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"Not Quite at Home." [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

Quite at Home." ISIisv of llio Australian oolontsts lo have boon on a visit to London j ioe the Colon ml and Indian Ex— Kiiion nro returning by enrly Tamers." Suoli is tho announco |-at made by n cnblo message pub-, , a! iiithe Ai'fjits of last Wednesday. I is certainly good news to tl\o; |vk'|iio|ile in Molboumo and Syd About 800 wealthy Victorians, Jtractcd by tho Exhibition in Lon left Molbourno witli the ten of staying away twelve >'ath>. Oil tho averago, onoli. of i«e wealthy colonists woro in the 111 oi spending £1,000 a year, and: li absence from tho colony for he iiumths meant tho withdrawal |itleast £800,000 from circulation would otherwiso have been N in Melbourne. Tho truants J-.lwever, coming baolc, and there B'jninoiigat tho shopkeepers ; and, p u[ioii it from a oommoroial F. die speedy roturn of our |% absentees is highly satisfao tllcro isi howovor, another to Hie case, anc\ viowocl through tlio social ; very startling results arc revealed to i die student of so...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

Rooont exposures by the Ouatoms Authorities sbow how tuo reputation of WoiiPit'a yoHNAPPS has boon trifiod with.; . , ; :

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mons. Jules de Bernard. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

Mons. Jules de Bernard. ; Mons. db Brknabd, the popular and fashlonablo professor of danalng eamo to Molbourno a short time ago, comparatively a stranger, Although tho possessor of numerous first-class credentials and rooommonda MONS. JULES DE BERNARD. THE FASHIONABLE PROFESSOR OF DANOINQ. tions, he never made any use of them ; but by dint of courtesy, and a skill of imparting a knowledge of the tcipsichorean art, he soon secured a large oirole of friends and patrons. He has now so many engage ments as occupy his whole time and attention, Mons, de Bernard had the advantage of graduating in the very best schools of deportment and dancing in Paris, and this no doubt aaoounts for his success, and the high reputation he has already earned in Melbourne, Mons. de Bernard pays special attention with all his classes, to walking, and the cultivation of form and figure; on the elegant, stately, and polished Roman plan ; and by his now and improved method of teaclung deport ment, carriage, and...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
On the Wing. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

On the Wing. Amongst those who wore prosont at Lady Loch's "At Homo " at Government House last week wero, Slgnor and Signora Tossero, Herr Himmor, the tenor; Herr Kohler, the pianist ; Miss Nina Bouci oault, Signor Zerbini, the violinist, aad Mrs. Zerbini ; Herr Julius Horz, the con ductor of the Metropolitan Liedertafel, find Mrs. Herz. • " God Savo the Queen " is the strange yet not very novel name of a now play by Messrs. Palgravo and Gover, produced last month at the Prince's Theatre, .Bris tol. The piece deals exclusively with the Irish question—very delicate ground. < The Lord Chamberlain having refused to license Shelly's fearful tragedy, " The Genci," the audience assembled " by in vitation " at the performance of the play at the Grand Theatre, Islington, on the 9 th of May. Shelly's own opinion anent the theatrical representation of the drama is worth quoting regarding this play:—"This story of 'The Oenoi' is eminently fearful and monstrous. Any thing like a dry ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Side Lisps OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY THE ELDERLY WIDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

fSide Lisps 01)' AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY (by HmOTjian.), THE ELDERLY WIDOW, Tuianui must bo oldorly widows. Tho fatal day oomos to oluirmlng Mrs, llosolyn, when sho finds'that It is useless to ohooso a boa that will bIiow to tho groatosb ad van t ago tho roundod curve of hor oliook, bo oauso tho roundod curve non 0*1,'though roitgo, may still glvo hor rosos, Sho finds too, it Is ImposBiblo to appoar perennially twonty-llvo, and that all hor wrinkles annnot bo attributablo to 111-hoalth, As a rulo, It is muoh liardor for a widow, ospoolally If sho bo ohlldloss, to resign horsolf to old ago and slngls blessed" noss, than for an unmarried woman. It Is truo that ono doos oaoaslonally moot with " a sltiglo young lady of fifty," who Is pointedly, not to say opprosslvoly, juvanilo. Sho gonorally has liorsoy tastes and delights In driving and riding horses of uncertain tompor, " Drink, puppy, drink," Is ono of hor favorite songs, In choosing hor gowns, sho profors decided colors. She calls all h...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

■ Wis M[. The Mayor of Sydnoy is arranging for a grand limpet, on Juno 21, to oomraomorato the oommonoo punt o( the Quoon's Jublloo, Invitations havo already , sent to representatives In all parts of N.S.W, Ife arc the Melbourne pooplo going to show'thah; fealty! is Sycluoy again to stoal a Soudan march on IVktoiiiil *, ' 1 : i » # ) I am informed, by a friend, who professes to posses^ |attaive political information that Mr,. Murray Smith proceed immediately after his arrival in Mol rae to reorganise tho Constitutional Party whloli, liitce tho otu of Coalition Governments, has booorae ■pile demoralised, Wliothor this may bo so or not it lte not matter muoh i but thoro can bo no question |hu man of Mr, Murray Smith's stamp is badly Innlcd in i'arlinmcnt, Since the resignation of Mr; l&'ice and Mr. Borry thoro are few men of oom lnadino personality In the House, -At ono time jli lictorian Legislative Assembly was a gathering of IfhU, 11®. Ldmund Yates writes :—" Lord CJarringt...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XLIL. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

0MArT1fl.il XL If. << What, hour mvo thin tthould ho thine' hour-—>aiut ■mino,'1 8tallies had ovldoubly mistaken thoplaoo of appoint mont, or olso lmd oorno thiamuoh further in his anxiety to moot Lady Brnnkamoro. His faoo blauolioa poroop tlbly In tlio dull moonlight as hla oyos moot Branks moro'a, and lnatlnotlvoly ho retreats a atop or two, and 1 looks to tho right and loft of him In a lmrrlod fashion, aa ono might who la modltntlng llight, u Ha, air 1 Woll mot 1 This la an unoxpoobod ploa sttro 1" says Brankamoro, In a high, oloar voioo, and with a laugh that makos tho othor'a blood run a llttld ooldor In his volns. Thoro la a doad pause. Tho lioavotia abovo, that a Bhorb tlmo ago ahowod Inky blaok, havo now ront tholr gloomy pall to lot a sullon moon shlno through, Sho throws hov rays upon tho throo figures standing In an' absolute quiosoonoo, as if soarooly broathing, lighting up Murlol's palo doath-llko faoo, and betraying tho strange Immobility of ho...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER X[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

Ladg Bit&nlpsniMe, By fclio author oi!'" Buymas," "Moi.ia' Bawm," •<«! a woinniwY," «'Doius," iVc, I OLtAPMll XL " Whevo no hojio U loft, u loft m/m,, ( Maul1 loi'o hi\ftrtf " 'iV* puthltm, dark, and barren all Muriol's fatal resolution onoo formed sl>o Imsteus oomplotlou of lb. With a soul full of ruturnlny w sho hnd ro-ontorod the oorrldor tlmt night; with a, voicl of nil boliaf and hope sho loft It. WlmU noi Stulnos mot hor-nnd sho actually lnld plain thew| for him—sho roooivod his half-vollod aspirations in] friendly n spirit that ho was oruboldonod to place J foro hor tho plan ho had so long tlmo framed. s| noqulosood in all of thorn t but so coldly, ao hutiilf ontly, that ho was both pur,sled and piqued by manner, ' To him, doparturo from this part of tho world] imporatlvo i stoopod to his very oyos lu debt, both luf and in town, nothing Is loft him but an Immediate r soorot. disappearance from tho land of his duns, livo abroad on that thousaud a year so ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

Amateurs. Thw Prahrnn Amateur 15vn.mii.tio Club gavo a most) successful entertainment in tlio loonl Town Hull, on Monday May Blst, in aid of tlio South Yarra, Prahran, Tooralc Ladles Bonovolonb Society, Tlio pioco ohoson Tlio relief of Luoknow, was oxoollontly inountod and witnessed by a vovy largo aitdlonoo. Tlio oast was as follows :—'Miss Josslo Maynard, as Jossio Brown j Miss Euby Bowman, as Mrs, Campbell i H. M'Farlano, as Nana Satiibi G. w, Orr, as Eandal MacGrogor | J, MoOlay, as Eov, D, Blonnt j Mr. Wilford, as Oassidy. Tho loading oharaotors woro oxoollontly playod, and fully do sorvod tho onthusastio applauso whloh an appreciative audlonoo bostowod on fchom, Tho mounting of tho piooo showed groat skill and taste, A laughablo faroo "A quiot Family" sploudidly rondorodiby tho company, brought tho ontortainmont to a oloso, Tims Orltio will bo porformod this evening at tho Now Masonic Hall, Clol lins-stroot, by tho University students. ■ Turn "Agamemnon of ^Ksohylus" is to bo ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

NOTICE , To Sooretaries of Dram atic Clubs, Bicycle Clubs, Quadrille Clubs, &c. We beg to inform the above that we have a complete plant for producing Programmes, Concert and Ball Tickets, and all GencVal and Commercial Printing. "Table Tabic" Printing Office, 129 Russell-st. The FAT 0H1LSEEN, at the Waxworks, In Bourke-streot, is tho Now Attraotion, and is drawing Orowds tk Day and Evening.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

JOHN BLACKBURN & CO, 1852] ESTABLISHED [1852 SOLE AGENTS For the unrivalled m & w s dprtwfc mrb ^prigljt ^imtofortcs "With Patent Resonator. KAPS' GRANDS and UPRIGHTS. KAPS' GRANDS and UPRIGHTS. KAPS' GRANDS and UPRIGHTS. The Celebrated w © PIANOS. Famous for their Quality and Volume of Tone. Unsurpassed for Durability and Firmness. IN ALL STYLES. VOGEL PIANOS. VOGEL PIANOS. VOGEL PIANOS. Largo Variety of other Leading Makers in Stock. Casli, or Easy Terms. No. 2 Hansen's Buildings, LITTLE COLLINS STREET, E. Next Colonial Bank.

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

Equitable Co-Operative Society, Limited 80 COLLINS STEBMT MAST. B IlANOHiaS—< No, 1— Oluipol-stroot, Prnhran. No. 2—Brunswiolc-stroot, N, Fltm'oy, No. 8—Bay-atroot, North Brighton, No, d—Burwood Eoacl, Hawthorn, Enormous Progress ! SALES STILL INCREASING! Last Woolc woro - - - £2,500 Sarno Woolc Last Yoar - 1,880 Inoronso I'or tho woolc - £620 T H E SPECIAL OLEABING SALE Of China, Glass, and Crockery ware IS . NOW PBOCEEDING. All tho Surplus Stook is boing Offered at Strlotly Cost Prices, tho Usual Soiling Prices Marked in Plain Figures. Purchasers thus sea tho Groat Bargains • Obtained. By ordor oE tho oommittoo, WILLIAM NUTTALL, Soorotary.

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Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

Before the tfurfsaiq. This evening the Inst performance of The Sorcerer and Trial by Jury will take place at the Theatre Koyal. To-morrow evening Patience will be . revived for six nights. Estrella is in preparation. Only Dust is having h successful run at the Bijou Theatre. Bittle Don Giovanni is shortly to bo withdrawn from the boards at St. G oorgo's Hall. Important additions have been made to Olarko and llymer's excellent Variety Company at the Victoria Hall.. The lib erality of the management is rewarded by crowded houses.

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

Social. Mil, AND MUS, ITAllHV WlhHON gllVO nn evening party at their rosidonoo, 1)2 Napior-stroot, "Flt/.ory, on May 21), in lionor of fclio Now South Wales fcoam of footballers who reoontly visltocl Mel bourne. A largo number of guosta as sembled, and a most onjoyablo ovanlng was spent, Amongst those present woro Mosdamos S Isaacs, W. Smith, J. B. Jolferlos, Misses Bobothan (2), Oavanagh, I-Tino, Fogg, Armllold, Messrs. J-Ionwood, Hume, J'oiVrles, Abrahams, Del Sorfco, "Wilson, Honninglmm, and also the mem bers of tho Fltsory Baoliolors1 Olub. During tho ovoning tho guests woro ontartained by sotno oxoolloni; vooal and in strumental music, contributed by Miss Maynard, Miss Fogg, Mr, Abrahams, and Mr, Willie Wilson, tho oiforta of tho hittorboing spoelally appreciated, Aftor supper Mr, Honwood of tho Now South Walos team, proposed tho health of tho host and liostoss in woll ohoson apoooh, which was suitably rospondod to, and tho oompariy dispersed in tho small hours, all appearing t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

Engagements^ A MARRIAGE has been arranged, and will shortly take, .place, between Sir James It. Fergusson, Bart,, of Spitalhaugh, Peeblesshire, and Hover Court, Kent, late; of South Australia, and Alice, youngest daughter.of. the late J. Price Simpson and Mrs. Simpson, of ClocosteT texraco, Hyde-park.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

Marriages. /, Innis-Hoad—Smith,—A very fash ionable woddl ng was oolobratod at Holy "Trinity Ohurob, Balaclava, on Ttioaday, ^Juuo 1, whon Miss Gortrudo Smith daughter of Captain Howard Smith, of the Esplanade, St. Kilcla, was married to Mr. Reginald Innis-Hoad. The Ho v. Mr. Ford, assisted by the Rev. Mr, Oorbott (of Sydney) and the Rev. Mr. Pri tabard (Brighton), ofllciatod, The church, which was beautifully decorated for the occa sion, was crowded with guests and specta tors. The brkle was given away by her father. She was attired in a most ox quisito bridal dress, Over a jupo of tho richest ivory satin duchosso, with tabu lated edge, bordered with a foathory ruohe of silk, and draped with priceless antique point do gauzo laoo, was an ex quisitely fitting corsage and demi-train of tho same satin ; tho former was in "V shape back and front, and togothor with the sleeves was richly embroidered in soed pearls. O ver this was worn n truly mag nificent square-cut court train, which wa...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Butchers' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

Butchery Ball. Tjim Knights of tho Olouvor, hold tholr fmnttftl grand plain and I'm toy dross ball in tho Mnnohoalor Unity Hail, on Wed nesday May 2(llh, which proved a groat suoooss, 'J'iiciro wore about 200 present. Tho entering wns by \V, Oattord, of Carl ton. Tho following aro a fow of tho many pretty aoatumaa worn by tho ladloa present!—Mlaa Mablo Glbaon aa Trans formation, this aostumo which was tho first of tho kind worn in Australia, was vory novel and protty, and will no doubt In a abort tlmo booomo very popular j Mrs. Folgor, aa Tyrolloao Dancing Girl, In a handsome oostumo of blue plush volvot and poarla,with high boots to match) Mlaa Browho ha Olndornlln, austalnod hor character admirablyj Mlaa Ryan aa Pyrotto Dnughtor. of tho Regiment, In a very hnndsomo rod and blub satin and gold trimmings ) Miss Nelllu Lester as Soo-Snw, looked oxoocdlngly pretty j Mlaa AHoo Hunt as'Highland Lassio; Mlaa Patterson aa Fran oh Ponsnnt j Mlaa Johnson aa Queen of Night j Mrs, Wont, aa Ma...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rear-Admiral Tryon's Ball. A SCENE OF SPLENDOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

^eai'-ijidniii(al Ti^on'g Ball. A SCKNM OP SPL'IflNDO Ull. ON Tuesday avonlng, May 3, '.Uaur-Admlrnl Trypn gavo a most successful bull lib tlio Admiralty House, North Shore, Sydney, About 230 gnosis ussomblod, Danotng oommonaod ub !) unci (Itilsliod at 1 ti.ra. Tlio gliosis ivoro oonvoyod In largo steamers from tlio plor to tlio landing at tlio foot at tlio Admiral's garden, which was lighted by moans oil throe thousand glass oil lamps of all colors—rod, wlilto, graori and bluo—on small posts or attached to tlio troos. Tho appoaranoo which tho soono presented as lb was approached by tho wabor was oxtrotnoly bountiful, and eallod forth exclama tions of surprlso and dollght from tho spectators. Tho boat shads on tho landlug wore also hung with hun dreds of Japanoso lantorns, whilo round tho nottlng of tho lawn novel doslgns of X's, stars, anchors and a crown waro bountifully Illustrated by moans of thaso lamps, which woro sliapod Into tlio forms doslrod. Tho floral doooratlons In tho ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

(I 14 0 I! (l 1,1 h if a :r. l | 'twijiMM*' livory Uvoiihijft Ltv DON ClIOVANNA. I® Son Cl IOVANNA, 1 wnww 8WQW8, mjohmoiw Huoaim, n, nml !"• CflWHAM I«Wrt/JWi DiioIiiohh Mmmgov. r^OFOAL a AB DUNS' J tiOWL PABK, , l,r CnMiKCTtON OK Wll/D ANIMALS rlujtmUn. Oiunlvom Foci, II.HO, • |(|A<o In Hn.vnI I'ni'k Stntlon, Brans I rtk lino, nro now opon, IPIMNT mv currying Children on T Week Dnyn, ( llAtlrnctloii—LfONS, TlflUBS, find other O'nriilvom, | )| I1 K 11 AN a J9 H A L L, JIHLllOUHNKi Monday rvknikci otot, rra jvnk C,UII'IlEfX'H IMAMAT.10 niiOJTAI,, 'THK.MIttllOTJIlNK ClAOXi I" J flriiwl Exhibition OroliaHtm, Iljilly Tri'Vyllnn nutl Mr, It, A, Soutlioy hIiik ( I A'lmk'loii. I« full P»ft« of hull). |;Ui! ImyK (Into MikkoU'k) 78 Bottrko-sfc, :I3. ntOverturn nt 8, Clotim ourly, boVSCIfOOEof MU9IO, '18 Drim«wlok'«t, Ifiiiofortc, Owwi, Singing, Hitrtnotiy, ofco. Jtr. olintlon'i'ruoy, prliial|ml, T COSTUMES, Indian nmt gontloman'H on lain: fancy TrltnmlugH sold, 1'ord, Hoynt liMff...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 June 1886

Social. Tins Hon, 0, Tomklnaon, nJ! South Australia, whon last hoard of was ub Milan, •Mrs, WissTciAimt gavo a vory onjoyablo danoo at hor roaidonoo, Ellzaboth Day, Sydnoy, ou Wodnoaday, Juno 2, 1 " ' ' ■■ ■ Dn, SamVAiWMiACJir gftYo a danoo laatr night at Noocla' Rooms, Sydney! ■ i Mrs, Romsii't' Tooth gavoa vory onjoyablo danoo at lior roaidonoo In Sydnoy, laat night, ■ >; ■ Mus, J, M, Purves, " Gnprora,'! Elizabeth Bay, Sydnoy, gavo an "At Homo " on Monday,,May; 1)1, Admiral Tryon's aooond danoo at tho Admiralty,' Sydnoy, took plhoo on Tuoaday, Juno 1, Mrs, Broomeiei/d, "Qlontworth^'.Dalmalu, Sydnoy, gavo an " At Homo " on Tuoaday, Juno 1, Mrs, Archie Oox, Sydney, gavo an onjoyablo danoo on Thursday, May 27. \ R, T. O'Siiehieee, Norfolk1 Artillery, 1b 'to join tho atnff of Lord Oarrington as oxtra A,D,0, ■ His Excellency, Lord Oarrington, tho Governor of I l N.S.W., givoa thla evohlng (Friday), *at Sydney, a << Floroat Etona " dinner. Judge and Mns. Backho...

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