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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

'ilia Vlvlsaotlon Illusion, ut Mm Wnxwoi'ks, in Bmirka-Nti'aat, In tliu Now AtbmuMnii,-'iiuiV Is rtmwlntf CJi'owds, both Buy iukI 15vonln«,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

Notice lo Subscribers. TilK following tiro tlm imlmorl|)tloi\ v»t«n for TAiiTiW TATiK In ohidliiK pnntiiKii to itny jiurt of Vlotarlu, or to uny of tho oolonlan I— Tlio Your .. .. l(ln, Oil, Six Moutlm ., .. .. ,4 Hh, Oil. 1 OntHldo ttio oulonlaH, liialudliitf |>onfciiK(i, ' Olio ycmp .. .< .. .. .. flln. Od. Six MoiiHih << .< 10m, 0(1< ButiHorlptloiiH miiHfc bo pnid in ndvnnaa« PoMtul opdopa ffltoitld bo, mmlo puynblo to Mil. MAimiOM Biioiwky, 1113 HuhhoII Htvoot, Mai\x=req-\ boiiPiiu, I'mitul iiotoH op HtimitiH, Vlotoplmi or from uny of tlio ooIoiiIoh, will l>o noou|)tu(l iih imyinuntr ' To Correspondents. JjKT'i'mhh nml oommuiilofttloiiH intondod for liiHortlon in TahTiIO Tat/K Hhoiild bo itddrnHHud to—Tino JCwrcm, ciontrlbntloiifi do. ollnod oniuiot aft u ruin bn ratupiiad I but Hblll, ovory roiiHotmblo roiiuoHt In thut roHpoot will bo aiirofutly uttandoil to. No notion aim ba tukon of nnotiymoitH aatnmiuilautlmiH, Tli...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

Before the durtaiq. T.H.M .Fodcmtlon Pantcmilmo, at tho lloyul 1h, o.i! course, (i tremendous huociosh, Hawdsosiw CIjuoitajfl 1h doing,wall with liiu Henry tho FlL'th tvb Mot' Majesty's, No ono who liuu, n votiomUoti for; Slmko\x=req-\ i. ' , i „ 11 ■ ,, (Vi* fllioaro, or ft spark of loyalty, shout# miss tho grandest, spoofcuoulivi', ploeu ovar pro\x=req-\ duood tvb tho Opera House. Tjihj Qliias of Faahion, played to orowded, houaes lit tlio Bijou, la fully dealt with in tmothoi'ptirto£ '1'ajujM TA rvic,, Lmon and Oushman Imvo jxrovod ithat tho Nugget' Tlieatro . will .bo vlaltod by faahlonablo audiences whan there Is aome« thing good on tho bourcla.i Haiiuy lliOKAttuy, at St, Goorgo'a IT nil, is as popular as over, Ids novelties uro excruciatingly funny,,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Glass of Fashion. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

The (?]aSiS of Fasfjioq. I Howl that, while the yallod jade winooa, my wlfchora aro unwmng by thla olovor play oH Sydney Grundy's, The Qlasa oJ! l^aahlon, fit tlio .'llljou Tlioatro, Yafcoa waa furious at lli, when produeod In London, Ho ordorod Dutfcon Ooolc to do iv slashing and aoathing noUoo, and, mora bo.spokon, Tills waa tho last theatrieal notloo Clook ovor wrote, for ho dlod ahorfcly affcurwardH, and liklraimd Yafcea'a son married hla oliarming muHleal widow. * ' ♦ Yob clld Tlio Glass oi! Fashion oonbain a warning to: Yabos, II' ho ootild only soo 11, to ho allowed Lady, Sbi'ftdbroko, one of. his illunbrloita aristocratic contrlbu-; torn, to llbol Lord and Lady Lonsdalo, for which Yatus ttndorwout duranoo vile in prison, I cannot liulp recalling thla wlion I hoar Horbort Fleming, aa Editor , .Tonkins, In tho Glass oJ! Fashion, at tho Bljoit, apolo\x=req-\ gising to Mr, Maoadatn, for having allowed a llbol bo allp Into tlio Socio by paper, " I assure you I novor saw It," This...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

Table Talk. Iody hna boiled tho cat, and given a broad io Denn of Melbourne, about his retirement. 10 doubt that tlio assistance o:C ft Dean in tho. jlife would toad to prolong Bishop Moorhauso's [ictoriii, fLKas, too, one of his frioncls inspired; that - rtiele which may bo oxpootod to lend to Dean jjy's resignation, Whon' tho Dean.; was ap\x=req-\ the incumbonoy of St. James' ho ought to; aed his Doanary, # » » fenn Mncwtnoy must find it hard—perhaps he EttHcl—to have such things said about him, I pong years of sorvloo,—sixty yoars in harness. Jew generation arises, which "knows not1 ton's old friends, and follow workers, aro igoiiQ, (Io has outlined his generation, and nded by strangors, who aro unsympathetic. |cold, Novoittaoloss Bishop Moorhouao haa |nted him with tho same gonorosity as Bishop Jcciwion, on businoss, to visit Doan Macartnoy : lie in East Melbourne, Bome months ago. I ; Paul Pry, like Mr, Jonkyn, tho"" Society in tho " Glass of Fashion," or .1 - might I dovva all...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tea Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

Tea Tim lawn at Mornlngton ilcl- /ot p0^etyl[a 0'@Hiinfc! ' appoarauoo cm Now Year's was'lato j afternoon whon the few good ' Hooii) as thoro was nob much prom^fttMU^gJi^Jtijo-llfwn boforo fclion, tho woattior balng ho cloudy. 'I'miiS handsomest gown I 8i\w was of soft rich silk, of cocoa color; with a delicate glow of pink In it, This had a vory handsome panel of dark brown vulvob with gold (lowors, tho whole skirt bolng drapod s tlio bodloo had volvotin tho form of a V lob in back'and front, bordorod with folds of tho silk j bonnut of gold color to matoh volvob, Tiikhk woro any numbor of wlilto and ovoam gowns)' but tlioy did nob show to advantago. A groat many black silk and laoo looked liandsomo and suitable, A i lady in a half-mourning tollotto lookod really woll, A vary liandsomo polonalso In brooadad silk oJ! poarl aoloroct gray, tho flowers balng outlined in black, tho under skirt was of poarl oolorod morvollleux, and vollod in blaok luuo j tho polonalso was trlmmod with han...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Private Theatricals. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

0, Mnk Theatricals. „ MHH.J'. 'f" LH1VIS, or «' Altiv ViHtlV," ttOUtU F nvo n lustily mioooosftil private theatrical f nunt at tliu South 1'iirni Hull on Now Yuar'a Lilt two hundred Indian ancl gcintlomon woro rrajtminmoa, pi'lutod on l'loo-papor, of vary R„l iiuvol design, wltli oolourod Japattosi) figures LWi Woro distributed, Tho onfcortalninont) fftli tliu performance of " Tli'u Downgor," by iJIutliiwa, mi amusing oomody, the iuoldonta of |o supposed to belong to tho lust con bury. Mra. Lb, who took tho part of tlio Dowagor Ooim-; liusllliui, look ad vory graooful and olognnfc In glity old-fashioned oostumo oJ! blue flowered liulu with a full skirt and panlors, a whito flluhii, nml iv small blaok volvot liat, edged IwuU on hor unpowdorod lialr. She wib iivltli thunders of applauso on lior flrafc ontranoo, Sod |» » way that recalled tho days whon Dunii lod oapfcivo tho most orltioal Bite iuidloiioos. Miss CJroakor, who gavo n |l rendering of tho oharaofcor of Lady Bloomor, gory p...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

IE a man tolls you he koopa tho boat brnntla ju3t look 1£ lio litis WofcKK's Sohnaits. II not ho Una told you mi uutruth. Th.e Gentle Oyster.—The. luscious bivalve is not extinct in Victoria. It is to be found in the nowly-opened fashionable Oyster Saloon of Mr. Drew, 113 Russell Street, two doors from Bourke Street, and opposite the Temperance Hall. The satisfaction which Mr. Drew has given to the public in his renowned ColTee Palaces is a guarantee that he will serve 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

(JhampagnE Amongst tho moafc rocont ORDERS rocoivod by Mkbbiis. George GOULET&Co. REIMS, i'*ou vnuin C E L EB R A TED Woro thoso for Hor Mnjoaty tho Quo on of Bngland, during ihor roaont visit nt Alx lo Bnlna j Hor Mnjoaty tho Queen of "Wurtom\x=req-\ "berg, nt Ntoo; nnd Hla ExuoHonoy Lord Lyons (tho Engllali Atnbnaandor), nt Paris. Aoknowloclgotl by nil CJonnolasours to bo ttao JTlnoat nnd PUREST DRY Wlno known and rooognlisod na tlio Soolot^Ohampagno of the In Mngnums, Qimrts, Pints, nnd HulE-plnta. Of nil tho Xiondlng Wlno nnd Spirit Morohnnts. R, H. BLAOKWELL, Representative, MARKET BUILDINGS, WILLIAM STREET. Jabez Carnegie & Sons IMPORTERS OF PIANOS AND ORGANS, 200 Bourke-st. E., MELBOURNE, OfEor their woll-selectecl Stock tit almost Wholesale Prices. SINGER & Co's " British Challenge" BICYCLE I ■Ts built of the hiafoovy of steel. There are more of these mao'hines in use than any other maJte, the consensus of jmlilio opinion , • being that it is the BEST...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] Did I do Wrong? [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

jyiu Win lor of 3880 fcho thoabrloal company Ltwl with was playing small towns la tho jirt of I'imiutylviinlti. Wo woro enjoying nil; of one-night stands, bolng In ft constant [jjoctunoy ns to whothor wo would ;i'caoh tho or not, Tharo woro two reasons-for this, Jtliu precision with whialt tho trains of tlio, travelling on mlssocl qonnootlons, find tin;,' tliu Hltuotlon displayed by ahorrlffa for. llowovor, wo managod to ovot'oorao tlio Illy by liquidating nil out' bills at tho cat*! Juries, the performers bolug ootnpollad to ao\x=req-\ Isei In llau of a moro substantial roward; |ra of our company woro looking forward to pej, which of oourso would arrlvo {In'ft fow |h the mountlmo endeavoring to loolc happy |-ihiy cumo round. Wo woro all vary hard readied tho town of Ollnton, playcd against. low-stoim and had gotten tho oold lahouldor. >9 had just boon sufficient to pay running ox-' when wo polltoly roquoatod thoi manager jfollurs to got somo laundry lug wo rooolvad' wry re.spona...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sandhurst cum Melbourne [?] MACEDON, NEW YEAR'S DAY, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

MAOIfllDON, NMW Y1CA1VS |,AV „ 1 Titni'.i'v-'.L'itwww yoiviH ago, ^ tlv wontllng their way to tho thou 1<U w« » '»«™ who hud loEt tlu old to;iM'! majority, faHolmitad with tho mm\<?u " gold 1" Ho had walked nil tha wuy ancVhad raaohod what la known as the crossing whioh' ho mot; four ov (Wo men,hit' tholr fortunes, returning from tho rush.' aatd on'o of tho mon, " uvo you going to "Yob," replied tho witntloror, 11 Wotl,^ pay £25 for a Uoonso 1 Horo, take mlncan.u, namo In Williams, Wo wlalt you thesnmolj-v now-mado Williams roaohod tho vusli, had found enough gold to enable him to leu; •for over,'" along with a mato ho Iwd ^ t* Williams " has lived ovov sltico In n tnhth!s In tho Islo of Wight, England, Hts comj«ii ono of Viotovla's first politicians, mid cm K.Q.M.Q , ftttot' his name, Neither over ft: visiting tho plnoo whoro, by tho klmlnwHifc, from Bondigo, thoy wore enabled to start with: ancl disoovorod gold In an astounding i»i, : -I oan saEoly say that t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

Thos. Dougall, tf OLD &glLYER-SMITH IMl'OUTK II 01'' S&iUm* ivnb 6(cdf0 - pinto, IXtcaous; atones, tfcc. e r Engagement Rings J »«. ( o8105 ( newest AND most Wodding Prosonfs < complete stook of best ( QUALITY qooos ONLY. DIAMOND & OTHER JEWELLERY Ro-sot & Ro-Moiinlod in Newest Stylos BY BEST WORKMEN ONLY. 37(JoIIiq^0iEa^37 MELBOURNE. GIPPS LAND LAKES. Regular dully oonmmulontlon botwoon Molbotirno uiul nil parts of tlio Lakos, CHEAPEST EXCURSION IN THE COLONIES, Grout Seduction ot Faros by William MuOullooh and CJo.'a Lino oil Stoumora, Roturn Tlokota from Molbourno for tlio Bound Trip i— First oiaas, £1 Os. ,* soaond alass, 2s. fld, Prom othor railway Btationa at proportionate ratos. , Tho " Ethol .Tuakao'n " loavos Salo for Bnlrns\x=req-\ tlalo daily, on arrival oE first train from Molbourno, oonnoottng with tho Burraboglo at Faynoavlllo, mid transhipping pasaoiifiora at Itoahorvillo, CJun\x=req-\ Jnghamo, und Xaikob ISntranoo. Tho Ethol...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
That other Man. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

That otner Man. la* was hard linos on a follow, look ufc It how you llko, horribly hard linos, though I have boon told slnoo that ifc was mfchor absurd as well, but In this light It oor\x=req-\ tainly falls to strlko mo. J arrived at Hollow Done, tho country scat of fclio Do Volllos, In timo lor tho bull, uftor rnnanoking all London lor a card of Invitation, whloh, whon at last obtained, gavo mo mora ploasuro than had boon mine'for a vory long timo. Thoro It lay before mo i— LADV DJ3 VUUhhli, AT llOMifl. Hollow Dunu. Duoomhor 81st, Dancing 0,80. B.S.V.P. And my own namo, Clapt, Poroy Drummond, aomwlod across ono corner. 1 was twonty-nlno yoai'B old and had bogun to tiro of this sort of thing in gono\x=req-\ ral, thon what was thoro in this particular ono that made it to mo so different to any that had oomo before ? I will toll you— Amy would bo thoro I Now, do you understand ? After having tolled through many London seasons, dono muoh travelling, danced, hunted and flirted to my hoa...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

Fashionable Marriages. Warren—Mitchell.—The marriage of Miss M. Mitchell (third daughter of: Commissioner Mitchell) J.P., of Footsaray), and Mr. D. Warron (son of the manager of the local gas-works), took place at the resi dence of the bride on. December 24th. The Rev. D. McKenzio officiated. Tho bride, who was attired-in a robe of pure white satin with the usual bridal mount. I ings, was attended by six bridesmaids :—Tho Misses i Mitchell (8), the Misses Warren (2), and Miss Fother ingham. The groomsmen were :—Messrs. W. J. John son, Powell, Warron, and Mitchell.. A marqueo was erected on the ground, whero the wedding repast was partaken of and where a ball was afterwards'held. The health of the bride and bridegroom was proposed; ,by the Rev. D. MaKenzio, , Amongst the wedding pre sents were a grand piano (the gift of the bride's father) silver service, and three handsome marble docks. ,■■■, Balcombe-t-Woodvillb.—A marriage was solemn ised: at- the < Holy Trinity Church,...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Pioneers of Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

Pioneers of Progress. An article in a rocont issue of the San Fran\x=req-\ oisco Argonaut points out that the lending men on "the Pacific slope ave the pionoers, or as they call thorn in California, tho " Forty-niners." It would not bo difficult to show that tho same priority belongs to tho early settlors of Victoria. Tho colossal fortunes which have enriched the CJhirnsides, tho Manifolds, the -Moffats, tho CJlarkos, the Robertsons^ the Austins, tho Wil\x=req-\ sons, tho Ormonds, and a ntimber of other families had their foundations laid before an ounco of gold was discovered in Victoria, And what .is more, tho enterprise, the pluck, and the perseverance whicli~ distinguished, tho foundors of these families would have been rewarded if tho gold had laid in its matrix up to the present moment, Tho process would have boon slower, but it would have boon none the less sure. As a matter of faot vory few of our groat capitalists have made their money altogether by mining. Indeed, wo can\x...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Balls and Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

Balls and Entertainments. Mils, Oo'fcllf SlMi'HON gavo a largo party at liov 1'cml\x=req-\ donoo on Wednesday ovonlng last), Mrn, Slmpson'f) annual Now Yoar's balHs always otto oU thuhapplost social ovonts of tho sanaon, Mits, OliiTmN gavo a ball at hot ra8ldarioo,'nioh'moricl on' Cllii'latmaa night, to oolobratd thiv marriage'of hoi1 daughter, Miss Kate Green, and Mr, W, Stanley Clock', which took plaoo at St, fttophon's CJhuroh on Christmas clay, j A DAtiij was glvon In tho Moohanica' Instifcuto, South Molbourho, on Blab Doootnbor, in honor o£ tho wedding of Miss J, lloyd and Mr, Mvnns, Thoro woro about 100 visitors, Tho lmll was prettily dooorated ) tho musla and catering oxoollont, and tho guests saw tho old yoar out and tho now yoar In with ovary sign of enjoyment, ! A LATiam picnic was givou by afow Sandhurst ladles and gontlomon on Now Year's Day. Tho'soono of the, gathering waa Macedon, and lb was moat fashionably attondad by a largo numbor from Melbourne), Oaatlo\x=req-\ ma...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 8 January 1886

Engagements, Tun marriago of Mr. Bobort Browning, barrlstor«at law, Sydney, with Miss Moatriao Lamb, third dauglitor of Mr. Edward Lamb, EdgoalltlVroad, Sydney, will tnko plaoo about tlio end of January, Tun marriage of Dr, Seott-Solrvlng with Miss Luey 1 Hostor, sooond daughtor of the late Dr. Hostor and late Nurse Hostor, of Prlnoo Alfred Hospital, Sydney, Is fixed for an early dato, 1 An engagomont is announood botwoon Mr, Arthur 'K, Oraddook, P. and 0. Service,'Sydnoy, son of Major Oraddook,. Sussox Militia, England, and' Miss Edltlr Lord, second daughtor of tlio lato Mr, Edward Lord, Noutral Bay, Sydnoy. An engagement is announood betwoon Mr, William Newbery,, mathomatioal master, Sydnoy Grammar Sohool, with iMisSi Ohadwioh, oldest daughtor of • Mr.1 Robort Ohadwioh, Arlington, Edgoallff-road, Sydnoy. The marriage of Mr. T. Riddlo, Molbourno, with Miss Oonaott Stephen, Ointra, Potts Point, Sydney,' eldest daughter of the late Oonsett Stephen, and grand daughter o£ Sir AlEred St...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

it 1ITHAT TO BUILli, and How to Build It," VV containing information to nil about ;to Build, illustrated with 00 full pago illuHtratioua. To bo completed in twolvo 2s. parts; appearing on tbo first of ovory month until aomploto. To bo hail of the Publishers, G. Kobortson 4s Oo, the Authors, Torry and Ookdon, or any Booksoller. n II pro Advioe to Qontlemon what ,to ilHUIIOa take to the raoos for our Lady f rlonds 1 A nice box of Pretty's Assorted Pronbh Bon lions or Freuoh Ohooolatos, assorted, in 4s., Os., and 12s. boxes. Compagnie Prnnoaiao, 5 Oollins Street East. A. Pretty, Proprietor. [A GAUD.] THM " Clarence Hotel," RUSSELL STREET, OKNTRIfl OF CITY, Oloso Theatros, ko„ Affords tlio nloost and liomollost Aoaommodutlon for Visitors from tho Country luul I'ovNow ArrlvidH Postal notoH promptly attended to, O. G. LINBLADE, Proprietor, AMERICAN DENTIST. LEOPOLD CARTER ; Dootor of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia, Corner op Russell & Collins Streets. LADIES' GYMNASIUM, MELBOURNE PR...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

Printed by Cook, Duehiir & Co., nnd published by Mauiuou BnoiMKY, at 182 BubboII Street Melbourne. '■ G. W. TAYLOR & CO., Auctioneers, Land, and Mstate Agents OITY AI3"0TIO3ST R^OOMs' ' ' 20 COLLINS STREET WEST. Auction Soles Conducted at tt» Kooxmw, ok* on the Qvonad. AMERICAN STUDIO. LOVEWEEE & CO. (Tiiitu AJhm anil Cluvii.) photos of every descrip tion finished in most modern style. 05 Swnnston Street, Melbourne, and Timor Street, Warrnambooj M. BRASCH&%c§V -8° ELIZABETH ST. tub INSPECT /**>■/BEST OUR / AND unrWed/£N// CHEAPEST y/ever Imported ? /X/Very Easy Terms. JAS. MARLOW Late of Q oolong, BUOKLEY and NUNN, LEVIATHAN, Merchant Tailor Habit and Robe Maker, 11 FLINDERS STREET EAST. MEARES & BURNS1DE, Importers of FRENCH MllAINERY, Latest Fashions Itoaeioed by Loovy Mail. 155 LYGQN-ST., CARLTON, LADIES' GYMNASIUM, 2 Little Oollins-St. E., Principals: Miss Elphlnstouo Dloic and Mlas A. o> Moon. Clnasos dally (Mondays oxaoptod). Tortu...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tit-Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

fiS-Bitg. Tina world In govornad by 12 omporora, 20 kings, 47 princes, 0 grand-dukes, (I dukes,17 sultans, 12 khnns, 1 vlooroy, 28 presidents, unci a miscellaneous variety of 8av($ga ohluf tains, Muh. Ml wins' two boys apponr droasod oxaotly alike In very bright green oloth. ,'H la a startling oostumo unci somowhat ■ pirnlcs the nolghboura, Hut It la a simple matter .after nil, Why 1 Hooauao Mr M twins' two boya pnpn tho othor ovonl lng allt, the billiard oloth at tho Bluo Dragon, • A Si'Anish bftTikor ordered an artist to paint him a ploturo representing a oaatlo with a dog barking at tho gate, Tho ar tist brought tho ploturo "and tho banker aald i " That dog does not bark," Lot mo oxplaln," anaworod tho painter, " It happens to bo Mb foodlng time, and ho ; vory likely has a bono In Ms throat." A "WBAt/riiY merchant of Amsterdam, on retiring ;from bualnoaa roaolvod to do vote tho romalndor of hla life to ploaauro, ,Calculating how muoh longor ho might have to livo, ho divided hla c...

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