opera How" cault's old tlvam h(j ()lirpc;o i been revive^ I do n 't ■ ducinganownctcKi[cnl!t_,1lHo I ever hoard ^ , thnt lff but I it® n graced agreeable ,,o«'cr ;5 rrnocl olooutionttlj' J « (til * Sawml ^'V»„ £i -ff and rare quftUnc^ ^ tl|p3eoiJ M:t9H Linoahd proposes to oommonoo hov JflngllHh tour on Miiroh 8, at Brighton. Hor loading man will bo Mr. Loo'nnTd Hoyno, >8ho 1h muoh plouKod with "Slstor, .Mary,".,„bho drama with >;whloh Mohhiu \V, 11 Hon', Harrott and Clamant .Saott hava? supplied hot' 1 ior an at\x=req-\ traotlon. {>■>*< , Sin Aii'Wiuii SraijivAHils meditating1 matrimony and ..tho lady of his aholoo Is jMlHS.CI.orlnulo Ulltnor, fclio Yum-Yum oi! Mikado" at,tho tho FlJIbli Avonuo Thoatro, Now York. Sjr Arthur first saw 1 tho young lady with tho Boston Ideal Company and tlion and thoro vowod that hIio should bo his. and now they aro on« gaged. Slio la said to bo charming and to navo a good voloo. '

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

a pure spirit* 1

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

jlZABETH STREET, (MELBOURNE, J him to soil their CJolobrated ■prices from 15 to 25 per oont, liny other houso in tho colony, (jwitcca every watch for ONE Js-Warrnnts tho proper por\x=req-\ jttte watch, nntl undertakes to Inry repairs during that time |s*',!uul In addition, issues the ISPKCIAI, CEItTIFIOAl'E, yotieurded to any part (if tho FHKK, ItEOISTEItED.) JLtNQ SILVER WALTHAM LEVERS Kxtru Houvy Gcisea. Bil'icr, extra strong onsos, 1 aw! open fnco, full pinto, Innce, 7 jowola In sotting - £8 0 0 Jolance, 7 jowola - -8 10 8 Itiutlou Imluuco, 7 jowols - '1 0 0 limtlou knlniioo, two pnlrs 1**1' 5 0' 0 p.guM bnlimco, 7 Jowols - 8 5 0 Mince, 2 pairs extra Jowols 5 0 0 ■m.itloii luiliinco, 7 jowola- 6 0 0 Tension lmliuieo, 2 pairs N* 0 0 0 to, lull plate, compensation 17 ewols In sottlliB - ■ 5 15 0 *V 'pinto ■ . . . a o 0 i, ilu„ s iialrs oxtra jowols 7 0 0 !An oxqnlsltoly finished aa/sr A wondorful Tluio\x=req-\ koopor. From £0. In hunting or opon fnoo, plnlu or ongmvoil uuhgs, Jtom ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

COMPULSORY CLEARING SALE. at bju:duoe:d pbiojus. Drapery - Clothing - Carpels LA'DllSB OF VI OTOtllA—Kindly boar in mind this Is nob nn Ordinary sorb oil Ohoap Salo. Its is Compulsory bocmuso our Stook is bwioo too largo. The Civil Service and Public Supply Association, nlocltfo thalr reputation bliab tlioi'o lias boon a thorough llovlslou oJ! I'rloas THIS WJ3.13K. Tho Managors aro dotoralnocl to tnako a Final Clloaraitoo boCoro tho arid oE February, A Particular Foatnro lu THIS SALM will bo, that all Whiten* and Autumn Goods OA'EBIM D OYlfltt or Eooontly Purohasod at ltocluood PHouh will again bo RoduoocT £oi* this Salo, bharoCora you will oorao to sou Summoi', Autumn and Wlntoi' Goods oilorad Jlt'om tills data up to bha and o£ Fobruary (our Annual Stocktaking"). . At No Surrender Prices. Ladies kindly remember our Mollo—"EQUITY TO ALL." 1£ wd havo mado any thing over n small porcontago 011 out' Capital at next Stocktaking, you shall again havo anothor Invitation to share otu' suce...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Random Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

Random EiiAOic hiiH tiovor boon Iohh uhocI 1'ov walking cIi'qhhob than lb will bo during fcho aomlng hohhoii, though uiont of tho fiivovlfco wlntor matorliilH, whothor plain, att'lpoil, ,, or craboHHacl, uro pi-atluoocl In blnolc, Whilst there is a decided tendency to have visiting dresses. of a simple and severe style, reception dresses . would seem to be constructed on altogether reverse principles. Some of the latter are of the most extrava\x=req-\ gant—even eccentric designs. Some have plush trains at the back with an elaborate skirt showing through; the different parts of the train being connected by fancy cord and gilt ornaments, Othors have short, bright colored, skirts, veiled in lace, and caught up here and there with wooden buckles, Btudded witlv btftHH or stool pins, Tho vnrloty of now dross fabrics Hoomn to bo oruUoHS ) otioh miooosslvo stodmor brings ntimui'ouH unci ell Huron t designs to thoso ulrotidy shown, A iMtioi'a'Y mutorM cmllad onohmarionno lms wlda stripes som...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

Co. Society, 80 CJOLLIXS STliKKT KA.srJ Opon to tlio I'iiIjIIu S H AE10 HOLDKiigi ^ °UB FlUST Autumn SI NOW OS, •A.11 Goods lmvo boon Pu,, ■Dii'out li'oiu Mniml'ncturor., arothorot'oi'o now Snkl nt Twel For Cont Below all other! Houses, For tlio Convenience of CiwtoJ The New Passenger) IS NOW WORKING. Equitable Co-Oped Society, Limited] (Between tho Town Hall ami Church)* COLLINS STBBJil, Jf Special Important Na D AGG & (X Announoo that they Have '"''Jjl Enormous Discount tor u| mjrs. sizei LARGE STOCK OF LADIES' AND CHILM UNDERCLOTml AND GENERAL I "Worth soma Thousand} ot l'vi i®" Bayors can therefore Tot the Git eat Sale Tins m One Hundred Per Cent. Dim ti-ie noted cash wj GO & CI (Late Mrs, Sixer's) 1 OPPOSITE TEE FOSI Bourke Street, H

Publication Title: Table Talk
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THE HONEYMOON. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

THE HONEYMOON. Fihst Pjiasm !•—"Inoxpt'osaibly happy. Second Piiasm i—Wlmt£shull wo cull oni' homo ? | Tiinra PiUBM i-aoMlngWej, Fouiit ASK :—Is this n clreniu Fifth Phase ;—] Sixth Phase .^Inexpressibly^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

Tlio FAT CHILDREN, at tlio Waxworks, in Burka-itreot, ,1b " the New Attraction, aud la drawing Orovrds both Day aud ETOuing.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

jYoiloo to Subscribers. m tlw ««lMorl|itJon mtow tor TAMiM TaTjK in flfflo/wyi'iirt ot Vlotorln, or to nny of tUaaotonloM i— t'SoiilMi (tiolii'lW 10«, Oil, 8m, Oct. .. .. Sin. Oct, 1,1m " << lo*. oa. ■//*»< mint >40 |wl(! Ill acIvmioo, PoHtrtl ortlowi (tliould bo II!»M», SUUIIIOW mom 11)3 Jltwiioll ntroot, Mob mi iKittM or utiimjw, Vlotorlnu or from any of tlio ll in iwcuptcil it* pnyniout, To Correspondents. nml conrnninlontlomi Intended for iiiHortlon In Taum _(l,l lio mlilwMod to—Tun Jtmvott, Contributions cla« it mi mn rtilo bo roturnod ; but «tll, ovory racisomiblo IJi,nj ri),4|iuo{ will Ijo cmrofully iittoiulod to. Vnn ho inkotiof iviioiiyraoiwoommunloiitloiio, Tlio ttnma it«fclio *vrlt«r iiiiwt bit kIvoii, though nob »iooo«nm'lly ior": Notice io Advertisers. Inujcw for ArtvortlnomonU nro pnynblo to Mr, VAtrman fonlj', NOT I O M. iortln'w niimmiioomf 1 - - ' IDrliMi Dominions,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Chats on the O. P. Wings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

Chats on the 0. P. Wings. By an Oi/d Staouju, .It la an opon soarottlmt Bnvvy Sullivan lilts had moro than ono oft'ar during tho push flvo yours to rovlslt—tho soono, it not o£ hia youth, tit loast, oi! hla triumphs —Molbourno, but stoadfaatly rofuaod nil such ofEora, Some of «s in tho O.P, wlnga, who romombor tho di'araatio art aa It was and aoo it aa It la, think ho Is wiao, Tho old school givoth plaoo to tho now In draraatio performances moro than in any thing olao and Harry had bottor bo oontont with ovations in Livorpoot than limited audionoos at tho Itoyal, where ho wns onoo a god. Sbilli there aro many moro uncertainties than that ho should repeat his old time rants " that woro wont to sot tlio houao In a roar," whon ho controlled tho dostinlos of tho old Theatre Royal, liourko-sfcroet, . Gjsohc4K DaiuiwMj (Priao) and Company have boon iuvColfclng tho Auckland pooplo with melodrama as roproaontod in Liia own productions, and in Jllaat Lynno. Whenever this wretched lachrymose ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

ff Marriage. On tlio liOtli Jmu, fit tlio parish [.ttirr'n, f.mni)oHi, hv tlio Hon. nnrt ltov. Oiwion Poltmm, Ik fiev, lloKiiml<tliuvkoi>,8nmuol 3!dw«i'rt, only won of on, iiml illtflit Huv, Pmmtol Wnldofcrtivo, X.oi'rt MMe, to Alice, youngost iliuiffhtor of CJImi'loa D, the I,onilun nml Wontmliistor Bnnk. i ■bleI^lV' mAlien <i, mo,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

Amateurs. The Foresters' Hall (Queenscliff) last week/was crowded to excess, to withoss the performance of a play called Little Toddlekirvs, which was most successfully got Hp unci uotoit by many well-known milclontH, Including Oaptaln Ind. Tho play, which whh ntoHfc atmiHlng, wa« well j'ooolvocl, the noting Violny qulto worthy ol! tho onbhusliiHtto npplauao unit approolatlon o£ tho aitdionoo. A ouan:d ivmatowv onfcovtalnraanfc, In aid of tho Building fluid o£ tho Oluu'ch oC Bngland, Cppor Maaadon, takes plaoo on Thursday March llfch,, iftfc tho Prahran Town Hull. •,! ,, i- r ; ,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER XIII[?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

Ladi| BtfanJ^mere. By fcho iiufchoi" oJ! " Piivi/JjIJI," " MoUj* BAWN," " Mits. , • , QMOlflCllMYj'' !' Doius," too. OHAPT13311 XIII, " Who eare/ul ooldhathnipt my'pugged f ind A nd in my-faob deep fnrrom aid hath plight ; ' My head bespent with hoary frost I Jlndj"" ■ And by mine eye the oroto hit elaw doth Wright Delight is laid abed, and pleasure pant s No sun mho shlnttsyolouds have all over-oast," , "* * # # * Meanwhile Muriel going slowly up the stairs to tho JDowager'H room fools as though hot' foot are clad with leaden wings, If sho had boon victorious In tho late intorvigw with tho man who had onoo boon so rnuoh to her, It was ooi'tatnly a victory that oost lior dear, How\x=req-\ over strongly sho had hold hersolf at tho time, sho now fools faint-hoartcd enough and uttorly xmstrung. Alas I what sweet hours ho had rooallod, whon lifo meant liberty and lovo, and sho was Muriel only—untitled, unshaoklod, froe I And that last aocusatlon of his had smitten hor sore. I/ad sho wro...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

Table Talfi^. satisfactory to find that the general olootions cltli one oxcoptlon at Boornndara, vtp to the have been conducted with an absonoo of those c personalities, whloh wore wont to turn tho uencles into so many boar-gardens. This is duo cat measure, doubtless, to the fact that the old Ines have boon well obliterated, but it is not ng too much to attribute it in some degree to tho smado by tho community in refinement and ate, . * * * Muuhay, tho hon. and humorous member for imbool, Is among the few luoky " old members," 111 be returned to the Legislative Assembly with position, Mr. Murray is a splendid specimen of lstralian native, both mentally and physically, [ the last session lie attnined quite a reputation nour and he is looked upon as one of the " coming f tho young Australian party, 1 * ■J, G, Duffy, who occasionally exhibits some of Khar's aptness in bestowing epithets, remarked lor clay at Kyneton that the present Government Its known in future as the " papor ministr...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY MARRIAGE A LA MODE. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

fSide Ligpg ' : . OF A U S IB A LI A N S 0 tfi E T Y! ' . . I (jiv lluia^WKi) ■ MAIUUAOIS A LA :MODliJ.' ; ...It may. bo tnkon for gran tod that marrlago la tho ohiof aim of woman's oxlstotioo—-ovon in 1880. Lot : any unman'tod'woman, still on tho right sldo of thirty, who doubts thls-Btntomonfc^ask horsolf whofchor tholifo of an old maid has ■ oharms In hor oyos. HannalvMoro whs an old maid, Sho was loarnod, radmlrod, .and rospootod. How many Australian,girls, on reading, hor llfo, aro soiled with a desiro to' troad In honoollbatd footsteps ? Not one In ton thousand, j I ONCJB/know a famlly'liying ln a noat villa in Soutlj Yarra. Thoy woro>just a romovo or two from.gontool poverty. Tho fathor was a olork In tho olty, and if (tho girls marrlod, tlio lookout of tho family would bo oloarj Tho Sllvorton'a woro not tho roao, you undors'tand, but thoy rubbed shoulders with It occasionally. Mrs! Sllvorton had a slstor who had both monoy and position, Thoro woro throo Sllvorton girls, T...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

OHAPTKE XIV. Ho was so fflad, that I oan not tHejnvss, In no manndro Ms mirth, and Ms gladness, * # * * * Finding tho hall door lying hospitably open ho on tors tho honso without tho usual rat-tat, and travorsos tho hull without mooting a soul. It is so tinlike tho Manor to bo devoid of flesh and noiso, ovon in unsuspected quarters, that thus to find tho very ontranoo silont and deserted suggests to Mr. Paulyn vory sinister possibilities. He goes further j but still no sound falls on his anxious ears. Listen as ho may, thero oomo to him no squoals from tho fat twins, no violent argument in Peter's dulcet bass, no tearful expostulations on the part of Angelica, no indignant remonstrances from Margery. Have they all been spiritod away? Has Madame, tho sister-in-law,, orushod their youthful gaiety 7 Whoro is the riotous band of which ho onoe was enrolled a member? Whoro are tho shouts that rang last year ? A misgiving creeps over the Honourable Tommy. Surely, this deathlike stillness b...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Gurtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

Before the tJurtaiq. Thm Mlkaclo is having a marry run at tho Thoatro lloyal, and it la almost a pity that it will lirivo to bo withdrawn long boL'oro playgoers have tirao to got tirocl oil it, Tt it) not generally known that in writing tho libretto of tho Mikado, Mi*, ailbort'at first intorided to lay tho soono In England in tho roign of Ilonry VIII. Bin it and Amatory King Hal would have figured as tho Mikado, and, of oourso, Mr. Gilbert would havo mado a good doal oil fun out of tho monarch's llttlo conjugal dittloultios. Howovcr, tho braze for ovorything Japan\x=req-\ oso sot in, and Mr. Gilbert—'Who, lllco a wise man, writes mora for monoy than fame—shiftod liis soono and denational\x=req-\ ised his oharaotors. Nothing fancier in tho way of oomio opera has ovor boon soon in Molbourno, and tho stago appointments aro as noar porfootlon as anything can well bo in this sinful world. Mr. G-. W. Anson, a ooraodian "of groat English roputatlon, mado his first ap\x=req-\ ponviinao in M...

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