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Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

'Sudden Death. Mit, (!) uii'A iiU 10VUIJ, a moniber ol! blta company brought by Mr, Boiiclouult from the United States (says the Melbourne "Ago" ol! tlio 8 th lust;,), and who huh till nod the ehurnotor ol! Kinoholn In " Tho Shnughriiun," Mir Uudlolgh In " The JltL," ivticl Kyrlo Billy In " 'l'lio Oolluon Bawn," was tukon 111 on 'Wednesday morning wlbli a severe abtaok ol! pitcu moiila, :ilo was attended wlbli unremitting euro by Br, Morton, who, seeing bho matter was dangerous, uallod In Br, Fitz gerald, Tliodoobors ab onao recognised bho oasu us hopoloss, Mr, Byro dlod yosborday mornliig ab 0110 o'clock, alitor only forty hours of sulYorlng, :llo was a young Bug llshman, who oainuoub bo .Now York about six yours ago, whore ho was a valuod mombor of Mr, Wnlliiok's company. Ho loavos a widow and two children. Bvuryono droads bho torrlblo 'Pneu monia, lbs coming Is sudden, lbs tormina blon usually speedy, What causes bho borrlblo aoourgo I lb Is nob "In tlio ulr,"—InEootlous or oouba...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

A '.I'tiAiN and Ifauoy Droaa Hull, In aid of tliu funds of tlio Maryborough Hos pital, will bo hold hi Mi1, llurllug'a looal hull oil Wodnosday, Boptombor 2H, , I '.l)H, TuOKiilu l'ms thrown all I,ho fat In tlio 11 ro by bin remarks on our Lunatlo Asylums, Ho oondonins ovory arranga monb In oounooblon with thorn, from tlio buildings thomsolvua down to tho towola of tho Institution. Ho aaya bhab lb la all oaloulntod bo dotuorallao bho lutnutoa, and bo roudor partially Inaatio parsons aotn ploboly ho, Thla, oomlng from a gontlo mau of Bitoh wldo oxpoflonoo In lunacy inattora, would form a subloot l!or very aorlous oonaldorablon, bub bho gonbloiiian baa bho misfortune bo hall from Hydnoy, and our own looal sbaboamon only aoo ln,ib anobhor of blniao baao attempts from bho "Sydney aldo" bo Injuro bho prostlgo of Vloborla. Mr. Horry, howovor, whllo ex pressing Ills oonvlotlou- bhab bho abate monbs aro oxaggoratud, haa dobortuliiod bo not' on bhoiu ao far aa bo vialt bho liisbitu blona him...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

BELLINI'S Professional String, or Brass Band, Constating oE yirst-Ctusa Mustulivns Only. Town ,or Country. Any uumbor vaqulrod, Highest Tuatituonuls, Keacly Hill House, 94 MADELINE-ST., CARLTON

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Art of Entertaining. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

The Art of Entertaining. Tti.tstitj is no/art in the world so littlo studied or, understood as that of ontorl.aining one's friends. Foople imaglno that with fine rooms, good music, and bountiful nntl well-ordered refreshments, n party is bound to succeed. This is quite n:Tnistako. I have boon at entertainments whore tho rooms wore gloriously largo and lofty, tho music ;a' thing ft'o ? dream of, and tho supper arrangements porfoct ; but whoro tho prooood ings wore as " flat, stale, and altogether unprofitable" as a thraa-days-old glass of champagne. Tho success or non-success' of a party cloponds entirely on the pooplo who compose it, and bno of, tho ohioE reasons of the failuro of so many ontortainmonts is a want.of tact on tho part of tlio hostess in issuing her invitations. G uests arot frequently invited poll-moll, wlthoxat any regard as to whothor thoy will enjoy each other's sooloty. Of course, whoro thoro is an open broach between two. familios thoy are not invitod to the same...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

The effects on the digestion, of which so many people complain, Is 1'reqnently due to the excessive use ol! tea and coffee. Many, constitutions cannot stand this, even when the tea and coffee is the very best, wlilch in most oases it is not. A trial of FRY'S COCOA has proved inestimable to such people from its mild and nutritive qualities.—[Advt.]

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Table Tal^. jpiitiiAi'H tliu (pioorost way'ol! Inculcating u know-, j'o nl! cookery bvor known Is tli'n'b rosai'tod' boby'uj In otto "I! ihoHiii OoldnloH,'' ;'Sflio'ffl vos'i'hW daughters' go largo purllcw during: the ^uiuv jii'ovldliiff ovary-; Ik but suppbi'i '''Tlils lniH.bo' lib'pi'opiii'ocl.iiiicl oobltu'tll .oiiiik ladles luvliud, loiioliV'tu bbiiti'lljutu what'thcy! [bust utuko, and hovor'tlVo suinu'llt'liig twlao,'so'thut! llogroos tliu Hvhblo' 'a'tilliViiVy ho'Iohco should bo': do). Sturod. nAOY noted d'ar keeping hur"8unsliudu up in alii Ithoi'H was asked hor bto'asou for ho doing, i " Wliuni hie tiro not rumurkablo for won I tit or bounty j hiy |i'," wns Ll 10 reply,* !,, bhoy \vllMlnd that ' doors of j Poole' ttuiko way for an umbrella hvlion thoy would: Tor a lady." - il,! ) p'ii''i'UUi)NO.K was ruado lu UUhla 'J'tUh week to tlioj pitlslaotory character of i many publlo school • oxaml-' ions, and tho remarks fchon made have boon supplc-i tied by a correspondent ol! tlio...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Tjik selonco of medicine Is regnrdod as something dark and mystorious by the lay mind, and at times it must soom wholly inexplicable to its professors. For instance, somo months ago a pationt was dismissed from the Melbourne Hospital ns cured, and it now turns out that he car ried away with him a portion of the Hos pital furniture in tho shape of a silver tube carefully stitched up in his back. The circumstance is of a rather disquiet ing character, and its publication will no doubt give other Hospital patients an un comfortable sensation that they are the depositary of other surgical appliances. When auything is missing from tho insti tution. iu future, it would bo wise to hold a review of patients who had boon operated upon, and an ofEectivo search of their bodies could thou bo made by means of probos. It is simply reckless extrava gance to allow peoplo to carry surgical instruments about under thoir skins, and the practice should be abandoned at once. -'■■.'As the discussion on t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Brio-a-Bfae. [Oolloulud and AiTutiKud '»y PAUACtoN, Wsq.l ' ' ■ ", ■ Tll.w "strlko hiihiIii" Iihh Hpi'oud to tlio ■right'. llbblu Light llltlo Island oil '.l'liMinanla, whum Lhu bootiuakui'M' iiu'u Initialing thole Mulboui'nu bmlhui'M (.til Lhu (apHtouu,: JJuL itob Jlor .waguH,—-Oh clunr no I .Idvucy Taamauluni uuaatui' pays Ills Taamanlan tuoii bop peluua ) > noc am LIuj: houi'H oil work too long, (lortalnly not. What la Lhu mattui' Is that Lhu uiumIoi'm ltavu gcuwn guntuul. and want Lhu inuu to bo guntuul, ul.so, and Lhu inuu don't. llko unihi'oudi gontlllLy, Why should lliuy? L Jiavu a handbill boi'oi'o uiu In which Muhsch, Waxoiul and .11 cad awl oil Hchart Town,-humbly .ruquosL Lliuh' uuHtomoi'M to bu pntluut wldlu thuy got more hands, aa Lhulr inuu have Mtruok," not owing to any dlspuLu In rugard to " wagoL'but buoauau, INo Smoking, Had ibanguagu or 11 Swuai'lng waa allowud in Lhu woi'lcmom." I trust to Lhu udltor LodlcuuLbhaL lhu largest capitals may be-used to glvo emphas...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Photographic Artists, Photo.-Lithographors & Photo - fi ELIZA BETH-ST. meohanloal Printers, 109 "" Vl°w• mel^urne, P. GEORGE, [ETMAKEB AND JOINER, {Go, 70, 72 and, 74, STREET, ST. KILDA rs AND PHOTOGRAPHERS, -217 and, 21.9 — IICE STREET EAST. % E. EDWARDS" TELEPHONES, "JLectric BELLS, MEDICAL BATTERIES. I Tnlniilinnn ''''ut)trIu uoita ami Toio UIUIJIIUIIU phoiiOH orootod 11b alioftoat l||l')|i(')A liotlou la bualnoaa ami I. .-Si. prlrato bauson. [LITTLE COLLINS STREET, S NI..UI liu.ssijljl. ST1U3KT. PITCHER, CHESTER I'® and ao., (Sttmiussors Lo G IS UM AIN N10 HOLSON), itaIian warehousemen, ^liHOLESALE AND HIST AIL) Gttrs, Wine and Spirit i'® MERCHANTS. ' vis lEstablislied 1842 ■J ZABETH-ST i'wo (Uiors from tliol^otloml Bunk), ' fBXjBOTJRiiTH; 'ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ■ Mi .—Tho Suporloi'ltyof: tho Furs J inhabiting tho friglcl and i®M8sif , u zones of tlio northern homis ®i ill!llt3 universally acknowledged. tnuHs of tlieso furs lias caused be sought after in a manner 9...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Turn Verein Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Tlje Tuft] teiq Ball. 'I'lllii annual mask and fancy dross ball, given by tho nioniboi'8 of tlio Turn, Vorolu, waH hold in tho Jflxhl-j billon building, on Monday night. Tho uil'alr .was nj f jironounood success in ovory rospoot. The attendance was nuinorous, and I,ho costumes varied, novol, and In - >:many instances brilliant. - Till midnight tlio1 usual ttild- j . ootlnnoous 'program me was gone through, tho wholo of j i tlio company wearing masks, but a pleasing Innovation) ■ was introduced, in the shape of tlio onrhlWvl polonidso,' whloh was' 'the piano do -vm Manna. of. tho'o voning. A j largo "portion of tlio company marched1 around the room t in couples, and tlion, as by maglo, tlio oouplds 'woro. ■doubled, the ono lino going hi the contrary di rection'to1 tlio other. • Tlio couples then crossed , and re-crossed, according to a proarr/pigod • progmmmo, 1 tlio ' oJl'oot boliig very striking.' Tills portion'of-the entertainment! had boon oaroEully rehearsed beforehand, but i...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Green Room Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Green Room Gossip. Mn. DAmnsi/ii's Company sturtad for Adolaide yesterday. They are to appear in rlio Sunny South on Saturdaynext, and will follow-with the Squatter aud other plays. The Soason is ito last a month, nftor which Mr. Darrell goes to Sydney, whore he will succeed the Opera Company at the Opera Mouse. Managehs are already making engage ments with a view : to the Christmas competition, which will bo severo. The Alexandra and the Now Princess Theatre are both to be rendyby the end of the year; and with live dramatic' establish ments in full swing, there-ought to be no difflcultyin obtainingongngbments. What the managers will make out of it is quite another thing. • MR; Lithrow Jambs, a well-known baritone from London, husband of the fa mous Miss Florence St. John, is to play ■the Blaok Hover in Isidorn iri Sydney. Mr, Edo-AH Bruce is said to be quietly enjoying a pleasure trip among us. The loaso of the Bijou Theatre, wliioh Messrs. Williamson, Garner, and Mus gravo have ta...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Musical World. THE [?] TESTIMONIAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Wjugical World. Tim ll'mr/i Tnhtimo.vtai, (Joncm ■MIT, A OONOKltw boKltmliiK svlUi Motfiirh, biu'llng with MotidulHHohti, and taking In lloothovon, ■ Chopin; HhkI;, iuh'I HuluiboVt by tlio imy, must ho aoUuowloiin'od t,o aotinlnb ol! f^iod hiiihIo nl, liny rain | wliilo tlio iuuiioh ol!' Hiioli liiNt minoiUiUlHlH tiH Ki'umo, KowiiInUI, I'lfllHlod,1 •YaUnoiioy, ami' Oiirlnttii' Tuhoii, show bhilt tlio oxoott tants woi'a oqunt to tlio tuskn tluit thoy hiidiindartiikon. In 11 word, tlio progrnmino ol! tlio taatlmnulfd aonaort tondorod to Mis .JuIIiih it oh, by tlio mtislanl prol!os.sloii, wawa1 hIoi'Iouh 'omi,'niuV. was doU^htl'idly onrrlod out, O'C- luonwo" tlioro vviiH tbo'muoh ol! It, Thornalways Is oil tlioMO,optmitlona ) but tluib is tho iiimvnldiibln rostilb ol! an nppofil to Konoi'fil ffood I!ooIIiik In a aaso.llko this, whon pooplo l!aol that thoy liavo n rl^ht to bo ropro Houtad) and ara-luvrt II! thoy two lot-tout. Tina gotns ol! tho, ovonltig. wero i—1, Tho bountiful SoUubor...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Amateurs. This entertainment in connection with the Port Melbourne Cricket Olub, which, .was to.have taken place on Monday last, hasbuou postponed to the 18th'hist., in coiisoquenao of the death of the president. The following programme will be per formed by tlie Templar Surprise Party :— Boni^'P, Howard, P. Oofl'ey; Intorlootu ^tbrJ&jMr.S. Thornton j Alf. Brown ;. J. ifMeCSrlono, Part 1.—Salon de Etiophe. 'O venture, Tvitty .Darling, Templar Surprise Party; Song (comic) Willo Montrose, Mr. P. Howard; Ballad, Hear Old Land I'm Leaving, Mr, S. Thornton; Song (comic) The Hungry Man, Mr. Alf. Brown; Bal lad, When thuiLeaves' Begiri'to Turn,' Mr, P. , Munro ; Song (comic) Miss Brady's I'lmiotVirty, Mr. I1'. dolVuy; Hid lad, Tho HoHb T'rlolid 1m Mnthor, Mi'. 11. '.I'. Nairn! Hong (ootnlo) Tho Jo Hoy Chingur Soup, Mr, J. MuCllono ; Tyrolumi Horuniido, Upon Wldo tho Window, Mi'. O. ArmHtrong. Tho ft I'm t. part, to aonoludct with tho Mtiirt llng Ooo'tatnundm Ilullwoy HimhmIi. Mr. W...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Family Picture. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

A Family Picture. De An Mn. " Table Tabic,"—The other day ma aaicl to pW that'.us children ought to havo our photo graphs 'taken to send' home, boon.use pa's old aunt, th'at pa says} has a lot of money, and lias lived an awful long'1 time—longer than .Taak and 'Liza and Polly and baby and mo all put together. Pa agreed, and so wo wont with liiin on Saturday last. It was just fun Mr. Tablo Talk,, and I'm going to toll yon how it hap pened, ' 'Liza's got a cast in her oyo, so pa told the portrait man to take' h'or. on the bast side of her fnoo.' Ma told liira to do this,' as his old aunt in England might think it spoilt tlio'picture, and take a dislike to us all. Pa did hot tell tho'man this, and when 1 was just, begin ning to, pa .just sat on me like one o'clock. Wlton pa had paid his monoy and grumbled at what a lob a "group" coats, wo wont to have our hair done, This just always voxas buby awCul, Ho klokud Polly, who hold him, arid raised n lump on lior lip, 1 guoss Polly's portrai...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] Education and Accomplishments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Iducalion and Accomplishments. fe wo not educating, or trying to 'educate,' our I too much ? Wo say advisadly " trying to ■en to," I'or ovoryono . knows tluit wo do not liys suooeod in the project., Thoro arc runny rs ns to what fomaloioducmtion should bo, and |t, direction it should tako., Somo aspire' 'to |e thoir daughto'rs' names upon the'roll of our iversity. Others think that a I'ow accomplish-; ids and a ladylike ^ manner, anyall which the Sale mind is capablo ofacquiring,, So, long as loung girl cans dance fairly, esponk(English,1 Kbit n lew drawings'touchod up byher drawing Iter, play a waltz, and sing a sontimonthl song |he day—it is thought by some that those aro Itlio tho things neoossnry for lior future life, guaitiou begins, among, : all classes oarly in ihralin, Wo-have soon school bills which, in llior of subjects as rvoll as in amount of total, | |o fairly astonished us and would hnvo,-povlmps, ped us, if only wo oouhhhavo thought that;tho fning so lavishly paid' fo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Students' Night. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Students' Night. „ Thk ovohing of last Tuesday .week was made famous by what is tochinically.known as n-.M Sfcudqnis^NjgUt.M boing liotcl at t.bo Thoatro. Iloyal,, that is, a committee of University Mon bought tbo gal lory for tbo night, issued tickets, got up a programme,'and carried it out. This was tbo third demonstration bold in Molbourno. Those " Students' Nights " are trikon by tlio actors as a special mark of esteem from tbo ^University, and Miss Goneviovo Ward, in whoso honour ono was bold last Soptembor appreciated the attention so highly as . to. . 3'ocpiost, to ho presented with tbo banner usad on that' oooasion. As howovor it was of such largo size, she was presented with a miniature copy exactly similar in ovary rospoct to the large one, Tho (Irst " Students' Night" was celebrated by four or five score students • making their appearance among tho astonished gods and causing; considerable stir in Olympus. On tho soooncl and third occasions, howovor, thoy- to tho number o...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Shakespeare Society. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

The Shakespeare Sooiely. , .TjAitiiun iu'0 beginning I" predominate lu fcho uudlon'ao V nfc fcho Hhnkosponro Huolofcy meetings. This Is h grnfcll!y« rising prool! that ciur I'lili' sisters nmi appreciate their Sliakospoure as wall as their Tennyson mul Browning^ Tito aomndfcfcaa was not I'ully represented on fcho pint \form, the only momlium oC II'. present., bosldos Professor1 Morris, fcho president, bolng Dr. Nolld and Oouaulllot1' JovarH, Tho programme was tin excellent mio, hiilv.dla ousslrm Hugged i11 tlio early part el! thci ovohlng, ulfchotigh tho prosldonfc did Ida boat; in got up a doufcrovorsyi; Fooplo liavo Board a gooddaal about'fcho ffntmofca lafcoly. i 'Tho prosldonfc, howovor, said Ida .opinion was fclmb.jt.lio{ immortal Shakospouro's sonnets wora not, sfcrlofcly spaak-i ing, sonnets, afc, all. That was end ;l!or tho Immortal.I Tho Ilov. Tsldoro Myers, Ittafcoad'o.fj reading a papor*. , gave an address, lu wldoh ho assorted fchafc Shakespeare waa fchoddgh .prlosfc cit...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. NEW PLAYS AND NEW REVIVALS. CONFUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Before (Jurfain. Nl'DV I't.AVB AND lSTH\V KlOVlVAbH. OONtfttSION,, * . , M». llicwoM) Is an udmlmblo actor. That wo all khow and doalaro chilly. But ho Is not ((into tha man for Mortlmor M'tuuploford, lii 11 Confusion." That young; gontloman Is a foolish, fldgotby, ooooutrlo person of presumably throo or four and twanty, while Mr. Blgnold can't ho loss than twenty six, for T distinctly rooolloot soolrig hhrt play tho Jflmporor of Oh Inn In " Alladlu," 11 vo and twenty yoars ago, and ho cannot have boon loss than twolvo months old at tho tlmo. Tho rest of tho oast was just what lb always was—very good—but tho play has sui'vlvod Its at tractive power. . Avf uu, " Lords and . OommoiiH," Mr. lllguold will revive " Henry V," and wo shall aoo otiqo more that famous white horso, whoso hoofs olankad so musically o*i tho wooclon rooks at tho Gubat Pass, whon handsome George started ou his ll.'o hundred mile ride to Sualclm, to I'-toh tho Australian oontlngont, Later, wo are to soo tho "Last ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Salvation Army Lass : Thhr Cries two-a-pcnny uaoli !" Mashor: "1. will take two," tendering' a;, penny. S. A. Ij. : " That will be twopence, sir." Masher : " Then you told a lie. Yon said, '11 lei" Cries two a penny.1" 8, A. L. (\vitli dignity) : li .1 said ' two-n« penny oaohf sir," Discomfiture of masher I

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 14 August 1885

Engagements, ougngomont Is annouuood ol! M'lss Hrunaos Do third daughter o:l! Mr. >V, M, Do Mplo, of Outhuui [uw, and Mr, Wlntorbottom, of Adelaide,, |h LiSMWM JoilNH, tlio soeond daughter of Mr. IV of Hawthorn, Is engaged to ho marrlpd, to Mr, Gordon, also of Hawthorn, ... . . marriage of! Councillor Edward D. Hoathor and |MIUs, daughlor of Oounolllor, Mills, will talco |n ahout a mouth. Iloth tho abovonamod gontlo ro residents of Albert l'ark, and, belong to tlio [il of South .Melbourne. Oounolllor Hoathor Is Iho popular secretary of tlio library , at tlio biles'Jnstltuto of that suburb, tiAimiAaB Is to tako ptaao shortly botwoon Mr, |tl M'Vaan, squattor of . How, South \Valos, and >ttlo Jones, oldest dauglitor of Mr, W. II, Jonos Borak; This marriage, wo understand. was ar |l on tho voyago out from Europo, - ItAuniAftB has boon arranged botwoon Mr. Rupert oldest son of. Sir William Clarko, and Miss |nlng, daughter of tho Hon. Thomas Gumming, of Tho wedding will, not, howeve...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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