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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

Table Tal|. L Uova i. Hhihnkwm, tlio I'rlnoo of Wnlus, la tliof |d Mjwtoi' of lilnglish Freemasons, and it 'balib.voa, rooinusoiiH In Australia to pi'otoot; him from't1\o Jors thut ui'o being liurlod against lihidby 11 section to Press. 1t must bo rouiombovod flint the 'olmrgos; against IiIm Koynl Highness are nob only that ho (fllbcrtlne, iiiu'li hits broken'the liiSv'Ot'1 tho hind 'In respect, -bub nlso'thnt ho has urad'himself • yblio ilng of whloli Freemasons .will i'ully understand {iiIho to bo notod: that' '.vows of.chastity are taken iy member of'the ornfti'l «' '''••• "* \ > to • ' ■' -' ^ i ■> ^ f >.- ■'-A s ? j' i r * |oiii)ka(Jon Hi/ATWiiv.'-off3 oolong,'dins gift on his uml Hashing swoklj"' i\>liloIi"hah'for 'homo1 time rusting in the' soabburd, in; ardor'.toulu buttle |Itlsliop Mourhousu'on'blio "Gulntiunf'Lnpso." " Tlio bp replies tlmt 'the "nbta'ak vla premature," us'his |to* on tho subjoin; are notbouoludod; ' > ■ 'i<. , AoJIlHtllftA'A idl':...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. BOUCICAULT'S FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

.Mit. 1 lOUOlOAUI/r's r.r ,.i ,| i ■■>«. lviriniv " and << Arrah-na-Poguo " arc Mr Boucionult's most , cliai'ming of Irish pieces. The former is simply, a' Fronrdi; drama, "Xia.Joie Fail: J'eur," with an old . Irisli^oharaoter stuck into it. Tho latter" is a.'truly poetical piece which is, so far as I know,; original. It does, not matter whether it is, as a matter of fact, original or 'hotj lil'or it has been touched by the master, and he hasimado it his own. Mn. Wii.mamhon has played " Kerry " I and " Shauu the II'osb " again and again, In America, In ISngland, and In Aus tralia. Mv. Houoloaulb himself ooaohod Mv. Williamson I am told, and T under stand some people Uko Mr, WlUlamsou bettor tlian tho original.- .1 fc.Ih a mattor oil taste. i I don't think, myself' that a1 tnati nan .toaplp.nnnbhor ldtl,«ways,i and,, without, moaning' any disparagement oil: Mr. Williamson,!II'!proI'or the original,' iiudood, H .think/most'oll Mr. .Houoloanltts oharaotors will...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Musical World. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

IV]u0icaI World. I '.vot/V you last woolc that In my opinion bhu Hurr. Oonoort suooosHful us It wiib would havo prbduoqd ,.110 , buuoflt bo blio distinguished musician whoso namo I houclotl bhu bill, 11' tho artlsta bnc'l boon paid. .1 llticl that my oouolualou was ontlroly correct. Mi* Mot7, made a list ol'bho HiittiH which us an experienced conductor, lio know would have boon received In tho ordinary ooursa ol! business by bho litdlos ivnd gentlemen, who uppqarud. To bhlswus nddod tho ordinary prloo ol! tho hull) tho ndvortlHomonts ivnd other surroundings, ntid' tho total rouohod tho limgnllloonb sum of JillHu, Tills oouutud nothing for bho unremitting soi'vJooh ol! Mi'. .Luke, who, (IB honorary saorotury, worked bwloo us liurd us any matiugor would, and nobbing for .tho valuable hilt tin purchasable uld of tho Lladortufol, The whota sum taken was .(1115(1, and thoroCoco with a most brilliant aud crowded uudlonoo bho otitortaimuoub really resulted lu 11 loss ol! iUHii. 1 • , ".f l...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. MAMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

Before tie duftain, Mammon. M u, Guijndy'h adaptation ,ol' qMont doled' la aald to have boon hla llvat play, arid roatly It looks as If tho statomout wore -true, for It In iih full of alna against nature,,and art uh It la possible fqra..llrat attompt to bo.' A swindler w6't;fh a quarter of, a million who onolly places' tho kov to hla nofftrloua practices In the hands of his oonflclontlftl oiork, and actually gives him tho powor tot bug tho whole. plunder, nls not the kind oI!, manusuaUy mot In real/ H'fo." Nor ia'It easy to' understand why a, than who driaa' not scruple to'glvoi'iils daughter - i-to..one olY hla; agents du- ordor to soouro an election should refuse to glvo tho young lady's poarla to a aooond agent, by whosa moans ho hopes tn win ono hundred "thousand pduricla, I t la' lriao'ii oolvablo also that, BlrGoof- mki ;; . (r i Cray HhouhPbrutolly toll Ills wife tho wholo story of his lloruibr 1 mtiftui1-1 with'1 Mrs. Ohlunory,: whon ho • mtght,» easily have' nooountud for t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TANNHAUSER. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

TANNHAUSEH; Mil. Otto Iundisx, whom 1 take'to bu one of the moat' refined and scholarly of resident musicians, la about to add liia quota to .tho Gordon Memorial Fund by an ontortainmout at tho Congregational Hall, whore Mr. Guonett gives thoao charming popular concerts Mr. Xiindon has undertaken to produce a recital of Tannhausor, or rather of a considerable part of it. The soprano part, Venus, will bo aung by Miss Frodorloa Mitchell, whose exceptional.voice should enable her to do justice to this trying music, and Mr. John Hancock, a young gentleman who possesses a tenor of groat purity and refinement, is down for tho part of the hero, Taun hauser. Mr. Hancock is a pupil of Horr Hartung, who has great confidence in his success. To-nighit a grand concert of the Melbourne Univer sity Union, will bo giyou at tho Temperanco Hall, which soomsto be growing into popular! tj- as the arena of high class gatherings. Quito a host of woll-known amateurs are to appoar, and the concert should b...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"GREAT PINK Pe[?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

" (liiKAT I'INK I'd 1'H rs Is u now ai.,1 mtoaessfnl onuiedv ji . duaed In London,nmb to bo Itnported toAm| Tho plot, deals with ii ventures of n itusmf^pip ooss who, In want of-A 'M for diplomatic or oil ■ poses; apnlioAto an Ai , rail lion aire, otfovln? ■ I him tho priiicijial l&J»k joivol, "tho great pink She sends hor Jennie-) '.j-J* .feet high and In full Km . tig, to London wltlu'-Hjn for tho millionaire, .'-{"-.''w or' rath or Joan, omr.i letter not to tho mill but to nn lni|ieeiuiioi nalisl of the same -ff living on the fourth a . lodging house in i Uardon. Swallows • • like this, and there i ■ no straining at tin which follow, Thejon has n friend I'ntrucc man! (Italian for h O'Clorainn), living " floor,beneath, micef makov, whodogonenv an opera singer, »d risen to the eminent full-blown dynamite' •.the journalist is nine evicted for being in f with his rent, florffl1 sua'clos him to plnytl' of tho millionaire, i m I , gether they repair n ' Grand Hotel, I'nrfo, ■ g...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Beautifully Less. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

Beautifully Less, Thehk have boon times when Indies' dress has been regulated by enactment, , Wo do not know' if history will ever repeat itself in this respect but it.is more reasonable to suppose .that, at this stage in the age of the world public opinion will do all that will bo necessary. At the theatre and in society it is the same. The scantiness of the dress is remarkable and society is every day losing its right,to complain of the occasional deficiency of clothing on the operatic and burlesque stage Look sometimes at the dress circle on a crowded night. As Alfred Austin wrote Now, ovov tbo box tbolr bonutoous busts tlioy boiul. - A foe to wolacimo, orltlolso ji frJoiul; UufolcUug or obscuring olmrms tit will, With nil tho onlra unoonsalonsuoss of skill, 'What onn bo mnn'a, tho while 'tis womnn's part To bnro lior bosom nucl to lildo h'or honrt." The prevailing severity of the weather has not had much effect and low nocked drosses must now be the doctor's' best friends and fu...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Municipal Courtesy. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

/Jill Municipal Courtesy. (/f^sr nblif/a is a mntto wluoli the members 10 City Council would do well to lay to heart. It thoy have not done so is /apparent from the itlirit, nt tho last Iiiedortnfel concert' in tho In Hall, they swnrmeil all thefront seats jro tho doors wore opened, having gained littanco through doors known only to thoso llinr with tho intricacies of the building, ■ether they had tickets, and if so, how thoy led tho ticket collectors' is not disolosod. is very bad form on the part of the City piers, who had enough sins before to answer Wo have not 'blamed1 tllom' unduly for the which they allow to' lie in the streets a foot wo have attempted to close., our eyes to whist which so" frequently renders the atmos jre still; wo have not got more than reasonably over the way they are always rooting rip tho Ipatlis and roplaoing them in fact, we have jup with nil kinds of horrors, for which, our lieipality is noted with > an admirable degree of, jjonrance : but when it ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Comforts When Travelling. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

Comforts When Travelling. JJ'ltnjiM has lately licion a competition '.on t.ltb othov 'side of thAarnngd-. upinn tho subject of rtiaklng life In , hptols mora aomfoi'tnblo and convenient. Though tho' ArAustralian population does not. II vo so much In hotels or-Imardl'n'g-housos aw lift American cousins, still wo, suppose 1.11o time nrrlyosiri tho life ol' ovory man or -■woman when ho, or slip, however prominent' In tlio i temperance onuso, has to slay at what, was called, bo fbro tho world' grow honest, (Indifferent honost), a Tavorn or an Ann. There usod to ho Tayornkoopors ' In 'vf'tho old day«—no\y thoro are onlyLlooriHod Vlotunllors.. Comfort., however, Is a groat matter, and wo havo holloed how comfortless .somo of out' Victorian hotels —ovon thoso of! tho modorn stylo—aro. Tho various, suggestions of tho oompotltors In this novol competition ivro Interesting to notloo In this aspect, Ono. gontlo man torsoly puts his suggestion' Into " moro waiters and loss waiting," Another hin...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Marrying for Position. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

Marrying for Position. " Mahtuai'ik," it has been said, " 19 like ordering a disk in a Fronoh restaurant. You may not get what you want, but you will got something.'' To a largo extent this is undoubtedly true, as is proved by tho conjugal misery which forms so distressing an element in our sooial life. Un certainty as to tho rosult of matrimonial projects seems an indispensable condition of our nature, even where tho marriage is founded upon the purost of natural affection, but how is the un certainty intensified when this guiding principle is wanting, and worldly position is the consider ation for the contrnot ? It is rapidly becoming the fashion for scions of noble English houses to seek a wife in that large field offered by colonial dependencies, and many alliances have been entered into between titled Englishmen and the daughters of wealthy colonists. At first blush, the arrangement seems wise ; the one party gets what he most lacks—money, and the other what she most covets-—a ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Green Room Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

Green Room Gossip. ! That everlasting enchantress, Madame llatny//.i- llute, has • at•.Inst; published! at .Paris heiv play taken from, lior. novel, >l .bos Maringes d'une' Oriole." ' It must give her;-a high ;posi.tion as a dramatic author, because it is oner oi:i the most stir ring and best acting dramas imaginable. Strong-situations, which 'evolve them solves naturally, are fi'uiiuout • dialogue |H» w hi In i»tliit.wl(nhviK, 3 IMlrt OHH.Y. ' I 'l'lCltlflHtNA Tiia, the violinist, 1,1 eighteen years old, ami Ih «t,.|cr | years' oonoort engagement In (\WJ| Im.noo dollars u year, T " ' ' -'I K1' * « fejA NWVKII In tho tlioiUvlonl lilMornifMl tralln , hftH there boon siidi huooohh 'art that oC Mown, W|||U',,ffi? Garner and. Mangrove, tluv!uK \\wM eight months at tho Thoatto It^'Mra b'rmvho, and the -Theatre %n|\:fcn4* !Tho gross1 prooaods have teen e and the not profit phouomoiml, • ThM i following statistic* of,, salaries paid out during pnnumilm^ at a prominent hngllsh ptovUmiMtl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

CHINA, ; V GLASS, EARTHEN* }|%i 477, 179, 181 Next door to Masonic Hall. ^Established over a .Quarter iuj -john'blackbtjbi] PIANOFORTE TUNER. -Solo Agent for the Kupa Celohratod " li'--'.'-1-' Vogols arid Other PlmwfortM. Pianofortes tuned, thoroughly roiiiitroil ml strung, ro-lvorlod, tono ami touch oltorft • Re-polishing done hi a superior maimer. ti&L fortes uiipuokod and carefully ropuokoilforiSIJ Address—No. 3 HANSEN'S BUIMI3® g near Colonial Bank, L, Oollius-Bt. east, Formerly the Australian MMITKD. Inoorporatod.unrter tlio "Ooiupiuilos Statu"'?1 .16 COLLINS'ST. AA7., MELBOUKM Capital: £1,000,000. Subsovlbofl, £226,- )0li. Paid-up <& ICoricrve.-', W Di hkctoks: M. h; NAVIES, ESQ., M.T.,A,0Iih«W*. JOHNDANKS.EHQ.'.l.P. I JNO. MOOBMX WAI,.ANDERSON, Esq. \ T. B, Mt/NT/, W u- «r~. „ AUDITORS! ■ " a AV. ELLIS, Esq.; 0. J. KldHAMteOSiH FIXED DEPOSITS RECEIVE i CURRENT AOCOUJ^ GENERAL BANKING RusI^L H.KNH.Y qORNELM^5 Prilltod by OOOK, DUJ3KRK «S= i'Op., rt't...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLIVER TWIST. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

O li\'eb,Tw;ist. •' ,'Tm'm 28uggot Theatre is open -with a ■ good'company for melodrama at n shilli ug a: -head, and; M. < U'Orsay Ogdon -givesi nr 'capital, ontortainraent.for that money. 1 don't liko-the play of Oliver Twist, and 1 don't-like .tlio - minder of Is'anoy myself. "Bnt:T-am frae to confess tlin-t, it; is nearly as refined a ^poetaela as the brutal scene in *" Forget-jhe-lSrot," where the. ill-used Stephanie sis; frightened away with (the threat that her : throat will'bo cut if' she; stays in Borne. Miss Fergus'is a1 hand-" some youngMady—too good for ^s'aney. Miss Belle Bussell is a eh a rming little Oliver,- and .Mr, Ogdon is .wonderfully brutal as Bill Sykes. The company is a strong one,' and at these low prices. $fr. Ogdon •oughtfto mako a f.orfcone.'..', That is to say ho ought to have. iMu.1 Bionoijd ;has- begun his season with .a fairly successful reproduction of " Called Back," in which there are vari-. oiis important changes. Mr. Barley, who was; but...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

Fashionable Marriages, Nkwton—.UOTi-rWMhTj.—Tho mnrrlngo liotwcenH j Annabolla, only dnughtov oil Mr, and Mrs, Wade U§ well and Oriptnln "William Now ton (oil tho vessel) Now ton} took placo on Wednesday tho 12 th Inst, oororaony was performed by tlio Ilov, Mr, Murdoch, tho resldenco oil. tho bvldo's parents " Uelgravla Terra King-stroot Wost Melbourne. Tho hvldo was attire! a vovy handsomo clross of white cashmere with front Ndolwolss laoo, flowovs, with loops oil satin ribbon, i draporlos oil oashmoro and laoo, long train ploatodln tho waist,"body and vosf of whlto satin and lacer ornngo blossoms a'long voll fastonod with pearl pi eomplotod'nri oxcollont bridal oostumo—The brti tnalds looked protty In cream nun's veiling trims i with coll'oo laoo mid ribbons—Tho breakfast wiu#i .fined to rblatlons only.—'In tlio ovonlng sovoral W I and gontlomon attondod, when dancing, singings i other nmusomonts we're Indulgod hi till supper ttme.s whloh tho usual toasts wove drunk, and tho bride...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Society. Forthcoming Events. Announcements of Concerts, Balls, Entertainments, Meetings, Bazaars, and Exhibitions, will be inserted without charge. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

; ftooielfl. Forthcoming Events. Aniioimootmnil;* of OoiHinrfcH, .'Bolie, .'Hiitoi'tiiliimoiitH, Mobtlnflfiy Miihmun, mill MxIiIIiILIoiih, will ho liiHortml wIthbut iilmvKo. , irnmAY, Autiuwav 2t,,; Badd. -r Annual, Ball o£ Victoria Bowling Club, Hotham Town Hall. ' : I Socu:AT,,~EornsldofCyb11ng Ohib', M, U, Hull. ' | OoNtmii'r.'^Molbouvnb University ' Union' Concert, 1 Temperance Mall-' '} '.l.'jnoATnKS.^'l'iinA'.nuii Royai. i •"•The Shaughraun.'* SIroAV.—National Agricultural Society's Spring Show '•'•• ' • Sa'I'uhoay, Auciubt 213, TrnoA'lMU<«.~TH:iiiA«i\ri:M Roy ad, Korry and Arrah-na Poguo"; Bt.tou■ Tn.MAiwti'1,''"Mammon"; Omjua • : ■. Houhm, "Oallod 'Buol< "j Nuocm'ri TuwA-ritM, . ,V Oliver TAvlst") St. Gi-ioiicno's Hat.i,, Hod Stock ings," Sparks." Racks.—-Nor thorn Hunt Club Mooting, Snow.—National Agricultural Society's Spring Show , • Monday, August, 24. . , . . i . HxmnmoN.—Exhibition oC Gymnastics, Melbourne Town Hall. ■ . rr Lisoruiui!. — " Brot Ha...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Balls and Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

Balls and Entertainments. This fourth Jiow and Hawthorn Assembly Hall, of "the Ho'nson, wasdiold In the Kow ltobroatlon Hall on ' Thursday, August IB, ihm'unpropltlous 1 woathor dlcl not Intorforo with tho attendance of' the tnoraboi's, and tho hall was woll filled by a largo and fashionable "assemblage at an early hour, ' Tho floor was In excellent 'dariolrig condition, thanks'to" the exertions of the In defatigable honorary secretary (Mr. Hugh Moore), and ' the stage, at the end of! the hall,' whore tho 'members of Hon*"'Flock's band were seated, was tastefully do ' ooratbd with forns, Tho musical arrangements,'In the 'absence of' It err Plook, wero uti'dor tho able suporin ' tendance of tho Misses Plook. ' Light refreshments were ^provided for tlio danoors In a room behind the ' stage, and onrd-tabloa wore' laid out in an adjoining room; Among tho drossos of tho ladlos, white was the predominating color, though wo noticed a good many "blue costumes and a ,fow of the new and, pret...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

Engagements, Mil, J A At KM STEWART, o:l. Eurou, is engaged In IVi'lss Marwood, of Pruhrun, mid tho marriage will Ijo cele brated next mouth. Miss''Mnfwood's mother is the wife of I3r,'Eetherslone. " * * .lit u previous issue wo utiuouMccd tliu uiigiiguiiiui.it of Miss Emily Koraiodu to Mr. Kuogti. Tlio gentleman's tuimc should have tippuurod us Mr. Edmund Goru-Yoo. . , , * .Miss illDui'ii.i., Into of Kiddcll's Greek til prusuu I re siding ul .Llrlghtou is engaged to Huron do Hulglcu. ■ * * A. .mAitiu auk is arranged botwoon Mr. Stephen Simoon, third son of tho Into Sir John Simoon, Hurl. M,.l\, nnd Miss Louiso Ohildars, oldosl daughter of the' Eight Hem. Hugh 0. E. Ohildors, M.I'/ **" t. The marriage ol1 Mr. W. G rattan, Gowuugordie Station, .Honalla, aial Miss Kathleen Ncwcomcn, daugh ter of Mr. Newcomou of Jaminick, will take pluoo at tho rosidouoo of -tho "bride's parents on tho -1th Septem ber. Tho coromuny will be followed by a breakfast and " ball, tho events of wliioh wo hop...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies' Spring Fashions. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

Ladies ^priqg Fa$fjior$. Hv Humming ivmia. 'I'lliDiiM Is a harmony at nnoo approprtato and de lightful botwocm colors iw,wo .shall know thorn dur ing tho 'doming season on our bonuats, fanthors, (lowers and gowns, and In tho aspocit nl! spring as It bursts! brightly from tho ti'ooa ovorhoad, tho (lowers around usand tho grass beneath our ;l!oofc, In auah It will ho groon, and, no mattor how many tondov shades of tho prqah (..living, aolor Dntno,Nnbitro;pufc« .on Cor her grand ftUo day, wo, hor'ohlldron, also can dookoursolvas out.In; .whatovor, tint wo, like. Mo.many aro prepared I'ov us that tho dKUoulty will ho not what to soloob i hut what to loavo unworn. for tho groator part j oil' a woman's toilet It will bo., admtssablo and offootlvo to' havo suggost.lvo and lightening touohos of: groonvollod In laoo j It Is lovoly olthor as a waistooat, a'skirt front, or as a sash. 'What mo to' pretty than a mossy groon t-.ul.lo front to a spring bnnnot, or a har mony In groon with a tondor-...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tea Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

Tea Table Tal^. IlinoHli ovory mlnsbrol o'ntortwlnmonb limb I have (id (ivor, ono ot.fcho laughs: <1 ,do.-*!ool Inollnartto i, Ward's spoiling J! lurl's,'/ r>|ily,somp pirn ,tnlghli looked) has Invariably boon oausqd by,.bhu , word |h< being nmclo ,tlio :«ub,|ooti.ol! .iloko,', id'liOi mkldlo |»«H asked IM» nmtiy)ftH| twolvo: dlfl!pron.t r|UONtlnns, fas as many Mmoa raoolvoiit.tia.anHwor by bonos or [burliio, ol! " ollmato,'Poriiaps you tlilnlc lorn to, Lot nm,iuis>vi^;you,,:No. . I am just; going |l you ol! a low dllVprooqos ^n^limato that.I have planned during fcho last throo weeks. And11 agroo 1 ho minstrels 1 ■■ thabi '■<> ollmato '!, lanawow for a iW ol' elVonts, as w,oll ,as olVooblng>,a numb cm., of gwould bo harrowing as,>voll as todlqus to way any. (1110111-. 0 tir Molbourno win tor, "VVo all know «o |woll what It has boon,' and what It-still In, llu*' •'springs otornal 'ln tllici humatl brciasb," rind boars us think ol' brigh...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 21 August 1885

N £42,000 OW OR NEVER ! a 1110 AT OLIO All! NO SAL10 AT HAltlUS'8 TOBACCO ABOAD18. worth of! TOBAOOON1 ST'S ClOODB to bo CLISABMD lit mi 15NORMOU8 HACK IF ION, In ootiHmiUotiooaC HARRIS & Oo. rublrlug ft'am thu RoliiU Tmtlo. IRRESISTIBLE FACT ! ! Thu GIIKAT15ST SALE ovoi< known In Molbouvno of FAHOY GOODS, ALBUMS, 8EAL, PLU8H AND LEATHER BAG8. And all kinds of JSiikIIhIi and Continental Novoltlos, a,01of«ltmr,lAJanning Snorifloo, at Harris's Boohlvo Panoy Bazaar III ouliHuriltunou of rutlt'luK fi'olu tho llutull 'i'viulo, '13MS HJJ0VZI13 —8TX 3? 911— ■031 smavH t § ssarppva^aios- §

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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