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

Table U\. Agents General for tbe reapeotivo Colonies havej eked by Earl Granville how many skilled; i they are prepared to take, n-plooo. Oonsider t at the present tlmo, there is a oomploto sur Ltbour throughout the whole of Australia, the inght not to bo a hard one to give. So far.. an Is concerned, wo get all we require " free, ind for nothing " from South Australia. :«y of the hungry is hoard in our streets." ems to ao tho most pathetic sentence ever pub aan Australian newspaper, and the fact that it In the S, A. Advertiser—n. journal of distinotly etlve leanings, rather adds to its pathos. It has. been diffloult for colonists ito understand the plflcance of the bitter ory of those who are to perlah of hunger in the crowded centres of world, but now that tho plaintive wants of jwomen and ohildron reaoh us from over tho Australian bordor, we can close our .ears no II we can do anything to help our suffering i and sisters in Adelaide, surely help will not [talking of South Australi...

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

CHAPTER XXIV. What! toonldst thou have a serpent sting thee twine ? Although Muriel will not permit herself to re ceive ns gospel all Lady Anne has said, still her last words assuredly carry with them the gems of com fort. In spite, of herself she is solaced: by them. A longing to boliovo in them helps her to a belief, as well as a desire to bo at peace with her self love, which is strong within her. A woman may npt care for her husband—such sad things sometimes are—but still'to be slighted by him and placed second to another will always be very bitter to her. JNow Muriel fools soCtonod, saddened, 'L'lio wild thoughts oJ? lust night sink Into InslgnlflanTioo. l'or« Imps (iftor nil alio had too hastily judged Mndama—had jbooa unreasonably oruol in hor maun or towards hot'. Atine lias dwolt upon hor good points, has shown thorn out, and assurocl hor.of tliom. Anno I whoso judgment is always calm, and strong, and sura. Has tha, Murlol,' boon blindod, lod astray by a more fanoy f and du...

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

L&diJ Bpan^mere, By tho author o£ ruYu.iy," " Mout Daws,1' GMOfPHMT," « Bonifl," iiC, I 0HAPT1SR XXIII. And make my seated heart Imok at mi/ rfM Than troubled mo j I am net in the rein, Slowly it comes I now rising, now foiling, lifting itself into a sharp soroara I It rlngsthn groy dawn j a low wailing at tho first, m\ t| .unearthly sobbing as of a spirit bound j cry that ploroos and clings toono's very soul,] and again it sounds with raufilod force upon Muriel, shocked, tovrtflod, qulto bonumbed i horror of a first superstition, can scarcely brcalfl house-keepers' tale of that dead and gono truly} more—who had flung horsolf from tho turret j in tho mystorious 'rooms boyond, and whore] was believod oamo again on windy, moonlight! to ory aloud for vongoanoo on hor oppressors-! her with apalling olearnoss, and strikes hor coj fear. Hor breath comes to hor In long, low pa hor hands, oold and loadon, hang helplessly! sides. The momonts pass, and now tho Mil are stilled, and a s...

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

Tho FAT CHILDREN, attho Waxworks, in Bourko-stroot, is tlio Now Attraotion, and is drawing Crowds tlx Day and Evening. FURNIT® Equitable Co ra ir 80 COLLINS S'i'UKKT V,\J Opott totho MHcAt SH AEEHOLDEHS' M JUST LANDED, EX I'ABtUMATTA, OPENED LAST WEEKl A LAEGE AND~CH01CK Co| MENT OF 1 Nlokol-Plntod Bedsteads Brass Baadstoads Nickel Cots, Brass Cots Swing and Othor Cots. Baaslnottoa and Ohatr Beds Brnaaola Oarpots Tapestry Oarpots Kldclorratnstor Oarpots, Tho abovo Goods uto 1 QUITE NEW In DESIGN i COLOR INCI, And nro i SPECIALLY SELECTED By our LONDON BUl'ER, Also, A GRAND SELECTION! In tho NEWEST SHADES Of Tapestry Ourtnins, Laoe Curtains, Ohonlllo Curtains, Tapestry Tablo Covers, Genoa Velvet and Plush and 1 for Furniture Coverings, OUR BOOT DEPARTMEj HAS A SPLENDID STOCK OF COl] GOODS, Especially Mado to Our Ori THE BEST MATERlAi and J FINEST WORKMASSHj See the Samples Now in Store 1 Unequalled Elsewhere Id QUALITY AEl) PRICEj VISITORS, INSPECT Till ' MAGNIFICENT STOCK! JOHN BLAm...

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

On the Wing, Dark Days was played in Sydney for the flrst^time at the Theatre Royal, on Saturday night last, 27th March, to a crowded house, with the following cast of characters Sir Mervyh Fei'rand, Mr, G. S. Titheradge 5 William Evans, Mr. Arthur Redwood j Mr. Howard, Mr. W. H. Sea grave ; Hon. Percy' Pentlan'd, Mr. H, H. Vincent 5 Dr. Basil North, Mr. Herbert Flomming 5 Regall* Norton, Mr. 0. H. Goldsworfchy ; Judge, Mr, W, H, Leake j Mr. Gulling, Q.O., Mr, Stirling White j Servant to Sir Mervyn, Mr. H. Daniels j Edward Sleight, Mr, G, E, Bryant ; Olerk of the Court, Mr, F. Harcourt; Charlie Punter, Mr. Lorrimer. Miss Maggie Knight, Philippa Lafarge j Miss Marie Brook, Ethel Brabburne ; iMrs, Walter Hill, Mrs. North ; Miss A. Bavan, Chris tina 1 Miss Cora Milne, Drummond. At the New Opera House, Sydney, Girofle Girofla has .been well patronised during the week, and no change- in the .programme is yet announced. The Dampier season is now in its 20th week. On Saturday last the roma...

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

A Subscription Bail at Ballarat. Wo tako groat plonNiiro In proaonblng to out1 roaclors n fow brlol bub grnphlo pon unci Ink akotohao oC tho iVMAtrnjaa op Tina BAvr,, Ah woll as oJl tlio toilobfcas that aonbrlbubad bo mnko thlH re-vnion bo dlBblngulBhod ft buooobm, Amongst bo many beautiful nncl oxqutHlboly drossocl lftdlos, ib woi'Q pot'lmpfi Invidious bo trmka a oholoo lor flrsb plftoo, bub lb Booms bo bo ft IncUsputablo Inob that the mosb Imposing roproaantablvo ol Ballarab lova« llnoas prosonb at the ball wns~ Miss Faiby Butts, of Main-road—Miss Fairy, Is tho youngest daughter of Mr, Galahad Butts, of Butts awl Bnoon, tho world ronownod hum ouvors. A beautiful uud stately presence of-some seventeen summors, Miss Fairy swept through the hall, attired in a lovely oostumo of or optr do ehino out bouffant, and trimmed with garniture aux saucls Bons .A demi train of surah silk with passementerie a labazam, completed an inspiration which wo believe has not boon surpassed for many year...

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

Social. The Hon. James Service, late Premier of Viotorla, leaves for England via SanFranolsao on April 22. Babon Hillingdon Is the title of Sir Charles' Hills, the newly created poor, whose eldest son will shortly marry .Lady Oarrington's sister. -The reoeption aocorded to Lord Oarrington on his recent visit to Parramatta was of a most novel char acter. A banquet was given in His Excellency's hqnor in the Town Hall, and on the chairman cutting a "novelty pie" four, live birds flew out, three, parrots and a canary. The latter was intended as a present for Lady Oarrington, and was secured by a ribbon, by which it was held.until presented to the Governor. \ '* ' Mb. and Mbs. Hood, of North Brighton, prior to ■, cir removal, to'Auburn, gave a juvenile party on Friday, March 2G, and on Saturday a dance for the elders. Mb. E, P, Dixon, J.P., St, Hilda and Mr. Kilpatriclc , J.P., are to be added to' the long lis.t of colonists going to England. - sib John Fowleb arrived in Melbourne from S...

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

Before the (Jurtiaiq. Tnioitw Is nothing now on tho boards this wook, Tho Mikado Is still running nt tho Hoyal to orowdod andlonoos, Ha/.ol Klrko Is a groat suoooss at tho Bijou, and Loon and Ckishtnan aro doing good busl noas at St, Goorgo's Hall,

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

Thos, Dougall, dOLD &glLYER-SMITH IMTOllTMIt OP Si'lbxr anir (£.(ec.tro - p.1 |jLcdo.us atones, #c\ '1 ( «£i£5 Eiigflgoinont Rings J to ( Tr^n'^V 3L ^3 ( NEWEST AND MOST Wodding Prosonts ] complete stook of best ( QUALITY GOODS ONLY. DIAMOND & OTHER JEWELLERY Ro-sot & Ro-Mountod in Nowost Stylos BY BEST WORKMEN ONLY. 37CoIIiq^iE&$37 MELBOURNE. Jabez Carnegie & Sons IMPORTERS OF PIANOS AND ORGANS, 800 Bourke Street Bast, Hftvo Opened Now Oontral Showrooms at 101 Elizabeth-st. (LONG & Oo.) Whore PIANOS and ORGANS to suit all olassos will be found. Ploaso call before deciding olsewhoro, whethor you buy or no, to got our prices and .terms. Or dor s for Tunings, <$' Repairs promptly attended to. MEARES & BURNSIDE, Importers of FRENCH MILLINERY, Ratest Fashions Received by Rcery Mail 155 LYGON-ST., CARLTON. BEFOBM YOUR TAILOR'S BILL. F. MAOKAY & Co., TAILORS, MERCERS, & WOOLLEN Merchants, 18 ELIZABETH-ST., ...

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

Marriages. ' Eden—Fi/ETOiier;—St, Silas Church, Albert Park, was on Wednesday March 2-1 fch, the scene of a very pi'etty wedding, ' the bride being Miss Ida Fletcher, of " Everleigh'' Bridport-street, Albert Park. , The bridegroom Mr. Gt. P. Eden, of " Tumba Rumba," New South Wales, The bride wore an exceedingly rioh drosa of ivory whito satin, profusely trimmed with lace and pearls, long veil and the orthodox flowers, and was attended by twelve bridesmaids. The eight elder ones wore costumes of cream Indian muslin, lace and knots of moss green plush and pale pink aigrettes 5 two little girls in pink and lace, with veils, and two veTy little children in cream, with tiny veils; and, small aigrettes fastening them. The cere mony was. performed "by the Rev, S. CJ. Kent. Mrs. -Kent played Mendelssohn's Wedding March, Cunningham—Stephenson,—On March 11 th, at the Wesleyan Ohurch, Newton, Tasmania, the Rev. W. R; Cunningham, of Victoria, was married to Miss Amy Stephenson, eldest daughter...

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

I .Tucker and the Humanities. ckkr, tho nowly installed Professor tcs and Comparative Philology , at tho University, has very dooiclod opinions idvantages of n classical education, and that they aro rather ■unpopular-.just at is no bar to his froo expression of thorn, renty years ago Mr. Bobort Lowe—who have known hotter—-sounded the first crusade against tho study of the Hu la tho University, and since then the nd of the severely utilitarian school of Oan been gradually gaining ground. ' Mr. limsclf a soholar of repute, could at least at lie knew what ho was talking about; but lea could bourgod by tho majority of his Now that Mr. Lowe has merged his individuality in tho comparative' ob ol a peerage lie has ooased to talco an ®t in modernising tho toaohing of tho dies and the groat Publio Schools, bub tint lie has done lives after his retirement iMic life, The effort to -subordinate tho i the classics to science and tlxe modern i which Mr, Lowe inaugurated lias never Swell; and we r...

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

Engagements, Tub marriage of Miss Mary Walter, oldest daughtor of Mr. Jolm Walter, Albert-street, East Melbourne, and Mr, Thomas Buohnn, will be celebrated at the Oathollo Apostolic Ohuroh, Oarlton, on April 10th, The marriage of Mlaa Katie Swallow, youngest daughter of Mr, T. Swallow (Swallow and Arlell, Sandrldge),to Mr, Oharlos Towers, Queensland, has boon fixed for April Id, A mahbiage will take place towards the end of April between Miss Hold, of Pino Yille, G oolong, and Dr. Branson, of Tungamah, The engagement is announced of Mr. J, H, Stokes, National Bank, Kow, and Miss Ethel (second daughter of the late Andrew Murray of (< Barongaroolc," Oolao, The marriage Is to take place during Easter week,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stella MAYFIELD, SOUTH [?] MARCH 31, [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 1 April 1886

Matvium), South Vari March 3| I MY DiSAtUfiB'L' MAUI 13,—I WMn dhapppclm you wore not able to oomo to tho Melbourne Eaoo Mooting on Saturday aftornoon, Wo m It was suah a glorious clay, Tho ground never prattler, ID vary part oE It was crowded, | m many white drossos, although many ot thel,v not think it too warm for cloaks and uhtei moment I saw a lady airily attired innsumm tumo o£ muslin, tho next a flguro onvoloped in S * # * Among tho drosses I particularly noticed i made one of dark bluo sorgo, It was petlecll and vory stylish. Mrs. Nicholas wore a really ful oostumo of blaok satin and laoo, and km panled by her two pretty children In Highlaa Mr. and Miss Cunningham woro among the jpe I balievo that the latter Is engaged to an office. "Agra." A handsomo brunotte attracted my at <9ha wore a wintry-looking dress of brown i brocade, trimmed with fur at tho neokand ; Bioyole races, although not quite so «c|| horso races, have the advantago of not heiugs ous. The spills ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tit - Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

I OKI) Beacjonsfield said there were many peoplo who would resolve to lead virtuous Uvea on the principle that "virtue Is its own reward," if they could only got the reward in advance, Tf there is anything more irrepressible than a fly interviewing a bald head, It is tho roan who, having once-a-letter ao cepted and inserted in tho paper, thinks that the genius of composition is Inborn with him, There is a young lady in Bavaria so refined in her language that sho never uses the word " blaguard," but substi tutes " African sentinel." "There," said a well-known tenor as he hoard a cat-fight nt midnight. " There, if I could only hold that high 0 as long as those cats can, I could get £100 a night." This is the age of invention, but the man who can write love letters without making an ass of himself has not yet been discovered. CLARA (discussing the church bazaar): " We are doing- splendid at my table. Last evening a gentleman gave me ten shillings for one of those shilling match boxes, ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Queer Story AUSTRALIANS IN [?] SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

M AUSTUATjTAKS in jqJ SOOIKTV. " X can't undovstnnd why you tn ItAiturt »» unl/1 Uau n. *..» . tho house," said hor ChWllwD Mllltowivin u vury Irritated ton* .Hor houso-agont had called to and sho was talktny toblm la! dining-room o£ hor I.omhm \m as sho laid this hor irophew iiei' ulghtaon unci glftad with uw „ algltby, opened tho door andcsmi Duohoss nodded to him, tw further notice o£ his presence, down in an easy chair, and wain business conversation waiovcr, a hnndsomo boy, and lovable' only thing that alarmed pcoj him somotlmoH was that he ■ tvomoly "knowing," hut ohtvrnotoi'lstlo o£ tho glided jmu! dfty, and one has to got used V) it " ft is Impossible, your (trace," houso-agont, " to let a house a rental ns you nslc for this. In tl hardly anybody can afford lo mansion of this size, much me heavy ront for It, If your On rent 'it for tho season—' " O nonsense!" said the hut want the place off my hands fo yoars. it is a perfect whitec'.q tno. When tho Duke was alls all vory wol...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

CjagLSmokers 1 RHEINGOLD CIGARS. " IMITATION IS THE 81NOEREST FLATTERY." It; In on t.li I a account, tlio Publla la omi tlonocl to hoc, wliun rulclng for u It'll illN« ciobTj OlOAit, that onch otic la bniiickicl (ItCHJ) 111 gold. Buy only RHEINGOLD Cigars To rnnko auro ol! a GOOD SMOIvlS. RHEINGOLD CIGARS. ll.r Ainwinl 1110 nt U> IUh Hxtiolloiuiy HI'' H. "• r,cioli, K.O.Jt. W.PATON^j Florist A NO y<SXSCOa% 8EED8MAN/^j3^^lants» Flowers, W/fcQ SWANSTON UW STREET, FLOBAL EMBLEMS! C^ce" & FOl,y ^ ARTISTIC «T ffus^ ,S «i[iu5)Iier?j 175 BOURKE STREET EAST (OPPOSITE EASTERN MARKET.) ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES with PRICE LISTS sent Free by Post on Application, SILVER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883.' GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884, The THURMER PIANO Contains More Valuable Improvements than Any Other Piano of lbs Class, and Leaves Nothing to be Desired In Brilliancy and Sweetness of Tone and [Elegance of Design. None bub Thoroughly-seasoned Materials are "Us...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

When the vital system lins boon weakened—uso "WonKU'a SCHNAlU'S to renovate it. 'To Ladies and Gkotlkmen suffering from Corns, Bunions, and. Ingrowing l^ails, Professor Keen (from Schom berg and Keen, San. Francisco), presents his compliments, and begs to assure them that he can Painlessly and Permanently Gure them. Consultation Free. Charges Moderate. 5 Park Tekkaok, Fitzroy Street, St. Kieda, and at Patients' Residences by appointment. j

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

The Civil Service & Public Supply' Association, Carlton, Are showing- everything New, Fashionable & Recherche. All Departments are fully stocked with everything' that can b© asked for in a First-class Drapery "Warehouse. Large quantities of Goods arriving by every steamer. WE HOLD THIS LA HQ EST AND MOST Varied Stock of Mantles IN. MELBOURNE, 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 Oash, consequently we hnow if our prices are not under others oiho give credit or partial credit, toe cannot expect the public , to patronise its, We Can Sell Cheap! We Do Sell Cheap! We make no bad debts! We have no expensive clerks to keep our books, so oior profits are small and our business large. Now Oitbuunoj—-900 Pairs Blanlcots 20 per Cent, under any houso in the trade. Now OiTfljni'Nct—-500 Honey-Comb Qnilts, a Mavvol of Che...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

althain Watches THE Watch Co., Of 4LTHAM, MASS., U.S.A., thin; iho importiuico of the Vic ilinTmdo, havo nmclo spoolal nrrnnt'eraonts with ELIZABETH STREET, MKLBOUItNE, .noble him to soil their Oolebrated snt prices from 15 to 25 par ocnt, bjannyother house in tha aolony. , guarantees ovory wntoh for ONE that is—Warrants tho propor por iceof the watch, and undertakes to mmsmjt repairs during that time » cost,and in addition, issues the ISY'3 SPECIAL CERTIFICATE. :ka forwarded to any part of tho (POST FREE, REGISTERED,) WRUNG SILVER WALTHAM LEVERS S;e;Ul Make. Extra Hoavy Oasos. ling Silver, extra strong oasos, luting unil opon fnco, full plato, eeltahnce,7 jowols In sotting -£8 0 0 S<jU balance, 7 jowols - - 8 10 8 unpimtlon balnnoo, 7 jowols - 4 0 0 eompnuntlon balnnoo, two pnlrs Urn jowols 4 18 0 l-plite. gold bnlnuao, 7 Jowols - 4 5 0 gold balance, 3 pnlrs oxtra Jowols 6 0 0 tompenjatlon bnlnnoo, 7 Jowols- 6 0 0 compensation balnnoo, 2 pnlrs to jewels . . . - - 6 16 0 ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

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