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Passenger List. SHIPPING. Passengers leaving Melbourne for Europe. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Passenger List. ; Smi'i'iNo.; fiifmoiiKoiH loavliiK Molliouriia for Euvopo. Tlio' following liorsotis 'linvo ongngod passages for England una olsowliora, (luring tlio: past waok i For Pontusutnr and OrloutnlStoutusIdp Ooinpnny'a, : " Indus,"; lonylng Atolbouruo on HOtli Inst, - • For London.—Airs,' Nloli'oM Mr.- W/S. Sutton Mrs. Stowurt. u, >■' : . ■ ■ For s.s, " Llgurlu," lanving Molbourna on 10th • ' ■ ' July. ' For, London.—Mr. Wood, Ml*. 0, A. Tlmtohor, Por Fnolflo malt stantuslilp "Zolnndln," louvlng , . SydHoy on tho ,10th prox. , . Mr. W. S. Tnvorlll, Hon. N. Fttsgomhl. Mrs. Billing mid s#n, nnd Mr, J, A. Ilouorron. AtUlIYAT.S AND DRI'AIITUIUIH. ' Por Orlont a,s, '• Oir/oo," whloh louvos Molbourno for Loudon on tbd 2Qtli lust, Air. F, O. Lowla nnil Mrs. Lowla, Sir Win. Hosto nnd Ludy 1fosto, Ituv, CI, Wllllunis, Mr. A, Hnrb luuu, Ilov. P. J. O'Konfo, Mr. J.'H. Stovons, Mr. G-. S. "Xuillo, Dr. Bohttto, Airs, iHolilon nnd two , oldldron,(Mr. AtoKonr.lo nnd olilld, Airs, nnd ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Titles for Australians. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Titles (for Australians. ||||^- cikntlk shower of titles has descended on $Uho Axistrnlian colonios, g|addomng^lip .hearts. of Mho vooipiontH, exciting a little .flxxttor,,ofexpecta ^idion in live minds'of thosp who believe tliattlieir ^inru oorue ■ next,' nnd^nxtmsing a feeling of, ilp'^Ttfuid disappointment in those xvlio consider they have beoiuhupvopovly. passed ovor in tlio. j.Uday diitribxition . of • lfdnoi^tr,^]By;--and--bye; ighthoodit and companionships will have become p I'ornmoii in this part of tho" world that any, van of vnjjrk. who. remains undooorated ..will have vnson i.o lie proud .of -the distinction * - And all | tie nioro ho because thliif 'ornament , which the ihM.G. or the K.C.M.p-. is pi'iviloged, to wear, POA flll, ifer.einohial - occasions is, in the,;majority, i tinsliin«»!a,i.'avrooo^nition. of political prominence ..eri.il y. v ivTow^ifli'e' qxiajities wliichVenable a man, .v actpxii u )i,ppsition of .this 'kind^ ••.£Oinc>~ ■ hat ('"iruiioiiplaco char...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
June, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

June, 1885. WJiut\s tho Intogt.fi'otii. Pni'is or London, WpinpidlyhoiuHhrough tho oablo ; What is'done in t]io $oudan, (or undone,) ' To giitiss' by somo moans wo avo ablo ; And this is 110 Talk ol! tho.Tablo. , What .Russia avows ds to Horat, . A "lio" ,in plrjin jOnglish wo laboh; , That Jfnglisliinon- fool somowhat quoor at Mr. Gladstone's holiof in tho fablo All tlds is tho Talk of tho Table. What Parliament talks about doiiig ; " A law-making1 Tower of Babol-— What storms in rocoss have boon browing : .Is tlio Ministry fodblo or stnblo ? All this'is: tho Talk of tha Table. What's tho nowjistnow opora and notor, Just heralded frosh in tho playbill ; And whether-tlgi houso will bo packed, or To draw they'll bo rather unnblo ;— ''All this 'is 'tho Talk of tho' Tublo. riio arts, lottors, fashion, society, 1 Wo'd hoar of, and spoak of, if ablo, Mio world, with its)vast, bright, variety, . Crowd tho columns and make up a gay bill And this is tlio Talk ofltho Table. L'lion hark to th...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rough Language. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Rough Language. People who wore fortunate enough to weather tho measles, tho whooping cough, and othor ailments incidental to youth, and who are consequently alive to-day, have much to be gratoful for, thanks to the perseverance Science has displayed in removing the obstacles which rendered the lives of our ancestors somewhat slow. Amongst other things, wo have har nessed tho lightning, and though it is somewhat a loose and unreliable character, and shows a disposition at times to kick over tho traces, yet it docs an immense amount of work in the 'shortest timo on record. Tho most onerous duty which electricity is called upon to perform is the bearing of messages along the bottom of the deep blue sea, and in this capacity its pranks are most conspicuous. Tho newsjrajiora are kind enough to inform us when tho' line is " interrupted," but they never tell'us when the cable has gone on a " bust," so to speak, and is therefore unreliable. Perhaps after all, the bewildering effects are du...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Satirical Opera. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Satirioal Opera. mm U i« the styla of Miltou from that of other poets thut halt ii dor.fcu linos from kbi pou would bo He good as lila signature, and now-a-daya tlio .name thing can bo said i with oqtuil truth, of Mr. Gilbert, . Ho is uniquo among "i tho writers,of to-day, arid possesses n peculiar stylo of i!, his own, wli'ioh no ono 1ms mi yet. 1...en able to Imltato. A u In tho oarlior part of his career ho wrote clover satirical " * I a; omodios and burlosquos, in both of which his strong hlidivldutil stylo Is noticeable, but it was only when ho Wirnmorinofl to write ntiorns in rum in notion wi tli Kir Jwimmouced to svrltc operas in con junction with Sir Tlrthur Sullivan that he found his true place. ,, ] place. ,i No ono "Anv-a-diiyaA-at least, not oponly—is a convert to tho f'doctrine "of motompsyohosis, yet wore such 1 a belief " i 'WMWhwnk It would not be hard to beliuvo that tho soul . , Aristophanes had transmigrated into the body of Mr. *5!*; = albert. Tho witty Greek who...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Russian Generals in Central Asia. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Russian Generals in Central Asia. Gkn.UHATj IvOMAnoi'F,—Alexander AVlssarioiiowitscli Komaroff, who has boon so much talked, about of Into, and whoso action In the groat pon-and-dospatch war kept all Europe and Asia in agitation for throe weeks, is the second of four brothers, who have all played a part in the Russian army. A. AV. Komaroil, the " Conqueror of the Afghans," was born in 1828, and oducatod in one of tlio St. Potorsburgh Cadot Corps, Ho finished' his studios there in 18-10, entered the rogimonb of Jiigor Guards, and with it took part in tho Hungarian war. Afterwards ho attended the General Staff Academy, which he left with good results in 1S55 in order to enter the staff of the Oardooorps, but only for a short time, for i- 1856 ho wont to tho Caucasus, There from 1856 to 1859 ho took an active part in tho battles with tho mountaineer's. Ho romalncd in the Caucasus, and from that time until the 80 th March of tho presont year took no further part in any battles or ongago...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Plays and Players. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

pia$ aqd piagei'0, MasLuouHNia boasts of throe distinct ancl wealthy theatrical managements—Mossrs. Williamson,1 Garner, and Musgrovo (the Itoyal and Princess); Mossrs. ltignold and Allison (I-Ior Majesty's Opora I-Iouso): Mossrs Major on! and Wilson (Bijou); and it would do difficult to discriminate as to which is the most distinguished for doing tho loast to popularise tho drama. Playgoers fancied tliomsolvos seurvily treated when Mossrs. Coppin, Iiarwood, and Stewart composed tho Thespian triumvirato and convortod tho Koynl into what tho profession descrlbod as tho family vault, but thoso gentlemen comparatively speaking wore princes in thoir own way, and woro the moans of introducing real talent to the colonies and of encouraging native ability. Tho class of entertainment produced at a theatre reflects, not so much tho tastes and inclinations of tho people.as tho character and capacity of tho gentlemen constituting tho management. It maj' bo true that dramatic catoring is just a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
My Lady Disdain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

My Lady Disdain. " Wlmbi my dorm Lu'ly DMaln, mo yon nflll Uvliiff V" SllAKIWl'HAHK, Sho's n awoob llbblo damaol of twenty, A mlxbu.ro of sadnosa and fun, Of lovors I know alio haa plenty, This sorrowful rhymer la ouo. If. only on mo sho'd bako pity, My highest dollghb I'd abbaln, For I'm bub a olork In tho olby ; And alio la—my Lady Dladaiu. I know vory woll aho'a abovo mo, Aa far' aa tho aun or tho moon ; To think such an angol could lovo mo, Would bo far boo much of a boon, If I wirobo an amorous ditty, Sho'd burn lb I know In a llamo ; For I'm bub a olork In bbo clby, And alio la—my Lady Dladaiu. I droam of lior wlvllo I am writing, Or poi'lng o'or aomo logal flaw ; My fubui'o caroor alio la blighting, I lovo hot* Instead of tho law : No knowlodgo from Coko or from Ohltty, This rliymor la ablo to gain; For I'm bub a olork In bbo olby, And alio la—my Lady Disdain. Alaa 1 If I only had money, A oouplo of thousand a your ; To mo sho'd bo swoobor than honoy, Nor think that my manner...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Musical Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

.'•The "Jersey Lily" polka, composed by P. IIowe ■ expressly for Mrs. Langtry, is becoming .very popular in London. It is being played with great- success 'every evening at the Globe and Avenue theatres. A VAPHAiiEE violin rocontly changed hands, which was formerly ownod by tho late Mr. John Hall, father and prodocossor of tho present conductor of tho Ade laide Thoatro Iloyal Orcnostra. It has boon purohnsud for Master -£3vorard of St. Potor's Cathedral Clioir, Adolaido, by a- few of his admiring friends. The Orchestral Union of Hobart, conducted by Horr Schott, formerly of Melbourne, has collapsed after many years existonoo. Pad administrative management apponrs to havo been tho causo of its failure. Tho Phil harmonic Society, conducted by Mr. F. A. Packor, is thus m full possession of the fiold at Hobart. Mr. J. "VV. Davison, the husband of Madame Arabella Goddard, has died at Margate. Ho was for more than 25 years the musical critic of tho 'Tivwx, and held a similar post for some...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Real Love Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Real Love Stories. No romanoor has ovor put too much romanoo Into a lovo utory. Lovers are flo foolish, mid friends ho med dlesome, joatoUHy 1m ho strong", mid passion ho powerful, that tho humdrum oxlatonoo of oommonpluoo rnou mid women grows, oh this period of tliolr ltvaH, into little poems that ond swootly or Badly an tho I'atoa will. Old Aunt Brown, G randma .Tonos, Miss Flutter, tlio dross malcor, all have their little Htory, if they could but toll It, though your young eyes would open wide at tho notion that they wore ilttlng horolnoa for lovo talos. Up amongst tho mountaliiH llvod. somo yoarH ago, a man who loved a young girl fondly In Ills youth, His mother, howovor, did not llko hot'. Tho old lady kept tho post olHoo atid Ititorooptod tliolr lottora. Tho match was brokon off. Tho girl marrlod some ono olao. In tlmo aho was a widow. Hor old lovor waited for a whllo and thon wroto to hor, bogging hor to romombor that ho had always loved hor, and was atlll truo, Agnln tho mot...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Miscellaneous. Madame Mouchette's Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

FJigcellaqeoug. Madame Mouchette's Exhibition. A very largo and f asliionablo gathering, consisting principally o£ ladios, took place on Tuesday at Madame Mouchetto's class rooms, Collins-stroet west, for the purpose of inspecting a variety of paintings, tapestry work, and drawings, the work of Madame Mouchetto's pupils. The exhibits in all numbered about 200, and amongst them wore some beautiful water color paintings on china and wood, oil paintings both' on canvass and terra cotta, and hand-paintod fans. During the afternoon Lady Loch, accompanied by the Missos Loch and Lady'Clarke, visited the exhibition and inspected with close attention the various paintings, &c., and expressed herself as much pleased with what she had seen. Prior to Lady Loch leaving the building, she pre sented oight silver medals as prizes to the following ladios for tho excellent manner in which they had prepared their exhibits :—Miss Duret, for a tapestry mantel border ; Miss 15, Rigby, for a tapes...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Metropolitan Liedertafel. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Metropolitan Liedertafel. ■In? the course of a Few days the members of tlio Metropolitan XiiedertafoL will liolcl thciiy hundredth concert, mid as the event is one of mueh: importance, showing how musical tastes have developed in Victoria during, the "last fifteen years, a few particulars eon-1 ceraing the history of the Liedertafel may be eon sldorod of I uterus!,, 'J'Iiu Metropolitan Llodoidafol', ■< which inuy fairly olalm Ici' Viu thu parent 'dS'dnVwIoai societies In this oolouy, was,originated In bhciyoiir '.IM70, when bwol vo gonblomou Unndod theinsolvos logutluir undor the name of tiliu Hmil.li Yarrn Llodurtul'ol, and gave a series of very siioooHsful. eonoorls, undor Mio onn duabnrshlp of Mr. Julius ilqtv,, t.ho' present musical 'director of the Metropolitan.'■ Llodortafel, ,11- mu.v,' however, bo mentioned that, prior to 1870 there existed la Melbourne a small 'Society untitled the Clormait Llodortafel, liut am the rules laid down for (lie guidance of members Ins...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Music and Musicians. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

I W|u^ic and lyjiigiciang. Is* introducing myself to the roadofs of Talilo Ttilh, I do so with nil the nervousness attached to a first public appearances "on any stago," but with the full confi dence that once the reader lins glanced through my opinions, he will fool and bo convinced that everything ■I will say comes through the channel of conviction, aided by sufficient knowledge to speak with authority. And ' this authority is earned by a long rosidonce in those colonics, and by the deep interest 1 havo always taken in the true clovolopment of musical art and culture in the highest sense .of .tho word, .Having boon brought up in:the centres of musical art in Europe, and having hnd the advantage for many years 'of breathing" the pure atmosphere of pure artists, it grieves mo to see -what a strango standpoint tho musieal critias of the Melbourne papers have taken for many yoars, I go so far as to assert that the present deplorable state of appreciation of the best .kind of music is ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Herr Pabst. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Herr Pabst. On the occasion of tho lOObh conoort of the Metro politan LiedortaEal a pianist and coin poser named Louis I'abst will nuiko his first bow to a colonial uudionoo. How I'abst was born at KoiJnigsborg, Germany, in tiio year 1847, and was educated at a collogo in that town until teaching tho ago of 18. At that time, as ho showed oonsidornbla musical talent, ho was placed in charge of tho two well-known masters, Itubenstoin and Hulow, for a porlod of about two years, after which ho made a to.ur through Germany, concluding with a visit to England, whore ho took part in soma of tho phil harmonic eoneorts which woro then being produced at fixator Hall, undor the aonduotorship of Sir Julius llunadlot. Having visited Liverpool and tho sovornl other largo ocutros of population in England, ho paid a visit to Itussla, and was tharo invited by the Govern incut to found a Oonsorvatoiro of Music at Biga, whora lie rcmainud as conductor for a period of about four years. Horr I'abst then...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Herr Kruse. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Herr Kruse. On.VOMUTAtfUHll'M.n JioiT ./ullHIIfl SoOllllllllH Kl'IIHU, WllO gllVO Uto lll'st oil II HOI'loS of OOllOOI'tS III; fcllU Town if till on tho 2flfch Inst.., is fclio.mm of Mr. John Kruso, Mm wull-known ritidl.vt.iuuL alioiulMl; ol! JfltKroy, Kruso, Junior, who is mow looked upon ns otio of fcho furuniosfc mumbors of Mio iiiusloul profussloii, was liorii at. 207 .ltourko street oast hi fclio your I Holt, and at hIx . yuut'K old wiw put; to loam the violin imdoi' fcho Insfcriio lion of II of i' Hlohtof, Tho early lessons prod hood speedy results, Mm pupU being pussosHod ol! Iiifciiltlvo poroop , Moii/i of u^fci'iiordlnary kooiiuoss, and In loss Mum fcwolvo mouths Knwo plnyod iti piddle, wliou ho rooolvud 'qulfco an ovation. At fcwolvo yonrs ol; ago Ivruso was oiigagod amongst tho llrst violinists ol! fcho oporu, and look fcho keenest dollghfc in fcho purforinanoo, because ho ooiild road ho many •barn ahead and bonv fchoin In momory, playing thoia oorroofcly -while ho gave I...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wards in Chancery. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Wards in Chancery. QiijBKHT and Subbivan's " lolnntho " serves two purposes as did also tholr promlor work " Pinafore." It burlesques tho Mouse of Poors to an extent 'hat lends us to won dor how tho ploco passed muster with tlio Lord Ohnrabolatu ius licensor oil plays, How tho tirnos hnvo nttorod, la what nay old stayer must say on sooing things ns thoy nra with tho remembrance of what thoy 01100 wore, Such books as Grog produces in his "Orood of Ohrlatoudotn" and tho liko—whioh are copied by Ylsaount Anuboloy and Justice 'Williams— aro but re-hashes of Palno'a " Age of Reason." They would hnvo entailed pimishmont lit bye-gone times, yet aro now fashlonablo. Such burlesques of the Admit."Ity and of tho House of Lords as are " Pinafs. e " and "lolnntho," would have lit our forefathers' days, boon punished by tlio pillory. Such result would have fol lowed on their printed publication only,for (hoy would novor have been permitted to see oven a firs/, night on tho stngo. Wo have passod ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Beautiful Life. EDWARD ERNEST VILLIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

A Baaufifhl Lff'rt :i3inVATH3 JOl t N.MH'I1 Vl IVLMilllH. Hut 11 onr.v Taylor, In bin 44 autobiography" just pub llshod, makes mention of tho Vllllors I'liiully, with many of, wliom ho was familiar in his uarly days. Thoro wore six brothers, tho oldest being itJttt'l of Clarendon. Thomas Myc'lo Vllllors wash follow-elork of Honry Taylor's lit tho CJolotifivL OfUoo, Montague Vllllors wrist Bishop of Durham, Thoro was otto slsloi', Lady Theresa Villlars, wlio afterwards married Hit' Georgo Oornowall Lewis, Olmuoullor of tho Exohoquor, mid who was ono of tho most accomplished tvnd brilliantly Intellectual woman of hot* time. Of Edward Eruast Vllllors, ono of tho younger brothers, Honry Tnylor writes !•—" His sweet friendship wnst tho tronsuro nnd tho oliitrm of my mlddlu ago." Tito two wot'o Jonathan nnd David j nnd although Honi'y Taylor gives but alight notlooH of his friend, ho tolls us enough nbout him to show that Edward Villlars wns ono o.f tho noblest nnd loftiest ohnrnotors thn...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

'/'-M pBi>0onaI. 'I'M $ sv-u? .J Mrs. Ci. H, PEARSON, of " Hdlouro," Toornk, loaves own for Lllyihvlo shortly.. •. » jvi it, W. J. Gemig. woll known about " Tlio Hx |htingo," 1" expected back in Melbourne about the and Sf October. 1 ■ 11 H'?S§ On August 8th, Miss GotigvIovo Ward, Mr. \V. H. 'wioninii, and company, will oommonoo a short farowoll (H§fm«on at tha Bljpu Theatre, 'fell® M it. J. H. Hicikie, manager of. the Tlioatra Eoyal, ' 'JfiBrlsbaoa, lias boon, spotidlng a few days in Molbourno. w ":1a has now loCt for Sydnoy. Mrs, and tho two Misses .Toilray, of " Davorgllla," I'oorak, loava noxt month for Switzerland, and tlioy will reliably not to turn to Molbourno for soma yoars. Captain Inp has boon ovdorod by tho Cabinet to SjuuonsoHiTl for tho noxt throe yoars. Ho has nlroady "tartod, and Mrs. Ind Is to follow shortly, On May 20th, at his rosldoncio, Walbourna Valo, outonbiiry. Tasmania, an old gontloman named Ilonry ruwulng died at tho advanood ago of 105. Mrs. 0. J. Egber...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Visits to the Studios. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Visits to the Studios, In II wealthy community like o(trs, Art soonor or 'inlor must take a prominent position In tho tastus of I,ho people. I " bbo onrllor days of tho oolony tho groat obluot ofi all was Wto "main chance," but now tho [hoi'im and daughters ol' those whoso toil has boon richly 'rewarded, luvvii both time ancl monoy to dove to to tho [cultivation of | tho highor Arts and I „ Soloiioos. Thoao IiiIho, whoso ways have not boon ho fortunate, haro boon | enabled by our Schools of Design to develop in a groat | degree tho lovo of Art, which, it In gratifying to fool, is [fast becoming uulvorsnl nraongHt fcho rising gonoration, In vlow of thu rapidly inoronslrig. demand for good [pictures, It Is 1K)t to bo woudorod that tho number of ! Studios In this city is considerable, It in purposed In thoHo " VIhUh to tho BbuclioH " to glvo just a glimpse Into the work at prononb on tho onsets, without giving any proomlonoo to thoao known or unknown to famo, Mr. GoikIwin Lowls ban ju'...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 26 June 1885

Chateau Tah-billc "Wines. Prize Medals : Philadelphia ,. .. 1870 Paris ; ., 1878 "Molb, International Ebn.-1880-l Amsterdam .. .. 1888 Adolnido (Gold Modal) .. W8> Bordoaux .. .. .. 1°, (Highest Award—Gold Modal) Calcutta -- -- •• 18SI , "Eleven Awards opt of Twelve Samples submitted, includijife' Second Order of Merit—Highest Award obtained by any Colon"" Wine—for Hormitage. Wholesale and Rotail at— Town Cellars, 131 Collins Street West. [Advt.j

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