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Side Lightys OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY THE WIDOW-HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

$ide Ligpg 01'' AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY (BY nmWMJU,) THUJ WIDOW-HUNTMB, I iiavm ofton hoard of wldow-huntora. I novor mot ibub ono of tho Bpoolos, Ho waa a fctvll, spare young maw, !wlbh oagar gray oyos, sob oloso togobhor. Wlion I ilrab Iknow him ho was a merchant's olork, enjoying a vary Ismail Ihoomo, Ho waa that curious anomaly—a lazy colonial. His wanta woro hi an Invorao ratio to his moans, and, to hlmsolC, ho waa raraarkably gonoroua. Ho was vory fond of a good liorao, and would glvo up much, notably tho satisfaction of paying Ills dobts, In 'ordov to lcoop ono. Ho liatod work, and would avow to his Intimates, with dolightful frankness, that ho hover llntondod to allow hlraaolf to fall In lovo with a woman aintll lio had aaoortaluod tho oxaot amount of lior fortune. . His lmcl had a oruol disappointment In aarly youth. An unolo, for whoso shoos ho had patiently waited for years, had bequeathed all his money; on his death, to " public usos." It was aftor this blow that Horace Evely...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XXXVI. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

OHAl'TMlt XXXVI. <i The hatrocl of those who are most nearly, ooilnee'ted is the most inveterate,", . t > Jfc l«i In fuot, Brnnksmoro'a stop, Ho had found his way through tho armoury door tluvt alio had.loft open,: atuV la now in tho hall,. A faint light oomlug.from bonoabh tho library door attraata hla , attentionj , in voluntarily ho-turns towards lb, and finds ldmaolJ! pro sonily, staring at Dlok aorosa a reading lamp, ■ ■ , ■ ■"<, "Whoro la your slstor?" demands ho, in an aggroa-' slvo bono.. ; " " Mnrgory and Angolloa aro in tho noxb room, I think ) tho twins in bod," rotorts. Dlok, frownlnglyj , Ho .Una gob ,upon his foot, and la looking at, Branksmoro with opon enmity iu his glanoo. " Oi! my, eldest slstor. you; should know mora than mo." , v ... " Is sho horo ?" . , " That is a sbrango question for you to ask. Whoro olso should she bo at this hour bub bononth your roof—• unloss sho was driven to leave It," , . ,, " A truoo to bombast," saya Branksmor...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER XXXV. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

V11 BMn^mere, Iltoniitliorof"i'lUT/WSi" "MoUvY «Mhb <3Udmurt" " noma,": &ci, CILIAI'TMtt XXXY. I „/,y/ fitnwiiibti)' ioMlo the U(/Ht iivuh ■i/uu, f /„ tho nlfjht tlmo Xshall not/m'ffot." Hostn'fs rtio '1,<Wo" tlu) cloriH° banlc ol! oloucla ii^jdiill tliolionyons, btifc a pulo wutory moon (lj (iero mid tlioi'o » vaguo pathway through fcho lb flint helps hut' to find tho woodland ,'patli that ,1,/row tho Onallo to hoi' old homo, Swiftly, (totally, shu movoa towards It, conscious of llttlo iibntilio Is leaving buhind hor misery too groat to terne. Icr Irnila Is still so disturbed, hor thoughts so wild, it she can hardly eonoontmto thorn upon any ono ling; yot through nil tho ooufusion a sonso of solf rorpervades hor being. She is ashamed 5 that Is (prlnclpnt jmlu—nslmmod down to tho voi'y innor atdcjillu of hor. She had raised hor hand against i; sliu, Murlol 1 A touch of loathing, of orttol self ilemfit, cuts Into hor already soared and bruisod «f, Slio I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Married in Prison. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

Married in Prison. At tho Novgorod'prlanti ohtipol (anya tho IttlHaiiin Pch'rbvrnnhU). (UizHto) a ourloua oouplo wna roountly married. A young follow of tho nutno of /ntml'/kl, whohutl boon aontonood to n term of Im prisonment for M youra unci alx months with ItnI'd labor, married u young girl who was tho duughlor of a Holdlor, Yol'romolV, and hud only boon rolouaod from^tho Nov gorod prlaon ut tlio beginning of tho pre sent your, /umizkl bud told hit* brother of bin Intention to tnurry, but tho luttor thought tho prisoner lnmmo, dooming it impoaalblu tliut any womnn oould bo porauadod to marry a oonvlot, Ho was, liowovor, convinced of tho truth by tho prison administration aonaonting to tho marriage. On tho wedding tiny tho wnrdor uppourod in tho prisoner's ooll, lila chains woro romovod, ho wua droaaod in ublnak auit, and tukon to ohapol, whoro tho brldo uppourod with tho bridegroom's brothor, droaaod in a whlto bridal dross nnd voil. At two o'olook tlio qoromony wna begun aovoral...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

More Marriages. On tho 22nd April, at tho roaldonoo oE fclio. bride's parents, Quay struct, North Quay, Brisbane, by tho Bov. 10. J. Bodd, Oharlcs Homy, oldoab boh oE Mr, O. Ghatnborlalti, Pa trio torraao, was tnarrlod to Sollna Hooy, su'oohd daughter oE Mr. P, Hardaman. On tho l<tbh April, at tho Bishop's roaldonooj " Para," by tho I'tov. Father Fouhy (admtulabrator oE tho dloooao), Mr, Jamos Staines Oolllnga, oE " Watoraon," Bowon, Northern Quoonalaiid,wna marrlod to Fanny Natalloua, third daughtor oEtho lato Mr, Stophon John Mlllor, Brlabano. On tho 2nd April, at St. Andrew's Ohuroli, South Brlabano, by tho Bov, Bornard It, Wilson, Mr, Alox Bornharcl IMmno, o£ Stockholm, was marrlod to lOmma Bll'/.a Blohards, youngoat daughtor of William Nathan Bloluirda, oE Victoria, On tho 22nd April, at Boalyn, Now Zealand, William, oldoab' son ol lkv. William Bannorman, waa marrlod to Agnoa Gibson M'lEwon, only daughter of tho lato Mr. Dnnlol M'lflwon, Puorua, Ok tho 28th April (Ea...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

Y H 3D A T R B ROY A L Oncler the management of Messrs. Wil liamson, Garner and Musgrove, E V 3D R Y 3D V E N I N G. ; I O L A N T H 3D I I OLA NTHE 1 I OHANTHE I I01ANTH1I l; 0 L A N THE I I O L A N T IT E I I OLANTHE I IOLAN THE I Box plan open daily at Allan's. H. R. HARWOOD, General Business Manager. S T . GEORGE S HALL Iiossoa nncl Manager i Mr. Prank St. Olaro. To-night and Every Evening, B. L. Parjoon's World-ronowuod Bui'losquo D O 0 T O 11 PA USTVS: Or, tho Demon; tho Bamo, tlio Dootar, and tho Damsel. ■ . UNDOUBTED SUCCESS. Evory Itoui Enoorod Again and Again. Soonory palntod by Mr. H, WHAITE, from fno ahniloa of Mr. Honry Irvlng's produotion of "Pauat" now boing playod at tho Lyooum Thoatro, London. This Groat Produotion under tho direction of Mr. JOHN L. HALL, Who haa appeared in his groat Impersonation of Mophlatopholos for over 2000 nights, through-. ■: . out Groat Britain, America, and tho outlro globo. NEW TOPICAL SONGS, And All tho Latest Looal Hits. ■ Prloos : da.,...

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Fashionable Sydney Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

Faggionalile. J^dneiJ Ball. ON Tuesday ovoning, May <1, the Exhibition Build ing, Sydney, presented a very bountiful appoarunce, on the ooaaslon of tho ball given in aid of tho School of Industry, A most fashionablo company was present, owing to tho prosonco of His Excellency the Governor and Lady Oarrington, accompanied by the Hon, Miss Judith Harbord, Lord Bertio, A.D.O., Oaptaln G-as ooigno, Oaptain Torry and Mr. Wallington, A.D.O.is, and Miss Whoolan, Lndy Oarrington looked oxtromoly woll in chartreuso mcrvoilleuso satin, with low bodice and short slocvos ,* her hair becomingly dressed and surmountod by a handsomo tiara of diamonds, diamond bangles, and a rlvlero of tho satno wore worn on her arms and nook, Hon. Miss Judith Harbord, in white satin and tulle, with natural pink roses in her dross 5 her hair dressed high, in which roses wore also worm Miss Wheelan, in simple white, Mrs. Maddon (St. Kilda, Melbourne}, looked well in black satin and cut jet relieved with p...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Remarkable Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

A Remarkable Marriage. A YoxJNO- Man occupying the post of head caBhier with one of our lending merchants at St. Petersburg, has by his diligence and honesty, acquired the un limited confidence of his employer. In spite of his excellent qualities, however, he nearly lost his situation the other day, because he dared to apply for the hand of the merchant's daughter. There was a scene, and after calmly> listening to the outpourings of his principal's rage, the cashier returned in silence to his post. The merchant inferred from this quiet demeanour that the suitor had renounced his pretensions, but here he was mistaken. Next morning, on rising, he reaeivod tho following letter : " Last night I took out of your safe CO,000 roubles in gold and notes. Love led me to commit this act of folly. Q-ive me the hand of your daughter and I will restore to you the whole amount. I am lodging at the Hotel S a. I am sitting by the burn ing stove. If within half-an hour I receive no favourable repl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Students' Pranks. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

Students' Pranks, •THffl students at Trinity College, Dublin,1 have been "blown up" in a double sense. '-.A band of uproarious undergraduates have been attempting to introduce a " reign of terror " within the college preoinots. Not contentwith the old and crusted pastime of sorowing up the door of their comrades' room, they have utilised the resources of science to the extent of, putting gunpowder in private letter boxes, and discharging squibs', rockets, and other pyroteoh'nioal trifles in each other's bed-rooms. The fireworks have exploded, and so have the dons 5 but, whereas the first-named catas trophes have ended in smoke, the righ teous wrath of those in authority.is likely to terminate far more seriously, The names of some of these gunpowder plotters have boon reported at head-quarters, and they are likely to be dealt with rather unpleasantly.

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Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

Social. i Loiid and Lady Oarrlngton gave a dinner party at Government House, Sydney,' on Saturday,'.'May 1st Amongst tho guosts wore Mrs.; Bright, Mrs, J. Madden,, and Miss Beatrice Stephen, of Molbourno. ? Mbs. Amiiub Kino- gave a ball last week at her residence, Kow. ■ " I Mil, and Miss "VVatt, of EdgeollfEo road, Sydney, gave a largo ball on Tuesday, iMay 11. Invitations to a sooond ball to be given on May 18 had been Issue d simultaneously. ' ;■ Mns. Aleok Campbell, of Woolhara, Sydnoy, has issuod Invitations for a ball at tho Town Hall,- to-night May 14. The Essendon Soolal CJlub hold thelr'monthly meet ing on "Friday, May 7; An excellent programme was well carried, out by Messrs. Hickoy, Bowan, Ohlsholm, O'Flahorty, W. Boss, and Shattock. Mr. Simpson's oomio songs wore thoroughly enjoyed by .the audience, and woro encored. Mns. O, J. Robeiits has Issued invitations for a ball to be given at Ghatsworth, Potts Point)-Sydney on May 17tli, . • i The first ball of the'Oaulfield Pri...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

Engagements, Turn ongag'omont la announood In 'Syclnoy of Mr, Potor Ruaaoll to Mlaa Day, both of North Shore, Sydnoy. Tun ongagomont la announood of Mlaa Wllaon (daughtor of iMr, Samuol Wllaon, of Bondl, Sydney, formerly of " Lima," Donalla, Victoria), to| Mr, O. 33, lloborta, of St, KUda, •

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Stella MAYFIELD, SOUTH YARRA, MAY 1[?], 188[?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

Wa MAYJi'IJfltiD, SoUU'Jt YAIlItA, MAY 113, 1880 My Dlfl A it MAiuiil,—Wo hud mndo urrangomonts to go, on Saturday avoning, to:tho Chair of Music Oon oorfc, to I really thlnlc lb la desorvlng of tho support of ovory lovor of muslo, Wo woro, howovor, disappointed, Pooplo say thoro has boon a hitch somowhoro, and ao tho Oonoorb will not talco plaoo till noxb month, But .1 havo It on tho boat authority that tho poatponomont will bonoflb this doaorvlng objoob in a moat maborial way. Lady Looh la to Intoroat horaolf In tho dispoaal of tlokota at fanoy prioos, and you know what that moana. Tho rich ladioa must follow suit, and that la all that the aouto Mr, Lake wants. Ho la porhapa tho boat man in Australia for organising a suocossful oon oort for a oharltablo objoob, Ho knows how to touoh tho hearts, and pookota too, of our rich, # # # The ladles and gontlomon who arc Intoroatlng thorn solves in the Women's Hospital Bazaar, avo jubilant ovor tholr suaooas. Tho weather for some days past...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]tercolonial Tennis Match. DESCRIPTION OF DRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

mm mm Mlo0 Tei]iji0 flj&fcc§, *MW«W I , luidii In ftstftto ol grout oxouoraono r " of tli« Jntorcoiontn1 ionula rtiatohos. T..„ ■jenueiico0 „ ■ „ tho lawn at Mooro Park iSllu'milsod by til" viceregal party. Lady 1/1 waa ftttlrod In a soft mauve .silk, with a I lo tullo toniiot, mauve gloves and para rT,;; i((J(l,j„<IUl, llnrboard wore a White washed L ivlili cronmlmt and parasol. | I ~"1"" I .. Loohkk ** ivoll -represented, |; MisaAmlo Looked striking in a handsome and perfectly §Liiin.ouf dark groon, tho bodice pnd draporlos ■cuhmcre, with pointed vest back arid front, and lot striped velvet, and silk ,fastened at theleft |,llb ulusps; volvot bonnet with groy owl. Miss «swell, i» n Hi"110 strlpod aanvas, roltovod i mby; bonnet to match,. Miss ;0ora Groon L Marsh), In a white ombroidorod washed lla; white bonnet. iMlss Howard (How) looked IIn tintk ruby onshtnoro 1 aud volvot, toquo to k Mrs. Madden, very pretty in black: laoo and latin; ml and blaotc bonnet and p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]Professor Pearson and the Lady Teachers. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

[Professor Pearson and the Lady Teachers. |so the members of tho prosont Cabinet there ably not one so ominontly qualified for his ; |®n ns Professor Ponrson, It is in nocorcl tlie otornnl fitness of things, that the Ifetrat'ive head of n department should have p practical know-lodge of its working J and the liter of Education oan point to< a longq>or Uspcricnco of toaohing' as the best' of all lifations for tlio tonure of Ins portfolio. That pr Colonel Smith nor Mr. Gillies could do so bly more their misfortune, than thoir Uitliefonnor gontloman, ah all ovonts, lost - ifi-Ttiuiity of expressing his love for tho pro Professor Ponrson, however, has as |tii office in porilous timos for his own poaoo of Mil wo cnn easily imagine that both, the Mwehave named are now only oongratu themselves at the prosont''"momont at escaped tho ombavassmg position in which. i' mTOsov lincls himself placed. The fact is public sohool toaoliors. liave gradually puUliemselvea into a state of ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

flolloo to Subscribers. m tlio »iil)nor(|)tlou rittoH for TAiir.ioTAhK la 10 niiyi«t of Victoria, or to any of the colonics i— l/rOlUiC Ids. Oil, On. Od, LmIwIm. Inolml'iitf jiOHtatro. El*tf " " 31h, od, 10a, Od, ,IllH( 1)0jwlil111 nrfvuttoo, Pofitnl orders should bo KSS'JkMWWW UIIOIWKY, IBS KuhhuII abroob, Mel K,1 notes or awiniw, Vlotoi'lrtn or from ony of tho LtoiiMoi'to'l m imymont, To Correspondents. L,«tiinilmmiilo«tlotw intowlod for Inaortlon In Tabijm ps«H to wlilrMMd t°—TjfM I'.iit'rou,., ootifcWbufclomi do I'tinnoi hi o ruin lie rotiirnort j bub still, ovary ronaoimblo* Kin ilie! rosreoi ivlll bo onrofully uttomlod bo, Ltlrtemi to tnko" ofnitoiiymous oommunloutloua, Tho jmmo BlKnofelio wrleor »nu*t bo fflvon, though not tiaooaaivrlly for Notloe to Advertisers. Lrcotww for Ailvortlsomonts nro jioyablo bo Mr. MAuniOH lirooiy. MOTICJ E. liiVbrHl):!rfJno!,unVra,:,ont8 nmybo ,niui° r^y Ft | « TJ|BLE 1'EIDAY, MAY 14, 1880,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

0®»scen & fO/e ARTISTIC <34 0U£§ ^minmxtvB 175 BOURKE STREET EAST (OPPOSITE EASTERN . MARKET.) ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦< ILLUSTRATED CATALOG-TIES with PRICE LISTS sent Free by Post on Application. SILVER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. The THORMER 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 Dosign. None but Thoroughly-seasoned Materials 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 GOLLINS-ST E MELBOURNE. ALLAN & Co Mi$ic COMPANY, Wholesale (BUXTON'S) Roba Importers of Drawing Material, Artists Colours, &c., &c. Orystoloum, Poonah, Ohinoloum, and other dosorlptlon ot Funoy-Work Materials, Commercial, Law and. Fancy Stationery Ball Programmes, Visitin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

Marriages. i Aubisoii—Sykes.—A very protfcy and interesting wedding took place at the Albert Park Prosbytoiian CJhuroh, on 27th April, when Mr, J, G. 0, Aurisoh was united to Miss Sykes, oldest daughter of Mrs. Jane Ramsay Sykes, Victoria Avenue, Albert Park, The marriage was solemnised by tho Rev. T. H, Iok, in his usual oarnest and impressive manner, at 7 o'olook In tho ovening, and was witnessed with much interest by a large assemblage of spectators. The approaches to the ohnreh wore crowded to exoess, owing to the fact of the bride and horfamily being so well-known and respeoted in the district, Tho bride, who was given away by hor mother, was beautifully attired in a rich dull corded ruby silk, with plush bodioo, trimmed with cream Spanish lace, long court train, elegantly trimmed with plush to match, She wore a beautiful wreath of orange blossoms, over whioh hung tho bridal veil, reaching nearly to the end of train. The bridesmaids six in number, were all very prottily attired...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

To cure all klnda of symptoms} use'Woi/FE'S SCHNAPPS, Be sure you obtain Wo&FJ) S,

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Chinese Philanthropy. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

A?1S!?"^opy Tii'M OIUups'o of Vlatorla two to'bo Congratulated on tho suoaoiM ^'^lfjlr has atfcoiUlqttS^ttioil* demonstration tills wo ok on fjolmlf (oiiJjvVmosb deserving ohnrlby. Moraovor, Messrs, Kong Mong and Ah Mouy hnvo, by bhalr llbarallty tn defraying tho oxpansas of ' tho pageant, whloh amountod to £8f50, demonstrated tluifc tho followers of Confucius nro ns ohnrltnblo as tho members of any otlior soot or denomination In Victoria. Thoro Is no suoh thing as art oxolusivo "Christian Charity,11 Tho host of all nations 'are " tho salt of this aarbh," Indood, tho Ohlnoso havo takon suoh an Intorost In tho Women's Hospital 13azaar that their aonduob Is well worthy tho omulatlon of many otlur denominations In Molbourno, Wo aro Informod that tho funds of tho Woman's Hospital Bazaar oommlttao lmvo boon auguraontod by £2000, through tho pralsj worthy aotlon of tho Ohinoso on Tuesday and Wodnos day last, and that owing to tho Immonso suoooss whloh Mossrs, Kong Mong and Ah Mouy havo mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

a good mediolno.

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