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

Thos. Dougall, OLD & glLVER-SMITH IMl'OItTEIl 01>' Sxlbcv nnfr <&.(cc.tr.a - pinic, j&tonxs, #.c. ? Engagoinont Rings J to ( J^LJo ( newest and most Woddinfi Proaontsi complete stookof best ( quality goods only. DIAMOND & OTHER JEWELLERY Ro-sot & Ro-Mounted in Newest Stylos BY BEST WORKMEN ONLY. 37(3olTiq^-^.Ea^37 MELBOURNE. GIPPS LAND LAKES. noguliu' clivlly communication botwoon Molbourno and all parts oC tho Lakoa, CHEAPEST EXOUESION IN THE COLONIES. Clraat Racluotlou of Paras by William MoOullooh and Oo.'s Lino oC Stoamara, Return Tlakots from Molbourno for tho Hound Trip i— Plrst aluaa, £1 Oa,; eooond olass, £1 2a, Oct. From other railway stations at proportionate rates. Tho " ISthol Jaokaon " loavos Salo for Balrns\x=req-\ ilulo dally,on'arrlval of first train from Molbourno, aonnaotlng with tho Burraboglo at FaynesvUlo, and transhipping pnsaongors at Roshorvlllo, CJun\x=req-\ litghamo, and Lakes Kntranoo, Tho Ethal Juakeon...

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

Social. Tim Qovornor and Lady Looli hold a rooopfcion on tho evening o£ Wednesday, tho'Hrd imtM nt Govornmont House, Tito onfcorfcainmont was'glvon in honour of Bishop Moorhouso and Mrs, Moorhouso, who will leave tho oolony on Maroh 11th by tho Bengal. LAmr Looh will opon a' salo of gifts to bo hold In tho Sohoolroom, of Ghrlst CJhuroh, Hawthorn, on UM\x=req-\ day aftomooh tho Oth Inst, Tho salo is in aid of tho f unda for repairing tho' schoolroom and CJhuroh, Amono tho doparturos for Tasmania last week from Sydnoy, woro Dr. Fouoart and Miss A. Fouaart, Miss Maaaio, Major and Mrs. Maokcinzio,' Mr. and Mrs. 32. W, Morso, Mr. and Mrs, K. I] vans, " You aro in finitely moro ngrooablo than tiny young lady I over mot," aalcl Johoaoplmt Sunyaldo to Miss Wallaoloclc rooontly, " nncl if you would only taka my arm during our wiuk t should bollovo that Heaven was my portion on oarth." "No," she said firmly but sweetly, "I cannot take your arm, but I will take " " What 1" he asked, nervously....

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

Engagements. Miss Ada.' Ward, the actress, well known in Mel bourne, will-shortly marry Mr. Pears (a son of Mr. Pears, of Pears'Soap fame). This engagement is.announced of Miss Reid, daugh ter of Mrs." Robert Reid, Orong Itoad,'St, Kilda, and Mr. Aflcck, Toorak. ■ The marriage of . Miss Gemmell and Mr, Oato. is arranged to take place.at St. George's Church, Chapel street,'-St. Kilda, on Tuesday, the 9th of Maroh. The'engagrment is announced of Dr. Warren, of Sydney. • ' . ",r .. A mahmow will shortly tnlco phvoo bofcwoon the Honoumblo AUoo Hnrbord, slstor o£ Liuly Gnrrlngton, niul Mr, Mills, oldest! son oil Sir Ohurlos Mills, tlio ominont bnnlcor, wlib is shortly to bo rnlsod to tho poor ngo, ■»

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stella MAYFIELD, SOUTH YARRA, MARCH 3, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 March 1886

Mavi'ihld, South Yaiuia, M Alto It B, 188(1. My Dearest Marie,—! hoar tlmfc tlio socond daughter of a well-known squatter, now gono ovor to the great majority, will shortly bo marrlod. The ^ Sb, Hilda, 1 think, and there will probably bo a very gay woddlng, as the bridegroom* olocb is a rich ISngUshmati, just out from tho old country, * * * I KKMEMUEB hoaring, somo yoars ago, a funny story of one of tho brothers of this bride-to-be. Ho was young and livoly at tho time, and boys will bo boys you know. Ho was staying with somo companions at Soott's. Tho party had boon out " on tho bond," as a Ooltio friend of ours says, ono night, and oatno back to tho hotol In the groy light of tho morning, Walking! along tho corridors thoy passed a numbor of closed bod-room doors, oaoh flanked by tho boots of tho inmate of tho room, God of sloop reigned supromo A suddon idea struck tho horo of my story. He com. munioated it to his friends. In a few minutes thoy had gathorod up all the visible boots,...

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

M, Autumn HJeeting. ! out dny of tho V.R.O. Autumn Mooting at t#n on Saturday lust attracted a largo and iJbio nttcttdnnoo. Sir Honry Loch was present, . I fi0(t|, ,vns tumble to uttoncl. Wo nofcloo Homo fniost fUtmctlvo dresses worn by tho ladles | Alfred Mftlloson, In a oostly toilette of cUrk L,t) jimrio a In mttnyoiv ; tho front opening i jinlo.'fttln skirt draped with flcollo ombroidory, lown of tlio bonnet r/iw richly ombroidorod in jriih Iooj)3 In tho front of dark nncl palo-bluo | A bltio volvot pnr/wol and tan glovos oom\x=req-\ [thc costume. | Aleak Sullivan, In a boooming oostumo of black L over palo bluo silk, and trimmed with blue - A black bonnot, rollovod with pale bluo-blnok ] Ltimsdoii, (n rocont brldo), In n lovoly dross of [silk gauze. Tho front was oomposod of soft Res of gauao, and Inaortlon over a box pleated \l tae snmo, A high oroam plush hat, with ■velvet Ixm'B and bound with volvot, JAfluck, (Toornk), fawn cashmere, trimmed with ||o match. Tho bonnot rollov...

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

Sly-Tape Selling. ITcnv that tho Soyou o'oloolc Closing Act is in foi'oo, wo suppose that ono will soon road in tho newspapers of sly-tape soiling, as wo luivo ot'fcon rond of sly-grog soiling. Xni'aot, anything which a shopkoopor dares to sell at'tor sovon o'oloolc in. tho ovoning will lmvo to bo on tho sly, Now, is not such ft law absurd, not to say tyrannical. Wo could understand suoli an arbitrary lnwboing enacted by. the Emperor of Jtussia, or the Shah of Porsia, but in a froo community like Victoria, it is scarcely credible that such things could oxist, The question, howovor, may bo askod and -with apparent reason, why did not ihc pooplo whom suoh a law oonccrned most—tho shopkeojjers in the suburbs—tako some stops to oppose the passing of it in tile Legislatures. Tho only answer that wo have to give is, that the shopkeepers thought the law so utterly absurd that* they fully boliovod it would never come into force. But, here it is. It lias crept on us unawares, and is now a st...

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

^Hiiirch and Stage. FuA9F.ii, tlio lato Bishop oE [lor, caused a good deal of [in England aotno years ago ppioning the cause of the ami hi? successor, it will be lr«l, gftvo similar offence to |f tho "unco guid" by invit\x=req-\ |, Crcswick to Bishopseourt: H3 cnn remember the thrill limtion with which wo heard that a clergyman in Now II refused to rend the burial jvcv nn nctor, mid the h'earti\x=req-\ Itli which wo joined in tho |n "Uoss tho little ohuroh Itho comer" whose more gon\x=req-\ fcstov Imd no such narrow | religious duty. . Happily we in nn ngo which has re\x=req-\ |liehnn from tho players' occu-' Ihe most oxolusive circles ! open to actors, and .actresses, tviitl M lytiUy is not above recognising' an artist s ( I Quite recently Mr. Irving': refused a ami we huvo no doubt that a much gonor would l)o his for the asking., .In. a |®e a peculiarly English and frequently jtJtooil wljoctivo, actors are now considered., >'e." The Hev, G. North Ash, M.A., • sermon ou "tl\e St...

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

Hints °n SmaiJ fctio l)ootiHQQa0ilf"^r| "1^1 iukI lvvogulnrltlis of auoh aviso from alto LM malformation of that m n.i organ, tho oyo, As ate] so Important, any 2 ,\H aim nsslat to mj« ! ' with ^ In povmlttK tho'ffl S not bo unprolltably 1\ 1 may ovoti bo tho tho ronclor s nttontloii i"VJ Blclovfttlon of tho subjsci, l l hlffhost importance that ncailj ob oota ahould ho c<,uall that tho oya mny (itw.,,* f power of ndjustmont, ThU I donoby tho unaided eye tM possible, but tho shortjlivJ always wear spccUcles m ftl soo at different dlstnnccs t«J lysod, tvntl differ out a|JMlcJ and distant objects will to ,J tho oyo becomes Inflamed froial uso glvo it porfect test and uT wator composed o£ sulphate oil rosowator, 2 ox. Inltatioal llammatlon of tho oyelkU imtJ by tholv being smeared niM onmol's^hati1 bnish, clmrsjcthtjl moat made of red oxide <,! i gi'Si) spormacotl-olntinent l tnclos should only be worn to for any doflcioncy or exceuj fraotlvo power of tho eye.ari ...

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

Marriages. OAimm-RinnntT..—STioiutMN,—A faahlonablo mar riage was solemnised at St, Andrews CJathodral, Sydnoy, on February 211, 'l'lio brldo was Mlas 10, V.'Oonaott Stophona, of CHntra, Potts Point, Sydnoy (grand daughter of Sir Alfrod Stopbon, by whom sho waa lod to tho altar), and Mr. Thornaa William Carro-RiddoU (son of Mr, tf, A,, Onrro.Rlddpil, of Molbourno), tho bridegroom, Tho ohureh looked protty with tho naual decorations, and tho orowda whloh woro both outaldo and Insldo tostlflod to tho popularity of tho brldo and bridegroom. Mlaa Stophon waa attondod by Mlaa ISdlth Busby,,Miss Fthol Smith, Mlaa Theodora Stophon, Miss Floronoo ISdlth Stophon, Miss Nolllo Arnold, Mlssos Sllva and Ruth Radford, anothor young lady, and Maator 333, H, Stophon, Tho agos of tho attendants rangod from <t to 12 yoars, Tho young ladlos mon tlonod all wore drossod In white with orango saslioa, O'DonnmijTj—•EactiMSTON,—A fashionable marriage took plaoo at Oootaraundra, on Fobruary 115. M...

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

East Melbourne Eleotors. peace and peospee1ty has resulted from J, H. KNIFE. Ernest ox or tl on and outlay In originating tlio •Jntorriationai Exhibition, Melbourne, 1880-1, Ho also originated and boro all responsibility of tlio Jubilee HSxhlbiiloii, Jn honor o$ thoNatlvos and Old Oolonlsts of Victoria, KN1PE Is thoroforo tho right man to servo nay Important constituency. Vote for J. H. KNIFE. ST. KILDA ELECTION. Me. m. it. dayies's peahean committee meet every even\x=req-\ ing1 at my ottlao, 72 Ohapel-strcet, opposite town-hall. Qontlomen willing to assist In his otuidldature aro requested to call or send thoir names. Eolls may'bo inspected, wm. paokee, Hon. See. T TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. KILDA. GENTLEMEN,—I propose again soliciting your vote and Intorost at tlio ensuing oloctlon. I trust that during tho tlireo yoars T havo had tho honour of being your representative my actions havo mot with your approval. I shall take an" early opportunity of addressing you In the various divisions...

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

Our Illustrations. In addition to sis humorous illustrated socialities wb? give this week portraits of Sir Charles and Lady Dilke; also a portrait of Mrs. • Armstrong, the Australian soprano, who leaves shortly for Europe. Mrs. 'Armstrong (nhe Mitchell) is a native of Victoria, and received her musical education from Signor G^chi. The J portrait is from a photo by Tuttle and Oo. .

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

THE " K ALI Z OIC," SPECIAL, INDIAN CURTAINS from 12a. Qd. Hand-Made Rugs and Carpets, A Great Number to select from. WSPECXIQ'N 1N.VIT©©. 33 COLUNS-ST. & WINDSOR.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

Dion Boucicaults Marriage. Apropos of Mr, Dion Bouolcualt's re cent marriage to Miss Thomdyke, a youthful member of his company, the veteran playwright was reoently inter viewed by a member of the stafE of the iXtnu York Ilurald. Mr. Bouclcault, it is reported, clad iu a dressing-gown of white woolly stuff reaohiug from his snow-white locks to his heels with a hood attached to the neck, and his head nearly bald, presented a striking resembl ance to a monk. After aomo talk regard ing his Australian tour, ho was asked if there wns any truth in tho statement of Agnes Robertson that ho had never been divorcod from her. Mr. Bouoioault was very reluctant to speak on the subject at all, and kindly, but flx-mly, refused to even make a simple affirmative or negative reply to the accusation. " I have never made suoh a statement," he continued, "" either in the Press or otherwise, and a report that was circul ated about five years ago, when this lady brought a suit for divorce, that I repudi a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Miss Alice Barnett. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

Miss Alioe Barnafl. Till!) Httbjooboi! our IlluHbratlrm on pago 0 la Mlaa Alloo Barnobb, who Is now play\x=req-\ Iriff ab tho Theabro lloyal, In bho Mikado, Mlsa Uat'uobb was oduoatod (lor bho mual\x=req-\ oat profoaaion by Madamo Natalia Maa\x=req-\ fat'i'on, wife oJ! Sir CI. Maodarron (bho head ol tho Royal Aoadomy of Muala In London), and Bang aa an oratorio and ootioorb alngor for sorao yoara, having appoarod In all bho largor towna of tho United Kingdom. Tn 1870 Mlag Barnotli (lrat took to tho abago, and playod " But\x=req-\ toroup" In tho English provlnoos, In ono of Mr, D'Oly Oavto'a Companies, Tn tho autumn oil tho aamo year, Mlsa Bar\x=req-\ notb wonb to Araorlaa wlbh Sir Arbhnv Sullivan, Mr, Gllborb, and Mr, Oarto, and oroabod bho parb of llubh In bho Plrabos ofi PonBanoo, which was specially wrlbton for hot*, Tfc was produood at tho Fifth Avonuo Thoatro, Now York, on iDooombor Hist,, 1870, Having playod bho aoason hi Now York Mlsa Barnolb roburnod bo London to tho Opora O...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

OF LONDON. PH<ENIX FIRE OFFICE, VICTORIAN BRANCH: 0 MARKET^ BUILDING , | R, MAN^IELD^ IA YLOR BY SPECIAL appointment. Chas. OC3-C3- &c 00_, CWrn. "W". OAUG T. Froni"lrthr>i.v ^ (Wm. W. OAUG T, Propi-loboi'), PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS Importers of Drugs, Chemicals, Air and Water Beds, Pillows, do, ' Tho Dlaponalnnr Dopartomonfc In thin ilfotnbllBtimont In ranlotowiHi , nootlon with tlip biiHlnoHS, tho tfrcmtoHt iioauriioy unci rtosputoh lit tho protmr^ ,0011 proaor ptloim und finnlly roulpU tniiy bo rollod upon. Tho LftborftboV nnd Mnnn rnLl^Hlul'.lllH raoontly boon ro-iirmnKod, und tlio tnadlolnon ami uompoumlH oC tlio PhiL^.irw.,.^;. i^u"lofcox3r ,m8 undortho parnoiiul MiporvlHloti of tho Principal. tlio drutfa uinl ohomloulitiim fi1 ni,,l, «,.? {"'fi lm'l>'»'od from tho (li'Ht London murkot, Spooial MosaonfrorB ftro "on" at nil tii, n« L""1"1/ «olouto<1 tolnos tiro rocjulrod In tlio city or ndjolnin« aitbutW ProHo^ptlonH and n ^n(V,luy ^'L0111;,od...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

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Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

C*gar SmQkers J RHEINGOLD CIGARS. "IMITATION 18 THE SINDEREST FLATTERY,» lb Is oil thin Hoaoimt; Uio Public 1h omi\x=req-\ tlonod to soo, wlion HSlclllgfol- tV.ltlf.lli.TN\x=req-\ ctoi/D Out All, that ouch ono la branded (UU l->) In gold, Buy only RHEINGOLD Cigars To mako attro of a GOOD SMOKJi). RHEINGOLD CIGARS. ARTISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS —a*igr axidl 2*9— BOURKB STREET EAST. SILVER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. The THURMER PIANO Contains More Valuable Improvements than Any Otlior Piano of Its Glass, ancl Leaves Nothing to bo Desired in Brilliancy and Sweetness of! Tone and Eloganee of Doslgn. None bitt Thoroughly-seasoned Materials are Usod in its Construction, and it is now Generally Rocognlsed as The only CHEAP PIANO of Merit. Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. PHOTOGRAPHS AND PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO ALLAN&Co MELBOURNE. Miotic j&aiiioqei'ij COMPANY. Wholesale (BUXTON'S) Retail Importers of Drawing Material, Art...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

CHAPTER Xyil. • ; Tha Spring half raised her drowsy head ' jBosjprent taith drifted snow, ' " "I'll mulan April (l«v»»hemld " Wo lands i\f wintry woo," ' Jh\ •odmti—thf whUor'K omtboui-. With shower* that slny and ^ PlmlmUU rmnd your path to tint, To'bo your Valentine, • ' ; It la now oioso upon noon, In tli0 W00(1 I !Hght, awoofc and doliorvto, la pUyliig,llpon tk V ibuda, and th'o groouing branches! 'rhrough tJS jilv ti'oos tho sun is glinting,, making w»tn pvj : colour'upon tho mossy mvarcl, Tho dolU 1 bits of grass avo guy with primroses j'ono tiny hillock ovor yonder la ftU ftoUMwhS j purplo glory of hyacinths aticl bluo bolls, tiJ • touohoa oE oomlng summer in nil tho nlr, In thoifl ;inR loaves, tho dancing rays, tho warm, spring (<■ of tho burf botioabh ono'a foot, ■ l: Tho song of thrush and llnnot greots ono (romfl ibough. The sky is bluo ns bluo enn bo |thowltB sfoathory buds in tho hedgerows nro growing 'hath— : ■ " Put forth a thousand sutklon (lowon I • , To ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

_„i. its marl SonNM'i'8 ns vu Sntin its market.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

£ CD Si 8. tiie jrioan Watch Co.( ILTHAM, MASS., U.S.A., llnK tho impoi'tnnoo of tho Vlo\x=req-\ jan Trado, liivvo mndo spaohil | arrangomonts with lEtfMAjl, ELIZABETH STREET, | MELBOURNE, table him to sell th6Ir Celebrated' ■ nt piiceij from 15 to 25 pur cent; Inn any other house In tho colony. ' ■guarantees every watch for ONE Biat Is—Warrants tho proper por\x=req-\ leuf the watch, mid uiiclortakoH to tc'saiy repairs during that time pcost,mm in uddltlou, Issues the Iv's SI'KCUI, CKHTIiaCATE, yttfmennktl to any part of the (post i'liKK, KEGISTEItED.) ITERLINQ SILVER WALTHAM LEVERS K«olil Muko, Extra Hoavy CJaaoa. J? Silver, f.xtrn strong oiiaoa, Jtiiiji Mill ajit'ii fnco, full pinto, |lkiihiioe, 7 juwula In sotting -£8 0 ill balutiCL1, 7 Jowols - - 8 10 5 16 a o 7 0 Win I'lllHUCl', ( JQWOIS ®inje««itlon linlnnco, 7 jowola » <1 ii»|;ciiiiitloii bulimoo, two pairs Bajewels |pli!e, koM Imlimoo, 7 Jowola - 6 ■Hbiliiiice, 2 pairs oxtru jowola 6 iiiiH'iijiitluii biUiuico, 7 j...

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