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Music and Musicians. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

]V[u$c and RJugiciang, Tim Kruno oonoorta lit tlio Town Hall woro a brilliant auoooas, mn'l nlfordod tlio koonoak dollghfc to nil lovora of ^ruo ltuislanl nt'fc. Poasosalng n aplariclltl physlquo, wlfch opon oounfcounnoo, unci nil oxproaalou full of pootla amo tion, Harr Kruaa shbwod, on his (Irak npponrnnao on fcho platform, how dooply ho was movod fco ilucl hlmaolf aurroundod, afkor n lapse oJ! ton yonra—ton yaara full of kollHuiuu and arduous labors in fcho annuo of nuts la—by n liosfc of friends and admirers, fcho antna pooplo who bndo ltlm fnrowoll and CIod-spood kon yonra ago In fcho antno building, on fcho ooonalon of his fnrowoll oonoork. After bolng cliurgod with n anorod ntiaalon by fcho pooplo of Melbourne to ltinko fcho bosk uao of his time In Britain, ho returns fco glvo a full nooounfc of his afcowni'dalilp. Afkor rooolvlng -rounds and rounds of npplnuao, Horr Kruso began hla llrak solo—-Do Harlot's oonourto In G major—nnd fcho moment fclto llrsfc tones of his violin H...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

MARTIN'S HOMOEOPATHIC PHARMACY. Pure Drugs, Accurate Dispensing, Moderate Prices, MARTIN & PLEASANCE, Homoeopathic Chemists, 85 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELBOURNE. Chateau Tahbillc "Wines. PmzK Mkdat.b : A dolnldo (CI. 5luil til) 1881 Itimloiiux .. 1888 (.'lllKliitut Awiml CI old Jitgdul) Ottloiltta .,.1884 riiilnclolpliliv ,, 1870 Pari* .. .. 1878 OMolbolll'jJO Intor llivtluiiul Ulm, « 1880-1 AliiatimltttH, < 188U •ISIovon AwiiviIm out oE Twulvo Siuimlus nubtnlttuil, ImiliulhiK Socionil Oritur uE Afont—■ lliuliunb Award obbiiliiail by tiny GolontiU "Wlno •—tor'.Moi'iultngo, ■ . AVIioIosuIb nml llutull at— TOWN SELLARS, 131 COLLINS STREET WEST. co SUI'DIHOU ACCOMMODATION. FlJtST-at.ASB TADIiB, THE BEST GERMAN LAGER BEER. FRANZ OFITZ, Proprietor. CHINA, GLASS, EARTHENWARE, J. & B. Sniders, —177, 179, 181— Flinders Lane East Next door to Masonic Hall. Established over a Quarter Century HER MAJESTY'S OPERA HOUSE JVkhhmmh—.UICWOJYD As ATjLISOIT, , 'U11MI ftu-Uini'...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Embarrassed Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

1 . ■ : i ; • • • • ' • * . m An Embarrassed Commissioner. $ OlVlJj Sorvloo Oommisslonors aro, nftornll, only men, Ono of thum, for instanco, wont down to tho Clonoml 'Post Oifloo tho othoi' day to rogistor a lottor. Ho wont into a -wrong oorapartmont, bub thinking this ought tn mnlco no difl'oronoo to a aomtnissionor, ho nskod the olork in ahargo to rogistor his lottor for'him, This tho olork rofusod to do, roforring tho oommisslonor to tho proper offloor. ' Tho high dignitary's bronth was takon away, and aftor li'o again found his voioo ho gasped out, " Do you know who I am?" Tho importurbablo olork ropliod, " Yoa ; you aro ——" (mentioning tho natno ol! tho gontloman), This was too muoh for tho commis sioner. Ho rushed to tho hoad of tho dopartmont and detailed what had occurred. To-his inofl'ablo surprlao ho was roooivod with tho utmost composure, Tho com missioner askod that tho olfonding olork should bo aumraonod into their prosonoo, which was dona, It was thon asocrtainod that...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Between the Walnuts and the Wine. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Between the Walnuts and the Wine. WtlY llio "uloutrio" holograph? Why .not. with iih uiuoh propriety U10 "oloolrlo" lolophono ? 'i'hu same quory appllos to uows rftt oablo. AVIiy "submarine" oublo? .Nobody til! son^u supposes the oablo Is holstod up 1 Ll-co a olobhos-tluo. •H Ow.H would imagine from the doaurl ptlons ol! gardens of lOduu :tor .salt) by rual-ustalo agents, for building sites, that tho kingdom of Hoavon wore ab baud ab ,so much a foot front. Hub when bho prospeollvu buyer goas oub and squints oiiu oyo 011 bliu sand lob in bho uddab ol! a sand-storm, blia balk ludulgod In would "load a dlslutorosled man bo boliovo bliu al'oi'o.sald Id dun was uob ovoi' bwo rods from a loonllly all, luoludlng laud agoubs, Itas'o buuii taught bo shun. m «< m '• TitlJY also sorvo who' only aland and wall," does nob apply to bhu young uton who bang aboub ohuroh dooi'a a I'tor aorvloo. IN IN " l.a''s awful late," brown! whab'll you any bo your wlllo !" " O, I shan't say much, ye ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

ENGLISH HOMES ! With evil their JEhzeLecvrmeivts of STTYRTP s> EASE AND COMFORT BY FUBNISHING AT "W_ ROCKE &b, CO., Collins Street East, Melbourne, The LARGEST ™ MOST SELECT STOCK '«™ SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Praise from Sir Rupert. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Praise from Sir Runert. Tu.13 following from the pen of Robert A, Gunn, M;D., Dean of tho Untiod States Mediaal Oollogo of Now York, treating, as it does, a subjoot of universal interest, and being of vital importance, is our only apology for its prominent position :— Sins :—It is a well-known and estab lished fact that, as a rule, and perhaps wluoly any urtlalo prepared and Hold uh a proprietary modlolno larofiiaud recognition by tho irioflloul profosalon. A littlo over two yours ago my ubbonblon wna Hrst culled by aovorul patients to a proprietary modlolno, whluli J had rouaou to bullovo onloyod a vory oxbunalvo anlo, About thla tlmo a poraonul friend sought my advloo. Ho had boon In poor health for aomo tlmu, and Ida application for an In aurunuo on hla llfo had boon rojootod ou aooouut of B right's IDlsooao, Ohomloal and mlorosooploul examinations of hla tirlno rovoalod tho proaonoo of largo quantities of albumou and granular tmho onata, which oonllriuod , tho oorruotueaa of tho...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Merit Always Wins. Anything that possesses merit, unci bus suflicionb capital boliind It to proporly push it, ciaunot fail of suoooss. An apt illustration of this axiom is tlio sttoooss Warner's " Safe " Betnoclios are meeting with, Lstabllshod in Melbourne less than throe months, the sales uro already in advance of many old established houses. Advertising, judiciously and per-, sistontly applied, cloubtloss hastens tho consummation wished for by tho proprie tors, yet had tho remedies no merit tlioy would bo bought but onco at most, and tho testimonials furnished by tho buyor have additional weight against suoooss, Wlion morlt, howovor, is tho ohiof corner stono, a permanent superstructure of 'success- is roarocl thoreou. The trade mark of tho aonoom spoken of is an iron safo. Last week a most beautiful one was imported from America. It woighs four tons, is flro and burglar proof, and should be soon by those interested at tho oompnny's warehouse, 147 Little Lons clalo-stroot west, t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Refusing Honours. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Refusing Honours. This ma is no getting-'away from the 'fact; It niattors not whether tlio government of a country bo by a Czar, an aristocracy, or by its pooplo-—tlio ties ire, 'for titles is still, the ,samo.' ."What Austra lian doesnot; yearn for a O.M.G., or a Iv.O.M.G., or a baronetcy ? What r i cliFi i gli slim an who doos not hunger for npaorngo? What Ohiuaman who doos not thirst after tlio bllfo button or _ tlio Ordor of tlio Pull Moon ,? Wo do not know if,thorn bo such, an,'ovular in Oliina,- but if. not, tlioro certainly should bo such a one in that empire.: And hero in Australia; the ■ act of -refusing Her Majesty's dis tinctions is generally dictated by tlio same fooling as the accoptaiico of J thoiii. For it to be known throughout tlio length and breadth of this con tinent that you have refused tlio -Iv.O.M.G.: is a greater dibiioiir than, having accepted tTio decora tion, aiidM-lio dif/ito monst?-ari occurs oven to a greater extent. Tho sentence, " Ho lias refused knig...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Statue to Gordon. DEDICATED TO THE GORDON MEMORIAL COMMITTEE. [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

A Statue to Gordon. Dedicated' to th r a oudon 'Mmmokiax< Committee.' roopvntcmT.1 ! A statuo to Gordon I Aloft lot it 1'lso i Til tho sollt brilliant 1 ltd it of Australian skios, 'I'hat down through the ugos in ay shine Ills loved namo,: A luminous star In tlio heavens of Tamo I A statuo to Gordon I Tlio dauntless,'tlio bold, '■ : "Who oared riot for honors, and trampled oil gold1; Tlio chivalrous soul who redeemed nations crushed ■ j In bondage j and, when grateful' millions praised, I blushed. ., * A statuo to Gordon I Tho rooord sublimo OL' his glorious 11 l!o shall ondu.ro to all time ; And mothers, ivlth proud tours, their child ran shall toll Jlovv ho wrought for mankind, fought, and conquered —and foil I A statuo to Gordon I To toll of tho doom . ■■■ By traitor-hands doalt in aeoumud Khartoum 5 In his death-pangs, O brothers, wo all sharoil a part, "When tho koon Arab-spoar plorood that lion-llko heart I A statuo to Gordon I To hallow tho land "Who rein tho etern...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Editorial Annoyances. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Editorial Annoyances. Those oorrospondonts who take a delight In writing to newspapers for information on all conceivable subjects, appear to be more particularly oxorolsod in mlncl over two or tlireo simple problems, which to tlvom are evidently Inserutablo, but wliioh havo boon explained so many timos that tlio wondor is that anybody oxists who has not rend the same storeotypod roply till it is im printed on his brain. Tho onogreat colossal dilTloulty whioh seoms to bo ovor prosout 'to tho buoolio mind, is tho difference botwoon a "squaro milo" and a "mile square," and though this has boon oxplainod thousands of times by, the Melbourne wooklios, yet it is doubtful whether tho confusion yrill bo rightly oloarod uji before the oraolc of doom. A now puzzle has reoontly boon rakod up bythoso indofatigablo inquirers, and tho amount of ignoraneo - that oxists on tlio point, evon in cultivated circles, is simply amazing, Tlio problom is, ""What was tho first day of tho nineteenth eontury...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lord Randolph Churchill. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Lord Randolph Churchill. 'It is a debated point in history whether the Duhc of Marlborough—Lord Randolph Churchill's nncostor—was not as groat a scoundrel as ho,was 'a soldier. Wo know ho was both a sooundrel nnd. a< great ■ General, bu^.the- precise position which these two attributes hold in relation to each other'is 'not oas'y to determine.' That dirty piece of troachory on las part, Avhon ho sont in tolligonco to tho Froncli of tlio soorot oxpodition about to bo sartt by Lngland to attack '13 rost, wo admit, appeal's to woigh tho balanco a g'oorl deal down on tho wrong side. Tho consoquonco ot' tlio Duko's treachery was, ay rites Macanlay, "that tlto expedition failed, and that oight hundred British soldiers lost thoir lives through tlio aban doned villuriy of a British Gonornl." So tnuah for "Jack Churchill." Now for his descendant, Lord Randolph, ayIio lias just had tho destinies of India handod over to his tondor aaro, assistod by Lord Harris, ayIio knoAVS moro of ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Engagements, ( In this column lnsfc wook wo mentioned tho engaga mouts of . Mi', B, Bowling arid Miss Bowling, 'l'hb initial of tho gantloman's Christian nnmo should havo appeared as 41 J." Miss Dowling and Mr. J. Bowling arp • the'daughter and son respectively of Mr.' T. 'Bowling, of.Jollalabad station, in tho Wostorn district. " ' Mit. M4BniDi3, of Sydney, is to ho married toLavim, third daughter of tho Colonial Troasuror of Now South Wales, Mr. Oh B. Bibbs. . Mil. Ohahles Faibfax, of Sydney, is engaged to Miss Frasor, daughter of tho.lata John Frasor, .M.L.O., of Now South Wales. A mabiuage has boon arranged between'Mr. Tooth, son of 'Mr. B. L. Tooth, of Sydnoj-, and the socond daughter of Mr. B. Gadon, inspaotor of tho Commercial Bank in that city. A cousin of tho abovonamod gontlo man, also named Tooth, is engaged to Miss Dolly. Arahoim, second daughter of Mrs. Arnhoim, of Barling ' Point, Sydney. " '''' :' ' ' ' ■ A M AMU AGE has boon arrangod botwoon Dr. Herbert Enabling, of ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Decline of the Bride-Cake. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

The Decline of the Bride-Cake. Amonci tlio many things wliluli they did bettor lu tlio good old times than to-duy is the providing of hospitable wedding feasts. Tho warm personal flavour which was onoo imparted to .such fesblvltlos Ih wildly lacking now, and those uiitortulnmonls are more oatoror'w triumphs, i'urtloulurly It Is trim (says tlio JJonton- C'ourior, United Status) that tlio brido-cuko has become a painfully dull and ooiutrioiipluou viand, Tlma was -when this crown of the wadding feast was always prepared at hotnu j when, undor tlio watchful oyo of tlio plousod and Important houso-mothor, the daughters prepared thu dntos and plums, the currants and tlio caudlecl pool, tho citron, almonds, brandy, wine, and rowo water. What a delightful task it was, and how thuy bustled and 'chattered and quoted this oako, which had boon a grand suooohs, and that which had boon such a disgraceful failure, and liopod that Dorothy's would Go tlio handsomest oako ovor soon in tho country. Th...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Balls and Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Balls and Entertainments. Onjs of tho most onjoyablo balls of the season was that glvon by the.-Mayor, of lllchmond (0. J'. Winn, Esq.) in the local Town Halt on Tuesday evening last. Tlio guests began to nssomblo shortly after 8 o'clock, ancl woro received by the Mayor and Mayoress. Tlio hall, which was decoratod hi the most tastoEul stylo with Earns ancl evergreens, appeared to groat advantago. The catoring, which was oE a vory suporlor charaetor, iyas entrusted to the capable chargo oE Mr, G-unslor, who gavo every satisfaction.' OE tho many pleasing oostumes worn by the ladles Mrs. Winn (tlio Mayor ess) woro an olegant costumo ioE rich morvollieux silk, trimmed with long train of maroon plush ij tho bodice, cut squaro in front and V shape' be hind, was undoubtedly tho prot'tlost costumo hi the room. Mrs. 0. B, Winn in a most effective costume of black brooho and lace. Mrs. Taylor (Mayoress of; Trahran) appoarod to^groat advantage in black silk', -.with croam satin front, with tri...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Chance For Us. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

I A Chance For Us. In wnHivyouiig nuuiVwlt.lt a big lockot, which woighud En down, and lie oiilorud our editorial room with a Inning sinllo upon his oouutoiiunoiu. J" Well, sir, what can wo do lor you ?" wo asked, K)h I you're the editor oil the new paper, are yutt V" lie vld. " Well, I. want to pub something in your way. |lio Wigglnsos had a party last night." Wo expressed dollght at tho fact, and also a hope |lat joy rolgnod supremo at the party oil t.lie Wlg insos. 14 Yos, It did," said our bonoL'actur, 44 and just to glvo |ou an item that -will make your paper sell, .1 liavo [list—" Wo know," wo -explained with delight, 44 and you |avo written a paragraph for our Fashionable column." J list so," ho replied, blushing modestly, 44 you soe hero's a good doal in the why these tilings are written. || begin by saying—44 An enjoyable availing was spout at |lio hospitablo'homo of Mr. Wiggins." Do you say anything about dancing being kept up Sill a lata hour Oil, yes, further cm," replie...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Amateurs. Soorotarlos of Dramatic Clubs nro respectfully Invited to sond In to tho Editor of TAiir.M Tai.K programmes of performances as ourly as posslblo. The English mombors of tlio Dentschdr Turn Veroin gnvo a Drnmntio Performance on Monday, 20th Juno. " Goals of Firo," a Gomody-Dratna in 8 Acts, by H. T. Graven, was produced wifcli tho following cast Mr. Jormol (of tho Control Assurance Office, tend Dlrootor of various Joint Stock Corupnnlas) Mr, .T. Euul* Wilfred JormolKhls son) .. .. .. Mr."W. Hunt Wontworth l'nrmoHun, Esq. (of Waterloo Manor) Mr. A. Nordon Joo XUekotts (a reduced markot-gardonor) .. Mr* J. Dawbarn Eostrtl (no rolitlolan—If lionostyls tho boat pollay) Mr. W. Tandy noblnR (a sorvnnt) .. .. Mr, 0. Ilosangren Stlngor (a dotootlvo).. .. . .. Mr. A. Tnndy Bllllter (proprietor of n family hotel, Southamp ton .. ,. .. . .. . .. , Mr. Q-. Ourroll Editli Itlekota (govoruoas In Jormal'a family) ,. * Miss T, Young ■ Ella Ivoland (a speculator's daughtor) .. ., Miss 0. Bo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Plays and Players. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

1 1 " Oil I. thoi'u bo plnyoi'Di Unit J! Imru huciii plitjr." • i ■ , .HAMI.MT, Acit .r.L 1. Mil. Circa. DAiiiurci/i, iu'tiobn'fiwouTlfco with Molbourno critics, Ho was moro fortuniitoIn .London, and roaolvud several vary flattering ciornpllmoiitm iih an uotor and playwright from those great censors of tlio pt'OHH who dlotata the (Imirn's laws to (.Iia public. This absence oil unanimity might bo explained upon Mio principle Mint ii prophet hnt.li no honor in Ida own aouhl-i'.v, but I do not tldnk Mliv Bar roll's frlonds would ilool saMsllud ' by ho indefinite a hypothosis. A man who Is continu ally writing dramas and noting thom, must surely linvo something in ldm. Yob .1. am forced to this oonoltislou •—that olthor tlio critics aro to ho lioilovod and Mr. IDnri'oli must be'rogardod us a failure, or Ida cioin montators Cor tlio graator part nro of tlio class who aro not to bo convinced by tlio ovidonoo of fcliolr souses. .TCdr my part .1 tldnk that bhoro is a good doal oil matorlat ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lord Sherbrooke's Poems. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Lord Sherbrooke's Poems. Loicu j3u.imueoGK.th bolter iaiow.n to tho polonies as Mr. llobort Lowa, has published a volume,of poems,' Though the author has reached tlio ago ol' 74. years, vory few of his friends suspootod him ol! possessing fclio gift of poetry, and to thci public generally ho was known only-us a statesman, who, alitor llUlug several Important- positions In tho Australian colonies, ulll inutoly wont- to tho old country, whore lib has < for thirty yeans boon a prominent figure In tho polltloaV aroua. It apiioara, liowovor, from tho volume recently published, that Lord Shot'brooko has found leisure! during his busy 11 fu to doplot In vorao somo of tho' varied oxporloucos through whloh ho passed. Many oE thoao pooms aro saroastlo attacks upon political op ponents, whoso actions and ovou names have almost boou forgotten by tlio present generation, and ho deals with a stato of oolonhd ijolltlos -whloh has long shioo passed away. His stylo Is at tlmoa obsout'o, a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Queen's English Again. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

The Queen's English Again. A GENTLEMAN has boon talcing the Sj>eotator to task; for tho " loose expressions" whiah occur in that ad mirably conduotod journal, and in doing so lie forcibly remarks that " unless future generations are to undor 1 stand Shakespeare ns little as tho present one com-: prehonds Chancer, it is of the greatest importance that the'Queen's English—both words and grammar—should be' jealously guarded by all literary Englishmen. There is a good deal of weight in this observation, for the language is being daily increased by tho addition of newly coined words, whioh, though regarded as " slang" at first, have subsequently received recogni tion by the best writers of the day, so that the works of Shakespeare may in the course of two or three centurlos require to be're-wrltton in order that they may bo made intelligible to the persons then living. The advance of knowledge ' and- the acquirement of new ideas neces sarily involve the introduction of new expressions...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The New American Consul. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

The New American Consul. Amongst recent . arrivals by tlio CullfornlHii mail steamer . " Australia" whs Colonel James Morris Morgan, who lias arrived in Victoria to otllolale us American Gonsul-Gonoral, in the,place of Mr. O. M, Sponoor, who has boon recalled to Now York. Colonel Morgan, who Is about *10 yours o:l! ago, was born in Mm year 1845, at Now Orleans, anc'l at an early ago was sonbto tlio Naval Oollogo at Annapolis to bo educated. On tlio breaking out of the Civil War in America lie .was ordered on board tlio Con fedora too rulsor "Georgia," a tender to tlio well-known American war ship " Alabama," and at'tor tlio destruction, of that vessel by tho " Shannon" ho was ordered--to -return to head quarters. After a period of brief. inactivity he was transferred to the army, and oiliolatcd ,as an olllcor in .tho American urtlllory until tlio, close of the war. Peace having boon proclaimed, Colonel Morgan retired to reside 011 his jitoporty in South Carolina, and in i Slid jolnp...

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