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

NOTICE —To Secretaries of Dram atic Clubs, Bicycle Olubs, Quadrille ^Olubs, &c. Wo beg to Inform the above that wo liave a complete plant for producing Programmes, Concert and J3all'Tickets, and all General and. Commercial Printing. "TabmTawc" PltlN'WNti OlfFICE, lab rtussEr/n-sav Amateurs. T J17.0 fourth annual grand variety enter tainment by St. Xavior's society, assisted by LMissos Shiol, ITeifornan, and Fitss-. Patrick, and Messrs. Lemon and MoGaun, takes place this (X^riday) ovoning, at St. (George's Catholic Hall. Miss Sliiel and Mr, CJ. A. Lemou will act as pianists. TUo PAT OHILDREN, nt the Waxworks, in Bourka-s treat, is tlio Now Attraatiou, unci ,is _ drawing Crowds tU Day and Evening. Equitable Co-Operative OJQNTltAL STOUK unci 01'TlOHsl Ohnijol-jbroot, I'mlnvin. ■ .Mt'iiustt'lok-Hfcraofc, Kiun.v : : uy-stropt, .Noi'Ut UrlKlit„'u, ■ Jliu-wootl-road, ll.uvtiic.ni (w.,t|J Nlohotson-slroot, h»oUomyW{S JJutieliw-pltioo, .South Muli;,Viw f Continued i Public Appreciati...

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

Before the Curtain. . TitM Inst nights (.1! Mis Natural Lll'u are announood at bho Thanbro lloyul, Inib be fore tho powot'l'ul draimi, founded on Marcus Clarke's ki-oiiO Australian novel, la withdrawn, II la Iflxoollouoy Llio Governor, LnclTiiLqoh and Hitlbo, unci blio mombors of tho Ministry will avail ibhoraselvos of bho opportunity of witnessing bho por forinnnae bills uvonlng (U'rldny). Noarly> all tho seats la bho dross olrole havo boon ougngod, nttd n mosb fnshlonablo nucllonoo Is axpqatod. YWo hoar that tho pi'oduo 11 oi'i of His Natural Life has boon iiigroat .(Inanolal success, atid1.bho widow of'Miivi ous Olai'lco will bo materially, bouolltocl In proportion lo tho nhb profits,h:.? / 1 ' Tlj.li) .'.groat .impersonation of" iMnrlo Anlilonobto, .byMSJlgnorn Mnjoronl, ,1s hb brnoblng;;;orowdod, houses to tho Bijou Thoatro;/ > Tho:.f .iutolllgonuo and rolluo iriOTit:) bhawlvaolby and liriughblnoss of bho groat'Quoon ) tho transitions frotu tho hour whoa Mario Antlonobto ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stella MAYFIELD, SOUTH YARRA, JULY 15, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

? I ' ! V ^ Mayviiuud, South Ya uua, July 15, 1880, My UkaUJ5ST Makiiu,—The oolcl weather haa sot Iti ftt lust In rout oumuat, and tlio three frosty mornings wo Intel, slnoo my Inst lottor to you, were anything but enjoyed by mo, although pa was quite gleeful, whilst rubbing his bonumbod lingers and saying, " Ah I Ibis romlnds mo of a real English winter morning." Tu ts reminds mo that I havo rooolvod a lottor from Maude, who says sho dreads an English winter, and hopos to cseapo the London fogs In August, Maude says that the majority of tho colonists who are enjoying themselves In England, havo already commenced to engage passages for the return journoy, I am really glad to hoar it—and so will bo tho shopkoopors. On Saturday I again went to tho Continental Con cert, and 1 shall go every Saturday aftornoon. The Exhibition, you know, has a sort of undoflnablo attraction for mo. Perhaps one loves to linger about tho scenes of formor joys—when tho world's faro: wns hold in tho building...

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

Willg aqd Beqae$$. Hjjnky Bijsks, of ltussoll-strcet, civil sorvant, loft nil his^propertyby will—dated Doc, 21, 187-1—upon trust, to Alfred Louis Smith, of St, Kildn, nrchitaot, nnd John Hughes Clayton, solicitor, with full powor to sell or oonvort j also, nil personal estate and any monies to bo paid by tho Government on account of leugth of ser vice. The executors to hold in trust for his two daughtqrsi Florence Elizabeth and Annetta Francis, in equnl shares, to bo paid to them during tholr lives, On tho doath of the daughters tho children to receive their share at tho ago of 21, and girls, cither at majority or on marriage, In the event of one of testator's daugh ters dying hor share to go to tho survivor, By a codicil dated December 81, 187-1, dcconsod left his houso, 85 Napier-street, Emerald Hill, to Julia Thomson, for use during her life. By a second codicil, dated April 20, .1881, testator, iu consideration of his younger having married and tho older being in delicate healt...

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

Why tlo you dvXuk- Wowjs's Schnapps ? Be cause I know from oxporleuoo it docs mo good.

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

T. R. Newing1, Jm&HiMof ovory tluHiii'lpblon, WIiimiii' iiiiiI NowIihi'm 011 iiiiiI WlltOI' Ullllll'H, 111 1-UllllM, oiiIiuh, IVIIll Iiuxiih, Hill ill! iiml hciK-liuli' IiiminIkih In immb vurluty. I'or r.iii trulno iiiiiI Ui-yxtolniini piiliiblnw. Aliitui'lulrt I'or tliu 1'iiH11Iniiulilii iii'b al' Uliliui mill l.'oiiililll pillntlllK. Xiiit'Ko Htnuk Shoot Wn.v fuf .Vlowut1 MukliiK Tofni Ontbii iiml Cllilmi 1'Ihkuii VutiuH, (Ji'imiiiuiitM. olo,. I'lipurhmiKliiKi* mul Ilouoi'iibloiiHi uluKiuit nnil ollllloo IIHHIIl'tlllOllt, lllWUHt pi'lllOH, Urydtiiloiuil: CIIhhhoh mill nil iimtoi'liiln, tiniinbi'.v iii'iloi'o puno-i tiuilly iittuiiilinl bo, 11-1 AXIIfi'lVIl-B'X'.-mul 183 UOUllKK-HT, ; * Ailvmiuoil Lltoi'iibui'o, Siili'ltimllHin, ih-oo tlioiiKlit, l',noiil Solution, l'liytiloliiify, l'lu'inuiloKy-' W, 11, Toi't'y, 8-1 IliiHiiiiU-Mbi'oot. Unliptu OiHiiloguo l-'l'OO, llotunlo Muilltilium, Kiuitii, 11-ii'lcH, lloi'lii, iiiiiI ri'Dpiii'itbloim | Ki'diit vm-loby. W. 11, 'l'on-y, ...

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

Marriages. DAY;—Thomson.—On July 7 a very pretty wedding was solemnised in the l£ew Independent Church, by the'Bev. G . D. Howden, the bride being Miss Annie Thomson, the oldest daughters! Mr, Hugh Thomson of . " Thornton," Studloy Park, lCcw, and the bridegroom Mr. Olement Day, fourth son of Mr, James Day, of . "VValpolc-stroet, Kew. The church'wns very tastefully decorated by the young friends of the bride and bride groom. The bride entered the ohuroh on her father's arm,, with, her attendants following, Mr. Thomas T. Day played the march from "Mose in Dgitto." The bride was handsomely attired in ivory satin, elegantly •trimmed'with' Spanish lace, with .square train two yards in length. There were eight bridesmaids, the first being Miss B. Thomson, sister of the bride. • Thov four eldest wore dressed in cream nun's veiling, trim med with, ruby satin, and the four jtiniors in cream and blue, with silver bracelets (gifts of the bridegroom), and each carrying a basket of flowers. Mr....

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"After the Opera is Over." [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 16 July 1886

After the Opera is Over." A. viyio picture of the troubles, misery and ' vexations ■which sometimes fnll to the lot of an ! nctor in Molbourno who studios his part in tho i open air was given by Mr. W. H. "Wallace, tho comedian, at tho District Court on Monday, July 12. Tho story told by Mr. Wallace contains so much serious business that wo can readily under stand that it was too much even for tho groat comedian to take it as a good jolco and join in a hearty laugh ovor tho narrative. Mr. Wallace played on Saturday, July 8, the rule of V Tail ored," in Fallca. Ho was very successful, and after tho play he joined the managers, of the thoatro and otlior friends at the Oriontnl Hotel, to receive their congratulations, .Mr. Wallace, after having taken his supper, loft for his homo in .Hast Melbourne. Passing the wide, andvdoT SOI'tod Hlil'OOt'H UOIU' St. Patrick's Ollllllfull'lll, Ml'. Wallace, who had his miucl full of Tniiorod's ndvonturaa with tho brigands, ootnmonood ro ' ponilnghis...

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

Social. Miss Fortesouo who was engaged to Lord Q arm oyle is to arrive in Melbourne in n few months. The Commercial Travellers' Association Ball takes place in ilie New Masonic Hall on Monday, August 23, Tlio ball is to bo on a grand and magniflcont scale this .yoar,. ■■■■■> . ■; , .... .. : The Cinderella ball in aid of the Oonvaloscont Homo takes place on J uly 23. . ; The Melbourne Bicycle Olub ball takes places this evening (Friday) in the Masonic Hall. 1 ' , The Essendon Private ' Quadrille Olub, hold ono of their pleasant meetings on Thursday, July 8. . >• , The Fancy Dress Ball, at tbo Town Hall, Kenslng ton, was well attended on Monday evening. The Essendon Assembly will-take placo at the Town Hall, Moonee Ponds; on Wednesday, J uly 21; • • ■.r, t .— The Essendon Private Quadrille Olub will hold'tlioir next meeting, at the local . Town Hall on Thursday, July 22. ■ ■■■... ( v. .--V ■ We learn that Miv . Mars Buckley, whilst' hunting with the Melbourne' Hounds on ; Satur...

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

Engagements. ~ The marriage la again announced of Miss Etliol Olarko, oldoat daughtor of Sir "W. J. Olarko and Mr. Tyleooto, tho orlokotor. >.■ ■: ' The Arohdulco Francois Ferdinand d'Esto la en gagod to be married to Prlneosa Mario Joaopha, niece of King Albert of Saxony, Tho Archduke Frangoia Ferdinand d'Eato, who ia captain of Dragoons in tlio Imperial army, ia, as heir of tho House of Modena, and consequently, of tho fortunes of tho Dukes of Eato, one of tho richest princos of Europe/* The marriage will be oolobratod in tlio Ohiltoau of Sibyllonort, near Droa don, ■ in preaenoo of all tho relatives of tho Eoyal and Imperial families.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

T1io,"Now York I>ii*ly Graphic" of Jnly 14, '1881, ceil tal an Illustrations of tho "\V(i I,lull's - SuUNAi'i'S ostubHslimuut at Hamburg, Romombor This. 1:1' yon are Hick Hop Hitlers will surely aid Nature In making you well when all else falls. If you aro costive or dyspoptlo, or aro SUitoring .from any other of tlio lUiinoi'OUH cUsouhoh of the stomach or bowels, It Is your own fault If you remain HI, for Hop flitters Ih a sovereign remedy In all suoli complaints, If you aro Nervous uso ol! f lop Bitters, If you have rough, pimply, or Hallow skin, had breath, pains aud aohos, and fool mlsorablo generally, Hop Bitters will glvo you fair skin, rloli blood, andswootosti breath, and health, That poor, bodrlddon, Invalid wife, sister, niothor, or daughter, can bo made l.ho picture of health, by Amorloan Uo.'s Hop Hitters, ousting but a .trifle, Will you lot them suffer ? • In Hhort thoy euro all Dlaonsos of tho Stomach, Bowels, Blood, Llvor, Norvos, Kidneys, Brlght's Dlsoaso,, iloOO ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
On the Wing. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

On the Wing. * !M:ikh Or,men Ih now In Melbourne, Sholms sent a commission to London for novo 11 Ion, ■ '• ~!i-r- 1 '" M. ilotJ niiJUT'n Aioxandra Tliaatfo has boon loused for nix months from the day .of opening In Ootobor, Tino Prlvfito Seorotary, under the iiuh pleos of Messrs, 'Harwood and .Vrunk Thornton, w 111 go tin lour In Queensland. Tit a company returns to our bijou TliOfilre,' playing, a final season from September .1.11 Ii, Mista MAimo ma CImcv oonoludo hor hhigUsh provincial tour on Jutio'8, and starts woik again on August 110, at; tlie StantinuMtrdruYu.Shore,' ' Tana death Is ahViounood of Mrs, Oliarlos Dillon, -widow of the well-known actor, Mat. M, 'bAititYlvtoiuo loaves England to-day, July 211,: to join Mdmo, Modjoska's oom pany'In'Amorloa, Kyiu.hi TlKiiLKAV, who has boon writing an artlalo cnllocl •' Our Oromwoll 11 In nn Amcrlonn; paper, sailed for Ilrltnln on Juno (I, Mns. Mackintosh, the. "society!! beauty who recently adopted tlio stage as a profession, has ta...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

\ 0 /; J, 1G ^ OH Al'l'Ell. iy. ' Monsiour Riguud arrived ia timo for dinnor. << Mo entered the drawing-room, wlioro ho found Arthur dressed first, amusing liimsolf by half-potting, half irritatiug his aunt's pet pug. Tho dog, svho wantod to bn lot alono, kopt making odd yaps and suurlings. i "Ah, your good Unclo koops soma of these little' hounds?" said Monsiour lllgaud, seating liimsolf at some distanoo from Oloo's blaok muzzle. ,">Thoy are. said to bo a groat protootion." " Thoy aro only littlo useless playthings of my Aunt's," said Arthur smiling, "She is vory fqnd^.of them } but as for protection, I don't think tkoy^arc vory couragoous." > .. ./.-i.iAv'j Monsiour It I gaud was looking furtively at ^A'rthurjs stalwart form. , ; " You aro vory tall and very strong," ho said, mtor rogntivoly. "Yos. .1 am both." "It is a flno thing to have so porfocit a; physique," said tho old Frenchman father1 plaintively. "Nobody would like to meddlo with you ?" "I do...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

idDoiilscliflr Tui'ihYcrow. 0IOII W MEMBERS. L tnml Mask Dull will fcuko iilnoo tefiin//oil<l( 1,1011'*'111'"-1"" linlUI' fjiM mi' dun""1') to haiti>I'M, . „ . fiinmilw! C'nmlvrtl I'lvaaamott over Mlljdfy «'ill tnko |>lnoo ut 10 p.m. t iVtuliihiK "t Di'l'i™ Cnrttlvitl itnd MlMphVtm'liw.-i, 1'rliwon, llornlilH, rI&IiIwhO" all tlto mitiorml tnii ii i'lillllt'iil Olmmotors, N(ivo1Uoh of Mtflec/iliirr. Hands, &o, Tho wholo MMwtWII lm open for spectators, hniiulk' (InllotlcH at 'Jn, unoli rtro to Ll Koivdcii's Mil.slr: Warehouse, 11 fi J C- Mil tor (lion, Irons,), jowtoiHlicotj 11 it:l «t fclio Turn kilhll,il Utfolie-Htroot Iflnst. EtjUforllio Dull to Do obtained only i:(S wtiiikfs. Tho oalurlttg is on 4>lnJfcm Hdltnffor nnd Ctoatx, tl o /i-wnt'oiitliionliU Oonfuotlonors, i> rear'a Hall being dllforentty nr. hrwiufyctH'a fr rufroshmonts, j.V«.irc to apply for their idMewb' llcla'f-t «s noon as posslblo, wilt bo nilaud nftor August 2, m Air admission...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

Waltham Watches THE i It ican Watch Co,, OP WALTHAM, MASS., U.S.A., ognlslnjr tho Importance of tha Vlo torlim Trade, have mad a special .arrangements with .lEtfMAR »3 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE, tMchennblo him to solltholr Oolobratod latches at prices from IB to 26 par aent. tow than any other house in the colony,. U. guarantees every watch for on® tUR, that is—Warrants the proper per (manceof the watch, and undortakos to Ml necessary repairs during that time use or cost, and in addition, issues the COMPANY'S SPECIAL OERTIJTOATE. It'iiic/iM forwarded to any part of the (%(P03T 1'REE, REGISTERED.) Biff STERLING SILVER WALTHAM LEVERS A Special Make. Extra Hoavy Onsos. I, Stilling Sllvor, extra strong onsos, banting and open laoo, full Plato, fled balanco, 7 Jowols in sotting - £8 0 0 lto,,gol(|balanoo, 7 jowols - • S 10 8 lb).,compensation balanoo, 7 jowols - 4 0 0 t w., compensation balaiioo, two pairs - Mint jewels - - - - - 4 16 0 ItM-pWo, gold balanoo, 7 Jowols - 4 6 0 •JlMoMhal...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

0^scetl & v ARTISTIC 1 175 BOURKE STREET EAST ' (orPOSLTM HASTlfillN MAUKMT,) ILL USTB A TED CATALOG UES with PRICE LISTS sent Free by Post on Application, ,SILVER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. Th e T HORMER PI AN 0 Contains More Valnablo Improvements than Any Other Piano oE its Class, and Loaves Nothing to bo Desired in Brilliancy and Sweetness oE Tone and Elegance of Design. None but Thoroughly-seasonod Materials are Used in its Construction, and it 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&OA THE UNIVERSAL HELP COMPANY. X 48 LITTLE COLUNS-ST. EAST. 48 One Door J'rniii tiwa/i.Nto/1-xtrnot. Undertake the following, by Contract or otherwise—Carpets Taken Up, Beaten and Laid, Windows Cleaned, Chimneys and Flues Swept, General House and Office , Cleaning, Furniture Carefully Removed, Renovated, &a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fashion Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

Fusion Jotting?. A NM\V Idba for dross impro vers Is that buttond of.tho dreadful horsoilwilr pads with w^hitjlvwf-are fit prdaohtj lnlllotod, wlro 1h to ba^iaVd^ i Tlio'y •iird'r'iimdo of the (Inosb plated wntalNtiih'irig^stqol, Jin^only wo'jgh t hroo ounoos, Ooi'ta 1 n 1 y/hrcl«H 1 i'drvfcuro'ilor HUtnmor „w™. ^ v'Aj; ■ 'I'lti!) f'nsiiloii muaoum.Xi'i;' -bfidfflitjbVclo"tri Palx, Paris, hi whloii Maclarno' Vlrot ralgrfa supreme, wna sondihg, out last month to ovory part ol! ilfluropo boxaS' destined! £ov: tho rotarlcia of 'lashIon. ,nTho. unfinished bonnet of; tlio Prlnaoss of Waloa was a fraah, simple, and ehnrm-' Ing areatlon of blank straw traversed by white muslin, to bo gnrnUhocI, with, forgot-mo-hots. Tho aapoto of tho Duohoayof Ifldlnburgh, whlohgoo'sutider tlio tiamo.bf "ohouf bobd," Is nob'.unllko that of 'hor lloyal slsta'r-In law In Its diminutive prottlnes#, Tho " oabbagoIs of blue ribbon, with a daisy daintily sot In Its middlo. Tho young .Duohesse do llrngamta adopts...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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At a Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

At a Fair, In Uiobo days of koon competition In nil branches of brado, lb 1h suit-evident that wliou the proprietors of an establish ment Unci Ib.roooBsary bo regulate tho Ihgi'OBB unci ugrass of tlialx* • 'uuBtomers, , thot'o xnusb bo exceptional attractions oil'orod at the counters. Huoh liny 'lioon tho ciiBO at-"Mark I^oy's VVlntoi' l'\ilr," during ovory afternoon of tho proBont wook, and tho unusual sight 1ms boon presented of scores of ladies patiently " Waiting thoir turn " at tho doors of tho emporium In 8mibh-atroob, Oolllngwood, , of which Maasra. Afoy and Gibson are tho proprietors. Tho annual falra in connec tion with this house arc woll known, but tho-Ono, now, being hold oxeoods all Its prodooossorB in attractiveness. Mr. G ibaon recently returned to tho colony after making ,oxtonatvo purchases at tho prin cipal manufacturing oontros In Ifluropo, and ovor six hundred paokagos of now goods have boon opened for tho proaont fair. On the aftornoon of our visit tho establish...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wills and Bequests. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

■- -u> Jioaij Willg aqd Beque#g, OI IOOUCI1I5 IVn.TCW oE St, Amtuul, l\«tolk«(>|ior, b will, clulocl anth August, I87'l, loft nil Ms |mil',ot bis wlEo, Agues HI I to n, appointing hoc hoMukuoi '.lloivl'ostuto, illf)00. Porsonnl, Jt2,0001 liiolud|«g' !lnsm'tUui6ipollo1y--rAtiiltvi\llivn.AlUiuiou'-jj!iijii, John M unit ay, Into oE Wyoheprcmf, fiuiuuv, l,' will, tinted (ttli tlimo, .1881, lot't nil his pinpuity u wire, Juno Mui'my,''Ciir,ilU'o, iuul nrtor hor iMutlit noqunlly, divided ..between tholv oUlWron. |>utj c[aVn.tot ,Ui .1 jtfilfj. | ,/I'KOMAS OONHOY, Into oE IWdgo-struot, Humlli baiter, by bis will, dated 21) th Mny, 188(1, left properly to bis svlEo, Catherine Convoy, for her solo use and baualltj,thon testator staling tlmtl ' qqnlldont that aha will " woll and fnltlifully umlnj oduaato nncl support" thalr children, and t\ppo{| bor solo axaautrlx, lionl astnlo, £1,08.",, Thomas Wauiubu Quant of Lllydate, (mm Xonrmonth, teacher,- by his will, dated l:u|, , 1884,' lef...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

/Imafeurs. !<iwta" Amatoiir /munatlo O'inlj, P lliiclii),' 'I'll" JAramit Nock or K wi Month, and In whloli J ff 'dll piny, «»o loftdlng IJrof "fhwiilllo'' ttlcl '' J'onah T Jieyhove Hi" lwua0 fiti-amly vvoll L|, ml }it¥'iK !mm Pr°" U;[|JIt sholtW ho It ffl'O'tk flllOOOHf), l.(jncr9!H,-" H'lion a board of |.jl'(il^lulniw and ohtmdufcs an. Lllkdtovm'yUmt by ooiablning L'wIMtmsni valuable romodlas a L„,|W/iil nicdioino was produced, ■ I w«|ileuro audi a wild rnngo of, |#M uio.sf all other, rotnodloa |j(< (II)jioimciI with, many worci kitJ'i'oof of Its merits byaobual |i«ififcllwl all doubt, and to-day IfcMien of that grant mocHalno, Mitt Aimlenn Oo.'s Mop Bit tars, IimiwImid blowd by all as. bono (load .J,-'1'0 Soovotnvloa of Dram i flute, lllovclp Olubs, Quadrille fife &c. Wo bog to inform tho JmM u'o liavo a comploto plant Ooncorb llRill Tlckot.% and all Gonoval and imrctol Printing. "Taum '1m.Sk" mi Omen, 121) Bossier,-st. (USD concert In oonnoctlon wi...

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