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Lady Loch's at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

Ladg Loch's ah Sin Hmnhy BnouoiiAM Loon mid I-ndy v " At Homo," on tho afternoon of FrhUy, 30th(V;' and the gardon party organised for tlio occ«|%'' brilliant auooosa, In apt to of tho thvcatonlng *j!| About 800 guaata woro xoooivod by tho Gorctv I Lady Looh, In a marquoo plaaad on tho |awn 1 tliolr rooopblon, tho guosta dlaporaod to \van<!^ tho beautiful gardon and lawn o£ OovovntnotnF-l and llston to tho awcot mualo dlsooursod by Kerry,, band, Somo oxquialto aosbumos woro worn byI brown and oroam and groon lutos prodomliiatci|lV|i silks and satins woro rollovod by dainty laee^wl both boaomlng to tho woavovs and appropriate ti J day. On tho throatonod ohango of weather, id J throng rotirod to tho atato hall room, where; band was playing, and tho roooptlon of the gu« ooodod thoro until lato In tho nftornoon, Amispl many ologant oosttimos displayed by tho India.», worn by Lady Looh waa noticeably beautiful. h;, slstod of oroam mualln, drapod with lovely cream J aud vlaito ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

rpHOMAS YOUNG, Customs' Ship -L ping and Commercial Agent Forwards Private Effects, Merchan dize, &c., to all parts of the World, All 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. : Champagne Amongst the most rooonb ORDERS roooivoil by Mkhsiis. George GOULET&Co. REIMS, roll TUMI It CELEBRATED Qharnpagne Woro those for Hor Mnjoaty tho Queen of Bngdand, during hor rooont visit ntAlxlo Bnlns j Hur Majosty tho Queen ofWurtem bergr, nt Nloo j utid His Exoollonoy Lord Lyons (tho English Ambassador), nt Pnrls, Aakuowlodgod by nil Oonnolssottrs to bo tho Plnost nnd PUREST DBY Wtno known nnd rooognlzod us tho Soolety Ohampagno of tho "World. In Mngnums, Quarts, pints, nnd Hnlf-plnts, Of nil tho Loading Wine nnd Spirit Morohnuta, P.. H. BLAOKWELL, Representative, MARKET BUILDIN...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kew Assembly Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

>W A$emMj[ Ball. jlrst of tho oxtm Kow arid Hawthorn Assombiy .as hold in tho Kow Rooroation Hall on tho I of Thursday, October 20th, In splto of tho Ivoly warm weather thoro was an oxoollont at L of inombors, and tho muslo, under tho super Iioo of Hon- Ploak, was oxooptlonally good( grill Doath " and " Tho Old Look " boing muoh il vnlaos. Thoro was a provnlonoo o£ whlto and lolor among tho ladles' drosses, and tho fashion Ling foathor fans, matching tho oostumo In w.v. With a tiny mirror at ono sldo, was adopted by tho ladles prosont, Tho fashion of fastening ut tll° 8ldo o£ tho dr0S8 by a 1,lbbon flaams dm# ontlroly out of date. Foathor tips In tho hair we ere"4uich WOrn and " dooolloto " oostumos woro al« mosllnlvorsaUy worn by tho youngor ladios. Ono of ito^ndsomost drosses In tho room was that of Mrs •gfiiJL- (wife of Dr. Molonoy), brown tullo ovor >' 'Ijwwf satin, rollqvod with beautiful dark-rod flowers, !j MifflGeovgo Toaguo woro a . boautlful dross of * mSowhat simila...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

, tiie Uttlo girl vrUo ma lost in the Mug muuy to tlio Waxworks in

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tea Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

Tea Table Tall^. How often one hoars It said, " nothing happons but tlio unoxpootad " And so It was with rain on Dorby Day. Wo all hopo It will not bo boiling hot do not mind If It la dusty—for wo ata usod to dust j but no ono over thought, loast of all oxpootod, wo should hayo suoh a downpour on Dorby Day, And just too at tho orltloal tlmo for starting. Somo pooplo oonsidorod half an hour and wont 5 othors, an hour and wont j but those who , oonsidorod for longer stopped at homo, Tho stand prasontod a woll-flllod but not crowded appoaranoo, Tho oolorlng was dooldodly subdued, and It soomod to mo that tho pooplo woro too. Thoro was novor loss bw/.v, of oonvorsatlon, Ladles swoops woro vory raro—sure sign of spirits being doprossod, Tho Improvements aro all good for tho oomfort of visitors, tho oxtra oponlng In tho stand bolng particu larly so. Tho gravol Is also vory good—on a lino day— but when woll mixod with water, has a tondonoy to ding to our boots and tho hems of our drossos. ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Thespian Flaneur. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

The Thespian Flaneur. No, indood, my dour Miss Roland Watts Phiilips, I .did not objoot to your nnmo, Watts, in a namo ? I am bvu'o yours is a vory nioo one, and vory original, As tho Grand Duko says In tho Opora Bouilo, " It's original, and I like It." Far bottor than your oonvontional Jonnys. and Mossoya. Fon all that, Miss Roland, how aro wo to know that you aro a young lady, if wo rooolvo a lottor signed " Roland," in auoh a bold hand, whioh Nool Oonway, tho writing export, would at onoo pronounao to moan " A Dooidod Oharaotor" ? Conscience reminds mo that, last wook I forgot all about Boas, In tho Lights o* London, "Now Mr. Pi an our," says Roland, " If that had boon a Jonny or a Flossy, you would, not have forgotton her I I would llko to soo a gonulno oontost between an editor and a lady, for tho last word. I remember that when G. V. Brooke and Mary Provost were playing in opposition, at Ballarat, tho troasurios of their rospeotivo theatres proflttod a good deal by a newspaper...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A G[?]ance at the New Fashions. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

A GLance at the New vFashions.- ; v r~ -y V ■' i\ V u ,1 >W*F :I3y Louise. " ^ ^ Just now flowors aro so delightfully plontlCul that somo hints on tho nowosb ideas In floral clooorations for clinnor tablos may nob prove unlntovosting to my readers, It may soom rather surprising that thoro aro suoh things as " fashions " in floral clooorations j but It is so, novortholoss. Novoltlos in tho stylos of arranging (lowors in tho vossols that hold thorn, and in tho closlgns oonaornlng thorn, if not in tho produotlons of nnburo thomsolvos, aro always bolng introduood. Tho quaint and protty novoltios in roaoptaolos for holding flowors, so constantly brought out now, aro of groat assistance in rondoring tho floral clooorations of a clinnor tablo effective and attractive. Tho power of arranging flowors to aclvantago is a gift in Itsolf, Somo women will sponcl any amount of tlmo over tho task, and tho result of thoir labors will bo uttor failure after all i while othors, with a fow doft toua...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. THE MASCOTTES. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

f§ Amateurs. f MA3CJOTTE9, 'KNT'.tp see tho Mascottcs in the Pro 'j»t Si Georges IIall. The Professor ■riiinotly (i bad piny, one of the worst I MW/ftetccl, ancl I havo soon it twice.1 Jjlrek dime was at the Princess1 with lawhfiU ns tho Professor, which, dginjactcd more recently. At the '(Titheracl»e loungod through that |®»rt named Beauregard, the Iff and Detective. jon took it with tho Masaottos, py Simpson on this planet to testing. Yet Simpson spoke «r$igh, and was brimful of oonfi fc'.t'legvet that an unavoidable en *"tem the same evening prevented fafslng Mr. Atholwood and Miss Iwtomy in tlie only pioocs of hu which tho the play contains, .-,jn and Daisy. ll^was good as Gustavus, astraw *^7 ninny. Mr. Greewood was ' lot taking so mnch pains with winking, although ho was asqnare " ndhole. Mr. Wallls acted well Jssor, if his conception Of the Mml, but there I join issue with & '■ —;• «s the so-called comedy was as mvater, and I contend that the fiQuld bo burlesqued a bi...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

Engagements, The engagomont is announced of 3Iia Taylor, the second sister of Mis, D'13$t®j* ■ receiving teller, of the Melbourne Savings B*4' Mr. Douglas Snodgrass, son of the lute ^ Kenith Snodgrass, formerly fjovernov of commander of the forces in Now South brother of Lady Clarke (wife of SlrM"0 and of Mr. F. G, Hughes, of St. Hilda, The engagement is announced of 3Ife> of Earaday-stroot, Carlton, ancl Mr, Terrace," Drummond street. Miss Walsh is■ Mr. William Walsh, the well-known ten Melville Opera Company. * n 11$ The-engagement is announced beta'® j -uawson, of East Melbourne (youngest Mb^ late Dr. Dawson, of Tasmania), and 31 r, or Heathcote, Victoria.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

fihe (Jurtaiq. fenison'a lutvo boon dlvot'slty Eogrannno HiIh wook, with 11,, Vim Wlnklo, Armh-nn Korrv. Williamson'si Rip is jfferoht I'l'om old Jofforsons, Aiulv oC Ida own, with whloli Ibodn familiar, i» Molbourno. Kb Font enjoyed a long run lit Idolplii, with Magglo Mooro's feuo, and Molbourno long ugo Edon's vordiot, Ion's noting la far mora llko Jtlmn Jofl'oraon's, ntid I think Stoves ns n good Idotl of what Bros llko twonty yoars ago, ■est tlio host part of our Mol ft-managor. What a swoob Shis Is I Tlio ovlglnal was tlio |olo Fait Four, In whloli -Hog Jims kopt on tlio Lights o' hitublo card for oountry vlsl b liljou, Wrltton In Sand and Slmvo not noodod any ohango, 'nod, nt tho Nuggot, roqtdrod jjxturo, EBltfS''W quickly clonr tho stago to Hce11>tirst of mlnstrolsy, Emor wd trqtipo nrc bnek nt St, Goorgo's , Bjlfr claims to bo Napoleon, and dy ^ljj-cni'o to light It out with him, i comply plays togothor llko olock u moro roflnod and attractive rfonnnnco cannot bo found §...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Chat with Rignold. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

A dljafc wifsjj ^igqoM. A ttVUMMMNUOUS prOSNUrO of business this week over tho Chip provonts mo from doing1 full justloo to a moafc Interesting ohat with Mr, ltlgnold, behind tho sootios at tho op ova houao tlio othov night, However, tho matter is bound to ooho and trickle out in forth coming numbors of TaiitjU Talk, ; Tlioro woro two things I wan tod to do, Tlio' first was to sot down Mr, lllgnold's Impressions of things In gonoral, Tho othor was todosorlbo the Lights o' London, from bohind. Well, you know tho Lights o' London won't koop, Tho play will soon bo off tho stage, wliovoas Mr. Rlgnold will adorn it, .1 hope, for vory many years, So ho must pardon mo If I hold him over, and toll tho pooplo more about his " Lights," wliloh romlnds mo of a horrid old joke, in tho burlesque of II Trovatoro, whoro tho Gipsy Ajiuaona vlows the lightod palaoo, and oxolairas " As tho lights look so woll, tho livor within must bo healthy," • You would bo astonlshod to soo how a play liko tho Ligh...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

Table Tal^. 1 to tho cororaonial of the laying of. the founda |oot' tho now tower and splro, at Christ Church, im, Tho plan shows aomothing like Fellows', fat Toornk, or tho Brunswick Ohuroh, with n ne apiro, above a bluostono tower. * * ♦ icollonoy tho Governor made one of 'his graoe Mpeechea. Ho referred to the liberality of Mr. po had donated £2,000 to the work, in. memory i son, This rominds me of tho Withorlngtoh. tho Church of England Grammar School, ndcr similar oiroumstancos, * ' i * * ' |ly thing I objooted to at this gathering was |c excluslveness, It was so utterly superfine. Javo liked to see a sprinkling of the middle Jon trades people, and even a few of the work-' jwould have been a good infusion, in the |i tho stability of the ohuroh. ♦ m. * ■ * |ilACAHTNEY hinted dimly at this in the quite 3Peech ho made. I call it wonderful for ;8tysged man to speak so roundly and sonorously. $A$i99ecl a syllable. Five thousand people, out °')QU a*r' ocml^l have heard him, instead o...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
American Women Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

American Women Abroad. TitM Amorloan colony in London is not a largo ono( It comprises In nil -undor n lutndrod roproscntatlvo families | and .though It qoauplos n dooldcdly raoognlsod position' as ii distinct body of rosldont foreigners, It onn in no sense bo snkl to fill n soparato sphoro of Its own to./wield a , moral and soolal Influence irrespective or what " nntlvo " sooloty may do, or—no matter what tho Individual standing of somo of Its inombors may bo—to possess an ostablishod oollootlvo powor, as do tho Amcrloan colonias In Paris or Rome, No. matter how a foreign porson or thing may bo ad mlrod, thoro la always an English person or thing admirod more. Take Mary Anderson, for Instanoo. No mattor how sho may draw big liousos, and hor boauty bo tho talk of mon and women, and hor acting praised in ,tho papers, alio Is " the prottlost woman on tho stago," and " tho boat actress on tho boards "—ox" oopt Ellon Torry. Thoro Is always somo oxooptlon, bo It In montnl rosorvatlon or ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. Henry Pettitt. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

fljf. Heni'g pe^iti j TiUMubjoab of oar illustration In this waok's issuo is Henry, Putbltb, whoso nnmo has boon maclo famlliur in this oolonios, as tho most prolific ol' authors oJ! tho now and sonsablonal school o£ tho drama. Ib is ho who in oonjunotion at ono timo or anobhor with Paul Morltt, Augustus Harris, Oharlos Itoado and Gi. 11, Sims, has glvon us "'l'ho World" (assoolatod in Molbourno with thonamo of doar old Bland Holt), " Queon's Evidence," "'Talcon from Life," " Pluck," " In tho Hanks," and "j'l'ho .Black Ping," all of whioh linvo boon suaoossful in tlio oolonios as at Homo and in Amarloa, His latest work, " Human Nature " to whioh roforonoo is mado in anotlior column, was sooitrod while in England by Mr. J. 0. Williamson for his firm, and to thorn, Bland Holt, writing tho obhor day, said " ib is tho greatest suaooss in sonsatlonal drama that has avor boon witnessed in London." Ib will bo intorostlng thoroforo for our roadors to loarn somothing of tho life of a man who...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

by SPECIAL appointment. CJ-e3:-a.s. OC3-C3- &c q V— (Win, -vv. CJAUGUIT, Pvopvlotor), pharmaceutical CHEMlsl Imoortera of Drugs, Chemicals, Air and Water Bo (Is, PiiiHt rrnniii'tmont lii I'lili* t'!« till il ltd imotit la t'oiikto win, 1 ■ Tho Dlaponaintf Dopa^ Knmtuat uoouvuuy and doaimtuU in «,0 i,relw&l naotlou with ny rooliitH limy lw vuHotl upon, T.ho Lnliprntory i\nd Hi;..,I uroHoi'llitlouB ' ,f,.l.l.iiu'0(li mid tlio lnudlulium nnil ooinpotuuls ot flio Vhimiuf^jl vouuntly tieon l?"!lU mif-viBloii of tlio iMnolpnl. tlio druHtt mul oliomksit* nwi t,0|BL,£l utulov tW puCWHuU s t u v R''' ' Knooiul MoBBonaoi'B nro nont n, nil tltnoMnlvf from tlio fh'K\r1^Vi in t o ol -y <>r ndjnliiintf milmrbs. Proscriptions and Oiii I olnos iu'o voqulvod Id tlio 01tmbul.bM, nro oxooutod mul forwmlthl linmo'lM,, 11 • & Co_ (Wm_ w caught, PnprMwj I 117 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELIM TELEPHONE NO. 626. >Jf H E A T XI E ROYAL. TJndor tho management of Massrs, "VV...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

Young wife (to husband) i "Don't you notioo a difforonoo In tho milk, dour?" Young huabancl : " Yos. this Is tntioh bettor than wo havo boon gutting," Young wife ! " Very muoh bottor ; I got It off a now man. IIo said ho would guarantoo It to bo porfocbly puro, and so I bought onough to last for a week," A good story is told of a lottor of in troduction lately brought to this colony by a now arrival from England, Tho writer of it had boon in Molbourno some oight yours ago, and upon bolng prossod by tho young gontloman, about to visit Victoria to bottor his condition, for tho usual lottor, to a Molbourno inhabitant, ooukl thtnlc of no ono bottor to whotn to address hlmsolf than a gontloman—I will say his name was Smith—with whom ho had boon on voryfrlondlv terms during his stay in our southern city. Truo, ho had hoard nothing of Smith over sinoo' but ho doubtod not that His former chum had, as years had rolled on, acquired a good position in tho colony. Horo, it may bo stated, that t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

PMNIX FIRE OFFICE VICTORIAN BRANCH OF LONDON. KSTAirUSHKD 1782 5 Under Vioe-Regal Patronage. Roooiiiinoiidod by LADY LOCH. Under Vice-Regal Patronage. SO FLINDERS LANE.W. THE "STAR " Roooininondod by LADY JERY01S. vt sue Swrumlon Stroot, Spring Mattrass, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST MATTRASS IN THE WORLD. INSPECTION 'NVITED D. MACKENZIE, 104 BOURKE-ST. W MISS PETHERBRIDGE, (Prom Moubrny, llowun <S» Htoks) COST U M I E R E, MILLINER, do., 102 COLLINS STREET EAST, (next Mrs, Atkinson). "Wedding nntl Troussonitx unci Mourning Ortlors Promptly Attoiulod to, Mrs. A. IRVINE ROBERTSON, AE/TIST, Cheltenham House, Toorak-rd., S, Yarra Having takon tlio above Commodious Villa Mrs. Itobortson lias bail In vlow, to give a comfortable) Homo to Ladles Visiting Town, with tlio ad vantages of painting, drawing and sketching lessons. If rorpilrod. HOLDSWORTH & SMALLEY, Surgical and Mechanical Dentists, (At Norrls ifc Oo., chemists,) 70 CHAPEL-ST,, PRAHRAN, Opposito TOWN HALL. o-_ Baker, ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Cup Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

fie dup Carnival. jJL^nf Information In 1'Aitt* Tax,*Is not IS,,,," beforehand. Our roportors only dosorlbo "!"Sl huvu actually soon with tholr own oyos. It ,ir LWu^ow bo i'utlto to attempt gonoral dosorlp *°"$§hu Derby mid Oup Biwas after tho stylo,.of tho SHH with 10 columns ) tho « Ago," 10 columns j tho nr'SLli " 12 oolomns, and tho " Horald," \ylth 11 ' law TAimtt TAUC suppllos Information and! '( h M' pudding." Wo thoroforo dovoto our available i W2®» full description of tho drossos worn by tho , tl.o Derby and Oup days. In this dopartmont *o5»lu position to boat amatour sooloty -journalism. t ' Iniit and soft broozos ushorod In tho morning of ; OupM »"cl damo naturo woro hor fairest oxprosslon. goBl^uhl wear tholr llghtost oostumo In tho surety Mtmtpiridn or ooUt would ovortalco thorn, -si— n: who wont oxpootlng to soo vory startling |Ust havo boon dlsappolntod, for thoro was no L'dloi' to obtrudo—no glaring rods, or massos of Pgroon j alt oolors woro to bo soon, but only In ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

Cmokers I 1'lioso Of GARS aro In uyury wny rollablo composed of tlio Finost Loaf, nncl mado by blio in oaf skilful artists, IE^ Tlio Bosl Vfllno for 6(1 " THISBE " Cigars 10 of a CIOOD SMOKJJJ. lly Am>olntmonti J0 to :ilU Kxuollonuy Sl1' H' I't,ul>i K.O.Jl. N. PATON Florist AND Seeds, SEEDSMAN /^\c*/Plant3, ***' Flowers, SWANSTON STREET, PRIMROSn, BOHONIA, VIOLDTS, ftnd ftll fcho Flowora of tho Sonaon. •R MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. MEDAL—-Austrian Nationai Exhibition, 1884. THURMER PIANO loco Valunblo Improvomonba fclian Any ObHor Piano of lbs Glass, and ,a Nothing to bo Doalrocl In Bi'llllanoy and Sweebnoaa of Tono and' lloganco of Doslgn. None bub Thoroughly-aoaaonod Maboiials >. nro Uaocl In Its Gonsbruoblon, and lb la now Generally Recognised as i§only CHEAP PIANO of Merit. Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. iOTOGRAPIIS AND PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO TAN&Co SKS* HO&jil DRAPERY HALDu MP- WALKER, Mes.-ir.-i, Hoboi'tmm iuul MofTnt,) liiCLARENDON &amp...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

ARTISTS AND AND .... Wai}. BOTTRKE STREEr w, PER DOZ. 10 Medals Awarded s. i Improvod Paieu Refleotor Gas Gooklngt Al.SO, Jean's New Etna W Doublo ousod, jwokod wilt,c w.. Joan's Patent Portable WATEiiK. A Hot Hath , in a fow mi nut ex at a My Miuiufoutory mul SHwk-j High Street, St. Klkla,i; On Brttu lit Ironmongers midgut,-}. tlio colonlei. MesdamesVailuwEiI cle PARIS, First-Class Dress-l!iJ Mantle Making, a:-:| Stay Making, 128 COLLINS-ST. EAS EDLINGER & GO Boff to notify tlmt tlioylmvc|itir:l.w:| will nmi Stouk of Mr, W. MOWiAS'iftl Buainoag, Gortrudo Street, f::| Messrs. iSdllllgol' & ClooU will arryKU 175 BRUNSWIOK-ST., Fill (Lnto Nowi.iun). Woddlng Deje«i ilnlls, Ton Mootlngs, &o. cntwl i. clmrgo.<, Gromlk PHOTOGRMZ& 11 ROYALM Cast© dte Visites, «i.j The Most Extensive in the Southern Msjfej 6. F. PICKLES & SKI —5, 7, and 11 bATf^OBE ST. W And at SANDIIL'ffil. On view, a largo and elogaaf s| DQont of every coucoivable at;''-■...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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