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Miss Braddon's New Novel. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

Miss Braddon's New Novel. 11 WyUjAKd's AVbikd " tlio latest' production oil this popular novelist gives a yivicl picture of Oomishmon, maimers and sconory and she is to bo congratulated upon hor sncooss in tlio duscription of the rustic sim plicity of Ponmorval, the home of Julian AVyllard and his wife. Of this retreat she says :— "Poumorvul was a beautiful old pluuo, standing on lilgh ground, yot so riahly woodod na to bo sliut in from tlio outor world. , Only tlio Cornish glauts Boughtor and Brown Wlllio showed thoiv dark oroats abovo tho broad bolt of timber whloh Burroundod the old Tudor ruaslon. A double avonuo ot eliris and yaws led to tho stonb poroli. Tlio long stono fnoado to tho north lookort-ont upon a lovol lawn, divided from the park by a bulla. The aoutboru front was ouvtalnod "wltli roses and myrtle, and luukod upon one of tho love liest gardens Iu Cornwall,—a garden for whloh the wives and dow HKOI'H (ir Ult'lKI UUIlilll'IOM ! nilOortllMU '• lllUl lllliiiui'oii uiul ...

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

A Domestic Episode. Will WOI'O ilxltig tip it pro t by little nrtlolo to M Tajimh TAinc" tho other night on Matrimonial Happiness, and this la how wo woro interrupted, Wo began-— A delloate attention to bhn wants and wishes cil' a wlfo tends perhaps more than anything to tho promotion oC domestic 1 mpi>l itattfi. It requires no snorllloos, ooouplos bub a small degree of attention, yot In the fot'tllo souroo of bliss, sluoo It oonvlnoos tho objoot of your regard that, with tho dutlus of a husband, you have united tho inora puuetllluus buhavlout' of a lovoi'. Out' parbuor for llfo (who go no rally looks over our shoulder on suoh occasions) then said lovingly, " Yos, Frod," (our lutmo Is Frodoriak)—" Yos, Fred,, that sealskin jacket 1 sliowod you at Moubray's—" Wo boggod nob to bo interrupted, and ooutlnuod— Those trivial tokens of regard oortalnly mako much way In tho alVootlons of a woman of sonso and dlseormnont, who looks not to tho value of gifts sho rooolvos, but poroolvos In ...

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

Things Better Left Unsaid. Anyone who litis minglod in. socio by to any extent must shuddor when ho looks baok, to rthink how mtiuy " hnlr breadth 'scapes" ho has had, and how often ho has nearly—if not quite—put his motaphorlcnl foot into it. For. instanoo, a gontloman may bo danolng with a lady to whom ho has just boon introduced, Ho knows nothing of hor, or her relations, and he may not happen to strike on a common subjoot of interest. In dcs]iora tion ho takes—as many have dono before him, and will do after—tho people present as a topic, and, being of a facetious turn of mind, ho ridioules tho dross, appear ance, and maimers of tho assembled guests. This answers admirably for a timo, and his partner sooms to thoroughly enter into the spirit of his caustic observations. But the day of wrath is at hand. Elated with his suoaoss, ho becomes more personal, and refers to tho idiotic expres sion of the gentleman who is dancing vis-a-vis. This is an unfortunate sally, the full value of ...

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

The Mud Fiend. Tho Oity Council, like tho houso of Poors in King Q oorgo's Days V • " Do nothing in particular," but, unliko tho Poors, ,no ono onn affirm that i ' , " Thoy do it very woll." , ,It has boon an interesting speculation during rainy weather as to which is tlio worso—the uiu'l" wacio through t^ow, or t,lio dust wo aro aboiit to rocci(i noxt summer'., Mud anklo-doop is 'usually an oxngr'l| ation, but it has boon an accomplished fact in "'■ bourne, during tho past three weeks, thanks 1° ot,| corporation. : \

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

Experiences of a War Correspondent.! Thm correspondent oE tho Molbourno Daily 'J'uloyraph with tho Soudan oonblngout appears to, havo had ai somowhab troublad blmo during the expedition, though; his danger was not duo so much to tho bullets oE tho rubols :'J 1' tho deadly immlnout broach" as to tho action: oL': tho, captain, of tho " 1 borla." 13very one romoinbors; how tho gallant correspondent disguised himself as a' steward in order to aooompauy tho troops, arid those who uro Intirnatoly aoquaintod with iiim can easily; Imnglna that ho excelled himself in that capacity. Thai position, though nominally ono of poaoo, was not un attondod by risk, as liis narrative shows. On ono oooa-; sion ho was brought boEoro tlio captain chargod with; supplying grog to tho nion, and tlio oaptain ordered him into irons, a sontonoo which dolightod Joe's heart, as ho saw, tho prospect of writing up an interesting sketch from his axporlonacs in fottors. Much to his disappoint- ; mont, lrowovoi*, the ...

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

1 '■■''ftii At'•Homes." ill 1 KV'vV'A! | A MW yours ago rocoption-days wot'o almost ui»1uio«ftS$ oxoopt among tho ordmo do la ordmo of society; I, now ovoi'y lady, whathor of tho Inner circle ol' ft.| uppor ton or not, has liar aftarnoou " at home." Ti|■■■/'•' origin oil "days at homo " was, oil course, tho eoinin;;.| sonso idea that It Is a nsoloss wasta of tlmo to spend o,4 afternoons'in leaving pastaboards at tho doors ofn-j,; friends1. houses, whilo tho paopla wo oatl upon nut' similarly ocouplod with .regard to us. As a remedy device was hit upon of each lady .rosorvlnga certain di; of tho wook or month, whon It Is uudorstood that sh-:■ iit homo to roculva visitors. Aftarnoou receptions a?; not, liowovor, without their spoelnl drawbacks, The' are many poopla who cannot talk in a crowd, and ivt; yawn, liko Gcorgo Eliot, for sooiaty adintw, Wh:' tlioso sensitive mortals find thomsolvos, on an afterine' call, In a roomful at poopla, occupied in drluklny ni mid talking; gossip,- an...

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

Farcical Comedy. "Comedy," says Mortimor Collins In ono of his charming assays, •' mcnnoth sweet play in a village." This ploasant definition may have been true at one time, but it certainly doos not describe the comody of to-day. The pastoral loves of Ohloo and Cory don are no doubt very pleasant in their way, but they savour too much of milk and water to bo agrooablo to tho palates of oppidans. What people live to see is not what might bo, but what is. Thoy like to see their own vices and virtuos placed before tliem in an at tractive form, and soasouad with witty dialogue. A London critic says "thatThoyro Smith's bright littlo comodiattes are all written after tho model of tho quarrel scone in The School for Scandal," and it seems as if fanciful comedies wore writton aftor tho stylo of the screen scone in tho samo famous play. Tho deceived husband, tho rono posing as a virtuous man, and tho erring wife, are all materials lit for a smart comody like "Pinlc Dominoes," or "Betsy." Bu...

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

Bric-a-Brac. p.OoM-ilCCJT.IOD Afffl AluiANCllOO 3JY PKT16K PARAGON, i ' jascjtrinnj.l ' How rtollghfcful it 'h to thhilc that tha Olrll Servants nvo formed an association; and what a modal to all Jfcliat* unions this yory gonbool organisation should bo, .apposing, tor Ins tattoo, that tho tyranny of a ohlof who loollnod bo accept " slok-nobos " ruoro than twloa a trook, lotild nooossltalio a movement for his deposition'I hotild wo road: that j— ■ ., . . , , »Ti\o olorks la Mm Tlntux. olllao ■ lmd struck, and rofnsod to turn to work until Jitr, Clrlmboy was removed, Also, tluit okutM hail boon postod to'provont'tiny 'soaks' from approach JiK Mm inlulstor, nmt a gonoral lovyof two shillings In tbo pound fiirot'ooil In otlior departments for Mm support of tho mon on strike y" liy no moans. Tho announcements'would pobably road ih us:— " 'J'lw goittlomon who ootidabb tho business ot Hor Mnjaaby'ti Tlittnx lopM'tiuont rogrob to ivnnmumb that bhoy'luivo found thonisolvos unpolled to outor ...

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

m Table Talk, (No body btamos Lord LoMus for looking lidloulouS hon addressing tho troops 'with 'an- uuibrolln ovor-hls jjad. Tills may not huvu boon a ..Damns than! a attitude |r tlio hlghost lllglits ol! oratory, 'It is-nob usually cltmo,' it, tho huavyraln mncla tho not a lino plboo'ol! strategy, lis Lordship's oonoludlng effort In the same oainptUgn |im still loss suooossiul. On' tho 'ooonsion ol! tho bait iot glvon by Mis JOxaolloiiay to tlia olllaors ol' tlio iitlngoiib and to othor distinguished visitors, It was linatod to tlio various Sydney journals with oousuthV jiito dolloaoy that tholr roprosontatl vos would not bo rmlttodto sit at tablo with tlio otliorguosts, but might Sport tlio Yioo-rogal gorgo and oratory Jrom a gallory 'behind a soroon. No nnoovorsuspootod Mis Lordship any uiiduo familiarity with, any portion of tile lorary world. Novorblioloss, wo aro so surprlsod as to hardly grateful for, this attempt' to.purify tho soloot Icloty ol' Now South "Walos from ovon t...

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

Fashionable Marriages. On the 24th Juno a marriage was solemnised at the pretty Presbyterian Church, St. George's, East St. Kilda. The bride was Miss Bobnrdt, only daughter of Mr. Bobardt, oJj Chnruonin, Groy-stroet, St. Kilda, and the bridegroom Mr. John William Smith. • The bride was attended by six bridesmaids, tlio Misses Bawley (2), Short, Sydenham, and Munro, tho latter being the two little daughters of Mr. David Munro, and cousins of Miss ' Bobardt, Oroam, blue, and pink waro tho , colours chosen* for tho bridesmaids' costumes, draped with white lace. The bride wore oroam satin, with long train and trimmings of old family laoo, a small wreath and tullo veil, tho latter almost reaching to tho ground. A novel feature at this wedding; was the throwing of rice as the bride passed down the aisle of tho cliuroh. Amongst the guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Munro, sonr. and junr., tlie Hon. J. B. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. A, Young, Mr. and Mrs. Sydenham, and Mrs. Gattanach. . ... ' A ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Society. Forthcoming Events. Anneuncements of Concerts Balls, Entertainments, Meetings Bazaars, and Exhibitions, will be inserted without [?]arge. FRIDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 3 July 1885

flocieliij. Forthcoming Events. AnnomiuoiuoutiH of Ocmum'tH, :HuIIh, Kutoi'tulumtJiitM, AluutloKM JJiwniu'ri, mul UxlilbllloiiH, will bu IiiMortuil without olmrnu. Wxiiday, Jcrr.y a. Mubioaiv—'Conoerb, Oalodonlan Sobloby, Abhoniourri. BaijIjS.—Animal Ball, given by Mayor of. Hobham, at Hobham. Melbourne Bloyolo Club Ball, Athoncuum. Snow.—Canary ancl Plgoon Show, Molbonrno Town Hall. ' SATU1U1AY, JUI.Y 4. TmiATiiKS.—TinsATiuoRoYAr. j "LaFlllo du Tambour Major," Bx.rou TiiKA'miii s " Bobadll." OiusnA Housto: " Tho Squabbor." Nuoukt Thmatum : Ohrlsby's A.arlal Beauties. St. Gisonan's Hail : Emerson's Minstrels. - Snow.—Oanary and Pigeon Show, Molbourno Town Hall. Mono ay, July 0. LEOTunii).—Looburo on "Gordon," by Mr. O. Andrews, B.A., Molbourno Town Hall, In aid of Gordon Memorial Fund, RKOnnTioN.—Reception Mayoross of Praliran. Mosioax,,—Concert, Caledonian Sooloby, Abhonioum. Concjkht and Bam,. — Hobliam Football Club, Hobham Town Hall,* Thursday, July 7. leoxube. —• Leoburo, "Orig...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

ABB SPLENDID VALUE— TRY TH E M I IT AVE MAGNIFICENT QUALITY AND FLAVOR— TASTE THEM I ABE ABSOLUTELY PURE— DRINK THEM. iAsk your Grocer for Them. In 51b. and 101b. Caddies, and ilb and lib. Packets. tin ft J'/tokrtx. ) BEST / QUALITY. Mmr Sticndavtl Qualith<x, in irnif/ht Cttthlh A QUALITY—51b, caddies, OOlb, eases,,, ... ,101b. caddies, 801b. cases ilb. mid lib, packets, liOlb. casos, B QUALITY—nib, caddies, DUlli. cases 101b. caddies, 801b. oasos ,,, 1. ilb, and lib. packets, (!0lb, cases, G QUALITY—rdb, caddies, DOlb, cases... 101b. caddies, 80lb. cases.,, ,,\ ilb. and lib. packets, 001b, crises, TV QUALITY—nib. caddies, UOlb, cases ... 101b, caddies, 80lb. cases ... ,, ilb, and lib. packets, 001b. casos. > SECOND J QUALITY. } THIRD f QUALITY. ) FOURTH 1 QUALITY. The Proprietors hnvo great ploasure In bringing tho EMPIRE COMPANY'S TEAS before the Trade. Their sterling quality, t combined tvith tlio unique style, shape and appearance of the packets and caddies, have m...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

Merit Always Wins. AWT'tUNCl that pOHSeSHOH lAOI'lt, flllC'l llllN sutllolont capital behind lb to pi'o| orly push It, cannot fall ol! stieooss, An npb illustration o.l' this axiom Is tho hiioooss Warner's " Safe" .Hoinodius ivro mooting with. Established In Melbourne loss than three months, tho snlos are already In advance oil ninny old established housos. Advertising, Judiciously and persistently applied, doubtless hastens tho consum mation wished for by tho proprietors, yet had tliu I'ctuodloa no moi'lt thus* would lie I bought hut ciiico at most, and the testi monials furnished by tho buyers have additional weight against success, When merit, however,-Is the ehlof coruor stone, a permanent supoi'structura oil mi aeons Is roared thereon. The trade-mark of tlio concern spoken of Is an Iron safe, .bast, week a most beautiful one was imported from America. It weighs four tons, is tiro and "burglar proof, and should be soon by those interested at the company's warehouse, 147 Little L...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Forty Billion Germs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

Forty Billion Germs. fn Ills quiet and cosy library at tho closo of a bi'wy clay, Hat a gentleman and Ids wife, lio absorbed la a now hook, aad who In a tiowfumpor, Qulekly glancing to wards her fuiHbaiu'l, she asked, at a certain point la tho article i " John, what Is tho gorm theory ?" "Tho germ thoory—woll—-yes | just took la tho encyclopaedia under ' dorm,', that will explain It ho much better than 1' can," , Accordingly, IiIh wlllo oponod tho book at tho word named, and road : Glor.ni Thoory oil Disease—A thoory advaaood by, tho ablest aad boHt 1 a mi tlgator-i and Holoatlsta oil tho Umas, It supposes tho surface oil tho earth, tho air, and water to bo Inhabited to a greater or Iohh oxtoat oil with a peculiar growth oil tho lowest .llorm fungi—•aotmnouty termed bacteria, whoso pwu'or oC reproduction under favourable eoadltlons, Is so groat that a single gurm will laeroaso to (llltooa rnllllon la twenty four hours' tltno, and uuohookocl la Its In I oroaso would grow to a mass ol...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tea Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

Tea Table Talk. In AVln.ter fashions there Is little novelty, to chronicle, hJvoryone Is thinking of what the spring will bring forth. While we are waiting, perhaps a few remarks about skirt setting may prove usoful, especially to those who are ambitions enough to try ancl make their own.. Skirts require now a groat deal of adjustment, because, in order to looic fashionable, they should bo full and much puffed out at the back, but straight, and narrow at the front and sidosi No French dross of any pretension Is considered well made without a foundation skirt. There is no change in the shape, but' shirts are slightly wider, as they how,' measure two yards and a half at the foot. Thoy'aro ,either made with one or two side gores, or with one or two straight back breadths^ Let me recommend, however', as the simplest shape, the one with/four breadths, vIk., a straight back one and three gored, ones. The back breadth is generally gathered or pleated into throe inches, four for stout figur...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Music and Musicians. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

IV[ii$g and IVJugiciang. A rmiiAT nudlonoo uasomblod on tho 1st instant the Molbourno Town Hall, to wibnoss the last per formance of Horr Conoorbmolsbor Krusp, thus showing tho increasing popularity of tho distin guished visitor, and tho genoral rogrob that his. stay amongst us Is suoh a short 0110. Enoourngod by tho success aohlovod on tho provlous Saturday night by tho performance In ics onblroby ol! Mendels sohn's Concerto, Horr Kruso ohoso for his principal solo Max Bruoh's groat Violin Concerto in G flab major. It was a daring of for b to pub this Oonoorto in its ontlroby before a Molbourno nudlonoo, and none but suoh a gonlus as Horr Xruso oould vonturo on it, and bring it to suoh a highly sucoossEul and wondor ful issue. Tho Oonoorto itsolE consists of throe movements i a> Allogro modorato, b) Adagio, o) Allogro onorgloo. It is, of oourso, written originally with full aroliostral accompaniments, wliioh are especially, highly elaborated and treated, in, tho" modern romantic...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
In Burke's Chair. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

In Burke's Chair. "" TV Isl'lnovltablo that-any publication iloallng with tho into Earl oil BoaootiHflOld should mako aomo rol'oroucio to,. Sir Samuol "Wilson, tho pvosonb oooupant; of ,'Huffhondou Manor. ' Tho Prlmt'OHo Number ot St, Stoplum'n Mm'low, whlqh contains n sorlos of tributes to tho inomory. oL' tho, Into Earl, 1h no oxopptlon to tho rulo,- us a full page In 'tho mktdlo ol! tho numhor Is do vbtod to a akotoh of the; woalthy atntoamnn aontod In "liurlio'a, oTialr" In tho atmdy at Iluyhondon. Tho akotoh irroaonta Sir Samuol In an attitude of atudy, wltli a pon In his right hand and a shoot of papor, with wliioh; hlshattontkm la apparontly absorbed, and wliioii ;iio doubt' contains his gonoalogloaV troo,: In tho other, i' Before him aro aoattorod a nuinbor 'of' books, Iridlbnttvo no douli'b of Ills roaolvo to "(rond up" In ordor ;tb 'i'qndor himself' moro iti 'aooord wlth tho lltornry • atmoaphoro of tho manor. - ! "Tho rosldonob of tho .Into Eai'l lias boon lcopt intnob In...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

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Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Earthquake. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

The Earthquake. >,'(: Oi?' course' .wo felt the oarthqiiako: It was an ovorit .of importance, and Tabee Talk took stops to bo repre sented at it. We rather lilco "stirring" ovonts, and have mn'dp arrangements to bo present at all the subse quent shocks, which Ave see are expected. This is written by " our special earthquake correspondent," who 1ms instructions to Interview tho noxb oiio, ml uparo no oxponso. , j I Bo many pooplo toll; fclio shook. "A gentleman \kf Ims twloo oxpui'lonood oarbh tremors at his ruHldunk'f writes to say lb wits mot'o sovoro than the two pruvll j onus. Tho Government astronomer himsoll! J!olt It, U many persons have written to.hlra, and to tho puL unxloim to imuounao tho fait that they oxporlonood l!., "quake," V v Wo lmvo rooolvod tho fallowing ooinmuuiontlon TO TII19 JOOITOTl OJi" " TAUL W TAtiK," ! Bin,—•! bog to int'ovm you tluib'T felt tho shooki| oai'thquako at 2,Aon Friday morning last, I. hud I.U,b dining out, and had just.endeavored to pub my ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 10 July 1885

Amateurs. | Boorotnrios of Drnmatio Olubs'nro rospoatfully iiivltoil to soml< hi tp tlio Editor of TAluua "TALK prograuvmoa of partonniuioos us onrly us posslblo. ' . ; A SUB-003IMI ttee, consisting of tllO . following' members of the Nomad Olub, Collins-streot, has boon appointed to consider the practicability of - forming ah Amateur Theatrical Olub in. connection with their society, and of arranging an entertainment in aid of some charitable purpose. The names of the committee are:—Mr. D. "Verdon, Mr. H. Brush, Mr. A. Turner, Mr. E. Robortson, Mr. F. "VV. Edmonson, and Mr. Francis Stephens. The Itoscians have been for some time rehearsing Hamlet," which they intend to produce next month at the Theatre Royal. There seems to be every chance of their ambitious effort proving successful. Mil, OlIAUI.KH WAUNHIl, tllU OITllllOII(■ actor, |cuvw Fnglnnd Jn Soptembor on n professional vliillt i0 Australia, ' ^ ...» ... *. /Tina success' which attended tlio Turn Voroln's pea fonn...

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