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A "Wipe." [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

A "Wipe." Tonohor i " CIaorgla, clout", spoil mtit," Cloorglo i " M—a—t," Toaohor i /' And vvlinli dooa m—n,—b morin, Cloorglo V Cloorglci! " Don't) know." Tonohorii " Oh I ootno now j what doos your Mn toll you to wlpd your foot on, Georgia ?" . Goorgio ! " Yos, I know," Tuiiohor i " Woll, now thon I" Goorgio " M—a—t-—-towoll I" A young man caked the lady of hla nffaottons how aha llkocl the looks of his now standing collar. Aftor orltloally survoying him and tho collar, she ropliod— " Very niao indeed. It looks like a white-washed wall around a lunatic asylum." Tjiamp : " Wot I Buttered! on one Bide only, and no' cheese 1 What is times a coming to ?"

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]fore the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

U dnrtaiq. I Wil.MAMHON, Oftl'DOl' UTHI 0f tlio Mol r^Ule w thoroughly Unit It has PfC (Lin In continuing Gilbert I IIffiSAmtiomm tl.o boards K ltoyal. There seams to Iht 1 lul charm l'i the melodious |Cym«io»' Sir Arthur Sulll IS it hm siipi'M by thu words of I, Tim Sorcoror was acourdingly I i tvlth uiitIiuhIivhiu on Saturday r ,ui w«i h>'„w 'loh W11S l ,,, after niece, mw fully appro tl Crowded houses was tho reward kmiiiiigeinont during tho woolc, I'VOIIA Majkuoni Is us charming in lliu jhe is grund in tragedy, I t J7 marked transition from Quoon |,y, to Somphlna -dolus In Only 1 mill this stamps tho lady with true |i, Whatever Mlgnora Mnjoroni un« Kits to do on tho stage she axaolls in, ■ mjoii Theatre was crammed on L),iy night to witness tlio first pro Km ol tlw joint labors of Slgnor il niul Air. H'ybort Itoovo. Only e predict, will have a suooossful Ijj.iXD ClAtiATAHA, at St. Georga's | li drawing largo audiences, t Stocking Company, at tho all, uro mooting with groat a,...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fashion Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

.Amonc»H'i< tho now colours I notloo "hi which Ih a kind of light and very tender ^ - MucnlyJ , Iff Is nob ovoryano who knows how to shnko And yob, obviously, that Is n very M No doubt, tho dinioutby Is ofton got ovor In „] rough-tutd-roady fashion, 15 very body has niot ' those ltnpulslvo or Ignorant people who „mko c of shaking hands with all thoy moot, Theren dood, few things more disconcerting tlmn nn „ from persona of tills class, It Is always unplc J bo bakon by surprise, but It Is spoclully mipleasai bo sut'prlsod In this particular fashion, Tlioroyuil perhaps—quietly bowing—with, possibly your if rathor bohlnd your baok than othorivlso, when] donly you (lnd a hand thrust out lu your dlrcl and you boy In to roallso that you aro expected tol hold of It. You aro not proparocl fur this, ami ohnneos aro ton to one that tho hnsto Into which of shoor politeness, you sook to respond to the Invitation Is by no moans graooful, But, In tj thoro aro many occasions on which th...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

Equitable Go-Operalh Society,u| 80 COLLINS BTU15HT Ka»| Bhanouus— . No. 1—CJhttpoU&tvoot, i'rnlimn. No. 2—'Brunawlok-sttuul, K, t'itJ No, 0—Buy-ati'oot, North UtlxMoj No. d—13ui'wood lloiul, Uuwihottj Enormous Progres SALES STILL INCREASING! Last Week wovo - - ■ Sumo Wools Last Yonr Increase for tho wools T H E SPECIAL OLEAIUNCtl SALE Of 'China, Glass, Crockeryware IS NOW PEOOEEDINI All the Surplus Stock is being Offeri Strictly- Cost Prices, the Usiml Sellll Prices Markod in Plain Figures! Purchasers tints soo the Great Bnr| Obtained. By order of tho oomraltteo, ' WILLIAM NUTTALL, Secretaj wiuiiii 1832] EST A1J L IS iiII0 [1852 SOLE AGENTi Lor the unrivalled k: F Ssutwit Hub $tj}ricj(if $liiiit(jfo| With Patent Resonator. KAPS' GRANDS and UPRIGHTS.] NAPS' GRANDS and UPRIGHTS NAPS' GRANDS and UPRIGHTS. *w c The Colobmtod PIANOS. Famous for their Quality am' Vols of Tone. J Unsurpassed for Durabilily ana .Firmness. f i IN ALL STYLES,] VOGEL PIANOS. VOGEL PIANOS. VOGEL PIANOS....

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

Notloo lo Subscribers. 1.«nm wm mit»«orX|»tlo« ffitoH for Tajii.io Tat.k 1" in of Vlotorlu, or toiwiyof tho oolonloii j— l(lH, Oil, Lfrtf " ,, .. .« •« 8h, Oil, .. .. aiH. od. IiKfW' ;; ;; . .. ioh, oil, fJut Iw mill In ndvtmoo. I»0Htrtl onlqrn alioitlrt b8j llllOIIHKY, 1113 XUMMII Htl'OOt, Mo]-' F*'?S«i iwtoi or Vlotorliin or from ituy of tho fel.illlbonoooptm1 iwimynioiib. < ^ To Correspondents. - i ■ ....nJoommiiiitontloiw Intoiidod for Inwortlon In TAJiMCf I'S l #.l(lro.Moil to—1 km Mtwvau. oontributlona do. R'«iim» rulo bo roturmid i but atlll, (ivory roitaoimblo' Ej mm roVj'oot will bo tmrofully nttomlad to. : Liwrtiibo t"koiiofiiiiotiyiiioimoomninnloiitloiiH, Tho nnmo i of the wrltor must lioffflvoii, though not noooaanrlly tor, IkIon. Notioe to Advertisers. jiAccouura for Advortlsomonts nro jmynblo to Mr, MAtjwom fnroslf. , . ■ ■ ' JV 0 TIO M. liCbirio for Advortlsomoiita of Birbha, Mari'lan-os. nnd : In I) 39, (or Tliroo Lluoa, mid OiX, j>or lino urtm'tvnrds. ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

Social. A most enjoyable ball was given In the local Town Hall last Friday evening, by the membors of the Southern Plowing Olub. ■ ■ The Hawksburn Private Quadrille Olub held their monthly Social in the Forrester's Hall, South Yarra, on Tuesday evening, and was attended with great success. About 120 wero present, ' The arrangements wore oxcellont owing to the efforts of Messrs. . G looson and Heath, the energotic socretrary and con ductor. A RETURN ball will shortly bo givon by the residents of QubonsoliU . to tho ofllcers of the garrison'. ...An enjoyable evening was given by Mrs. Littlewood on Thursday, May 20th,. at her residence, Shanghai, St, Kilda road. . A very enjoyable children's party was * given on Monday, May . 2<Ath, by Captain and Mrs. Laurie of Gharnwood Crescent,, St, Kilda. ^ • , ■ ■ The ball to be tendered to Mr. J. Curtis takes place on Friday, J une 25. Tim! Qiiucim'h Birthday llanos nb Flam ington was woll nttondod,1 tlio ladles wearing pretty winter ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Australian Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

In^alian $poi1$. ,Dy ClKOIlOK AUGUSTUS SAL A, III. csco[iHi" 0< Hio IWIMU, Mi"« »ro no 1.1,1., Hi" ■»» P™1"1™11'fond ot f 'i ml so inflexibly clotormlnod to provide Latches with fnollltlos for rooroatlon rva are tho Aus Hy tho" domains" or " rdsarvos," tha-opon part i» i township for tho rooroatlvo uao In porpotulby of iwmmunlty, I do nob sot muoh storo. Tho strootfl i rule, so prodigiously broad that tho necessity |«hat wc'cttll nn urban "lung" Is not so nrgontly JtIonsniihnrysense, ns is thoanso In tho Old World ; If'fd tho Inrgcr Antlpodoivn towns tho "domain" Is L rather of n nulsanco than otherwise. It Is tho L hunting ground of tlioso tnlsolilovous varmln, tho Liu; It Is not unfroquontly tho soono of gross [%,\cy, midut night Its sward provides oloomosynnry Ling quarters for housoloss "bittnmors" and loafora, hcmlttanco mon" whoso romittanoos havo not yot (ittd-for tlmt floating oonblngont, In lino, of was 1,black sheep, and no'or-clo-wools whom tholr, rain aand fri...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

I Tile ThI^. Iota tumor thnt tho Prince, of Walos is about to ■I Australia is " authoritatively " contradicted for Wth time, and tho gushing anticipatory articles |;ihvc appeared in some of tho daily papors have i town, away. In all human probability the |i«of Wales uovor will visit Australia, Ha has not to spare from his 'Court duties, which are noro onerous ovory clay, His Boyal Highuess's ent book Is as ponclorous as a rospootably toned' pi,anil public bodies who wish to enlist his pat-' hpon any public occasion have to give him three! Jattenotico. If anything would induce the Prince' JnsitAustralia it would bo tho closiro to see his old blLonl Carrington, but His Excellency himself l»hope of such an event ovor happening: No: Vt the presence of tho Prince of Wales at the fi Australian Jubllco Exhibition would bo a ;,bl advertisement, but the future 'King of Eng 'Emperorof India, although tho very soul of, I Wore, has not the leisure to indulge tho very/' Irishes of 01U' Adelaide ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lady Branksmere, CHAPTER XXXIX. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

Lath} Bn&n^mefe By tlio auUvov of " '.l,inrvM8,,,,"MoM(y Hawn, ClKOTOitmV " Bomb," kO, I OHAPmit XXXIX. ''Where there is mystery, it U generally ,,^1 there must also bo evil," ' ■■ : * * * , Murlol.hnd noticed tho abrupt going o£ MadnJ curious smile full o£ bitterness rlsos to hop lips, " A precaution," sho murmurs to horaolE, "L\J Into," Staines has perhaps tnkon moro notice 0! tho! sonco o£ Lorcl Branksmoro, " Shall I oomo with you any further /" ho asks,] careful tone, that unfortunatoly misrepresents IUqJ her. " "Why not 7" sho answors oolclly, n touch of rccu defiance In hot- voloo, If a whllo ngo It hadoecj to hor that it would ho woll to glvo him a dismissal boforo reaching tho houso, now she del haughtily within lioraolf that that word she wllfl spoak, Of course, Stalnos is afraid for her, bui will show him that sho foars no mau, least o9 Branksmoro I "As you will," says Stainos, with a rather overj assumption of alacrity, Thoy have gainod tho baloony stops by this I...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY THE WEALTHY WIDOW, [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

j&de Ligljfsg OE AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY -Nf.Vv' 11 " '/,» (BY KOli'Ii'liljlXl,),'*', ( pr) iu /I,/ nn .V 'via I c.Uj THM WHALTHY WIDOW, Wiu'K what affootlonato interest la Mra, Orcosua ra gardod whon bho dofunot Orcoaus, to uao tha kindly phruso oommou on such ooaaalona, has "out up well,",, Woaltli, liko charity, oovors a multltuclo oi1 aina, Whon bho slunors woar volvot and ormluo, lu plaao oi' llnsoy woolsoy, sins, both of omission aud commission, soorn loss obnoxious, Tho ohildloss Mra, Orcosua la an oapoolal objoot of vonoratlon to hor frlonds and rolatlvoa. Hor poorer rolatlvoa in particular liavo tho affection for hor that arlsos out of that gratitude, which la a sonso of favours to oomo, HAS Mrs, Orrasus what la commonly known aa a " torapor," oxouaos aro urged for tho poor thing's " ways " not to bo wondered at, whon ono oonsidors alio has lost tho staff of hor life, If alio chooses to lmagiuo that hor flguro la as slim, and hor comploxion as bright as thoy woro flvo-an...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

THE LA.T1C piu J SPECIAL ImI'OIITANT JJol DAGG & C( (Livto Mi'o, Slzara) Hiivo mil oh plonsuto In nnmrnnclJ thoy lmvo now f Reoommenoed Busil AFTER Til Hill LA'l'K Hill With nn MNTIlllOLY NEW HT01 Ladies' & OhildreJ Underclothing1; and General Drap^ Uvory Bociuli'omotit foi' I.n^lca c Children Bold nt Wonderfully Low Prl Ono OnU will aouvtuoo our Month] saving o Footed hy iimkln» thel! Purchases nt ! r>AGG & COl (Ltvto Mrs, Slzor's), ^ OPPOSITE THE l'OST Oil Bourlce Street East! S, W* Mound (Lato of London k Now Vurkj ARTISTIC DECOBA'jj 95 COLLINS ST11KKT UAS1 MELBOURNE. Designs and Estimates Submittf ADVANCES Mi By MAGNUS SUSMA.Y, ! MELBOURNE CHAMBERS, J8 Collillj Next National Bank of Austrotulnj Prlvnto persons ami trndora roqulrlm; lei aoaoimuountlon onn ooiimmnioutc ivlq Greatest Confldonoo, Money A| "Withont Fahlioity ov Delay, I'umj wards, ou Goods and tfoneml Alurclinmllf of Sato, Bills of Lading, Promissory Noli sonnl Soourlty, Doods, Enrol Stocks...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

More Marriages. BTjAaiciotiiov—IVioTiTj,—Tho marriage of Mr. A, B, Blakoloy, son of Mr. Joseph Blakoloy, oi! Haroourb, and Miss Boll, oldest daughter of tho Hon, Charles Boll, M.R.O., which took plaoo at Dunolly, wan vory fash(onabio. Tho ooromony was per formed at tho Presbyterian Olutvoli, by tho ltov. Mr, Cl oamatt, assisted by tho Bov, R, Falconer, Tito brlda was glvon away by lior father, Tho. dross was of ivory duohoss satin, with laoo drapery on ono side and splendid train of satin, Sho wore a wroath of orange blossom and jus satnino, with a magnificent diamond star. Thoro woro ton bridosmaids—Miss Holon Boll, Miss L. Blakoloy, Miss 13. Boll, Miss A. Boll, Miss Ormo, Miss Wall Is, Miss Craig, Miss Lorlmor, Miss May Boll, and Miss Poarl Maokay, Tho drossos wore of oroam Indian mnslin and laoo, with vests and sashes of corded silk—'four being oar dinal and four pale blue. All tho brides maids woro gold bar brooches, tho gift of tho brldogrooin, having tho data, May 11, 1880, in...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

PUBLIC NOTICE. TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION And Main Linos Eroctocl At Shortoat Notlco at Nominal Rental. Imporfcora and Manufaotviroi'a of Elootrlo Bolla and Mntoriula. Address—J. E. EDWARDS, Manager, Colonial Tolopliouu ICxulinngo, 11)0 Llttlo CJolltiiH-Ntruot H., nam' KuHHoll-Mtroot. J. M. BRADY, ARCHITECT, 45 WILLIAM-ST., CITY. ROBERTSON & MOFFAT LARGEST Furnishing) "Warehouse IN AUSTRALIA. Furniture Showrooms— 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32 POST OFFICE PLACE. MesdamesVaillant et. Elise, de PARIS, First-Glass Dress - Making-, Mantle Making-, and Stay Making, 128 OOLDINS-ST. EAST 128 DANCING—The now and most Approved WALTZ.—' If tho waltz lias lost something of tho grnce of tho oldor danoo, It lin* gained in whnt may bo onllod pootla powor ; and this Is tho soorot of Its suoooss. As an emotional outlet, It moots raoro fully tlio requirements of tho ago which has glvoti It blrtli; or, as It mny bo ox pressed In tho languago of ovolution, it supplies a mora oomploto adjustme...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

HIGH-CLASS PORTRAITURE. Bafchelder & Co. (Matabllahod 185d,) Have always boon notablo for tho quality ' ancl taato of their produotlona. Old friends and new should avail themselves of tho present Moderate Terms. &p1loxidLM Gfjrowpiwtgs . of Adulta or Ohildron. —■ Bpoolmona at Eooma, Ooploa Buppllod from Old Nugatlvoa. Alao from Borrrmn/t/a. any al/.c or atylo, 41 Collins Street East. MEARES & BURNSIDE, Importers of FRENCH MILLINERY, Latest Fashions Recei ved by Foery Mail 155 LYGON-ST., CARLTON. REFORM YOUR TAILOR'S BILL. F. MAOKAY & Oo., DAILORS, MERGERS, & WOOLLEN Merchants, 18 ELIZABETH-ST., Corner of Plinders-lano, Melbourne, BEG to announce that, In consequence of the rapid extension of their Tailoring business, they are now one of the largest buyers in the trade, dealing directly with the public in English. Irish, Sootoh, Welsh, Continental and Colonial Woollens. This, together with their ready com mand of the labor market, and the conse...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Wonderland." [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

" Wonderland." We have received 'from Mr, 1 Brown, 'the Australian Tourist Ag Sydney, Lieutenant Scinvntkn's derland." The pamphlet, consisi| 9G pages quarto profusely iliiistn executed in tho best style of do 1 printing, This beautiful volume, to with two inserts ; (1) " Alice's A< in the New Wonderland"— The stone National Park; ami (2) J Northern Pacific Railroad ami tiioj try it traverses," On tho back < are maps of the N,P, Railroad nij lowstone Park, are tho prettiest I tisaments we have ever seen, Of ( I these publications are got up in as ' induce tourists to travel by the Railroad, and in addition to I tive and illustrated portions all ne| information in reference to the Railroad is given. AMONG actors who have affectj role of dramatist must now be nun Mr. Kyrle Bellew, who has conmlS paper a new play, entitled 1a| Aye," whioh may possibly be London at no distant date. Tinted by OOOK, numw: A by MAinnon biiouskv, at w Melbourne.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]ichmond Q'drille Assembly [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

J ,„i Suolnl of tho Richmond Private Aasom 'C i «<« 'JW" M"U °n lHHt' r «rt iiiiinoi'oUB attonchmco,;(vnd groat satlsfao ""cxpicaaod on riti aktos at tho suoaoss attained, ""lc cntiirlntf. ftlld cluoomtlons In tho linn da of ' ""/In'lln, Tyinma and Johnson rospootlvoly, oould lie"Imnrovctl upon, and nil prosqut' look forward | rllMJ to tho next pleasant availing of those Lr Assemblies, which'Is ntmounood to, tnka plnaa Inhproximo. Amongst tho. Imndsomo drosses worn Iioilccd tho following i—MlssClnllaghor, blnok lnoo 1,1 nml silk bodloo | Miss Chaplin, oroam ontln Itc,tulle skirt with pearls; Miss Tolsori, gold and j, j,huh bodice, nun's veiling skirt rollovod with )(|M Simmons, oroatn corded silk, pearls, and L|lice; Mrs, Koutio, white lnoo and old gold satin 1,1; Miss Mussina, oroam nun's veiling and palo Lliliniiiliigs; Miss Byrne, palo blue trimmod with JjleMcc; Miss Jirowno, black volvot and satin fnlllo, libbkk ami canary foathors j Miss Duggln, blsauifc idunuwttii p...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lady Loch's "At Home[?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

Ladi] Loc§>" i^ts Hog Tit 10 ovotitof bho woak la Melbourne Society, "At Homo " wliloli was hold by Lady I.orji, ftt, monb Houso ott AVodnoaday, Mny 211, The was beautifully doooratod, and avoi-ythlu^ wm out on n, magnilloont aoalo to make tho cnm(<J onjoymonb of bho guosta nil that could i)(! Slgnov ZoUman provided tlio mtislo, and a noi tho way of muslci was nddod by Introducing] pipova droaaod in .Highland oostumo, The foii0| a description of somo of bho drosses worn by tbB] Lady Looh woro an ologanb gown composed t blaok alolllonno, with long plain train, over a J slashed on ono aide, allowing blaok satin, thol ooraago Inoludod, being trimmed with boauii(J laoo J Lady Nicholson, blaok motvellloux, omal vvlbb job garnibtiro i Mrs, Gloorgo Falrbnlnt, aomo droaa of rloh duohoaao aatln la a bomitlfuu of poaoh, trlmmod with gold laoo embroidery; Ml Mouoliotto, blaok droaa, with aparkllng juttrlnii Mlaa Batoman, aatln of oorlso, tonod dowutyclq black laoo Mlaa Austin (" ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stella MAYFIELD, SOUTH YARRA, MAY 27, 1886 [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

WJrW MAYiaiit/D, SOUTK YAlUtA, ' May 27, 1880 My Bid An MAUiia,—'I am sorry that I. had to dlsap point you last wook by not forwarding my budgot of waokly nows, Iwas unwoll j and aooondly, bhoro waa really nothing to wrlta about oxoopt the Woman's Hospital Bar.aar, which la gotttng rathor ataio nowa, This wook, howovov, Ihavosomo vory Intoroatlng itoma, and 1 givo tliom as tlioy woro told to ino, .¥ * * Ok oourso you havo hoard about tho maniago bo twoon, tho salon of ono of tho woalthloat squatting families in Yiotorla, and tho dattghtor of a lady who lcoopa an hotel in Molbourno. You havo alao, I am sure, hoard how happy tho young wifo is ) how tho rioh ' squatter has doplotod all tho Molbourno jowollor's shops of tho most oostly dlamouda whorowlth ho has bodoolcod his brldo 5 and finally, how dovotod tho young husband is to his wifo, from whoso sido ho novor movos, not ovon to tako anothor lady to tho thoatro. I am suro you havo not hoard of a little ro mantic inoldont in oonnoot...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Mr. Hugo Wertheim's New Warehouse, 44 Lonsdale Street, East. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

■r, Hugo Wertheim's New Warehouse, 44 Lonsdale Street, East. IThe nnspiillcent promises recently orooted by ,Mr. Werthcim, importer oE Werlheim Sowing Ma IIm nut Hapsburg Pianos, in Lonsdale-straat East,, lijcrowniug ornament to that portion o£ our Oity. [ii largely increasing business clone in tho articles plimed necessitated a removal Erom tho .■warehouse pFlindcrs Lane to more commodious promises. The riliiiu; has been erected at a total cost, including liof JUT,000. It is four stories in hoight, and has a jHtb'coE 12 feet by a dopth oE 120 feet. Tho whole fife front elevation has boon divided so as to give ah petivc play of light and shade, and a combination of pjiated brick work and cement is introduced Nil picturesque effect. Tho windows on cither side jlfe entrance are each in one largo square of British Huh very handsomely embossed and gilded. This 'A has been supplied by Messrs, Brooks, Robinson ^•"-i.ftt a cost of £250, Crowning tho ground flooi' rIbtic entablature with th...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 May 1886

Marriages. ■ Ribey—Coombes.—Tho] marringo of 'Mr. J. Wright Riley, reaclor at tho Church of England, Ivow, and Miss Georgian Emily Coombes, daughter of Mr. James Coombes, a London morohant, took plaoe on Tuesday, May 18, at St. James', Melbourne, Tho Very Rev, Dean Macartney officiated. Tho bride was attired in a simple but pretty dress of white cashmere, with long train. Tho front of tho'skirt-was flounced with satin. The bodice had a ploated vest of satin; and plain turned back collar ; spray of orange blossom in tho hair, and tulle veil. There was'only one bridesmaid, dressed in /brown trimmod with bands of spotted plush. Mr, Griffiths acted as best man. Massie—Toes on.—A very pretty wedding took place on May 19th, at Christ Church, South Yarra, when Miss Fanny Tolson, third daughter of Mr. M, Tolson, of.South Yarra, was married ,to Mr, Herbert John Massie, oldest son of Mr.. J. Massie, of Maldon. The bride looked extremely pretty, in a rich cream satin dress, beautifully draped ...

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