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Nobility in Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

Nobility in Trouble. V-Labo?- vFilday-. evening .Iho QoorgO" TTotol, St, Kllda was tho soano of a disturbance of a somewhat unusual) dharaator, whloh recalls to memory tho tlrao when Mr. D. O. L. Moody, of Adelaide, summarily chastised Mr, A. T. CJlark, of WlllluTnstown,|fov his remarks about tho Quoon. Lord St. Leonards, who lma gainod for himself a not very onvlablo roputation on tho othor aldo of tho globo, was at tlio bar, which was flllod with gontlomon, and took occasion to mako somo oxooodlngly vllo and slandorous allegations concerning IT or Majosty, aooklng to glvo tho bystandors, aa a proof of tholr truth, the wolght of /re position : possibly ho'thought 'that his word—tho word of a lord—would bo accoptod to take away tho oharaotor of ono so universally ostodmod as our graoious Quoon. Anyono who did not know some thing of tho form or oaroor of this young-gontloman would havo thought that tho proaonao of two barmaids would havo dotorr'od him from talking In suoh an indooont...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

GrouzeJIe PPoto g-bapeeA 11 royal mm Carte ct© Visites, 8s. M| The Most Extensive in the Soufhorn G. F. PICKLES & SONS,! —S, 7, and 11 loATROBE ST. WES] | And at SANDHURST. I On view, a largo and ole^'fl ment of every conceivable styw I PLEASURE and BUSlPf VBHIOIES, I comprising Landaus, Brougii^J torlas, single and doublo-sonti, no top Buggies, P0113' f| gonettes, &c., &c„ manufwNuaAJ thoroughly soasonod uan au I specially selecfcod. , r, First prizes for Landau, bro& double and singlo-soafcod }w°'ls^ gies, Waggonette, and t«°^1 awards for excellence of nod .u were awarded last weok bv I Agricultural Society of Victo: • Illustrated catalogue posf plication. „ GEORGE M, MmuW

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sandhurst Military Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

^andhui^t N[iliteij fit T.UW Sandhurst military hull took , Masonic Hall on Wednesday ovouln^, the noti,^ tombor, an<}. proved ono ol' tho nio.it hikco^, of. tho kind glvan In Sandhurst during tbos^ 1b now closing. Thoro wore ovor a Immlrtii,,! pvoflont, and. as tho gentlemen slightly It was a, regular " ladles " night. Tlui lml| ^ fully and appropriately dooorntod for thco^, Sorgoant-Major. Darling, SargauntAlnjor j|^, Sorgoaut Houston, of tho Cavalry troop, Thef,];, 1b a Hut ot tho names oE thoso who wore t>r,«e. W? If, Anderson, Mr. T, Arttlluld, I.ioutonnm.i and Mrs. Altkon, Miss lllaokloy, Mr, S, Itmr,,. Benjamin, Mlsa Hlroli,.Mr. T. brown, Major i Miss Harnett, Mr. W. It. Bmdloy, Mr, M,c Carr, Mr, II. Oarr, Miss Caldwell, Lloutuimntj CJordnor, Mr. Oralko, Miss A. CJunnully, Mu Oonnolly, Mr. 11. 15, Crawford, M r, A, I'onr.,';, Conway, Mr. J. Colm (jinny), Mlsa Culm. Mkn Miss Clorry, Miss Charlton, Sergeant W, lv Captain and Mrs. Uyason, Mr. J. niul Mu.lv Miss IDo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

OF LONDON. PHfflNIX FIRE OFFICE, - VICTORIAN BRANCH :' MA,?SX,I "• MANj^lJLD^ TAYLORi Under Vice-Regal Patronage. Rooommondod. by LADY LOCH. SO FLINDERS LANE-W. Under Vice-Regal Patronage. Rooommondod by LADY JERVOIS. ik 2tltl S)«'(tu«toii Btt'uab, MISS PETHERBRIDGE, | | (Et'oin Monbmy, Kowun it HIoIch) COST U M IE RE, MILLINER, do., 102 COLLINS STREET EAST, (noxt Mix. Atklnnon). Woddlntf unit '.I'rotiHHOivux unit Mounting Ordotx Promptly Attomloil to. Mrs. A. IRVINE ROBERTSON, ABTIST, Cheltenham Houso, Toorak-rd., S. Yarra JtuvIn«■ tnkon tho iibovo Oomniadlotta YUlu Ml'*. Robortuon luta hud In vlow, to glvu ti aotnfortublo Homo to LiuIIoh Vlaltlng Town, with tlio nd VuutugoH ol! pointing, (iniwlng ivnd skotoblng luHMoim, IT mini rod. HOLDSWORTH & SMALLEY, Surgical and Mechanical Dentists, (At Norrls it Oo., c)lionil8tH,)2 70 CHAPEL-ST,, PRAHRAN, Opposite TOWN HALT. CBK MAY, Baker, Pastrycook, Confectioner, 43T00RAK RD., SOUTH YARRA. Ontoror for Woddlng BroukfustH, i'urtloa,...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fancy Dress Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

FanciJ Di<e$ \W; ■ill) J ■Ctvi Tjte third annual Fancy Dross Bull of (lie Private Assemblies was held in tho South W ,'^wn Ilall on Friday, 2nd Ootobov. Aiuutt M'1 wore prosont, and tho following were n®,!' cliaraators assumed :—Miss Barbior,11 Cfood I.uA .bluo satin, oovorod with gold horseshoes; Mi* Aylcos,'< Italian Girl;" Miss Taylor, "&V ivory satin, gold laoo and pearls, leghorn 1 orook in hand; Miss Violet Yates, "SpriB?. Annio Musgrovo, " Daughter of tho Regiment M'Donald, as an Australian cricketer, w offectlvo dross, tho skirt being painted «' necessary orickoting matorials; Miss Minks"1 Miss Ettio Taylor, " Starlight;" Miss Betto"; of Erin ;" Miss Hogglo, " Qnoon of Night Maid'■of tho 'Mill;"' Miss Finnognn, Graduate 5" Miss Alloii, " Folly;" Miss M<?(* Modern Diana Miss' A. Meyers, ".Scotch Miss Mary' Taylor,' " America ;" Mrs. bud;"1 black laco > covered with rosebud" ^ .-Brown,! I'asright j'V' Miss Aldorson, ^ Miss Wagstdflf,...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Balls and Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

Balls and Entertainments. OK Thursday evening, 1st October, Mrs. Joseph Clarke hold a very onjoyablo 11 At Homo," at her resi dence, " Mandovillo Hall," Toorak, in honor of hor niece, Miss Marion Clarke. About eighty guests wore prosont, among whom we noticed :—Lady Clarko, Miss Blanche Clarko, Miss Ethel Clarko, Miss MoTntyro. Miss A. .Camming, Misses Stevenson, Miss Nicholson, Miss Labor-touche, Mr, and Mrs. Grico, Dr. Fitzgerald) Miss Fitzgerald, Mr. and Mrs. Fisken, Miss Fiskoh' Miss Rosa Snodgrass, Miss Baylos, Miss Cunningham' Miss Hardy, Miss M. Anderson, Miss B. Simson, Mis9 Payne, Dr. LompTioro, Rev. Mr. Fellowes, Sergeant^ General Cunningham, the o file or s of the U.S.S. " Enter prise," Mr. "W. B. Pcele, Mr. Harcourt, Mr. Sturgoss, Mr. Arthur Blackwood, Major Rhodes, Mr. S. Prell, Mr. F, Payne, Mr. H. Payno. Mr, L. White, Mr. Xi. K. S. McKinnon, Mr. Howard, Mr. Baylos, Mr. G. Ividdell, Dancing was commenced shortly after nirro o'clock, and was kept up with great spirit un...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wealthy Beggars. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

Wealthy Beggars. Wis do not nlludo to tho blind man who is bog ging in ono of the principal thoroughfares of Molbourno and is reputed to bo possossod of £5000 in hard cash. Tho boggars wo havo under consideration are the class that posters tho Mayor of Molbourno to" obtain tickots to the annual ball at tho Town Hall. Wo havo hoard every year, whon the groat social event is ap proaoliing, storios of tho numerous applications by .*,* ladios " and " gontlotuon" for tickots to tho Mayor's Ball. In somo oasos tho applicants aro suooossful,: -but a groat many havo to submit to either tho snub-oblicjuo or snub-direct. Wby a Mayor of the Oity of Molbourno, or ovon a.subur-' ban Mayor should bo subjected to anuoyanco and bo forced to invito porsons ho did not includo in his original list of guests, nppoars to us a sooial. problem which roquiros solution and romody. If because a Mayor is a public man ovoryone who! lias property, or carries on businoss in his muni cipality, is entitled to Mayo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Overtime. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

II,J Overtime. lubjoet or oYovtlmo has latoly boon brought [public notico by tho claim made for com ?tion by tlio clerks in tho Education Dophrt Tho circumstancos were thoso : Many liml boon ongngod during; a period-. of Ifmir months on tho work of propnring tho jjtian Itoport, a bulky affair presented to |iuont ovory year, mostly composed of tin gary statistics, and threo-fourths of' which |y roads. Still, tho work of preparation had jgluno; and was done, moorovor, out of office ;ns tho books from which ' the' statistics are faro in use during the offioial'day. - 'It was, Jtoiv, nocossary that a special overbimo stall H do tho work, and they asked to be paid fori lids tho Public Service Board refused, and j jfovoriunont are going to pay it nevertheless jncur thoroughly in tho opinion that ovor M a groat ovil. But there is ovortimo whioh} |s lor a low evenings at certain periods, and Js ovortimo which qngnges.tho time of aclork Ipeta and months at a time. Still, it is a nuisnnco, a ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Vice-Regal Summer Residence. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

A Vice-Regal Summer Residence. The proposal of the Government to ask Par liament to provide a summer residence for the Governor and Lady Lock will commend itselE to all who wish to see the position oE His Excellency kopt up to the standard which it demands. The Viceroy of India goes to Simla during the hot weather, and the seat oE Government is wholly removed there. The Governor of Hew South Wales lias his summer residence, and there really appears no reason why Sir H. B. Loch, Lady Loch and family should not bo able to leave, for a time, and reside in the country in a manner befitting their station. It is by no means dignified for a Governor to be constrained to seek the accommo dation of a sea-side hotel, or the hospitality of a friend in the country whenever ho or his-wife and family, requires :< a change from town. Mount Macedon' will most, probably be selected as the situation of ithe'new Vice-Regal Lodge.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Character From Handwriting. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

Character NFrom Handwriting. ;LmT; us rejoice ! Commercial men in "Victoria i will'in future not require to malco exhaustive en-, quiries through CJoombe's Trade Protection; Society, or any such similar agency, concerning! the. position of a customer, but. will, by an easier j . and: , more simple method, bo able ; to ascertain! whether vtheir,' customer lias honest intentions. Coombos,; we are told, is not always a' relia -ble authority.1 Some time ago, two merchants woro disougsing tho value of making enquiries through that ngency. A, Avns positive of Ooombos' infalibility, whilst B. had his doubts. After some nrgumont B. set himself to prnotionlly de monstrate his assertion by telephoning to OoonVbes, asking whether ho could trust A. £1000 worth of goods. The disputants were anxiously awaiting the answer at tho instrument. At lost B, was ."rung up," and rocoiyed a message that he could trust £500 worth but not moro, as there woro black marks against him in the enquiry book. A., w...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

Engagements, Wednesday, October 14 th la the data fixed for the wedding of Mlsa Emily Kormode, of Monn Vale, near Lauueaston, Tasmania, and stop-daughter of the Rev. H. B. MaoOartnoy, M.A., inonmbonfc of St. Mary's Ohuroh of England, Canlfiald, and Mr. Edmund Garo-Yoo, a nopliew of Sir Thomas Goro-Browno, onco Governor of Tasmania, Mona Vala is a beautiful and pioturosqno ostato between Launooston and Hobart where the Duke of Edinburgh was entertained by the Into Mr, Kermodo whon II. R. H. paid a visit to Tas mania while on his Australasian tour in 1808, The wedding is to tnko place at three o'olock in the after noon, at St. Mary's, Onulfield. Tho bride's dress is to bo of ivory satin, trimmed with laoe of tho same color. There are to be six bridesmaids, who are to woar whito laoe and blue satin nigrottes in their hair. Each brides maid will wear a short tulle veil. Miss . Mac Oar tney, daughter of the Rev. H, B. MacOartney, will act as chief bridesmaid, and tho Misses Griffith, of ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

Society. Fashionable Marriages. j 1 1 ^ j. Oi/kwkn.Wat.kkii —- HAiwmono, This mnvrlago 'was oolobratad at' throo o'clock on Wednesday after noon at St, And rows Ghuroh,Brighton by fcho llov. 0j. Taylor, tho Inoumbonfc, a vory old frlimd of both brklq and bridegroom, assisted by fcho ltov, J, Pufcehard, of fcho satna ohnroh. Mr. Olatulo Ourwon-Walkor is of Brighton } .and Miss Hammond Is the oldost daughter of the lata Mr. Hlohafd Kennedy Hammond, of Olawsworfch, Brighton,'for many years partnor In thq 'well-known firm of stack and'station agents, Jlynn and Hammond. Both tho lady and-gentleman liavo Hvod almost slnoo tholr birth In Brighton, and are oonsoquontly woll-known by all the rosldonts, so thai) an unusiial Intorosfc was takon In this ovont, and the ohurali, which had boon tastefully dooovatod by tholr friends, was wall (IIled, Tho brldo, who Is a vory graceful young lady, was led to tho altar by hor brother Mr. OampbollG. Hammond, looking vory protty; both In faoo and attlro...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Chat With thornton. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

A d|at toififj Thoitqton. AVTiait aoolng blio (1rab ncib oC (lio •« .Prlvtvfco Sooi'o? tnry," and, na lb hnpponad, for Ilia drab time, I want rouml bo blio hiiolc of tho atago, and anw Frank Thorn* bon, also for tho-IIrat time, nI , , » , i * _# . dSnborlng.iho stage-door ol! blio Thonbro Tloyal, T wont up n few stops bo blio right, and found myself In blio .star's dressing-room, a veritable llbblo groon-room, hung In ;grpou paper, aa la bolltblng, The apartment la pleasantly furnished. Iforo blio J.tov, Mr, Spalding and Mr. .Oafctormolo—In other words, Moaara, Thornton and Ifarwood—'had Juab repaired, after blio fall of tho drop otirbaln on bholr bahlaau, amid a almtnor of hilarity, i\a I onborad, those two gaublomon wore rooponlng a aon varantloii on tlio Hubjaot of Mr. Harwood's bonollb, lb looked atrnnga to aoo bhoinbhua gravely dtsousslng bust ncaa, afbor 1. had left thom In auoh vary strained rela tions on the atago only a minute or two boforo, • . - As Franki Thorn Ion sathli...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Glance at the New Fashion [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

A Glance al the New Fashion Wv Louisk, This luoo IrhnmlngH, whloli In H|iltu 0f Ujo Im^l blon ol! 'novelties in. materials unci ot'imineiiutjl promise loi bo vory popular during u,0 wnn,, arc oapoolaliypopulur on tho now pnmsolsol AlL ol! tlloso arc oil largo aiv.o, ami mosL uio bordcMj vollodwith? silk, Spanish, or tlio nowur liming J Many oil ' tho, newest onus I have soon tills u^l boon ol! satin with the laoo arrangud liupiulni^J on the outside. Some doslguod on ivu cufeiyj phin, had d'rlllsol!1 tho laoo also arranged Imfa, J attention, 1 noiloo, Is. paid to tho Inside of ttVUfc-.f elaborate parasols this sununor, It no nctualtri itiontatlqu.is/arrangod lusldo, tho ribs nn> gilt *^1 mental. ,'JL'ho handlos, too, aro ulnbumtu, mid in, oiwos.-'.voi'y; costly., •. Many parasols nro entirely cm vvith laoo, qithor ,in duop Iritis, or in onv emits J This fashion all'ords tho possossors of ilu£t llngtrtt| artlstio tastes, tlio opportunity oi' oovoiiiigsliglitir.,,1 slllc or satlu, p...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Loyalty. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

Loyalty. In, an article in tho Revue (lea Deuce Monties M. Chiehovnl-Clarigny deals with the question of tlio loyalty oE tho Australian colonies to tho Motlior country. His verdict is tlint, at tho time of tho annexation of part of New Giiinea by Germany, the governors of tho Australian oolonies acted wisely in abstaining from calling tho different parliaments together 5 for by so doing, time was allowed to elapse, during which popular opinion, might bocomo calm. Wo may notice, by paren thesis, that- the governors have very little to do with calling colonial parliaments together, and. that the writer is astray in crediting them with! tho sagacity wliioh ho bostows upon them. Never-' theless, continuos M. Olarigny, all correspondencej received in England agrees in representing the 1 attachment of Australians to tlie mother country; as greatly shaken. It would he dangerous toj submit it to a further strain. Wo do not think1 this is so. The Now Guinea business is now1 regarded as only ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

, Notice toSubscribers. Ttik following uro tbo HiibMorlptlon rntoH for Taut,10 Tat.ic In cluding imHtiigo to itny jmrfc of Victoria, or to tiny of tbo oolonloa t— 'X'Iio Your .. ,, ,. .. 10m, Oil. Blx Mentha .. ., ,, 8m, Od. OutHlilo tlio ooIoiiIom, including postage, Olio your .. .. 91m, Oil, Six Mentha ., .. 10m, 0(1. BubHorlptlmiM numb lio piild'tn iidviinao, Postal ordors should 1)0 tnudo payable to Mil. MAUiuoio Buous'.KY, 19U ItUMMoll stronb, Mob Imiii'iui, Postal ootoM or stamps, Vlotorlnn or from tiny of tint olonloM, will lio nuunptod IIH payment. To Correspondents. /.W'tvi'MtiH mid oommnnloiitlotiM Intomlotl for Insertion In TAw.K Tat.K alioulil bo nddrossnd to—'Pit 14 ICwron. Contributions do. ollnod onnnob as'a ruin bo rotnrnod t but Mtlll, ovory rotiHoimblo rmpumt In that viispnot will bu oiirofully attended to, ■; No notlooonn bo trikon of nnonyiriouB oommiinloutloiiM, Thonatno mid tiddroMM of tlm wrltor iniiHt bo glvon, though nob naooMMiirlly for : IHibllutitlon, Not...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

Bric-a-Bpac. ONU'day wldla lllokuua was bolng lakori by a photo grapher, Mm i'osulb bolng Mm wolL-knuwtt picture In which lie la shown writing, the artist Laid lilm Mini ho did nob hold Mm pen right, and suggested Mmb hushould Itiko lb more naturally Iti Ida lingers. " Juab na though you vvoi'o writing 0110 oil yout' novels, Mi', Blokons," said lio. " I sue," anld Dickons, "nil oi1 'of bvvlab." MiilsBua. SciitWAU/. and Co., oil Duonos Ayros, have Inboly manuL'noturod an iron aul'o for bho Provincial Bank In La I'lata. Its length la I) motroa j height, iV metres j width, 0 mobroa) and It weighs 1)0,000 kilo grams j yob, notwithstanding its colossal and Idbhorbo unrlvnllod proporblotia, it presents bho appearance oil a hlghlydlnlahod work oil art. A I! bur ita oouiploblon bho ilrtn gnvo Mmtr workman it bnll In bho anb'o, which waa brilliantly iliumlnod and dcoorntod Hor bho oooaalou, and nll'ordod ample room to tho danoora in ita Itiborlor. 1:1 us was a mathomatloal Hollow, and alwaya...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

Table Tul^. On Friday afternoon I wont to lioat' Pearson looturo hi tlio Wilson Hall, oil "Tho Pursuit of Laarulug." Truly, It wiis tlio pursuit of luimilug uutlor dlllloumos to draw tlio condensed milk from his uttomnoos, Tho It's wobbled all ovor tlio big hall, so tlult 1 oould only oatah a phrase horo mid thoro. Idvoryono, and parti cularly tlio ladlos, said tho looturo was a " howwlcl •bnw." NiflvrrNTii.iflt.iass, somebody had to got up and pralso '•Professor Pearson, Harper did lb, Yory kind of him ftb show tliat nio lll-loollug subsisted botwoon thorn, ion aooount of his suoooodlug Pearson (and suoooodlng ■ himself) as principal of tlio Prosbylorlan Young Ladles' iOollogo.. •" Most loarnod man south of tlio equator," 'was tho qomrnqntury of Harpqr on Poarsou. ' * " Stinu Harping on my daughter," says my Governor, with Polonlus, whou ho rofors tp tlio oxponso of keeping ihls slstor going at Harper's establishment. After Har ;por oamo M'Ooy, with more buttor for Poarsou, who 'sw...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
More Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

More Bric-a-Brao. TitM Church Assembly only comes round onoc u year, lllco Christmas, bull tlio Mel bourne Presbytery comes round regularly with ouch moon, They will insist on keeping the nowspupors going with their scmabblos, How very Inludlolotis it was of the Itov. Mr, Stuurt dragging up tha mtostlon of Mr, Scott's resignation, Bad biood i PnovKsson llioNToui, In tlio storm bird of tlio Presbytery, but lio is busy fulmi nating a oonrso of looturos wliloh is to onst Bishop Moorhouso into the shado, Professor M'Don aid furnislios tlio oil to the vinogftv at Ormond Oollogo, I wont up tli ore tlio other day, to hoar Dr, Tnl mage's interesting looturo on Musoums in China. Tim looturo wtis In tho Ormond Oollogo library, Tho library looks in a ramshaoklo stato, and tlio books sadly nood arrango mont. Tlioro is a mass of stale old tiioo logy, wliioh tlio students do not appoar to trouble muoli, Talmago, brotlior of tho famous Now York man, is a wonderful votoran, aftor forty yoars hard w...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FANCY WORK NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 9 October 1885

Fanciy Woinc NoTwa. ! , Fort thoao who doalro grout oll'oot with little work Jou imo recommend i'ltrnlturo laoo, embroidered with a few loose stltehos In colored silks and gold thread, The pattorn looks boat dulllnod in gold—Japanese gold thread is tho most durable, 'I'lio rest merely rcKpdrds a few 'stitches In two shades of allk and wool. In tills work an Improvement may bo introduced by padding dome of the flowers with wool, The wool or'silk worked1 In ombroldory stitches ovor tho padding gives a very1 good olEoot, In two shades of rod or brown, this om broldory oan bo mado very oifootlvo for mautolplooos, brackets, or for oolorod table oloth borders. Old-fushiouod allppors, worked In wool and allk, all canvas, are coming in again, but with an Improvement. Tullpai and other flowers are worked In ombroldory stltoh, the ground only in oross-stltoh, A' novol design 1 a to put plooos of plush on the oanvas, forming part of tho pattern, > ''' Common woollon laoo oan bo 'made quite ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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