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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

MARTIN'S HOMEOPATHIC J PHARMACY, .•it... Pure Druas, ;li|! Accurate Dispensing, | Moderate Prices. ? MARTIN & PLEASANCE, Homoeopathic Chemists, 85 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELBOURNE.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Between the Walnuts and Wine. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

Between the Walnuts and Wine. Does a man show Ills rotative strength when ho marries his first cousin 'I * , * It A A'13 you over guessed lidw a guost'l'ools whon lie's toastod ? 'V - ■ ■ . ' ■ *■ * A i.awyhu Is a man who works, with a will—for a consideration. >' , 1 - : ■ * * * >13E; sure your mother-in-law will find you out. , It'b wonderful how often you moot a man you owo five shillings} but, If a man o.wos you llvo pounds and luvs for ,a protracted porlod, why .you .have to got a soaroh warrant to find him. \ ■ " IOvjouy dog has his day," but to tho oat belongs tho night. ' i * . ♦ MouitNiNCf handkorohlofs havo black bordors two hiehos and n-half wide with a row of embroidered dots abovo tiio bordors. If you don't liavo a handkerchief 11 ko this, why you'ro not muoh of a mourner, that Is, aaoording to sooloty. # At the latticed window high above My love's whibo lnind appoars, And lingers like a hovering dove Besot with maiden fears. i 1 cannot see my lady's face, Tho win...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Green Room Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

Green Room Gossip. Finn. Day heforo departing for Lon don wilt take a bo no 111:, probably n matlnoo performance. All tho world will go, including myself. HAUiiY Htokaudh cannot got a show In Melbourne until Huplombor -I tli, when iio will opon at St. Ct ecu go's Kail. Hu lias prospered and grown fat In tho olovon yours slnoo ho lol't us. Mabamio I'oussa an will bo (ho bright partloular star ot! a now opora buulfu oompany, to talco up Its sorood at tlio Opera Konso by and byo. Tho barltono Is Warwick Chdnor, a handsome man with a good voloo bid. an awkward man nor and a habit of singing anyhow. Madamu 1'oussard will prove to bo tho best Opora Bouil'u Prima Donna wo havo had slnoo Miss Kmolio Molvlllo was young and charming many a year ago. , Any numbor of tho lato Dunning trotino are dunning Loopokl for blllotA at tho .Bijou, After what in avo justwrltton, T supposo tlioy will all rush off to tho Pouasard mansion In Nicholson-street, rango thomsolvos lu tho front garden, and sing so...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Melbourne Bicycle Club Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

Melbourne Bicycle Club Ball. At (ho A (Itcutcum on Friday night, July B, onoof those delightful annual re-unions Ct.hu 1 bird), which itava rendered the Molbourno .'Uiayolo Cilub so popular, tuok placo, a grand gal I \ or in g, oom prisi ng many ol' .the fiJtt/1) being present. The Avails avoto elegantly clrapocl Ayith flags and baniioffi,'' festoon od Avith most /beautiful flowers,?,ferns and othor foliiigbd' plants. Tlio adbrmnon ts of ,tho dais Avoro so arran ged as to giyo It tlio form of a groonhouso and , bieyelo shoAvroom,. thoso ologant and symmotrieaVr'aelng machines, bolong ihg to tlio captain of tboblub, being placed conspicuously in front. Tbo rofreshmont room, Avtiiqli Avas in tbo cliargo of Mrs, .Hoolstoin, off Xiourkc-strcot, Avasiu pleasing adjunct; to.tbo pleasures of < tbo ovoulug. Dancing, which commenced atnino o'clock, Avas kopt up Avith spirit until midnight, the interest fbf tlio tablMtu/uivcint never bolng allowed to flag oven for a moment. iAfter ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

Qb.ateau Tabbilk Wines. Prize Med at,s : Rlilliulolphln .. 1S74E furls i .. .. IS!) [ *Afolbouruo In tor * imtlonul Kbli.- 1830-1 Amsterdam ,, ISiJ Ado uhlo (a.'JitoduO 1HH1 Don ouux 1882 (HU host Award ;> Gold Modal) ' Calcutta .. 188.1 . "Mlovon Awards oiit ut Twolvo Siuuiilei subintttod, iiiollidln# Souoml Ordor of Morll ItlHhusfc ■ Award obtuinod by uuy Colonial Wliu —lor Hormltuso. . . ■ Wlioloanlo uliil Do toll ut— TOWN CELLARS, 131 COLLINS STREET WES!

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A New Coffee Palace. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

A New Coffee Palace, In anothor column will bo I'ontul tin pA 1 spectus of! the Fodoral Oo/Vuo I nh, >' ,v Oonumny, whloh Is bolng rapidly fl.mta \ i 1 Ah tills company iiohschsos unoxoupiliii, b , , ad van fcagok with regard to .site, oonfmlm , ko.i and as It Is being piloted '»y tint wolhknown financial', Mr. .fames Mimtr,\ M.L.A.; with a largo and Influential illt» tcny"whoso vary names nee a gmimw« of soundness, it should bo a highly pi-yfit, able invostrhont, , • i'jiE trustoos'of tho Public Llbrnry n&|| Art Gallery aro at present on gaged In nil Important Inquiry relating to a dlspntf botwoon Mossra. Follngaby and Thotnpsecii two officers occupying high positions Hi tho'institution. Tho matter has bedj kept closely seerot, bub wo aro In a pdsltioil to stato thaCsevoral wltnossos have b«j| examined,«and that tho ovldcnec Imslccil roo^irdod by mombors of the Govoramcii|| shorthand staff.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

A. J. HALL (20 YEARS WITH PAUL THOMAS,) Of* First-Class Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boots Made to Order. CASH PRICES. SWANSTOH STREET 4] Between Flinders Lane and Col/ins Street.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

MARTIN'S HOMOEOPATHIC I PHARMACY, if-;, Pure Drugs, !l Accurate Dispensing, Moderate Prices. MARTIN & PLEASANCE, Homoeopathic Chemists, 85 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELBOURNE.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

lull CCCeiglit; One Pou/ntL ETJ TOT IS 3) In^ V ARE SPLENDID VALUE TRY TH E M I HAVE MAGNIFICENT QUALITY AND FLAVOR— TASTE THEM I ARE ABSOLUTELY PURE— DRINK THEM. Ask your Grocer for Them. a In 51b. and 101b. Caddies, and 41b and 11b. Paokets. /<'ouv Standard Qualitivx, ' in nvtt wviijht CaddL A QUALITY—51b, caddies, 001b, casus,.. 101b, caddies, 801b. crises „ 41b, ruid lib, prickets, (101b, crises, B QUALITY—ulb, cnddies, 001b. cases 101b, ctiddios, 801b. crises „ 41b. rind lib, pnokots, (JOlb. ansos, C QUALITY—olb. ctiddios, 001b, cnsos,., .... ,101b. cnddies, 80lb. cases...' ... „ 4li>« nnd lib. paokots, (501b, cnsos, D QUALITY—51b. cnddies, OOlb, cnsos 101b, cnddies, 801b. cnsos „ 4lb, mid lib. pnokots, OOlb, cnsos. Tlio Proprietors have ere at pleasure In bidnging tlio EMPIRE COMPANY'S TEAS before the Trado. Their sterling quality, * combined ivitli the unique stylo, shape and appoaranco of the packets and cnddies, have maclo the "EMPIRE" and Paahctx. ) BEST J" Q...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

N <£12,000 OW OR NEVER ! GREAM' CLE A (UNCI MALE AM.' Cr7i" MARRIM'M M'OIIAOOO ARCADE. -worfcli <>l! TO HAOaONISM"M CI OO DM to be OLIO Alt 10 I) lit: mi ION O It M O tJ M MAOIll KIOE, In arm>o |iiuiic!oril! IIA UllIM & Uo, retiring from-tho t tot nil M'rm'lo, IRRESISTIBLE FACT ! ! Tito GREATEST SALE a vol' known In Melbourne of FANOY GOODS, ALBUMS, SEAL, PLUSH AND LEATHER BAGS, Anil all kinds of English and Continental Novoltlos, To'or «ltlniTt,aAlarming Saorlfico, nt Harris's Boolilvo Fnncy Bazaar Tu u(msn(|uuiiua of vatti'lmj from tho llotiill TouUt. fsl I DC" |li IjS* £5 ^ m os pO re coP(/) —1 00 E2

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

A CARD TO THE PUBUO. Iboff to 111I'oi'in Mm public and pabrona ol' tlin Tlljnii Tlioabt'o that Mohhi'm, Mujorout a.ik( WIIhou tondoi' mo MY WARM VV10 1, 1, BKN10 U*!'!1, AVmiinMHIM V, 22nd <1 if tiV, 1885, I, luo.vo fov Amocloa by Mio Octobop mall, and talco MiIh oppor tunity of Muuiklnw Mm Anatmllan pub Ho I'm* Miolt' tfonui'ouM and klndlyauppot'b duvlna my stay in tho oolonloa, and t*oa pootfully ho I loll, Mailt' pabt'onaao fop my j3onollb Nlahb, whon .1. will play, with Mm kind put'inlaalon ol' Lttaaotnbo Soar ollo, Ialdoi'a, In Mm opora of lalc'lora. Tlioao pimshaalna Mokota will find box plan at Nlohulaon & Oo.'a, Colllna-ati'oot now opon. • Thanklnpjyoit onoo mot'o for your paat favotu'H, I boa to vomaln, youi'n ambufully. CMliVCIK HIjAIST 15D.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Suppression of Steam-rollers. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Suppression of Steam-rollers. AN O tit Eli of our ohorishod ideals is gone, or at loast it is trembling in the balanco. Tho short but brilliant ' career of stoam-rollors is at an ond in London, and who shall say how much longor their Melbourne) brothren . 'will survive ? As a street reformer this ungainly but zealous machine has won golden opinions from all sorts, of pooplo, but especially from cabdrivors ; and it is said that the horses themsolvos, who at first rogardod it with suspicion, have now given it thoir fullest «on fldenco. But in spito of tho many advantages it has con forrod on dwellers in largo, cities, tho English Oourt of Appeal has issued an injunction restraining its opera tions, and for all practical purposes it rolls no moro. The spitoful intruder who has thus destroyed this glorious boon to mankind is—as might be oxpoctcd—that aroh enemy to man, a gas company. Tho London Gas light and Coke Company complained that steam-rollers broke their pipes, and they sought a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
From the Jaws of Death [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

From the Jaws of Death A man entered our oil lee with a woe begone countenance, and said he had a secret to Impart, and at'tut' careful con sideration ho had dooldod bo give lb bo a sun'orlug world through bho medium of our columns, Wo assumed an air of. becoming gravity, and ho proceeded, Tho Imrdon of Ills song was bhab ho had aHon who had boon lost whllo exploring Western Australia. .Tho last mail suM'orod frightfully from hunger, an during bho whole of bhroo weeks ho had nothing bo cab bub grass and aoorbalu herb, whluh to some extent gave him strength. bub whloh was vory scarce In bho locality. Ab InHb ho was discovered In an omaolabod coiullblon and restored tohls foud father. His blood had burned bo water, and ho was In a dying con dition. " Wo know," wo Interrupted. "Ton want to pub In a llbblo verso about his death. Bub via reeommend bhab popular poorn commencing—■ " 1'hynkitiniM miro' long tlliio lio liot'o," Tluib will fix lb up for you, '•Bub lie's nob doad replied our f...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Last Barmaid. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

The Last Barmaid. s la? u'ha tslio yortv 1000. Slip was tho laatVoiC. hor /tiro-; fo/jalon ; bub..lion -vested iri-i;oroHt>.'lit;*1»pv^odupn:l>lort'^J&iyi.J boon carefully preserved by tho Amending Publicans' Aofc jn '188i"5—imssod lorby-llvq yoars bol'ora by tlto Vlatorlan .Tmglslattira. . Forby-llvo lyoars'had boon sufllolont.to aaiiso hor rivals to suaoumb to tlio ofllaots of.'old .ago. _ Sho was. old and sllvor-halrod now, but, alio1 still clung, with lovlngJondnoss to' tho soono of hor formor triumphs. Sho tho.ught of tho'loglons.of young mon whoso; thl I'sb sho had abated (for, a tlma), and whoso aonlpllmpiita— fully up to tlio Intollootnal standard of bhoso usrtally paid over bar counters-—sho had had spokon to hor hi: roturn, Tho thought was a painful ono. Somo of thoso doalars hi (lotion woro married,<soraa woro 'doad. A aompllmont had nob boon paid hor for yoars, No wondor. Sho was too old, b Sho had, howovor, naturally acquired a firm adoration of...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Serious Misunderstanding. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

A^||rious Misunderstanding. mm :4*H'ou<> will Imagine the trouble a per Jxporlonuos occasionally owing to ™ the huppy possessor of u loop; If It Ih at all difficult. to pronounce, liottor Illustration of that can jfl'ordod than the following rathov dap; liiolclont, which occurred In Bourne some time ago. A chip of .fold block, who glorlod In the Icr foreign name of Wolstonholmo, 7; boon out for a driva In the after i, and whilst on his way homo from | Hoaulde behind a good roadster, ightlosaly committed a breach of jpuuco by driving ovor 0110 of the ■slugs at other than a walking puce, fortunately for him, a guardian of Ipuaco who happened to bo on duty Jcornor of the street, balled him up, 1 charging him with breaking the flaws, politely asked him Ills liamo. olstonnolino, was blio roply, and lough ho endeavored to persuade ollleer not to proeood against him, t was unintentional oil his part, Irmly refused ; so aftor giving him .name and address, the buggy man Svo oil...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Domestic Episode. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

A Domestic Episode He was a barrister in largo praotieo. Latitat was not exactly his namo, bat noar onough for. tho purposos of this simple narrative. His rosidonco was in the latitudo of Toorak. Ho was often called away to Ballarat, Sandhurst, and olsowhoro to give his valuable advioo In dubious cases, , Thoroforo, it was no surpriso to tlxo fair partnor of his joys and sorrows, when one Saturday morning Mr, Latitat montioncd that ho had an important consulta tion that afternoon in. Glppsland. Being in Glppsland, ho might as well have a run round the lakes. That , would occupy Sunday and Monday. Ho would return on Tuesday evening. , . After the customary farewell connubial ondoarmonts ho departed. • Loft alone Mrs. L. mused. "Hot bo back till Tuesday! Then I have tho opportunity of paying my long con templated visit to my old friend, Mrs. Mayflower, at Quoonseliff. I will bo back long boforo the arrival of my loving spouso. I will go." Away sho whirled by rail to tho summer rosort,...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Music and Musicians. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

iT-HM. tuumboi'Hof tho Melbourne Llodortafol onnilat nltogoblibr bo pompUmantocl upon bho rosulb of 'thlilr: • labors In oounootlon with tho Gordon Mhmorhillf'utHl. I/blifuk had thoy'waited and nslccd bha/nsslstuuoo of blto' ,'i.f oblioi' tuorolnllttonblalimusloal soolotlos bho rosiilb woiikb i s'hnvo boon Jttoi'o gmblCying. i As lb was blto ball wis only i lialf full, atic'l blto objooboC tho gathering was) to a groat ox to tib, mlsso'd. ;-.,Tho sorvloos of a kiiicl-lioavtatl 1111 < of blto: mttsloal profession, suoh as Mrs. 1'almor, iMr. . lloaumonb, ands M'adamo Tasoa woro i askabl, anil' olioor-. ■ fully glvort for blto laudable object, bub blio organisation of blto Molbouriio Lloclorbnfol fit!loci bo Induoo tho gonorhl public to support thora, nor luid tho Llodortafol ajiy rlgbb bo oxpoob lb, Hooausa, from a publlo musical point, blto Molbouriio Llodortafol liavo novor douo any thing to distinguish thomsolvos, or to oarn bho sympathy . of blto publlo, and to rush for...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Society Stories:I A Wrecked Life [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

ptocieiiij j&oriBg: A Wrecked Life Ciiv a . it. so M/Viiuii No.iiT.il la tlto bulla oil Ilia bull. In n, room jjorowdud with full' fueos unci graceful forms there la not gone that ami compare with liar's, Hoi' programme has llong boon II lied, and there la not a vacant apnea In twhloh a would-be partner can inscribe his imnto, Tho flndles ovon confessalio is very handsome, unci the {gentlemen aro tempted in their whispered comments on roue who has made the sensation of tha evening to imurmur tho word "cllvlno." " By Java North," ox |claltns ablaut old i'olknv to Beauty's husband, "year [wife's platuro ought to bo oxhlbltud." ■ Tha gentleman' hiddI'UHHcd, a ' (Ino-looking young follow ol! throa-and fthirty, laughs good-luuTiouradly and ahakos his hand, j" 1 should'bo vary sorry to soo hor oxhlbltod," ho says i | tho photograph shop la tho road to the end's album. I :don't want to soo my wlfo framed and glazed atic'l hung >lu bachelors' apartments between ballot-girls and r...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Amateurs. Secretaries ot Dramatic Olubs arc rospootfully invited to saml in to tha Editor o£ T All WO Tal/k programmes of porformunoos as oarly ns possible. The South Melbourne Lticrosso Olub give a grand concert on the 24th of July, at the Town Hall, South Melbourne. It is under good patronage, as His Excel lency the Governor and Lady Loch have promised to attend, as well as Sir' Wm, and Lady Olarko, the Hon. J. Service, J. MacBain, and J. F. Sargood, the mayor and councillors of the club, and Mr. Nimmo, the mom ber for the district. Amongst the artists engaged for the occasion are the Misses Jobson, Blackham, and Alma "West, Herr Pflogor, and W. H. Rofe. The following is the Programme :— PAUT I. Part Song .. .. "Soronndo" .. Quartette Party Song .. .. " The Skipper's Ping" .. Mr, T. U. Groubo Song .. "Sing,Swoot Bird" .. Miss L, Bluokhum Zither Solo .. i. "Souvenir do Ems" ,. Herr Jos. Pflogor Bomanzn .. "Alia Stella Confldonto " .. Miss P. Jobson Part Song ., ,. "Pair Bohtraut" ....

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 17 July 1885

Bnic-a-'Bi'&c. i[CJollootocl and Armngocl by 1'JIT Wll 1'AHACION, IflHq.'J . Til id question of 'providing for tho grand-olilldron of Hor Clmolous Majesty In boglnulng to bo formally" dls .oussad, as indoad lb must noods bo, oansldarlng that l'rlnoo Alborb Vlotor of AVulos 1h vorynoarly twenty-, 'bwo yours of ngo. Tho bull has boou opened by Mr., ArbUur Arnold, M.P., who lays lb down as a futulu .lnontut proposition bhub all the grandohlldron of tho Qitoon have a right bo suah Inaomoa us bhoso gmntocl to* tho Duko of Onnibrldgo .unil Ills slstors-—.-612,000, nnnuuUy for bho boys, and iU8,000 for blio girls 1 T.lio Quooti has ab prosonb thlrty-throo grandohlldron, bwotiby-(lvo ol' whom will havo to bo thus provided for,. If this ,rule hold good. lb Is oxtromoly ltkoly. that thoso twouby-flvo wilt bo eventually luorousod to at, least forty, if bho youngor ohlklron of.Hur Majesty aro> as liajiplly prollllo as tholr oldor brobhora and slstors. Twonby boys at .-612,000 a-yoar ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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