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What to Dress For. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

What to Dress For, I THE immediate objects of dress! twofold—narnoly, dooouoy and warn! but so many minor considerations! sufXorod to Inf'luenoo us In choosing! hablllmonts, that tlioso primary ohlf are too frequently kopt out of all Dress should bo not only adapted tol alimato j it should also bo light In well should yield to tlio movements off body, and should bo easily put mi ml movod, It should also be adapted tol station in soolaty nnd to the ago off individual. These nro the essential 1 ditions; yet in practice how freipicl are thoy overlooked ; In fact, law sell are thoy observed I Next in imperil aro general elegance of form, Inrmmijj the arrangoiuont and selection of.| colours, and special adaptutimi in (I and colour to the person of the indlj ual,— M Its, MEUK1PIKI.U (" iJress Dino Art An old bnehoior, having fallen in 'I behavod In a ridiculous manner, iJ lady excused his Infatuation »} »a)f "It is with old bacholors as with uj it is hard to got them kind od, hut « thoy d...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

'altham Watches the Watch Co., WALTHAM, MASS., U.S.A., Milta tho importance of tho Vio loiian Triulo, have made special nrrnngemonts with |Q3 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE, tenenaMe Mm to soil thoir Celebrated Ma at prices from 15 to 25 per oont, Ira: than any other house in tho colony. J UN', eimvantecs ovory watch for ONE bis,tlwt is—Warrants the propor por IraiMeof the watch, and undertakes to Musccaary repairs during that time p or cost,and in addition, issues the IHMSY'S SI'HCIAL CJEIiTIEIOATE. wh'tkhei forwarded to any part of tho mij(P0ST FRKK, REOISTEIVEE.) mmim silver waltham levers I A Special Make. Extra Ilotwy Gnaoa. puling Silver, oxtrn strong oases, I aontlng nml opou fneo, full pinto, I iKsl balnnco, 7 Jowols In sotting -£8 0 0 l ^gowbnliuioo, 7 jowola - - 8 10 8 IjVmpeiHntloii balance, 7 Jowola -400 |l«,cumiciisatluu bnlniioo, two palra I nlnjcwoU IB 0 l^lTUic. Nil bnlnnao, 7 jowola - 4 6 0 »it,rtl Ijiiiiiicu, 2 imira oxtrn jowola 6 0 0 |»,tijinfcii3iitloii bnlniioo, 7...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

IITICEi—To Soorotarios of Dram n!« Clubs, Dlcyclo Clubs, Quaclrllle Clubs, &c. Wo bog to Inform the ! iiiw, nu uu^ uu 4-ULUX ail UJAU ilove that wo havo n complete plant !:r producing Programmes, -Concert ol Hall Tickets, and all General and ffflimcrclul Printing. "TAil EE Talk" FBiyn.su Oitick, 120 Rusheol-st.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Curious French Cases,[?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

Curious French Casd SHVKIlAl, curiously lut«vcHtlnK hnvu boon duoldud In thu IVds i>4 raoontly. In the (ImL phwu uIU(,J Duchesne, who udniliilHtuiud tu-utoKvfl nxoto to (i stout old KunUuiniui, ivlU tho assistance o£ a dootor, and mmi! I nit lout to, sluop £ou ovor, him iicoul lanood to (i Una of Ji 120 for mmwlau J Madame Lojouno, tlui vl«tl»r« w-ll suodtlio duntlst for compensation. y| ooitrb uwnrdod hoi' only .Ulan, tho] J stating that tho iloaili of M, LuhmiiJ bboit '' n grunt pomudnvy gn|n fojl family, as his life was assured foul amount) which tho Immrnneo coma had paid.11 I Probably, If! tho amount had been t largor, tho family won Id Imvu gou aompotiaablou at all, and IE it had L oxtromoly largo thny would, iw dJ have had to give the duntlst u ilm/J for procuring thorn, by nutluhmtlim, a'windfall, : The aoaoud oasis Is that of M, l.cpl a; rooalolbvatib juryman, who vufuici take tho oath on tho ground that hof an atholst. In aausocjuuucoof his toll tho trial had to bo adjo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fashion [?]ottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

F&ifon Jotting Ouici'M In now mora used for hull dramas than tnllj although bulla lias many youthful admirers, , AwrmoiAMowors ara lu grout favor. a |n0tfl naval by arc thollowor apauloltus. They nrc uttnclj bo ribbon and wlro, and follow Ilia form <d tiU) nm holo, bho lloral Imuoli on blia tup, All the ilmvuMmdL for ball drosses aru mlxad with long loops uf rltihou. 1 A xrny make, oE Italian luoo, Is to ho worn mJ trimming,, lb Ih mbhar a aoarsa texture, mul emi1 had in whlto, ooru, blank,and orcani, BtltK luidoralbthlng la being nmah worn In Knglnnl and L have no doubt, whon tho warm woiitlun uu ladlua will glady adopt sttah underclothing In Ai| tvalln, bolng so light and oool. Silk mului»kii(a; pink aatln ara. vary pvabty, and at course lit nu\| bolto'r tho llguro than olthuv merino or limine), IN plaoa of draaslng jackets, I think ladies will p| for anpaa, and aa bho proaonb stylo of dressing tkluj is ao high tlioy nro almost naacssary, FiiKNOit woman ara dres...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]etore the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

Im ^ duPt&iii kjrsrsuJ xr'K mszs^uaii CJlftnco's " His tl (.««■" , im* bcott iwnsldorablo oxoito Ln 'ertho division of tho spoils of P vminl Mfo "l Hovoml del vers la liViivliii.'discovered rt vorltablo gold fwimvo—to use n minor's ox i-irled to jump tlio oliilm, On nwiincomunt of tlio Thontro Boynl itmi'iii tlmt tlioy would product) "Viiiiml Mfo," ft Thespian gontlo Wookos, but who figures in Tun, (imlor tlio (linguist) of fyrrul 1, j,it would lio « good Hpuoulatlon ■iuillv (Ininintlso Marcus CHarko's Limlliiivo It proiluood nt Wllllams Ejjiml tlicn to register it its his pro I III.MooTyroll's plan was carried out livery clever itintuiot', but lio ovl lilr kiuftv nothing of till) lasv ott tlio Ivd Mi-, Tyroll thought that by this liu could scotiri) the right to pro It, nlili'li did not belong to iilm ; and Ijk'ri. IVillliuiison, flarnor and M'us Ik know tlio law ou tho subjoot .of L,iik'i'"|iyi'iglit thoroughly, thoy will [|i« "Ills Natural Llfo" to-morrow Ly, notwithstandi...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

Hoiloo to Subscribers. , ... tim aiit)Horlitt(on rntoii tor TAMiM TAT.it iti L,ftiMrw J fv '°rt viutoi'lu, or to iiny of tho ooIoiiIoh /_ Ni««",oWI (t .. .. .. Ki«. Oct, " ;; „ ,, ... ,, ■ 8h, Ort, (nolu.tfutf fO'tntf0. ^ ^ ^ ^ . fx"" " !! .. 1 .. 10(4. ort. ? , ,1... mint bo imlrt (nmlvniioo. Footnl ordorw olioulrt bo ,w'"LI MaViuom into I)/icy, 18fl ButmoU «troot, Mol. l,p,C„i St04 or iteMin.'Vlotorinn or from Tiny of tho K, «ui h> wwrtod <w To Correspondents. .„.nan,lcommiififontlo'"* Intoiidotl for Innortlon In TAiiT.ia Lit i>o mlilroaiod to—Tint iCijr'ron, aontrJbntlona do. f ioua rulo bo roturiioil I but otlll, ovory raisonnblo t'lMiml rch«">« ivfll bo onrofully tittourtort to. liwfcH'iiii to tnkon of iinonymoui) oommunlonttonH. Tlio numo |>si«t<of tho wrltor (iiudt bo.'Klvon, though not noaoHmirlly for [flllM. ________ Notloe to Advertisers. Liroww/or ATvortlBomonto nro pnynbto to Mr, Mattiuoiv will only. I MOTIOB. simsk? toutor tlic« (iiiiic...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

80 COLLINS STlil-IKT HAgJ Buanouus S"' l»ol4trooC ivalirsn, No. 2—Hfunawlok-stiuot. N, pipit No. U~lny.street, North UrMitJ No. -1-1hirwood Uoiul, lliuvth'nj No, u—~Nloholsuii«strout, PooUcr _ DRAPER V DEI'AllTMKN'T During Tills Week wo show tlm (A Ing special UllUH of ohoiU) L',»,iU'1 D11ES8 MATERIALS, 1 FOUL I OLOTILS, 815 lit! K8 (Estumoro Ihilsh), CASH MEltKS, COSTUME CI.OTIIS, BLANKETS, fully onc-tliiid uii'tol usual list prices, f INDIAN DOWN QMILTS, threoj sultaLlo for slagLu and d<mtjUs IL FLANNELS, wlilto with pliik«ho| lino, suitable for hulks' ami chili wear. f WOOL W11AV3, all shea, vwyj parcel, and well assorted, Thoso are a very cheap lot, and i suited for the ensuing HALL! SEASON. KID GLOVES, Oalvat's aad Den'ti 8, 10 BUTTONS, and Jlmis-n^ shape, BLAOK, dark coloun white and light shades, TAILORING DEI'AIt I'MKN'jj Tho Demand Is Dally Increasing BALLARAT TWEED TUOUSBJ At 21s. f BALLARAT TWEED SAC SUl At 7As, L BALLARAT TWEED OVEUCOj At (Ills, Wo are also cl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

Scottish Marriages. iw dealt with French marriages in our last e toxt supplied by tho on so of Cremar r. Lur, lienvd in the Diyorco Court on Monday; iijihtly appropriate for an article on mntri f'slproceduvo in Scotland, Scottish marring os, itk time of the Union, have proved tlio .•source—both of logal suits and romantic The subtlo intricacies of tlio " Yel voi'ton It," tlie hrenlhloss intorost of Wilkio Collins's luami Wife," and tho oxquisitcly ludioroua [ins of ("filbert's " Engaged," all alike owed :»ti»m to tho ambiguous uncertainty of the h( wedlock, as it is understood in tho I'm Kingdom, North of tlio Tweed. To use |*i colloquialism it is ronlly dnngorous for, fs'8 man to bo safe in Scotland. . Mr. and •t'tiMimr, who are "professionals," were Min Edinburgh in 1877, and their, domestic; I®*, according to Mrs, Cremnr's counsel, has I®long series of gross cruelties on his part pmcrviug constancy on hers. The Court} r(Mu. the person oi Mr. Justice Webb, was l^itb tho initial di...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

Wolfe's Schnapps—'A incdiaine for body and mind—A time honoured preparation*

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Spear of Ithuriel. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

The jUlpB&i1 of Ithuriel. Quaint old Jlutlor Included u very largo section o£ humanity, Indeed, whon ho wrote oi! the pooplo wlio " Compound Hoi' Bins bhoy aro Inollnocl bo, 11 J.ly damning blioao bhoy havo' no mind to, The prodigal, who In tho days oi' his youth has was tod his Hiibstunoo In riotous living, Is as likely as nob to buoorno a mlsor la his old ago and road homlllos on tho wlokodnoss oi! extravagance j and thoro la no proaohor ol! morality so strldont In his praise of vlrbuo as tho worn-out dobauohoo, IE you havo a moro than usually oloquout speaker on tho toototal platform you aro protty saEo to sot him dosvn a roEormod drunkard j and thoro Is no suoh soalous partisan of a rollglous or poli tical oauso as your thorougli-Eaood porvort, Thoro aro no masters so tyrannical as thoso who havo rlsou from a oondltlon of sorvlbudo i and everybody knows tho olEoct o£ sitting ,a boggar on horseback, And so wo might go on multiplying Instanoos, ail which would only woary t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

I Table Tal^. |l:iz announcement made by ma last week tlmt likiilio|) Goold had died a rtoh man lma not received Itul endorsement from the Vicnr-G cticral o£ the [■.Miocese, Ilea Id 09 his ostate at Brighton, his er, carriages, furniture, ancl private effects, the do L prelate left little or nothing, having devoted julj the whole of his largo income during hia liJe tiId works of religion and charity, Tho Brighton, luteftitl probably bo sold, and tho proooods devoted JiMclmrch, while tho Archbishop's personal belong lirsili go to his sncoessor, ' i Catliolie clergy of Melbourne are not quite 1 with the probable nomination by . Cardinal' No! his friend the Bishop of Qalway as successor I Dr. (iuold, Tho Melbourne clergy are-afraid that hBishopof GaUvay may he of'tho same temperament |Vjgreat friend Cardinal Moran, who has'managod N short time ho has been in Sydney to displease a fctnumber of the clergy trader Jris .control, ■ Tho; p clergy do not like the maimer in which . Cai* |;illl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER XLVII. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

Ladif Btfan^metfe, biiioiuKhorof"I'livi/Mfl," "Mor.t.r hawk," "Mm, cmomtiiiy," " Voiub," &o, OHAl'TMll XLVIL the illwmtor o/Jiim whim-fnathm Z thereto* V Mo ooniiot euro, and l,o oomjortor oj him wlwm tlm oannot oonttolo I Ttotouch of oold wfttor upon hot- brow, a struggle 'ffithmuiiiory, ftinl Murlul onuo moi'o opening hor oyoa bokslniiKuUlly rkomimI. Mvorythlng has oomo buck to t<r Sliu romombors tho Inst horriblo soano, and won der) vnuiiuly how It Is she Is now allvo mid iti hor own mm, with llridgman standing ovor hor. Has Brnnks ncrc'liuard o£ It? And ll! so, why Her eyes moot those of tho maid who Is gar,lug jollclloiisly at hor, and sluicing buolc again amongst hor pillows,sho looks at hor enquiringly. Was It Uriclgmnn who had oomo to hor rescue '? Isi tho soorob at last Wroyed to tho household I, What does this woman how I ' . 111 klntod, llridgman ?" "Ves, my lady, but you are bottor now. You must not try to thiuk yot awhllo, but just llo quiet and lot c...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY THEATRES AND THEATRE-GOERS. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

^ide Ligpg Of ■ AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY (hy THEATHES AND TIIEATBE-G OE.US, WitjiN I was young unci Ignorant; wlion .1. found pantomimes oxolUug nud'amuslng performances } •when Oolumbino was a boautlL'ul fairy to bo rospootfully adored jwheu Harlequin's jokes wore goms of wit, I used to imagine that the gontlomon of tho Press, wlio. patiently sat through theatrical performances and sent accounts of thorn to tho dally papers, wore tho critics of the play, YJ3AHS bring knowledge. As an ardent thoatre-goor and a student of all Imaginable typos of ,thehtro-goors —from tho ladles and gontlomon who drop their h's and their orange-skins in tho stalls to tho aristocrats who air thoir diamonds in tho drasa-olrole—It was not long before I^cntuo across a roal thoatrlcal critic. 'Oomus was a many-aid ad character. Ho was an aouto man of bttsinoss. A olovoror stockbroker noyor fore gatlierod with his comrades " Under tho Verandah.'' His theatrical propensities did not prevent him from paying duo atte...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

Married and Maidens. The married woman may and ought to adorn herself when she is with her hus band, and he desires it ; but if she should • do so when she is at a distance from him, it will be asked whose eyes she desires to please with that particular care? A greater liberty is allowed to maidens, be cause they may lawfully,rdesire to be agreeable to many, although with no other ] urpose than to gain one by 1 o'y . marriage. Neither is it esteemed amiss that widows who purpose to marry should adorn themselves in some measure, pro vided they betray no levity ; for, having already beon mistresses of families and "passed through the griefs of widowhood, they are considered to be of more mature and" settled mind.—St. Fjranois de Saees. A young-man has o scrap-book con taining the'marriage notices of all the women that he has loved, and he sits put in the moonlight and reads it and cries. SAbiHiiuitY, '.I'lilNN,, April ■!, IHBH, OtitilH,—'.I , WdH nllllotod with HorloiiH Kldnoy (uu1 Ur...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

Wolfic's Sou.yxppa stands alono -without a rival "elixir in tho catalogue of, magnificent, tonics.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Juvenile Ball AT WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

AT W ILTjI AMBTO VVN, A viony . enjoyable Juvenile Fancy ..Dross 1 lull was given by Mr. and Mrs. W. , .1:1 r Roberts, of "Tndor limine," William tovvn, In tho loonl Mechanics' Institute on Saturday, Juno lb. Tha hall was beautifully, dooorntod with ferns, ,'llugs, flovvors. and lanterns. and, with about 200 gaily drossod olilldron, presented a darling ultfht, Soma of tha parents had boon In vltod, and apart from tlio gnosis tlji),.platform was arovvdod with, looal ,p6dpldjJwlio had asked permission to vlow ilia bail, Among tho guests Invltod woro ! Tin} Hon) A. J, and Mrs, Olarko, Mr. and Mrs, Show, tho latter wearing a lovely • .dross of biaalt slllc and laoo ; 13r, and Mi's. Hotiamnn, Mrs. 11111, Mrs. Mlt'ls, Mr. Chillis Hill, Llout, Cilondonnlxig, Mrs, Saatt, who woro n beautiful dross of black satin ; Mr, T. H. Woodrofle (assis tant pngl near Vlatorlan Railways), and Mrs. Woodrofl'c, who woro a boautlful dross,' whlah was muoh admired—lb was of pala bluo satin roHevod.vvlth bro...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

Social. T.UM lloso of Blohtnond, Oddfellows' Lodge hold their sovonth annual concert and ball this evening (Friday), Txiia Loyal Viotorla Lodgo of Oddfel lows hold their annual social at the Mahohostor Unity Hall, Swunston-stroot, this evening (Friday), Hit, BeANEY glvos a banquet to his friends at tlioFronoh Club this ovoiilng (Friday). The Manufacturers' Association will give their annual banquet on. Monday Juno 28. The Hssondon Football Olub will give a banquot to the South Australian Foot boll toam on Tuesday, Juno'21), Mil. J. Curtis' Ball, whloh takas plaoo this ovonlng (Friday) at " FornBlmw Houao," Onrlton, promises to bo a groat success, • ON July 111, the cantata, Under tho Palms, will bo porfoi'mod at the Prahran Town I-Iall, In aid of St. Matliow's Sunday School. The next Fltzroy Quadrlllo Assembly danoo takos place on .Wednesday, Juno 28. Tub next Hlohmond Private Quadrille Assembly takes pluoo on Friday, J'uly 2. The Carlton Bicycle Club will glvo a Plain and Fancy Dre...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

((I OKI M GOAL COMPANY, fi.O.Ill lii.Ml I M Ktl HI'U10 NT, — VA II11A HANK", BOUTir, , IfilVii f(ii: HA lil'l ill. I.owiihI. Itutiii ImimL N1UW CIAS'I'LIU OOATj lor lloimolioliln In <(imntl lluti t.ii mill, OiMliiniin'H, Lit rsoH look of hunt OHARCIOATj iihvuyM on Imnil '.I'lilmihoiin No. 7-10. .1011 N Will 'J.' 10, M iniiwi', Turn NIQW WATOII, OliOOK AND JEWMLLBIIY nmPAIK SHOP In now oponoil ut 7H Hl/HMKr.L HT1UOIOT, OII|IIIHltO Y.M.U.A. IfAlili, it wouilurfiil HyHtom of I'oiiiili'ri In Kli'Hb (JliiHH iimnnor ut iiHtoiilHlilnuly Low Pi'Iuuh Watohoa Ropalrod, Cloanod, and GHiar antoodi Bs.} now Mainsprings, an. 0d< Oloolca, from ss, ' JiwWMiWiiY una CUiiiMNCiH of ntt kiwis. SKIIiU'On ItlOI'AtltS, Mt/HfOAfi POXHH, Ufdija't'IltOAIi Ai't'AiiA'i'UH, MonmrjN, ifco. DREW DID DRAW! Whore do you dlno? Always nfc Draw's Oolfoo Palaoo, dlroatty opposlto Waxworks. DREW'S Temple of Pure Sweets, (Noxt door to the Palaao), Superior Bride Oakas oil Hand, or Mndo to Order, TRU...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 June 1886

MEARES & BURNSIDE, Importers of FRENCH MILLINERY, Latest Fashions Jleoohwd hy Funny Mail 155 LYGON-ST., CARLTON. IRCKMANN'S GRILLROOMS AND LADIES' CAFE (noxt door to tho Thontro Royal), Corno and aoo tlio novelty yonraolf, Plok out your own Oliop or Stonk. THE BRASS CI RILE la going from 8 nun. until 11,80 p.m. Boat Pastry, Lollloa and Olgara, Prompt- and ! olvli nttontlon a spaulalty. Woll appolntod Ladloa Lavatory. Another Novelty You only pay for what you ooiuuino, Lkon 13 i,o k.mann, Proprlotor LYNN&MACLEOD, House, Land, and General Agents, Routs Oolloutod, Loans Nogotlatod, i&r,, 1 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE. 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 great medical authorities of the day declare that nearly every disease is caused by deranged Ividneys or Liver. To restore these therefore is the only way by which h...

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