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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

Notice to Subscribers. , , ,.m the fiiilw«rl|)tlO)) Niton forTAWMt UAI.K ln« fui iiiu't of Vlotorln, or to iiny of fclio oolontoH i— flWpMWW '» 0(1| ; jMVMf " ;; , ,, ,, .. .. a«, oil, > .. V'ii,,oa..■ ' ;; ■ .*. .. .. •; lOfl.'oa.■" , 311, !'L, niiilt lio imlit in aclvitiioo. Poutol oriloni HliouicV h°, 'l6(''IP n Ml\,f.fA\'ll[aW DHODKKY, IBS llllHMoU HtrOOt, Mol'j •iWEvm I uton 01' ntnmi'fi' Vlotoi'lim or from any "of 'tho '^'1''«>rt00ttl>t,ul UB '; ! ; To Correspondents, .mloommiinlofttJoiiii lntotuloil for ltiaortlon (n TAMvlt)! , iWM l)fl ndilrOHaoii to-Tmo Jim'I'on. ao»trlbuUonii <1o« l ,V otM" nilo'io rotiirnocl j liub Htlll, ovory rouHoimlilo tMt ron|ioot will 1)0 onrofnlly uttoiulort to, . i ^DDikocnn lio tnkon of lUwiiymouftoommunlontlonii.Tlio tmmo ll®i,olthowrltori.Hi8tlio;fflvoil, though not noaoHfmrlly,for: (illlfillw- _____ _ i ■ ' . ; Notloe 'to Advertisers. j litAccomm (or Advortlaomonta nro pnyablo to Mr, Mai/wok }«!0Uir only, ! j MOT I OS. h^wa...

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

Wourh'S SdHXA-l'l'S Is particularly fraa from ItiBll oil, ns It Is woll ngoil before being bottled. ' The FAT CHILDREN, (it the Waxworks, in Bourko-stroot, is tho Now Attraotlon, and is drawing Crowds th Day and Evening. Equitable Co-Operative Society, Urn! aiSWTLUVL STORM mul 0IT'ICM CHiiipoUsbi'oob, t'mlimn, lU'uaswlok-Hbi'cot, I'MUvoy, Hivy-stt'oali, Noi'th IH'l^hUm, IHmvood-raul, Htuv thorn (ovuollll Nlohdlson-Hti'oot, Mootsomy (urcatfl Duncltw-pluoo, South Mulhoumu, f Continued Public Appi'eoiation,! balks tWektv-tiir: ' -WKliKS, This Itftlf-Vuav, £9,000 OVER 1885. STOCK-TAKING SAL] (Nino Days) lUK'tOO OVER LAST V14 All, Last, week's Sales £000 ov same week 1885. OUR STOOK-TAKINl SALE HAS BEEX Till-: SALE OF THE SEASO And Continues to be n Genuine and Unprecedented Suooess Proving that tha Public Apprcel Strniglitforwui'd Trading, unit that our Announoemonts are Rollablo. It Is our Object to SERVE THE PUBLIC Tlierofot'o wo invito all to Visit our Central and Branch Si NOW PROCE...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY THE CITY BANK CLERK. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

0ide Li# OE 'A U S Tit A LI AN "S 0 O'l E T'Y, (11Y EUIWMIU,) •V.vrfuf/ 'loi : THE Or'l'V BANK OLE UK, AUHTUAtiiA, aaya Olo'orgo Augu'sttia SaliV^ta'a clomo oraoy tohiporod by banks," There ia more truth in tills remark than perhaps tlio greatest of Ifltigllah ;iotiv-. uallata was awaro of, Blinking la bonaldorod n gbntlo manly, nob to Bay arlBtoaratlo, profoaalotv in tlio oolonloB, It dooa not require any apodal training, Any rospootablo dunoo who has moatorod tho throo E's oan got into a bank, providod bo baa aufilolont interest, I do not say tbat bo wilt rlso to ominonoo. therein; TifiS oonsoquohoo la,' that without apodal intorost, it la almost as dKlloult to gabinto a bank as to got into hoavou, Unimpeachable oortifloatoa o£> obaraotor and rospootablllby aro necessary ) " modorato morality!'.dooa not answer-at all, 3 do not know tbat tlio treatment roooivod by tbo ordinary bank clerk la good enough to repay him for hla trouble in entering tbo profession, It is a oaso of goin...

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

Table m\. bear tlmt a despatch 1ms lately boon forwarded .to lliimo authorities by the Vlotorlan Government, ij(or permission to confer the rank of Major ..on tiia F, W, Ind, muthat Lady Clarke has personally, interviewed tat Albanl with tho object of inducing the ilia Nightingale to visit Australia professionally) tatAlhani has not mado any definite promise, W/Dlarko thinks it moro than probable that iioarae music lovers'will have an opportunity of «ig the great singer at the beginning of next Its Informed by a London correspondent that tho Mhonours published on Her Majesty's Birthday,. fl«from being complete this year, and that tho illlitnow being prepared for honours in connep "ilhthe Colonial and Indian Exhibition will bo Jimdmore impoitant. Tho naoio of Mr. Boslsto Wnsubuiitted for a Knighthood, 'and Mr. James ^tsfornO.M.C. Dr. L. L. Smith'is to bo made 110. lor services rendered to Victorian Viticulture; 'H'.Julian Thomas " Tho Vagabond," is also to be •iC.M.tt, "0£ course," w...

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

OHAl'TMB III. Jin or threo cloys passed, during which, tho. liking Mm uncle aud nophow grew satisfactorily, one! ns^ htAuat Uctsy, os she oxprossod"lb horsolf, " Tho boy an old fool of her." Yet it was only tho liabl courtooiis attention that Arthur paid to all perhaps oil the more to her oti aooount of a Wing that 'hop anomalous position may have often . 1 tnr pain, ontl that all tho mora" kinclnoss was to her. Sho showocl hot* alfuotion for him so uinly, by thinking what she could give him', to oat was pavtloulavly nloo, aird how sho could make, lis most comfovtablo, that her husband told bar one h* that sho was spoiling hitn. ! ' ' I doubt he has ncvar had much spoiling at homo," ailthc worthy woman, " Ennoy Mary writing 'poor, at Arthur' of suoh a son j.but'tharc' sho is spoilt tyhvingsuoh a numbor of thom, unci don't know her., nn blessings,'1 ; > ; lit. Denstone callod his nephew into'his' room one, l'J and began to talk seriously on business mattars. 'he clerkship 11 propo...

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

Oil Je ?cent. jtr LADY- j whr ^^'j In.w," ''Onoo tforo,"' '&a."',M ><"' I • , in'hl.-Wfi-H'f-li-' 'ft 'tniinhuav cnihi'iuvf!,, J - miso>pmv;io;^ ill mw [.AKiJ.iitTrr^,?0!^ <j°i' Mono Court, tho liomo^an Jmpoo^nlotis^Sqiilrtj,'! ,ho Ijblousotl with n family; o^.fcl^r.tp.ofi^pjjll^ti, to : ,(((0(ori Ono.fit t.hpm, ,tho,..oldoat,j; Bogy, nti :i0x f,M cxqtdsito, Is offormLa ^l.fciifvtlpn, no. alprkjn , fcho > ,#:« of Ills uiioio, a Liverpool, marphant)(int .41 ap, , por ■ ii-win,mi'l jnya IIIra n vlalt, bub tho prnotlonl man ol! Mne« Is so cllsgustod.wlth hla;»f< awoU "juarmora, as ' fc culls thorn, tlmt lio withdrawn tho ofljor,, at-the imctluio hinting that ho la willing to tako a humble nlmloilyouth from tho Lonstono family If lila brothor luatich a one, Arthur Donatono naoopta tho.pIl'oi'T jiolhor of tho ohiklron, Jnnot, advortlaoa for a altua li« ojnliuly liolp, bub tho anawora alio rooolvoa aro »tout«gl«s5 that sho ia alrnoat In de...

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

Before (he (Jurfcaiq. '.(.Villa ovoulug Marcus Olarko's, His Natural LI to, will ho plnyod tor the last tlmo at tlib Tliohtra lloyul, To-morrow ovonlng Tho flllvor King, with tho original oust Is to bo rovlvad lor n low nighty; j iff V.:. ' /1 TirhtUQ'ls also to bo iv abaugo o£ pro gramma at tho Bijou, arid Mario Antolnobto will bo pluyod lor tlio last tlmo this ovun lug, as Blgnora MAjoronbroqulrbs" a llttlo relaxation Irom Mio sqvovo strain caused' by- hor poworluluatlhg,- i'lCipro's. '■! Tho Rbokob/'wlllbaprbduaad to-morrow bvdtt lug lor. tho llrst tlmo In Molbotrrno, ' T1 Tho Roakot Is hall as gpod as Tho Magistrate, whioh Is by tho same author, tho' result must bo a financial stiooass, Aoaordlng to tho Loudon papers, Tho llookot fully sustainocl T'lnoro's reputa tion; and bhd plotkv hud a .long and suo oasslul run, I t hpdasorlbodi as bolng lull ol litn line! droll/situations, ,, y Thm Silk Stbokl'ngs iaticl ■ Swinging boautlos, at tho Victoria T-Iall, aro attract ing orowdod ....

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

I. prefer .."WoiiVis'S SciiNAl'l'S to Biandy or Whisky—lb Is a mora wholesome spirit. -1

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

j&Beplechage NJeefsing. Tina Grand National Htooploohuso Mooting ivt Flom Ington on Saturday Inst was a decided success, ,1'upltor Biuvlus was fortunately aotisplouous by lilt absonoo, 'tiud tha rosu'lt of tho host of wonthor was tlmfc a rnoro than usually largo number of paoplo put In an appear anco, His Hxoollonoy tho Glovernor and Lady Loch and sulto graood tho mooting with their prosonoo, and ' tho Australian Miliary Band, oonduotod by Signer Zol mah, enlivened tho procoodlngs with martial music, Amongst tho ladlos wo noticed !—Lady Loch, In black silk, with jot ortmmonts. Mrs, Arthur Blackwood, In ruby volvot and whlto laoo, Mrs, Ind, In black silk, with a vory.handsomo skirt of stamped volvot, Mrs, Ohas '.Ryan, lu a dark groou costume. Mrs, Robert Bowor, In blaok slllc, Mrs, CI, H, Boavor wore a charm ing oostumo of royal bluo volvot, trimmed with racoon fur, bonnot to match, Miss CJostolloo wore a oostumo of brown ourl cloth, with a body of tobao plush, hat to raatoh,...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 July 1886

Social. , Viscount Deerhxtiist, the/eldest son of the Earl of-. Coventry,1 'whoformorly held the appointment of Captain of the Queen's Body Guard and was; also Master of the Oroomo Hounds . in ^Worcestershire, has' been appointed Aide-de-Oamp to His Excellency Sir Henry Brougham Loch. Iword G-eorge■■■ William Deer-; hiirafc, wrtN born In ,(8(h", 11 In mother who vvna murrlod 111 tlio same your to (.ho Larl. oil Ooyoubry,la a daughter ol! Iho 2nil Marl of Graven,' Lord CI cargo Ih an excel lent aportaman, • , , Win hoar fcltafc Mr, IB,' TmV'brobhar.of Gnptnln Tnd {Commandant. oJ! bho Victorian Artillery), who, was lately dofoatocl at the gonoral election at .Ipavvloh, by Mr, Jobbo CJolllngB, will ahortly'yl^lti thla colony, M:taa Mauiv ANmuuaoN, atop-daughtor of ,Mr. Wrlxon, tlio Attorney CI (moral, who twaa a pnaaongoy by tlio S.S, Shannon which loft for London laab wcokj ■ fainted on board before the cloparburo, Mlaa ^uderaon' la In vory dolloato hoalth,... ;i,; ; | ■ Mil, and Mils...

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

Social. I'tiM Oommovctlnl 'i'ravallors' Hull, which tiikuB plaoo In bho 'Now Masoulo. Mall on August; 2flj promlsus to'bo a groa/t suo« OOSBi Tim WMllatustown Olndo'ra'lla Assom ,bly Jlall took pflaoo:,on ifuly llfiV' About' lflO guests wore ■'prasonV'" 'Horrl'loolc suppllod tho music, • A i wedding look plaoo In tho .lloman Oabhollo Ohuroh, Stratford, on .Monday, duly .12, whon M'lss lv, Daniel,, youngest daughter of'Mrs, Daniel, WoU' vofton," Stratford, was married to Mr,' John M'Donald, of Bulga "Vnvk, Wade Jook,. Tho bride look od oxtr'omoly woll In hor protty dross of whlto oaslimoro and plush, She o'arrlod a largo bouquot of natural flowers, and was nttondod by hor. nlooo, Miss T, Daniel, who, attlrod In olarot oastunoro and plush, was the only brldosmald. Mr. .Norman M'Laiw aotod . as host- man, Tho world lag party then adjournod to the rosldattoo of tho bride's parents, whoro tho dnjouiwr was parbakon of, Tho wadding gifts woro nurnarous and handsomo, Mh. and Must. DowMWj gn...

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

T. R. Re-wing1, r^"pr-'-L,,i' 'lV . Mala WiiUiI'lHlti of ovory tltiHcirlfibloit, 'WIiihih1 mid WowIihi'h Oil and Wilbur Giilnm, IIn UiIiom, on'lcim, and liiWdH. Halild und IwK-lialr Iu'iimIkiii In -ffctnit. •vnrlttl.y-, I'rji* litm ti'uluo unit 'Oryatolimiii pnlnbliiK, Tiliitui'lalH I'm' btiu I'nsdilonatdo art, nl' eililna itntl Poiinnli piilntlnK. TjUI'KO Hbotik -Hlinot Wax fiif Fliwor Making. Turrn Ootba mid 'CJIi I mi iMiiKiiu '\'hhon, oriiaimiiitH, otUi, I'lipurliantflnKa mid :i)naiirubloiin, alnKiuib una oliuluu iiNHin'tnuont, InwoHt pi'liuiH, Cirynbolouni Cl liiHHOM and all iriutniilii'H, Oonntry nnlni'H pnno tuiilly atbandud bo. till liiJVCKA.IIUli.'I'C-HT, and 182 BOUUKM'H!!'. - *• Advanond '.r.Unrubiiru, HplrltuallHin, Proo tlioiiKlit, X.oaal Holanau, I'liyHloloKy, I'liroiiulotfy. W. Xt. 'furry, 81 XlitHHol 1-nbrodb. Unluuo Oataloguo IIJo tan In MoiIIuIiiom, ItoiitH, IIu'Rh, llui'lm, and PirupurutlniiM; pi'imt varluly. W. Jit, Torr.y, 81 ItilHHull-Htriiol., Mdlbmii'iid. &am...

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

Cabiiana." J?ooii "cabby "has.had a sad time of it lately in h Melbourne, and yot lie is not as black ns'somo 'ipeople:would paint him, Out' friend, Mi1. Monty I .Bi'oaymo, lifts bad a ding' at ".Torvoy," Tliis 1ms |j brought on to him tho ay rath of (ho socrotary of Ijtho Cabmen's Union, Wo often linvo recourse ll.to tlio throe-penny en it in go j our oxporionoo in ijthnt lino extends over a great number of years, . indeed, over since avo outgrow tho proportions of ! tho family perambulator-—which is " tho only .carriage our respected parents were ever able to afford-—wo havo had to " cab it." It has been our ,lot, to., travel Avith Johns of all sif.es, ages, tjurch S)alibj\fi|jties 5 Avith very I'oav exceptions, avo •havo ahyays^fouhd " cabby " a docont, slrnight .^'(jrtl- Tellow:,^.ond very rarely inclinod to bo oxtortionat^jp'r importincnt. It is an old adago ; '.'■^I^anll^bmo is Avho handsome does."' The only "dViYOiT'avIao sometimes lias attempted to " talco a riso out of his ...

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

Cabbage Sport. Sir John JRouhu'i'son's " Onhbngo..Gta rclon, V Ja '.y.y spot, where,, sports of all sorts Hotmail, m nvo thovot'oro not at all; surprised that wlilovers of sport ms tlio ownors of" Goronot" ttlMincsnl<03 of tlio groat Australian Statesman 1 Mil have tried to introcluoo and tonoli our ifiitoemtie youths tlio ..now gamo. of " cnbbngo It must bo tlio groatost fun imaginable Jiholish an,exponent of Women's Rights by Warding hor with cabbages, and prove to die1' tor wak a creature a woman is, that it does not a Cd-poundor and a real bomb to silonco it a humble cabbago from Sir John's is sufiiciont to demolish hor, Lot us drop ior. Tlio matter is too sorious,' and mild ■'lirewould bo thrown away on gentlemen of tlio bias and Duncan Hobortson typo. Tlioy have J"ty of money, and do not mind paying £20 "a"mcy joko," Miss II el on Hart was lootiir tDn Wednesday evoning Inst weolc at Rons in g ®ialierfavoured subjoot, "Women's: Rights." b. Sutton, the Mayor of tlio b...

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

Engagements. 'Tina'engagement.is announced of Miss Daisy March fair, stop.dauglitar of Mr. J. Elkington, Balmain, Syclnoy, and Dr. Cfraham. • Tub engagement is announced of Miss Annio Orox ton, of .Alma-roacl, St. Kilda, and tho Bov. B. Pottor) Oumto of All Saints' Ohuroh, .East St. Kilda, Mel bourne, • ■ This marriago of Miss Blanaho Travers, eldest daughter'of Mr. Badarick Travers, and Mr. Sydnoy Stephen, seaoad son of Mr. Prank Stephen, solicitor Balaclava, Molbourne, is arrangod to tako place >on -August 18, ■ Tun engagement is'announced of Miss Eva Fen wick, daughter of Mr. Jamos Funwiok, of " Waloha,') Now England, , Now South "Wales, and Mr, Oooll Bloxsomo, of Hanger's Vailoy Station, Now England-, Miss Fenwlok has just returned from Europe, and the marriago will tako'plaoo shortly. This engagement is announced botween Lieutonant Thompson, B.N., late of tho II,M.S. " Espiogle," now .stationed in England, and Miss Edith Gore, eldest . daughter of Mrs. Boach, Manly Beach, Sy...

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

Marriages. AtiLEN — Spenoe.'—A very pretty, .wcdcling was solemnised on June 80, at St. Mary's, Oaulfiold, by the Rev. H, B. Macartney, The bride was Miss Lilian Blanch Spenoe, eldest daughter of the late Mr. David Spenee, of " Tircnrra," Balnolava, and the bridegroom I Mr. Edmund John Allen, oldest son of the late Mr. John Allen, of Stonoy Greek Station, New South Wales. The church was boautifully decorated by the young friends of the bride. The bride entered the ohuroh leaning on her brother's, arm, by whom she was 'givon away. She was attired in a beautiful dress of ivory merveilleux satin, profusely trimmed with lace and pearls, and tastefully looped up with orange blossoms The train was very long, and composed of satin. She wore tho bridegroom's prcsont: a gold arrow, with horseshoes of rubies and pearls. A long tulle veil and wreath ol! orange blossoms, jessamine and lilies of tha valley, aornplatocl hot' tollub. 8 ho was attended by four bridesmaids, Two oJ! whom woro hIhLcji...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 July 1886

Remomtoor This. II' yon uro sink Mop liiUorH will suroly ttiil N'litiiro in making you woll wlum all oIho I'ai Im, If you uro cioHtlvo or dyHpuptlu, or uro suH'orlng iVom any oUior ol' tho n timorous (Uhouhoh ol! t.ho Htomaoii or IiowoIh, it Is your own i'uvilb 1C you remain 111, for Hop itltUu'H 1h a Hovorolgn romody In all suolt ooniplalntH. If you arc .Noi'vous uho of Hop BlMoi'H, If you havo rough, pimply, or Hallow akin, bad brouth, pahiH and uoIidh, and fool mlsorablo gonorally, Hop Bit tors will glvo you fair akin, rich blood, undHWootoat breath, and hoaltli. That poor, bodrlddon, Invalid wife, hIhUu, jno'ibor, or daughtor, can bo niado tlio pioluro of hoalt.h, by Amor loan Uo.'a Hop .IHUoi'h, coating bub a fcrlllo, Will you lot them auil'or ? In abort thoy euro all Hlaoaaos of the Btomaoh, Bowola, Blood, Liver, Norvoa, Kldneya, Brlghb'a Diaoaao. JSIHOO will bo piticl for a oaao (hoy will not euro or holp. Drugglata and OhomlHtH koup, Froaoouto tho Swlndlora I I .Tf whou you ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 July 1886

Tiirn-Vorelii. I 01OE TO MEMBERS. I*.taimliWiwk Hull will take plnoo ■ffl I rf tlw Exhibition Mulld- . »th August, IHHd, t„ , . „ , 1 KflMlMt C'nnilvul h'oocwilon over lltocltyw"llnku|il»oonl. 10 p.m. EwubHiiff,)f ,,rli?ov Gu,,"ynI 'u,l(l EfrlampliCtirilitfcf*. I'riikjoh, numldfi, E RililOM(l» "'I t'1" national unl diameters, Novelties of Mpmimtmy, NiukIm, ku. Tlw whola E(i,lWC.1 H'lll l)U 0(1011 for SpOOtlltOl'H, ■jlfftftlieOnlloi'loJ) ntUs, onolt ura to K|tl Iloiviien'fl Aliwlo Warehouse, lis MjiOwlrect; 0. W'nltor (lion, trees/), ■ joMlon.strcot! ami at tha Turn fclMUl f.ntrobo-stroot fJa.it. mjili lor tlw I In 11 to Ijo obtained only Miji mention Tito entering la on KluJtos. Hclllngor and Onuln, tha Km Continental Oonfootlonors, mmr'o Hall being differently nr. Kiw lornwr ytnttv w refreshments, ■to.w rajiiMtod to apply for their folfilendn' tlokotrf as soon ai possiblo, ■ijita will bo raised after August 2, iju/ornduibsloii to the Hall ean In liiioobtolned at tho eutraueo of tha...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 July 1886

"Woci-ii's Schnapps is the only genuine SCHNAPPS—Avoid, nil counterfeits and imitations. r\«^sCefl ^ V * ./ ARTISTIC 175 BOURKE STREET EAST (OPPOSITE ^EASTERN MARKET.) ' ILL US TEA Till D CATALOGUES with PRICE LISTS sent Free by Post on Application. SILVER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. Th e THU RM E R P I AN 0 Contains More Valuable Improvements than Any Other IRano of Its Class, and Leaves Nothing to be Desired In Brilliancy and Sweetness of Tone and Elegance of Design. None bub 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 ALLAN &: <So I ^MELBOURNE. THE UNIVERSAL HELP COMPANY. X oTunau— 48 LITTLE COLLINS-ST. EAST. 48 One Door from Sionnnton-ntroot. Undertake the following, by Contract or otherwise—Carpets Taken Up, Beaten and Laid, Windows Cleaned, Chimneys ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 July 1886

CHAPTEll V. j.'polng home Arthur ?" said Mr. Donstono, when felswlh\3request, "Tired ol us already ?" ( J 'Sever 1" ho answered warmly. " I am only too fail,!'tick Allied, and fool as i£ I could, never repay pawl Aunt Dotsy's kindness to mo j but I don't J 4 bow how* to explain. Things are at sixes and I"''-! at home, and, as usual, they want Tola and mo [•pithem to rights," pilal i3 that a boy or a girl ?" _ "I for Ccuorentoia," said Arthur laughing, J'-iHal tuvmo is Margaret, but her niolc-name sticks »ht." I luppose that is the way witli large families,". said Pwele thoughtfully. " I fancy no one who 'docs j^Mong to ono quite understands. It is rather lag. eh ?" " I; "hs its amusing side," said Arthur, thinking, that 1J* W(>«Ul lie a good deal astonished if he saw, I them nil togothor in family oonolave. thisTnl |Hlf ""3 ^u'*a and you ara the props of the houso l'le working hoes,1' said Arthur*. " But J ■ ® "ag to what she is," lio wont on, warmly I 1 don't know what my mothei...

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