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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

i Marriages. I Neaye—Falgoneh.—The Congregational Church, J Victoria Parade, was crowded on "Wednesday evening, April 7, on the ocoasion oi the marriage of Miss Grace Campbell Falconer (daughter of Mr. John Falconer, J.P., of George-street, Fitzroy), and Mr. Frederick j. Neavo (son of Mr. Robert Neave, also of George-street}. The marriage oeremony, which took plaoo at six o'clock, was performed by the Rev. Charles Strong, assisted by the Rev. Mr. ITagger. The bride was given away by her father. She wore a handsome dress of pearl white brocade, trimmed with lace, pearls, and sprays of orange blossom, tulle veil, and diamond ornaments. Her seven bridesmaids were :—Miss Richardson, Misses Wiseman (2), Miss Ham, Miss Rowlands, Miss Burrows, and Miss Kiss. Their dresses looked very pretty—skirts of pale cream satin with deep flounces of lace, bodices of brocade, and sashes of rich sultan velvet. The groomsmen wore :—Mr. H. Cole, Mr, Wiseman, Messrs. Falconer (2), Mr. Bates, Mr. Salway, a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kissing Games. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

Kissing Games. fcsisii games arc said,—-not by the but by the editor of a religious MM-to be one of the latest do o£ sensational Christianity. |mi»„ing extracts are taken from Prijfiui! Mlim, an Evangelical j. jy side with the astonishing de Itsmt oi prurient literature there has pup in Sunday schools and tomper IKekties with a close membership an ? astonishing development of kisa tnes. The old-fashioned outdoor p-the-ring of school-treats and the iless forfeits played (and paid) nistietoe have given place to a Khissing games in which teachers and scholars indulge for hours together, ticb form the great attraction of gatherings. ... It was our Bui duty to visit a London sabbath |l entertainment where these things |Wig carried on from six in the 'Still midnight, Wo protested ver i Md also by leaving an entertain t whete wo felt the presence of God Pt being recognised, lb began with I®, in which, to an idiotic song and ^tat the upner aud then the lower 1of the body were raised and i -...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY THE MUSICAL FLIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

!•• \l :,*%• i't'f ov AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY (ur KurrtMM.) THE MUSICAL FLIRT. l'iiM muslaal flirt-Is n vory superior bolng. Sho Is a young lady who dotes on Bcothovon nnd tvdovos Wagner4 Sho hfts n supromo oontompfc for thoso barbarians who find olassloal music houvy. Sho sits through high-class aonoorts, whloh tiro not to bo " undorstanded " of tha pooplo, without allowlug ti traoo of boredom to appear oh hor lovoly faoo, Sho rovols In nooturnos in G and symphonies in E-flat, * * * Hunt enthusiasm for tho grand old mastors is natur ally ox tended to their modern exponents, Tho hand some Italian and sentimental-looking Gorman musi cians, who haunt the preoinots of the musio-shops, tiro surrounded by a halo in her eyes. Frequently tho object of hor life is to get an introduction to ono of these ndornblo creatures. Falling an Introduction, she addrossos them in sentimental anonymous lottors— breathing tho admiration sho cannot speak, .When Signor Oarliora first onmo amongst us, a tprpsioh...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

| Table Tal^. EARon very good authority from London thai JDallioiisic, is to bo nppolnted Governor of one of |astmllan Colonies, Ho would doubtless accept for,although nominally a'very rloh man, the lous Scotoh property was heavily enoumberod ■hesucceeded to it, and tbo comfortable Inoome led to on Australian pro-oonsulship would be a ■eration to him in those days of " agricultural def V" in Englnnd, ' ' p gem of a news item is from a London society : j:—"The life of a highly-placed Colonial governor ys a bed of vobbs, Sir Henry".Looh, his i nthome will regret to learn, has had to-leaved mment House, Melbourne, for Ma'cedon; because ^tter Is in danger of being burnt owing to the s of vagrants living in the domain, and because I smells entering the bedrooms from the Yarra bbearable." '■'!. - !'• ■" - - sie U iv pioco ot news lor Mr, Pelrae, the Member | Melbourne, to bo ostoniabed at':—" The ro ll the expenses of Mr. Gladstone's re-eleotion for Ithien shows that tbe total amount was ...

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CHAPTER XXVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

CHAPTER XXVII I. " My soul lies hid in shades of grief1" • Upon the broacl stone-flagged terrace great tubs of odorous evergreens are dotted here and there, casting their perfumes into the dewy darkness, A little harm less baby shower had fallen from heaven about an hour ago, and still the large shining leaves are wet with it, and sparkle softly in the moonbeams. Up above, the pale drifting clouds have been scattered' by a wander ing wind, and now the Queen of Night is,sailing calm and tranquil in the blue ether. Down in the gardens the tall white lilies are nod ding their drowsy heads, and the sweet trailing roses are casting shadows on the olosely-shaveu sward. The air seems burdened with the warm scent of them. Palo discs of light are lying in soft patches on the mossy turf, and now and again a sleepy caw from the distan t rookery in Branksmere Woods, that border on the town, is all that comes to break the unuttorablo calm of the hour. The tender-coloured night draws hardly breat...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER XXVII. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

Bran^mepe. By fcl»o imbhoi' o£ » Tinr" Moi.lt Unj' OKOvprnoT," .»<Bonis," &a, I CJHAPTUtt XXVII, I « And thr:ro<9 a ln*t lnmV ni> ehammd Of, loudly puUUMny our nolyhhr't thmt\ Night is 'waning ) alrondy day's footsteps | tho border of its kingdom, Tho stars, as J doAan.oo of thoir coming foo, avo shining with] keonor brilliance than distinguished thorn an hj The ball is at Its height •, tho waltzca arc, slower ancl moro languorous j tho band Is at L coming impressed by tho sncl plaints It has be J ing forth so long j it boglns to excel itself—tot indeed, quite saturated with melancholy, It has failed, howovor, to Impress 11a with a sense of its own sontimontnl sorrow,! laughing,gaily at this moment at tho ondol th] surrounded by quite a little group of admirers,! whom are oonsptauous Gurzon Bollew-a iJ Loosing Barracks, and littlo Mr, Goldlo, tho) The County Ball is not only'a fashionable bat] sociable nfEair, to whioh both tho Hectors i Curates of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

Tho FAT OHXLDRBN, (it the Waxwo'rka, in Bourke-stroet, is the Now Attraction, and is drawing Crowds th Day and Evening,

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Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

Social. We are Informed that Miss Mattlngly (daughter of the head master of the Hotharn State School), is engaged to be married to Mr, .Neuendorf, a gentleman who recently arrived from Berlin, Miss Mattlngly is a grand-daughter-of an English Earl, This evening (Thursday), Mr, James Ure gives a party to the mombors of the Toorak Harmonic Society, his pupils and friends, at the South Yarra Hail, A SOCIAL took place last night at the Victoria OofEoe Palace, Oollins-streot, when Mr, Mirams was presented with a testimonial, The Hon, W. M. K, Vale presided, and the proceedings were of a most pleasant character, evidencing the great esteem in which Mr. Mirams was held by that section of the community which is always ready to work for the amelioration of humanity. Mb. and Miss Johnson gav.e an even ing party at their residence, " Beringa," St, Kilda, on Friday evening, to a large number of young friends. A very pleasant evening was thoroughly enjoyed, and dancing was kept up to an early hou...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

Wlioa purolinsing Solmnpps spoclfy WoiiKE'S SanNJU?rs 'aa It is tho only gouuluo Sohnnppa,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

Thos. Dougall, tiOLD&jglLYER-SMlTH XMPOUTKH OK Sttbxr anb ([Electro - 1).v.ct'\ous Stones, xC'c. j£J|§ ~~ Engagomont Rings i *« ^ ( <£105 ( NEWEST AND MOST Wodding Presents < complete stook of best ( QUALITY GOODS ONLY DIAMOND & OTHER JEWELLERY Re-sot & Ro-Mountod in Nowost Stylos BY BEST WORKMEN ONLY. 37CoIIiq0-0iEa^37 MELBOURNE. Mr. A. M. Townsend, 124 Collins Street East. BALDNESS IS CURABLE Dp. ERASMUS WILSON'S LOTION. This oolobratod lotion is earnestly rooommoudod to nil -who hnvo fnllotl in using othor preparations AVitllOUt BUQOOSS, Dr. BKA9MDS WTDSON, uttivorsnlly rooognisod nstlio grontost authority on disonso of thosonlp, is n . sure gunrnutoo that the lotion is in nonrly every, case infallible. ' ' DnndrUT and sourf Avlll ontlrely disappear nftor n few npplloations. Tho nourishing properties of tho lotion will strengthen weak hnir, and its con stant uso will ho found most vaiuablo as a preven tive from premature groyuoss. Aft...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Home for Trained Nurses. To the Editor of TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

Home for Trained Nurses. To tho JSditor t\/' Tabi.to Tat/ic, 8:tn,—Will you klnclly allow ma to make known, through the columns of your papor, tuat I havo now roturnod to Molbourno, and am doslrous of working np and enlarging tho Homo for Tralnod Nurses, oatabllsliod and oponod just bo foro I loft, In October last(1 Proof has boon given that a known want Is now suppllod j tho domand for nitrsos bolng so groat. In tho month of. December, '09, applications woro rooolvod. Only a iry limited nut vory limited number of thoso oould bo entertained, as our staff was vory small. Wo havo now ton nurses In constant work, and two more aro dally oxpoatod frora- Hngland. Wo aro vory anxious to obtain larger promlsos and more nurses, but this requires funds, as tho outlay In first establishing a Homo of this kind must nooossarlly bo considerable. It can not bo self-supporting until It Is In full working order, and as tho public of all classes and in all parts of tho oolony bonoHb by It, I ask them...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

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Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

Social. XiOBD Oapel has been visiting, the mines at Orea wick, which were a source of great interest to Lord Oarrington's A.D.O. ,1 Mb. Lobimeb, of Oonnell, Hogarth and Oo., is about to sell his beautiful residence in Kew, and intends to take up his residence at' Brighton',' on ^account of his health. -ul Mus. Gwotiaw OhomiiWy (KHUum),^, bo hoi1 Hlabov, Mt'«, Hlokmnn Molm-m'tli (||mii Mits. Bu lUJ'L' (wlCaoe Di«, Ducat), m J l\ov daughfcov, lotvvo lav iv visit to l-'mnco In i|j tnigot'lo Mavlttmo S, Qulodonlouno,1' onAptlli Mnw, John Hamu/l<on (KUtomwIak), m! tvTO now ivt ISldorsllo. Mu, ANOMUH, TllOHAa BtDDKbtftfonowl to Mva, Girn'o-llldduU, ".0avov8«0nvro," Ktitefl Miw. Nation (sister oE lint, Btiwo Ski Wostbury-atroofc) St. KlldtO, loavofov Kngla| B.M.S. " OiU'bhftgo " on May 12th. Mn. AND Mtis. Ty.UNDO.ijii, Almswoad, loft last weak for Sydney, whoro thoy lutciull Mn. AND MlttS, JAM 159 Gll.UtAM, Pilntri Yarra, returned lust wook from New Mnw| mania. Mn. Fmo-EiiAi/D, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

Engagements. The marriage o£ Miss Hutahons, of Hawthorn, to Mi', Grist takes place next week at St. Oolomb's Ohuroh, The marriage of Mlas Eva Jonas, of Baltarat, daugh tor of tho manager of tho Ballarat bank, and Mr. Feehan, of Queensland, will bo oolebratod very Bhortly. The wedding of Miss Cogswell, daughter of Mr, L, H. Cogswell, of Brunswick, and Mr, B. 12. Hayes, M.A., Barrister-at-law, Is announced to take plaae on Wed nesday, 21st April. The engagement of IDarl Cairns, to Miss Grunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Beach' Grant, of the TJ,S,A,» has been formally announced. The engagement is announced of Miss Edith Smith, (the third daughter of the late Captain Smith,B.N.) Mathoura Boad, Toorak, and Mr. Lorrimor. The approaching marriage is announced of Mrs. Fred Burnaby (widow of the late Colonel Burnaby, the author of " A Bide to Khiva," who was killed in the Soudan), to Professor J. F. Maine. The marriage will take place in a few weeks at Berne, Miss Emily Shaw, of Windsor, will b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

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Stella MAYFIELD, SOUTH YARRA, APRIL 14, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

* "V T • / ?/. Mati'ikt.,!), Sooth yauba, Afiao 11, 1880, My Bjaakkst Maiuij,—\Vo wont to tho Melbourne Llodertafol on Monday evening and enjoyed ourselves Immensely, Hovr Julius Sledo oonduots In a most ofHoiotib manuor, and tho rosulb was In ovory way a complete suoeoss. All tho solootlons wore most judi ciously chosen, and wore listonod to by everyone with groat ploasuro. They woro all to a ocobaln degree class ical, but not to such an oxtent as to becomo monotonous. The selections from "William Toll," "Engodl," " Hymn to tho Night," and tho two part aotigs were rendered splendidly by tho Liodotafol, and wo hoard ovorybody say tho same as ourselves. A very charming composi tion was tho ballet music to " Oolumbn," which was dono full justieo to by tho orchestra. Miss Maher, a young lady wo have not hoard on tho concert platform before, sang two songs very nicely, and Signor Ooy was as usual in splendid voice. The mombors of the Liedertafel presented Herr Sledo with a lovoly wreath...

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On the Wing. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

On the Wing'. Theatre Royal, Sydnoy. On Satur day night last, Paul Morritt's thrilling drama, Tho Crimes of Paris, was produced for the first time in Australia, with tho full strength of tho Royal Dramatic Com pany, Gaiety Theatre, Sydney.—This Is tho twenty-seventh week of the Dampior season. The Great Pink Pearl, the first production of whloh'was under vice-regal patronage, is drawing excellent houses. The costumes and elfeots.nre said to bo very good. , New. Opera House, Sydney.—Tho Bohemian Girl, with Miss Grade Plaisted as Arllne, and Mr, Oharles Harding as Thaddeus, was produced on (Saturday night ,to a well-filled house, under the direction of Mr1. Luscombe Searellc. Academy oe Music, Sydney.—His oooks' Eederal Minstrels, with all the old favourites in new specialities, seem to have permanently settled in Sydney. The hall Is^orowded night after night. Olympic Theatre, Sydnoy.—Bella Sutherland's Variety Entertainment has been well patronised since the opening. Several of the v...

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Continental Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

Kantiml GoqcePi < unto; tlio Iwt I"''' ot tho OonBinonwi In tlio f5oolo«!o«l Clai'dons, The Uonmot tlio R«8«l«n Wnrshlp«Vost Led, Amongst those present wo notlood i~ ||o,(Kmt Melbourne), hi dovo'-oolored baah fcrtwlHou* satin j white straw bonnot, ■ ,villi dove-L-olorcd vol vot bows. Miss Taylor, La Comoro, with a plain skirt of starapod Ivclvot; bonnofc nud parasol to match. Miss |, )1[0tty costiimo of brown canvas and pale , brown toque, rollovod with palo blue parasol ' Mrs. i'mtor (% Kildn), In navy blue cash I block braided jacket, with deep out jot trim Mile straw bonnot with pink rosebuds, Miss I,, m (/,• nil veiling j toque to correspond, ■fnircr, In llcollo canvas with navy bluo stripe ; loicli, Mrs, Hobort Ollloor (Toorak), In brown jlih <1,irk navy bluo, omngo plush strlpo, and Jor cope. Mrs, Kluuoar, In black silk; white Jiiih light grcon ribbons, Mrs. Nlaoll looked ij,bomo black raorvollloux satin j black chip 1# white fouthors, Mrs. Edward Miller,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 April 1886

OF LONDON, PMNIX FIRE 0FFICE.= VICTORIAN BRANCH . o BUILDlNCt , | fl, MAN^IELC^ IA VL OR SATURDAY, APRIL 17. SEASIDE- HOMES AT PICNIC) POINT. A sea-side homo lms been for ages the dream of men suoaassful either In profes sional or commercial life. The reason of this Is that a rosldenoo by the seaside, with its ever changing panorama, Is specially conducive to health, to oontentmont, and to family hnpplnoss. No ohlldren arc more robust or .better developed or more secure In their passago through the perilous yours of Infancy than those reared within range of the music of the bright blue waves. Hence the sturdinoss of the Anglo-Saxon race in comparison with people brought •up inland, An opportunity now presents Itself to our princely merchants and wealthy profes sional men, as well as to those who have retired from the ac tive battle of life to secure at the .very highest elevation about Picnic Point, Brighton, and right on the railway station, a residence commanding not only the ceas...

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Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 April 1886

Amateurs. A OOMPLilMEK'i'AUY BESEUTC WftS ten dered to Mrs. Marcus Olnrko in the Hothum Town Halt last evening by the Thespian Amateur Dramatlo Club. The programme provided was an exoellont one, inoluding two songs by Madame Slmonsen. " t dreamt [ dwelt ' by Miss Crowle, a pupil of Ma dame Riraonsen's, and a triple quartette by gentlemen amatours. Mr, C. J?. Nott, Mr. W. H. O'Neil. and Mr. E. 0. Jack also tuok part. Mr. T. J. Hammond acted as accompanyist and Messrs. McDonald and Hid ley played a pianoforte duet. The entertainment ooncludod with "A rough Diamond," in which Mrs. Olarke, who ap peared as Margery was loudly applauded, The Essendon Amateur Dramatlo Club, will give a performance soon after Easter. The pieces chosen are " Our Wife " and '• The Happy Pair." The Hotham Social and Dramatic Club, gavo a very creditable performance of the Colleen Bawn, in the Temperance Hall, on Monday evening last. A Saored Cantata, " David the Shepherd Boy," was given in the West Melbourne B...

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