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On the Wing. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

On the Wing. What can bo In tho.alr to account for the numerous dramatisations of Marcus Olarko's groat work, " His Natural Lifo?" For the past fifteen years tho novel has boon boforo tho public of thoso colonies, and yet no ono hoard of any sorlous at tompt being made to dramatiso tho work, Yot no sooner does Mr, George 'Loitch produce, after two years close study, fol lowing upon a personal visit to tho scenos whereat tho dreadful tregody was on acted, a powerful drama, than a host of imitations arise, each declaring ho had long had tho work in hand, which state ments can bo safely taken with a plateful of salt. However, it is one tiling to write : one that is flt to bo produced, and there fore, as Mr. Leitch has proved his play to be an undoubted success, and it has been taken in hand for production by the leading firm of theatrleat managers in tho 'colonies, ho need not bo alarmed that his imitators will approach tho quality of his work. This is all the more gratifying when, it ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XLVI. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

CHAPTER1 XL VI. " Every .sense ' Had been oEestrnng by pangs intense. ! And oaoh frail fibre of Iter branny ; ' Sent forth her thoughts all wild and wide, j .Madame vonThirsk! (has fallen asleep, • A glorious jfloodofOctoborsunshino streaming into the library reveals this fact. ■ 1 ; 1 ,■ '■ i Although so late :in the autumn the days 'are'' still jbright and enjoyable 5 .there is onlyi'a pleasant chill npon , the; air, and loavos fall softly to their graves through golden- gleams; of - sunlight. The wind that lifts them from, their boughs and wafts them to the 'earth is full of vigour, and indeed the whole air. is jrieh in a vitality <that should give him who breathes it renewed strength. Madame, however, seems' to have 'derived small benefit from it. Lying back in her chair, jin a slumber so > deep,sso motionless as to suggest ox haustion, ono may notico the lines of care on anxiety,; or perhaps subtly .concealed sorrow that marks each' featrrro.,: ;Her lips are ,pale...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

Amateurs. ItovcHHT which Is oxoltlng groat in ,iln ioclnl and'soholastto olrolos is id lo take place In tho Tomporanoo loo till! evening of Thursday, July 1. tttlomancc will bo glvon by tho ttl College Hoys, in ordor to obtain ucwary, proceeds for tho 'purchase w racing bout, A largo ancl fash We audience will doubtless (ill tho in all parts on tho night in quostion, ,u tlwre are at present 1500 tickets •iwilaion, tho proceeds will in nil ibilitynmount to a oonsidorablo sum. price*of the tickets has boon fixed usuonably at two shillings oaoh, may be obtained at Mr. Thomas gill's, jeweller, 37 Collins-street Bast, a/lengthy and attrnotivo programme ten prepared, consisting of well (tiii ballads, songs, and farcos j and Mies or gentloraon desirous of a ierening's amusomont and a hearty Jitailtl most cortalnly nttond at this otainmcnt. Tho following is tho jnmmc:—l'art 1: Bones, D. R, Mor j; tnmbo, IS. A, Dotnbrain , Inter-1 iH C. T, Kroltmayor ; overture, i I'omiwio," company i ballad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

ffaltham Watches TIIB Watch Co., 01" „ „ . WAliTHAM, MASS., U.S.A., waking tho importance of the Yio torhn Trrvdo, havo madei spooin.1 arrnngomonts with !!3 ELIZABETH STREET, j MELBOURNE, Mb enable him to soil their Celebrated Wee at prices f rom 16 to 26 per cent. Lter than any other house in the oolony. U. guarantees ovory watch for ONE iub, that la—Wnrrnnta the proper por taanceof the watch, and undortukos to Ml necessary repairs during that time his ok cost, ancl In addition, issues the IWAXV'S SPECIAL CERTIFICATE, IMm forwarded to any part of the W«y(r03T I'HEE, REGISTERED.) WRUNG SILVER WALTHAM LEVERS 4 Special Make, Extra Houvy Onaoa. 1. Sterling Silver, oxtra strong onBOB, honllng nntl opon laoo, full pinto, ileolbnlanoo, 7 Jowols lu sotting -£8 0 0 tui.igoM balances, 7 jowols - - 8 10 8 Ira, compensation balanoo, 7 jowols - 4 0 0 lift, compensation bnlnnoo, two pairs "jewels 4 15 0 frd'Pljhc, gold halnnao, 7 jowols - A 5 0 } w, gold balances, 2 pairs oxtra jowols 5* 0 0 • w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

QV I.OND3S PHffiHIX FIRE OFFICE, —■»» VICTORIAN BRANCH ** Tleiinii«kw November 1S85, Umo the honor to announce to the itiMiiimimi»mmiwTOMinmMMM<imii^^ elite , 0/ Melbourne pletod emtenslve at torn,t/iihn in our pre 111/00,1 in the ROYAL ARCADE, which, will enable 110 to over•' tahe our arroar work, and in future permit j ■no to hoep paoe with \ our largely 'increasing > hit Kinase, j With the view of, ■maintaining our posi Hon ae high-class Photo graphore, we have made\ s"reral changes and additions, to onr sta/f, having engaged ae 01/r ahief Artist a gentleman from, Jingland, who has been trained in the' studios of two of the fore moot Courti Photographers in the Weet Pud of Lon don} we will, therefore, not only be able ae heretofore to produce portraiture of the highest artistio emoellenee, but oonibine all that, modern in the Photographic art. We would respectfully euggaet that a pleasant and profitable visit might be paid to the vestibule lead ing to our Studios fr...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Fashion Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

F&#m .[ u'liiNic that at the present hquhdh sorgo (|tcs, all doaorlptlrtna look the warmest, llosldos besides, || w oauglit lu tlio Inovlfcablo ahowon-o£ mtn wHoli hi throatona ua this tlmo of the your, wo do not uiUul muoh, A trimming of bra lit la all that Is much or aa lUtlo according to tho funoy of ti,0\vc Oho of a mora olaborato atylo la of brown sovgu w diagonal Htrlpo, liaa a broad aldo pnnol of seal \t volvot, plain- at tbo lowor uclgo, and about tw«.t| 'up < tho skirt drawn In vvltli llvo or six rowa of gi,t|: at the walat- it la atlll drawn oloaor } thoro la a full' < o£ voivo'bj gutillorod bolow tho throat and at tbo wab A VAWN brown diagonal atrlpo sorgo has a trlmn of bluo mul brown lino -Bilk oord woven to atiinu Marguorlta braid j pan lor bnsquos, hood, vet oulla aro of tbo mixed ablor, A vmhy oll'ootlvo ooatumo la of ollvo green cloth ) tho trimming, a laoo about 10 Inches il mndo ol! woollon braid (gvoon) with threads of sci» 'nittd bd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

AttrnQUrtlXWOrIcs' ia ' and Evonit^, ' ftnd iB :a, in

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

Notice to Subscribers. „i,tf »M tlm HubMorlptlon rntoH far V\um TAbK lu Ifii *',£„?« imrt of Vlotorln, or to «riy o( tlio aatontait t— ' „ .. 10H. Oft. , fe•• " - - - 8H'0t1' L^oM Mfng porim. (< ^ 0(li lftfr :: .. •• | I, miHt bo iwiit in iiitvcuioo, Postal orders nHoultl tio J? iff to Mlb M A o li f 0 W Jlliofwisr, 1113 UamoU wtroot, Mot. r'(Cwi iioioc or otomiWi Vlotorlnn or from any of ttio Ej!j win bo iMooptoil no tmymonb. To Correspondents. ...iiKiinil comiiHinlorttloiia liitomlod for iciHortlon in TAnr.io il?Aoi'itl bo O'Mwo'l to—-111it Mnri'on. aontrlbutloiiH do. ii,nwii m n rnlo bo roturiioct ! but ntll, ovory ronwoimblo I/,,,t rMiwot will bo onrofully nttonctod to. Miiocitn bo tokon of anonymous oommuntantlonn, The tutmo IiJjk" of tlio writer must bo.'glvon, tliougli not noooH«ctrlly for lilMll'W Notice to Advertisers. ■litaccounts for Advortlaotnouta «ro jmynblo to Mr, MAtnitoW Vnronljf. '-.-I i NOTICE. l/MUfortlirjo ciniiotiimomoiits may bo mctdo in Htcimus of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

'jfo Suci'otftt'loa of Dram M Hlcvclu Clubs, Quucli'lllo \yu bo it to Inform t)ho fc'tLl wo Iwvo ii oomploto plant nro'hioliiK J'io«imtnnios; Oonooi b I'lK Tickets, unci nil Glonoml unci I cfill Printing. "TaulmIAwe" |"wi omcK, 120 RUSSI0I,I,«9T.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

Marriages. OoutouLiY—Kuan'.—A marriage, which nUractod a considerable amount of attention in South Melbouruo on account of the popularity of the bride, wns solem nised In S.rf. Peter and Paul's church on the evening of Juno 8, the contracting parties being M, Henri Ooutouly, a French gentleman, and Mrs. Phcobo Kemp, reliot oE Mr, James R. Kemp, formerly a member of the New South Wales Legislature, and oldest daughter oE Mr, Oharlos Browne, of Melbourne. Several citizens o£ Sydney oamo over expressly to bo present on the occasion. The Rev. Dr. G ruber, assisted by the Very Rev. Dean O'Driscoll, P.P., was the officiating olergy man. Mr. Oharles Sykes presided at the organ, and played the Wedding March in a masterly manner. The bride was given away by her father, Mr. P. Herry noted as groomsman, and the bridesmaids were Miss 0, Harris, Miss Phcobo Morgan, and Miss Lily Johnston, the two latter being nieces of the bride. The churoh was crowded. The bride was tastefully dressed in; silve...

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[?]fore the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

the dui'taiii. [ . ...niilnn 0UOOOHB fit t ie t«E',u j* % Ooiil't soona 1b tho ffclSii'10 ll|lS wltuoaso olago|,un>' ^ f Ji nlffhtly to wltnosa tho WSK C/1/AHK'b silk S took I tigs vvliii'llltL'O mullotioos to tho Mo r Tho porformmioo Is l-onlly otasii vnrlocy show.

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The Spear of Ithuriel. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

The Spear of Mroriel. ' la' may bo takon (is an axiom oi1 universal historical application that a grossly Immoral nation aan noithor b'o > a prosperous nor a groat one, The Spartans wore distinguished above all the tribes of Greece for tholr storn1 virtue, and against tholr victorious arms all the subtloty and wealth of the Athenians availed nothing. The {Romans wore simple In manners and pure In life when they aohlovcdtholr greatost conquests, and It was not until'they wore omaso'ulatcd by tho dobauehorlos of tho Second Mtnplro that their eagles wore trodden in tho1 dust by tho fair-halrod barbarians of Northern lfluropo, Tho Dutch could novor have csoapod utter annihilation In tho Intorncolno war they waged with the' Spaniards but for thoir austoro self-denial i and tho world has novor soon linor soldiers than tho Iron sides of Gromwoll, who carried tholr love of virtue to tho'wlldost soonos of fanaticism. Coming down to our own -tlmo,' tboro can bo no doubt that tho general im...

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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

Table Tal^. istath of the first Roman Oathollo Avob.biah.op hlboutno removes a vovy pvoniinont llguro. from ton Society, The colony was nt Its earliest c;when Dr, Goold made that memorable ovor •■ainey (rom Syclnoy to takes charge of his diooeso in Phillip, and It was owing largely, to .his personal ito that the growth of i the aommunity, and - of huhover vvhloh ho. presided have boon suooossfulv Jiccascil prelate belonged; to a iOlass of .priests i fihieh the Collogo of the Propaganda rarely ] «Hie deputnries of the ohuroh, He/ possessed wcommanding abilities nor profound scholarship, hbi no powerful.friendB like .the-late 'Arah- | •-polSydney to push his Interests at -the'Vatican; early days of the colony, however,' Dr." G-oold in extending his ohuroh when ; an. abler; and wompii3hed man would hava found his energies ^ V the limited boundaries/of, bis see."With »t*onotable exceptions the deceased!prelate>fol ■nggtessivo policy, iniroliglous matters,tand hmineuco of Sydney be! t...

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Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER XLV. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

LadiJ Bflanl^mei'e. • 1 . ' ■ ■ ' ' ■ • iBy thu author ol «' I uvm/is,!1 "MolijV Bawn," "Hub. i ' ; , QjQOli'JJ'lHfly," " Dolus," iSiO, OIJAFI'MIl XLV. i" M'tllcd from tho haort to tho lip#, with looot I Hold J'ltot in kin hands, olothud warm with his wluf/o,'< l ' V Well?" oxolalms Mrs, Billy, In a Iioarbfolfc tono, !sho ditties Into a ohnlr and looks,round hor—tho vary, Ip'ioturo of tnlsory. " Wlmfc n oruol shook to lilm, poor,, ifollow., I hbbiu'o you tho nows has mado mo fool just, anyhow I Snoh a thing to go and happon to him,',' , ".It Is a boastly shama," says Dlok Indignantly, PWhnb is? What's tho mattor?" asks Mr, Paulyn, sauntering Into tho room at Angelica's hoots, with whom It is qulto ovidonb ho,is now on opoaklng torms, u Why, havon't you hoard?" asks Mrs. Billy, with tears in hor oyos, "about poor Ourzon ? Tho falluro 'of-that Oornish mino has rulnodhlm," I " Bless nay soul 1" or las Tommy, "What a horrid [thought I Whoro is ho? Who told you? It's alio [mos...

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Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY DRAPERS' SHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

f>ide Lig§1$ Of ' AUSTRALIAN SOOIFVI (by Human,) DBA ITERS' SHOPS. ! ^S00im%'' says Uavlylo, "Is founded upon, Aooordlngifco thoCJholson Hugo, then, tho roal pill jiooloty laro nob-governments and laws, bulclut: porlums, or dmpors' shops, This statomont Is, paradoxical as lb appears. Woman, of course, m loaders of • sooloby, rioturo, If you can,-tho mh blankntlio llfo oJ! tho average woman would b jworo. drapors',i shops ■ sttddonly atul irrooovombly from, tho i-faco- of tho earth, carrying with thei loading drossmakors and milliners, imaglnosoc itnlons, iwhoro not one of' tho woman present hi bonsolousnoss,- which wo arc told Is far more i than salt ,tho s consolations of rollglon, namely, tl joing booomlngly drossod, ] ffmavtrnln of;-thought Is too hoart-rondlng. j hot ipursuo it. It ,1s besides, too groat a stretch J Imagination to -think of the fashionable women clay spinning garments for thomsolvos, aftor them of >our groat groat grand-motliors, It has often hro that Mrs,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

Equitable j Go-Operathi i Society, 80 COLLINS STUKKT KAN'l^ — BUA.NOUKS No. 1—Ghtv^oLsli'uot, I'mlimu, No. 2—Bi'imswlols-atruot, N, Klud No. U—Bay-stvoot, North lUlgliUij No, '.L—Biu'woocl Uoacl, Jinwtliurnl Enormous Progres SALES STILL INCREASING! Last Woolc woro - - - £2 Same Woolc Last Your - 1 . Inoroaso for tlio woolc - i T H E SPECIAL CLEARING! SALE Of China, Glass, Crockeryware IS , NOW PROCEEDS All tho Surplus Stock Is being Offot Strictly Cost Prices, tho Usual Sell Prices Murkod in Plnin Figures Purchasers thus soo tho Great Unt Obtninod, By order o£ tho oommittco, WILLIAM NUTTALL, Secrets JOHN BLACKBHBI4 18S2] EST AIJUSHED [18K SOLE AG ENTi For fcho unrivalled M M F tfpratrSr imb ,|li;ntof| With Patent Resonator, KAPS' GRANDS and UPRIGHTSj 'NAPS' GRANDS and UPRIGHTS! NAPS' GRANDS and UPRIGHTS! ▼ Ofi* PIANOS. Famous for their Quality and VoJ of Tone. Unsurpassed for Durability Firmness. IN ALL STYLES] VOGEL PIANOS. VOGEL PIANOS. VOGEL PIANOS. Largo Variety of .other Loadin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

RA i.tHnuKY, 'J'ionn,, April 'I, ;188ll, fluntu,-—I" wna ullllotod wllli aorloua Kidney unci Urinary trouhlo lor twolvo yoara, Aftcir trying fill the delators arid imlonl. modldlnoa l ociitltl hoar of, I uaeie'l two bottles of Hop lllfctora and inn por footly ouroci, ' 11, If, 1100'J'H, ■VVasiixnO'J'on, CD,G,, April 11, 188U. To tho IInj) JJUttirx C'o, , ■ Sins,—I write thla tva a token of tho groat approbation .1 hnvo for your Hitters, 1 whs nlltlot'ocl with' inflammatory Hhou mfitlam sovon > yoara, 'and , no modlolno Boomed ; to do mo any good until t triad throb bottloa of your Hon Bitters, nnd to ; niy surprlso I nm as woll to-clay aa ovor 1 wim,. .1 hope you may liavo groat auoooaa In thla grant and valuablo modiolrio, Any ono wishing to know moro about my euro, oan learn by nddroaalng mo, ? 35, M. WILLIAMS, 11011 lflth St. Froflootttb' tho Swindlers I I .If when yon on 11 for Amorlctiui HopDlfctorsfaoo groon twig of Hops on tho whito labol and Dr. Sottlo'a I nnmo blown In t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

Wowi-M'S SCHNAPPS—Purolioso' the gonuino and ropudiato all sliauis.

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Stella MAYFIELD, SOUTH YARRA, JUNE 17, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

7 MAYjj'iKtiU, South YAiima, Junu 17, 188(1, MY .DidAll MAHiia,—-All tho dnuoos I havo nttondud this Sanson tormlnntod 'ut 12 o'oloak proolsaly. Mel bourne, just now, Is very dull j nil tha galotlos bnklug plnao in Sydnoy. Thoro Is no doubt but-that Lord Gnrrlngton's brllllnut vioo-rogal court nnd tha prosotioo of Admiral Tryon's squadron In Sydnoy harbour nro gront inaontlvas to gnlotlos. Whydoas nob tho Alotorlnn Govornmont try to got tho Australian Squadron to tako up tholr station ovory sooond yonr In Port Phillip? 'I think tho British Govornmont would not bo so cruol to our girls as to doprlvo thorn oE a fair pro portion of naval husbands, IE tho matter woro ropro_ son tod properly. Wo do roally want somo olovor woman to champion our causa, TAtiKtNa of champions, what do you think of tho champion of tho Foraalo Suffrage Socioty, Mrs, Bug dale, whosays kissing is a very bad thing as diseases aro spi oad: thoroby. Now I sonrcoly think anyono would bo so foolish as to kiss, a typh...

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Cinderella Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 18 June 1886

[ flindefella B&H, w CHiowlItt tlnnofr; ^ Ul° M»S0I^° W.., 'ulrait, on »*, Juno 11,,1a aid o£| tho-(Jhuralu foiltid (li'iuiii'uu' School Ohapcl funcl.lwdVti groatj| Then were about 800 ladlos and] gontlomon N,„i Jforr 1'look supplied tho lmtalo, jVV.o, noticed »■ [Yil»« Dickson, who woro iv .rich twhit6 satin * bwM and trimmed - vory ; tastefully, Xlinnio in a boautll'ul black oostuma, L IW. i« Ipido-bluo anshmaro,; iiimmocl with MIh dwy (Melbourne)), In a rich whlto silk ,|Mh, Miss — CI toy, .la .cardinal cash more, with AV| cardinal silk sash.,,, Miss A./Klngj (lvow), In 4 Iiko skirt, awl black bonded bodloci ^ iti'ir King, In a vory handsome ollvp. groan satiny L| ivllli n light Wlorocl 'bV^tlliV/^^MIsa M'lTjOtiri,, Lite to skirt, and bod loo of dark cardinal' plualr,1 ■ Mtan, la a iii'otty pink tulto skirl t, and an.tin [feeiuiintali. Miss Quintan, In ruby plush hodloo, L Idle skirt to match, covarod .with pompons, h Rsbertson, la whlto satin ancUtulia,' jMiss.Maud' rilt...

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