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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

-pc»NA.vvR Htrongtbons and braces up jgftBtuust disease. Bo sure you obtain tXTtfA DRY e*JRa quality dry Amongst the moat rocont ORDERS rooeivocl by Misssns. George GOULET&Co. REIMS, KOll TIIKIH G E L E B li A TED Champagne Wore thoHo for Hor Majesty tha Queen of England, during hor rooont visit nt Aix lo Bains j Har Majesty tho Queen of Wurtem "berg, at Nloo i anil His Exoollonoy Lord Lyons (tho English Ambassador), nt Earls. Acknowledged by all Oomiolssours to bo the finest and PUEEST DBY Wine known and recognized as tho Society Oil amp ague of the "World. In Magnums, Quarts, Pints, and Half-pints. , Of all the Lo adlng Wine and Spirit Merchants. R. H. BLAOKWELL, Representative, MARKET BUILDINGS, WILLIAM STREET. Jabez Carnegie & Sons IMPORTERS OF PIANOS AND ORGANS, SOO Bourke-st. E., MELBOURNE, , Offer their well-selected Stock at almost Wholesale Prices. QHARACITER FROM HANDWRITING NOEL CONWAY. whiting- expert and graphiologist, Who has reoently arrived in the col...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

"WoiiFK's Schnapps 1a a noble exception to tbe spirits of the day. Always ask for Wolfe's. by special Ammo,,, On-A-S- OC3-C3- <&c Qr fWm. W. CAUGHT, ProiMofcotfi, ^ PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMlSi Importers of Drugs, Chomloals, Air and Water Beds, Pill0lvJ j, 1 Tho DlHtJonaing- Dopftrfcmonfc In fcliU XflMtubliHhmottfc I* roploto ivM, #v ' \"tlT buflno««, Uki m-ontcHt npuuruoy and dospntoh In tlio i ?imuvi itloiiM nnil family wolpto may bo rollod upon, Tho Laboratory *n<i \ * InnSStiv boon fo-umuiKuit, mul tbo modtoluoa mid compound* of tho l4X,,, iUk mwlm-Mio iioraotinl miporvlMlou of tho Principal, tho ill-UK* mul oliondoul* i« y:'J'u,pb Vvon? tho fli-Ht £ouilo!i iiiiii'kot, spooinl Moaaontfora arc tout at nit um< IiL^ Ohio* arcvointlr0.1 In tho olty or udjoluluK miburh*. ProHartpttoiiB niul ol1,1:' tlu'ough tho poot from country und miburba, m-o oxcoutod mul fanvm-du.l linmMi.wf1 ^ Chas. Ogg & Co. CWm. W. Caughl, Proprietor') li7 COLLINS STR...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAWTHORN GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

Hawthorn Grammar School. The annual Athlotic Sports of tho Hawthorn Grammar School were hold on tho Melbourne Cricket ground, on the afternoon of Friday, November 13th, in the prcsonce of a large numbor of the friends of tho pupils. Tho weather was very fine, and tho long pro gramme was well carriod out. The menagerie race, in which a pig, cat, duck, and turkey compotod, exciting much amusoment. Special prizes wero prosentod to the Sports' Committee, by Sir "W. J, Clarke, tho head master (Mr. Edward Irving), Mr, H. G, Poppin, Mr. E. T. H. Clarke, Mr. R. Affleck, Mr. J. G. Affleck, Pro fessor Irving, the masters" of tho Grammar-school, and Mr. D, Card. Among the spectators wore Professor Irving, Dr. Springthorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Robert son (of Hawthorn), Hio Misses Irving, Miss Kiddle, and Miss Goodall, who wore a very pretty white em broidered dress with a white silk sash, and a dainty white-straw bonnet trimmed with whito lace, and a satin-worked parasol to match tbe dross. Mrs...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

Amateurs. Really these Bohemians are very chic, and quito belie their name, for Bohemian, isra is supposed to bo something shady. The Temperance Hall was never so dis tinguished as by the presence of His Ex cellency tho Governor, Lady Looh, Lady Augustus Lofus, Governor Robinson, and Governor Broome, to see the Bohemians act "Now Men and Old Acres." The floor and the balconies were thronged, almost packed, with the brilliant and fashionable assemblage. If there is a Recording Angel kept taking down Soft Nothings, ho must have had his hands full. The Bohemians play cricket and play plays, both with cleverness. Yet "New Men and Old Acres," is a poor play. When it was produced in London, about 1872, Charles Kelly acted Brown, and Ellen Terry acted Lilian Varasour. They got on pretty fairly until Olivia was produced at the Court Theatre, in 1877, and Ellen received the offer to support Irving at the Lyceum. Charles Kelly died last year. Ellen Terry's father went to tho funeral. Ellen ha...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Poppies. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

Poppies. Those are tho (lowers of sleep : They, nod In the heavy noon, 15 ro the brown shades eastward creep, To a drowsy and dreamful tune. These are the (lowers of sleep. Love's lilies are passion-pale, But these on the sun-kissed flood Of tho corn that rolls breast deep Burn redder than drops of blood . On a dead king's golden mail. Heart's dearest, 1 would that wo Those blooms of forgotfulncss Might bind on our'brows and steep Our love in Lethe ere less Grow its (lamo with thoo or mo. When Time with his'ov.il eye ■ _ Tho beautiful Love has slain , Thoro is naught to gain or keep Thereafter and all is vain. - • Should wo wait to see Love dio ? Sweetheart of tho joys men roap' • We have roaped: 'Tis time to rest. ' Why should we wake but to weep? ; , SlBep and forgetting is best — ■ ■ Theso-aro tho flowers of sloep. Yictok J. Daley, j

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

ParK CENTRE OF COBURG GRAND RESIDENCE <\ 3 NOV. 21 FRASER & GO. AND NAYLQR, FORBES & CO, Plans and Free Railway v. ' : - Passes on application. JLUNOHEON.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tea Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

Tea Table Tall^. Tjim fluctuations of tho woathor havo boon Increasing tho last wook, Tito rapid changes flora cold to boat imcl 'V/oa vorm, besides producing a dlsagrabnbla oil'uot: ttpcm tho tompor, havb a fcondonoy to ruin ono's olothas -—•two vory sorlous ovlls, to loso one's tompor, and toj spoil ono's olothos. ;| Now tho question arlsoa, whioh la tho worst? I think —woll, I won't say what :i do think, but will suggest to those of iny readers who liavo not road tho lutorostlrig llttlo story of " Tho Lady or tljo Tlgor " (Stookton) to do so at 01100. Now wo ranst all bog!n to talk about whoro wo would Uko to go for a ohaugo this holiday tiiuo. And from talking of wltoro wo would liko to go, wo soon bogliv to think of what wo will take In tho way of suit ablo atblro. . la* Is astonishing soolng what an annual affair going to tho soasldo Is, that pooplo do not understand woarlng what Is really sultablo. Sea air Is soon doath to all light colored ribbon bows, and all graooful llttl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

. Olara Orosbio, tliu Uttlo girl wbo wna lost iu tbe Bush, is attraatlng many to tho "Waxworks in bourko Street. . , ' , ^aturdaY Nov. 21, 1885 AMBROOK PARK, (Jaulfield 31 Lots Kambrook Park SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves Princes' Bridge At Two o'Olock. OBTAIN PASSES' FROM F. L. FLINT, | . , : yAuctioneers* W.J. BUTCHER,) 8 COLLINS-ST. EA8T1.

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 — 20 November 1885

A Glance at the New ■ By Louise. ■ PJSDJflSTiiiANS along Lygon-strcot, Catltoc. J fall to bo attractad by tho nspoct of the wWujl .establishment of Monies and Burusidc, Miifel wliioh wo aro going to givo our readers a ge: aription this wook, Tho window Is rendered t attraotivo to fomino passors-by, by the display:!;! dainty oonfooblons and ornaments j s|tecimeiy:!| mcr millinery and its adjuncts, It contains, nowost shapos In summer lints nrc on vi;r| trimmed and imtrimmod, for children as veil i| thoir oldors. 1 ospocially noticed among the ipl of tho now summer millinery sovernl of tb j V Oavrlngton " hat-shapes that will be so m;::| during tho summer ; thoso have a flat protiu&f In front, and aro altogether noat and ladylike hi Two or threo other now and pretty shapes, efe trim mod or unadornod at all, I also admired | and effective woro a variety of tiusel osprevsf:t: Those wore particularly noticeable, and weretlsp| in all stylos and varieties, Some were in the is' colo...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Thespian Flaneur. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

The Thespian Flaneur. I HAD n talk with Mr. Joubort tlio othor clay, about the progress of his now Alexandra Theatre, on the Hippodrome site. It is very much larger than .1 thought. Joubert tells mo that 3,000 people are to be accommodated. The question is, " What is tho fare to draw them?" But Joubert is satisfied with the offers ho has on hand. 'l'Jie model of tho interior is like that of a boautif ul Vienna theatro, rocognisod as equal to any in Europe; if not superior from the important point of view of soo ing the stage from overy part. The Alexandra will be much broader, in com parison with the depth, than any of our Melbourne theatres, except tho Princess's. There are two tiers of boxes, tho lower one mounted on iron columns, and not level with the floor as at the Bijou. The top tier is an immense gallery, or amphitheatre. The lower tier is the dress oifole, of course. "Under this is the pit, while the stalls occupy the iiMinl place. I. urn inclined to think that tho dress oi...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Random Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

Random Jottings. | In New York many of the fashionable ladies have introduced the novel oustom of calling messenger boys to esoort them to the various places .of public amuse, ment. The ladies say this system enables i them to be much more independent, and the pleasure it gives them to sec their male friends with better gloves and cravats under the new rule more than makes up for the pleasure forfeited in dispensing with-their guardianship. The ordinary glove-buttons have so often caused so many complaints, as to their liability to come off and difficulty in fastening, that a new patent " Harrison's Champion Button" has ibeon introduced, which is said to moet all requirements. ■ A NEW corset "the Dermathistic," the busks, bones, and side-steels being leather-covered, is specially re commended to ladies who indulge iln any violent exer oise such as rowing, riding, driving, and lawn tennis, the leather-covering rendering the bones unbreakable, and the corset exceedingly pliable. Durin...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

Before the Curtail]. 1. HA v.ifl notlaod tlio " Shadows of a Clroab City" ul) tho '.I,loyal, in another aolumu. lb has caught on well. 8onio absurd orltiolamB havo appeared ■ on this pioco. I wrobo my own impressions stohralng hob alitor soolngik tho first nlghb, and tlioro thoy remain, As a mom bor of bho publto bids oapibal drama in torosbod mo gronkly—and what moro do you want? Yet tlioro Is a class ol' orltlas always wanting to bo borod with Shakospoaro—or protoncllng that thoydo, Now, as a plain matter ol fact, tlioro is moro ell root tran scription from human nnbnro in bho " Shadows of a Clroab Olby " than thoro Is In " Hnmlot," Who ovor saw a Ham lob? or an Opholla? Wo havo all soon Magglo Mooro's Biddy, and Williamson's Jim Earron, Thus doos tlio current drama present " an absbraot and brio! ohronlolo ol! bho tlmo," Wo laugh and wo sigh ovor a raproduotlou, In all bho moist oolors of actuality, of soonos and pooplo with whlolt wo arc familiar. The " Lights o' London " has on...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bric - a - Brac. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

Brie ■ a • Brae. By Mmkcjutio. Thebm is about this story n flavor of ghastly gloo, which to porsons o£ frigid faith, might soom to mako it bordof on tho inorodiblo. But it is true £01' ail that, Thori^ lives, and has lived, for many years in honor and ro-j spoot, a gonial medical 'gentleman, who is as easy wltl^ tlio pon, as ho is handy with tho dissooting-knifo. His subjoot this timo was tho oorpso o£ a oiti/.on who had in a moment of onthuslasm, proolpltatod himsolf from Prinoos Brldgo into tho Yarra—-apparently undor the delusion that ho oould go to Hades by'water. Ho was of ooursoj'flshod up boforo ho hud ovon mado a start on his journey, by tho vigilant polioo who, howovor thojj may pass by tho living on tho other stdo, never allow, doad mon to go fooling about committing broaohos of tho poaoo. . . | •'jpiMJY took what was loft of him to tho doad-j house, and liandocl it ovor to tho keeping of - a' humorous gontloman, who umusos himsolf by looking after that merry institution, ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

Table m\. jjjit " distinguished foreigner" will shortly and, Ho is from distant Japan, the " Britain last," and his name is Prince Fonshimi' |Royal linoage aro said to be common in that but Prinoo Fonshimi is really an individual npovtanoo, inasmuch as he is the brother of ng Mikado. The object of tho visit now go Japanese Prince to Europe is to examine on tho institutions of the various Western io constitutes in his own person a sort of |yal Commission. Four years henoe the fas promised to give his loyal'subjeots the go bonoflt of a Constitution, and ho has sent Ibrothor to England and 'to other European |to seo if tho existing fabrio of government |d or among her neighbors would be likely to hsplanted to Japan. Prince Fonshimi is, in piling in search of a Constitution ; and the lie Mikado's commission will . 'allow him to jjjhooso from whatever quarter he-pleases. |e, 1 could not help , lounging i into ■ the; Be Tigresscs under way : Presbyterian .Assembly, jConforoncQ, Baptist i ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
College Sports. CHURCH OF ENGLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

CoIlE^:^^ • ^ . | OHuaan ox' ISNa^Aijb .CmiamrIAu sSemgor/, J 111 Tho Annual Ath lotlo VS|^£ts''of-th ol Oilu rp'lii$£/lQng lftticl Qmmraiu1 School, woro^luujf/onAlld ground ol! tho school on the aftornoott of' Wednesday, 11th November, Dosplto tho showory day, tlioro was ft largo attondanoo "of: tho frlonds of tho pupils. Tho pro gmmwo was full of interesting events, Including a bloyolo raoo and two pony moos. Tho polo oxorolsos wora goua through to tho muslo of Horr Plook's band, At tiro oonoluslon ol! the Bports, Lady Looh, standing In front of tho pnvllllon, distributed tho handsome prlv.os, whloh Inoludod a sllvor eaka basket, sllvor salvors, silvor buttor dlshos, opom-glasaos, sllvor salt collars, a olarot jug and a gong, bosidos the orthodox cups, Tho suooossful oompotltora oarno up, one by otvo, to roooivo tholr prisms, at tho hands of tho first lady In tho laud. Lady Looh aoootnpanlod oaoh prosontatlon with a fow graolous words, whloh onlianood Its valito. An Intorost ing I...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shows of a Great City. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

ow of a Exeats difcjf. L of (V Grout 01 by, ivb bho Royal, la a strong L'cuml to ACtoi' Dark, superior to Formosa, L on .v i»nr with Youth. I do not roraombor n L Miu'oly Ainorloftiii slnoo tlio Octoroon. .Llko Wii»tlnK dramas, lb la ft SrvlmunguncU, or Haggis ®53|tliors,BUoh ua CJolloon liawn, Arrah-nu-Poguo,! WSmm o[ j(OIuloll) Tlio World, tlio Tiolcob-of-Loftvo; lor tlio Gas Light, mid Romany Rye. ,, j L- panoramic view of Now York by nlglit jinst Illvor, la ono oi tlioao clolloloua bita In. 'duttlftft wlier0 110 ono oftn ftPl51'olloh 1,lm' A koon! «lc«°l,m,1()0 is Slvet} t0 fch0 dmma hy tha intro"! U oi'oWf hhiokwoll's .Island, tho famous soa-glrt prison » erf Hfrlfoi'h. '1'hls battlomontod oastlo, or fortress, is j ibo oqttffalont of our old Molbourno hulks, and Is, In > JpoiiU'ldgo stookada, surrounded by tiro rlvor, | fl|Ort If id most swolls to tho oooan of Holl Onto and iindyalook. SftltiH —ii— aionao, on Saturday night, was tromondously j Jo bo suro, In tho right plaoos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

tr Smokers I Those OldAIIS wo In every way rollnblo composed of tho Finewt Loaf, unci jjiftclo by the most skilful artists.. »L"lw BosfVuIiio for 6d ily "THJSBE" Cigars Ito sine of a GOOD SMOKM, fly Aiuiolnbmant,1,0 ",M Bxoolluiioy Mil' ft. Louh, k.o.u, N. PATON,/^b, Florist A&y/ and /Aoj/ Seeds, 8EE08MAN /^Oj/Plants, ryy^ Flowers, / hQ SWANSTON UU STREET. PRIMBOSM, BOBONIA, VIOLETS, tvnd all tho Plowoi'a of fcho Soason. /£/? MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883, !!|®£> MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. itainiMoro Valuable Improvements than Any Othor Piano of its Glass, and leivoM Nothing to boDoslrod in Brilliancy and Swootnoss ot Tone and „ >I»S]Sluguneu of Design, None bub Thoroughly-seasoned Matorials «i'o Usod hi its Construction, and it is now Generally BsM« Recognised as only CHEAP PIANO of Merit. Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. ^OTOGRAFHS AND PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO tLAN&Co SiSSE VT DRAPERY HALIi WALKER, jjof Messrs, IlnlinrtHOii ill ul Mofl'iit,)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

OF LONDON. IflSTAHLISHML) 1782 VICTO'RIAN BRANCH • ° MA\nu!?AJi' I MANjffiJAYL°R' . IFERMOR WILLSON'S Under IBBBSiK7tr33TESiiiPM Under Vice-Regal Vice-Regal Patronage. Patronage.; Roooininondod by KflBpg B ^WflT Koooininondod by, LADY JERYOIS. : LADY LOCH. & SUS SwiuiHton S treat, THE "STAR' Spring Mattrass, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST MATTRASS IN THE WORLD. INSfECTIOJM IJWITED. v D. MACKENZIE. 104 BOURKE-ST. W , MISS PETHERBRIDGE, (From Moubray, Rowan <fc Hloks) OOSTUMIERE, MILLINER, <6ov, 102 COLLINS STREET EAST, (noxt Mrs. Atkinson), WoiltUng nnit Troussonux nnd Mourning Orders, Promptly Attondod to, Mrs. A. IRVINE ROBERTSON, ARTIST, ! Cheltenham Hotise, Toorak-rd., S. Yarra Having taken tlio nbovo Commodious "Villa Mva. Robortson lias bail In vlow, to glvo a oomfortablo' Homo to Lailloa "Visiting Town, with tlio nil-' vantngos o£ painting, drawing anil akotoblng loasona, If roqulroil. HOLDSWORTH & SMALLEY, Surgical and Mechanical Dentists, (At Nor...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Balls and Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

Balls and Entertainments. This Glonforrio Young Men's Literary Sooloty gnvo a very suooosaful literary ontertainmont on tho ovonlng of Tuesday, 17th November, in tho sohoolroom attaohed to the Presbyterian Ghuroh, Glenforrie-road, Hawthorn* The room was filled with tho friends of the members, and a woll-arrangod programme of song3 and recitations was aarried out. The chair was taken by the Rev. S. Armstrong, the Incumbent of St. Colomb's Ohuroh of England, Hawthorn, who opened the proceedings by a few appropriate words. " Rionzi's Address to the Romans " was the first number on the programme, re oited by Mr. F. O. Parry. Two songs, "Our G-uards," sung by Mr. W. Thompson, and " Sing, Sweet Bird," by Miss G-, Fordyce, followed. Mr. William MacLean tlion gave an amusing recitation, ontitled "A Wedding Party," in which he displayed considerable powers of mimiciy, and which was reooived with vociferous applause. Miss A, Horne sang " The Wanderer," with good expression, and a scene from "...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 20 November 1885

* Engagements. ^^wisagomout is nnnounood -of Miaa; M.ary,, Wilr 'eimtv Qinsa, the second daughter of'the Into Mr. Hugh J^M^' ^wiagton House, Flemington, to.Mr. R. ,He hni&y1g.'1i,u)()t) solicitor, son of Dr. Talbot,,of Bruns ku wedding will tako place shortly, and in the ■t the bride's house. .r n : . ■ pwc is announced shortly to take place, be llumms Henderson (manager1 of the "Union Company's ofiioes, in Auckland), and- Miss IVhaugatio HoadB (N.Z.) An MNOAauAf mn'.i.' la announced at Auckland (N,%,), botwoon M,laa Vlvla Martin (dnugl'ibar o£ Oho lata Mr, James Martin), and Mr, W, Campbell, oE tho National Hank, Tina ongagomonb is announood oE Mr,, Boglnald Wolgall, o£ laistornwlok, third son oE Mr, Thoyro Wolgall, tho curator oE oatatoa oE doooasod parsons,. to tho old oat daughter o£ Mr, JEranola Groy Smith, oE 'l'onnyaon atroot, St.^Kllda, tho oliloE managor oE tho National Bank o£ Australasia. Mr, Wolgall has just aomplotod his last yoar's study Eor tlio modloal proEos...

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