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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 August 1886

Marriages. . Malt.ett — Richmond,—A pretty wedding took place at St. Matthew's, Pruhrnn, on Monday, August 2,1), whan Mr. Fred, Mallott was marrlod to Miss A, Rloh mond, youngest daughter of the late "Dr. Richmond of CJlunes, The bride wore a pretty dres3 of ruby satin, draped with white laco, a pretty wreath and veil. She was attonded by three bridesmaids :—Miss Mallott, who wore a pretty dross of ivory satin trimmed with laco, Miss Johnson (Stnwell), stylish dress of ivory satin petticoat front of van da nil and whito stripod silk, nnd Miss Hopkins, white lace with bodice and sash of white silk. After the ceremony the bridal party roturnod to tho residenoo of Mrs. Draper (sistor of bride) whore a sumptuous dajantwr waa partaken of, after which the happy pair loft amid showers of rice for tho Cilppsland Lakes. Mrs, Mallott's travelling costume was green cashmere and plush, In tho availing Mr. and Mrs. Draper entertained a largo number of friends who .thoroughly enjoyed themselves w...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 August 1886

English Dramatic Nolo] Tine l'rlnooiw'H Theatre, Undfl " Oluudlau was revived at ihh nfl on July fi, prior tu Mr. barren's ill lure lor America, |<W more strfl plooos, olthor from a HpoolwmliS emotional point ol! vlow, have hemS duood, and the public woleoniml Itfl all the enthusiasm wbloii marked itfl appearance, In splto oi! the mouM the house svas crowded, Mr, \« Burrotb played the part of the nnf<| ate Byzanllan uoblo with all hl| dignity, whilst tho Almldn o£ Miss I lftko was as satisfactory us over, | wore, howovor, some changes in t)io| Miss Edith Woodward took tlio pi tho slave Serona I us tend o[ Miss Url and Mr. Olynds that o£ Agnail, fori played by Mr, Walter Spoukmnn; I Mr, Frank Ooopor has gtvou thol of I'hoorus to Mr, Ooopor Clllful stage mounting Is as magnlllcont nl After a fortnight " Olaiuilan" wusl drawn for " Hamlot," tho I'tincl Princess of Wales having mmoa tholr intention of bolng present, I " NANCY AN D Go," wns played « Daly Oompany, at...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

\V0l<l'M5's SCHNAPPS taken occasionally Is an admirable remedy against coughs and colds. Ac cept nothing but Woi/l'ii's.

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On the Wing. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

On the Wing. Wybiaht 111313Via, Brian Darloy, Goorgo Forbos, Miss Luola Harwood, and many othor popular aators and actresses loft by tho " Tarawora," most for Hobarb, whore "VVyberb lloovo opens a comedy soason, and h, faw dlraob for Now. Zealand. Tiib company playing at tho Opera House, for tho most part, -will go on a short tour when tho season otosos, on route ' to Sydney, wlioro they will opon In tho thontro. , , QisojuciB Hig-nold has mot with an aooldont In Now Zealand. Particulars aro nob yob to hand, but his very numer ous frlonds and woll-wishors .will bo ploasod to learn that ho is jn'ogrossing very favorably. George Darhell's new Irish drama, " Tho Soggarth," which translated means tho priest, wa9 played to a crowded house at the Boyal, Sydney, on Saturday. Mr. J. A. Meado was tho Soggarth. Philip Beck,H. Fleming, Grevillc, Hans Phillips, Misses Annio Thomas, H. Oliver, and Helen Gordon-Leonard were the leading principals. The plot turns on tho fact that the steward murde...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

Exhibition Honours! Ml , J. M, .k.i.'i!,i,y, ImoltuuM . LxooUonoy tlio Cltivonuii', si" Brougham Looli, has faoolvwU Eor his OXlllblLH which° |,olL„ Indian and Colonial Exhibition! nralao la all tho mora ki-uUEvIiil'f kolly ltm8muo.li that It ls\.|v„3 journal specially devoted to tli trade In (.1mat isrUnln. Tha £0nA an oxbmob from Tho Ihot ((J :rmdoN Journal, o£ Muy go ui Kolly, oJ! J 1)8 BusHob'stvcot. Mu|3 houcIh savoml pairs of excellent and ol! work lu boots which should not] oroiito a good improsslou on our U mnkors who visit tho Kxhlljlilol Holly's boots uro nil Imnd scwl made by rasldout lU'tlsnns, Ills boots woro worthy oE thu highest! unci Ills brcoohod modols Eov ilm I ol! a haudsomo pair oE riding hoofl tho boautlllul ciiso oE Austmliiuil wood In whloh Ihoy aro shown, mm ono of tho bout vwlubUx hi the metis Le J arc! in cles Fml MISS E. ZUKERMJ Has Opened PEUJT and GOXl'l 'ISBY BOOMS la OOLLIKS-ST. adjoining the protnlsos oE Jlcssraj moll, Tuokott and Oo, Tho CouCootlono...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

& C\^sc ~ r°'ej, v ARTISTIC v m BOURKE STREET EAST (OPPOSITE UASTMRN MAHKMT.) ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES with PRICE:. LISTS sent Free by Post on Application. Bales' Dandelion Cocoa and Coffee, Indigestion. SOUTHERN BREWERY, (Luto Findlay and Son's), Abrlngor-stroot, Opposite Town Hall, 11I0HMQND, G. ANTHONESS, Proprietor. ci.'Aubliouoaa rospootEully Informs tho public tliafc 1io 1ms X'U FUJ If VSU!D from Messrs, fliullay tintl Son tlio ubovo colobrutort nnil olil-ostiibllahoil J31VEW.KIIY, known Cor many yoars for Its Siiporlor'Alos. G, Anbliouoaa having soouroil tho sarvloos of Mr. If. P. 'Pippins, tholr Connor brawar, linpos to glva tho public Alo unoquulloil for quality, suparlor, IE poaalbla, to Aloa supplied Cram this ostiibliahmout liorotoforo. . G, Anthonoss la now Curving tulilocl blio nowoab apptianoos tvufl Improvamanta-mii'.la, whloli will glvo lilm groator faollltlos for mooting tlio ilomuncls of Ills vory largo oontioublon, THE UNIVERSAL HELP COMPANY. X jf. OFFICII—...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

Thk Tidy Houskwivu.—The careful, tidy housewife, when giving her house its spring cleaning, should bear in mincl that the dear inmates aro more precious than houses, their systems "needs cleansing, by purifying the blood, regulating the stomach and bowels, and shei. should know that there is nothing' that will do it so surely as American Oo.'s Hop Bit ters, the purest and best of all medicines.

Publication Title: Table Talk
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On the Scent. CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

I oil *SB Sceni fly LADY M A "Out ot tl'ol^!orfaorih,,^(.st^m.J ill-I/fl\V,V1 '" Oiioo 1M\<S60t &!•*« ■< » "«• «■•-" X<3:/jn r nyftf OHAOTU XV. Hon llopos I Arthur looked up otigorly ) ho thought Mnever in nil lila UEo Imd ho bohold suoh a dosolnto, alicwblctookltiff place ns (his now, homo towhloh ho , about to consign what ho novv suddenly Colt to bo the grcfttcat transitra of his Ufa, Ho' oould soiirooly (Hiecnl Ills dlsmny'J bub it was Antolnotto's turn to comfort. "I romombor It I if'romombor lb well, ■now," alio exclaimed. " It Is just what I rooollpot, ovon to bho (oclunnd lions, and tho things hung'out to dry In bho eoart-ynrcl. I shall bo able to Improvo somo things, it nil events," sho said, " lb Is onsy to sqo that tho [.wroldlioiiso lins no mistress,. • ' Pw Arthur I Ha folk ns 10 lio oould nob aonslgn | li,precious olinvga to this dosolnto,; lonoly, tmhoalbhy Wdnghome, Ilo involuntarily grasped Ivor luvnd nt Ik very Idea. She loo...

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Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

Amateurs. Quit.k a new entertainment was,gi von in the ltoyal Hall last Tuesday by a band oE children calling themselves " St. John's Little .Folks Society," tinder 'the conductorship of Mr. Wciertor. It was a children's opera entitled Old Friends with How Faces, in which all the well known characters in nursery rhymes are introduced, and is the composition oE a McGrievo, F.F.I .S., of Edinburgh. The music is pretty, lively, simple, and ad mirably suited for children. A cuow'iiid) hoiiHO attended tho olVorts ciJ! the youngsters, find It; Is noli too much to say tlniti everyone went tuviiy delighted, Tho children were neatly iitid elegantly dressed," find the stage effect wan very pretty mid effective, The arduous part of Sister Ann, n lady who Is always on tho look out for '• sotnobody coming," and who vocally Introduces tho various eharaotors, was taken by a young lady named Miss Ada Williams, who was prettily dressed in a bluo sillc dross, adorned with small grolottas, Miss H. Kit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

ffaltham Watches THE Watch Co., Oli* WALTHAM, MASS., U.S.A., Swnislng the iraportanoo of the Vie" " torinn Track, havo made special arrangements with IEWMA]fl, 123 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE, Thlchonablo him to soli their Celebrated fitches at prices from 16 to 2B per cent, bet than any other house hi tho colony. II.N. guarantees every watoh for-ONB ma, that Is—Warrants the proper per bmanccof the watch, and undertakes to Ml necessary repairs during that time see of cost, and in addition, issues the COMPANY'S SPECIAL OEBTIEIOATB. Watches forwarded to any part of the Mmij (post EllEE, HEGISTETtED.) • IffllS' STERLING SILVER VIALTHAM LEVERS ASpoolnlMiiko. Extra Honvy Onaos. 11, Staling Silver, extra strong eases, hunting nml open fuco, £ull Plato, , jtod balance, 7 jowols in sotting <J 0 I. Do., golil balanco, 7 jowols - " . « 5 1 lDo.|Coini>cii3utlou linlnnco, 7 jowols - 4 0 0 j 1 Do., comiiousatlou balance, two pairs . | ehra jewels - - - - - 4 15 ■ v | !.&&am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

PMNIX FIRE OFFICE, VICTORIAN BRANCH : 0 I Ri MAN&E0L1?tl TAYL0 " "Venimus November 18S5. Wu h(tm bU(, honov m _ «•—^ to annonnoo to t'ho "/ Melbourne rgyal* mm& s€ w/m&Srr J> teraUons in our pro* m ho,i in I ho ROYAL ARCADE, which yy.X\ r will enable us to over* *>yi|1 •'■*••-— ^ j take our arrear work, fs%f$ 0 ym J and in future permit r®?; 1;? / M us to heap pace with V M * Oj M fir largely increasing yj ftsmess, ^F With the view of I m maintaining our posi* f m (ion an high-class Photo* y graphers, we hare made nor oral changes anil additions t.o our staff, having engaged an our ch ief Artist a gentleman from \\ \ 1 ^ . Jiiifflandtwho hats been trained in the •so uy- \ \ V* studios of two of the forewent Court /^i|w' . A \ pP Photographers in the West find of Pen* £ I vw/ ^F\ Vl V don; we will, therefore, not only be able as a I xf I tT \ II heretofore to produce portraiture of the MM I I 4 % \ \ highest artistic excellence, but combine all that Mi J...

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Paris Summer Fashions. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

p&fig jSummBtf Fa^gion^. Tina fomlntno toilette Is ho varloil that tlio moat aon t radio Lory epithets aan bo applied to It without runn ing the rink of employing a single one that cannot 'bo juHtlllod, .ft la very simple, very oompltoatod, very pretty, vory ugly,.very 'graceful, and horribly ungraoo t'nl j and this not only according to tlio women who wear lb, bub aeoordlug to'the time, clreuinstanees, and places hi which lb Is worn. , Tluis, judging by tho fash ions now prevailing In Paris, cma must protioiuiaa It shnplo ovon to severity, and resembling tho habit worn for lioraobaek exorolao ! a plain skirt, tight-fitting jaokol:, cravat, and round hat. Uuif whon oarrlago dross la In quosblon, there Is a ' very poraaptlbla dlfforonoo. f t Is no longor tho hour-, (/ooin aostnmo—Vovrffoola not In a oasto sonso, for all tho ladloa of the Ifronbh nobility woar this oostumo on f8bt In tho atroob, but as Indicating a stylo of dross dovold of ovory touch of fancy. In hor own oarr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

•An™ a.r.a.m, ,1 VOIOEPnODUOTIONO I Hurl''11'""!1 [/"a iln 1)1 W l'o°' X^l i'u'i < iv 1*' i u»111U L <«"*"',: » " Aus nml nalutoa") If i'i|''f',,rl!ml VIIml bUMMUNH, .I.'l'tvntp uu.l l,'l tt'l (l,'Yl ..n(| ((Dlltlullltlll W.H..Illk -31 1,1 ol liiln tuatlMKUllulM ivfi Al« ;"i wl?" ..a ■' aiiMoll,11 Argylo-atroot ■ Nl KlM-*' f ; ...rii Ailvoi'tlrtOf H oi; ifuly 20, aoi'doti Cfooolt Wrt« hi' ! o i (int i'IMWI'M 1,1 tlio (toooiii i^lf" "i.r'r rnVo-I molt—r. Darn,' spirit In Wliloh ll;'^ "I'^. iiu olOlU-. full. doup, mul oul« K1""a iclv ooliVliititrel tho midlonoo that "|MlT! 0 mil "ft WHS Mora tliQjti. nml !u l'o rooltntlvo tlio, strikingly «M%, nul'Uop t'nin tlio ohorry,' hun *5 iviiii > f""110 «m0° t,mf wol! k ''V r li3"felw listeners, ipid it anil that l!? uiciiwro,ImUlio repetition ;vn« r,-:lihfti 9oniKluotoi', who know that tlmo IK rcrmlt oftho wl»hos oC tho atullonoo fe^R'd'to" 111,1910 °r dllH Li,* i) la o.ntromoly'dillloult, ovon so rJ o llMii In oonool'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

Notioe to Subscribers. , tim milMiorlpblon rnboa for TAiibM Tat.k 1u« . (ill (ollaw'i'ff1*';;® 10( Victoria, or,to any of fclio ooIoiUohi— it t> ,lflM)0rt| " " ,, i, .. ; 8a. Oil, ii<jtoiiihi " *' . . .^.ha^onlo-. ,..ol«dln«f ^ 31f)< 0(1) ;; ;; „ .. • ..•••• •• ■, ioh. orti J" 01 .,„.t ho imlil In ndvanoo. Poabnl orrtara ahould bo, M.lllltKJM XlHOIV/iltYi 1112 ItUtiHOll atruob, Mol «0, I Mor»t«ini«, Victorian or from any of tho t^wHIbottoooirt'd «• imymont, , . To Correspondents. »ml ooimmmlootloim lntonclocl for Inaortlon In TauTjM 1 fl.Mlo ndilriwsoil to—'I'HW liltJra'Oit, Contributions do. ',lV , ni m a rnlobo roturnod i bub atlll, ovory rormoimblo ®' !i Sit mwot will bo oarofully attended to, »'1(l ' i ho titkon of oiioiiymoiiH eommuntoatlona. Tho titimo bbo writer must bo kIvoii, though nob noaoHHiirlly for ^IIUlli"1' Notioe to Advertisers. • jtUaouNM for Atlvortlaomonta uro payablo to Mr. MAuniom jiow'xv only. • . . . , NOTIOE. me Chor^o forAdvortlaoni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

Equitable Co-Operaiive] Society,: CJontml Store and Oiiloosl 80. 00LL1NS-ST., MAST, MiailOUjj 1. "Sltivpol-stt'oot, I'mliviiiu,-\ . iraiaflMur ? 0. N1 olidjaon ,ai.I'uol))'j!'(iot^ovny, Drapery* Department] FIRST DISPLAY Of SPRING NOVELTII Our Spring Show commenced on Mon last, and will continue during tn weak, when our magnlllccnq stook may bo soou, which comprise— Mantlos ancl Costumes, Milllnory, . • Underclothing, Dross Matorluls, Prints, Cllnglmms,| Sateens, Household Drapery, Elbbons, Laoos, Gloves, Hosiery, Ladles' Bags, Dressing 0| Our London buyer advises us thoso goods were purchased prcviofl the advance of wool aad silk uboifl pel' cent., .tho full bonoflt of whiolj give to our customers, Hirst Fortnight's Sales thU Hnlfj £1,800 ovor snmo fortnight last yearj Last Half-Year's Sales £0,500 same porlod last year, The Indian Emporit 1 Sl'IlIN Cr STHWST, Corner of Flinders'] ( ® TpIIIS EstublisliMont la MOW OjJt'd, JHl'l ta a prlotors iit'o showing an .Kxteiisiveiwidl Assortm...

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A Guinea Guzzle. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

A Guinea Guzzle. Mn. CVkoucik Cor tun, whom wo nil rogavcl hero «grand old man," whothor considered as rior,pliihntropUist boil vivctnt, ov pvomotor of o;mpf>nies,1ms not, wo rogwet to see, mot with that ipprecintion in England to which his 'merits iilitle him; and wo rogrot—vovy much regret— tlliis efforts at homo, in tho cattso of 0110 of lii pet institutions in Victoria, havo not mot jitlidwt success with which his enterprises aro wily nttendod hero, Tho following is from ftqion of Mr. Goorgo Collins Levey, C.M.G.:— ''At the Kensington Town Hall was hold, what the promoter, Mr. Goorg'0( Ooppin, " low como 4m(mil legislator,11 was pleased to call a <( Con-.1 Miration Bnnquot," but was in reality a dining together of old colonists at a guinea a-lioad. Moreovct, it was very dear at, tho prico. Mr. I'tpm, ns most poojilo lenow, regards tlio " Old W'mists' Association of Victoria " with a fond [Jtwual pride ; and it occurred to his fertile "'ail that l\o could organise a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

Tho FAT CHILDREN, at tho Wax-works, In Bourko-atroot, ia tho Now Attraotlon, and is drawing Orowda both. Day and Evening.

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Side Lights OF AUSTRALIAN SOCTETY. PUBLIC BANQUETS. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

p!ide Ligpg Oli" AUS TII ALIA N^^B.O'GTI^T'y, (»* 4 P(JULIO iwvnquVy'&^,,(1'v'' * . IDvJiUl sluoo tnati bocnmo a cooking ntilmni, ho 1ms liolcl groat feasts on all posslblo occasions, nticl there Jloro lli would bo useless, to nttompt to tt'noo tho natural history oil tho public banquet. Notwithstanding their gront antiquity, perhaps by ronson of It, nobody sooms to havo phiood'on record, any roclpo or method tor gottlfig ono up. Tho proooduro Is for tho most part traditional, and varies but slightly according to tho objaot of tho ontortnlnmonb. Takm a political banquot for Instnnoo, Mr, Oontro . llonoh hns boon returned for Saltbush without opposi tion, Ho Is a man qui to unknown to tho public, and ovon to a good number of his own constituents, having boon oloatod ehlofly because no one opposed htm. Ho fools that now ho-Is a mombor for Parliament, Ills natno ought to booomo a household word, though, not being a good sponkor, ho hardly knows how to commonoo, Tn fthls prodlba...

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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

V Table Tal^. Bike presence of a largo find distinguished oom ij. Sit Georgo Bowon gracefully performed lust [ill, at the foundry of Mossrs, H. Young and Oo., ii», the ceremony of ousting the statue, executed [iipMr Mario Ilnggl, of the late Sir Arthur Kon loimcrly Governor'of Hong Kong and Quoons | cop.RKsroxdkxt of t\\Q 'Sjjootator has tracked | p Dalton and his Royal pupils to gleaning i which they had, no doubt, hoped 'to .visit tad it seems that the ," eloquent.'.1 and ,"pa p'pMSftgc in the Royal journal about the achieve Nl the British Navy, which has been admiringly moat of the papers, is not, really, the work ; the young Prlnaea or their Mr, Barlow, hut it boldly and bodily from Charles lCingsley'sj |lLut," 3 too richest dukes at present in England, in the : |htl«at o£ available cash, are probably Buaoleuch phicland. The last is childless, has only two , "bleep up( and this yoar reoeived a large aooes- : I'liwome by leases falling in at Bath.:' Ho was i pwhe succeeded to the...

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Wills and Bequests. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 September 1886

Wills aqd Bequests. KmrAuri May, of Mulgmvo, toll rod oivll a(ltv» by his will, dated March 12, 188(1, appolutci groavos William Bonn, of South Yurm, mle-ollol and Ills (teatutor's) daughter, Annlo Loulau May! oo titers rind trustoos. Mr, Bonn to got flo u veni carrying , oub: tho trusts, Ho loEt nil tin, J aflaats to his wife, June May) nlso tho whole of munlolpnl clabonburcs for Ivor own use absolutely,! his broth ova—William May, of CJovonbvook Hall, Ml £100 | to his broth or, Cloorgo May, of tUveh, ; Oolohoator, vSnaaox, £100 ', to his broth or, Frodl May, of Clowora' Harm, lSsaox, jiloo, Ho bmpus! £»0 to tho guardians of St, Matthews' Gtuivoh, li Shlro of Oaklolgh, for Improving soat uuoomm<KliiJ Iio .bequeathed to Banlol Lookons, o£ Mule farm or, £10, Ho lofli tho whole of his property trust, for his throo daugh tors—An tile Louisa • Iflllnaboth Caroline May, and Laura Jnno May, are"to got tho Intoroat In equal shares, ami have to nmko wills, In tho ovont of their d...

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