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Fashion Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

FagQion Jottiqgg. . Tula dasoription o£ a oonoorb dross roaontly worn by1 Adollnn Fubtl, which X luivo road, romlnds mo of tho ' extraordinary gowns In whloh 11 Oulda" dollghts to robo hor extravagant prlnoossos. lb oonslstod oil salmon colored sntiu, shrimp pink, and lobstor sonrlot volvob, 'l'ko skirt unci bodloo woro of sivbln, Ono aido oil tho ''skirt was fdstoonod with lovoly whlto ltvoo | find tho, other had draparius of pink bulla. omb'roidofod with pink tlutod poni'la and facings of shrimp pink volvot. Plain.long train of lobstdr soarlob volvob, lined with pink gati'/.o with,soarlot volvot ilowors. i In San Franolsoo tho uso of ouifs and oollars will, all stro'ob drossos is almost Iraporatlvo. Tho plain high 11 noil oollars aro muohworn and aro goriorally fastened with two small diamond studs, tho nook of tho dross being so porfootly llnlshod as to rondor tho uso of pins or brooohos unnooossary^ Tho nowosb miffs aro finished with a bomstibohod band and aroi worn as wido as t...

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

nn the Win0« 6m: Rornt, Hydnoy, "( rk Uiys ,, well iKifronlHCil during the / ,vlll k'«'!tli(lmwa on Saturday hvorolfl 10 Crimes of l'nl'Jfl, n Srn.rn.by MorrlH and Don OrKiu Housk, Sydney. La o u'ds produced on Saturday •nifood ftonso, with Miss Gmolo In ilio litis role, and Mr, Ghns, (Ii3 riiqiillln, The following to look (wi't! Monsora, 0, Torapla I,titer, 0, Johttson, J, A, South, Icwitrl, mid A, Stuart, Misses IS, bert, Kiln fonton, Sophio Harris, telle, l'\ Stanhope, Blancliurd Harra, ri- Tmt.mn, Sydney, ITnralot red on friday night for tho Inst ■ Jlr, Vmiitor, On Saturday "o (front J'lnk i'oarl, was plnyod first tlmo In Australia, wltu a row cast, Including Mlssos Lily r, rtorenee H'ndo, Emma Eisohor, crtoti, and Mosboxs, Alfred Dam iryLustou, A, lioothnmn.A. Hod linker, i/onry Alloyne, J, Stark, ityime, J, Crasar, and McDonald, (ormanco wns under tho pntron lii tho presence of Lord and irrington, Otv OP M06I0, Sydney. The ition of ttio third year la Syclnoy 'olcral Mlnstrols,...

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

NolJoo to Subscribers. „ t,a tho eubnoHptlon roton lot1 TA1IMJ TAT.K it) o'S?ito anyt'oi't Ot VIotoHn, 01' to any of tho ooloiilos i— „ .. .. .. ... 10«. Ort. , WW. " .. 8#, Oct, 1 Kfx 3/oiithi ' * ■ , fit tho colontoii IiiolitdifSf pontnffo, ^ ^ 8U 0{1< r'fllii '• " " !t'"' 10"< oa< ,,j,'bo jmhl In ndviutooi Postal orc1or«.Hhotilc1 bo «ll MA1HM0H XJH01WKY, 183 ItllBOOll fltVOOt, Mol >"C MOM. or itnmpf, VlotoWnn or tram imy ot tho oV itll 8o «0<ioi>t0(l no jmymont. ; To Correspondents, j rT,f(un<loonimnnlontloiiB lutandod for in«ortlon In TAm.it 'ilioiild be nddressod to—Til 14 lIlilTOn, Contributions do. ' ot h n rulo bo returned 1 bub still, ovury roimoimblo h In "hut roipeot will bo ourofully uttoiulod to, ! noticeeeo be tnkon o( luiouymputt oommunloutlous, Tho namo ililieuoltbe wrltor mint bo glvoii, though not uoacunmrlly for :allo». ■ ' ; Notice to Advertisers. tAccousw lor Advortlaoinouts nro pnyablo to Mr. Mauhiom ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

DRftPERl [' 89 00LL1NS STREET EA! Open to tl\o Public m S H ABB HOLDERS' m DRAPERY DEPART* NEW GOODS JUST OI'EKPi Ex I'nTmmnUn and I.lpth, LADIES' WOOL WHAM, Very OHO 1013 LOT ami CUE LAOES and LAO 15 GLOUKCIK Ohnntllly, Spanish, Normanb and Yak j BUT<, Omm. Nivy, Oofho.UOTd KNITTING YARNS la tho to| makes )— pa ton and Son's B and I ply I Baldwin's 1 ply ftngotlns i. ^ndaluslau, "Sliotlfthd, PnadopJ fcorla, Tasmania, &o, Knitting silks, crewel do,, Me® rasone, ohonillo, tlnsol, to,, to Dent's patent fastonor kid glove Silk plushes in plain colors,and I and stripos, PURCHASED DIRECT from the MANUFACTUI And NOW OFFERED At FULLY 20 PER CENT, Under tho Retail Price,*, Or any other House. OUR BOOT DEPARTME.V HAS A SPLENDID STOCK OF C0L1 GOODS, Especially Made to Our 0«!< THE BEST MATERIAL and FINEST WORKMANSHIP See the Samples Now in Store W Unequalled Elsewhere lor QUALITY and PRICES, VISITORS, INSPECT THE: MAGNIFICENT STOCKS, JOHN BLACKSma 1852] ESTABLISH...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Anarchy versus Order. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

Anarchy versus Order. jg question winch naturally suggests itself to 1 law-abiding citizon after reading" the news r reports of the Smith-street riot is—Are public thoroughfnros oE Melbourne and its j urbs to bo given oyer to acts of overt violence ich makes it a matter of oxtremo difficulty, if of grave clangor for ponconblo pedestrians to about their legitimate business after nightfall, howling ruffians and unscxed women who been making tho most froquentod street' in liugwood and Fitzroy practically impassable the Inst fortnight, soem to have ronderod the ! rts of tho polico to keep the Queen's peaoe i lost entirely abortive; and if this reign of tor is to continue, the Victorian student of tory will not have to seek so far afield as Baris fearful examples of the offeats of , anarchy and h-mle, In i-oply to a deputation of terrified ipkeepors invoking protection for their lives properties, Mr. Deakin gave his assurance t the police would act ivith prudence and dis tion, and with t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

The FAT CHILDREN, tit tho Wax works,' iu' Bourko-streot, is tho New Attraction, and ia drawing Crowds tli Day and Evening.

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Bombastes Furioso. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

Bombastes Furioso. The everlasting receipt of war-like cables lias evidently had the same effect on some of our legislators as the Pall Mall Croerette extracts have had on the weak-minded and unfortunate girls of ,Coburg. People of weak minds should not be allowed, to road such exciting reports. These re ports are apt to create a morbid train of thought, which ends in mania, and it may take a homi cidal tendency, which must lead, the hapless pntiont to bo dotnlnod In u lunatic asylum " during Hoi' Mujosty's pleasure," Whilst wo have tho most profound Yonoratlon for Hor Most Qraolous Majesty, and would not like to doprivo hor of any oL' hor innooont and hurmloss pastlmos,yot wo would fool soroly grlovod to.,hoay^ljiTt)Sdn)tl our boat frionds and warmoat^sJuppoi'tora ni;b \ 'r'ard nrodipfimbi^ placing thomsolYos In tho awkward j^rc wlvloh might onuso tholr doboultQn''nb th6 Kow jor;^ Yarra Bond Asylums, Tho Qo,u^in^;;-oaurl^ghrj icidont" havo'Jhlltlfed-ii'tu' and tho Pondjoh " inoidon...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

Amateurs. A very successful Amatour Musical and Dramatic performance was given at the Benevolent Asylum by the Ooppln Amateur Dramatio Club, on Thursday, April 1. The following was the pro gramme :—Pianoforte solo, Mr. It. Rich ardson j song, I Pear no Poo, Mr. S. Pea cock j recitation, Q-uilty or Not Guilty, Miss L. J. Samuell j duet (selected), Mr. P. 0, Brooks and Mlss.L, Dunn ; song, Will o1 the Wisp, Mr. Olaudo Nott ; song (selected), Miss German j recitation, Casablanca, Mr. Will Elder; song (oomio), Only One, Mr. A. McGregor j song, Mado line, Mr. J. Wade ) song (selected), Mr. 0. German j recitation, Miss.Yates. Then followed the laughing farce, in one act by Martin Beccher, entitled, A Orimeless Criminal, with the following cast of characters Professor Verdi Verdanti (otherwise Charles Green, teacher of sing ing), Mr. Will Elder ) Prank Pancourt (his bosom friend), Mr, O. Montgomery j Mr. Laurence Lloyd (a rich old gentle man), Mr, A. McGregor ; Deoimus Dodd (an electioneer...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY TOWN AND COUNTRY FLIRTS. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

Oil" AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY (by Humi/uk.) TOWN AND COUNTRY FLIRTS. JIjsh town' alatora nro dtapoaod to'plty tlio oountry flirt, This is ono of tho many iuatnnooa of wnstod compassion. If tho oountry flirt la dobarrod from iomo of tho opportunities of displaying her powers, wliloli nro onjoyod by tho don la on a of n town i aho hns thoso pooullnr to bush-llfo. m • • i ■ : It la only In tho oourao of a long ride noross oountry, i thnt tho form of flirtation popularly known as " apoon-' ing on horaobnolt "can bo indulged In tho ndvantago. j Anotiimii ohnrm of buah-lifo la that a pretty girl bo- j ing more of a ram avis than aho la in town, tho* oountry flirt oan lord It ovor hor ndmlrora in a way tho ■ town flirt dooa not vonturo moon. Tho oountry flirt ls: ofton so spoiled by admiration that alio la woefully dis appointed on a ohanoo visit to town, to find herself do- • oidodly thrown into tho shade by oity boautios, I was onoo intimately acquainted with a country flirt, whoso history was...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

Table TftD(. ah puzzled to Ascertain the value of the brains of 88 members of the Legislative Assembly,whoj are, Incipalty responsible for the. Oollingwood riots in anecllou with the absurd Early. Closing s Act. jThe: i, Alfred Penkin and Police Commissioner. Ohomley oald look promptly to the matter, and teaohl the iters a lesson they should'not forget so easily. I con fer that the disgraceful demonstrations against strug shopkeepers by tho Colling wood mob' is ! the ginning of worso things to happen in Melbourne, e mob Is being oducntod in revolutionary matter's., is dangerous to let them 41 taste blood " with * ina nity, If tho shopkeepers are breaking the law, surely t Government is powovf ul enough to enforoo it witii t the aid of a mob of larrikins, If, on the other nil, tho Government is powerless in compelling the to close at seven o'olook, it shows the Early Act is absurd, and it should bo repealed. [The horde of Russian savages who arrived by!.the Jfestnik" have glvoa us a ...

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

CHAPTER XXVI. " The passions, like heavy bodies down stoej) Mlla 01100 in motion, move themnelvae, and hnow no ground hut the bottom," ■ ■ . - * * A footman entering lays an exquisite white bouquet upon the table in the oentre of the room, " Maopherson sent these in, my lord," he says In a subdued voioe, seeing his master occupied. "Hahl very good. But wait — wait," mumbles Branksmere, who is still scribbling rapidly. The foot man stands immovable. Presently Branksmere oomes to a'dead stop, and flings down his pen. He looks up at the ceiling as if for inspiration, and finally seizing the pon again ho signs his .name at the end of the paper, Ho had meant to write the formal " Branks mere," but some hidden force had oompellod him to inscribe the more familiar—the less formal—" George." He dashes it off in a tremendous hurry, as though soaroely sure of himself and as though a little ashamed^ and, having twisted his note into shape, seals it and thrusts it hurriedly into the white bouqu...

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

Ludjj Br&n^niM, By tho ,mthor on " r,reu,Ia,» „ m„,m aaaowRuv " Kqhib<«,, OHAPTHH XXV, " "Ms mora easy to bio knots than, to unlmtk « Tho question it), what lb wm yoiw/M wy)o oxolnima Branksmoro, with suppressed violence, looking white and porturbod, and thoro Is a rath oxprasslon about his lowor jaw, Ho line arrong shouldors in a forolblo fashion against (he o ohimnoy pioao, and is gazing davkly at Mtdui Thirsk, as though demanding from hor nn « atlon, '« Say to hor? Why absolutely nothing I 01 are you aoousltig mo, Branksmoro? Do yon not mo yob? I was silent, ominously so, porhapij confess I was a llttlo takon aback, Askhet Branksmore—to ropoat to you a stnglo remark 1 voluntarily." Madamo lots hor flno oyes rest on little: plaintlvoly. " It Is unliko you to mlsjaJj my frlond ; but tho truth assorts itacit over, ltd was most scrupulously careful to breathoof nothii might betray you, 1 said always whoa she qua me, ' Ask Branksmoro I' No moro, no loss I Fro to las...

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

Before the Curtain. Tins Mikado, at the Royal, Is agonulno suocoas. 'J'hoso who have not yot wit nessed the performance should make haste, as other novoltlos aro shortly to supersede the latest marvollous oroatlon of Gilbert and Sullivan. HazjdIi Kxiucn, after a moat suoooasful run, will bo withdrawn at tho Bijou Thoatro after to-morrow night. On Satur day night, Mr. G, W. Anson will appoar In drama and faroo—Grimaldi and Pup pets. On Wodnosday evening a porform anoo will bo given for tho benefit of Mr, Dion Bouoloault, jun,, when the Clol loon Bawn will bo played, with Mr, J, 0, Williamson included in tho oast, Mr, Bouoloault dosorvoa a bumpor house, G Aiwm WAnait's benefit, at tho Royal on Saturday last, was a groat success, Mr. Anson was exquisitely funny as a puppet, Tho porformanoo was, however, a little scrappy. Turn last nights of Loon and Oushman's Minstrels at St, Goorgo'o Hall aro an nounced, after an unprooodontod run of six months. On Saturday " The only Leon" talcos his...

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

Messers. Waestab and Son, sell by auction on Saturday next allotments at Brighton, and on Tuesday next at Scott's Hotel, they will sell the residence of the late J. B. Were.

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Stella MAYFIELD, SOUTH YARRA, APRIL 7, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

MATtfiKut), South Yaivra, A mvi i. 1, 1886. My Dmauest Mam®,—Now that you have hoard what n groat sueooss tho ball, glvon by Mr. Magulro at Goolong on Tuasday last was, owing to tho presence of a groat many guosts from Molbourno, you will rogrot mora than evor your Inability to attend. Horr Plook's band wont down speolally from Melbourne, and playod suoh dollghtful muslo, As you can Imaglno, tho general ,topic of conversation was the approaching marriage of Miss M'Intyro with tho Marquis of Norraanby, as Miss Minnie Magulro is engaged to Mr. Donald M'Intyro, of Sydney, a brother of tho futuro Marohlonoss, * # * The Sydney girls are anxious to find'out If Lord Oapel, tho newly-arrived A.D.O., will mako himsolf as popular as Captain Leigh, who has just returned to England. ~ * # * I he An that " our Victorian beauty " is to bo pre sented at the next drawing-room to I-Ior Majesty the Queen, by Mrs. "YV. Cavendish (1100 Baillle), who was well-known for her dignified and graceful bearing...

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[?]ssendon Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

■ —~~~ fcffolj dlub, Concert gl^'i IIIIC,0J' tllQ Auaplaos of Mo Jiisson. , irlM Club on Friday ovonlng last, was one of t jncooMfnl suburban antortalnmonts , ml'. y(t noticed- 'i'lio Town Hall wns throngod toliloiwblo and upproolntlro audlonoo, Ab | ■clock pioolsoty tlio vloo-rogal party arrlvocl iKnj, llio Clovontor and Lady Booh,. Mlas Hoy-' )(r, .Stnigoa, and Mr. tfort), and woro received by iwim llotortsou (president), Mr, David lilldor, | irwlilcnt), Mr. Thorn<14 It, Bloomflold (onptnln), amm (iridium (Mnyor of tho District), and Mr, 1), Gordon (lion, soorotary), The oonoort was iviilwtn Instrumental trio by Miss JUgor (piano), liijor (violin), and Mr. Tullocih (vlollnoollo), and lead with good oifoot. Tlio playing of Miss li„lH|iilto n Httln girl, was aoourato in tlmo iccntioii. A <|iiartotto of male voloos, by gentle Mtm3((rom ono of tho Motropolltati Soolotlos) "Lovely Night" ancl "Tho Wanderer " In a ii'iWiftl and Dorfoot stylo, Miss Ohrlstlo Fuller k...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

Social. Ai1 the Vlotorlfi Coffee Palaoo, on Satur day ovoning, the llrd April, Mr. Hutchin son (of tho firm of Messrs. Hutchinson, Bleasby, and Atkinson, of ICK/aboth street), ontorbalnad tho • omploytis and their friends at a banquot, previous to his dopartitro for England, Mr. O'Connor proposed " Prosperity to tho firm," which was responded to by Mr. Atkinson, who roferred In warm torms to tho good fool ing which oxlstod botwoon tho employers ana tho omploytis. Mr. MoMurray In proposing " Our Host " prosontod, on be half of the omploytis, a oablnot album, oonbainlng photos of tho omploytis suit ably insorlbod. Mr, I-Iutohinson, In re turning thanks, oxprossod a hope that nono of tho ploasant faeos which ho saw assomblod around him that ovoning would bo missed on his return, Mr. Bloasby proposed " Bon Voyago " to Mr. Hutchin son, wifo, and family, Tho rest of _tho ovoning was onllvonod by music and singing agrooably rondorod, Wo must not forgot to montion tho photos woro tho work o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

* Thos. Dougall, old & ^ilyer-smith iMroivrim o.v j&ttbxr n nb (tH.tcdxo - %).i\cdcrivsi Stones, #x. ? Engagomonf Rings J ■„ , ,, ( NEWEST AND MOST Wedding Prosonls « complete stook of best ( QUALITY GOODS ONLY. DIAMOND & OTHER JEWELLERY Re-set & Ro-Moiintod in Newost Stylos BY BEST WORKMEN ONLY. 37 Coiiiq^-^ti.Ea^ 37 MELBOURNE. Mr. A. M. Townsend, mHETOXST. 124 Collins Street East. DR. F. C. RUSSEL'S ENGLISH CURE For Corpulency. The Most Wonderful Result. * Perfectly Harmless. Improves the General Health. In oases at Reduced Prices. Sole Agent for Australia— FRANK WESTON, REGKENT-ST., FITZROY. Orders by post promptly attended to. MEARES & BURNSIDE, Importers of FRENCH MILLINERY, Latest Fashions Received by Leery Mail 155 LYGON-ST., CARLTON. REFORM YOUR TAILOR'S BILL. F. IAOKAY & Co., TAILORS, MERCERS, & WOOLLEN Merchants, 18 ELIZABETH-ST., Corner of Flinders-lane, Melbourne, BEG to announce that, in consequence of the rapid ex...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

Engagements, This engagement la announoed of Mlsa Marion (May) P. Turnbull, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Robert Turnbull, and niooo of Mr, Phlppa Turnbvill, Alma road, St. Klldn, to Mr, Robert Simson, only son of Mr. John Slmaon, of 'foorak. Miss Sarah M'Intyro leaves Melbovtrno to-day in the R.M.S. "Paramatta," and her marriage will take plaoe soon after her arrival in England. The marriage of our late Governor (the Marquia of Normanby) with Miaa M'Intyre was requested by his late wife, the Marchioness, in her will. This engagement is announced of Miss Agnes Pin nock, of Brighton, third daughter of the late Mr. Pinnacle, to Mr. Charles Ooldham. The, marriage is i arranged to take place early in Juno. Miss Agnes Plnnook's younger sister was married a few months ago to Mr. Walter Ooldham, brother of Mr, Oharles Ookl ham. A MABiUAOE is arranged, and will take place soon after Easter, between Oeoily Mary Agnes, seoond daughterof Sir Frederic A. Weld, GhO.M.G-, of Chideoolc Manor, Do...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 April 1886

Marriages. GOOOH—BAIMIY.—Miss1 Bailey, daughtor of Mr, Ohrlatophor Balloy, of Soldier's Hill, Ballnrab, was married to Mr. W, Goooh, on Wednesday, Blab March' at Ghrlat Ohuroh, Ballnrab, Tho brldo woro ft probby dross of wliito Indian silk, trimmed with Vnlonblontios lneo, and a wreath and veil, Her sovon bridesmaids, tho Misses Goooh and Bailey (alatora of brldo rind bride groom) wore droaaod in oroftm. Tho groomsman (sovon):, wore Mosara, Goooh and Bailey (brothers of tho brldo ftnd brldogroom.) ' ! Bxvies,—Mlsa Davlos, of Hndspon, Taamanln, was married last woolc to Mr, Jamas Mon orlotfo, of Lnunooston. Tho ltov. • Charles Aroher ollloifttod, Tho wedding breakfuat wna given at tho ro« aldonoo of Mr, Glon, nnolo of tho brldo, IlATtnxs—Tiiomi'SON,—On Mftroh 22, at All Saints' Ohuroh, Wlolchnm Torraoo, Brlsbnno, Mlaa Loulao Thompson, E.A.M,, was married to Mr, David B, Harris of (Swansea, Wales, Miss Gwondollno Jon os was tho only brldosmald, and sho was drosaod In pinlc and wliito ...

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