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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

The FAT CHILDREN, at the Waxworks, in Bourke-street, is the New Attraotion, and is drawing Crowds th Day and Evening.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fashion Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

Fagljion Jotsftqgg. A tretty style of bodice is made with a plain back, fastened down the centre, with very small buttons j the front having small stitched pleats from the neck. These bodioes are made long-waisted and a full wide sash is worn tied at the side. . i The bottoms of many of the new skirts are finished with a fold, and in order to appear double no hem showing in the finishing, many of the drapories, panels and scarfs are finished in the.same style. Net, with very small spots, in blaok and colors, is most fashionable for falls. The spots should be of silk, not of chenille, and though very small not too close together. Guipure lace or an excellent imitation of it with a design in relief is oxtensively used for trimming mantles. Although draperies were never so generally usod on. skirts as at present, yet many of the very newest dresses are'"made in the rodingoto stylo almost entirely without draping. The plush and velvet-striped dress materials seem to increase in favor. I...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

Amateurs. Messrs. Wipi/iam Ham nnd Albert S, Manders provided an excellent amateur entertainment for the inmates of the Benevolent Asylum last night. A CONCERT, for the benefit of the widow and child of the late Mr, G. H. Field, an officer connected with the Brighton Volunteer Fire Brigade and recently killed during brigade practice, was givon in the Now Town Hall, Brighton, last week. The Electric Sparks, with the assistance of several ladies, pro vided an excellent entertainment. The Charm song, Tosti, sung by Miss Lucinda Blaokham, was the gem of the evening. The songs of Mrs. Halinbourg, the Misses Brooks, Dovan, and Shrimpton's (2), and Messrs. Sinclair, Hunt, McLean, Taylor, and Dunlop elicited applause. Miss Boyle's recitation, An Actor's Story, was well received. A duet, Glue Glue, by Miss and Mr. Dunlop, was very pleasantly rendered. An appropriate recitation en titled, A Fireman's .Wedding, was well delivered by Mr. Callender, and thoroughly appreciated by the audience. Th...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wheels for Ever. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

"Wheels fOV Evoi, I . • " For ouWlooi* oxovolso, said a bloyclht, t nothing like my maohluu, tt clovolopa uvcrv m tho bocly, Physicians nil over tho country rcc< it." " Yea. I should think so, and surveyors tool" " Well, I'——" But ho saw tho hliotoy ol mark thon and wheeled away. I '• AVho rang the boll, Jane ?" " The grocer, mum." " With a bill, I suppose?" " Yes'm." •' You told him to come noxt week ?" " Yes'm." " What did he say ?" " He said he'd been hero a dozen times, ami v come again, mum," ■!.. \ " How oonaiderate. I didn't think it o( the man." Oh lady mine thou art so fair, With azure eyes and golden hah", I would thou wert ray queen ; a For with thee I the world could rcoaiij And never, never, stay at Lowe, But ,'mid the leaflets green — " Oh stay, exclaimed tbo maiden fair, " You charm me quite beyond camp-' , 'Tis.quite too too I ween; My gold is in my tinted hair, Your's line your spacious pockets m i Oh take mo for your queen,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

Befofe the CuPtaiq. Tina ovoning tho last performance of tlio Mikado at tho Royal. To-morrow ovoning the managotnont will rovlvo lolantho, aud promlso a muoh liner per formance, Mr, Frank Thornton will play Tho Lord Ohanoollor, Miss Alloc It, Darnott Tho Fairy Quoon, Mr, Frank Blsdalo (an oralnont young barltono ro« o.ontly from Mut'opo) will appear as Strop hoti, Mr. Tliomas Borgln, Tha Son try, Miss Nolllo Sfcawart, Mr. W. H, Wood Hold, Mr, F. Boyle, and Miss Ida Oa* borno, Ada Fisher, anil Julia Slmmonds, arc Included In the oast. Tina mantle of Rlstorl lias fallen on her talented tilooe, Slgnora Majoronl, who is now appoarlng at the Bijou in tho title role of Gfaoommottl's Mllr.aboth. Signer Majoronl Is the Iflarl of Iflssox, ft would bo -like trying to paint tho lily to attompt praising tlio porforraanao of the most talontod traglo artists, at present In Aus tralia.. Tho Majeronls have a reputation which has not suffered by their aotlng ln Mngllsh instead of their nativo tongue...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

flolloo to Subscribers. I nro (ho «ntMorl|)tl0ii roton for Tajimo Talk in PJ'f*' |'i)ny|inrt ot Vlotorln, or to (toy of fclia ooloiilow i— BO"< If 1 ,r.. n.t Kill, Oil, Ho, oa, L colonel liiohiilliift pontHaOi S1(( oa fi„ :: :: :: :: 10": *>: fclldiil III lilt ho imlil I" Iiilvivnoo, Poatnl ordara nhould bo Jill, JIAOIKOH IMOIWKV, 189 UllBlloll Btroot, Mol (oilII,JfAt/litOH -> — »"• «i'„i moi< !w|jiI iioim or BtHitijio, Vlotorlmt or from tiny of tho will ho IICOO||||)|I i>» jmyinont. To Correspondents. Irti/unt comiiiiitilootioitH tnto>ifl«(1 for lunortlonln Tahlm (miM ho wlillWHOil to—ill K KlUTOIt, OontriblltloilB do. Lioiwii mill lid rotiinioil | hot atUI, oyory rouaoimbio C ih.il r«i«.'iit will ho oiiriifully iittoiulod to, Ifowiii bo tnkon of HiioiiyHionii oommiiiilonMotia, Tho niuna tooltlm wriwr must l)« Klvon, thonffU^nc^t iiyoodiirtrily for lolloo lo Advisers. 7^, : OTStsfor AilvortlnomoHtB ttrq pimthlo to Mr, JfA'trniow y. NOTIOM. — — KSKS...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

OF LONDON. PH<ENIX FIRE OFFIflE,.^...,..... VICTORIAN BRANCH : ° jvtnunjijrNO , | n, MAN^IEL.0^ (AYLOR Ilia B S SPECTACLES. BSTAIIUISIIRIJ t Bristol, Bltglftiul, 1703i Moll)., 1802 WM. S. HUSBANDS, PR ACTIO Ali OPTICIAN, Sco., 81 QUEEN-ST., MELBOURNE Spootaolos, Babblos, ami Crystal Bouses (best quality) ; also largo stock oC Optical Instruments, Tim NJiVW "WATOH, OLOOK AND jm-WDLiiiauY nmPAiB shop is now ojionod ut 78 ULTHHIJLL STItkUT, opposite) Y.M.CI.A. H.VI1I11 ft womlurful Hystotu uC repairs I11 !>'Il-ht OIiihh manner at UHtonlHlilngly Low t'rlcoH "Wafcohos Ropaifod, Cleaned, and CHiav anfcoed, Bs.; now Mainsprings, as. fld. Olooks, from as. .TnwnijtiRUV nmt CHt.DINOS 0f nit kinds. Skh.puli nuii'xxus,Mumioai. boxbs, BtptcmtiaAt. Al'l'AllAWS, MOUISIjS, (bo. Nov. 18S5. " Venimua Vtcimua." ,r, , , „ Wo have^the honor l'\ announce to the ll^i^iy'1"11111111 iiH'iiuuu^uigroninra'Hiimi'giii^^iThmuTinrmniiiiTiiifiiiamjniut.'ii^^A^Auim^'i^uiugtinii^iiii.rmr^r.^ elite of M...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

Marriage. iiiM-I/ickM'.v.-'Oji Mnroh 7, ut Now York, H' Q-, 15J. Mot »oii of (loorgo UUwurtls, Untj,, o£ llnUoy-atroot, to .N'olllo V, Iluokloy, of Now Yorlr. ''TJ[BLE FRIDAY, AP11IL 30, 1880.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

I «uu iaoe, «en,, u Jiory compounds.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY THE SENTIMENTAL FLIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

$ite LigP? Oil AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY (BY' KUWMll.), THE SENTIMENTAL FLIRT, This aontlmontal flirt la aa popular among mon ns tho athleblo flirt is among womon. Tho avorago man profora to bo both aontlmontal ancl rollgloua by proxy. Ho haa a posltivo horror of tho woman who daroa to own that aho doubts any rollgloua dogma. Ho oon aldora that doubt la a prorogativo of hla on whloh sho^ has no right to inf rlngo. ■ *¥ - >t " i , . In hla opinion womon ought to bo both aontlmontal and rollgloua. Tho kind of woman ho roally lilcoa ia aho " whoso mook' bluo oyoa aro tondor ovor drowning ilioa, who tolls him doubt is devil-born." From tho ranks of suoh womon is tho aontlmoutal flirt drawn, * #, * As a rule, alio ia not at all of an aotivo or ontorprls ing disposition, Sho Bponds what leisure remains to hor from a good doal of visiting, thoatro frequenting, party going and an unlimited amount of flirting, in dreaming clroams of tho man aho intends to marry, who la to bo a kind of mixturo of...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

r Table Talk. JIJI, tlio Princess of Wales, Is In n vory unaatls L state of lionlth. Sho Is suffering .from an pcly itupleasnnt affeatlon of the oya. It npponTS [the trouble Is not in the oye itself, but is con Ll with the severe clipthoiio sore throat with |h the Princess wits ivttftokeci this winter. Curiously ph, the young Princess Louise has caught this eye llion from her mother,, The Princess of Wales is lufferlug from a bacl foot, and is so out of health 1 spirits that she requires a thorough rest and Itoisk Mr, James MnoBuin has made a grievous Tab in making a kind of an apology for identifying jell with The Women's Hospital Bazaar :—" He »that some people had qualms of conscience as to (her it was right to support auoh an institution, but ku perfectly satisfied in his own mind that this Station did not enoourago vioo. To alleviate dis |iid not give n premium to vloe or wrong-doing in pe whatever," Anyone who knows how to read Jeer, these lines will at onoe see that the quest...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXXII. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

CHAPTER XXXtl, Who purposely oUoats Mh friend, totmhl cheat hin Cfoil, Tho heavy, hot silonco that Is lying over everything out of doors, sooms to havo rushod inwards and wrapt all the house in its langour. Evory available curtain has been drawn to oxcludo the tyrant sun. Tho halls and galleries aro<dim with a soft twilight gloom. The drawing-rooms and boudoirs are suggestive of growing night, though it is still early in the afternoon. The huge bunches of lily of the valley are drooping and dy ing in their Chelsea bowls. Tho tall tree ferns are languishing. The dogs Ho upon the marble pavements panting for air, their mournful eyes looking liquid re proaoh at Nature, their red tongues hanging helplessly from their jaws. The stillness that reigns all round is great enough to be felt; no footsteps fall upon the tessellated floors, no gay laughter rings through the deserted gardens. They have all started on their fourteen miles drive through the richly-wooded country to the t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER XXXI. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

Bn&nymeHB, I i<(tuifiorof "PuruM," "Moult Bawn," «M*s. oeorrMT," " Douiti," (tea.. OtlAI'TlSB XXXI. motion*, look* and oyeo, Lfrtry word a reputation d;lo«, I ;nir;t looks up as .Lady Branksmoro brushes I"' » . I . 1 - b HM/1 Ithc cosy nook that contains-hor, and regards hoc, Lbnslmpnsslvo (is a sphinx," alio says, a,little Iwccly, frw chore i slto is safe to break out later Urmurs Mrs. Vynor hopefully, who has sunk I the loungo boslcio hor whilst waiting lor thotr ro Rlvc partnors to bring thorn tho iocs for which thoy "Take heart I" HI that to so sho will find horsoll proaontly tho L figure of an imbroglio that I for one should pre. [leering clear of. Thoro is somothing odd about Iksmcre's eyes. Ever notlood it ? " Neither tlmt nor anything else about him. Instinct {since warned mo ho doesn't admire mo, and 1 r waste ray tlmo." . , (nmnfrnid your little story about Lady Branks l awl Statues, unlike tho run of its order, has some »latlon," nVhat are you afraid of...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

Woi/fb's Schnapps Is sold by every respect able publican. Aooept no other.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

Social. _/»>la William Itetiumonl;, at: ii'iM'lii Unnvowl, Sydno.y, opotiad llr nt'fflKN'i'tMl bnllivoiti tlio othot* Lit About t'>0f(iWHtH attended, and (Iu/'iviH ki!|it III) Wgoroii.Mly until Inln'it, Tlwpmidawatv Hffhtud with L,0 luitenn nml colored jrlnss lamps, I is', (I, Comrd, the mvhltoot, was AuMtly eonipJ/montod upon Ida sua. Ifull/ carried out doBigu, tKHiinuol meeting ol tho Mel bourn0 |i)»« ftwloty will be hold in th° Xfflbly Hull, CollhiS'Btmt JSnab, Mol IwiMi Friday, May 7, at a quarter to iki svhen tlio result of tlio alootlon ■wito of vommlttoo will bo an Inced mid Allium! ropovta road, Tlio liM uill dellvor an address, lilllc A«< n Hull jUjc wn dials, wl lliem blV'u'ns It a Id 1"'''1 jpi on Wednesday, April 21, t ptal'V"nrmn'f(0«ionts br tho season "ti'Lrtlflfloratod'wIthfoyna; ancl !,< which Imd a vory good oifoot. " Pr\»» h)m unnonn (,MU A ball and stinpor will bo , t|,e close of tho first sorloa of llej nml nt tho oloso of tho sooond ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

Thos. Doujjall, dOLD&glLVER-SMITH iMroitTion oii" Silbcr anb (jBicdvo - $)Jatc, |J.mvous j&txmea, x^c. , —- - - ,jPY§=> Engagomont Rings i to ( £105 ( NEWEST AND MOST Wodding Presonis \ complete stookof best ( QUALITY GOODS ONLY. DIAMOND & OTHER JEWELLERY Ro-sot & Ro-Mountod in Nowost Stylos BY BEST WORKMEN ONLY, 37 doIIii]0-^.Ea^fc37 MELBOURNE. HIGH-CLASS PORTRAITURE. Bafchelder & Co. (Established 185-1.) Have always been notable for the quality ' and taste of their productions. Old friends and new should avail themselves of the present Moderate Terms. <^i*c>up£txga of Adults or Children. — Specimens at Rooms. Copies Supplied from Old Negatives. Also from Bottehii.i.'s. any si/.e or stylo, 41 Collins Street East. MEARES & BURNSIDE, Importers of FRENCH MILLINERY, Latest Fashions Ilcoeivecl by Faery Mail 155 LYGON-ST., CARLTON. REFORM YOUR TAILOR'S BILL. F. MACKAY & Co., TAILORS, MERCERS, & WOOLLEN Merch...

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Stells MAYFIELD, SOUTH YARRA, APRIL 29, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

mmw i - . ^4T' * -i^ Maygigi/d, South Yabba, Ai'itli. 20, 1880. My Dkaunst MA.tii.ia,—-Of courso you woro disap pointed on Saturday that; Lady Looh did, not open tho Women's Hospital Bazaar, after oomlng all tho way to town, You soo now that .1 was right when I told you soma woaks ago that tho swells of Toorak had given tho bazaar tho cold shouldor j and, as you aro awaro, Lady Looh Is rulod to a oortain degree by those who aro hot* Intlmatos, Of oourso thoy all sent presents to tho bazaar, but thoy would not tako any aotivo part at tho stalls. Tho affair will, however, bo a financial success, and that Is all tho promoters oaro for, # t # * Bo you know that tho nogloot of Lady Looh to opon tho bazaar has sot going tho tonguos of tho gossips, and ouoo thoy commence finding fault with anyono thoy do not know whore to draw tho lino. Some of thom say that Lady Loch Is beginning to retire from thoso social gnioties which Inaugurated hor rolgn In Victoria, and that Lady Oarrlngton Is to e...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

SPECIAL CLEM S AJL Ell SURPLUS STOi China, Glassware, AND , Crockerywa /, ^ Equitable Co-Operaiiij Society, 80 COLLINS STBKBT EAsI Buancjues No. 1—Chnpol-stroet, Praliran, No. 2-—Brunswlok-stroot, N, FiiJ No. 8—Burwood Bond, Hnwthori The Oommlttoo Respectfully Aunl that j THE SPECIAL OLKAUiXG si OF I CHINA, GLASS. & CROCKKltYII] Is Now Proceeding. All tho SurplusStock is now tains;01 to tho Public nt Strictly Cost I'tlJ and tho Usunl Soiling Prices off also Marked In Plain Figure;.] Purchasers thus see tho Great Ha| Obtained. By order of the committee, WILLIAM NL'TIAII, Secred last week 3G per cent, mon the corresponding week last year. JOHN BLACKBUffl tj 1832J ESTABLISHED [1852 SOLE AGENTl For the unrivalled K A P (&xunb anb tft'prigljt "With Patent Resonator. KAPS' GRANDS and UPRIGHTi KAPS' GRANDS and UPRIGHTi ■ KAPS' GRANDS and UPRIGHT| The Celebrated f ©il PIANOS. Famous for their Quality and V| of Tono. Unsurpassed for DurauiJity i Firmness. IN ALL STYLESj VOGEL...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

More Marriages. Oonvmri — Njuwman. — St. John's Ohuroh, Latrobo-stroot, was tho soone of a very pretty wedding on Wednesday, April UH, when MIhh Mnr^ Lninortina Newman daughter of Mr. H, Nowmnn, ; of Ifllls'.uboth-fltroot, was married to Mr. 1 J. W. Oolvlll, Secretary of the Oontral Hoard of I'Tonlth. H'ho olrnroli was beau tifully decorated for the oeoaslon. The eoromony was performed by the ltov, Oauon CJIinso. The brldo was given away by bor father. .Her dross was of poarl oolorod satin ; tho front of skirt unci tho voab wore ombroklorod with sood pearls. Tho draperies wore edged with laoo, and tho train, whloh was square, had long points at tho end, edged with pearls fall ing ovor a deep ilaoo, and satin niching, Sho woro a wreath of orange blossom and a sillc embroidered voil, a beautiful diamond brooch and pendant, and car ried a bouquet of ohoioosb (lowers. Thoro woro five brldormaids, Miss Jflthcl Now mnn, Miss Jlurlco, Miss Fleming, and Maud and Clraeo Newman. Tlioy all wor...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 April 1886

Marriages. Burn—Murphy.—On Tuesday afternoon, April 27, a \ very fashionable audience assembled at Christ Churoh, South Yarra, to witness the -marriage of Miss Florence Agnes Murphy, fifth daughter of Sir Fran'ois Murphy, » lOclgooomo," St, KiIda Bond, unci Mr, VV, MartluUurn, Trlnlty-halt, Onmbrldgo,nndInnorTamplo, 10,0,, only surviving son of blio Into Cloot'go Hum, 0,1.1,, M,D,, 11,K,, Inspoobor-goneral of hospitals and llootr, oi' Wooclsldo, assistant-master of tho Ohui'oh of ICngland Grammar Sohool, Molboumo, Tho Ohuroh prosontad a moat beautiful appanranao | tho windows, pulpit font, and milling cloak bolng oovorod with masses oi snow-whlto ohrysanthomuma and forus. Tho altaii rails, and ohatiool woi'o similarly arrangod, and three arohos to correspond woro plaood In tho oontrni alslu* At tlu'oo o'olook tlio bi'ldo ontorod, loaning on tho aim of hor fabhor, who afterwards gavo hoc away. Sho was followod by 11 vo bridesmaids—Mlas 10, Murphy (hoc slstor), Miss Floronoo Honby (ho...

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