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CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

CHAPTER XXII. " There was a laughing devil in hor sneer." * * . "A hundred if you will, dear Lady Branksmere," murmurs, the Hungarian suavely. She turns, and coming back-to the centre of the room, drops grace fully into; a chair. It is a chair that places a table botwoqy^liftT and Muriel, " Y/ im.ands Lady Branksmere, wheriol/^ is very^ud" the Tern j-HP v x *21 ..satisfaction which raAA^ . J-® ■pn to the public in his y i' ' . -op .0**"' .palaces is a guarantee -o*" ; °he public in his new ^'as wel1- Come and ^ ^ .^l8es V ^ ^ 44 Iflxort that marvellous brain of yours ft littlo,,nnd || porhups you may, What brought you horo to-night, wlioro you know lord Brankstnoro find 1 woro ftlono, with tlint remarkable llttlo Invention of youra 7 Spoalc, find quickly, for I will know." 41 You ahull oortulnly know anything I have to toll you," replies Mudutno, with a almplo dignity that Booms to bring out find holghton tlio subdued passion of tlio other, nnd drug it into tin unonvinblo light, 44 ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

"WJion your pliysioinn orders you Schnapps he xneuns Wohfjc's SOHNAPPS, as it is the only genuine branch C*9ar Smokers * RHEINGOLD CIGARS. RHEINGOLD CIGARS. " IMITATION IS THE 8IN0EREST FLATTERY," It 1h on tbla aooounfc tlio Public la ciatt tlonocl to aoo, when asking for a lliuciN CfObD CI cm.k, that oacli one Is branded (11U U) In gold, Buy only RHEINGOLD Cigars To make sure of a GOOD SMOKJfi. ARTISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS —s»*7 and 2*9— BOURKE STREET EAST. SILVER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. The THURMERPIANO Contains Moro Valuablo Improvements than Any Obhor Piano of Its Class, and Loaves Nothing to be Desired In Brilliancy and Sweetness of Tono and [Elegance of Design. None bub Thoroughly-seasoned Materials are Used In its Construction, and It Is now Generally Recognised as Tire only CHEAP PIANO of Merit. Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. PHOTOGRAPHS AND PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO COLLI NS-ST E MELBOURNE. ALL AN & Co i \&a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

faltham Watches £ CD 3 THE Watch Co., 1ALTSAM, MASS., U.S.A., ,liing tho Importanoo of tho Vio tfan Trade, havo mndo special nrmnt'oracnts with 5 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE, Ienable him to soli tlioir Celebrated leent prices Ivom IB to 25 per cent, ■than any other house In the colony. E, guarantees overy watoh for ONE |that Is—Warrants the proper per Inceof tne watch, and undertakes to |r,e«aary relinks during that time lor cost, ami In addition, Issues the llSY'3 SPECIAL CERTIFICATE, ItcArt fmi'tmhd to any part of the ■y (POST EI|EE, REGISTERED.) PSTERLINQSILVER WALTHAM LEVERS pSpclil Mako. Extra Hoavy Onsos, w Silver, extra strong cases, sting mul o]ion faoo, full plate, el balance, T jowola In sotting -£8 0 0 ■ goldbalance, 7 jewola - - 8 10 8. compulation balanoo, 7 Jowols - <10 0 .compniatlon balanoo, two pairs ttn jewcU BOO I liUte.guM balanoo, 7 Jowols - 5 B 0: jolt balanoo, 2 pairs oxtra Jowols 8 0 0 compensation balanoo, 7 Jowols- 8 0 0 compilation balanoo, 2 pn...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

The Civil Service & Public Supply Association, Carlton, Are showing every thing New, Fashionable & 'Recherche. All Departments are fully stocked with everything that can be asked for in a First-class Drapery Warehouse. Large quantities of Goods arriving by every steamer. ' WIS HOLD THIS LAECIISST AND MOST Varied Stock of Mantles IN MELBOUENE. We invite inspection of our Stock of Astrakhan Mantles, Plush Mantles, and the'Lady Mayoress Mantle, the Newest Garment, and certainty the most becoming'Mantle of the season. Our t terms are Strictly Oasii, consequently toe know if our prices are not under others oiho give credit or : partial credit, toe cannot expect the public to patronise us. We Can Sell Cheap! We Do Sell Cheap! We make no bad debts ! We have no expensive clerks to keep our books, so our profits are small and our business large. Now Oeeemngi—900 Pail's Blankets 20 por Cent, under any liouso in tho trade. .r Now Qefemnci—'500'Honey-Comb Quilts, a Marvel of Che...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fushion Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

Fusion Jottiijg^. ,1 Til 10 now rough twood ulsters with bag sloovos, 11 nod •with colored slllc ivnd bordorod with Astrakhan look very well, and will stand much hard wonr. Plain smooth cloths will bo very little soon during tho winter, though I havo soon sovorni'tailor-made coats, made of smooth clinging molton cloth, that looked , very graoof ul, Fo« young Indies'wear mnntlos of light , terra ootta" and bright blue (rntlior unusual colors) will bo popu. lar ; edged with sable, boavor, or Arotio j for, .[ should say that seal sablo, otter, and boavor, will bo the most fnshionablo furs. t I SAW a very pretty twood ulster, with full skirt j loose sloovos brought to the UHUal width at tho out¥s< Tho slclrt was' quite plain, but two broad bands of boavor were brought from the nook right down to tho edge of skirt in front} deep boavor.collar arid pookob lapels, ■ The " Bnrloo " jacket bids'fair to bo oqunlly popu uiv cm tne -unc thnburg, It has a short back arid long r o u n ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]ts on the O. P. Wings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

Lio. P. Winfls. AK 0M> S'l'ACtKlt. |,y. tlio hiJ.Hbrtxid of ftoitiTiffu _ fti tlio Stmysldo Mvlui'it i/i|iWC||, Xew XooluiifJ, on tlio (Hit It iv,K it iimtotul from ,l lUdf. J%byw'»»H right good l(tn(l n'thoiviiuli pressman, For t lield tlio post of Soorotary to Lr(,,iry Jockey Club, wvoto tlio mfhrllmh/ttletoii Timet, and Ills «'fl«fcl.v to tlio Canterbury L«]'|ie Loafer lit tho Street" woro L oi their kind, Ho cllvovood ti Jtilwilewhofollowed tho thoutrlcnl Ion, mid who wont away to tho I,-I, "Ions" Moximdm, ft Scotch Tin, mid shortly after mnvrlad J, The union proininod to bo ft lone, mid ono boy was born to J j'liorfly after this Frod. wont ■In bh ht'rttl,nntl Imd to boootttlnod I atvluni, Holnngo lincl again to J (he stfiyo for hor own Hvollhood Imfiitolii hor littsbftitd, which sho myj doito, Ilooontly Mrs, Dlgby i Jersey to look itftor sorao pro felt to hor, psif-v IMakIs took ti bono fi t In ■nd, midor tlio itfttronngo of Sir [%|, sir C)oo, Gray, and tho I hit torn I ty o...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PRESS LUNCH. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

A PRESS LUNCH. This Is how the gentlemen of the press took measures to exclude the horde of vagrant outsiders who so often commit free lunoh atrocities in their name at the free lunoh distribu tion of viands at race meetings. !

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

If you wish to learn Waltzing witlr Musio and Partner at any hour, go to tho Duvalli Aoadamy, Exhibition-street (next to Dr. Rudall's).

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

I Nolico to Subscribers. ■ ,i,„ .Ht,nnriiitlon rntori for Taiimo TAI.k In I, fcllowlntf mo Jo »» or to miyof tlio oolonioo i— ■ .. ion. 0,1. ■tftur " 8ii. Od. Kthocolonfoi, (iioJii.n^ff <( >( 81((, od. Kjut )) xoh, flit, ■gondii " " ft|lviin00l roatnl ordorn iihould bo frl!Win Maoiwom BitonzKY, ioa Iimmoll iitroot, Mol «0IM or Ktiimtm. Vlotorbm or from nny of tho B'l.'rlll tonoooptcil iw pnymont. I I To Correspondents. I....ml oonimtniEoottoiiD Jntondod for Insertion In TAJ1T.M ■ !i, L mWrcwod to—THH I'lPlTOJi, Contribution!) do. 12 ma rulo bo returned ( but "till, ovory roiwoHnblo llnflroapootwlllboonrofullyattended to. bo tiikou of anonymous oommunlontlomi, Tho mimo 1 K!o(t!.oVrlioriiui!it bo given, though nob nooosnnrlly for BlOOi ________ I Notice to Advertisers. ■accomm (or AdvortlnomontB nro pnynblo to Mr. MAtrniOH lironlf, ■ I XOTI OB. / ■cbargo for Advortlsomonts of Birfcha, Marring-os, and I) ii jj, for Three Linos, nitd Od. por Idno nftorwnrds. Eilorilic-io n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

The FAT CHILDREN, at tlie Waxworks, in Bourko-atroet, iB tho Now Attraction, and Is drawing Crowds both. Day and Evoning. FUBNITUSt Equiiable Co ,) 80 OOLLtNS STREET K,\8 _ „ , °Pon to tho Public nt S H ARK HOLDERS' i>r| JUST LANDED IbX PARRAMA'I'ta, OPENED LAST WEBK, A LARGE ASB MOW COS Nlokol.Platod Bedsteads Brass Roadsteads Niokol Oota, Brass Oots Swing and OtUor Oots. Bnsslnottes and Ohalr Beds Brussels Oarpots Tapestry Oarpots Kidderminster Onrpots. Tko abovo Goods arc QUITE NEW la DESIGN'J COLORING, And nro SPECIALLY SELECTED By our LONDON BUi'ER, Also, A GRAND SELECTION In tho NEWEST SHADES 01 . Tapestry Curtains, Laoe Curtains, Chenille Curtains, Tapestry Tnblo Covers, Genoa Vol vet and Plush mad T for Furnituro Coverings, OUR BOOT DEPARTJIEN HAS A SPLENDID STOCK OFCOLl GOODS, Especially Mado to Our Onli THE BEST MATERIAL, and ■ FINEST WORKMANSHIP See tho Samples Now In Store W Unequalled Elsewhere for QUALITY AND PRICES, VISITORS, INSPECT T1IEI MAGNIFICENT STOCKS, JOHN ...

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Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY THE CLERICAL FLIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

{Side Ligljt? OD1 AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY (by itTmuinm.) THE CLERICAL FLIRT. Ouhaths are prlvllogod flirts, A rovoronoo for tho cloth Is so strongly Implanted In tho Anglo-Saxon con stitution that olorgymon who flourish upon tho magnl floont stlpond of a hundred and fifty pounds j)ov annum aro rooolvod In tho housos of tho vory " boat " famlllos as honorod guests, * # * Mil, Okcksub, who shudders when Jones, a mlsorablo ' bank olorlc, presumes to monopolise Annabol at Lady Thorndalo's garden party j or when Brown, a strug-! ling schoolmaster, valsos throo times with, Maude at; Govornmont House, looks on complacently whon that delightful young curate, tho Eov. Horaoo Novlllo, whoso Income Is about half of Brown's, soos Emily, homo from morning sorvioo, and spends an hour or two studying botany in tho gardon. * * * Tiim genus flirt is not unknown among tho ranks of, tho Prosbytorian minlstors, Ho Is ovon found among tho Dlssontors. But tho Ohuroh of England Is his chosen homo, ' " In, a . ...

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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

we-arc to have a gmncl talking session, judging foretaste which members gave on the opening rlfotaont, 6.33. Jonos' spooch was- the-featuro of kirmtah which ooeurred. The old Parliamentary 10 suffered a voluntarily expatriation, after liiappcaranco from the Vlotorlan Parliamentary ,ha30vld{ntly come back in brilliant form, and is tag with the Ideas which for all these years have I partial expression in the oolumns of his :~The People's Tribune, There is no doubt about that the olevation of Mr. Gaunson to the keishlp would have deprived the House of 'one of 1 mo3t entortalnlng debaters.1 ' > } enewspaper proprietor, mentioned by the Age atunlay, who congratulated Mr, Gaunson on his i is, of course, Mr, 0. E, Jones, and Mr, Gauri iroud of It. " Pmiae from Sir .Hubert is praisje J. G nonets Godfrey, tie solloltor, who -was one |i candidates for East Bourke Boroughs,, has s.erv eJd jit on Mr, Alexander H'Kigley,: claiming £l,OQO (or an alleged libel, whioh.appenTed in tne jfoij Bulle...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

OHAPERXXr. j5»w!li mm tko water where the Ore oh is deep" | i * * * * • 1 S'W miuuj strokes, though with a littlo awe, j ''ficn and fell the hardest ti'iaVov^d oal<" \ '5 e,Wflutiy boon pvepaTing her toilette fox tlio ''ltt ^tmer gown lias been cast aside, and "iitshoia now robed in a soft negligee costume 6V®k cashmere, half smotliered in lace that ^ iqi>'k1 her posee figure, yet rather suggests ^ halls in pliant folds upon the carpet, iMthtwn hack that hex pretty shoes of white plush onn bo distinctly soon. A heavy oolour of yol lowod Moohltn laoo falls away from lior fair," round pillar of a throat, and hot' dusky hair Is oollod upwards Into a high knot at tha baolc of the hoad that suits to porfootlon Its strictly olassloal shape, Thoro Is a touoh of warm, living beauty about hor thatraakos itsolf felt, and brings Muriel, with an angry sonse of rivalry, to a calmer state of mind, ' In Madamo's hand Is a dainty lamp, of tho exquisite Mtrusoan form, that sends up a l...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lady Branksmer. CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

L&diJ Bran^mefe, By tho tvubhor ol " " Mou,t Dmvx, GlOOlWKMT," " Bonis," ko, I OHAPTMH XX « Doubt is the qfl'oot 0/ /car orjealoutg, Uhoo passions -which to reason giro the lie l<1orfoar torments and never doth mlHi And jealous;/ is U vo lost in a Doth hoodwink truth, and go to * # » * , Old Lady Prlmroso, with the prospect ol thee ball and its attondnnt torturos before hot (or tJ lowing ovonlng—torturos, howovor, alio would u skipped lor worlds—hns rotlrod to bod, worn i Mies Mumrn's hoapltallty. Most of the othcrsl lollowod hor oxamplo, Mrs, Amyot, lmM,| | .eoldom cries lor quarter, Is still In tlio I ihaving^-n last game, with Anno Ernnksmerc, always good naturod, to koop hor In couiuwwncj good many ol tho mon.havo nlrondy sneaked oft j smoking don, and nro now in bliss, otherwise l , clouds, Lord Branksmoro, opening tho litany! |!is startled to find it not empty, as ho had sui^ef in oooupatlon by bis wlfo. Sho la Btnnding on tho honrthrug, with ono nrafl the m...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

Amateurs. The Amateur Dramatic; Olub in con nection with the Catholic Young Men's Sooiety, of St. Ignatius Church, Rich mond, played, in the Boys' Schoolroom, Oliver Goldsmith's nice little comedy, She Stoops to Conquer, to a very good and appreciative audience on Tuesday evening, March 17. The following ladies and gentlemen took part —Mr. Mahony, Sir Charles Marlow 5 Mr. J, O'Loughlin, Hastings ; Mr. Madden, Tony Lumpkin; Mr. Ethel, Stingo 5 Mr." Bice, Diggoiy 5 Mr. Norris, Roger;; Mr. A; Bice, Mat Muggins 5 Mr. Nolan, Jeremy ; , Miss Brandon, Mrs. Hardcastle ; Miss S. Flan agan, Miss Hardcastle *, Miss P. Byce, Miss Neville. Mr. Madden, as Tony Lumpkin, created quite a furore; Miss Brandon as Mrs. Hardcastle, caused much diversion ; and Miss, S. Flanagan as Miss Hardcastle, played exceedingly well. The members of this club are to be compli mented on their* performance of this comedy, and deserved the applause that was bestowed during the performance; -A dance amongst the members o...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

Beta the Curtaiq. I uiiAUD ti good story of Gllbort and Burnandthe .other day wliloh I do not think has yot found Its way Into oolonial print. Tho two humorists, who nro per sonal enemies as woll as dramatic rivals,, found thomsolvos at tho same dlnnor tablo a fow woolcs ago, -and Gllbort as usual was kooplng up a running fire of wlttlolsms muoh to tho amusomont of his neighbors. Burnand, who was sitting at somo dlstanoo, thought propor to got joalous, and Intorruptod tho hilarity by remarking In a:voloo audible all over tho room i—" What's that you'ro saying Gil bert? Tolling ono of thoso jokes you sond to Punch, and whlah novor appoar," " Woll," retorted Gilbert, " I don't know who sends the jokes to Punoh, but thoy novor do appoar I" And then tho Happy Thoughts man oollapsod. This by the way, Probably no Englishman since Tom Hood, tho oldar, has boon endowed with tho gift of humor to tho samo oxtont as W. S, Gilbert—humor too of tho most genuine brand. It Is always spontaneous, n...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]elbourne Bicycle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

Bicijcle Club. Satunlay tho «ioafc OyoIIng ovonfc of fclio your pllTO viz,, tho Melbourne Moyolo Club Intor llaco JfooHng. It tnlly bo formed an nlol competition from tho inob that Sydnoy L() to send thirty of hor bost mon, whllo Ado L| Queensland will also bo roprosontod. Tho i ivlll nrrlvo to-dfiy by tho express train, and mot by ft very strong oonfclngont of Cyclists to ieoi ft hcftrty welcome, after which tlioy will bo , |n llirco fotir-horso drags to tlio Town Hall, they will bo received by tho Mayor and treated ipcclnl Organ Ileoltal, Tho trophies, for tho dlf cvcnls, nro without oxooptlon really magnlfl-'' md surpass anything of tho kind wo haro y&tf noMjwclnlly taking our fanoy j and that la Miv it's sterling silver toft and ooifoo service with tray Ipergnc, tho whole bolng rlohly handohasod, and || nt 100 guineas. This, wo boliovo, is tho first [for the event of tho day, vis?., tho Throo Miles Bicycle Itnco, whloh is to start at 4,13 p,m, lest valuable trophy Is tho...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

Social. Lady Charles Scott and son, accompanied by liar youngest sister Miss Mabel Byan, who intends residing with Lady Charles for a year, have taken their pass-' agos in-the R.M.S. 11 Eomo," whioh sails to-day, Colonel and Mrs. Sabgood, left on Wednesday 17th, in the "Manapouri " for New Zealand, Dr, Balls-Headley, returned last Friday from Now Zealand, via Sydney, Amongst the passengers by the O.M.S. "Liguria," was the Rev. Canon Kinross, incumbent of St. Mark's, Darling Point, Sydney, who has been spending a year in England,'. "Mrs. and Miss. Klingender, left-in the O.M.S. "Austral." i Sir Anthony Musgrave, the Governor of Queens land) leaves for England next month. Mr, O'Malley Clarke (Inspeotor of Police, Sydney), is a passenger by the: H.M.S. Borne. He in-: tends spending his year's leave in England; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Manifold, returned on the 21st inst, from their visit to Europe, Mr. and Mrs. J. MoNTaoaiERiB Ltjmsdbn left Melbourne on Friday last via Sydney and Amerioa fo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

Thos. Dougall, gOLD&glLYER-SMITH IMFOHTBIt Otf mylj dBlcctto - |;)r.cdoua Stones, \%t. n —~ • Engagomont Rings j ( JL CJ viD ' , „ ( NEWEST AND MOST wodding Prosonfs i oomplete stook of best ( QUALITY GOODS ONLY. DIAMOND 8c OTHER JEWELLERY Ro-sot & Ro-Motmtod in Nowost Stylos - BY BEST WORKMEN ONLY. 37Coiiiq^^.Ea^37 MELBOURNE, GIPPS LAND LAKES. Bogulnt dully communication botwoon Molbourno nnd nil purta of tUo Lnkoa. CHEAPEST EXCURSION IN THE 'COLONIES. Gront Induction of Fnroa by Wllllnm MoOulloob nnd Oo.'a Lino of Stonmora. Boturn Tickets from Melbourne for tbo Bound Trip!—■ First olnaa, £1 Oa, j aoooud olnsa, £1 2a, Od, - From othor rnllwny stations at proportlonnto rntoa. Tbo " Etbol Jnokaon " lonvoa Snlo for Bnlrna dnlo dnlly, on nrrlvnl of drat trnlu from Molbourno, Tho Etbol Jnokaon la tbroo tlmoa tbo also of nuy otlior stonmur trading on tbo Lnkoa, ivtul bna boon spoolnlly fitted up with n mngnlfloont anloon for tbo comfort nnd oonvonlonoo of pnasongora in th...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Stella MAYFIELD, SOUTH YERRA, MARCH 24, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

% # 'Si ~S " " <y$ ' o^Txw-.*^; - , x ' MatvibiiD, Soxmi Yaivra, I ' '• ' " MAlioII 2-1, 1880, My Dearest MARIE,—<Wo woron't patriotic enough, In spite of our Hibornain ancestors, to pub In an appcaranao in Molbourno on St. Patrick's morning. I am rathor sorry .1 did not see the procession, as Mabol tells mo it was a grand spootaolo, OHAitUB took mo to. tho ooncort in tho ovonlng, Mrs. Oottoroll sang delightfully. Is she tho lady who is to bo married to Sir Norman Campbell? I always like tho Cloys, ospeoially tiijo Slgnora. Sir Bryan O'Loghlen; iiirpaijod us to suqh, an unmerolfully,Vlpng • speech, when it ,\yfi,s nearly midnight too. I think.Mr.; !iH; Brpwnlng, a upw-.tonor,••will be an aooqptablo.addi tion ito iho musical talant of Yiotoria. ; ,Mokb Easter .weddings, A daughter of Mr, Hugh Peak Is to bo :marrled to a.Tas'manian gentleman. ANOTHER coming marriage is that of a nieoo of Mr,' peorge .Oollins Levey, and ono of our wealthiest 'scjuatters. J ' # f _...

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