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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

The effects on the digestion, of which so many people complain, is frequently due to the excessive use ol tea and coffee. Many constitutions cannot stand this, even when the tea and'coil'oeis the very best, which, in most cases it is not. A" trial of FRY'S COCOA has proved inestimable to such poople from its mild and nutritive qualities,—[Advt.]

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Green Room Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

Green Room Gossip. Mil.' \V. J, HoWjOAVAY, has bought Frank Mnrvay'ti "Bin# of Iron." '« 'Wages of Sln,M atic'l ''A Mad Marrlago" | alao "A I'al t' of Wings," "Tho M'astor of tho Forgo," " My Milliner's Bill," and Arthur Shlrloy'a " Saved" find M Pi'ltioo Silliih." All those Mr, Hollo way proposes to produoo In. Australia. .'I, :itiOGt-Tt7.c'L* to hoar, from London, oJ! tho doathof Gharlaa Oreswiat^aonof tho voticr\x=req-\ ablo and rospoatod tragodlau, 'William Oroawlok. 1 roact aomowhore that; ho was tho seoond aon. Oliat'los OreswJok was only thh'ty-llvo youra ol! ago, Ho aotod for a I'ow years, In England rind America, Iuitgava It up. Hlsdoathooottrrod through tho aooldont of driving a garden fork through Ida foot. OifAiiiLiCH O.uiOHWiaic visited Molbourno as soorolfii'y to his father, Ho will also bo romotnborod aa tho husband of Melon Ashton, who supported William Oroawlok In tlio plays of Virglnlus, Hamlot, and all through his roportolro. Sho was much esteemed by all who mot h...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

■The Superiority of the3?urs mis inhabiting the frigid ana zones of the northern hemis\x=req-\ universally acknowledged, is of these furs has caused o sought after in a manner s their value. It seems that >r treatment ia required to Australian Furs to a similar .ceUenee. This fact ia proved .CLAKK, Furrier, of blinders Q80 manufactory is at Bruns\x=req-\ ■ Melbourne. The large and ;lr in his Establishment, of , 1'asmanian, and ^Foreign >t bo equalled for Excellence and Finish.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

Brio-a-Bi'&D. i Thmim ia a story told o£ a pvofuHslanul podestmln who had undortakon to run a mllo In something loss than four minutes and a half | thoraeo to bo oontestad on tho high road botwoon milestone mid milestone1 Aftor tho wagor was mado and the ivbhloto Imoked for a considerable Hum oJ! monoy, a doubt camo ovor that porson'a mind, and It Btruok him as bolng voi'y likely that tlmo would win. His baokors, too, who had vory carefully watohod his training and tltnod his heats, oamo to tho samo conclusion, "What was to bo done? To lot tliolr man bo boaton would bo to loso their monoy. Ootisoquontly thoy hold a oounoll of war, and sottlet'l upon a plan. Those wary baokors wont In tho stillness of tho night out on to tho high road and removed otio oJ! tho two milestones, botwoon which tho raoo was flxod to bo run, a llttlo noaror to tiio other. Noxt day their prottigd, thus assisted, wont the oourso and won against tlmo triumphantly, # * # ON tho othor lmnd, whoro It is I...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]hespian Flaneur. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

fhespian Flaneur. I If In jimljitiuifioffrool'H mo lncloublo En wirt <>£ povkob edition of ffo is tho Only Loon, tho Kunmlu IniporHomitor of tho too, I'oi'xoimlly, I dlsllko this Ion In UiilqllG at It. f iiftVQ |), mill many othors, bub tiorto " hii Loon, o to Moll>mu'no originally with' Br, cionrlrlftltb, Tjofltor, Froclo\x=req-\ Siii fHun'Idjro, Kelly and Loon's »(111 f,'»r>d run rill ovor Austin\x=req-\ hva.w undoubtedly thosuri rind Jn(jo Mian, ha has plftyod nil J j (Inltod 3 In Ion onoo tnoro, with ||lhir )>ii)llimt I ;i»o ho has ii very olovpi' man /(mo CiihIiuimi—do relation to ] Clmi'lol.tu, l bollovo, Tlio pair Jstrlkliitf novelties, whloh havo tio approval of! Sydney, during i f,Hon.son, Of! course, In the ' taliicss, um In ovory otlior, you i JltlOVl/IL', ,«hroog)| ' nil hi* ire ttl with HiB I ,tho rpl«| i havo'. July,;* , ■ # longtl ' nilnfltrol' < must k«|| LboV®)(1 CJuslmian nro attaohod to ^IffacMk'ftm'll-kmm'/i .'Kodoml Mlnstrola, (...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Behind the Scenes. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

Behind fcge $oenBg. P.iuti Day tolls mo tliub ho no loci at Cambridge wlbli CI, V, Brooke and Henry Irvltiy, bobli Logolhoi', In a round of " The Loglbltnato," Urooko was the abut* and Irving the heavy man, whllo Buy did bho JuvonU0 business. Ho thinks blmb llrooko's V* Qbhollo " was unequalled," bub blmb Brooke could nob play " Hamlet," " Hrooko,!' says Buy, " wis all passion, tv i it I nob an Intolloobuat aotor, His < Buko "Aranm' was a muguM\x=req-\ oont thing, quite oxalblng an InCorlor play llko bho ' Honeymoon,' Into tho regions oi! blio olasslo drama,1' Bay joins with Thornton In tin onthuslnstlo worship oil Irving, # * * My jotting down o£ bho "Chnt With Bay " was so hurried that I forgot hall! u luiudrod ■ things I had moanb to mention. Johnny Hall took mo up to his old dressing-room at bho Bijou, used by him six yours ago during his run of "Captain Glngali," and showed mo a number ol! landsoapo and soasoapo drawings In brown : sopla, whloh ho made on bho unpalub...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

& Segar Factory JOHN I. SAQUI, Proprietor. SOUTH MELBOU Importer of Segars &Leaf Tobacco N.B,—All Goods Manufactured from the Finest Imported Leaf, SMOKE Trades' Union 3d cigars 3d 3d mo T,ior^^sti P^'o-Lithoflrapho,.s s Ph MW», AiSiLlwPl.mHrXrlZcX', i„«wSl1,Prlnl''*!1 Coplod and lioproduood In I'hofco-LILhography ot' Trultnt».S| Spoolinuna on View, of uaoh of t-ho ProcoaaoH, all 109 PI l7ARt:Tii',0T rM M'lmro alt Information ouji bo oI7(^i®T,,*^-i J" H M A T U 33 11 0 Y A L. Undot' tho lnaiuigomont ul Messrs, Wit\x=req-\ lliiinscM, Qni'iiur and Musgrovo, Tmumroi',.. ... ... Jus. E, Mooro THE WILLIAMSON SEASON. ST 11UOK OI I,T~S T11 U 0 K OIL. Ancl Ohinoso Question; A N 0 T H Jfl 11 T 11 1 U M P H. MISS MAGGiTlfl MOOllE And Mr. J. O. WILLIAMSON. Box nlira opou daily nt Allan's. H. II. 11 All WOOD, Qonoi'ul Business Miinngov, HER MAJESTY'S OPERA HOUSE LUH.SKKS—lllClNO 11 & ALLISON. TH IS Fill DAY E VENING, PEEP O1 DAY, PEEP 0' DAY. PEEP 0* DAY. l'EEP 0' DAY'. ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tea Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

Tea Table M Tms wooie conversation has boon divide) u turn I llowors unci -dram. llosos lmv0 Conw if'' fusion, unci Uiolr many bouutlus appeal tou,^! ways, Thoro Is u groat dual mora Inngutg, u than tilio 'llttlo book wo aro iwoustomcd t0 ,.i. wo want to know tho moaning of « Mvary dltt'oront-aoloi' roso I soottUvfty*^^ xomethinu, .'for tho Individuality ut tliu ro«c;,V -Moovyono likos ilowors oota nt mim roiiUy tmc'lorataud thorn I wothoroughly understood imtuml colon,,., bo loss 11 koly to mako mistakes in out wjium lutyono 'possessing a garden In full bloom should bo fiblo to make voi'y htippy solcctiomhr gowns. Young lacllcs donotsoom to takethu* to wotu' u olustoi' oil i'osqs at tho throat, | tfc:„ six would bo tho most I havo counted wowing lhat -wook, But 1 must I'pally not digress Into fe-, floworti. 11 calms oi1 reality, or In other wotdj must bo ilrst for tho next low weeks, I say thoy two really (Ivst and last, and mke n itMvi It Is not n oomploto ono Lisa1 mo gathor the ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Musical World. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

laical World. ■ * Ano'imiwh young Australian Musician In going homo to oo'mploto Ills studios, and will shod lustro on tho land of! his birth. Iflrnast Hutohoson la wonderfully alovor, ■nmVhis progress is romnrlaiblo. A most oxoolloiifc programme consisting oi! nlno plooos was performed--by tlio young artlHt when lie took lila bononblast Saturday. Mo waa assisted by tho best artists, rule! tlio onlortaluiont proved a most onjoyablo ono. , All Iflrnost Hutolioson's solootlons woro most warmly applauded, and ho roll rod quite ladon with bouquets. During tlio intorval His lOxoollonoy tlio Governor atid Lady Looh congratulated liim. Tho artists who asslstad waro Mr. Plalstod, who pori'ormod two solooblons on tho organ. Mr. Cloooh sang with lino oll'oob " Thy Sontlnol Am I," and ;|olnod Mr. Lam bio in tho duot "Tho Lord is a Man oi War." • Mv, Uoauinoiib sang, In Ills usual good stylo, " Oomo 111 tc> tho Olardon Maud," and assisted Mrs. Armstrong hi that lovely duot," Oh I That wo two...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Glance at the New Fashions. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

A Glance at the New Fashions. By Lot/mis, IN stylos thovo aroaovoral novoltloa thla aoaaon worth nobbing. Amongab bhoao may bo tnoublonod tho Intro\x=req-\ duoblon of bha liouavo jaalcob for drasay bollottaa, an olcl faahlon rovlvod under slightly cllll'oi'onb phasoa, 'l'ho Louavo 'jaokob oE bo-day la usually squaro Inatoad of rounded ab fcho oornoi'a, and la vory oL'ton braided vvlbh gold or allvor braid, Those jaokota tti'o gonomlty of volvob, ov a dlltoronb mabovlal bo that oE tho droaa. With. tliom la worn a full gllob oE laoo ov nob down tho front of fcho bodloo. A droaa t aaw tho othar day mado foi' an evening party 'in thla stylo waa o£ oofVoo TAdol\x=req-\ vvolaa muslin trlmmod with panolaoE dark poaaook-blito : volvob, Tho jaokob "was oE the satno oolourod volvob bi'aldod with all vol1, and a full jabot of Inanoaquo laoo filled tho front of fcho muslin bodloo, " Housemaid's skirts " I havo on goocl authority are ,tobe much worn, during tho summer. Tho difficulty experienced...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

rOlara Qrosbie, the little girl who was lost in the Bush, is attracting many to tlie Waxworks in bourke Street. • , -v..

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Random Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

Random Jottings. Tina numorous fair readers of TAiir/G Talk aro ovov on tho (pi 1 vhui for my notes of fashlonabto Intelligence. To know our gloanlngs on dross nntl fashion are so engorly porusod by tho Indies of this and tho adjoining oolonlos Is a tomptlng Inducement, particularly at this timo, to satisfy tholr pardonablo curiosity, and with much ploasuro I procoed, Many of tho loading city firms, havo already shown many of tho novoltlos por s.s. Ou/.co. Amongst those I notiood vory protty cuffs and collars of fanoy oauvas lined with bright oolorod linon, showing tho pattern of tho canvas through, and edged with narrow fancy om\x=req-\ broldory, Guffs and collars of striped and spotted prints aro still vory much favored by young ladles for afternoon as well as morning tollettos. Ik costumes one of the prettiest I have yot notloed is of ci'oam fanoy canvas with dark curiae trimming, the traclorslcirb is plain canvas llnlshod with a tiny kilting of satin, over this falls a very fall...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

Amateurs. The Mascottos ArantourTlDratnatic Club perform tho well-known Oomody, •' The Professor," at Sb. Cloorgu's Hall, on Friday ovoning, 30th inst. LBS MASOOTTES. Whon ns " Mnsoottos " first wo started, To got tlio olub a nnmo, Wo touroil l'omul tho nsyluins And thoroby onrnod hoiiio fnmo. Tlioii Byron's works wo took In hand, Ami irniilo n famous show For nil who wont to soo us piny Woro plonsod with " Blow for Blow," Suoooss thon did not turu our hands, " As with soiuo might linvo dotio, But wo dotormlnod to go on Whon wo hntl so woll bagitn. Tom Tnylor's plays our fnnoy took, Aiul nlso proved n ontoli ; For still good luak did follow us Wlion wo plnyod " Unoqunl Miitoh." Wo still lutond to koop along With nil dramntio rauks, And for tho plnoo tlmt wo now hold, Wo owe no ono our tlmnks. Hard work lins pushod tho Inst two plnys And will with tholr suooossor, For wo will do our vory bost With Mnrshnll's gom " Professor." We show upon tho SOth Wlioro Rioknrds hns his stnnd, And f...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Shops' Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

The Shops' Bill. The regulations for closing oi! shops and tlvo treatment of employes is containod in tlio Factories' Bill. Ono yery good clause is that relating to the provision of sitting accommodation forthe saleswoman or salesman. This having to stand continually has always been oonsidorod tlio ohiof objection to a saleswoman's occupation, and it is no doubt the oaiise of mxich ill-health and many serious complaints. It is to be hopod that tlio suggestion made by a member of the Legislative Assembly to furnish seats for assistants when not attending customers, will bo acted upon, evon if it should not form a clause in-the now bill. There is much to be said for and against the oarly clos ing j everything for it, if >vo only consider the sliopkeoper, but a goocl deal against it if wo study the oonvenienoo of customers. Still there is a way of fitly adjusting every balance, and this will prove no exception. The shopkeepers are making the loudest cry against the bill, and yet the...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Factories' Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

The Factories' Bill. Cook's drotim is about to bo realised in & nt nil ovonts. There will be no longer n/pjlilron working in l'aotories. One of the blots rosting on the commercial honor of ngU|cl is this : Tlmt for many years,1 and in o iiistnncos ovon now, children woro and, MgfflBjhln.vod by the groat manufacturing' firms into of a tow penoo per week, in exohange; infnntilo efforts at daily toil. • One's ( 7® ^ ■ ■■ i W^;|ches to think of the thousands of small jrcataws working on through nil seasons of the( what?—a cup of water 'and- a - crust' ! Tlio littlo onos, who ought to bo like; Ijo.. "'|ili(;s of the flold," neither toiling norf had tmiil have to employ their tiny, or tlioir unresting feet, in an almost Is toil tliat stops their' healthful growth,'? joy from tlioir lioart, and banishes smiles] |eii' faces and laughter from their tongues ; liiistead tl-io dwarfed stature,, sad oyes,j foii'es, and wrinkled faces of age. u O, |p think upon a child that has no childis...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

"Bua'cmnuMD to mako a Iloman Holiday." I aannofc imnglna a.moro slokonlng sight than that of tho (llllioon ; horsos and tholr jookoys tumbling ovor oaoh othor In , ■tlio Oauiflold Oup, ft romluclocl mo of a olmrgo ol! cavalry up" to a square ol" Infantry, Suddenly tho Infantry ilros a oraokllng volloy and down goosa hoap of tlio oav.ilry, a struggling mass of mon and horsos, ' ' .. . ■ # *; ' . Ymy you know, this aooldbnt might havo happonod just as wall on tho Flomlngton aoiii'so, for' tho lioraos were galloping up tho straight, ilhifc forfcy-oho horsos was too largo a nvimbor to stark in a raoo, .l b booomos a more liiu'ry-skurry, soramhlo, and hoUor-skoUor, Tho ■wlnnor Is as problematical as a plungo Into tho lucky bag at a Glnvrch Bazaar, ♦ * # NiCJirot/SON appoars'to havo boon winning all ovor whon tho Oup, ancl tho oup of Ufa," was dashed from his lips In a raomont, Wo oan find parallols In larger sphoros, with Gambotta-and many othor mon, oompar\x=req-\ ablo to this poor litt...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Dr. Rose and Consumption. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

Dr. Rose and Consumption. Dn. Rose said in tho Houso that Australian ohildren wore moro debilitatod tlmn clvildron in England. How oould Dr. Rose possibly form suoh an opinion ? Where woro our cricketers, volunteers, nnd footballers records? It is moro generally supposed that Australian children are not only of a fine physicjuo, but of a highly intol\x=req-\ leotual typo ; as witness our youth who liavo distinguished themselves by carrying oil the highest honors, hero and in England, and that in a diversity of subjects, including sciences and tho fine arts. _,We understood that Dr. Rose was an Australian, one who compared very favorably with English boys not sovery long ago, but we must huvo been mistaken. In his. remarks, tho doctor asserted that consumption is ondemio to Victoria. That may bo; but the fact remains that this disease is hereditary, and we know that the progeny of consumptives sont to this country for the benefit of their health are plentifully scattered about. Score...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

Before the Curtain. " S't'ituoiC Oiij" with a vongoanoo I A wonderful piece, perannlal—nay, ovoi'« lusting in its attraction, lb is strango that peoplo shook tholr hoac'ls over tlio llvsb proclnotion oil Struck Oil, ancl liavo shakoti tlioli' heads at every rovival sliioo. But, Williamson, you know, la such an obstinate man, what can I say, oxcopt that tho draw ot Struck Oil has boon wholly unprcclooontod ? I wish that sorno oil tho critics who run clown this drama aoulcl wrlto anything hall' as good, 13ut, as Mr, I'htobuB says, in Disraeli's Lothalr, " Tho oi'ltlos aro those who havo failed in llteraturo and art." Your savage orltlo has manuscript plays of his own. A comedian was pointing out to mo tho othor night what an unlucky chnraetor Deacon Hkltinor is In " Struclc Oil," Actors aro a bit superstitious. My friend rol'orrod to Stuart O'Brien, SoCton, and long Androws, all Deacon Sklnnor, and all gouo to the laud oil shadows. I hope, however, that a long oaroor Is in storo for t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

far SfnoJi^rsJ ISBE." ISBE." TIwho OIQ A.US m'o 111 ovovy wny reliable composed oil tbo .Finest Louf, nncl nmdo by fclio ltiosb skilful lU'Llsts, Tlio Boal Vflliio for 6(f inly " THISBE " Cigars 'iko aura of a QOO.D SMOKU, SBE." .'My A]>|ioli)fcuioiib tl> KIm JUxoollonoy Sir It. :u. K,a':IJ' N. PATONj^,/ Florist y^y and Seeds, 8EEDSMAN/^Q$^lanta, /Tv/ Flowers, /^ytn SWANSfON UO STREET. PRIMROSES, BORONIA, VIOLETS, and. all fcho Flowora of tho Soaaon. [VER MEDAL—-Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. |D MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. e TH^RMERPIANO IbMovo Valuablo Improvements than Any Obhor Piano of Its Glass, ancl flvu.t Nothing to bo Dual rod In Brilliancy and SwoofcnoaH of Tono and 1 noiogimco of Doslpcn. Nono bub Thorouahly-saasonod Materials uro Usocl In its Construction, and lb Is now Gonorally Raeognlsod as only CHEAP PIANO of Merit. Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. PHOTOGRAPHS AND PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO XAN&Co SiKSSf lT drapery hall tw. WALKER, I'jilffia...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Antonin Dvorak. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 23 October 1885

Antonin Dvorak, 'L'lt w oaroor oi! Antonin '.Dvordk roads lilca a vol urn a oJ! romanoo, Ho was born in 18'11 In tho neighbourhood. of MlUhattsou, or, as lb la oiilloc'l In tho Dohomaln dlaloeb, Nolahoaovoa, n vlllago wibh n :l!ow hutidrod in\x=req-\ habltanbs, His fabhor combluod tho oJlloos oi1 vlllago alaughtor-man and rural bavorn koopor, Young BvonVk himself In his oarly yoara sorvod as pol;-boy at tho Inn, ancl asslsbod his fabhor bo slaughbor, skin and dross oabblo. By tho laws, ovon bho poorest lad In bho meanest Bohemian vlllago Is oompollod to loarn muslo as a parb of his primary oduaatlon. Dvorillc -was taughb ab bho vlllago sohool, and roughly loarnod muslo rudlmonbs, and bo sing and llddlo on bho violin, Wliou ho aould play a libblo ho bolongod to bho vlllago band, whloh was wonb to sbrlko up bho danoo for bho lads and lassos oi! tho neighbourhood afbor oluiroh was ovor on Sundays, l'ho danoors aonbrlbubod a few ponoo oaoh to tho expenses of bho band, and bhoso slondor ...

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