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Random Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 6 November 1885

Random Jottings. Tub Inolomonoy of tho woathor 011 " Darby Day" provontod many of tho ludios from appearing iu tlio charming tollottos, specially doalgnod for that oooasion, but thoso ladlos who plaood loss dopondonoo on tho Australian ollmato, and aotod on tho suggestion of ono of our oorrospondonts by having oostumos In roadlnoss to suit fair and foul woathor, wore onviod by tholr loss providont sisters, i IN matters of dross ovory ono soomod so anxious to oxool, and fashion was novor so Uboral In permitting all,' sorts of vagnrios, that I had much roason to fear many of tholr ofEorts would bo ovordono, llko tho Now York botlo who was fortunato enough to booomo possessed of a very flno violin, a roal " Straduarlusj" but thinking to onhnnoo Its;value, had It sot with pre cious stonos, thoroby oomplotoly spoiling its tone. Happily It was not so with our fair frlonds of Viotorla, as on Derby and "Chip Day," tho dresses looked splendid, and for novelty in design, tasteful blending of ...

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

Notioe to Subscribers. I'll 10 following tiro tho mibsorlptlon rntoH for TAiu.M TAt.K {«• olitdlng pontngo to imy port of Vtotorlu, or to tiny of tlio oolonioH I— Tho Your ign. Oil. Six Mouths .. • • ». ... .. .. . flu, Oil. Outsldo tho colonies, InoludlugpostiiKO. . Ono your .. .. Oil. 1 Six Months .. .., .. .. •• "... , J On. Oil. Subscription* must ho pnld In ndvtiuoo. rosttil orders should ho miido ptiyiihlo to Mil. MAUIUOW flUOW'.KY, 1llfl Uussoll atroot, Mot. bourno, roaltil notes or stumps, Ylotorlun or from tiny of tho olonloa, will bo noooptod tia pnymont. < To Correspondents. Itim'ious find oomniuulontlons Intondod for Insertion In Taw.78 TAI.K should bo tuldrossod to—Til m Mim'oti. Contributions do. oltnod onnnot tin n rttlo bo rotnrnod i but still, ovory ransounbta roriuont In'thut roHpaot will bo otirofttlly rittoiidad to. No uotloo emu bo tukon of anonymous aommunlotitlons. Tho nnmo tuid nddross of tho wrltor must bo Klvon, though notnooasstirllyfor publicat...

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

Fashionable ABHH*—BTO-Mr, iCtlwmd n,*J of tlio Into T, Ashby, of Staines, innn|((|'. Marriage;, hi cuHHius, mnnloi 1.1 of September, at St. rotor's, Konsln^n r'1 London, Jano Mary, dnuphlci of ihoVvM Yairam, Victoria, ' ' '' Lucas—LuatatAM'i-On tlioV.thSq,^,. John's Ohuvoh, Lowes, took place tli0 rniUr;i!, A, P. Lnaas, of Loosomoro, Suvio.v, mui y Arabella Luokraft, third daughterof Cap^M ll.N. Tho brldo woro a skirt o£ white',rd trlmmocl with laoo, and looped with r!W: - with a train and boclico of white niolr^v fastonod with orango blossom, pearl ornamer/. oarrlad a lovely bouqiiot of (lowers, Then" maicla wove drossod in cronm-colored Indian?;,, with bodices of silk and laoo, nntl large saslo-f tnoh'd bonnols of croam tulle, with yM ,r oaoh woro a tio of tho t y.ingarl colon, bouquets tlod with tho snmo colors, in com;':; the bridogroont, a momborof that weU-know brldo's bouquot was also tlod with the ac. J ribbon) handsomo bracelets, the gift of t:; groom, woro worn by oaoh brhl...

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

The Cup. Wis supposo it is no uso writing about anything also. "Not a bit," says tho constant roador. Well thon, tho firm of .Byron Mooro, Speight and Oo., lias achieved an overwhelming success. That Mephistopholian Bowie oould not spoil tho woatlier. To bo suro, ho got a log in with Borby Bay, but his double was spoilt. Oh, yon wicked John Aloxandor Bowio ! 'How many wero present at the Cup? More than ever—say 100,000. Tho grand stand and -lawn wore deoidodly more demooratio.than usual. Byron will have to think of raising' tho price. We have detailod tho points-of the day elsewhere. It is no good saying over again that Sheet Anchor won, and so wo will not say so—but you will say Handy Andy is editing Tauuis Talk after that. To resume Grace Barling's second is thought, by the professionals, to eclipse Shoot Anchox''s first. Trenton, ridden by Robertson, who rode Malua to victory 111 the Cup last year, gave his backors.a good show—but what is that ? Not to be first is to be nowliore....

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

Aimongsb the monb roeonb ORDERS received by M.khsus. George GOULET&Co. REIMS, von tiiKin C E L E B Ji A TED Woro those for Hor Jtnjosty tho Quoon of England, during 1\or raoaut visit nb Alx lo Buins j Hor Majesty tho Que en OfWurtem •berg, lit Nloo ; inul IUb IS.Koollonoy Lord _ Lyons (tho English Auibnssador), tit Pnrla, Aoknowlodgad by till Connoisseurs to bo tho Fluoat tintl PUREST DRY Wlno known find rooogulv-.oil ns tho Sooloty Champagne of tho World. In Magnuras, Quarts, Pints, and Halt-pints,, Of all tho Lo ndlng Wlno and Spirit Morolinuts, R. H. BLAOKWELL, Represontatlvo, MARKET BUILDINGS, WILLIAM STREET, Jabez Carnegie & Sons IMPORTERS OP PIANOS AND ORGANS, 200 Bourke-st. E., MELBOUKNE, Offer their well-soloctocl Stook at nlmost Wholesale Prices. 0HARAC1TER FROM HAND-WRITING NOEL CONWAY. WHITING EXPERT AND GRAPHIOLOGIST, Wlio hns recently arrived in 1ha colony, will give n trno delineation of ohari otar on rooaipt of n lattor in ordinary handwriting, hearing...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 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.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Musical World. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

Musical World. Messrs ' W. H. G len and ? Co., send j mo a batch of now music, which. I forth | with procood to rattle over bn.thokeys. t " Bygone Days," Romanza,hy Cramer. : Nice and sentimental, and pretty easy, "Day Dream," Reverie, by H, F. i Sharpe. Rathor bizarre, like his Pa Van," j and •' Soguidilla." ' A ploasingj plaintive ;strain, '. ' i " Marohe Soudanese,"byMay Ostlcre, j dedicated by permission to Lord Charles , Beresford. This is a clever thing, intro 'duoing "Dawn of Day," " Reveilldo," I ("Villager's Prayer," (*l) " Bugle Call," I " Cannons and Drums," " Tom Toms," the " Australian Contingent," and ever so : many more incidents—quite a " Battle of ; Prague," in Its way. It is very melodious, and I shoiild think, one of the features of the season. , " Fisher Wife's Vigil," song,, words by Chapman, musio by Bevan 5 sung by Madame Patey. , Worth glancing at, i " Pastorella," by'Watson. A smart i Q-igue—vulgarly known as Jig. "Lbs.Marguerites," valse, by Reiter, 1A plea...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Minstrels. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

Phe Minstrels, Ir'srs^'on"0''1"^ £ . urn itiHt. Allow mo to ami OuHlmmn'H, as the Tlio N'uggot appears to j it now ourtrniotoi' r1.1,mi tin a now oiianvoiur O' me'hot mo see. It has ri .l ' uc lmlc, Thoivtro CJomtquo, |,;Kf Holo.Ioo, and how many f^ths ahead of allrivalry as Ccmatoi'. .1 havo sulci I am Rvlth this lino of buainoaa, bub fit superlatively. .tnclooct, ho I and drunsos oxaotly ltko a lat la all about It, J. oars of Ehlon lu the stal a Iwa Ktvon Slllty to photograph tlio Girl of R, it la a an tiro, you know—a Bmu'oh Improved In Ills acting, Eom a lilstrotdo vlow point, and y In mimniiolclng the follios of fIIIs Sara Bernhardt, undor tlio 111.Koil Pedum, Is Immensely ■am usod to bo amusod with this Sing, whllo hi tho States, ancl i matinee whoro a burnt oork ■tW hor oil' as Sally Honrtburn, ftstSSly boon has scoured an luvalu al«ii in CJushman. Ho romlnds njfworson, In build, but Ills stylo of Mfijtlfors from Napoleon. His busi M'Aillolf, In tho Podora btirlosqno, Is flSi...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

by special On-A-S. OC3-C3- «Sc onl CWm. W. CAUGHT, Propriety ^Vjl PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMic, Importers of Drugs, Chomioa/s, Air and Water Bods, 4 ' The DlsponBinR' Dopnrfcmont In thin J4Mtnbll«hmuiit In runinin',,. nootlon with tho IiuhIiiuhm, tho KroutoHt uoouruuy uml damiutuh h, Vi?.. n pi'oMovlptloiiH und fuinlly roolpta miiy bo rolled upon, Tho Uaborntrtv ,,r°lMwVri'';l!' rooontly boon ro-nrrmiKuil, mid tho modloluaH und oompotuida of i In i,r SUw,? under tlio poiwnid Htipoi'vlHlnn of tho lMnolpiil, tho driiKB nnd ohomlid* iiill.VW'^'vn Mnnntn.1 MoHHOnttOl'B lll'O Hnlit iLt "III ,1 1 fi'oin tho lliHt ljOiiitoiMnni'lcot. Spooial MoHBonffOi'S nro sunt ot nil tlmo., h, tU nlnow nro rounlrod In tho olty of wlJoluluK mitmrlia. Pl'OHOrlptlomi ami Otii.', \1 through tho poHt from country uml auburlw, nro oxuoutod und forwarded hnmoilhtoi,, 11 ^ Chas. Ogg & Co. (Wm. W. Caught, Proprlolor,) 117 COLLINS STREET EAST, MELBOl'H TELEPHONE NO. 626. J H OS A T 11 M B O Y A L Under the manag...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Chat with Gordon. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

A dfiati WitR/doMqii, Not General Gordon.. I am clo(vlYng wlth^b'o'rdon of,'' Thespian farao, I do ho llkathdsdHhoiytrloal people./' No mattor who lb is, 'Private Seerbtarj'/('i'iiofn'to h), Bohoo iBHthors (Day), Harold'Armytago (Hlgnold), or anyono oIho behind the footlights ) only glvo mo a shot at thorn, and I will find pabulum for tho roador, Now, lot mo glvo you a low wrlnklos about Interviewing (I am going to pounoo upon a lady soon)," Whon you go to lntorvlow anybody, ospoolally a thoatrioat, thoy sib down and oxpoot you to troat thorn liko a doctor. To bo auvo, thoy' aro slow at showing you tholr tongtto, but thoy Hoom to want you to tako tholr wrist and fool tholr pulso. Thoro thoy sit, as If you woro going to photograph thom. In particular, do you know—as tho Private Soorotary says—thoutrloal pooplo aro roraarkably norvous In prlvato Ufa. I ap proach thom with droad, but find tlioy aro twloo as much afraid of mo, and tills oausos mo to pluok up oourago, I attaok boldly. Th...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

ParK CENTRE OF */, Saturday G. Fraser&Co, AND Plans and Free Railway ■ Passes on application. _ LUJSTOHEON.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tea Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

Tea Table TaII[. Ovn wookly ohat would not bo complete without talking about tho two last .woo days. For though lust thoy proved tho rule of being not tho least onjoyablo,' OA1C8 Bay tho wind was unkind to tho ladles walk ing on tho lawn. Tossing light draporlos ovory way but the one tho raodlsto Intondod. "VVhloh oalls to momory that protty llttlo poom of Stovonson's, about « Tho Wind "j—' " I saw tho rttltovout things you iHil» But always you yourself you hhl." ( I did not notloo many novol tollottos, so many ladlos kopt to tho stand. Ono particularly ologant was In a doop shtido of sapphlro volvot, polonalso of volvot oponlng to a front of oroam satin with laoo j bonnot and parasol to matoli. Tho parasol of volvot bolng unadorned oxaopt by tho richness of tho mntorlnl. Anothor equally ologant In bronze groon volvot had polonalso of volvot whloli roaohod only to tho sklos, tho wliolo front of skirt bolng of will to satin 5 bonnot to match. Parasol half of volvot and half tho stiok...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

' 01 ura Orosblo, the little girl who was lost In the Bush, la attracting many to the Waxworks in bonrke Street. ' -

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 — 13 November 1885

A Glance at the New Fashions, By Louisk, Now that tho oxcifcomont ovor tho racing rarnWi the yonr is gradually commencing to subside,aJ ladies will bo thinking of sultnblo attire for jeti resorts, and trips into tho country, Tho tollord .costumos that have boou at wgle for so lougiofij land for travelling, &c., are likely to bcvoryfiuhiouii here this soason. Nothing is nroro thoroughlytolj-li than a Wood gown built after this fashion. It is true that oiglrt or ton guineas appwmasa what largo amount to pay for a merely "tab about " gown, Tho investmont is, however, a»} profitable one in tho end, as such costumes are liteM overlasting wear. A couple of tailor-mndo pffli l dark-groy tweed woro noticoablo nt tho racesouSifi day, and were admired for the sovoro stmplicityoifo stylo. Nor travelling-drosses no material is sod adapted as alpaoa. This material does not soil with clust, nor era**3 crushing } both valuable attributes in n trrfl dress. Tfc will be greatly used for tbi3 ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

Tlie Gentle Oyster.—The lus cious bivalve is not extinct in Victoria. It is to be found in the newly-oponed 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
The Parisian Couturier. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

The Parisian Couturier. The oovtnrier—tho bearded dross-maker, tho mas oullne artist in sillc and satin—is an essentially modom and Parisian phenomenon. Introduced by tho great artists Worth, Aurolly, Pingat, and their rivals. En thusiasts of grace and beauty, theso artists sot them selves the task of preventing the inconstant goddess of fashion from oontinuing to wander off into ugliness, deformity, and absurdity. In their devotion to art, beauty, and luxury, they determined never to forget fitness and comfort. The modern artists in dross con sider justly that what is most important in a dress is tho woman who wears it, and that their object should to be set her off to tho best advantage, and not to make her remarked—in short, to make a toilet which will bo to the wearer what the frame is to the portrait, * a. * * ; The high-priests of Parisian fashion have their shrines upstairs. Whore tho highest perfection is aimed at, shops are nowhere, Tho grand oovtnrier makes no outside show...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Thespian Flaneur. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

The Thespian Flaneur. From America, I hoar of the death of Alec Fitzgerald and Sam Rickey. Fitz gerald was heavy man at the Melbourne Theatre Royal during Barry Sullivan's season, and was the original hero of Colonel Bagenal O'Grady, in Arrah-na Poguo, whon Sullivan played Shaun the Post. By the way, 1 see that another Sullivan is now playing it at tho Adolphi. Plarwood was the original Miok Feenoy in Melbourne. SAM Riokey came .to Melbourne with the Loftus Troupe. He was a talented man, but a dreadful " mop," and they had to fetch him up at last before our city magistrates, to got him sobered by detention. After this he was packed away home again to San Francisco, by a sailing vessel from Sydney. Yet he was one of the cleverest minstrel performers ever seen on tho stage. He received, strange to say, some oducation as a Roman Catholic priest. However, raising the little finger, lost him his pros pects that way, and ho took to the stage. He was the original north of Ireland policeman...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

Notice to Subscribers. EL urn tho aiilworlptlon rnto» for Taiimo TAMC In B'to iVi'y mrt of Vlotorln, or to imy of tho aolonloH i— B i na. on. Kin, Od, So, 0(1, LtK inoiudlnif t'OKtotfo,. ^ ^ f " io«! oc'i! Itiii'idt )>o paid In nrtvnnoo, I'oatut ordora ahottld bo t Mil. MAI'JItOH U MODS! ICY, 108 IlUHHOll Btroot, Mot. F iidtoK or atimijiH, Vlotorlim or from any of tho ghoooptod an paymont, To Correspondents. (loniiiiiinidations Intondod for lnaortlon In TAnr.iij ff.hMtdyoo nddrwMod to—Til 10 .UlH'I'Oll, OontrlbUtlotlH do. £.1 cuimYnn a rulo h<> rotuniod | but atill, ovory roiiHonnblo iStliTtSmrr.iKiot will ho (lawfully nttondort to, HbmMwK he tukuu of anonymous oommuntontlona, 'I'ho nnmo |»JilrtW,Wjl111 wrltor must bo fflvou, though not noooHsurlly for |)lc/dlwn',y$|' _________ a ri Notlco to Advertisers. f MS Lit AMOUNTS foe Advortlsomonta nro pnyablo to Mr. MAUWOJi (UUKYonl^, "fijBLE i y, xo vBMBim la, isss,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

Before the Curfaiq. On Saturday night tho big bluo and white postor ovor tho Royal ontranao announood " Kerry — Arrah-uu-Poguo."' Tho gllttorlng gas-jots in front of tho Opcra-houso announood "Lights o' Lon don." So thoro waa 110 ohango at tho loading houaaa, nothing to wrlto about, except managerial satisfaction with pro longing runa. The First Nlghtors thronged to tho Bllou, whoro wo hadPlnoro'a "Magistrate" Whon Plnoro first oamo undor my notloo ho waa a struggling young aotor doing humblo bualnoaa with Irving, at tho Lyceum. Thon ho wroto a little- oomo diotta oaliod " Daisy's Escape," wliloh hla Groat Manager produood, Noxt Plnoro managod to work upon tho stago his play of .tho " Monoy-Splnnor," brought out at G-rand Thoatra, Looda, Its auooosa oauaod Mr. and Mrs, Kondal to produoo it at tho St. James's Thoatro, London, Thence forward, Plnoro waa a mado man. A a an aotor ho has not booomo eminent, and indood ho appoars to liavo rotirod from tho boards. I rooolloot him playing D...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LE MAIRE EST MORT; VIVE LE MAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 13 November 1885

Le Maire est Mort ; Vive EE'Maire. Tho rotirlng Mayor thon dlvostad himself of his robos unci lda ohuln of otlloo, unci, Aid. Stewart having 'boon duly sworn in( Or. Ourtor then invostod tho now Mayor .with tho mayoral ohain amidst loud applnuso, the ox-mnyor exclaiming, " Lo Malro est mort; vivo lo Mnlro."-—" Daily Papor." So you are dead, you said, and eyes Grew dim with sad mirth at your chaffing Good. Take this epitaph :—-Here lios The first of Mayors'who died laughing. O inerry Mayor, once the ranks Of city elders laughed a choric Refrain to your gay quips and cranks : Of Mayors you wore sure, the Yorick. You made tho meetings, once so, glum— Whore once a pun would causo a panic— Ring out, or as tho Age says, " thrum," With laughtor quite Aristophanic, And you aro gone, O 'twas ever thus ! We never loved 1—but may the sod Lie lightly on your bonds 1 To us : Your name, alas, is Iohabod. You've gone with all your .waggery, ■ ■ And feebly fizzles out our verse ; Grief has made idi...

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