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Australian Servants [?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

Australian Servants ■U* U.MOUCIH Au«Uij.VUl HSaiI Mk, GuokcIH Auoumur opinion of Australian sew,,. , a Ifalvocl In tho LmImj'ffM worth vovirodtiolloii, lR *j aoi'vnnt.glrls wlm ooncloscondu"J iva ohiunbormulds woro-tlm ,, j born-no and" ^2^,2! donso. Tho boat woro I dsh »|r| in tlto Roman Onlhollo or.dianaU abound in tho anionics, 'h0 J0!! l'ooont importations from Kull who Unci boon ju.sb long onouyl, li tmlla to have lonrnod to talk titofl "lights,"rind totull us that tWwi " slnvoa and boasts of bur dun "Thl boon woll aohoolorl in tho ontcohl constitutional llbovty bv their 1 found slstora, tho Australian aorvanl Thovo is aomothlng to bo said la cJ tlon of tho luughublo but e.vasnd incapacity of timso lnst.imm«r ladles, in tho (hat place, thev H lorvtho tho Idoti of domestic sorvlcL gather. Juab na tho Australian wl rann prefers tluit his son should hoi rablior than n moahanlc, Ids vdto| that hor daughters should go out a toaobora, telegraphic: operators, iottov aovtova—anything, ...

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

Q igar_§mokersj! "IMITATION IS THE 8IN0ERE8T FLATTEnV." lb is on blila nooount tlio Public la caul, tlonod to aoo, whori aski ng for a Riiktn ckm/d Okiah, that each one Is brnndacl RHEINGOLD CIGARS. RHEINGOLD CIGARS, (no i.)) in gold. Buy only RHEINGOLD Cigars To malco auro of a GOOD SMOK.'IQ, My A|)|Kiliain(naJ^^L^ to :rriH KxooUonoy sl1' Ir< r.ooii. ic.fj.Ti, W. PATON^ Florist y&y/ and /A)/ Seeds. SEEDSMAN/<^vCV/r'lants, Flowers, SWANSTON UU STREET. FLORAL EMBLEMS I BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT. Chas. OC3-0 &C OO., (Win. W. CJAUOtHT, Proprietor), PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS Importers of Drugs, Ohemloals, Air and Water Beds, Pillows, &o,, •i The Dispensing Department In this Establishment la roptotowlth ovory romtlslto In oon nootlon with tlio busluosa, the groatost aaourucy and dospatoh In tho preparation of physicians proscriptions and family rooipts may bo rolled upon. The Laboratory nncl Manufactory has rooontly boon ro-arrangod, and tho modl...

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

Gliding. „>ui at Mr, .fustloo Oopo in l'? ,Tmlny Innbtha Injunction iM" Vlotorlnn OyaUng Union, ' hcen nought by Mr, 0, W, J, K till) Union, ^though it will "(«• mill) buiirlng oil tlio notion _ i lo coma on for trial. As wo Ll Willi' weeks ngo, Mr, Elliott is Veil will)lliu ^"'on !n dfolnring i _i ijfofcfslonnl, wliloh proven Is lilm ImiiiiclliiL'lit niiintour ovoiits, ntul ; Lc nib iu n mlfttliini MOO. Wo fltc Union I'M n |iorfoot right to Jm ruled they llko, unci thoy should Le wittier out In « oolirtof law, (, {in gontlonmnly apart, not in [j p be itbtised by ranking it too native In llio timnnor liorso rauing rated, nmlitifl tlio duty of the to tedgo Itsolf roiincl with Btrln sta Should tlio Union fall nt law i jiarllciiliii' on8o, through sorao j hi the rules or thi'ouftii thoir jili;, It will bonoflt by tho ansa [talicd out properly, which will We tho llnws exist in tho rules, t will then bo onslly nraondod, UitiisTAMDiNo tho injunction lilt/Mr, Justloo Oopo, Mr, Elliott l...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Sydney Full Court. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 May 1886

The Sydney Full Court. "MR. JUSTICE ——— concurred."—Daily Paper.

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

Table Talk. THE elevation of Mr. Webb to the Supreme Court L:h h an appointment about whloh thoro cn.ti bo Ijonecompetent opinion, An tin oqnlty plonder Mr. __ had no rival nt the bnrj and at common law 1m J no superior. Ho wns thoo'nly Queen's oounaol ■active praetlco, In some inspects the loss of Mi,, ■lice Molcsworth is irroparablo, but no lawyer ooulcl ■ply it lmlf so 'well as 'Mr. Webb, On the other, JS'I, the bar, weak ns It'ls, oan ill afford the loss of so. lintnt a counsel as Mr.'Wobb. Thore: was nover a let chanco for junior barristers.In Victoria than at lent, but I am afrnlcl that only a few 1 of thom are benefiting by their opportunities.       Notwithstanding the newspaper paragraphs to the contrary, I have reason to believe that Sir William pit will resign tho Ohiof Justiceship soon, If noti Baliatoly after his return to the colony. Tho quos F of who shall sucoood him admits of but one Pr' Mr- Justice Hlginbotham's groat legal ox...

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

FOR THE KIDNEYS, LIVER & URINARY ORGANS TI-IE BEST BEOOD PURIFIER. There is only one way by which any disease can be cured, and that is by re moving the cause—whatever it may be. The great medical authorities of the day declare that nearly every disease is caused by deranged Kidneys or Eiver. To restore these therefore is the only way by which health can be secured. Here is where WARNER'S SAFE CURE has achieved its great reputa tion. It acts directly upon the kidneys and liver, and by placing them in a healthy condition drives disease and pain from the system. For all Kidney, Eiver, and Urinary troubles ; for the distressing disorders of Women ; fox Malaria, tmd physical troubles gener ally, this great remedy has no equal, For Sale by all Chemists. For Diabetes ask for WARNER'S SAFE DIABETES CURE. WARNER'S SAFE PILES. — The Favorite of the Ladies. Purely Vege table. Do not Gripe. All Chemists. mm PUBLIC NOTICE. TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION And Main Lines Erected At Shortest Notic...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

FOR THE KIDNEYS, LIVER & URINARY ORGANS THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER. There is only one way by which any disease can be cured, and that is by re moving the cause—whatever it may be. The groat medical authorities of the day declare that nearly every disease is caused by deranged Kidneys or Liver. To restore these therefore is the only way by which health can bo secured. Here is where WARNER'S SAFE CURE has achieved its great reputa tion. It acts directly upon the kidneys and liver, and by placing them in a healthy condition drives disease and Eain from the system. For all Kidney, liver, and Urinary troubles ; for the distressing disorders of Women ; for Malaria, and physical troubles gener ally, this great remedy lias no equal, For Sale by all Chemists. For Diabetes ask for WARNER'S SAFE DIABETES CURE. WARNER'S SAFE PILLS, — The Favorite of the Ladies. Purely Vege table. Do not Gripe. All Chemists. I'UBLIC NOTICE. TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION And Main Dines Eroctod At Shortest Notlco a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fashion Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

Fa^ion-JoWiig. I Satin shoos will not bo worn this season availing anything llko so much as colored kld,t of harmonising tho whole in nil dotalls will |,t ponctrnto to tho gonornl mind. A VWUY protty thing Is the mule, Intended tot with a ton-gown, It is mndo In oolors to ma gown, and ombrohlorod round the foot nnd on tl in beads. A lounging slippor llko this may be with advantage, and it adds vory greatly to t gance of a looso wrappov as If Its accessories wc dontly built to waar with It. A womnn has an tunity for bizarre effect in hor wrapper such i posslbblo to hor in any othor dress, Some ol nrulett have silk chenille round the foot! and t all very tasteful, Miss CJi/eveeand hns revived tho famous old vorsy nbout no dooollvtant in a letter to a Hoston which has beon published In tho papers, She! " Tho nowspapor statements with regard to modest dross nnd its influenoo In onoouraging a ing soaroity of waist and sleeves In other w dross,' has beon sent mo several days, wlthacco ing...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

Cycling. To those wlio luko mi Intoroab In the aattlomot of tho Intercolonial cham pionship matter It will ho inturcsHl-lt»jx to learn that tho race mooting hold lu Alol bourno ori January HO last, lias boon referral to In a I.nndon wheel paper iih a "Grand Intornatlonal ohatuplonublp raou mooting." Tilta Loaguo of Amovlaan whoolmon la equally an determined aa thu National CJyollsta Union of lilngland to oruali tho makora' amateur j tho boat Amateur rldora of Amorloa have been oallod upon to provo that they are not tainted with what la now ealled I'roamatourlstn. and a number of English rldora who did won dora at Springfield have boon barred from riding in Amorloa until thoy can provo thomaolvoa Innooont, Trim Vlotorlan Oyollata Union hold Its annual mootlug last woolc, whon tho fol lowing oltloo-boarora wore oluotod for tho onauing yean—rroaldont, G, .13, Oartor, M.P.) vloo-proaldonta, .13r, Morrison, Dr. Jamoa, Mr. J. H. Alley, P.M., and Messrs, W. Iv. Thompson and • Henry Young j...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

Nolloo to Subscribers. „ (fix milworlnttoii niton (or TAnrdD Tm,k Hi wrt of VIotoHn, or 60 rtiiy of fclio oolonioH i~ ()l1. fi/fnf '• J| H«, Otl) «,ruT .. .. sum. (WJttf Jj 11 ii ii i JO*«.OiV" M"n< I,a nniiiin wlvniiao. roitii! orilorw wltould bo AMUHIOH flllODZKY, I fill UtlHHall Mol Htmntw, Vlotorliin or from «ny of tho To Correspondents. —...mfoomminitonHoHi Intomjod for iiiHortlon In TAlir,m to—Thto lftii'voit. Oaiitrlbit tloiiM do, iiiiin rule lie rntui'iioi! ( but uMll, ovory ronnombio ;',;SWrt 1)0 "tton.lml to. l.f.jMfi 1)0tnkonofluioMymoiiHormimuiilontloiifl, CTho immo f^lty writer mint bo tflvon, though llut noooHHitrlly for Nolloo to Advertisers. USwffl lorAilrortlaorrionts nro prtynblo to Mr, MAUjnon jircniy. NOTIOB. liCbw lor AilvertlMmoiitfl of Births, Mnri'lftg-os, nml Kb ii 3s. for Thrao Lliwa. (iml fld, ))or X.I110 nffcorwitVrlH, X«!j(oft!ii<o niiiioiiiiooiiiontfl limy bo nmdo In Htiuinm ofuuy Eli; Brltbli Dominions, "T4BLE HL^/' FRIDAY, MAY 81...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

HALti. HonW.W24'1886' Holiday Entorlalnmont, IIV I)AM1S OIIUIST1AN, B.A.M., . ...laind bv tlio BonoWHod ..,|M ho nsslst , y 'piiimur. |o"'il,i:,° "T-iShim'Sr Mm. Pnlmur, °«M( Hull! (lior lli-Ht uppoivmiicio'), J ' « flmuimont, Gordon Goooli, ur)^ r rOrmidst), Max. Miiyno io!'S <iiuJ,rllllnwt Au9tmllan ""JlaL.ANDBBWS.B.A., in .idilvor n short Oration on " Tho ,1SS?vSlMh," will, lllu.Ua. •'SS.ioViS. 3J0I1 I loll,lay l'vlcos—'Hs.i 2s., Is. Si Tlokotg lit Nicholson s. ali"" n,s. SMYTI1M, Mnnngoi'. ULEDONIAN SPORTSj ELBOWING ORIOKET GROUND. itotM I'litronngo oHHs Exoollonoy tho Uowrnor nwl Lady Looli. why, Jtth May (Quoon's Birthday). kmio.v.Ih.iOiiandS'I'And, la. oxtra. (Tickets Issued for 17th April will admit tho holdors.) PROGRAMME! 12 Noon, cMiisle Plbroeho, Boys'Rnco, Throw ing tho light Hnmmor, 12.1)0 icing lieols and Strathspoys, Put ling tho Heavy Stono, I-Iali Mile Handicap; Football, first ovont. 1 p.m. eCnllum, Tlirowlng Iloavy Ham mer, Ulcyclo1 Race; Caledonian Ha...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]Demon Dressmaker. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

Ejonton Dressmakor. e of Gates v> Maxwoll, caused such a pro-' i sensation in English tyis deserving of serious ifon, nncl peoplo should i whether sticli a state i exist to any appve !i degree in the largo oitios alia, Tho facts revoaled i( case we cito woro that a i co3t £81 to malco, fematcvinls, wad ohavgod a customer £210, and the ji in Clmncory decided last Ik against tho extortionate :■!< of tho fashionable «ker. Tho Pross, os-' fljthe Society no wspnpor S, tiken up tho caU3o of the of tlio fnshionnblo 1,1ml tiio strictu ''os mndo »ie of tho London dross m are very severe, Mr. 1 Wxnicheve, of courso tiMst sensational writor k subject, and, uudov the %of the "Demon Dress reveals a state of |P«ugst tho aristocracy and' those who ape Ten Thousand " -which shows that fhhbociety is not i'av behind in such matters Ng»y Paris. "Arecont casein one of |h toutts," says Mr. Lnbouchere, •" has un p that interesting individual-—the fnsh p West-end milliner.: She stands before...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

Woxivia'S Schnapps is the purost uud safest modiuiual stimulant that otin bo taken by en feebled invalids. ^oseen*/}, * ^ ARTISTIC Jr 175 BOURKE STREET EAST (OPPOSITE EASTERN MARKET.) ILL USTB A TED OATALOGULS with PRICE LISTS sent Tree by Post on Application. SILVER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. "Thc^ THlfRlMnEiS PXAJN"0 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 Materials are Used in its Construction, and it is now Gonorally Recognised as The only CHEAP PIANO of Merit. Time-Payment, 30s, Monthly. PHOTOGRAPHS AND PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO GOLUNS-ST E MELBOURNE. & Coi M\$w jMoqeflJ COMPANY. Wholesale (BUXTON'S) Reta Importers of Drawing Material, Artists Colours, &o,, &c. Oryatoloum, Poonab, Ohinoloum, and othor description of Panoy-Work Materials, . Oommoro...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. Joseph Pfleger. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

Mr. Joseph Pfleger. Mb. Joseph Pplegeh, the well-known Zither artist, from Vienna, received- his first instruction in musia when he was eight years of age. He played tho violin and piano for four years, but after having heard the Zither in a concert, he gave all his time to that lovely and most refined instrument. He made groat progress, and in about one year and a half he was able to play in the orchostra, whore he executed his part with great intelligence and artistio touch, i.e., in or ohostras whore tho Hither Ih used us hoIo itiHtvnman of In connection with othor InfttriimantM. After iv long time of hard study ho hud gained such practical, and thooretloal knowlodga that ho begun n concert tour In Austria, Germany, Holland and Ualglutn, All oonoorts given In tho largost towns of thoso aountrlas ;Woro a most decided suoaoss. Somo tlmo lntor he determined to go to Amorloa or Australia! Ho deoidod for the lattor country, but arriving hero ho was much surprised to find so beautiful ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
On the Wing. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

On the Wing, Tup Sydney Royal, (ills ovory Satur day night, Tho Magistrate is still run ning. Fun on bho Bristol, at tho Haloby Thoatro, Sydnoy, was ropoatod on Saturday ovonlng, Tho oporatlo solootlon (from II Trovatoro )ln whioh Mr. Knight Ashton Mr, A, Holland and Wlss Sopiilo Harris tako tho principal parts, was rooolvod with warm appluuso. Further novoltloa aro In course of preparation, Titt) Phantom Ship was again playod on Saturday night at tho Royal Standard Thoatro Sydnoy, To night Othollo will bo roprosotitocl, with Mr, Damp lor as iago, and to morrow ovoning Our ISm'ly, a dramatised vorslon of Dlokons's David Oopporflold. To allow tho patrons of this Thoatro a prlvllogo of olioioo nob fre quently oonooclod, a ballot box was plaood la tho thoatro during tho wook in whiah pooplo waro Invltad to deposit tho nama of any Shaksporlan play doslrod to bo rep resented, and that play most called for will bo glvon by Mr, Dampior's Company. Miss Jknny Watt-Tannku, takes a bonofit in ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

Marriages. Powell—Swanson.—A fashionable wedding took plaoe on May [12th, at St. Paul's Pro. Oathedral,. when Captain William Arthur O. Powell, of Inkerman street, St. Kilda, was married to Elizabeth J. Swanson, oldest daughter of Mr. William Swanson, Gurner-stroet St; Kilda. The bride wore a dress of cream broohe and satin. The skirt, which was trained, was of broohe, trimmed with laoe bodioo of satin, with broohe vest. She wore an orange blossom wreath and tulle veil with lines of silk. There" wore " four "bridesmaids 5 Miss Nellie Swanson in white deep cream > lace ; Miss Powell, in white striped silk ; Miss Finlay, of Oarris : brook, and Miss Synnott, in white with orenm ilounoes and trimmings. The Rev. Dr. Bromby officiated. The bride was the recipient of many; valuable presents. A', ball was given in the evening at; the, residence of the. bride's father, • . ; YalTjANGHS—OliMOND.—A fashionable marriage was celebrated on April 27 th, at St. Paul's Pro. Oathedral, Wellington,...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

WObVii's SaUNAl'l'S ia now and lias boon lor many years a standard, professional remedy. -

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY THE YOUTHFUL WIDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

£ide Ligpg OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY <mr Bummt.) THIS YOUTHFUL WIDOW. Tins attraction tho atornor box find in youthful widowa is oho of thoao mysteries whioh havo puss/dad thair unmarried sisters from the days of Mvo, Sweet sovontoon and sodato four-and-twonty are equally at a loss to dlvino why Mrs. Do Voro, who is not ao strik ingly protty after all, should havo moro partnors than sho knows what to do with, at tho South i'arra Private Danoos, when tho room is Hnod with wall-flowers j or why Mrs. Stanley, whoso forte is not tonnis, should ho inoludod in ovory sot at Lady Marmion's gnrdon-party while Diana's prowess in tho game is forgotten, and Robina, tho champion irtayor of her olttb, is loft out in tho cold, Thm marrying proponsitios of widowa aro remarkable, Protty Mrs. Molinoitx, for instanoo, has married throo husbands in seven years, while, to use tho words of a dear but illiterate friend of mino, " nioo girls 'ang on tho list," "VVliat can bo tho cause of this irresi...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

Table Talk. ItoiEUitDEOOuT, tho French Consul, and'Mr Grlf ,(he American Consul, In Sydney, who have refused iillenil tho annual oonsular dinnor, on the; ground bt "nil tho othor consuls nro meroly tradesmen,'! m','sty ])ccuUar notions of tliolr position. ■ A eonsulj alwap understood, represented tho oomtneroial in itiiti o( his country, nnd a tradesman should bo the ;tj person to act as oonsul. It may, however, ■ bo rationed that In the oonsular sorYice of tho greatj. liMftim l'owera thore is a distinction between-: a mtlc" and a "oommerolal" oonsul. For in-j I sue: Dr. Sahl, tho Consul-General for Germany in Italia, is tho diplomatic agent, whilst Mr. Braho, in | ilhourno, Is only a oommerolal aonsul. The diilor Mktween the two positions is.that Dr. Sahl, for in knew what Germany intended and now intends ' do in the Pacific, whilst Mr, Braho was kept in tho wul even now knows, nothing, of what is trans ;in the Colonial ofHoe at Berlin, I 1am afraid Mr, Henniker Heaton, M.P., will,...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 May 1886

faltham Watches THE Wafcli Co., Of WALTHAM, MASS., U.S.A., oralsing tho Importance of tho Vio» torinn Trade, Ituvo made special arrangements with lEtfMAlfl 5 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE, ienablohlm to solltholr Oolobrated iea at prices from 16 to 26 por cent, than any othor house In tho oolony. K. guarantees evory watoh for ONE i, that is—Warrants tho proper per anceof the watch, and undortnkos to I!necessary renalrs during that time i or cost,and in addition, Issues the MV'3 SPECIAL OEltTHTOATE, forwarded to any part of the iy(POST I'KEE, KEGISTEKED.) hsSmiHQ SILVER WALTHAM LEVERS 1 A3|ed\l Make. Extra Honvy Onsoa. Ruling Silver, extra atrong onsos, [ hunting nud o|ion fnoo, full Pluto, I mel balance, 7 Jowola In sotting -£8 0 U :.,ml'lt«itimce, 7 Jowola - - 8 10 a a,«ui|<nu,uloit bnlnnoo, 7 Jowola - 4 0 .0 t.Mulciisotlon bnlnnoo, two pnlrs n!r.i jewels - - - - <1 15 0 ci, 1 1 1 it,', i,'ulil bnlunao, 7 Jowola - 4 6 0 kwill)ilunee, S pulra oxtrn Jowola 5 0 0 k...

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