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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

More Marriages. A iuustty wedding took plooo at St. Allpius' Ohuroh, BalFurat, oti April!! 20, Tho bride was Miss Minnio Talllo, third bridesmaids i Miss .■ 10.' N. , Khvffd, pruho. satin and plush | Miss'JM.1 Yoal,. arcam satin and blue j Mlss S, Williams, oroam Indian muslin and'nilrdinal] satin.'■/The■ groomsmon woro Messrs. Tail'o, RaaoltOj Veal, and Williams. , Twin marrlago o£ Mr. J. G, Mombrdy, of Melbourne, and Miss 10. IV Oarvosol, of Redan, took plaoa at tho Primitive Methodist Ohuroh, Darling-street, Bal larat, on April 27 Tho ltov. W. Hunt oilleiatod. The bride woro a dross of brown satin and biscuit aolorod volvot. Tho six bridesmaids, Missos Mombroy, Oarvosol (4), and Harry, woro oraara drosses. Messrs, llowo, Mombroy (I)), Oarvosol, and ltoid wore groomsmen. A rnwra'Y, wedding took plaoo at the Prlmitivo Methodist Ohuroh, Broomiiold, on April 27, whon Mr, P, Brawn, and Miss Vipond, of Broomilolcl woro married. Tho marriage eoromony whs solemnised by tho Rev. W. Gould,...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY A'CHAPTER ON WIDOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

V.;-. jjfB'MA.v bg £ide Ligpg ^r;'c'T'lT^ °* ■auWtbALIAN SOOIETY (BY EUMUjEII.) i-tiw..,. A'v OIIAPTlfllV ON WIDOWS, Widows'have always boon a privileged muoh-oon sldoind'class of society, A groat doal of compassion is of ton wasted on thair condition, Tbo loss of n husband is not always so overwhelming a blow as at first sight apponrs, A ponnlloss widow Is, of oourso, to bo pltlod j but if a woman is loft comfortably off, she onjoys tnoro froodora as a widow than at any other period of hor oxistouoo. She lias no ono's tastos to aonsult but hor own. Sho aau live how and whoro sho ploasos, MAuuiaoe is so often a loap in tho dark j it is so dlfHoult to judgo of tho oharaotor of a man until you lmvo llvod with hhn, that the ohanoos of unoongonial companionship nro infinite, A woman of my acquaint ance, who had "no oar," marriod a man dovotod bo muslo, above all to flute praotioo—a proooss horrible beyond description. As1 a good wifo sho was always obliged to look as if sho likod it. Wh...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

Vice-CiiAOTEtiUHi Dr. Brownlesa' address, fit ; tno aeiinlCoramonoomontof tho University on Snturday, uperhnps tho rao9t interesting over delivered/in tljre Hull, Tho vonorablo gentleman can remember bin the university was attended by only a handful (Undents, unci lour lads prosented themselves for the ntriculatlon, o£ whom two passed. Dr. Brbwnless uthus been oonnoo tod with the growth of the Uni mity since its oavllost infancy to its upward adol Mce. Hohns boon unremmitting in the execution "sduties j has clisplayod tho finest taot in the' many th'. te negotiations ho has had to transaot j and he u'lone nil this without foe c,r reward, Surely it lis at a churlish spirit whioh declines to recognise the Mors great sorvloos by allowing him now an annual tipendas the Exooutivo Head of the University. ,, i jHeaves bo thanked 1My. oause. for. anxiety :b,as ntemovetl, and I shall now bo able to retire,to' rest fcilh the assurance that " balmy sloop 11 will oomeito Jwnithonttho aid of mor...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XXXIV. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

CHAPTER XXXIV. " Harsh sjn'ings, and fountains bittoror than thu sea." His face Is white ancl stern, a sullen frown lins gathered on his forohoad, bonoath his bent brows his! eyes look out onker, filled with suppressed fire. | •"This is an unwarrantable intrusion,"' says Lady i Branksmorc, rising slowly to her feet, and standingj now with her hand resting upon the back of her'obair. I She glances swiftly at the door as if to Eissure .herself! that it is indeed looked, as when she herself five minutes ago had turned tlio key in it. He must have; come then through tho bedroom. ." Kot more so than usual," coldly. " My presence—: anywhere—is an intrusion now, if you happen to bo there." .. " What has brought you?" asks she haughtily, gazing at him with ill-concealed dislike. .v " — " I have oomo to domand an explanation," returns he, deliberately crossing tho room to-close .the'door by. which he had entered. IIi3 very action has such deter-: mination in it that it startles her. " Explai...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER XXXIII. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

L&diJ Bpanl^me^ By the author oil " rHYfcM8,"."Moi.i,Y Gxaoi^KiflY," " Dome," Jet), ■ OHAFXMU XXXIII, " Consider that the invisible tklnn onllrtl name is viada uj) <t/' tho breath e/.llw hi/J 'ttjieah wall of yon" Sum has biiroly tlmo to go to hor room mid J flolf Into tlio hands of hor woman boforo the ntrf hor guasts, l'oturning from Lady Blount's tenuis mnkos itsolf folt by tho sounds of gay lniightd tho ollelc clank of hlgh-hoolod shoes running i stairs,Mrs, Amyot knocks nt tho door In p^ ask if hor haadaaho Is bottor, and with a vile sJ hypoorlsy full upon hor, she answers " Yes, a} though tho hondnoho oortnlnly had boon there} morning, and no faintest untruth had been ■ about It. Sho Is fooling tlrod, worn out In soul and 1 It Is with a sonso of physical comfort that sli| hor walking attlro and lets Brtdgmnn clothe hel looser, oaslor tea-gown, of white torry velvet, tl so. charmingly upon hor lissome flguro, nud Is i oi'ated by faintest spot of color, As the...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

Gfjair1 of f/[u?io CONCERT. TOWN HALL. Next Saturday; 8th MAY. Undor tho .patronage of His EX CELLENCY tlio Q OVERNOR ' / and lady LOCH. Tho following1 Distinguished Artists have gehorously promised llioir , gratuitous sorvioos t— MRS. PALMER (Prima Donna Soprano), . MISS CHRISTIE FULLER. 1 (Contralto), • HERR 'RUDOLF HIMMER (Tonor), MR. GORDON GOOOH, A.R.A.M (Pass). The METBOPOLITAN LIE DEBTAFEL, Conduoted by Mv, Julius Hera. TheVICTOBIAN SOCIETY oE OBGANISTS. Solo ; Organists—Mr. J. Summers and Mr.'J. B. Edoson. FAMOUS ZERBINI QUARTETTE, Oonsisting oE Messrs. G.'WESTON, I-I. OUBTIS, J. ]3. ZEBBINI, . AND C. BEIMEBS. Madame. CABLATTA .TASCJA, li.S.B;A.M., Solo Pianist. Miss NELLIE , WEITCII, Late leading actress of Miss Gene vieve Ward's dramatio; company, r will give Two Becitals. Master FELIX ' KBUSE ' , ' ' (Solo Violin). , TicketsatAllan's. _j "is./ 'ts., 3s.',; 2s., Is. J.' LAKE, .Seorctary.

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

Thos. Dougall, * OLD & SILVER-SMITH iMrowTicn oi" j$ilbxr nnb <!£.(xt.tv.cr - $)Mc, ^jxxdcru# JStonxa, #c. ... ^r»~g * Engagomont Rings J to I ooXv-/o , „ ( NEWEST AND MOST wodding Prosonfs < oomplete stook of best ( QUALITY GOODS ONLY DIAMOND & OTHER JEWELLERY Ro-sot & Ro-Mountod in Nowost Stylos BY BEST WORKMEN ONLY. 37 CoIIiq^-^.Ea^t 37 MELBOURNE HIGH-CLASS PORTRAITURE. Bafchelder & Co. (Established 185-1.) Hnve always boon notable for tho quality and taste of their productions. Old friends and new should avail themselves of the present Moderate Terms. ' Qsrcmpfiaga of Adults or Children. — Spoolmons at Rooms. Copies Supplied from Old Negatives, Also.from Bottebill's. : - any size or stylo. 41 Collins Street East. MEARES & BURNSIDE, Importers of FRENCH MILLINERY, Latest Fashions Received by Foory Mail 155 LYGON-ST., CARLTON, REFORM TOUR TAILOR'S BILL. F. MAOKAY & Co., TAILORS, MERCERS, & WOOLLEN Merchan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

WUon buying SoHNXi'PS, bo auro you obtain tba genuine Wolfe's Sounaits,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stella MAYFIELD, SOUTH YARRA, MAY 6, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

MAYl'IISI/D, SotT'l'U YAUUA, May 0, 1880, Mr DMA-rest MAiitid,—Wo wont Inst Friday to hoar How Holnrloh Kclhtar's pianoforte rooltat at tho Athowoum, which was a groat artistic success although :it was not so, I am told, from a financial point, But this docs not much matter to tho young, handsomo, and accomplished German pianist, who has plenty of private moans, and does not dopoud on art for his support, Horr Kohl or has a vory light touch, and tho piano Is managed by him with groat skill. We also wont to tho Metropolitan Llodertafol Clon oort on Monday. Not on aooount of any particular at tractions offered by tho aonduotors, but simply bo cnuso wo did not wish to wasto 7s Gd, worth of tickets, I think tho amount of subscription &2 2s. per annum charged by tho Metropolitan Llodortafol Is simply exorbitant, I think tho Philharmonic and Melbourne Llodortafol, glvo as muoh and often oven more oujoymont for £1 Is, Tho conductors of tho Metropolitan Llodortafol will have to lowo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

To Ladies and G-entlemen suffering from Corns,' Bunions, and Ingrowing Nails, Professor.,Keen (from Schom berg and Keen, San- Francisco), presents his compliments, and begs to assure them that he can Painlessly and Permanently Oure them. Consultation Free. Charges Moderate. 5 Pabk Tebbaoe, Fitzboy Stbeet, St. Kilda, and at Patients' Residences by appointment.

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Richmond Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

Richmond Assembly. , Tub first of tlie.nbove tvssorabllos waa bold In tho Richmond Town Hnll on •Friday, 80th ultimo, undor tho patronage of tho Mayor and Oounoillors. Tho com mittee.had workod onorgotically to make It a suoooss, and their efforts wore To warded, There was a good attendance, and tho hall, which had been tastefully decorated by the Messrs. Johnson, looked Its best j whilst, from behind the " Inter lacing o'er creeping boughs " which set ofE tho stage, Issued the well timed strains of Mr, F. Zeplin's band. The Indies, as ; usual, at those popular assemblies, were •dressod with, exqnisite taste. Amongst the costumes we noticed the following ■ Misses Weaver, white satin skirt, with vest of tho same tastefully trimmed with .pearls and flowers. Miss Dunlop, nice laco skirt, with cardlnnl plush bodice. Miss 33. Dunlop, laae skirt with figured Madras muslin, bodice trimmed with cardinal ribbons, Mrs. Levy, cream dress trimmed with lace. Miss Le Fobre, white silk dress taste...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Pope and Freemasons. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

The Pope and Freemasons. Fukwmahonh, aspoalalty bluma who belong to tho; Bbtnan Oathollo Glnmih, will bo Intorostad bo hoar how Popo Loo "X T. 11 treats distinguished Mnaonsi 'J'ho Uoman Oathotlo Bishop oJ? 'Nottingham lias rooontly prohibited Mngllsh Oathollaa joining tha Prltnroao Longuo, aiul Mr, lOdward do Llslo, of CI mood ion, Loloostorahlro, ono of Ita dlablngulahod members, hna gouo to Homo to protost against tha Bishop's anathe mas, Mr. ltoborb Stuart wrltoafrom Borao, under dato Marah IP, that the .'Papa novor dlaaards a Conservative ally no mattor what his orood may bo, and on tho aamo grounds Mr, Stuart thinks that tho Bishop of Notting ham Is wrong in scattering tho Oonaorvatlvo fo'raoa In Hnglnnd, Mr. Stuart says !—"Had It not boon for tho porsonal Intorforouoo of .Loo XI IT., a fusion of tho Oonaorvatlvo foroos In Bomo and tho principal towns of-Italy would havo boon Impossible, Tho soattorlng, of tho Oonaorvatlvo foroos would havo lod to this ro sult, that by this tl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. Justice Webb. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

Mr. Justice Webb. Selbourni3 Chambers say that the appointment of ■Mr.! Webb is all right, and the genuine opinion seems to be that he will reflect much mom credit on the : Supreme Court bench than his predecessor. They say that Mr. Justioe Kerferd shines best in Banco, because' then'he'Is in a minority and no harm can result. It is no secret that Mr. Webb's practice has been falling off during the last Ave years. No doubt the death of his favorite daughter during his trip home affeated him considerably. He had a habit too of placing a higher value ■ on his services than was the case with other barristers,'and if this was done with a view of lighten ing |his .labors it was successful. But he may have thought that the counsel and advocacy of a Queen's1 Counsel should be more valuable than that of an ordinary barrister. Still he remained easily first at the Equity bar, the leadership of whioh will now be token by Mr, a'Beckett, who, though a sound and clear-, headed lawyer, is a somew...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

Social. A vc/tr enjoyable ditnao was given last Erlday ovon g; April 110, by tiro Hon, ancl'Mi'S, Jaraos Munro, ab llMrresldonco, Avmndftlo, Mrs. J. Austin gnvo ft lftt'go bull ab lior; rosidonoo, totaong-rond, Onttlflold, on .:3Mdnyy.April BO. The Itoandiaround tho house wore beautifully lighted up |f the occasion, and n lfti'go number of 'guests wore in Liendance, The bftll wis in honor of. Miss Austin's J A grand conoort and ball in aid of St, Georgo'a Inacli of tho H.A.O.B.S, will bo- hold in tho Sb, ■toryc's Hall, Cnrlton, this ovoning, j J Mrs, Maidment gavo ti bftll at her residence, Haw Iswi,on Friday, April 130, J The Karl nnd CJoitntess of Dtilhousie and General lit Patrick M'Dougal and Lady M'Dougnl arrived at liymutli 011 Mnroh 23 by. tho Neiv Zealand Company's all steamer Kalkourn, : j A presentation was niftdo to Mr, Walter Lansly passer of tho Bank of Victoria, Prahran, on Wod isday, Slay 5, prior to his departure for England. [ \m second general mooting in oonnoption...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

Engagements, fiiKwldliig01 M''' A' °< I'owoll, oldest son ot |)(r, Milium of .fnkontiftti-afcroot), ff'fc, Kilcln, I I jjjjj ]<;, J, Stvitiison,' old oat daughter of Mr, n Smurson, OfU'uor-Hfcroob, St KUdii, la to tnka ■pljrttm M#y J2lli. ^ , , , W «»g»gflnwnt !«'nnnouncocl In London* o£ lilies Helta Loroy, dniiglitor of tlia Into Mr. Monfcugiio h„ot8,lm t0 Ml'- Luinloy, solicitor, London, Mm tevcy Is ft slstor of Mrs, Mtiurloo Lonjntnln |(«ltalior), of Alolbourno, -4- i

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The "Colonies." [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

The " Colonies;" Jimsa upon tlio " Healtherios," tlio " Jbsli 'nntl the "Inventories," the Indian unci jaial Exhibition—or, tlio " Colonies," as, it is I to be colled—will be tlio groat attraction of p Babylon on and after Tuesday last for lihiwntliB to come. Patronised' by royalty, filed by di3tingttisl\ocl colonists, and fostered I'! commercial spirit of Great Britain, tliis p undertaking can scarcely fail, .not only plope trade in England and her dopen n,but to draw olosor togothor the bonds-— d!k and strong as steel "—which unite Mire. It may safely bo sai d that no other V(.treat Powers of Europe could furnish such fndid proof of ita illimitable resources, of its enterprise, and of the unity of its people 'oW is nble to show to the* world in |hhiUtion, Tlio products of . every clime ' e,«y soil, from.tlio frozen states .of -Nor-;. ! Canada to the sunny plains oE> a Australia, |^wir tribute« and such a -magnificent ■ colonising genius":of. the Auglo 'p displayed as the world ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

Marriages. ma •Ifw.uNP,—On March 2fl| at at. Marys Abbotb's, jioii. i>>- tl>« ltov, W, CJalvort, Vicar of St. Eater, Dulwlotn, (shriek Itoiiliiaon, youngest sou of IUohard Wilkinson a, K«(., lno nl Sydnoy, Now South' Wales , to ' Elohno* daughter of the Into J. W. Holland, Esq., o' ' I.3.K. Ojt March SB, at St. Mary Abbott's, Konslng |/Ha iiov. s. iwimll, DiA.i"William .Lnko Broun, ohlof fiiloiol.inind Orloutal Company's aorvloo, sou of tho lato Jl iiBfyth Uroiiti, Qovormnout ■ Hosldout, Eroamnutlo, Um'.nll.!, t<> Harriot Louisa (Loo), fourth daughter of tho iHui tooillo, solicitor, of Oholtonham. TJjBLE Ti^," FRIDAY, MAY. X) 1880,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

X ARTISTIC mme ^ttrnMvers 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 Its Class, and Leaves Nothing to bo Desired in Brilliancy and Sweetness of Tone and Elegance of Design. None but Thoroughly-seasoned Matoi'ials are Used in Its Construction, and it is now Generally Recognised as The only CHEAP PIANO of Merit. Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. PHOTOGRAPHS AND PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO COLLI NS-ST E MELBOURNE. MLAN&Coi i^fcigliic COMPANY. Wholesale (BUXTON'S) Rib% Importers of Drawing Material, Artists Colours, &c., &c, Orystoleum,- Poonab,1 Ohinoloum, and other dosoriptiou o£ Puney-Work Mntorlals, Oommeroial, Law and Fanoy Stationery Bali Programmes, Visiting and Woddlug Oarcls, Oil'oulars, Priutod or Engraved, ifce. A...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

Marriages. Grist—Hutohinos.—A very fashionable wedding took plaoe at St, Oolomba' Ohuroh, Hawthorn, on Thursday April 29th, when Miss J, Elizabeth Hutch ings, daughter of Mr. Hutohings, of Weinberg Road, Hawthorn, was married to Mr. Hubert Charles Grist, The ohuroh ~ was , beautifully decorated. Floral stars i were placed on each side of the, chancel windows, wreaths were. suspended from each gas jet, and the i lower parts of the windows were covered with .flowers, while the pillars were encircled by wreaths of foliage. Three arches of white and colored chrysanthemums, were erected aoross the aisles, and the monogram; of. the bride and bridegroom in white marguerites was arranged in front oL' tlio pulpits. Hows ol! whilo Fronoh ribbon wore arranged on tlio ond of tho houIm whloh woro reserved for guests, Tha brldowas attired in a very handsomo aostumo of poarl satin, trlmmad with laoo, full front of, paarlocl tullo and train of vortloal strlpod volvot j sillc ombroldorod voll find w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 May 1886

Every yonr Wolfe's Sounappb gains in ^favor •with a discerning public, while other liquors are oiat into oblivion.

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