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Mr. Philip Plaisted. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 2 October 1885

Mr. Philip Plaisted. ,, j With this issue wo give a portrait, ch Mr. Plalstcd, tho well-known orgmdHt, who lias boon In Molbouniu .for many yearn. There In no one In the nniHleal profession of Melbourne more generally liked or more popular with the piibllo than Philip PhilHtud. He oointnonood bin study of the organ In 18o(l at Ht. Peter's Ohuroh, 10nstorn M111, under the guidance of Mr, UoHWoll, and subsequently under Ida sue "'tibaHor, Mr, I *i'l tij^l o, the Ho v. Canon Hand Jlold having kindly granted the use of the instrument for Ii(h pruutlco. At tho ago of .1(1 yearn Mr. Pinlstud played the orpin ^during the absence of bin biHtruetor, Mr. jPrlhglo, and gave groat satisfaction to all ^present, In 185(1 lie was the recognised assistant organist of 8t. J'oter'H, anil In the following year lie wan appointed or ganist of St. Stephen's, Illohmoml, wlileli post ho hold for many yearn, Ho vlnitod . JSuropo In .1HIM, and ntudlod t)io organ In London, under the guidance of the Into Mr, ...

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

* dliiru broabiu, tho Ilttlo girl who wtis lost iutho, Bush, is uttruotiug luuuy to tho Waxworks iu bourke Str oot. W. B re b bs e Tm e i cb e r, Artistic House Decorator Signwriter, Housopaintor, &o. gg wanston street gg (0|)|ii)Hltu UIuiiiuiiUi' Onl'o), DMHICJNH AND EH'!' t MA'fl'lH, XjAUltl'i AHHOItTAUONT l'AIM'i llll A NtUNCIH, —Xniltiitlon Htiilnod CIIiihh 11 B|iuululty.—< " The Nightingale and the Cuokoo." GRAND CONGEST. TOWN HALL, NEXT SATURDAY, OCT 3. Artists ! Mra. ARMSTRONG, Miss CHRISTIE FULLER, , Mr, ARMES BEAUMONT, Mr. GORDON ClOOOH. Mr. J, B. 55ERB1NI, The renowned Viola Playor, For 20 years of tlio London Monday Popular Concerts, Will appoar for the Hrst time In Molbourno as Musioal Director and Conductor, And will''introduce to the public Ids newly -organised "Zerbini Quartett." First Violin - - Mr. Q. Weston Second Violin - - Mr, IT, Curtis Viola- - Mr, J.'B, Jiorblui Violoncello - - - Mr. S. Hart The NEW " STORM " FANTASIA, By Lofobvro-Wuly, "THE...

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

Bicijcle (Jlub Ball. Tim annual ball of the Victoria lllcyolo Club took phioo In Mia Atlioniuum Hall) Collins-street, on ThurH«< day, 24t.li Soptombor. Tliaro was a good attondnnoo of. members, and nearly allMetropolitan Clubs woro woll roprosontad. Tho ball was' Mio first hold In tho Hall , slnoo Its ro-opoiilng, and; lis impravacl appanronoo was tho subject oil much' favorablo onmtnant,, Tho Com mlttoo had doooratod tho stuga and various portions of tho room with fortis, flowors, and flaws, and as usual a number of hundsotna bloyolos, Tha following Is a dosarlptlon of a fow of Mio most attraatlvo costumes i Miss Trobovan woro a dross oomposod of whlto satin drapod with Hdalwalss laao, and looped with sprays of hawthorno ; Miss Malr, whlto muslin skirt and and rod-valvot body, fan and ribbons to matah ) Miss Montague was prottlly drossod in oroam nun's veiling with ruby spots, ruby-volvat bodloo bub squaro, oroam' and pink rosos and ribbons to mntoh j Miss Lao, blaok sil...

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

Befort fsp Curtain, M il. Titoux'i'oN is to take Ills departure noxbwook, and tho Melbourne stngo will know him no more, It loses one of the most original Imporsouutlpus it, 1ms oyer soon., plorgymon possessing-some o£ the) peculiarities o£ ithb (Hoy'orond • Eob'ort Spalding are by.f.. no* moivhs jii'iro, but u clergyman 'who combines ■: thorn all Is hot soon ovary day. .Still tliol'o Is so much oonslstoiioy In tlio representation that you .would nob lop off. one of, the, oeoontrlol blos 1£ you could, The author and aotor havo combined to throw a eortaln llttlo touch o£ Inslnoorlty Into tho oharaotor, which prevents tho audlbnoo from sympa thising overmuch with the very doomed lll-tfoatmont to which Mr. Spalding Is subjected. .Ho so readily assents to the proposition that all men are fools at some tlmo of tholr lives, hols so oagor to boligvo that all tlio people ho moots are knaves, and ho so stupidly falls Into his own trap when ho jumps to the conclusion that silly Miss Ashford I...

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

Willi* and Be«il '? fFlOK.UY,,Jl1NN.TNCIf(, of Aokluiul-Hticof, r Hollollov, tnada his will on tho 4th r,f ^ enndappolntud t-lici following triiHtcoHiitrit solloltoV i 111 nnalifeE lieu ''Mauley, widow Louisa Jomilngs,Valuator. Ho hof[iiunt|lc,'||i ,'his son Ifoiii% IHh ihinilfciit'o to IiIh uiimuniai,^ Sophid L q u I sa t wTd 4 to his married Catherine, llrako,'lie/loft' 41100, All tlie (,1( ostato, real. and . :porsonal, the (1ocohj«| trustees to hold In trust j rind In t|lf, nw ,' pay his daughters, Sophia . Louisa, Kmed, p Henrietta El I/,a, an annuity nf ,ct;-.o ^ quartoi-ly—and subject to suali annuities,to1 ostato equally, as follows i Sophia Elly,a,-and Ifonrlotta Elista, ono share hctu |"'H IHanoho Ellon Mauloy, ono sharo ; and n,1Im i/11 ono sharo, Tlio doooasod provided that vt1 taking any sharo or Intorost undor Ids will, the same to hot* solo and separate use, ilm tho real estate was sworn at jti 1 >",000, nnd ih at 4210,000. AONT59 MAlUOTt IfATITKIl, wife i,l' AihIm...

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

tr ^mokers I TIiumj 01 CI A'LIS nvu In o vor.v way. i'ol livblp ■ composed a)! tlio Klnost .Lonl!,, mid in nil o : by; tli'o niOHt skilful lU'tlafcs. IBE." Tlio BosI Value foi' Gd ily " THISBE Cigars ko sum of u GOOD HMOKJl), My AiM">lNl,iii(!iit, 1(1 -11 In M.voulluuciy Hi'n-u-WmMl'fmU'KXiAu N. PATON Florist a» Seeds, SEED8MAN/^O^Tlants, • Cjy' Flowers, ^yy^O SWANSTON UU STREET. PBIMXIOSIB, BOHONIA, VIOTiUlTS, n^a all fcho iciowora of blio Qoaaon, Ij/ER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. I Id MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. j |e^ THORMER PIANO |h Morn Vnlnablo Impvovoinonba bit an Any Oblior Piano of! Iba Claaa, and V'uh Nothing to bo Duslrod in Brilliancy and Swoobnoaa of Tono and f JOIugaiioo ol Dom1#ii. None bub Thorough ly-auaaonod Matorlals uro Uaod la Iba Conabrucblon, and ib ia now Generally llocognlaod aa only CHEAP PIANO of Merit. Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. .'II OTOCilT API IS AND P A11TIC U LAliS ON APPLICATION TO ln j GOLLINS-ST E., MELBOURNE. lT drapery hal...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 2 October 1885

Table Tal\. No better instance otin bu given of u jnlsouloulntlou of the public .taste than that furnished by the number oL' copies unsold ol' Sit' 0. CI, Duffy's " Four Years ol! Irish History." Tlio book was published us u sequel to the sumo author's "Young Ireland," which, coming out at u vary opportune time, was very successful. To soo at Uobortson's book side on 'Friday unci Saturday lust ' Sir Ohurlos' "Four Yours " In lot utter lot sandwiched ; butwoon Shakespeare and a book on poultry, or between i the lllblu and the " Pilgrim's Progress," In order to carry It to u bid, was sulUolontly oonvlneing. • m I * * ! I. no not suppose that the bachelors ol! Victoria are ,nuioh alarmed at Mr, Shiiekoll's motion, designed, f 'suppose, to Induce them to baur tho shackles ot matrl • mony. To poll-tax bachelors like Chinamen Is a thing isulllolontly 3iovot, but tho member tor lloduoy will not bo satisfied even with this, He wants a progressiva tux ,to bo Imposed oil all unmarried men bot...

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

Grouzelle PHOTOGBAPEl 11 ROYAL ARGAOL Carte de Visltes, »v Jabez Carnegie il IMrOllTEIlS OF PIANOS AND 200 Bourke-sti MELBOUEffi OfEur tholr wull-soluctcd Stock Mi Wholesale Prices. lie Most Exiensivo ia the Soiilliorn Hoisp !. F. PICKLES & S®' —5, 7, and 11 On view, a largo lent of every concoii PLEASURE and BW" VEH101E , UrOUC'i;,E miprising Lal\ !1l"f1i)lc-scilU'1,1 >rias, single and do pjia,toii<., a top Buggies, ron3(Uif(lcti;trf.. 3iiottes, &e., kc.<J ftS], (im1' iorouglily suason >ooially selected. - ]nUi lWf First prizes Foi ^ t d ho0d«J jublo and si»K ° 8L„,ui t«*i es, Waggonotto, «' work,«;u v/irds for oxcollonoo u■ ore awarded oww^jaf

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

Bi<ic-a-Bi<ac. Lov.UtiY w.oman, stopping over to the front as It 1b : lioi' nutui'o to do now-n-days, lius taoklod the Public. ♦ |! Service Dill and inflicted what " The Private Secretary' calls "a good liavd knock" on that much-bomaulod rtioasiu'o. Hor case is stated with a conciseness which is perfectly appalling, for ill women onou muator the art oi1 brevity, wo are all dono i'oi', 'i'ho pouticl of feathers doos not Uut't, it is tho. pouud oL1 load that bruises, and tl 10 fair assailants liavo dropped upon the Minister of j Dduoation.so heavily, tliat only load can bo suggested j as a fitting simile for tho weight of their arguments. j Do you know that male touchers got 20 per ootit, more than fomalo toaohors, that men have aotually boon allowed to become first assistants, a position which hitherto lias boon confined to lovely woman herself, and that head toaohorships aro olosod to ladlos except in schools with an average attendance of loss than fifty, Are y...

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

PMNIX FIRE OFFICE, VICTORIAN BRANCH . 0 MAIMCBI^ BUILDINGS, | II, MA Nj^ELDfc TAYLOR) OF LONDON. .ICSTAlUjaillOD 1782 Under Vice-Regal Patronage. Rooomiijondod by LADY LOCH. Under Vice-Regal Patronage. Rooomiiioiidod by LADY JERV01S. it 2im SwuiHton Sirout, MISS PETHERBRIDGE, (Prom Muubray, llowan it Ulcka) COSTUMIER E, MILLINER, Ao., 102 COLLINS STREET EAST, (noxt Mm, Atkinson). Wod'ding and Trouaabnux anil Mourning Orders ; : Promptly Attended tu, Mrs. A. IRVINE ROBERTSON, ARTIST, Oholtonhfiin Houso, Toorak-rd., S. Ynrra Having 'taken tlio iiIkivu Clinmnortlims Vlllu Mrs. Ito'iurtson 1ms liiul In vluw, to give ii oinufortubla llotno to Lnillus Visiting Town, with tbo ad vantages of painting, drawing and sketching HOLDSWORTH & SMALLEY, Surgical and Mechanical Dontisls, (At Norrla it Co., cihomlsts,) 70 CHAPEL-ST., PRAHRAN, Opprmlto TOWN HALL. <gk nvc_A_-sr, Baker, Pastrycook, Confectioner, 43 T00RAK RD., SOUTH YARRA. Ontcror for Wcilillng Breakfasts, i'nrtloa, I'...

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

Tea Table ,!l'Ja no 11 1" Miiifiiuui UimL, worn than anything else. WIiuii bhick |s,V( 11 dross occasions, it Is mostly rulluvod by piuk waistcoats, pink panels on wklfts, velvet appliques laid over u oolor, ' Anv7 it black drosses otui bo ro-mtidu to look iilmwipl by. having colored silk trimmings veiled^ ChnntUly lhoo, or not, Is very sullublu tor so light and soft, and does not got ontof shano,3 .' ■ {- m ' 'I'1 * * PJiim Antra few ltorus from the troussoau r>(u|; tl young lady- will prove Interesting. Tim wofhlin J consisted of oream mo Ire shrouded In exMuidti>' hVatpiMo, atid'plokod out with umngo bl.wJ/J of oroam moire trimmed wltli dlumoinl. Ainu Is overburdened with loose diamonds can now H whore to put them. The golng-awuy dim w,H posed of oroatn oropo draped over u skirl o|,, coloured otiimlno diagonally stripod with bamlnf | embroidery, and a oasoiido of oroam utul red | down the loft side. A ball dross of white wjip eaded with llowors In gold thread, with u di'iip...

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

Tooiiak Habmonic Society. This society gave its seventeenth sub scription ooncort in : tho Prahmn Town Hall on Friday evening, in tho prosonoe of a largo and fashionable audionco. Tho first part consisted of "VV. H. Cumming's bautatn, The Fairy Ring." Tho principal parts woro sustained by Miss Paulino Schiller (soprano), Miss Rosa Richardson (contralto), Mr. A. J. Pallctt (tenor), and Mr.,, E. Lionel Wilson (basso), all of whom acquitted themselves extremely well. The choral numbers displayed a very groat improvement on previous efforts, good attention being paid to the marks of expression. The singing gener ally was characterized by crispncss and ooiToot Intonation, um| on tho pintCm;m pvovoittin, f growing rapidly, The,,^1' of l.i poi-loi-motM. who|ilnVJi^r to " La Dante lUuuuliusoV repetition was dmnamloil, An J innclo for tho alwuucu „( through a severe cold, ,U|(l ; sang in His place a tncttv. Again," A thiol hy Mr. nnll u" 1 (pupils of Mr, ,r, Uvu) Tho concert terminated hy a,...

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

The Great Underpaid. " UNnnnT^Ai n-undorsontoncod," seems to hnvo boon tho principle which ruled the sentence upon Robinson, tho foolish young man who took tho midnight trip out to Brighton with tho Rod oral Bank's cash tho other 'evening. As wo hnvo said boforo in those columns, it Avas a poor thing in robberies after all. Tho guilty clerk, indeod, seems to have succumbed in no very surprising or extraordinary way to temptation, and this appears to bo tho reason of Judgo Copo's loniont son tonco. Robinson had to perform his duties dur jing tho day and then at night had to take oaro .of thousands of pounds. Ho had a. salary of £80 a year, which fact. Avas montionod in court as tho chief roason for justice being temporod Avith a more than ordinary quantity of mercy in his caso. Ho'got into debt., and in an attempt to oorroct the inequalities of fortune, took tho money and started upon a Avild schomo of concealing it. It. was altogether very :liko putting poison in tho flour for tho b...

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

Higher Education. for the ovootion of n Girls'' Hi L^lln connection with tiio Church of Ei High Eng hnd'li tho mooting of tho assembly last week, IVokc^mueli discussion. Tho tacts wore voij IliHplJfl Tho church has land at ITotham-stroot, fctfS [elhourne, which is very suitable for- a, :ichoulj| land it has also, an income devivotV from lands, which were originally sot apart; |ntionnl purposes, . It was proposed to : lie land by building a school, and to pro tho payinout of interest on tho ,£10,000 to (svih! on dobonturos should tho income of msod establishment bo insufficient to i">ny hint. Tho most determined opponent of was .Tndgo Hiokmrin Moloswbrth, whoso ts wore rathor startling. Ho foarod the ould bo n fashionable institution in Bel ■tlint is East Molbouvno-—and that the, would include tho announcement,'.that' was taught, " oitlior tho Boston lurch or military waltz,: in accordance with the °l' tho Church of. England." It wns'n dstnlco, in his opinion, to set aside money I...

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

Druidg' Ball. Tini Una Lodge, No, .1 Oft, U.A.O.D., aolobvafcod tholr fifth anniversary, by giving a plain and fanoy .dross . ball, on Friday ovoning I nab In tho Manchester Unity 'Hull. The ovon lug's nmusomonb oonslstocV bf singing, dancing, oard-playlng and/obhor^gamos of ;a-. social oharaqjor, Special inonfclon alioulrT.bo inado. of the following ladloa, and gbntlomon for thotr raspoativo Hangs i—Mr. Jolly) " pui' Jack's aoma' homo. to-day " j Mr, QJl'on, " Button." ) 'Mr. Handrolls, "Bright boams'"j Mr, Kay, " Lullaby " j' Miss Shaw, " t wont play with you any mo.ro," which' alto did to perfection " ) . Mr Wills,■"Parson'and fclio Clork") and M Isa Kolly, whosutig "'Ln, ■ hoar tlio wild winds blow," very wall, Tho following aro tho. names of tlio different characters and aostumos:—-Miss Atkins, English colours"; Mrs.Hurry : Marshall, looked woll In a handsome costume of oroatri satin and cardinal silk noatly fcrtminod with pourt laoo and gold ornumonts) Mrs. IT. Larnaok," Medic...

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

Taxes on Bachelors. BacukIvOhs' arejh class of tho community which can look on with aomplaconoy while the most radical changes are being made in Parliament, It matters little to them whether an increased duty is plaood upon ladies' boots and shoes, or similar articles pertaining to infants. The only interest whioh legislation has for them, in reality, is when Parliament proposes to inorease tho duty on spirits, boor, tobaooo, and cigars. But all this is to bo changed if Mr. Shnckoll's pro posal is accepted. Ho wishes to tax bachelors for romaining single. Ho doos not beat about tho bush at all by proposals indirect in their operation, but he proposos to render celibacy a quasi offoncc. The proposal on tho face of it .seems absolutely cruol. Tho goneral tendency of mankind—anyway in its youthful stages—is to gravitate towards matrimony, amHyoung men are only deterred from entering that state by motives of economy, which do not ontor into tho calcul ation of a wealthy auctioneer. If a...

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

The Gordon Memoriae Concert. It would not bo easy to pioturo a moro iraprcsslvo sight than ,tho Exhibition building prosontod on Saturday, whan tha flvo thousand children wore-massed in front of tho grand organ and.down tlio groat hall, with ton thousand pooplo gathorod in front to listen. Tho pro gramme was a good ono, lind tho ohilclron sang like soldiers, dashing into battle as if they wore dotorminod that their littlo voices should bo hoard half over Carlton as very likely they woro when thoy ail sang togothof as they did in God Bless the PrTnoo of Wales, ■ tho "Viotorlan National Hymn, and othor compositions. But the effect of tho singing of tho separate schools was marred by tho buz zing of voices, for the managers had omitted to take tho ordinary moans of ar resting tho children's attontion by strik ing a bell to command silence. So tho spoctaolo of some despairing conductor screaming out, " Will you be silent," in a voioo that was not heard ton foot from him, was ono of the ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Musical World. DVORAK'S STABAT MATER. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 2 October 1885

fljugioal World. PVOUAK'H BTAIIAT M AT Nit. Tho event of (ho week him boon thu Urst presentation In AiiHl.nilhi of Dvorak's Htabnt Mater—n work whioh has actually given uh something entirely now In hooIiiI music. Dvorak divides tho grand Catholic hymn into ton passages. and follown In Homo instances tho llossini disposition of tho parts. Hub ho broivks with all pre cedent presently, and happily ho. Ho tins actually furnished tho religious world with a now modlura for tho expression of devotional fooling and I can hardly con oolvo tlvo statu of mind of a llstonor who would not arise impressed, elevated, and sofbonod after listening to this latest of musical achievements. Tho solos, " Five arcloat Oor Moum" for bass, " Fao mo voro " for toner, and " liillammatus " for alto, aro all revelations of genius. They do not tax tho voice so much as they dis play their powor to oharm, and their influence on tho hearer is comploto. Tho diiot, "Faout Portom," for soprano and tenor is full of moa...

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

j Fashionable Marriages. ' Thomas-—Whitehead :—A most interesting wed ding took plaao on "Wednesday, September 28rd, at half-past threo in the afternoon, at Trinity Church, East Melbourne. The coremony was performed by the Rev. IT, Wollaston. The contracting parties were : Miss Lena Whitehead (oldest daughter of Sergeant Major Whitehead, Head Quarters staff, Victorian Militia), and Mr. Frederick W. Thomas, (son of Mr, J.' Turner Thomas, of Hawthorn). The bride was attired in a rich dross of ivory satin, trimmed with Edelweiss lace and orange blossoms. The orthodox veil and orango wreath were worn. The bride was attended by four pretty childron as bridesmaids, who wore most becomingly dressed. Miss H. Whitehead and Miss M. Protricho wore drosses of blue nun's veiling, waterfall back of broche trimmed with biscuit lace, and Miss M. and Miss T. Moses wore whito nun's veiling, richly trimmed with white and cardinal sashes. She was also accompanied by Miss M. Whitehead (sister of the brl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Society. Forthcoming Events. Announcements of Concerts, Balls, Entertainments, Mootinga Bazaars, and Exhibitions, will be inserted without charge. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 2 October 1885

Society. Forthcoming Events. AniiouiionmoiitM of Oniiooi'tn, Tlulln. KntoKnlmuoutii. moomiikb \ Iln'/imt'*, ivnil KxIiIHILIouh, will ho Innot'toil without olmrnto. tfuinAY, OciTOjiMft 2. B AT.r,,—Violoria Private Quadrille Assombly Fancy Dross Hall, South Molbourno Town Hall. SocirAr,.—Richmond City, Illolimond Town Hall, . Racks,—Ballarat Hunt and Tur£ Club Spring Mooting. ! Saturday, October 3, jTifEATRXW i—Tikea-hie Royai, ' " The Private See | rotary"} Bijou Theatre, "Mixed"} OuxinA ! House, " Bomony Ryo"} NuacwT Tiieatrxv j "'Aurora Floyd" and "The Silent Woman1,"} j St. GisannE's HAi.r., " Brlc«a«Brac." 'racks.—Ballarat Hunt and Turf Olub Sprlnp: Mooting. jllAOKS.—Molbourno Hunt Olub Spring Mooting. ! Monday, OoTonim 5. ILiscTunE,—Musical, Mr. E, A. Jagor, Kow Town • Hall. ' ; - 'Lecture,—"Sloop," Dr. Folix Moyor, Y.M.C.A. Hall Jsociiat..—Carlton Lodge, M,17. Hall. I ■ . . 1 . Futday, Octoxjer 0. fSoaiAT,.—Circassian Private Quadrille Club, M.U. j Hall. ; Bai.t,.—C. Company o£...

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