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Chance Number Three. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

Chance Number Three. It was the droad hour of midnight, whon hotols slmt,up7(thoir front doors), policomon yaAvn, and suburban trains giro up, their numerous wenriod .passongors,, us; avo sat in our sanctum touching up our lastparagraph for tho night, whon a knock oamo to'tho door. ; To say it shook tho building is moroly the triith. Thinking that tho oarthquako osoortod by tho Govornmont Astronomer had -knocked, we hastily locked up our lil'o jiolicy, scribbled a sixpenny telegram of farowoll to our wife-—for nso if roquirod, and oponod tho door. A young man ontorod. Ho was very beautiful as ho stood in a position, tho maddost of our amateur tragodians might have onviod. <HIis ox-, oitomont was at ;tho highest point, and wo judged rightly somothing sorious had happened. Wo like to riso to' such occasions, and to show that When 'wo please wo have tho gift of language. I Wo therefore simply said— What's .up?" li i'VWhat's-up ?" ho replied' in a voice of tliundor. »".It's n...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Vice-Regal Invitations. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

Vice-Regal Invitations. iTiim difficulties which besot n colcmini Governor j fum drawing out a list of persons to bo invifodj his first, sorios of. dinnors and .«.«.at. homos," nvoj Ivious. A newly arrived Governor of, n colony! ows absolutely nothing of the ponple with whom will bo oaUod"an'to mix, and in determining id nro to bo .liisr guests, hollas to irus't .entirely tlio counsel, of otliors;,, There-.- nro plonty of. fould-bo oonnsollors always liuss/.ing avonnd vioo-. pynlty, but tlio samo -difficulty of making a solec m amongst thom presents itself. .Hi.s']3xoollono,V; r a year or two at any'fa to is th tho hands of his! Initios, and if injustice'■■■is!done, tho fault lies with |iom. Tho manner in,which tho,Lord Chatnbor"! fin's important ...duties are porformod on state: Scansions in Victoria is not wholly satisfactory; • it. appears that tho power of determining whoj glinll and who shall not ontor- thafostivo. portals h if Government House and partake of tlio boun-i |cons ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Exhibition of Paintings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

Exhibition of Paintinas. An exhibition of paintings by the pupils cif Mndutno uurdio (formorly of Purls), uud'Mrsi Hnrquhursoiv ,viih opouod on Monday at their studio, 28 Quouu-stroot.' [Amongst tltu paintings on china the most prominent faro ti portrait of V Agnus Sorel " by Mrs. W. Smith grapes and 1 lowers by Miss AVaUlou, flowers by Mrs (Mclu and Miss Koltou, the portrait of a lady by Mrs. iMuin and Miss AVyburn (that of Miss AVyburn being the best), tea set by Mrs. Llddy, ote. Of the paintings ;on glass, Miss MoKiunon's water lilies and swallows deserve notleo, the swallows being capitally executed, also, Miss Brunton's pink apple blossoms ; Miss Snow ball contributes some elirystoloum photographs for TJlswator and other lake scenery. Some white roses, In oil, by Miss Little, also merit commendation. Miss Keesing, who has only had some dozen lessons, possesses real genius. Her Nop tunc and Amphitrlto is admirably drawn,, the figure's being vigorous and true to life There riro a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Press Re-Union. DINNER TO TWO EMINENT PRESSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

H'-pW %-Uqipq. DlJWWn "TO TWO EMINENT PltMtHMIIN.; A I'AnnwJghiv dlnnor wuh glvon at .Clunslar'son ^Saturday night to Mr, Honry.Gnllott, Into ad I tar of. tho >■ ''Australasian," ami M r. Alox, Brlltoiii who for.raany yours oaaitplad tho position of sub«odltoraf.j;ho •• Argus,". Tho dinner was tondorod bysavoral mombors .of thoatalTH of bpth papers, who desired to testify tho' 'good'fooling,1 ,'whlah thoy ontortalnod towards, thaso two gentlemen Iprlo'r^to tholt' dopurturo •foipSydnoy, Tho ohalr was umouplod .by Mr, Bach tan Maoklnnon, ganoral manager of tho " Argus" and tho vloo-chalr by Mr. F, W, Haddon, ; tho ablo odltor of that journal, while:Messrs, Topp and ■ Chapman, who had talcon an aotlvo part In organising tho demonstration, woro soatod at tho onds of . tho tables.; Tho following gontloraon woro prosant In addition to : tho guostsoftho ovonlng i—Mossrs. liaohlau Maoklnnon, Howard Wllloughby, J. N. Sutton, T, Wolls, J, Jaok, iJas, 33, Nolld, Honry llrltton, 13,. 0. Wost...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

& Segar Factory JOHN J. SAQUI, i Proprietor. 74 MORAY ST. Lit Importer of Segars &Leaf Tobacco N.B.—AU Qooc/s Manufactured-from the Finest Imported Leaf, ' SMOKE 3d CigarS Town Hall SATURDAY, AUG. 1, Henri Kowalski, THE EMINENT PIANIST ANJJ COMPOSER, Will Give His First Recital IN MELBOURNE On SATURDAY, 1st August. Second Recital: Thursday, Aug. 6. HER MAJESTY'S OPERA HOUSE h KHS H 14H—III CI N OI/D & ALLiaoX. Goorgo DARRELL Baok from tlio Grave. | Until furthor notlou. \ Now Boonory byilAHDK ANb Lvi'Tbi-l. Aoihig Matiagav <5* UVoakurer, L. J. Lt\1ivt B ! I J 0 1/ "1' It IS A T 11 IS. Unit of tho IohhoohHIp oud tnuniiKotuont oC MoHBfo. 1 13, MA.TEUONI mid W. J. WILSON. Ti'oiisiiror, CI. Tossoro, Htngo Miumgor, CI. Leopold, Now Bomontlo Qporo CJomlcpto Last Nights of the Season! < Ourtnln rlaos ot 6 ci'olook shurp. Gorrlugoa at 10.-16. i. Box plan utiNluholaon nml Co,'8, whoro Boots oot» bo Hoourod six dnya In udvonuo. I Do* tlokots ot at...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Sensational Entertainment. GREAT NOVELTY: A MASK PERFORMANCE ON THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

A Sensational Entertainment. ■y 01115AT Novioi/I'Y ! A MAHIC J'1511 li'OUM A NOW ON Till) BTAGK, A > € J JON T1 MAN, who stands VOl'.V high uh a ltwmbur of the musical profession, called lit. HiIh ollloo tho ofcliur day and placed before uh a project, wldali ho had formed for a moHt. novel kind of ontor taiinnont. .1 fu proposed to do on tlio stago what 1h done by the Gorman Turn Vofoln, and other bodies In tho ballroom, vlv,;,''to mask all tho performers, consisting of, amateur aotorH, slngum, and reoltora, npd all tho persons who make up variety entertainments, lie will Invito the musi cal and dramatic 'amateurs of Melbourne and suburbs to, join in--giving a per formance on a largo scale, olthor at 0110 of the theatres or in the Exhibition, ■Which would bo ilttod up with a stage and drosstng rooms for tho occasion, so that the performers would ho enabled to disguise thomsetvos aompletely before making their bow to tho audloneo. An important portion of tho project is to allow ov...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

m Bric-a-Bi^ac. Til kjdllooluil unci Avmngod by * l'KTKU I1 AHAGOK, Maq,] \v shall wo ovor gob over the bad. 'l am about to Impart? Tho Qtioou .vld (initio tho proof shoots ol! hoi' last [book, " Tho Spooohoa itiic'l Addroaaas b Dalco of Albany,"until u moro;oon fiit, season, dooming lb unlit that they jil bo glvon to a world so disturbed bra and rumors of warn'and political Ion, I lor Majesty la oonaldorato, bub •ho thought oJ!'blip dIdilHtfous{roauIbav may arlao froth din1 utigrablllod „ty I Hast Hho roflootod that tho joatlon of tho book at Mils'ju'noturo it calm tho agitation, of tho, world, 'jiootlio It to repose ? Hits alio oogltabod fcllro probability that tho .poatpouo [t of tho book's appoaranoo may oauso kind to forgot It altogothor, and, ho . tho valuablo lessons to bo galuod i tho vast oxporlotioo of a young .man1 drty, whoso dolloato health provdntod | In' faot from ovor having .any ox icnoo at all. • poM.M'n:) attontlon last ,wodlc ■ to tlio pial punlHhmonta lulllotod'...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

" Oil I tlioro bo pluyoi'H, tUut l luivo Hooii pltty." ^ 1 ■ • ' ' lU'MI.M', Aobtll. ..You could sancoaly liavo;a greater dramatic«'contrast than that which exists between the drat ancV ho .last of. Mr, Uouolaautt's cpmoctlos; m,.Tu '.'.TjoikIoii Assurauao" nobody Is entirely 1'ospootnbld j In the "Jilt" ovou tlio acknowledged j pariahs at" society have some /little re deeming . quality, while .most: of tho people avo extremely charmlngi' . Compare,tho , unscrupulous ad venturer Du/.alo with the. chivalrous adventurer O'Hara,, tlio manly student Geoffrey Tudor with tlio raokotty studont Charles Courtly,''the horrible old 'rtrnd.- Sir Maroourt Courtly, with the lilgh-mljided Colonel Tudor, and you aoo at 01100 that Mr. Douctonult lias betaken himself to a different world, and has oarrlod .hla characters with him. If Dolly Spanker and Lady Gay wore oorrootly lltnnod forty-four years ago, society must have ohangod vastly to mako Slrlludlolgh Wood stock and Lady Mlllloont good llk'onoss...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Melbourne's New Tramway. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

Melbourne's New Tramway. Tun laying ol! the cVbld'•I'diulJn : Melbourne murks an epoch In thu city's judvuhooinoub. When /'completed, the ■ podoabt'lun can bo hastened toward his destination, though mlloa from tho oontro of tho city, at tho rate of abvon and ono-half mllos pbr hour, ami at blib small oost of *' thrlppunoo," Thouioblvo power ■will' bo ondluaa' oublos of wlro driven by abeam., ,The ouhlo runs lib a, groove sunk botwoon tho rails, antl. tho power la convoyed' bo tho carriage *by moans of a lover In'the hands of tho guards. Whoua slop Is made bhoolutoh la rolouaod and tho brakes applied. Tho carriages run almost nolMoloHMly and a gong will bo.plaood In ouch to warn cureless poduabrluns and drivers of its appvoaoh. Itlohinond road lino la noarlng oomplo- tlon. An " Ago " re porter recently Interviewed Mr. J. B. Ouaobolb, the aupor-lntondont'. " ; The plubo laying 1h now going oh In. tho lunula of Mr. .J. B, Oaaobolt, who la directly ongagod by tho Tramway Com pany to sup...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

Sporting Gossip. 1 A ciroupah lins boon issued contain ing now rulos proposed to bo adopted by.tho Victorian Olub. Tho oommfttoo is^ to . consist' of seven members, three to form a quorum, arid they are to have the powor to call upon overy member, every twolvo months, to submit him self for re-election. Some 'dissatisfac tion has boon oreatod by this proposal, as it is polntod out that any two of tho committeo who ontortain a feeling of spite Jagainst a member, can call upon him to seek ro-eloction. Bob Sutton, tho English bookmaker, has wagered £50 that if ho is sum moned for cash hotting ho will bo fined and another £50, that if ho appeals against tho decision it will bo rovorsod. A WKtt-KNOWN amateur tralnor of horsos was standing in front of Gartou's tho other day, talking to an old trainer ns to tho powers which tho former possessed in tho art of training. Ho said ho had Doon to college and studied Latin and Groolc, as well as Astronomy, Pointing to a star in the, Iloavons, ho ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Society. Forthcoming Events. Announcements of Coneerts, Balls, Entertainments, Meotings Bazaars, and Exhibitions, will be [?]aserted without oharge. FRIDAY, JULY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

Forthcoming Events. AiiikmiikkmikiiiI-x of OmwuHn, llull«) KiiIiii'IiiIiiiiioiiIh, MooMiikh .UiiK/mrn, /mil KvIiIIiIiIoiim, will lin Inmirtml wIMinnl. olmi'tfo, I /■ < JfttTOAY, iTtft.Y JJ1, Uriiwi'-iT.—Bt.tou TirnATiiK s Mr. Ohurlos Harding's Bono fit'.. v--| t ,i (, I Oonokut.—Conaort and BalI, Bfohmptul Town.;Hal I, In aid of tha family ol! the Into dohn M'ahotv . ; SoorAr,.—North Park Football Club Annual Social,' Hotham Town Hall,' '' 1 '■ ; . • • : ! . -r. . "» t' •*»{"■' . 'I •si ^ i f ' ';' | : i »• ^ SATUUDAY, AUGUST 1, j Tiiuatuks.—TiiKA'i'nn Boyat. j "Tho .Till.." Buou Tuhatiik! Wrestling Match. ' OinaiA JTouhio; ".Back from Mia Grave." Nubriw TiuoATiunr i ' Christy's Aorlal Boautlos. St, 'Gjiohcih'h Hai.t,': Ntnorson's Minstrels. . , 1 1 . Backs,r-.Goolong.Rowing Club Winter Mooting, i, ? ■ Conokut.—Kowalsld's Concert, Town.Hall, i , j ' Monday, Auciust 3. t ' ' j TrruATitns :—Bijou Ti m Avail : '' Forgot Mo Not." BNTimTAiNMUNT,—GlohfarrloYoungMon's Liter ary ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Governesses. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

Governesses. "YVrc remember, a long timo ftgo, tho song— <• "Wanted a Govornoss," but, nil tbnt, wo ovoi' hoard nbout, fcbo relation botwoon tho supply and demand in tbo governess market has boon put into tbo sbntlo by tbo facts,stated in a little book latoly published in Germany, entitled—u 'Ons Gouvornnntonwoson in England : Eino Wnrnung" ''(govdrnbssos1 lifo in England a warning).' The trials of tbose poor croatures who follow this ill paid but gontpol occupation, aro graphically set forth, Tho " agencies" and systonyof Ooxportn_ tion" nro shown up unsparingly, and tlio over whelming competition is avell described by tbo following anocdoto. A doctor recently,advertised in tbo Times for a governess for bis daughter, and on tho second dny after the advertisement ap peared wroto to beg tbo oditor to spare him from any more replies, for in twonty-i'our hours bo bnd recoived 1300 lettors ! What a world of com parative poverty among oduentod wornon in •Europo does not this f...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Balls and Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

Balls and Entertainments. RETURN BAET, TO THE MAYOR AND MAYORESS OE PitAtmAN.—-The "return ball" givon to tho Mayor and Mnyoross of Prahran (Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Taylor), oh "Wednesday evening, at tho local Town Hall, .was a succoss In every particular. About four hundred cotiplos woro prosont, . and all wore unani mous In their admiration of tho tasteful and artistic docoratlons. A very pleasant, broak in tho ovonlng was mado at ton o'clock, when Mr. Gooch, on bohalf of the councillors, presented ( to tho Mayor a handsomoly illuminatod address, and to tho Mayoress a mngniflconb bracelet, Tho gifts wore suitably acknowledged by the Mayor. Dancing was not con fined to the main hall, but-was indulged In in the library upstah's, an electric boll being used from one hall'to tho other in order to time tho two orehosti'as. Tho-band was under the baton of Mr. Boom, and on livened: the assemblage ■ with airs from the latest operas.;; Shortly aftor nine o'clock, tho first sot was formed, and c...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 31 July 1885

• Engagements, 'mibs Doha TcntNiaiti sooond clnuglitor of tho lata Do|nity Postmastor-Goiiornl, Is engaged to Mr, William Smith, sou ol! Mi'.'f. Gray Smith of Windsor. , Mima,JUdt'itc Hooci of St. Kllda, ,Ih ongngad to bo married ita. Lieutenant Bobby, an oltloor iii,;tlio Indian • 90r,Vloci, 1. j • Tirn ongagomont Is. annonnoomont ol! Mian Kato: Lty/jarus,, soaond du ugli tor ol! Mr, J. Ln/arus oil " Olan toff," , Clarendon Stroofc, 38nst Molbonrno, to Mr, Mon tague Lflvy of" Taltnn,", Ylotarln Parade, Tho dntoof the umrrlaga has not yet boon definitely arranged, , Mil. Firap. Baniiv, son of Mr. Dan by, of Danbyand GUmpur, In 13H/,abotli-stroot, Is ongngod to Miss fsabollo Dickson of Caulliold. • .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 August 1885

N OW OR NEVER ! G UK AT OLIOAllTNG SALE AT <5*r HAllLM S'S TOBACCO A11 CADE, -U'orMi of TOBACO ONI ST'S GIOODS4 to lia CJL'IO All ifl D at): an EN O II MOUS BAOlt 1 KIOE, Vn oontioquunco of I t A BB 1S Hi Oo. retiring from tho Eolnll Trada. IRRESISTIBLE FACT ! ! Tho G HE ATMS T SALE over known hi Melbourne of FANOY GOODS, ALBUMS, SEAL, PLUSH AND LEATHER BAGS, And all kinds of English and Continental Novelties, 'V?r nltVuT0'1A1 nrming Sacrllloo, at Harris's Boolilvo Paiioy Bazaar In iionmiinuinmi ol' vntlWnK from tlio llotitU '.I'iwIii, s, « rn as £0 & CO t* CO Fri ^ 5 ir> © Glooo news for tho Shnkspoaro Society. A hook has been found In Am or lea by a Mr. Guntliar, containing an autograph of! tho Hard, whloh strikingly resembles tho signatures, to tho will, J may montlon, In tills eonnoablonpthab Gordon's Diary Is published at one guinea. No Iohn than 1100 oopios aro on their way out lo Mr, Million) of Collins streat, who ox pools to have to '• aslc for moro" b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 August 1885

A. J. HALL (20 YEARS WITH PAUL THOMAS,) POR/TERI OF FIRS T-GLASS and dies' and Gentlemen's Boots Made to Order. CASH PRICES. 1 SWANSTON STREET 41 (Between Flinders Lane and Collins Street). ■fflS£r Guaranteed- Pure Tea Eull CCCeiglit One Founl "EMPIRE" are splendid value— In 51b. and 101b. Caddies, and lib and lib. Packets. TRY TH E M I JPour Standard Qualities, in nvtt weight Caddk A QUALITY—olb. caddies, 901b, oases... 101b. cnddios, 801b. cases HAVE MAGNIFICENT QUALITY ntt a t,i'Pv 011309 B QUALITY—51b. caddies, 90lb. cases 101b. caddios, 801b, cases TASTE THEM I ZVJ-il'J A-UCSU-Lj U X iilj X XJUitJU— W-V DRINK THEM.- u Ask your Grocer for Them. 1@> lib. and lib. packets, (iOlb. casos. QUALITY—5lb. caddies, 901b. casos... 101b. caddies, 801b. oases... lib, and lib. packets, (iOlb." cases, ARE ABSOLUTELY PURE— QUALITY—5lb. caddies, 901b. cases IOlb. caddies, 801b. casos ,11b, and lib, packets, 001b, cases, and Ikivhetx ) BEST j QUALITY. ) SECOND J QUALITY. 1 THIRD' f QUALITY. |...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 August 1885

P. GEORGE, llNETMAKER AND JOINER, % Sf' 0 <6 ,3 ^ i & .3 yj s „ O w W +j _P_j 3 SW 7i d/ f/i als 1 Qj ' ' *H i, i > > > Eh ftijio Go, 7o, 71Z and, 74, |GH STREET, ST. KILDA ISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS, —317 and. 31.9 — ItJRKE STREET EAST. IsTOTIOB. !. KKU D. M AUDSLE Y, ill thanking his ITiunds ancl tho public for tlioir! ifchiess and courtesy to him during the' it live, months, bogs to inform them; It lie has entirely sovorod his oonuoo-; i with the (inn of. Alex. M'lCinioy & Printers, 50 Quoon-sbroob; and also,; |t he is no Avay connoctod avibli tho "Telbourno Bulletin" either as pro-; plop or munnaor, SI JJ. E. EDWARDS, TELEPHONES, '4 ELECTRIC BELLS. .41 MEDICAL BATTERIES.1 trio Bolt* uuil 'i'ulo lus oi'oatoil at sliortast Cgijonia! Telephone "Exchange— "ot^^u,^lu'uf LITTLE COLLINS STREET, NKAtt lUlrtSKI.I, S'CKKKT. ;. "■•Jbtr. Into Mi1. Edward Ohurslcy, of the ill' Messrs. Kliugundur, Chavsley atict Bfxou, Melbourne, solicitors, by his will, behind...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 August 1885

fit II !MJI]Kj||f*|B&W{ p / Mfrl/i '—h SIWpbI M 1 ■f i in ■J £§1 1 ImMtt&Mvl A " Illf H /--MmBS «■! SfiaBilll lllim l«$^rrTT?5 /MlKmmMiH^ilfW HMiH 11 ■Hf «PM HI 1 Km ■V".' '1 if \ 1 in^l inflKfl H MM ll£j ■HHul IHk ■jSil ■B

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 August 1885

& JOHN J. SAQUI Proprietor. 74 MORAY ST. SOOTH IIIBOIIRI. Importer of Segars &Leaf Tobacoo N.B.—AU Goods Manufactured from the Finest Imported Leaf. < SMOKE Trade Union 3d Ci_ . dS 1GAr 3d j" :n 10 a t it .10 it o v a l. Uitcloi' tlio maiingomoat of Mcmhi'n, Wll llatunon, Qiiviiui' unci Muagi'ovu. Troaaurar... ... Jhh. 10. Muuro. nouaicjAuivr hioahon. TlflM mi I DAY') 10 V10NI.NO, Y TH10 aOLLIOION II AWN.. ' Tlflfl CIOLLIOION UAWK. f lu i't'opamUou AE.IIAl:t-.NA-lJOCI U10. Jlox [ilrtti ojiciti dally at Allaa'a, Oai'rJagoa at II. H. 11. I I Alt WOOD, Gouoml UtinlmwH Maifagor, HER MAJESTY'S OPERA HOUSE <Xs AMYiaON. . SA'fuBDAYV. AUa UBT 8, Grand Oampllmoiitary Jlonollt to Mil. GUOltGlO DAIllllflLL. : THE SUNNY SOUTH. Aothif/ Miinaf/or <$' 'JMoatturor, L, J, Jju/ir 0 1 J 0, U THE A T 1X13. .Lassoes ... Messrs. Majaronl and Wllsou, 8ub«Lossoo Miss Ganovlovo Ward, WARD-VERNON SEASON. A grand atid enthusiastic reoptlon was tondorod oa tha o...

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Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 7 August 1885

Before t|e durtsain. Tup " Oolloou lluwii" Is so far bho loasb sublsfaotory oil the pratiitobious ot! bho IMolloloUUlb HOUHOU. Tl'UO lb Ih bllUb Ml'i IHouolouulb plays " Mlylos na Ooppaloon " jusb us well us lie did whim ho 11 rsb pro duced the play In London, fivo andibwonby yours ago, True also, bliub Dlou Houai ouulb, bho younger, plays Danny Miuin bwutibybliousand blmos nobbor bliuuJildmuud Ifuloouor played lb, bo say uobhlng ol! bho i'uob bhub liu looks like a handsonio boy who lias boon Injured, whilu Mr, Falconer's ap pearance was hldoously ugly and suporua buvally old, Miss Dotioluaiilb Is a charming lOllyO'Oonnor, simple, beautiful, and arbls blo i bub, allbor all, nob only inferior lu slrougbh bo Mr, IHouolouulb In bhasamopurb, bub also dollolonb In some oil bho oxuulsibo fcouohoa wldoh mado bho older lady's , " Oolloon .Buwn" a bhlug bo bo roiuom borod for ovor, Miss Thomas sooinod norvous and 111 ab oaso, and thuroforu did nob do justice- bo herself. Miss Thomas had bo b...

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