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"MY SWEETHEART." [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 March 1886

MY 8WEETHBAR/T / >■> t EfA'Rrr .A MINNIE PALMER.

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

I Musical Culture. Romany philanthropists whoso genor-/ \hi found vont in assisting to eloyato the lional status of tho community, Tho Hon. ii Otmond stands alone. .Omiond nnd tho fug Men's College owe their existonoe\ to his ily munificence, and his latest proposal [•■will' iismemory with tho progress of'musical art, colony for all time to ootno. It'is now [twelve months sinco Mr. Orrnond offered to a chair in tho University with £20,000, oh lion that tho sum of £8,000 was raised by lion, for tho purposo of founding scholar It is much to bo rogrettod that tho com ly trifling amount, upon the raising of Mr, Ormond's splendid gift depends, has it been Fortliooming; and unless the rospon y ofiiilfflling this condition is transferred from [racial professors to tho musioial amateurs it My to be It is a ourious, though inelan fact that musio, which oxox'oises such- a i'iul influence in soothing the savage breasty 103t lamentably in producing a lileo' effect tempers of tho yory people who...

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

Engagements. Tiiio ongagomont is announced in Sydnoy o£ the Itov.'Mr. Flotohor, M.A., to Miss Brown, a young lady from Ornngo, N.S.W. I A marriage has boon arranged, find will shortly taka plaao, batwoon Mr, J, H, B, Warnor, of Quorn Hall, Loioostorsliiro, and Miss , Alioo do Worms, oldest daughter of Baron IXonry do Worms, M.P. I'liu engagement is anno unaod of Miss Floranoo Jones, sooond daughter of tho old and woll-known colonist Mr., Lloyd-Jonos, who is now residing near Shorborne, Somersetshire, England, and Oaptain Nevillo, R;N,, who has latoly boon appointed to tho Duko of Edinburgh's ship, '

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

^zruxnj^ Marriages. WAicutiiN—QnAV.—TUo marriage oJ! Miss Losllo Maud Gray, of Wollington-stroob,' Sb, Kllda, ancl Mr, 'Thomas L, Wakoiln, arohitoct,' Ohrlstohurah, Now Zoalund, book plaoa at Ghrlsb Church,' 8b. KUdapon 'Thursday, Maroh 12, 'l'ho bride's dross was of white aashmoro, with doml-braln odgod with doop ruohtng. 'Tho draporlos o£ bho slclrb woro trlmmod wlbh laoo and long sprays o£ orango blossom, Sho wore tho ttsual wroabh and voll, and oarrlod a probby bouquet, 'Tho ' two brldosmalds woro Miss Tboroso and Miss 'Laura Stowarb, 'Tho llrsb woro a.protty whlbo dross with laoo trimmings and whlbo tullo voll, Miss Stowarb woro a protby oroam muslin dross, with palo bluo trimmings and tullo voll, 'l'ho woddlng maroh was played by Horr Plook, Miss Gray bolng an old pupil of his. 'Tho Rov. Stanloy Low olHolatod. , LnaiiENOW—•'HioicaH.—A fashionable marriage was vory quietly oolobratod at All Saints Ohuroh, St, Kllda, on Maroh 18, by tho Rev, Oanon Gregory, assisted by tho Rov, R...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Little and Long. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

Little and Long-. 0 maid with all encircling arms And eyes that smile down from above, 1 look upon your lofty charms And wondor if you'll stoop to lovej O svvoet and fair perspective dove, Hearken to my lowly song: I, little, love you j will you love mo long? You see me—I am at your feet i Bend down and hear me while I say My heart alone for you shall beat "Until it turns to senseless olay. O sweet you hoar my bassoon bray It's lowest notes of yearning song: I, little, love you *, will you lovo me long ? If I shall raise my eyes to thee, Thou wilt not spurn my love dear maid, Nor kick my heart into the sea ; Nor it would drown where you could wade, My voice floats up thy corsage braid, And smites thy ear with gentle song I, little, love.you; will you love me long? And when the roses bloom once more And pansies blossom round my feet And swallows round thy forehead soar, I'll got upon my stilts my sweet; And then when our four lips can meet, , , ! They'll join in this old fashioned wa...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

PHOTOGRAPHERS —ssjuy axicll smg— BOURKE STREET EAST. Artistic Photography AT BARRONI & CO.'S 109 Elizabeth-Sty CARTES 8 jo per Dozen, stit 2? sip. 5 p'2 a J. P. GEORGE, CABINETMAKER AND JOINER, For Balls, Partlos, ifco., supplied, Ttiblos, Chairs nud Ttout Sonts on hlro, Verandahs onolosod nnd Ut tip on tlio shortest iiobloo, Tomporary Ball rooms or Bnllfloors suppllod, Flags always on 'hand. Ohlnosoand Blondltt Lantorns for Gordons, Hanging OUnnda11ors,Onndlo Braokots,Bt. Lamps. ILLUMINATIONS AND DECORATIONS, 2 OS TO 212, HIGH STREET, ST. HILDA Renter's Healing Soap For the Bath, Toilet, Nursery, and the healing- of Skin Diseases of every kind and at every stage. Renter's Life Syrup, No. 2 . BEFORE USING. AFTER USING. A positive and radical cure for every form of Scrofula, diseases of Special Na ture, Scrofulous Sores, Affections of the Scalp with loss of Hair, and all diseases of the Blood, Liver and Kidneys. Guaran teed to purify, enrich, and vitalise the blood, and resto...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

PHfflNIX FIRE OFFICE VICTORIAN BRANCH • ° MAvihuAM H'mNa^' I R' MAN^LOu IAYLOil OF LONDON, ^ ESTABLISH CD 1782 Ozesc-A-s. OC3-C3- Szj 00_ CWffl. W. C1AUGHT, Proprietor), PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS Importers of Drugs, Ohemloals, Air and Water Beds, Pillows, do,, Tho Dlaponainjr Dopartmont In this .Establishment Is roploto with ovory rocmlslto In oon nootlon with tho bus noss, the prontost noouruoy and despatch In tho propurntlon of phys olans proscriptions and family voolpts inny bo rolled upon, Tho Laboratory and Mamrfaotorvs rooontly' boon ro-arrangoc , and tho modlolnos and compounds of tho Idmrmaoopculus aro nronarud uudortho personal suporv slon of tho .Principal, tho drugs and ohomloals usod bolng oarofully soiootort from tho first London market, Spooial Moaaongora aro sunt at all tlmos In tho day whoa mod ' tolnas aro rorptlrod In tho olty or adjoining suburbs, Frosoriptlona and Ordora Rooolvod hrough tho post from oouutry and suburbs, aro oxooutod and forwarded lmmodlutoly, Chas...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Queer Story. UNLUCKY VALENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

I I OX LUCKY VALENTINE. ilostioUE MivroN was n well bud popular gentleman of some 6d, with nothing particular to do jnty of money. Ho had been some may dug in his time, but within lies years he had married a very ind charming yonnglady, and bad, |b justice, given up the doubtful |»a<l associates. of nis youth, and [down to conventional respcot roith a readiness which surprised ■a shocked certain oE his friends. It was, Milton was in love with Je-a state of things not contem Iby the philosophy of the aforesaid land his malady took the form lly of devoting himself to her 1 hut of costing of! questionable Ibm and dearly beloved iniquities * determination no less praise ithaa remarkable. But Milton, I reformed character, and a oom nly exemplary member of society, vlvcd not to tolernte the smallest P from the path oE strict pro la the part oE his wife, and, hav Iwitness cares to absorb his atten-, l«pt a very sharp look-out in-. Ifon that young woman's move 1 At the same time ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
George Darrell Inter[?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

George Darrell InlerviJ A HMMlKKl'OTATlVr.ot 11,0\vJ h'oonlni/ Po.it Ititotvlowod, Australian author-actor, Mr, (ilfj | in id Bomo o£ tho romarks nude! guntlonmn will bo tonnd intetra those oil our random who tliMi, bmblng lute tho my»torl<a ot < oh'olo oil Bohomlantsm, " Yhb," said Mr, DavsoU, "ibi. trocl tho "Wellington boards 1 loci twloo round tlio world, |Am" ongngomonts In ovory mutroMlic In tha Australia*, appeared with L Ing SU00093 In Now York, boitonl dolphin, Washington, Han tkancljf other ohloE oltlos ot America,aadci my professional wnndodnsa l,y doubted triumph In tho grand' tho uulvorso, London, I am la p ot two offers to roturn to London,! nil probability I shall make myf appearance In tho metropolis In 111 In remarking anont London , Thoatroa, Players and t'lavs, 1 m!, that I saw all tho groat products what Impressed mo most was,; individual oxoollonco ot tho artlt the porfootnuss oE tho emmbk, 1 counts for tho success oE many 1 that on tholr m...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rhymes of the Times. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

Rhymes of the tim, privy what do you moivn by « lioapeoMflj Is'b wisdom or worth, sir, rank or (?onU\ul : > Is it rough oommon-sonaoi or a nmnn«n1 Is lb klndnuss ot hoartior ox|iiu\slonot«ij Is it learning, or talout, or honour or tJ Thab you mean by tho torn ao expt«s|il No, no, thoso aro not tho things now fa J For a " rospootablo" man may bo a gwJ A " rospootabto person" may lw a gteav iJ And liava lost all tho Uttlo ho picked v,p] ' Bo a glutton, or robbnr, or doop dtownd May bo tv basd syoophaut, tyrant or kti«J But a livory sorvant at least ho must b| In lino, ho might vlo with tho vilest ot ill But ho'must koop a oook and giro capital! 'Pino latest tilings in 'oyolos was on j)J Westminster Axunvlum lust month, tlio fcejj simply marvellous exposition o£ trlck-rl Amorloan oyollsts. Whon ono trundleddaJ a cart-wheel, the ollraax was reached, MrfJ sorvecl shout of appreciation wont up, and i roof ring. » * # PniNOJa Wit.liam of-Prussia, says an 1 need not have gone to Poland, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 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 — 1 April 1886

Watches Mj CD '•I Pi TUB mi Mcli Co,, i OK Il/THAM, MASS., U.S.A., itiln; the Importance of tlio Vie Irian Trade, havo made spool.vi arrangements with lEtfSJAp, ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE, ublohim to sell their Celebrated sat prices from 15 to 25 per oent. ua any other honso in'tho colony. R, guarantees evory watch for ONE Ithai h—Warrants the proper por tctol the watch, ancl undertakes to |M«33ary repairs during that timo lor cost, and In addition, issues tho p'3 SPECIAL OEHTIMOATE, Mtt forwarded to any part of the ' FliEE, liEGISTEItED.) KIMG SILVER WALTHAM LEVERS BSjecUl Uako. Extra Honvy Oases. ■dial Silver, extra strong oasos, fiatliiii mul open fneo, full pinto. Kteelbalance, 7 Jewels 111 sotting -£» 0 0 Ij'iM Munce, 7 Jewels - - » « J lioaifeiieitlon Imluneo, 7 Jowols - 4 0 0 lci,ui[eiiMtloii tiftlnucu, two pairs Hrtr.i jevicls * • - - " ® ® S T, I plite. gulil balance, 7 jowuls -660 uol'l li.ilnuee, 2 pairs oxtrn Jowols 6 0 0 i,cauiiMi3ntloii tnluneo, 7 Jowols- 5 0 0 I, (oi...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

WohFK's Schnapps is imitated. May this caution be serviceable. Avoid all imitations. Cigar SmQkers I RHEINGOLD CIGARS. "IMITATION IS THE SINQEflEST FLATTERY," 11; la on Mila uoootinb Mia Public) la cau tioned to soo, whan askingfor alVtusiN ciomj Ota Ail, that oacli ono la branded (KM IJ) In gold. Buy only RHEINGOLD Cigars To tnako Hiiro of n GOOD SMOK10, RHEINGOLD CIGARS. II,V AppointIIIOIIL *3l1,1 "Im KmuiUuihiv W.PATON^/ F1°riSV<^2edS) AND 8EED 8 MAN^J^^PlantS' Flowers, r^cr| SWANSTON ^ UU STREET. FLORAL EMBLEMS! 0v^scen & ^ ARTISTIC 175 BOURKE STREET EAST (OPPOSITE EASTERN MARKET.) ILLUSTBATED CATALOGUES with PRICE LISTS sent Free by Post on Application. SILVER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. The^ThORME^P Contains More Valuable Improvements than Any Other Piano of Its Class, and Leaves Nothing to be Desired in Brilliancy and Sweetness of Tone and Elegance of Design. None but Thoroughly-seasoned Materials are Use...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fashion Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

Fusion Jottiqgg. Tn winter millinery, one of tho prettiest hats yet shown Is tlio "LIU," which should bouomo very popti hir for young ladles' wear, .His asoft foltMillorhat of small slue, with a plain or fullt volvot binding] plain', bund round tho orown with pigeons' wings, mixed with ; ribbons, arranged at ono side high above tho orown, Nicuta'ciAi1" Is tho name of a .now bonnet with a i soft folded orown, f also notloo tho " MephlstophelesVI hat, .with eon leal points and other ror|ulslto foaturos slightly toned down by tin ox cosh of trim ming. Tho " llombrandt" la n very pretty felt hat with wide brltn, lined with passamanfcorle mid on tight up at the left side, with a plume of foathora arrnngod <i la ZamValli', The "Gillian" lint la of plain navy blue volvot with wide loaf, looped up tit the loft Bldo with large bows of navy and 'dream surah) mlxod with rosary bonds and a'largo bird beside. One of the moat beautiful materials I have yut scon wna a rich broondo with ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

I alone Hko the The Civil Service & Public Supply Association, Carlton, Are showing everything New, Fashionable & Pvochorche. All Dex^artments are fully stocked with everything that can be asked for in a First-class Drapery "Warehouse. Large quantities of Goods arriving by every steamer. WID HOLD THIS LABCIEST AND MOST Varied Stock of Mantles IN MELBOUBNK, We.invite inspection of otir Stock of Astrakhan Mantles, Plush Mantles, and the Lady Mayoress Mantle, the. Newest Garment, and certainly the most becoming Mantle of the season. Our terms are Strictly Oasii, consequently toe hnoio 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! IVe mahe no bad debts / We have no expensive clerks to keep oitr boohs, so our profits are small and our business large. Now Ofeeiuno—>900 Pairs Blankets 20 por Cent, under tiny liotiso in the trade. Now Offering—500 Honey-Comb Quilts...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Just Before the Ball Opened. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

Just Before the Ball Opened. A Tragedy in Pearl Oiusam : •' Ab I Algerian j havo you oome ut lust. I oxpcoted you hnl£ an-hour ago. I lmvo boon no lonely," " Hush 1 CJlarlsse ; do be calm. Do not give way to your emotion. The Company come right behind me J .We must dissemble."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How to swear off and yet make home happy. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

How to swear off and yet make home happy. Oar friend, Bller, solved the problom by means of this little (levioe, which made him feel natural and comfortable, and revived tender memories of the dear old days.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

flotioo (o Subscribers. , i...m the lubaorhitlon rnton for TAiiM tamc In ot Victoria, or to »tiy at tho colonic# i— , ,, .. .. 10#! 0(1. I . " „ .. .. 8b, oa, Month' ti " " «, liwlmllntf poatftffo, ^ 31(( , BJnifn .. " " " " ** 10#. Od, ml„( bo paid Ill ftdVrtiioo. roHtiU orrtor# Hhould bo %7,Vj(ii,MaO!iic)H BnoiWKV, 183 Human ntroot, Mol /mini iio(o« or atump#) Viotorhiu or from nny of tho ^ will ho Acocptoit in imyniont, To Correspondents, JiuunitooniniunfontloiiK Intended for lnsortlon In TAlli.M | ,u bo micircanod to—TJii{ llprroH. Contribution# do. Limii nilo bo returned! but «t(ll, ovary ronoonnblo JTihntwill bo cmrofully uttondod to, 1,0(00 bo tnkon otmmymouti oommiuilontlon#. Thonunio Kti ot tho writer mint bo fflvon, though notnooo##nrlly for Mloe to Advertisers. WW for Advertisement# nro pnynblo to Mr, Mauihom Bfoaiy. notice: I«f3 for Aiivorthomoiita of Births, Mftrrlagos, and 11.3s. (or Throo lino#, uml Od, par Idno nftorwurds Jiforikio niiiioiincomoiits nuiy bo uiiulo In...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

Amateurs, A VMitv suooossful ontortatnmont was given boforo ft largo nudlonoo on tho 2Dbh March, nt tho Alb orb Hull, Holdclborg roftcl, Clifton Hill, by tho Clifton Sut'prlsa Pftrty, Groat pralsa Is cluo to tliolr court eous stage mailcigor, Mr, .V, Montagu, for tlio vory smooth mantior In which tho pcrformnnoo was workod. After tho on tortalnmont, about 40 couples assombloct for a clatioo in tho spacious hall, Amongst tho prottlosb and most fashionable drosses woro thoso worn by Miss Tratt, Miss Tur nor, MIssBorwlolc, Miss Hoillrot, and Miss Ladhams, A Bmott OoNOBirr in aid of tho Nurses' Homo, Prahran, was tendered by tho pupils of Mmo, Anstoy, E.A.M., in tho Mechanics' Institute, South Mel bourne, last night (Wednesday, March 01). Tho folio wine: was tho programme ; Chorus, " Toss It Hither," by tho Singing Class; quartotto (piano), " Ylooolo Galop," Mlssos Armstrong, R, Jolfs, 0. Hilton, nnd A. M'Boath ; solo (vocal), " Droam ing," Miss P. Kirkpntrick ; cluet (vocal), "^Mother ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY THE MEDICAL FLIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

jH>ide Ligpg 0** AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY (I1Y THIS MMDIOAL FLIRT, FtiiivrATiON Is nob a compulsory subjcot for a medical dogroo. ' Ono might bo lad to suppoao that lb was, from tho assiduity with whlah tlio art la studied by Intending doctors. # » # , # " ■ ' •, A young modloal studant of my aoqualntanoo do- ■ votocl himself so exclusively to this fascinating soionoo that ho fallod to got through his first year at tho Mol bourno Univoralty no loss than five times, Ho wont to Amorloa, whoro thoy manage thoso things bottor. In throo yoara ho was flourishing as a doator, somewhere iiour Philadelphia. Hla dollghbful manners gained' him praotico among tho American ladies, Tliifliun are Dr. Abornothys who riso superior to tho art of flirtation j but the avorago doctor knows that it is as nooossary a part of a medlanl education as his tology or materia mcdioa. Flirtation, after all, is only tho art of making onosolf agi'ooable to the opposite sox, Tho youthful doctor, who is known as a ladle...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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