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Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 July 1886

Social. His Exoollonoy Sir Henry B, Looh nrid Lady Looh are expected to lotivo on July 12 on n visit to Adolnido. The Vice-Royal party will most probably proooocl over land, now that tho South Australian and Victorian linos hav.o boon joinod. ' The opening of tho Melbourne Athonioum on tho ocaaslon of tho completion of tho additions made to It brought together on Wednesday, July 7, a vory Intel lectual and fashionable oompany, Including His Ex cellency Sir Henry Loch and Lady Looh. Tba.mnsloal arrangements ware undor tho direction oC Horr Julius Her/.. The Metropolitan Liodcrtafel assistod by Miss Alloc Simmons and Miss Atchison gavo groat satis faction. - ■ ' Mits. Bowie Wilson gavo a privato thoatiioal per formance, last night (Thursday), at' the Oounoll chambors, Huntor's-hill, Sydney. . : ■ The Rev. Artliur St. John Gray, tlio head master of tho Parramatta Oolloge, with Mrs. Groy,' are at pro sont the guests of tho Primate and Mrs. Barry at Blshopsoourt, Sydney. • -» ■Hits.' Wil...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 July 1886

Engagements,. ■Tilhs marriage of i Mr,. .Mdopliorson; Ilobortaon and Mlaa.:lQU^n,bofch Atlao Hacllnglioti. fciUca.pliioo' hi Uio Pi'osbyfcovlnn Ohurohi'Nioholaon Stvoofc.. *■., ,■ i T i na ■' marriage 'of .'D r.', \V; -.i 19. W.won.' 191 l/nbath - street, Sydnoy, and :Mlffo >, Maoready,'/daughter of the llov. Honry Maoroady, la1 fixed for July Dld'Thohonoy tnooti la bo bo spout In Melbourne, . ' , Truil.ongagomonb la announced In Sydnoy of. Mr. 19. Glalo, of Lane Oovo, and Mlaa M. Molvlllo, of Tumut, Now Hou bh Waloa. Tina ongagomonb la announced of Mlaa Ethel Smith, sooond daughtor of Mr. Shop hard Smith, gonoral mana gor of tho Batik of Now South -Waloa, Sydnoy, and Mr Vernon Gotten, tnnnngor of tho Now South'Wales Bank ab Soono, " ' 1 : ' • A arAiuuAaia la arrangod, and will shortly take place between Mr, Daniel Ooopor, Barb,, JC.O.M.G,, Into of Sydney, and Mlaa Grant Suttlo, daughter of tho late Sir Jamcs Grant Suttlo, Barb., of Balgono, Haddington shire, and Lady Susan Grant...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

Romombor Tliia. II! yon are hI ale Hop IU tl a I'M will surely old Nature In making yoil woll when oil oIhuI'oIIh, It you nro oohIIvo or dyHpeptlc!,,or ovo suffering from otty ofcliorol! tho Tiurtiorotw dlsooHOH of Ilia Htomnoh or bowels, It; la your own fault, II! you roniolu 111, fur Hop, Bit,torn la o aovorulgn remedy In oil aubll complaints. II! you nro Nervous use ol! Hop Blttora, II' you have rough, pimply, or Hollow skin, hod brouth, pains otul ouhoa, and I'ool miserable gouorolly, Hop Blttora will give you fair akin, rloli blood, and sweetest breath, and health. That i>oor, bedridden! Invalid wife, alater, inothor, or daughter. eon bo modo the picture of health, by American Oo.'a Hop Blttora, costing but a/trlflo. Will you lob them sulfur? In abort they euro ollvHlaooftoa of tho' Stomach, Bowola, Blood,vLIvor,i' Norvos, Kldnoya, Brlght'f) Hlaooao. itifiOO ,wlll bo paid for a oaao thoy will hot euro,or help, 'Druggists and Chemists keep, ■. Proaooiito^tho Swdnfllo'rs I I I...

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French Annual Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

French Annual Fete. Thm ImlI whloli waa glvon on Wodiioa day ovonlug, July J<1. ab tho Athoniputtl; by tho Soolok'i do la Colonic FmngidHO do VloUii'la, to oolobrato tliolr /Mo iintio'tialr, was a brilliant Huooeay. Tlio hall waa bountifully doooiatod in a stylo aoldoni soon In .Melbourne, and tho mtialo waa «.< * ** 1 t A#-1 . tlif Cllli/'ltt'tl Iwt^wl I ttlltlluf' i ltd supplied by Sutoh'a band ) wlijlsfc tho .'Id 1 ' *' " ' entering, wliloh was BumpLuous, had boon ontmatod lo Moaara. Watson and Sim mona (Olotuont'a), who dldifull justice to Iholr T,o|iulallbil. 'l'lioro wore about -lot) proaontV. Tho aoono waa truly mngnillooiit lis tho display ol! tbdidroBHoa worii by tho ladles .waa one of tho'lllnoHt oollootlon of. stylo and splendour. Evan tho ladloa.not of .Krohoh nationality Hoomod to ylo with their-"Frendli' sistors to oxool In tlio art of true I'arlblan olrlo In dross!tig and display ing their boiuillful roboa'to the greatest udvantngd. Wo notlood—Mr...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

'iini-Vcrdii. Lories to members, i mmi/il Musk Hull W,|I tivlco plana [if, of tl.u Exhibition 11 ul I cl I'll. ^nytiHfc, I sail, to ut (. ii,m, t rwtoi Ci.riilnil I rouosslon uvor kmdir «'HI fnkoplaoo nt 10 ji.m, iVniWinjf of I'''1"1" Carnival and J Sildluw(In nil tlia national util I) I'nllllciil C'lmniolum, Novoltlas cif Ejc'nieoiidtf.v, bawls, tea, 'i'lio vvholo IfinllcrloHwIII lia o(i(in tar spectators, Jjj/nf tlw (hillui'lon nt 2h, onoli nra to I|,i llmvdi'ii'f Muni" Wai'oliotiHO, I li" I(M-jtnet; 0, Walton (lion, Irons,), I<j;iwi»iiMieot; and at tho Turn iilklt'l tntrobo-Httvob that, ; Iijiiior llio Hull to bo obtained only I(ii iMik'M. Tho entering Is on litu Mean, I'MIIiikoI' and Clout'/,, fcltci It,mi, Ciiiitliu:ntnl Clonfootionors, fnivir'.i Hull boliiff differently av IJikin (mm yunrs re vufrcHlunonts, loare leqiiestod In apply for tholr It,l/a'ciub'tickets as soon as possible, Ip,jV« will bo mined after August 2, le hriMulon to tho Hall can In Irt";obtained at...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

■"VVOTiV'.sSoiiNAi'PS la nrani<Hly for' os physical ailments. Ton cannot err by using It x C\tfV*cen & So/( ARTISTIC 175 BOURKE STREET EAST : (OPPOSITE -lflABTEllN MAKKlflT.) . ILLUSTRATED' CATALOGUES with PRICE LISTS sent Free by Post on Applioation, SIL VER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. The™TH0RM^ Contains Moro Valuable Improvements than Any Other Piano of its Class, and Leaves Nothing to be Dosired in Brilliancy and Swoetnoss of! Tone and Elegance of Design. None but Thoroughly-seasoned Materials are Used in its Construction, and ft is now Generally Recognised as The only CHEAP PIANO of Merit. Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. PHOTOGRAPHS AND PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO COLLINS-ST E MELBOURNE. ALLAN&Co THE UNIVERSAL HELP COMPANY. X ORDTCR— 48 LITTLE COLLINS-ST. EAST. 48 Ono Door from. Sioanxton-xtroot, Undertake the following, by Contract or otherwise Windows Cleanrd, Town and Suburbs. Carpets Taken Up, Bea...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

0IIA L'TUJil "flowl-byo, Al-thur I Cloit bl„, mother, choking buck hor tours, The wholo family had uooompmilud ),|„,| safclon. There tltoy stood, nil Xouvtooti of ti P'f'-tfoi'm, Acthiti* thought to lilmsolf u,] wore, an uncommonly yootl-looklittr famih wo,dorod how Ikt 1«y pmrn.l, 10,11,«jo Uio sliabbj-, block ouhman J ami Tola wore, Boglnald was so disgusted nt tholr nil |mvliJ thafc lio walked off to tho up|ior end 0f the i.ll and tried to look as If thoy did not belong lu J did not think thorn good-looking at nil; until .trary, ho thought tho ohlldrou hldeotn, m,(l] Tommy—tho vulgarity of that boy I " Take euro of yourself, my boy," .sold hi, J '! GIvo Aunt Uotsy my blessing," said Tuminj whon tho train moved off, ho (lung nn old slinJ It for luok, Janob sllppod away and joined lleggiu. T..l»i after hor a little wistfully. She wished she mil ft was suah a long way homo, and there wnssul of childron to drag along, and to amuse, amn and liolp, Bub Janet's heart was rather sore nbf...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fashionable Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

Fashionable Amateurs. ON Wednesday, July :H. u largo and fashionable audience,^Including Ills .Ex cellency tho GovornoiV Lady Loeli and suite, assomblod at the Tomporanoo Hall, . Busaoll-sbroot,, to , witness a performance by mombom of MiaJBohomluti Olitb. The pleao ohosau was Hi J. Byron's aotnody, iC:100,000,", Tho gpntlomon performers woro assisted by sotho ludios, well-known for their histrionic talent, the oast being as follows )•—Gerald Goodwin,sMr. Jnnos Noiul j Major, Blaokshaw, Mr. II, B, Smith j iSlriBumsoy Waters,1 Mr.vBuporb Olarko j Oharker, Mi', W. Ball He ; John Barlow, Mr, H. G . Tumor j Pennythorno, Mr, 10, Sturgos | Tyollnoli, Mr. W. Thom son j Mr, Milker,' Mr, Clhas, B'lObro ; Alkie Barlow, Miss Brush j Mrs, Barlow, Miss Grolg) Arabella Boll,.Miss lOdlth Grolg ) Jane Hover, Miss Tuomoy, Tho • part of tho liqro was well noted by Mr. luues-Noad, who oxeollod In pathos, anger, and humour, and his dollnoatlon of tho oharaoter showed that ho had aaro i'ully studlod his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

allham Walches T1IE Watch Co., OF ALTHAM, MASS., U.S.A., liilM tlio Importance of the Vio lin Trmlc, Imvo miulo Bpooiul arrangements with lEltfHAfL i Elizabeth street, JIKUIOUENE, liuMeMm to sell their Celebrated pat prices from 15 to 25 poT cent, pan any other house in tho colony. I'.tuimntces ovcry watch for ONE Itil is-Warrants tlie proper per Iteof the switch, ruid undertakes to lifc&arjr repairs during thnt tiniG l»cosT,aiul in fuldition, issues the jlSt'S SPECIAL CERTIFICATE, 1'iV) jmm-iletl to any jiarb of tho p(P0ST FliKE, REGISTERED.) IJMINQSILVERWALTHAM LEVERS V;dal Stake, Extra Honvy tlnaos. fit Silver, extra strong onsos, ItaStg ami open faco, full pinto, fcfltalauee, 7 Josvols In sotting - US "0 0 Triltahncc, 7 Josvols - - 8 10 8 ,xai«:«tlon balance, 7 jowota - '1 0 0 .seimtlou balance, two pulra ■ ..p'«li 4 16 Om jiihte. ifolil lialanco, 7 Jowols - 4 B 0 Ift'lUance, J pairs oxtrn Jowota BOO liispMitioii tialanco, 7 josvola- B 0 0 Imtentsllen balanuo, 2 pnlrs fc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

In tlio autumn of 1808 naws roaohod England from Capo Town, that diamonds had boon found in tho gold districts on 0 rati go Elver, midway betwoon tho eastern and wostorn coasts of South Africa, And in tho spring of tho follow ing year all doubts that had boon oitlior geuuino, or instigated by jealous four of disturbance in the diamond trade were silenced by tho discovery oE tfui11 AErloan Koh-i-noor" valued at abo'ut 150,000 dollars, This splendid stone, destined to oroate a stir that should widen into tho most distant circles, was found by a poor herdsman, who had tho supremo happi ness to dispose of it for five hundred shc.ep,»ton head of cattle, and a horse. It was taken to Capo Tosvn, whore an in jection was placed upon it by emissaries of Watorboor, chief of tho Cliiquas, who claimed it as the possession of his own territory J but, for lack of proof, ttio in junction was removed, and tho diamond finally reached England. Erom that time tidings ^of now dire ivories became more an...

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Fashion Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

Fashion Jotoiig. ANY dl'lHS, 1,(1 1)0 U HUOOUHS, 1100(1,4 that Ihn (Sulci 11 it itn •> <1.. i . 1 ...;l l i > ■ should liavo adapted It In liur llguru, 11 (Iocs I avua Uio boat dressmaker Justice to |mUiuu.wl Jlrsb Mm a, thu moinuut It Iiiih to h0. worn, iWuli,triiiclu lb may bo, you will llml Homothliw iiu require1 arranging, Oo.iiO.uwI) handkurolilufs acu voiy fashhmiililo aro now i>rln toil all over on Llio olaiirunt law not merely luivo ooloro'd holders, Wii I'l.vm vosta itro being sunt,homo, with m dark dr,esses, and aw to bo worn nltornatuly wit voab itiado ol! Lliu hiiiiio matorlal an tbo dit.M, little ties usually uooumptvny thorn. BitAiniNO will form a fushluiiablu tilminln dresses this season, particularly bluo hrahlullu not so much on tbo skit l us for unit's ami vests hi tary abylo aa In aomo fanciful duvlou, .1 :iiAVJ3 boon asked to moatlon that Mrs, elm Bourko S trout, baa moved to a t'uw doors |,v.( tha sumo street, and that alio combines now dies:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

I Off LONDON PHfflNIX FIRE OFFIflR, VICTORIAN BRANCH :0| "^Tenimtis Vicimus." ffovomlwrj 1886, P>~ xmkl* S¥¥S<I®§» iff November] 1885, • iKn have the honor to annonnoo to the "l'to of Melbourne and tin Colony oj Victoria (/(.morally, that wo have worn pletcd on)tensive al terations in our'pro the ROYAL villain in ARCADE, which will enable us to over' take our arrear work, and in future permit ■on to hoc>) ixteo with our largely in'ereasiny business, With the view of _ ■maintaining our pout' tion an hiyh-elass Photo graph ers, we have made seroral changes and additions to our stall', having engaged as our chief Artist a gentleman from Mngland, who has boon trained in the studios of two of the foremost Court Photographers in the Wast Mid of Pen• don; we will', therefore, not only be able as heretofore to ■produce portraiture of the highest artistio eawellenoe, but combine all that modern in the Photographic art, We would respectfully suggest that a pleasant and 2>r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

Notloe to Subscribers. , , th« miliHorliitloM ruton for TAnr.10 Tabic la ■ fun followintf aro y|otnl,[n 0l. t0 miy of bho oolonloH i— !„wro«»,0,,,,y"" j(1((i0rt) .. tu VMt " *' hh, oa, jUllont'i* •• . ' rffii. :: ' i ,i«,n mint bo imlil In ndvnnoo. Postal ordorn nhoiilil lio. I !rt^H; ll liy ^,A'lJU,oi.i biioiihky, tllfl llUHHOll utroob, Mo|. Iivurw of Htain,)H| viotorliin or from nay of tlio 'n' linymant. ,, To Correspondents. .iwfciuiwiloommiiiiluiitloim Intonrtod for Innortlon In Taut, is Jfiu (iiijiiM bo ntl«tronHi)il to—Til H nni'i'oii. (JonbrlbutlonH do. IS oiinnot m o rnto bo rutnrnod I lint Mtlll, avory roiiHonablo Kil'i totroopoob will bo onrofiilty nttoiulod to. I *»Mitotan! bo tftkon ofAiionymoiiii aommunlontlonn, Tho nnmo Ll*Uff«ofUrn wrltor tnuHb bo.'glvoa, though nob nooowmrlly for IfiMi.-.tUcn. : Nolioe to Advertisers. ' ! MUccoraw for AdrortloomontH nro pnynbla to Mr. MAuiuoh InoMKVonly, N 0 TI O JEJ. J tiis cimrgo for Advortlsomouts of Btx'bhfl, Marringoa, mid lOfhl...

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A Denial. Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, July 14, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

A Denial. lOllsMibabli Strciob, Motbouvna, July J-l. 1880. The Edltol'iof Ta.;IU,h Tai.k, Salt,'—-The last Issue of your journal contained a paragraph stating that a /pocJullav^aot^lpp foryslandor, lu whluh t Iwpuld uppoarliwsdoi'ondunb, would shortly po' hoard In tho Supreme Clourb. Allow mo'to say that I know nothing whatovor of blio /mattorA.Ap am nob aware bhab I liavo slandered' anybody j bub If Mr. Barry, of Ballarab, bhe plnintlll', men tioned by you, has any grievance against tuo that lie wishes to bo enquired Into in a court of law, I shall bo glad li' ho will take tho necessary stops speedily, .1 am, bit', yours cco., A, H, BAllTJjlfiTT,

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" Thirsty Band of Yorickers," [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

I " Thirsty Band of Yorickers," lt.Jr.Mi ricKEiiscur.r. has givon mortal offonco M ifo Mhnv-iilubnicn of tho Yorick. Thoy treated itlr contoiupt tho much-trnYcllod George Au Ltiu Snln, who cnllocl thorn <( on els, ; .but, lira Snln wns a s trail go r, antl was not, supposed , I) know tlio difference in Melbourne botwocn , j"cads" ami " snobs." His ignoranco was simply j litied, nnd tlio Yorick novor ofi'ored him, al'tor lufik, the opportunity to closoly study tlio ronl j Ibncter of its moinbors. Noay, hoAVorer, ono of I lliir own follow mombors—Mr. Josli Pickors P-hn3 cnllocl thorn, in print, " a. thirsty band llVorickevs," and tlio oommitteo are reading' lip club-law to disooyor what punislimont should j 1 nu'ted out to the. irreverent Josh. Edmund |hb, in his Reminiscences, rolatos the story o 1' j fth expulsion from tlio Gnrrick Club, through I |"iti»g n plnyful shot oh of William Mnkpeaoe lltiackcvny, and this should sovvo tlio Yorick Pjws ns a precodcmt lor the expul...

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On the Wing. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

on the Wing. I " i hn loft rialoiton Juno I' S i'lvmo itli, wliun tlioy opotiod •T o oo n|»"»y al'iirtorac' a |£!iJut^ll.O;Hhow,toKovv Mill' !•'. I I'nioiiAiio MiNB'rnwr«8 worn rS!ll«8'oU omJu'ici 2.i, JO, IfTlJVi'owonvoooiVod' , , rmin'AiSV .loft Now il'ly-' t'wS f01,AuokUmt lojof" ISliililmi' ,.n oumiiiiiii.ani) hits boqn.gly J'SUl.n-dlnB fomwus at Lha illlitll, Auckland, ■ ■■ I, Wooimomi, of glasablowlng Jmtlvwl In Ulirlstoluiron liiafc week, .|„ lii'Miokl ami Allison's Auokland g'ku Ihicii vary prosperous. J hoy inula« very liiuidsouio ,proflt each -ami tliu puoplu llko llio snow. Jaiinor, Called Uuok, and Nausfc, lton produced tlioro, and all wore a i weens, ■■ ■■ ■ ' iibihax follows Oil lUgnold .and A footsteps lii Auokland. Jio will ifiottol by Jllsa Juno and Oom ijsoi.n and AnusoN'a Company . totalon Thursday, 1st July, and •.J lour clays in CHsborne. and then ipinrsix (lays, tlion Wellington two a and .i/uw Clu'lstoluu'oh. Llddy "oliraru vury isoui and Au.ihon gnvo tho firs...

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Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY THE RESIDENT GOVERNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

$ide Ligpg ' " Of A ti S T K A L IAN SOCI KT Y -(.ay lltm'tiiim.) TI:[ ;ii 1110y 11D10NT CI OVJfl'UNlOSS, A'KKBMJMNT governess in n private family should bo a staid, unattractive, spectacled person o£ uncertain ago, She should bo of so solf-donying a disposition as to positively on joy bolng loft out In tlip oold, She should havo a constitution of lvon, and norvos of stool, to enable her to bo dooply Intorostod In oonoono's, sing ing lessons, Do Flvas' French grammar, and Oolllar's British history, all day, and tond a crying'child all night. It goes without saying that sho should bo an all-aooompllshcd Individual, an adopt at ovory art, from -that-of imparting a knowledge of the French tonguo with tho true Parisian aooont, to that of dooroaslng matorfamillas' drossmakors bills by hor skill in noodlo work.; (Given those nocossary conditions, and I admit that hor Ufa may, somotlmos, bo boarablo. UnEortunataly a resident governors Is often a bright, lively, protty girl In hor toons. Sh...

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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

I Table m\. to Claswilltam has boon in suob bad hoalth , ititrant one tlmo doubtful whether ho woulcl bo H> complete tliu full period of his appointment as .M;>nilur-lii-Clilef on tho North America and Has^ limitation. * - ■ c* * * w •:f sisS.VMLfKti Wilson Is In, trad tho hon. Howard galley h 0l|t of the House of Commons. I pro cttil rtbiut a month ago, in Tab lis Talk, that ' Mr. Alley wonkl bo dofoatod, and now, I shall not' bo ;rpiiseil to hoar that, Sir Samuel Wilson la to be a amber of the next Oousorvntlvo Ministry, IsurnwK the London correspondents who cabled lutietihrs of tlio reception hold by Her Majosty tlio M,at Windsor, will bo blaraod fox' omitting tlio aiot lady flurry, They did not forgot to mention |bt lit. James Thomson and Mrs. Thomson wero piic,Iliy the Queoti, and tlio names of all the laclias >received a "command" appear in tlio list 5 but jwen'M l.ady flurry ? is it possible that Six' Q-raham ; P'j went without Lady Horry, "and that even the 1 I'tiiH...

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[NOW FIRST PUBLISHED.] On the Scent. [THE RIGHT OF TRANSLATION IS RESERVED.] CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

(;n o \v if i; u h '.c v u II l i, a n to ivj \\i v L A :d y m a j :i3 n :d :i: :ii), AuUtot'oi1 " .Dltiv," " Out al! Mtuli' '.liHuuiuiU," " Slstoi's* ■ la-Law," " Onoo Mow," &oi, [TllM ill CI U'l" 01' T.UA.NHIjiH'tOK IS llKSMItVlill).] 0IIAI'TJi)It I, " I wonder why there aro so many children In the vvorld; olilldruu tiro tbo greatest abomination In exis tence I" said Boglnald, threading his way through his Innumerable brothers and sisters to the schoolroom flroplaoa, A arntill sister had possession In the boat nrm-ohnir a faded ohlntr, concern, with oars to It, Haggle of course dlalodgod hor, and took possession, while little Lotty, perfectly satisfied of the droits d'aino, made 110 remonstrance, but isquntled on the rug. They woro all thora, Boggle home from OxCord } the beautiful Janet, who enjoyed the privilege of being grown up J Arthur, whoso future fate was not decided, but who was tho tallest, handsomest, and most attract tlvo-looking of tho lads, though all unanimo...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER LIV. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

Ladif Bfan^mere. by 'fc'lio iiiit'lioi"oi!" Piiyrdjjf," HMoi. i<v Hawk," "M ust OHAPTlfltt IIIV. . " A woman mho uumtx'a oharltahlo ' hoarl manto a pvrv mhuh" 1 i;:' .w". ■ .■ ■.>. ■ i," J Ml. I holy ioiMf. thou word that mm* all hlimt," " Horo alio Is," orlos Margery gully, us Muriel, fol„ lowod by Lord Bratikanioro, ontura tlio room. "So glucl I" alio whlapora llglitly, to Mrs, Hilly, who with Lady Anno liua boon onto'rtrilnlng ovorybodyr Thoy all rlso In a' body to rooolva the bountiful invalid unci to glvo lior, In faot, a gontlo'ovatlon. But aha looks, so unllko tho orthodox thllig—so'brilliant, so fresh, so full oE'llfo, that surprise after awhllo aolr.os •hold upon thorn.,- 1 " " My Jovo, you know," says Halkott, who has run down from town for a day or two to bo noar hlsbrldc oloot j " I nbvor saw suah a transformation In my llfo i I wish Toould oatoh that fovor," "Don't," whispers Mrs. Vynor, now Lady Del lair, who Is near ldra, In bar ltttla oaustio' whisper j...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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