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The Thespian Flaneur. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

The Thespian Flaneur. 1 itMMKAiint'ilt that when the " Private Secretary" was ih'Ht brought out In Lon don, at 'tlio Globe, lb positively iMlod. However, Haw'troy, tlio translator, was also tho manager, and ho determined that bho pluoo should go. Ho plokod up tlio original In tlio " Jllbllothekar," whioli 1 presume is " Tho Librarian," a Gorman oomody by Horr Moaor, Augustln Daly, tlio author-manager of llio Plfth Avonuo Theatre, Now York, lod bho way in'those Gorman fnrolonl adaptations, with his " Noodlos and Pins," and otlior plooos. HAwautm' know ho had a big thing In Ills " Private Secretary." >So ho told that admlrablo and ponderous comedian. \V, J. 11111, his Mr. Oattovmolo, and noorbolun Troo, his llov. Spalding, not to bo dla oouragod. Euro enough, on tlio sooond night It wont on volvot, Hill's Clatter molo was thought to bo tlio feature, and the gontlo ottrato Spalding played sooond llddlo, but when the droll'Ponloy took up tlio Ourato, ho showed all of whioli it was oa...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
News-Making. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

News-Making. Ontc of tho socioty pap ova in • London lately announced that "under a throat of gravo dis plonsura and pocuninry loss tho Crown Princo and Princoss oC Gormany nro to bo prosont after all nt tho Royal wedding, They will bo ncoom pnniod by their daughters." This is a good spocimon ol! tho manufactured announcement. It is noodloss to say that tho Crown Princo4 and Princoss of Germany woro not prosont nt Princoss Beatrice's wodding, and novor. intondod, for all that is known, to go to it, Tho doxtorous uso.of tho phrnso " pocuninry loss " is to bo romnrkod. Of oourso this is tho ronson for the paragraph. Tho opportunity of making a quiot allusion to Hor Majesty's largo fortune, which it is popularly supposed will bo divided among her Gorman rela tions, wns not to bo lost by tho socioty oditor. This is an instanco of tho " unfoundod state ment direct" insertod bocnuso an insinuation can bo hidden nwny within it. Another instanco of noAVS-mnking is tho " paragraph mysterious...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Puck at Sandhurst. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

Puck at Sandhurst. literary world' of Sandhurst is agitated'ovor , rrnvo question whethor tlio Amorican comic I Fuck should bo admitted at the Moahanios' it 11 to. Fuck will bo remomberod by our Irs principally by the elaborate get-up of tlio |r>ns, most of thorn boing of a political nature, [consequently nlmost inoomprolionsiblo to tlio iigo Victorian roader. But it is not on tho [ml of its political oartoons that tlio Amorienn ml is ohjoctod to "as unfit to remain in tho lilig'onian grovo of learning, ' Mr, H. Massoy Ion scorns to bo tlio oauso of tlio troublo. This jlemnn wrote ■ in tlio suggestion book at tlio |ituto that Fuck was vulgar, and if tlio sub rs would liavo a foroign oomio papor/tho |'»((/ Amusavt (!)' and otlior Vvouch papers pvefevnble. Tho difficulty doos not, howovov, to hnvo presented itself to his mind that |o latter productions aro written in n.lnnguago |i which it is most probable only a small per tngo of tho subscribers aro aocjuaintod. • Mr, Rdon further...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Military Balls. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

'St; KittiUA Bat'TOtiy, ■' Tina St, Hilda Battnry of tho Field Art lllory Brlgndo hold tholr nsiml annual ball on Wodnonday o von Ins tho, 10f.1i Inst. In tholr Ordofly-room. About. aftOladlos and sontlotnon woro prosont, As tho visitors arrlvod, thoy outorod tho bathroom through tho passago Ut with largo Ohlnpao lantorns and passing undora largo aroh of ovor 1 groons, .oamo upon, a brilliant soono. Flags of all nations woro hung on tho walls and drapod from tho roof. .■ Those, woro onrlohod with stars of bright stool bayonets and -swords and trophies of many kinds, At tho ond of tho room a largo ono oomposod of tho sldo ; arms of tho hold guns was dlsplayod. Undornoath In oaoh oomoiy 0110 of tho now guns polntod towards tho danoors, On ono sldo a trophy formod of spurs, bits, 1 chains ancVwhips on a haok ground roflootod tho light 'wall, as tho stool was all pollshod to tho highest dogroo. A largo stand of forns and ovorgroons oootiplod tho otlior ond, and follago of dark Into was ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Close Season for Husbands, [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

Close Season Tor Husbands, Evmivimnv hns hoard, on tho niithority of tho poots, of tho softening inftuonco of oarly Spring upon tho human disposition, espocinlly that of tho fairer sox. Tho sensitive natnro btuls with new hopos and aspirations, and rogards with a higher . dagroo of philosophy tho ills which bosot humanity, - But it is husbands who derive tho chief advantago from this annual rogenorntlon of tho spooios, Thoy obsorva that thoiv wivos treat them with tho most tonder kindness ; thoy can go to tlioir clubs without tho usual conjugal romon stranco and toars ; thoy can visit tho thentres alono without aiiprohonsion of boing lockod out when thoy roturn ; thoy can invito a fow "good, follows" homo to dinner without arousing a domestic cyclouo—in fact every possiblo kindness is pressod upon them by tlioir partnor, Tho young uninitiated husband is apt to attribute tlioso gratifying rosults to tho infludnco of his moral training of his wifo, Tho oldor Bonedioks know bottor, and...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

Or LONDON. PHffiNIX FIRE OFFICE, IS, VICTORIAN BRANCH :10 M«,^fS,INa6' I "• MANffiJAYL0R Under Vice-Regal Patronage, Roooiiimomiocl by LADY LOCH. 9 O FLINDERS LAN E.W. Under Vice-Regal Patronage. RoooiwikmkIocI by LADY JERYOIB. MISS PETHERBRIDGE, (from Maubray, Hawaii it Mloks) COST U M I ERE, MILLINER, do,, 102 COLLINS STREET EAST, (noxt Mrs. Atkinson). "Wotlilluft liiul Trousseaux unit Mourning Ordurs Promptly Attended to, Mrs. A. IRVINE ROBERTSON, ABTIST, Choltonham Hoaso, Toorak-rd., S. Yarra Having takun tlio above Commodious Villa Mrs. Hubert no a lias had lirvlcw, to glvo a oomfortahlo Homo to Ladles Visiting Town, with tho ad van tagus of painting, drawing and sketching HOLDSWORTH & SMALLEY, Surgical and Mooiianioal Donlisfs, (At Karris it Cln„ Ghomlsts,) 70 CHAPEL-ST,, PRAHRAN, Opposlto TOWX HALL. C3h MAY, Bakor, Pastrycook, Confectioner, 43 T00RAK RD., SOUTH YARRA. Catoror far Woddlng Breakfasts, i'artlos, l'louies, Assomhllos, and Tua Meetings. Strletnoss ta Blisl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
More Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

More Brio~a~Brao. 1 UAViO boon reading, with horrified Miu-pi'lHu, that tho aborigines lib tho Ma loga Mission Station, New South Walos, havo boon suffered bo go so abort oi! meal that thoy are"actually too wouk to worlc. Tho diary of tho superintendent aotually has bribrlos, at various tlmos, botwoon tho lat'bf April and bho 2nd of J una. 1884, lumontlug bho sufferings of his (look from shoor wnub of food., Here is the ontry of Monday, April 7bh t—-Oil Wednesday, bho mori' wore complaining from woaknoss from laok of moat—-lndood, wo all suf fered more or loss." Nob until J uno 2nd did tho Olovornmout supply funds for food and olobhos, and for upwards of two months, thu original owners of tho wholo country -pined and wasted amid bho plenty their displaeors enjoyed. I. aoMidTlMMdS doubt whothor our own prosperity is quite as groat as lb appears to bo, or whothor a goodly nurabor of us arc nob engaged In building oard hottsos which a breath will swoop away. Ac cording to tho Bishop of...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

$ Engagements, r>,,."^S:«Ms!ftgemont la announced of Miss ,Mortimer, o£; I". Oleaf^nic Hawthorn, the daughter of .the late inter. formerly of JTer Majesty!s.Customs, .-and-. H °f Hoddle-street, East Melbourne. Mxr8 Kur.nnniaA Godfiiky, , eldest daughter of I n* Godfrey, of Alma lloacl, St: ■ Kilda, .;is. 1,- cngh'g|ci to tie married to Mr. Ityder. of .Sydney....,; /f|PUs'mt'cm o^'notd!nary and unaccount-: 'ix which rumours on sooial matters spread., tain credence, lias been afforded by the case of. ■>er ot the medical profession, .practising ,in.St< ; His engagement to a young lady, of the same |\vns announced nnd duly published in our ft some months ago. About six weeks/since, ••y&pv^nn^ ^disposition made a short rest necessary,, '''^^CCCUt^n^*'' tQ°^ n wee^-'3 holiday .in, 'the. country i but soon alitor ho had gono tho report was sprond that ho had boon qulobly married and was away on his honoymoou, Ufa was asked on his return It! this wora tho ansa, antl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

Notice to Subscribers. • Willi following nro tbo mibnorlptlou rntoo for WAliTdi Wat,k In* olmilhk poHtnph to nny port of Victoria, or to nnyof tlio ooIoiiIohi—■ Who Your 1rt«, 0<V Hlx Mentha .. .. 8*. 0(1. Outaldo tlio oolonloa, Including pontngo. Onn your ,. .. .. 21h, 0d, . fllx Montlm .. .. .. .. ... .. 1 On, Oil, Subaorlptlona must tio paid In advauoo. Bontal ordorfl hHouIi! bo made puyablo to Mit. MArmifJH Bhoimky, 120 llumioll struct. Mob bourne, IViNtal notns or alainpa, Vlotorlnu or from any of tlio olonioa, will bo noooptni! an pnymont, Speolal Notice. Willi TJilltor respectfully rorpiests tbnt Bt.ANK Invitation onrds of waddings and otbor social events may bo sonb to tbo olltoo of WAiir.ll Wa t,K, 120 ftussolbstroot, Whin Ih always doslrablo In ardor to oiihiii'o nooiirnoy. To Correspondents. I.KT'rnnn and communications lntondort for lnsortton In WATiTiK Wai,k hIioiiIiI bo addressed to—Willi KniTon, Contributions do*' alluod oounob oh a rnlo bo roturnod I lint ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mayoral Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

I/jaijofal Ball. Tun Mayors of Molbourno havo, with somo trilling oxaoptldns, boon riptod for! tho tlbarallty of thalr linn" pltallty, buVtho retiring Mayor, Mr. CI. ID, Onrtor, has outstripped all his' 'prbdoobssbrs In this roHpaot, fcliiiH fulfilling tho prodlotloti that " tho last shali bo first,'' During his 'term "of olllao Mr. 'Oartor has boon most, prodigal lir oatorhig for'tho amusdmoht and entertain mont of tho public,' and In a dlsarhnlhntlng manner has dono his host'to distribute. his favors amongst tho poor as woll as tho rich, ' As mayor ho will long bo romomborod as an essentially " all' round " man, but tho culminating point of Mr, Oartor's hospitality was rcAohod on Wodnosday night, whon his farowoll ball was glvon In tho Town Hall, Tho preparations for tho ovont woro mado on tho most liberal soalo, and thn result surpassed tho anticipations which had boon ralsod In tho publlo mind. Tho list of Invitations was unusually long, and-as nearly all who woro Invited' aooop...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Balls and Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

Balls and Entertainments. . The last of the oujoynbla gatherings in connection with the Richmond Private Assemblies was held in the Richmond Town Hall last Friday evening. Thanks to the energy of the stewards (Messrs. 11. Byrne, H. D. Oarr, T.' J. Orosbio, O. J. Davidson, H, M. MaoGregoi^ T.J. Ryan, and J. A. Stach) theso assemblies have been most successful during the season. i The* Melbourne Doutsohor Turn Vorein hold another of 'their Socials on Monday last,, the 21st insfc. in their Hall, Lntrobe-strcet Bast, and with the nble assistance of their Prosident (H'err Woisbaden), a very pleasant evening was spent. \ The performing members of the Melbourno Phil harmonic Society, had good cause to grumble at their rehearsal on Tuesday at the ■. dilitory manner in which they, were treated by. tho officer or officers, of the society .not being able to .obtain their just rights and what they have justly earned, that is their tickets for the concert, on thoJhlth I nab, 'I t appears that tl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies' Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

Ladies' Cricket. AVjo know how devoted tho Australian youth is to tho noblo gamo at which'ho lins givon tho' Mother country such hard knocks. Jndood, wo think that nothing bottor provos the gonuino descent of tho Australian from-, tho "Briton than tho intonso hold which tho good old gamo hns upon him. Tho season is just, beginning, and wo venture,, to ask whothor tho fair girls of Aus tralia arb not going to wield tho willow in v tho sumo fashion—though, of course, not to tho samo oxtont—-as thoiivbrothors. Is lawn tennis—a good ■healthy; game, wo grant—to bo for bvor at the head of> ladies! outdoor amusements, or will it sink into unpopularity just as its very stupid predecessor crocpiet did some years ago ? Cricket need not bo'.played by ladies in public on: Satur day aftqrnoons of course ; but still it might, wo are; strongly of opinion, become acclimatised among 'Australian girls as a healthy and not ; unmaidenly"pastime. A pleasant sketch is given i of a cricket match played...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

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Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Green Room Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

Green Room Gossip. Mu. Drew lloiraraAUi/r, Cjunv,), la to )>o tho utago manager at tho liljou Theatre during thaldlx moid,Iih' druntatlo .aoaHnii whldh Mcihhvm, WIllldiriHon, Garnov, mid Musgrovo Inaugurate on Saturday, Oo« toher 17th, The opening plocici will bo "Nlla's Kaust," a Inroloal nomody, pro-, dtiood /with groat.huooohh In Sydney. last; Maruh, MIhh llcmaUiault, who Id ongagod ; for a hIx months'. Honaon, Ih to appoar. and tho Company hnvo boondtrangthunad by tho ongagoniont of Mr, d.Tarry Danlola, ONic-TiTtTiu of tho groHa rooolpts aro undarntood to ho tho forma upon whloli llosen mil liard, Jtldq,, prbfodnor of oloou tiou and oallgrnphy will ho willing to arrange for tho roproaoutatlon of Itoineo In hid now aotontltlod," Ovor tho Gordon Wall," during a Now ttoalond tour, Man ago I'd I Don't, all apeak at orioo. Miss JixuvV Bvdnijy and Captain Do Burgh liavo not sot tho world on flro In Adolaldo, whoro tho "Golonol" In whloli thoy olootod to appoar la juat a llttlo too ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

Fashionable Marriages. uii ' STUWAIIT.—MA. It WOOD,—-A pleasing '1 '■ Holotnnlsud at All faint's, St. Kllda, on ^ tomlior, whan Mi'. J. S to wart of Seym,,,,, attar Miss Mar worn I, daughter of m'h ^,'j stone.: Tho olutrah was crowded to ox,.,.,, tlio QlVorlw of the relatives to keep itio aiTidr,.. ««■ •Hie-buildhi# pproaontod- a most Urltllnnt doaoratod aw It was with lilies, Corns and Xiii A splendid Moral arohspanned Urn ooiitmUuv, apnea' within tho oommttnlrm rails wwa |)ct|((l Corns ami anmollhis, tlio wholo deeoruUou,v tlio work ol! thobrldo's lady llrloiids, Tlioluij, tlio ohttroh loaning on tlio arm of lior stuii(,i\ Faathorstono. Slio was attlrod la rich white,, rloh brocaded front, with a Ion# full >(|llaK oroam satin, profttsoly .trimmed with duel;, point, Slto also woro a oomploto suite <,( i<;; gift ot tlio brldogroom. A wreath of oranttj1 wltli volt, fastened with a Hell porirl oriiamoot.c,: a most ofVoctlvo oostntno. Tlio bridesmaid, four sist...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

MARTIN'S ^ HOMEOPATHIC PHARMACY. Pure Drugs, Accurate Disoensina, Moderate Prices. MAR TIN & PLEAS A N C E, Homoeopathic Chemists, 85 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELBOURNE. WALKER'S Old Highland Whisky "Whloli cititaliiad TriKhoHt Awiml (it tho MolbaurtiP nitil Syilupy iOxlill>ltl(iHH, GIBBS, BRIGHT & CO., AC1KNTS. M. BRASCH & C%£>. -8°- /&/ >SPECT v^^/BEST />'VrX AND UnrivalM^S^ CHEAPEST Innported Very Easy Terras. J AS. MARLOW Lnto of G oolong, BUCKLEY and NUNN, LEVIATHAN, Merchant Tailor, Habit and Robe -Maker, 11 FLINDERS STREET EAST. . Read tlio Opinions of the English and • Colonial Press. NOW READY. PEOPLE'S CHEAP EDITION Crown 8vo., Picture Boards, with 70 Original Engravings, The "i^telian Abroad" By (J.IT.), J. Hinostok. Price—Half-a-Crown. Printed & Published by WILLIAM INGLIS & GO. Publishers of "ONOEiA-MONTH," &o.'j &c. JOHN BLACKBURN n PIANOFORTE TUNER. Sole Agent for tlio Kapu Oolebrateil " Resonator...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Society. Forthcoming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 25 September 1885

^ocie^. Forthcoming Events. AiiiiniiiKiumont.H of Oniintii'l.H, 'InllH. 1<lltnvt.nhimonl.»i MootlliR* ItiiMfiii.VMa nnd RvlillilUmm, will ltd Iiimoi'UmI without olmrnn. r » v " ' ; ' ; ; : ^ JfllXOAy, SKI'TKMIUIII 2H, OoNoron'r.—trooivik Harmon lo Society's Seventeenth Subscription Oonoort. ■ , SociryUi.—tUna Lodgo Druids' Social, M.U. TIalli SocHAL.—RoyalPark .Football• Oltib, Hotham Town ■ Hall. • ;■ SATURDAY, SOTTPMIIRH 20. Tihm'WRS!—-'I.'.iri*.A'i*Royal i " Tho Private Sec retary." 5 Afternoon, WrostllngyWatolvWhlst lor and Mi I lor) Bijou TiiKAirmvy'Mlxod"; ' Oi'intA Hotjaiii, "Romany Rye") N uiicikt Tndatum " Quoon's Hvlclonqo",* St, Gkoiktk's HatIl, "13rle a-Drue." i. V, Conotsiit.—Gordon Concert, Exhibition Building, Racks.—A..T.O. Spring Mooting. " Dinn.ru,—-Victorian1 Flromon's Society Dinner,'. 'Hotham Town ITall. Monday, SnrMMnKU 28. I-ZDO'i'itur.—" Shortness of Drouth," JDr. 0. E. Evans, Y.M.O.A. Hall. . Tunsn ay, SnnTKMnKn;20, ? . • </ t>--v; i...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Musical Flaneur. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 2 October 1885

The Musical Flaneur. I at/WAYH enjoy tho sight oi! that mass oE young ladles—mostly young— that musical army, forming tho Phil harmonic chorus. Wluifc a prodigious bouquet of toilettes I On TuaHtlay night thoy exorcised their swoot throats, those nightingales, on the Stabat Mator of Dvorak, while the contrapuntal of bassl ami toiiorl was allWdod by the army of gontloimm on tho othov stdo, Tint vast orohoMtra, professional and amatoiirs, approached tnolv work with much nervousness, very shy In tho attnquo, but thoy oamo off victorious. I oonfoaa that wlion Nicholson allowed mo tho Inatrumontal scores of Dvorak, whloh ho had presented to tho PliUharraonlo,it appeared tho height of Improbability that thoy could . bo aurmountod — aa tho Mluornlan polloomon aay of tholr prlaonora -In auoh a abort tlmo, , Dvokak has budded,from atarvatlon to tho floroo whito light of fame In flvo yours. Tho ihigor of Wagnor may bo traood In him, aa In tho later composi tions of all masters. But his prlmo ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] mateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 2 October 1885

maleurs. mombora of tho. ;tlo CJlub, porformod tho Oolil," hihI h i'firoo ofiliod 'at tlioil1 Hull on Monday I Thu purfommnao run ifhouf. Tlio motnbom tiwk ng runt praiso for fchalt ablo ID viil'lottM oIltll'llOtOl'H. festival, of tho Kootsaray will tuko liltioo at tho IjnUomy, on tlio ovonlng ol 2nd of Oatobor. J bo pro lo Hist ovonlug's ontortaln mint of, recitations, songs. u with tlio fni'oo " You 11 l ho fitti'iiotlon for tlio sub hg will bo tlio porformnnoo tinstone's two-not Nautical In Holt," with tho faroo, times" ns un aftor-plooo, Mr. ham Is to not us oostumlor, hostru will bo undor tho lr. A. Thonuvs, ■ ■ r pin v on titled, "Allxo " for jvo.r WfW pvoditood at tho |lull on Wudnosday ltiab, by 1 Dramatic Club, (namod .cshloiit Mr. W. Hosklna, tho Sid mid votomn aotor), and d with vory pleasing afl'oot 'company, undor tho stago nf Mr. W. Hosklna. Tho, was somowhat hoavy, was icod by tho addition of a nutty sot [of soonory and lies, Tho aotlng on tlio >f tho porformora ro...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 2 October 1885

<& Segar Factory JOHN I. SAQUI, Proprietor, 74 MORAY ST. ElBOO Importer of Begars & Leaf Tobacco N.B.—AU Goods Manufactured from the Finest Imported Leaf, -j .... SMOKE Trades' Union 3d %arS 3d 3d 109 Photographic Artists, Photo.-L thographors & Fl IZABETH-ST. Mechanical P,l J MainifacturoVH'. lfcnifln«....« •M A ruTlUiocLH1 "PijlIlM, MjUIUfftCburot'H', linpjIiuiurH' lKmluu*, *nAi,l Maim. Arctu^ hi Pilofco.;LithoKrHi)liy ov HollotM? q,,ooln»C h oil Vtuw, ot ouch of tlio ProcoHHCH, afc M EUZABETll' 11 bjiecimuii. -where all Information oan bu olilaluud. J H K A T It 30 11 O Y A L. Under the management of Messrs, Wil liamson, Gnrnor and Musgrove. Treasurer ... Jan. 30. Mooro TO-NIGHT undTfiFvERY EVENING Will bo noted a Now Earoioal Comedy, in three nets, written by Chas. Hawtroy, Esq., and untitled THEPRIVATE SECRETARY. Mr. PRANK TJ COllNTON As the ltov. ltoburt Spalding, I'layod by liim upwards of 200 times, at tho Madison Square, Now York, and Glob...

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