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Girls' Excelsior Classes. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Girls' Excelsior Classes. It has boon proposod to mako efforts^,; Try Exoolsior CJlassos for girls, and some oxtont • boon taken in that direction, idea was originated in oonsoqitoncooitlub • success , attending the olassos for bop, ar.| ■oan- be. no doubt that nutoh good toil; 1 would bo the rosult, if thoy could bo itdv attend. But this is exactly where lb if would bo ; nothing could porsuado themto: an appearance. The reason is obvious, .In 'boys of the worst sort do not evince a:; strong objection at boing singled out lor?, apart from boys of a bottor class, atul iata 'of the Try Exoolsior clnssos, the boys cd ,better positions, did not only not object; with the others, but thoy cnuio cheerfully!: to assist in holping thoir poorer, ami in "instances, sadly-ignorant brothers. The h well known to the Melbourne public, llr.f lias worked wondors, but had he not co-operation of a large number of respcctall; the results of his grand scheme would d:i been so flattering. With girls, hoi...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Minstrels. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

The Minstrels. Wm arc to havo plunty o;l' ininstruut ior oup tlirio.1 lSmorson and party ro-opon at St. Gcorgo's Hall, 'l'lio troupo continues . Intaot.i Tho Brothers Ooghlll aro llulshud artlstoH, and ho aro Walsh mid.King, wlillo Stanley, andPlxtoy, uro a oouplo of rising raon, . It la ft Jtoftvy strain onMolbourno to havo two .inlnstrol troupes going nt onoo, but Melbourne Is ,oxpootod to rlsa to tho occasion.",, This form ,ot: otitortiilutuont'la always popular horo.' I. though t ot writing ita history, ono, tlmo. . Thoiplbnoor of mthsbrolsy In Molboufrio was J, O.i Bnlnor,>tha .votornn- whom wo all know,' foip his f commotion ; witht tho Amorloan War Panorama. Aftor llaihor'a Soronadora oamo "tho Baokua Mluatrola. In d 8(10} tho > CJhrlsby..Mlristrols- oamo, In cluding T, H.IBalnfoKl, .tho woll-kuown ivooallat,' and i Stewart, who has'for. many iyonrs boon •ddantiflocl with-tho> Prctsby itorlamOhuroh oholr, IniOarlton. i |f T Thon wo hrtd thoOumpboll .'Minstrola, and t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

I Fashionable Marriages. iiv—OitcwAHi).—A fashionable wedding took , oiitf Clully, Sandhurst on Saturday 24 Oot, ; MoOrory, oldest son of Mr. Samuel MciCJrory, | of Garvugli, Bondcmdorry, I roland, wns unltod I iry Carolina Orohard, sooond daughtov of tho Orchard, tlio woll-known and popular Blblo llnlstor at Bong Chilly. Tho marrlago took i church, which was.profusely doobratod for i, and was solomnlflod by tho brldo's father, tho Bov, II, Pattlnson, In tho proaonoo of I rod persons, tho building bolng orowdod ■t, Tho brldo, who prosontod a charming was ImndHoraoly attired In oroara 8argo( bodloo, tho wliolo trlmraod with Spanish ) wore a wranth and roll to matoh, Tho woro Miss llosslo Orohard and MIbb Ada tors of tho brldo, who wora attraotlvoly i formor hi oroara color nun's vailing, It Bdolwolss looo, and tho lattor In fawn ro and silk. Tho duties of boat man do ) llov, A. Ifloks and Mr, Thomas H, Qlas ) bridal party ontorlng and leaving tho I.owls played Mondolssohn's "Wedding ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Thomas young, customs' i ship ping and Commercial. Agent, ■■Forwards Private Effects, • Merchan dize, &c., to all parts of the World, ;A11 Customs' work undertaken. .Bills of Lading or Shipping Documents will be promptly attended to, and "the goods forwarded according to instructions, if sent to.—T. H. Young, Customs' Agents, Phoenix Chambers,-: Market Street, Melbourne. Telephone No. 643.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bric-a-Brac. A BACHELOR ONCE ASKED [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Bric-a-Brac. A llAOMMljOn ONOM ARKIQI) > " Sayj1 what Is lighter tlmn a feather ? Dust, my frlonda, In windy wonthor, .'. And what la lighter than dust, I pray ? Tho wind that blows tho dust away, And what la lighter than tho wind ? Tho llghtnoaa of a woman's mind. And what la lighter than tho laat ? Ah 1 thoro, my frlond, you have mo fast I U'O WHICH A liADY ANSWlflBIflD i What's dullor than a sword of load ? . Tho brains that fill a donkoy's head. , What's dullor than a donkoy's brain ?, A pokor rusted In tho rain, What's dullor than a rusty pokor I Tho waitings of that dismal oroakor— , That dullest, most oonsummato boro, A dry old sordid Bachelor ? Who, sooutod from oaoh lady's bowor, Growls enviously, " Tho grapos nro sour 1',' "Wb aro threatened with a hideous addition to tho English language that goes'far to eclipse tho many hideous words that havo already found a place in it. A gentleman who is dissatisfied with what ho calls tho absurd method of deciding tho claims of bo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Table Tallr. SnouaiiAM once said, " the whole machinery ute, nil tho apparatus of the system and lis forklnga, end In simply bringing twelve good tabox" and the system of law and trial jby not bo said to have altered sinoe then. But is tjlculotis to say that a dozen men, the majority of be probably meohanios are better, qualified to' |n intvlcato suit than the learned judge whlo. i such knotty questions a life-long study ? j * . . .1 |tbe Symos case and it would be utter nonsense Bat His Honor Mr. Justice., Higinbotham; could, Fe at a moro correct result than could be ,ex fom any dozen men seleoted frond .the ordinary |>vns the case of a learned judge .who possessed ttgh grasp of the whole question and could (en the correct deoision at the oonoluaion of the . no, he had to ooonpy hours in explaining to; a j iof laymen the real meaning of the notion and i of the law in its roalation to . suoh matters, ymen appreciated His Honor's intelligent sum p, but when left to draw their own ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tea Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Tea Table Tal\. i in tho bnlaony of the Town Hall roat. Jllo aftor tho tli'Ht waltz of tho Naval and Mill-' |il], unci watching tho danoora moving to tho Ibf tho " loiantho Lancers," Tho flight waa Hko |rro of flowoi'8 waving to tho wind, Thoro waa |ht aoarlot of tho uniforms moving amid whito', jilo-blue and groon, wltli horo and thoro a doopor pod—it waa a very spring tlmo of oostumo, 1 * - * rk woro two bridos thoro, both looking bright Hooful, Thoro woro sovoral soon to bo brldoa* Iwoio aorao whoso honoymoon wanod years ago, Jtithful and boautiful, _ • * * * was tho bollo of tho ball 7 Well, I havo my iinlon and ahull koop It to myaolf, Tho opinion Imon—aftor all perhaps on thla point our boat —was for dividing tho honors among four—but Itiiora woro married ladloB I | * ^prevailing tinta woro white, pink, pale green 8uo, with a few " buttoroup " colors, I was fond of buttercups, tho huo reminds mo of " ifudo groon with tho runnlngf of rlvora. ' Ami graolous with tomperato air." ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The London Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

The Loqdoq "Human Nau-uku" by 1'ottltt ami lb,, groat auoooaa at Drury Lauo, Tho aoorot ol olovor uao inndo of tho rooont events In the 5,! Olurnay attempts liavo alroady boon mruto to dcih thorn, and Gordon has boon tntroduood on Aatloy'a, and In tho provlnooa, but Pottllt M(|^' wlaoly loavo htm out, oxoopt by Implication. Giscmciis DAitiiiauu'a Forlorn Hope, vwun,^ thing, and 1 am auro it gavo Botno Idea to tho wj. of .Youth, whoroln tho Afghan "War was aoono being aftorwarda ohangod to TobotKobli,;) revival. In Human Nature tho aarao nwtdii applied to tho alogo of Khartoum. Thm apoataoular offoota ato rather roaolvo to^ahlft all tho aoonory In vlowof thoMfc by which aurprlalng foata arc attained, tho mamja dlaponalng with tabloaux ourtnlna. Thta stylo olb noaa waa first introduced In tho Lighta 0' tornfe then amplified in tho Sllvor Klug and la the Ruh The two groat soonca In Human Nature as; Zareeba in the Desert and the rotum of the fo from tho Soudan, introducing vlowa of Ohar...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Behind the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Behind the Curtain. . Qaunio'C Wai.ciu sends mo his timely lltilo pamphlat ou . the Williamsons, Barring n hldoous onrlonturo of Maggie Mooro on one o£ the outsldos li Is |Yory acceptable. vlltib (whisper) 1 hoard of a memoir of Bosoo. Blithoi'H oomlngi out,1 'Whore Is It 1 ■>!■. * Q AiiNiaa' tolls mo,' In his " tiny book let " ns ho calls It—-a trtflo tautological, eh?—that James Williamson's middle . name Is'Classics. Ho would bo an actor; The Old Guardian. familiar hi plays; was a roallty In' Williamson's oaso, I Ho solomnly warned. James,, but lb was no uso. •• I This puts mo In mind—ovorythlngiputs mo in mind of . something olso—fthat' Hosklns. about two gonoratlons boforoj: hnd a, similar rich unolo, or oonvonlont person of that kind. , Ho gavo young Hosklns—Hosklns was young onao-—a sum of monoy to Invosb In a theatre/ arid fob dlsgustod ..with .the stago. Youiig loslclns lost .the ■ monoy, but ho didn't got distrusted. , I " 'Tjimy novor do. '' Whon r played onoo In "-Tho...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Olara Orosble, the little girl who wna lost in tho Bush, is attracting many to the Waxworks ia bourko Street.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Before the dmffe&iq.; Wiut<iAiMBON only oxpoobod to got a week's good buatnosa out of " Struck Oil" this tlmo, and was Toady with a brand now play for h I maolf and Maggie, I'm sure I don't know how, lb can huo bho light, for tho publics lias fimoii on to " Struck Oil" in such a desperate tnannor that It throatous to run—or flow —till blio Pantomime, which thoy aay Garnot Walah la to ooopor up. Mirtd, it la a good one aarnot, for tho remembrance of 11 Oluclorolla," laat yoar, will bo hard to boat, although, for tny own part, I did nob think ao muoh of " Glndorolla," in trlnaloally, and bettor ploooa Lvavo failed. Mn, H. ViNOHN'r la to atago manage tho " Pants'.," and It ooukl not bo In bettor handa. With Gordon and Honnlngs, our Bovorioy and Tolbln, oo-oporating on tho aoonory, it may bo taken for granted that oven Auguatua Harris, with his forth coming Ohrlatmaa Spootaolo at Drury Lane Thoatro, London, oaunot outvlo tho Molbourno atago paintings. Rkwoi/d lias put...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Cmokers I TIio.ho OIGAU8 nvo Jtt ovupy wtiy rollivbla coinposod of the Finest Lonf, ftticl irmcio by tha most skilful insists, Tlio Bosf Voltio for 6d " THISBE " Cigars Sura of u GOOD 8MOKM. I.ty j\|>iiolnUm>nb tii IIU lilxuulluiiuy Blr :u. :IJ,|^g^>nr'0011' K.O.M. N. PATOlNL^b, Florist aki> ZV>/ Seeds, SEEOSMAN^^Of/Plants, yS Flowers, /•&yZ/JlQ SWANSTON UU STREET, PRIMBOSlfl, BORONIA, VIOLETS, and all fcho Flowers of tho Soason, MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. qoM MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. htf HURMER PIANO , jro Valuiiblo Improvements than Any Other Piano of Ita Class, and F iiw® Nothing to bo Dosirod in Brilliancy and Sweetness of Tono and " " 'jpaiico ot Design. None but Thoroughly-soasonod Materials arc Used In lbs Construction, and it is now Gonorally llooognisod us $i§nly CHEAP PIANO of Merit. Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. JtOGHAPIIS AND PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO TVT &L, i COLUNS-ST E., vJLf/ttkJI.™ BE, I MELBOURNE. REAl DRAPE...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

The Gentle Oyster.—The lus cious bivalve is not extinct in Victoria. It is to be found in the newly-opened fashionable Oyster Saloon of Mr, Drew, 113 Russell Street, two doors from Bourke Street, and opposite the Tem perance Hall. The satisfaction which Mr. Drew has given to the public in his renowned Coffee Palaces is a guarantee that he will servo the public in his new business equally as well. Come and look at the premises.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Amateurs. I "WJiiNT, on Saturday afternoon, to aoo tho Turn Voroln Olub In " Pouoook's Holiday," find tho Cloppln Olub in " Llttlu Mother," nt tho Opora Houso. Tho first plooo was a bit aloiv. Hunt gave a skotoli of a Yanlcoo, whloh was not bad. Ho had nicked Frank Weston's dlaloot to a I'. Miss BXitih BAClOHifs aotod tho liorolno. Sho has ability, but I. must warn lior nob to allow hor attention to wandor to tho audlonoo wlion sho Is not speaking. An aotor or aotross should play up to every one olso on tho stago. The porformor must bo Imbuod with tho character, and, in short, bo tlio porson. Goon Mrs. Wooldridgo was thoroln hor wonderful gay tablecloth shawl, which has onvolopod so many nice old ladles who have boon favorltos on tho stage. Oh doar? What a contrast thoro always Is botwoon amatours and " pros ?" .1 don't know what would havo become of " Poaoook's Holiday" without Mrs. Wool rldgo. " LitTan Motlior " wontbottor. I liked Yiolot Yates as tho Little Mother, Don't wo all k...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Balls and Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Balls and Entertainments. Tina aoolal evening glvon by the Mayor of South Molbourno and Mm Mooro, took place last Thursday the 22nd, ult., in tho Town Hall, South Molbouvno. Tho guoata who numborod about throo lvundvod, wove rooolvod by tho Mayor and Mayoroaa In tho Council Ohambor, Aftor tho roooptlon tho Mayoroaa oaoortod by tho Baron Von Muollor, lod tho way to tho largo hall, the gitoata following, tho aota woro qulokty formed. About twolvo a movomont waa mado for tho auppor room, whore tho health of tho doaorvod host and hoateaa waa propoaod by tho Baron Von Muollor and hoartly responded to with mualoal honors. Aftor suppor many of tho guoats woro attracted to tho ball room, but tho majority woro attraotod to tho Council Ohambor whoro Mlsa Mooro dollglvtod hor lioarora by hor olovor rondor Ing of aovoral pianoforte ploooa and a song, Foalt'a" Bid mo Good-byo," tho young lady showing a decided taato for muslo, Tho Mayoroaa, woro a oharming droaa of black Spanish laoo over ambor ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Engagements, The mnrriago oE Miss Allco Lottio Buokhurst, oldest daughtor of Mr. W. P. Buokhurst, of " Goodrost" Toorak Road, South Yarra, to Mr. 33. H. 1\ Bayloo, has boon fixed for tho 2~)th of November. 'I'lio caromony is to take placo at Christ Church, South Yari'a, A ball to colobrato tho ovont is to bo hold tho samo ovoning at " Goodrost," * * * This wedding of Miss May Ohomloy, only daughtor of Mrs. Sarah Ohomloy, of Inkorman Road, Windsor, and Mr. Henry Robinson, 0.33.,: of Glppsland, will bo oolobratod at All Saints', 33ast St. Kilda, on Docombor 2nd. * * * "'The ongagomont is announced of Miss Korshaw, oldest daughtor of Mr. Korshaw, of Sandhurst, and Mr. A. Strodo, sooond son'of Mr, Strode, tho well-known oontractor, of samo oity, # ♦ * i The ongagomont is announood of Miss Goorglna Y. Kaufmann, oldest daughter of Mr, August V. Kaufmann of Hanovor-(formorly of-tho firm, Kaufmann, M'Oallum and Co.,) Consul for Austro-Hungary, to Mr Charles Atkins (late of tho s.s. Ilerford...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

Eleotion notice, JJ1SLB.OURN1SJUTV Cttj To tlio RATEl'AYKUS ol ,1 WA11D, Gontlomon,— I htivo tho honor to announced bo n candidate for ibo ofiiccolr, OILliOR for Albert Wnrd tor itin occurring 1st November, I hnvo lived lu tho Wstsl !:r yoars, am a property owner |j < have sufllolont time, ami, 1 tniiv; to devote to its intorosts, Municipal affairs nro growing: tanoo every year, A little porsonnol of thoso who ndmlntat a healthy thing, At nil cvemr,v, toral strugglo for such nchnngeiitii method by which tho cltlzeiuens thoir viows on olty govoinwntwfc I must add that 1 am notiuki in any company possessing piife footing tbo ratepayers or resiito'i city of Molbourno, Soliciting your support. I am, your most obedient rem: THEODORE 15 Walsh stroot, South Ynrrn. MesdamesVailuntEt.K de PARIS, First-Olass Dress-Mai: Mantle Making, a: Stay Making, 128 OOLLINS-ST, EAST PUBLIC NOTICE. EDLINGER~& GOE Bog to notify thnt tlioy linvo imrctelfc Will luiti Stook of Mr, I). MORGAN...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 30 October 1885

OF LONDON. PH<ENIX FIRE OFFIflE.^— ~ VICTORIAN BRANCH :0 MAfflATM^SING1^ I n< MAN®JAYL0W' Under Vice-Regal Patronage. Rooommondod by LADY LOCH. FERMOR WILLSON'S 9Q FLINDERS LAN E.W. Under Vice-Regal Patronage. Roooiiiinondod by LADY JI5RY0IS. .!(« UllO SwmiHton Stl'oot,' THE "STAR " Spring Mattress, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST MATTRESS IN THE WORLD. INSfECTIOJM IJMVITED. D. MACKENZIE, 104 BOURKE-ST. W MISS PETHERBRIDGE, (Trota Moubrny, Bownu & HJoks) COSTUMIERS, MILLINER, &o,, 102 COLLINS STREET EAST, (noxt Mrs. Atkinson). Wedding nnd TroitsHonux nnd Mourning Orilors Promptly Attondod to. Mrs. A. IRVINE ROBERTSON, ARTIST, Cheltenham House, Toorak-rd., S. Yarra Having tnkon the nbovo Commodious Villn Mrs. Bobortsou bus lmcl in vlow, to givo n aomfortnblo Hotno to Xindlos Visiting Town, with tbo nd vnutnges ot pointing, drawing and sketching HOLDSWORTH & SMALLEY, Surgical and Mechanical Dentists, (At Norrls & Co., obomlsts,) 70 OHAPEL-ST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

DAOETQ Ailvioo to Gontloroon whnt to flnUELOa tolro to tlio rnoos for our Tjiuly friends I A nioo box of Pretty's Assortod French iBon Bons or French Chooolutos, nasorted, In 4s., Os., nnd 12a. boxes. Oompngnio Frnnonise, EColUna Stroot Bust. A. Protty, Proprietor. ON EA8V TRtlXJ, WITHOUT I! 08 Promissory Notes, Deeds. Life Polioies, JewoUoij, Morct: Or any other Seourit Repayment bi No Inquiry Foes, Fines, In oxponacs cbwjel, LARGE SUMS TO 1! PROPERTV, In tores t, 0 per cea*. Persons rocotvlng letters lis ontifclcd to money or propertra lognclos, reversions, nnnuities.:r remittances from England a-, will dorlvo special fncilitin r tnges by being able to obtain: liberal advances thereon duriy: through guaranteed London is D. HENE1 41 Collins Street J. SITTERLIif i (From Ituo do la Pali, Paw H A I R DRESS! To tlio King Amcileoot SjJit tHo Princess Loulso is Priacoo Panoy Goods, Pflrfiiincrjf,! 107 COLLINS STREtl Next Scott's JI'iHl, 3VE 3E?RB0£KSE Mr. A. M. 124 Collins Street I BALDN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

G. W. TAYLOR & CO., Auctioneers, Land, and Estate Agents, OITT A-TJOTIOnsr 2^0 OMS, 20 COLLINS STREET WEST. Auction Salon Conducted at the Boamtt, or on the Ground. 9^ aco B . 3 o n <_*. £'2 a CD ~ M • jmZ CD J. E. EDWARDS, TELEPHONES, ELECTRIC BELLS, MEDICAL BATTERIES, colonial Telephone Aonlti Exchange— jirlvato Iiouboh. 133 LITTLE COLLINS STREET, NEAH llUSSKIJi STlll'iKT. M. BRASGH & -80— ELIZABETH ST. THB INSPECT / \/g EST 0Tjn y^y/ and unrivalled CHEAPEST Imported Very Easy Terms. JAS. MARLOW Late of Geelong, BUCKLEY and NUNN, LEVIATHAN, Merchant Tailor, Habit and Robe Maker, 11 FLINDERS STREET EAST. JOHN BLACKBURN PIANOFORTE TUNER. Sole Agent for tho Knps Oelobrutod " Resonator,' Vogols and Otlior Plonofortes. Pianofortes tuned, thoroughly repaired and re strung, ro-ivorlod, tone aud touoh altered. Ee-pollaliing done in a superior manner. Piano fortes unpacked and oarofully repacked for remora Address—No. 3 HANSEN'S BUILDINGS near Colonial Bank, L. O...

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