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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

' Glare Orosbio, the little girl who was lost in tbo! bnalv'ia attracting many to tbo Waxworks 1 in: Bourko Street,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Conversation. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

Conversation. It is very vnptel tho conversation which passes' between the dances, and during tho intervals in thorn. Tnlco tho prosont timo, for instance. When tho :last ball at which you and your partner! have or iiayo not mot has been talked over, and i you have askod hor how slro likes Bouoioault, GenevieYo Ward, and Vernon, and whether she was not very tired after the Agricultural Show— what else is there to bo said ? Yoa may certainly . allude to "Iolanthe," but that is gotting old now, and if you have bought \tlie score of "The; Mikado," you may boldly give your opinion off the music, providing you fool sure' the lady has! not also bought it, and is more competent to! .judge of its- merits,,,than yourself, .. Still, thej inevitable end comes whon the conversation flags! when that everlasting topic—tho weather, hasi been' exhausted, and when every subject which ? you in turn, exorcise your mind to say something; now upon appears to be " flat, stale, and impro-4 fiitable," Our ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Clerical Amusement. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

Clerical Amusement. |i,K who watch with an attentive oyo the which are presonted in our public life |t fail to bo struck with the broadening Spies of the profossors of Christianity in most [varied soots. A minister who, some twonty 'ago, would havo almost fainted at receiving ritation to a danoing or card party, now, not [ncbopts and attends,'but also1 blossos the aion, and " approves it with a text." Much lis tendency may, no doubt, bo attributed to [bornl principles of the Bishop of Melbourne, lias applied himself with no common zeal to removal of manjrof !the time-honored 'pre jes with which the| practice of' religion had [previously trammelled. His action in in tho excellent old actor, Oreswiok, to give Jags at Bishop's court ,was , a nine; days' |er for the time,1 but at sooni lost its jarring on religious sensibilities and'it is1,now Ittod pretty generally that a liking for the |olnss drama 19 not incompatible witli the: Biso of religious duties. A few years, ago thej Inl body...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Age of Grievances. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

t '.a, ****?' ■ m AnAge.of.Grievances:. Neveh wns, there n time In onr history when tho air was' so full oC grievances, and this result Is mostly duo" to 'the' pernicious' "systom"of nppolntin'g"b"oardii"to"miiko'" itching inquiries'. Wh'on n board sits, all tlio slumbering 'animosities of years! break! out with volcanic;violence, "iLook,tfor instance, at tho Qivil Servico Board inquiries. No one imagined: .there wore so many iiyjurod men in tho city as, that investigation revealed. Why thoro is hardly one curled darling who lias not boon allowing tho vultiiro of oppression to batten sooretly -upon his lioart for yoars, while ccmcoalmont, like n worm i'.tho hud,1 has boon feeding oil his damask cheek. Hut oven the complaints of .tlioso,down-trodden, sorXs, of.,the State aro nowhere comparod with the results of • the lunatic investigation., 13very 0110—from tho. scullery lads up to'tho medical sup'orintondant—has tried his liniid 'at grlovancos, "and their "grief bears such an emphas...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Angels Unawares. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

Angels Unawares. Viewed by the light which past events bring- to us, it is a mutter of doubt whether those flowers of the British Army who sojourn on our shores without receiving, of courso, any pay from the pockets of the Victorian people, have not made nioro successes, since their advent, socially and officially. Lot us look back a little. Everyono remembers the little episode at the ball in aid of the Ladies' Work Association. It was one of those amusing little things which oontained a joko which the vulgarity of colonial society and the dulnoss of the Victorian civilian intellect could not grasp at the moment. In our ignor ance of the manners of good society-—as they are known in the army—we, for a time, could not appreciate the favtlrs in that instance bestowed upon us. We were quite wrong of course ; and when we heard of the further compliment of the " policeman's wife," we could not understand the newly imported society manners of that fractional part of the army which has at...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

Amateurs. AT the Inst quarterly meeting of the La Mascotte Amateur Dramatic Club Club, the Secretary's Report was read and nc-' ceptod, and tha Treasurer's Balance-Sheet" showed, n credit balance of .U32 15s.,-in cluding scenery. Tiie following ofHoe boaroj-s wore elected , for the ensuing quarter: Stage Manager, Mr. Edwin Wallis, (re-elected); Secretary,Mr. Geo. M. Monro, (ro-cloc ted) ; Treasurer, Mr. H. E. Hall; Committoo, Messrs, Beanford, Simp son and Moulton. Several now members were also proposed. , A GHAND concert was given in the Fitsroy Town Hall, on Monday evening, in aid of a widow who had been left destitute with seven children. The at tendance was numerous, and several ex cellent selections of music and songs as well as recitations were well rendered by, amateurs, some of whom are members of the " Curlews." The performance con rcludod with; the farce " Irish Justice." -'THKqdatb for: the production of the " Professor^" by the Mascotte Club, has - been fixed for the 29t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

Befotfe fcfe Curtain. 'PiIK Thoabro Iloyal has boon llllod, during tho past week, with uppvoalatlva uiidlouoas, whlab have ussomblod to wit Hems tho farowoll performance of that veteran, but oyorgroon actor, author, and world-ronownod man, !Dlon Bouoloaulb, Ah a delineator ol! .Irish character, Mr. nouoloaulb stands unrivalled, and Ills advent and donnrturo will for ovor bo remomborod as highly notoworthy onoohs In the" bin lory ol! our stago. Mr, llouol oault, togothor with IiIh olovor son and charmingly pretty daughter, make bholr noxb appoarnnoe lit Sydney, but will play tlioro only a short soason, owing to pre vious Arrangements In■ America, which necessitate bholr spoody doparturO from Australia. " M a ,mm ON " still holds tho boards ol! the Bijou, tho IbilMbocl acting of Mr, Vornon nightly olloltlng tho warmost applause, ; To-morrow evening this gifted actor will tako a farowoll benefit, undor tho patronage and In tho prosoneo of tils I'lxoolloney, Sir Konry 'Looh and Lady, " ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

Cigar Smokers 1 " THISBE." " THISBE." " THISBE." " THISBE." TIioho 01 CI ABS ara In ovary way Tollable (.'iiniposod nl! fcli o Kliumt.. Loal', arid nmdo by blio most .skilful iirblHtH, Tho Bost Valuo for 6d Buy only " THISBE " Cigars To inuka miro nf u CI OOB SMOKl'l. My A|>]>nlntinont t<i IflH Mximltniuiy sir :n. :u, |>M|Bg®^:i,(i(iii, ic.c'.'n. N. PATON Florist AND /(-*£*■*/ S°OClS> SEEDSMAN/^. C^/Plants, TV/ Flowers, SWANSTON V J5J STREET. FXUMnOSE, BOIIONIA, VIOLETS, and all tlvo Floworti of tho Soaaon. . SILVER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. TheTHURMER PIANO Contains More.Vftlunblo Improvements blmn Any Other Piano ot Its OIuhh, and Loaves Nothing to bo Desired in Brilliancy and Sweetness of Tone and Hlogance oE Design. Nono but Thoroughly-seasoned Materials ' are Used In its Construction, ancl it is now Generally Recognised as The only CHEAP PIANO of Merit. Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. PHOTOGRAPHS AND ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tea Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

M m Table m\. TitwoiiY upon dross Is one thing, hut prnotlonl Illus tration Is anobhor—-and shall f add-still, more important; ,consideration.., Many books have booh written upon ilrassj 'both anolont and modorn, Momo aro admirable, .vlowod from a lltorary point, bub practically of tia usa. Others again aro marvols of, Ingenuity, which oauso wondorraont bub no definite Ideas to sot about doing or copying anything, Borne time ago, I road a book on ,tho Art of; Dressing," and having ono's gowns made, &o, When I. roaohod the last page, and ondoavourod to put Into shapo what I had road, tlio result was this one Idea : " Not to put anything on a dross oxoopt It has' a manning and Is for a purpose."-. It Is a vary good Idea, and one to bo borne In mind j but It Is not muoh to eliminate out of a whole book, Soma will say," every one knows that," Vary likely evoryono doos, but It Is •very ifrbquontly forgotton, with the result of meaning lass bows, (io, Dross has undoubtedly assumod...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

[ (Photographic Arlisls, Pholo.-Uthographers & Photo ELIZABETH-ST. I Meohanioal Printers 1 \ivIiIIooIn' Plana, Mntmf'aotimirH*, nruifM* ii„ui,„.u , .. i f >l»lw' 'l"cJ Huprorluood In PliofccKUfchotfrHj.liy ir,i|itR0 ]>• nthm SUM on Vlow, of oaoli ol tho ProouHnoH, at 10$ ELIZABETI-iUt MCM!?iiidmc " ivhoro a!! Information din bo olSwili»«S. '' IV,Et-B0URNE iii P. GEORGE, ETMAKER AND JOINER, «, I'nrlliM, iVc,, iiipplloil, '1'itltloH, Chalet t Sciiu mi lili'i'. Viimiiiliili.n imnliiMoil ami bi tin' ,j|iiii'teH notion. Tompot'ut'.v IJull | liiilltlmirs .iit|i|illtnl. Fluffs always mi BlilmiMiiinil Illoinlln I.iintorns fol' flal'ilons, jclimiili'llri'M, Uiiwllo BmoUots, lit, Bumps IMINATIONS AND DECORATIONS,; !6o, 7o, 7» and 74> STREET, ST. KILDA (TS and photographers, -317 and at,9— SfRKE STREET EAST. E. EDWARDS;jf 'HONES, ; i I Ilectric BELLS, I MEDICAL ,, BATTERIES. II TGlODllOllfl "'O061"10 'Holts! ana U'olo. f UUT"U1IU phonos Oi'outort at shortost fill ft II An ...

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Musical World. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

Bflugical World. TUW members of tho Molbouruo Llodor tafol tiro upon their metal. find purpose straining ovary norva to proditoo, towards tho and of Oatobor, n eanobrb worthy of tliolr nntooodonts, Tho programme will oouslsbof numborsaolootod from fcho works of that musical giant Poothovon. That colossal Instrumental mastorploea, " Tho Ninth Symphony," (never hitherto at tempted In Australia), la already In wookly rohoaraal by all our for a moat pro-, fosslonal and amntour Instrumentalists. Tho hallelujah ohorua froth Iflngodl," thoovorturo bo "Nldoll," and that, highly olaaaloal tcmor sou'g " Adelaide," arranged for a full chorus by Horf Slodo, will oc oupy prominent positions, lit thla nota blo programme. Ifor this occasion tho Snoloty baa already boon atvongthonod by tho addition of sovanby-llvo fornalo ohor latora, and It la anticipated that oro a wook haa olapaod n further addition of at loaat twcnty-llvo other ladloa will havo boon made. Last Wednesday ovonlng Mr. Philip Plala...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

Fashionable Marriages, l.)onin'it'i'v—Hr/A'i'TiouY,—On bho imii \m I ' Inpf WW Holomti iHOlt lib Hti. Mivry'H Oluitoh, Kj,](l | 'bho UoW D.' B,1 Nolan, tlto oontiuotlnji nW|„( M r. ilbhu Dohorby, oU Numurkali, I'oi'mudy „i Crook, niitl'jMtlM 'Oabhorliio Slabbory, ohlmt J ,MtV,lohn, Slattory,,ol'. I'nHborla, ooar Kynuion, J itionolimjoii oE bho oo.romony about IK) volildt.Uv,J bho gnosis bo tlio uasldquoo.of bho bi-ldo's i»aioni» r| breakfast .was .partaken , of, mid bhu boidtli' brldq and bridegroom,duly...bonorod. In t|,c „Vtt.| moab'oiijoyablo danolngparby \vna glvou, nob separating till daylight,. MATin AS—CI it A it AM,—«A I'aahlonnblu wwliiiJ plaoo on tlio <l th Instanlv at St. Mary's Cliurch.r| liutiga, Now 54aaland, wlion Mr. Ulchiud Cant^l Ma thins, llL'th Hon of blio lata vonomblo Aid,J Mnthlna, of Chrlatoluiroh, Canterbury, was uniy tlio holy bonds oE ■■matrimony bo Miss Ali<-.: Graham, daughter oi' bho labo Mr, ,1, Ginhii i'laglan, noar Auckland, Tli...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Society Forthcoming Events. Announcements of Concerts, Balls, Entertainments, Meetings, [?] Exhibitions, will be inserted without charge FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

Jjn J'ijil; *) Jiitfj.O'Clli ;(, -'.jov/.t-tH' .Iw.lf Forthcoming Events. 'A.(i'ii'oitii<1 otW111« Vii* UoimorU, nntcu'LiilmitoutH, MootliiHiij ii' will lid liiMui'tdil wIMifnit uliivi'Ko, : | FiuiVay, Auriusw28. / Boya!i'< s Hiimlob,"- by thoj ' »•» ■"' 'An liiton v Com pm \'y of. Xiosol ana;1»fov bho bono fib j . i<;loJl bhoiHoapltal forSloU Ohllcli'on.!. • i ., 1 «< 's I SoatAi..—Blohmondr Pr.lvnto Asaombly,\ .Richmond! Town,Mall. ,, ., , > . < , ' ( ^oo.rAij,— Messrs. MeOalmnn, Gar do and Go.'s Social, Jlpbhom Town Jjlall. , . , Bat'.t,'.—Plain, ancl Panoy. Dross Ball Anoiont Order ' 'of Poroators, South Mollidurno Town Hall. Snow.—Ponlfc'ry'and Bo/? Sbow,:Pxblblblon, iJiwrujiM,-^Imperial' Padoratlon, • Prafossor1 Morris, ■ Town'Hall. ■/1 ■. <.■- : .5;! SoorATj.T-Boao of England Ladgo Social,* M.U; Hall. ; <:»'• SA't'unnAY, Auoust 20. • ' ~ j TitnATiiM. — Bt.rou TrtmATiua," Bonoflfc' to 1 Mr. W, ,• V...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Balls and Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

Balls and Entertainments. Ttl k Protestant Alliance Friendly Society ol! Austin laslupLoyal Governor AValker Lodge, -N'o. !!S, celebrated their third anniversary by a social evening which was hold in. tho Manchester Unity J:l all, on the I Dili instant. A tow of tho names of tlio ladies who wore the most, nutiuoablo drosses, are as follows : Miss Smith, cream nun's roiling, trimmed with edelweiss laoo, and cardinal ribbons ; Mrs. Stephenson, lloollo satin, with "draperies of oroatn laoo and ribbons ; Miss Johnson, black cash mere and cardinal - satin, trimmed with laoo and (lowers; Miss lloborts, white gnu/.e, \ trimmed with gossamer and pale-blue and ...pink . spots, ribbons to match, which iooked Tory pretty ; Miss McEwan, black satin skirt, cardinal body, trimmed with cream .Spanish laoo and flowors ; Miss Bowdcu, cream nun's veiling, skirt with pale-blue spotted bodice, trimmed I with satin lace and silvor-ornaments, a-cry neat. TUB usual monthly meeting of tho Warehousemen's So...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 28 August 1885

Engagements, Tub engagement is announced oi! Mr, Ernost .iosko, L.L.B., Secretary of tlic Civil Service Association, with Miss Richards. —— •» ' Mit, > Russian n, ol' Melbourne, will be married to Miss I'ourl, of Huuoliy, next week, ,The wedding oil Miss McGallum, of Domain street, South Yarra, takes plaao next wook. A visit Y fashionable wedding will take place next waek whoa Miss Levy, of Eontai neb lean, East Mel bourne, will be married to a Sydney Gentleman. A ball in honor of the -Occasion will bo held In tho South Melbourne Town Hall In the evening. i A MAU1UAC4K is arranged, and will shortly take (place, between Captain Lyster-Smythe, assistant pri ! veto secretary to his Excellency the Hard Lieutenant of Ireland, and Miss Agues Litton, only child of Capt. -Richard Litton, and granddaughter of tho lato Sir ; H ugh Stewart, Bart, ..A ijahiuage is arranged by Mr. Gordon Russell, eldest.son of Lieut.-Gou.'Lord Alexander Russell, com manding! the troops in Canada, and Miss ■ C...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Green Room Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 September 1885

Green Boom Gossip. Thio Princess of Wales oallad Madamo Sarah Bornhutdt Into hor box In the oourso of tho porforniaTioo of " Theodora," and asked permission to try on tho Tra porial mantlo worn by tho Dmpross of Constantinople) and tho Mast, Madatno Bernhardt at onoo stripped oil! tho stage trapping, and tho Princess put It on. 'X Jim '' Pearl Dlvora," playod by Mao Mahon and Loltoll's Dramatic Company at tho Opora House Auckland, has proved a sucooss. Tho manners, oustotns, and oooontrloltloa oi1'tho Salvation Army aro cleverly burlosqtiod, and ollolt roars of laughter, LoviMJH of tho drama will rojoioo to learn that there Is a prospocb of that talented young aotor, Mr. Dion Douol oault, sottllng permanently among us, Ti la stated that Mossrs. Williamson, darner and Muagrovo havo soourod his sorvlcos for a long engagement. Though only a rooonb arrival In our dramablo world Mr, Bouoloault has won goldon -'opinions, and his permanent, ongngomont will bo hailed with satisfaction.1 Mxa...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 September 1885

Olara Croabie, tbo little girl who was 1 ostein ;tlio busb. ii attracting mnny to the Waxworks" in Bourke Stiaet. —; -

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Antigone. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 September 1885

The Antigone. Miss Genevieve Waiid has, at her own risk, most thoughtfully initiated- n schomo whereby sho 'hopes to materially augment tho funds of the Lying-in Hos pital. Sho has already taken tho Town Hall for tho purpose of giving a dramatic entertainment in aid of tho above men tioned ehai'ity. Messrs. Williamson, Garner and Musgrove have kindly promised to supply the scenery, and tho co-adjutox' ship of tho other Melbourne theatrical managers has boon soourod. The perform ance will bo under tho assistance ■ and patronage of tho Melbourne Ooxporation, nnd the Melbourne press will advertise it free of cost. "Antigone," which is to bo produced on tho occasion, is founded on tho tragedy of Sopliooles, who took his material from an old Greek, legend. Anti gono was the dauglitor of CEdipus, at one time King of Thebes. Sho had one sister, Jsmono, and two brothers, Polyneikcs and Eteooles. Gfdipus being banished from his country, wandered with Antigono over Greece, and during his wand...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 September 1885

Amateurs. Tint Mngpla Dramatic Olub Inland giving a porformanoo lu Gup wsok, In aid ol! tho Children's Hospital. The provlous porformnnaos ol' tha olub havo boon woll rooulvod by fcho public, and spoolal oH'orts aro being rnado to randur tho forthcoming all'alr tn'oro suoaosaful than Its prodoaos sors, Tho managomont Is oubrustad , to Mr. It, G, MaoDormott, son of Mr, Townaond MaoDormotb, tho well-known barrister, Djiamattcj porformanaos will ,bo glvon next Monday and Tuesday nights, In tho Ohuroh of lOngland sohoolroom, Tarra vlllo, by tho looal Amateur Dramatic Olub, 'Tho performance will oouunonco with thomolodrama " Tho Idiot Witness," with tho following oast ; — Lo Slour Armand, Mr. H. Davidson ) Hans Gort hold (a Gorman In his pay), M,r. 0, Gay wood i llobort Armand (son to Lo Slour), Mr. B, Oombon ; Paul Tugsoull (a ferry man), Mr, H, Looson j Walter Arlington (pago to tlio Quoon), Mr, J, Borlowltv, j Gilbert (tho Idiot Witness), Mr. ,T, Set lotigor i Burl of Sussex, Mr. J&am...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 4 September 1885

Before tge durfsain. .Vtnm:uo'h oomody " Lorda and Com mons " was produood at the Opora Houao laab Saturday evening tor fcho first time, and ovcm the warmest admirer of thin ptayrlght whowltnoasod this drama aould hardly havo lofb fcho thoatro with tlio im pression that It waa an unqualified)huo ooaa. Tho improbablo Incidents withwhich tho play abounda would throw an air of utiroallty and ataglnosa ovor tho acting of tho moat oompotonb arblsta, Little fault, however, can bo found with tho prosont oaat of oharaotora, Mlaa Kato lliahop aa Mra, Dovonlah, a young and rich Ameri can widosv, who dovotoa horaolf to tho oaptlvatlon of tho Earl of Oaryl ("Mr, Goo, llignold), looka attraotlvo and protty aa a ploturo. Miaa Flora Anatoad (whoso ro-appearanoo upon tho Melbourne atago la welcome) (Ilia tho part of tho dowager Countess with dignity, Mlaa Lucia Mar wood infuses Into tho portraiture of Lady Noll aa muoh roallam aa tho strained altuatlona aho la oompollod to tako part In' will admit ...

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