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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

Wo know tlmt Wor/KK'H SansAWH Js a first olftBS arttalo, and can recommend it as such to our reudors.

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

IVolioe to Subscribers. I i , ti.o mibMrlptloii niton for Taiimo Talk in S' w'ini'lOTt»t Vlotoi'liv,or tottnyof tho oolottloH t—. fw lflH, Oil, J«r •• '* 0«, Ocl, fcritln •' " ' leoloul^. JuolucIliiK jiostnffo., ^ ^ gin. Od, ifntlii • • " •• '' '* '* 10,,' ILm mint bo wild I» mlvnnoo. Toatnl oriloru should b° R / jmmb uhodhkYi Ilia Hutmnll straot, Mol\x=req-\ Inluiot^ nf ntnimiH, VlotorJiui or tvom imy of tho jtlll bo (tcocjito (I iis imymojit, To Correspondents. Lmul commii'ilontloiin Intoiutod tor limortlon In TAiir/ig til,IVo (iililrossoil ta—Tltli lipi'VOU, Contribution!) do\x=req-\ Kotmn f»lo 1)0 returned I u»t "till, ovory rofwoniiblo film! KJi'ret will bo onroftilly ntiomlod to. bcmi ho takeii of ftiidiiymoua oommiiiiloutloiid, Tho nnmo Jolilio writer must bo fflvon, thoiitfh not Hooowmrlly for Notice to Advertisers. vvm lor AilvortlsomontB nro jmynblo to Mr, MAVmcn NOT I OB. lot Advertisements of Blrtha, JdavviagOB, nml lis 3s, for Tliroo I.lnos, nntl Oa, por Xjlno nftorwurd...

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

On the Wina. By Ariel. Mb. FbAnk St, Glare, a well-known English manager, has secured St. George's Hall for two months, commencing the I7th April next, when he will produce some of Byrns and Burnarid's best-known burlesques with an exceptionally strong burlesque company, including Mr, John Xi. Hall, who has not appeared in that line in Melbourne for some twelve years, and Miss Amy Horton, one of the most popular aotresses that has ever visited Melbourne. We may safely predict a successful season if the ^ptppany is as\x=req-\ strong in comparison with',the loading artists. Mr. Hepburn, lately manager for Mr. Harry Rickards, .will be business manager for Mr, St, Claire. Latest advices from London state that Madame Eugenie Le Grand is a passenger by the Sutlej to Australia. She left' Brindisi' on 22nd February. A JIMUoyfcl gumtucl tholr hoiukiu n Wytlnoy, on Hitturday iInd was vopramWfi* <■ J. ho Oomimuy luolmlrc \. Tlthoi'ldgu, H, «mvo, J), Huvoourt, jf, !.l l-ithoL Apploto...

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

bands and Wives. loniiousK lins never givon »to sentiments at ouco moto Jul moro pnthotio than those 111 lie referred to his wife's | while thanking tlio Indies of [lor their address und proson\x=req-\ Jlrs. Moorhouso. .The Bnring his career in the colony essentially a worker, and ho I furtnnnto in having stioh n ft as his wife, Through tlio [the trackless bush, in the |lio-[i;talitie3 of tho Victorian I Cl-nut, mid the worry and [of diocesan supervision, in fcss labors of charity in which |oi) has taken an active part, lorhouse lins ever boon, at .his liistain him with her presenoo, |sel him with her advice. It |113 thnt there is something; , 'intho spectacle of a man holding the |«1 position of Dr. Moorhouse standing a distinguished' and brilliant audience open testimony to the ■ devotedness P of his wife. Ordinary men who owe I worldly success to their "wives, are as a pr ashamed to ncknowlodgetheir indebt\x=req-\ Men of commanding ability like Dr. ?5cion the other hand, so asser...

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

FIRM IN LONDON I FIRE IN LONDON ! FIRE IN LONDON ! nvcoxT2^nsri3src3- senilis i BLACK DRESS GOODS ! BLACK CASHMERES ! BLACK MERINOS ! Many Hundred Poundu Worth 20 por Cent, Under tho Valuo oJVorod you by any other Draper In Victoria. THE CIVIL SERVICE AND PUBLIC SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, LYGON & GRATTAN STREETS, OARLTON. .A. B^-XjDEO OIF1 BLAOK O-OODS I I-Ihh commonood tills day, and will bo oontlnuod tor 14 days. 80 Ploooa Blaolc Caalunpraa, 44 In. wide, 47 Piooos BlaalcPlgd. Lustoi'rf with a wlilto tlu'oact running through bho pabtorn, oxbra hoavy, la. lid. per yard ) wall worth Hs, fid. 00 Ploooa Blaolc Fronoh Morlnoa, puro wool, la. l td. por yard j worbh Ha. lid. 19 Ploooa Fro noli Blaolc Satin Olobh, 7id, yard j woll worth la. 2d. (JO Ploooa Boautifiul Blaolc Sorgo, vory wldo. yory bright, 8id. por yard; woll worth 1b. 4d. SPECIAL NOTICE 1 SPECIAL NOTICE 1 SPECIAL NOTICE 1 FIRE —In a'HM aokounicD Djspahtments— FIRE Tlio Rosiduo o£ tlio Sax/v Accra Stock, from Old Cliango Lon...

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

Marriages! Rtrssmijli—-WlliXiIAMS.—A fnshionnblo wedding took plaoo at St, Paul's Ohuroh, Wellington, Now Zoaland on Eobxuary 20, 'l'ho bxldogroom was Mr, Arthur Edward Russell, third son of Oolonol Russoll, Torquay, England, of the 58th Roglment, and well known In ■Now Zealand, and Miss Ethel Alloo Williams, oldost daughter of Mr. T. 0. Williams, of Thornton, Now Zoaland. The marriage coromony was performed by MISS ALICE BARNETT. Photographed ou the Wood at the "Vita" Studio. the Rev. J. Still, assisted by Rev. F. Parkes. The ohuTch was decorated with more than tisual floral ex travagance. A crimson oloth was laid down the aisle, ■which was strewn with flowers as the wedding party passed out, The bride's dress was of ivory satin, trimmed with Brussell's lace and pearls 5 she also wore a pearl nocklet and locket, and carried a large bouquet of stephanotis, heath, and orange blossom. There were ten bridesmaids : The Misses Maud, Hilda; Rifle, and Eila Williams (sisters of the bride) ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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
Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY A CHAPTER ON FLIRTS. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

$ide Ligpg . OB" AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY (BY BUirifliMR.) A OHAPTHB ON FLIRTS, Most mon, all womon, flirt. Xhova aro, of ooui'so, nil sorts and conditions of fllrta-: from tlio fast youtig lady who afEoots oloao oroppod hair, n. hard folt htvt and a still! collar, to the protfcy, modoat syron—a far moro dangerous typo—who " tromblos hor fan In ft swaotnoss dumb," and looks unuttorablo things out of hor mild bluo oyos. Womon flirt moro thftn mon, partly boonuso they hftvo loaa to oooupy their minds, and partly bo\x=req-\ oauso thoy trout tho mnttor moro ait grand gdvleuai, A properly managed flirtation may load to a marriago, To bo a first olass flirt requires considerable talont and no small dogroo of spirit. Somo girls boat a rotroat tlio first timo tholr Angora aro burnt. But thoao aro quito third-rate flirta. Others koop up tho gamo for n short »timo and tlion rotiro. Thoso again would novor tako i honors in flirting, : /•: : 1 Youit true flirt is a salamander as regards sparks, and i...

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

Use the lilth Parliament of Victoria will -bo licst on record. Juat imagine tho phalanx of [macliiries of about ten thousand horso power,; t masters In tho ait o£ vituperation and. mud\x=req-\ t that the Coalition Ministry will have to faoe.; Lmison, 0, E. Jones, J. 33.. Patterson, L. L. |v, 0, Smith, and Molntyro are quite atrongj L make it uncomfortable ovon for thostrongest' fcent. But there nre others who, although they, i in speech and know how to behave them-; iuch men, for instanoe, a9 Mr. James Munro,! ■Quick—could make it very warm for the Ooali-! Ibtry. 1 predict that.the present Government: |su|iMsodcd, at no distant elate, by a Munro-j In Ministry, 1 * I * * ItoW that Mv, Jamos Mirama offered to make a; loan oncleotlon day, that lve would head tho( plingwood by a thousand votes, How decep-j i ballot box la, You can never tell what tho, ■ill be " until the blue lights are up." »K, taking nvorything into consideration, that been Professor Pearson I should not have la portf...

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

, CHAPTER XVI. " Frowning they wont" Mrs. Billy is still laughing over May's revelation of Peter. " Poor Peter," she is saying, " what a shame to betray him. He certainly does say fanny things at times." " Not so funny as Diok," breaks in Blanche, airily, who thinks she sees her way to creating a sensation at least equal to May's, "Ha told us all about you before you came. But I don't think he could have known, beoause what he said wasn't a bit like you." " What did he say ? Was it too flattering a picture he drew ?" asks Wilhelmina, laughing again. " Blanche I" calls out Dick, who has grown very red. " Go fetch me my fishing rod from the don, and 1'IL go and get you some .trout for your breakfast to-morrow." " Not until you have given me Dick's portrait of me, drawn from his inner consciousness," says Mrs. Daryl, mischievously. " Now begin I was " Tall,—very—very big," nods the child solemnly, " And you are quite little after all. He said too that you would be a dreadful woman—a so...

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

Bran^metfe, jihorot" ritri,bxe," "Mot.tr Bawn," » Mica, " vohib," tea, CHAPTER XV, mfititli wow what octmo into Ms hoa<l,V [ll It Is only Mrs. Billy horsolf who meets thoir jt Mrs. Billy, gowned In a charming cos\x=req-\ tvhlto sorgo, and nocotnpnniad by Dick, Her 3 Is wreathed In smiles, nnd oho aocosts Mnr\x=req-\ ■nlte ii nwllnnt faflltlon. [etc, Mog, 1'vo got ft roftl good thing to »' [li slio stops short, nnd tho good thing is lost She stnrei onqulrlngly ivt Tommy, who Is returning tho attention, having hie round jd immovably upon her, At last Mrs. Billy Sho smiles brondly. j'don't help mo Mog," sho says with a little K" Tho situation I linvo no doubt is full'of in\x=req-\ lit aj yot I am mthor in tho dark, Is this," Iccond swift glanoo at Paulyn,. "another of pnsjmon?" squestion, uttored In tho airiest manner pos\x=req-\ lr. Bellow—who up to this has maintained a gorged with dynamite—breaks into a short laugh I It ends almost ns it began, and |take3 tho sllghtost no...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] on the O. P. Wings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

^Bon [lie 0. P. Wings. |br as Old stager. loOREis being vudolv oonvlncod ict that tho ways of theatrical iate not all tho ways of pleasant\x=req-\ all their paths of peace, «o\x=req-\ [bieaking down in hoalth of tno una, ft court cmc for aarriagQ ch ii disputed ; the discharge ot the comedian, tho merits of to be sifted in a court-house ; Dean (tho stage manager), 'the tenor), and Gordon, (the have been discharged, and are :t«l with their legal advisers, rat writs for damages, : Ueax's story is that he ad\x=req-\ employers upon the Friday |that as the principals had only days to study their parts in [ Xoirs, and wore then imper\x=req-\ : piece could not be produced, fcu Moose insisted the piece should P on Saturday night, and there [discharged the three, installing 1 in Eteunir's character (which tally played), and promoting a Ito Gordon's position j Appleby Ben George Dean's part of stage L Of course theTo aro always Is to every dispute, and very if' Moore will have a different Bel...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

. CHILDREN, nt tho Wnxworks, In It, is tho Now Attrnotlon, nnd la ' Till both Day nml Eronlng,

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

Fashionable Marriage. OA TO—ClKMMilOLtj,—A most Cash lonablo and mimorotiH oongrotfatlon nHsamblod at Sfc. Gaorgo'a Church, JUaat St, Kllda, bo witness tho marrlago o£ Miss Mranuv Glom\x=req-\ motl (third. daughter oi! tho Into Mr. Glommoll), and Mr, Onto, on Tuesday last, tho Oth oil March, At throo o'olook punctually; tho brldo arrived, and oamo into tho ohuroh loaning,' on tho arm of hor brobhor-in-law, Mr, Lamb Smith, at\x=req-\ tondod by four brldasttialda, tho MIshoh Turnor, lloboi'taon and Sloano, Amongst tho guosfca' woro i—Mrs, GornmoU (hot' mother), Mra, Lamb Smith (hor'aiator), Mr, and Mrs, William Eankm, Mis and. Mrs, Sloano, Mrs, Dal. Oampboll, Mlas Hopburn, Mrs, John Oampboll, Mi', and Scene at a Ooncjisht in the Zoological GA"rdbn9 Miss Obstinate : Oh, yea ; indoed I can uncork it myself, You men think a womtin can't do anything. Now, i'll surprise you. Mrs. Robertson, Mr. Robertson (junr), the Misses Lane, Mr. and Mrs. J, Grloe, Mr. and Mrs. E. Grloe, Mr, and Mrs. W....

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

5 Thos. Dougall, old & Silver-smith IM^OttTKll Oil" j&llrcr ivnb (£.(cdxci' - ^Irocious Stoma, tit, r-,- - ■- JO^^' ~ Engagomont Rings J _ ^ to ( £105 ( newest and most Wodding Prosonfs < oomplete stook of best ( quality goods only. DIAMOND & OTHER JEWELLERY Ro-set & Ro-Moiintod in Newost Stylos BY BEST ■WORKMEN ONLY. 37^ oIIii]^-0ti.Ea^t 37 MELBOURNE. GIPPS LAND LAKES. Regular dally oonrniunlontlon botwoon ATolbauruo and nil parts o£ tbo Lakes, CHEAPEST EXCURSION IN THE COLONIES. Groat Ilocluatlon of Faros by William MaOulloah and Oo.'s Lino of Stoamors,. Roturn Tlokots from Molbotirno for tbo Hound Trip:— First olnss, £1 Os.; suootul class, £1 2s, ad, Prom otbor railway stations at proportionate rates, Tlio " 13thol Jaokson " loavoa Sato for Bnirns- I dalo dully,oil arrival of first train from Molbotirno, j connecting with tlio Burraboglo ftt Paynoavlllo, nuil transhipping paaaongera at RoshervlUo, Oun\x=req-\ inghamo, and Lakes ISntranoo...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]e the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

Lrlty of Hio Mikado nb tho bvitl ii|>|»i'nw to bo on tho in\x=req-\ Z tluw on tho warn. Tho Lr melodies with whloh tho Q iiro nlromly beginning to I in tlio streets, and «t no ells\x=req-\ l,vc mav expect to hour thorn on tlio por/pntotlo organ. in tliclr plionomoiml attaooss, 1U Sullivan's works tiro opl\x=req-\ _i their effect i tlio contagion of! Lful luimorlsiiscHtoliing, Miss I Jiiiiijlm curries off first honors. > f.itvcnio, of h'Iioiii wo liavo rill jcmorlcj, wns something liko Rett In stylo ; but, taking tho Joiiml. wo Imvo soou no mioh ox\x=req-\ IcQwic npera on this side o£ tho it nnyrato. Mr, Vornon has Jtwrnierfiilly ns nn actor slnoo Ihh lirjt Ijow to a Molbourno [hikI Ms assumption o£ tho high IoIIIoIaI Is cjuita a ohavator por« i tvny, Miss Nelllo Stawart and /ire nlw admirably suited in ;(ivt} rofoa, ftiicl tiio otiior lnciios [wion In tlio plooo are all admir\x=req-\ Xo .inch staging—and tho :l In Its bronifcub sonso—has J seen lioro, nnd it is to bo ro\x=req-...

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

Co 80 00LL1NS ST11KKT KAs ■Opon to tho Public At S H A BH HOLDKlls' i'n OUR FIUST Autumn Sin NOW ON, All Goods lmvo boon Direct from Manufacturers, arotlioroforo now Soldnt Tst, Por Oont Bolow nil oils Houses, 1' or tho Oonvonionce of Cwtct The New Passenpij IS NOW WOJIKI.VC. j Equitable Co Society, (Between tho Town Hall Church), COLLINS STREET, JOHN 1852] established!!®! SOLE AGEN For tho unrivalled m a p (Snwir iini) Mprinljt ffaj "With Fatont Ko3osa!o| KAPS' GRANDS and UPm KAPS' GRANDS and WWf KAPS' GRANDS and The Celebrated w € PIANOS\x=req-\ Famous for thoir Qua"^ 'ma of Toiie. ..1 Unsurpassed for Dhm 1 ^ rinimesJ. ■ IN ALL STVLf VOGEL PI01 . VOGEL PM®| I VOGEL PW L«u«oV,u'ioiy»^£I,!":!] Oasli, or mr No, 2 Hansk.v'3 •LITTLE COLLINSSTJJ Next Colonial ^

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

Social. Sir Hbnry and Lady Loch entertained about SO guests at dinner on Wednesday evening, Marah 8, in honor of the departure of Bishop and Mrs. Moorhouse. After, dinner Lady Loch also held an At Home," which was strictly musical, the drawing-room only being used as a reception room. Refreshments were served in -the dining-room. About 700 guests assembled. : MltS. Moobhouse held a farewell reception at the Deanery, on Friday last j and, to judge by the number of ladies and gentlemen who embraced thia opportunity of wishing her\bon voyage she will be sorely mia«ed) both in the capacity of the Bishop's wife, and as a member of Society. The Bishop was also present, and as genial and charming in his manner as usual. Mrs. Moorhouse was attired in fawn-colored canvas cloth relieved with pompadour satin, waistcoat, and panel* ; hor luilr dressed a la wod/t, unci Himnountod with ti' palo pink tulle oup, onuitnontoil with pink dalnloH, Tho g uoHta mostly worn blnok or whlto, Mn. and Mbs, Th...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

r>; ^ ■' Engagements, , if I'"A MAJtuXAaiO, to take place shortly In Melbourne, line boon arranged botwoon Miss M, T, Marsh (oldost daughter of tho Into Mr, Frederick Marsh, o£ Oxford stroot, London, nnd " Tho Onka," Favoraham, Kont), and Mr, Alfred R. Moulton (oonnootod for sorao years with tho firm of John Brlnsmoud and Bona, London, and aon of Mr, George ID, Moulton, " Wellington Monao," Hastings), Sussox). Tub marrlago of Mr, Orltoliott Wallcor, Frlnolpnl Undor-Soorotary, with Mlaa Hoathooto, daughtor of Captain Hoathooto, of Orango, whieh was rooontly announood as forthcoming, will tako plaoo early In May, in Sydnoy. Miss Isabel Moss, of Iilngaloy, Burwood, N.S.W., Is engaged, to Mr, Gale, solicitor, of Moss Vale, Now South Wales, Miss Pile, daughtor of Mr. Pllo, tho woll-known Sydnoy auctioneer, will shortly bo married to Mr. E, Blohards, of tho Sydnoy, Town Hall, Tub ongagomont is announood of tho Hon. Alloo Harnord, the slstor of Lady Onrrlngton, to tho older son of Sir C...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 11 March 1886

Bouquets and Plants. AfiwonibUod, Ball*, flooliila, provided with Kloml DocomfclonH j WocU'llh# UoikiuoIh it Hprolullty J Tomtom given t\t most liouHojmblo Itnton* Ail\x=req-\ dt'osa— N. ROLANDS, (17 SWANSTON-ST., OppoHlto Town Hrtll Stops, Nicholson's Oornor. A lifirgo Vurloty of UtilliH of llto Olioloost IHowov\x=req-\ liiK .UoHt'i'lptUmw, Drawing1 and Painting1 Glasses, MISS MORPHEW. Studio—Nicholson's Corner. Chambers—Collins & Swanston-st. Portrait Painting in Oils a Spooialifcy. Classes Opon—Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, from 10.30. THE ' " KALIZOIC," SPECIAL, INDIAN CURTAINS from ISs. 0d.' Hand-Made Rugs and Carpets, A Great Number to solect from. INSPBCTIOH USTVJCXBB. 33 COLLINS-ST. & WINDSOR. SATURDAY, MARCH 18. To be Sold by Auction, at 3 o'clock. ST. - LEONARD'S - PARK! OLIFTON-HILL EXTENSION, 15; Yards from Fairfield Railway Station, and opposite Four-mile Post from Melbourne. 55 — ALLOTMENTS ! — 66 Terms that will suit everybody. Only JB5 Deposit Requ...

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