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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

ll mil/ in /uur, Urn /Jul'" of ' Juf/, i 1854.' ' . G. G. IYTHERS MERCHANT weili Street, Ihe Largest Stock of hag ties, Clarets, Sati-; fees, Chablis, Ports, land Sherries. fly Imported for Prlvato Out) I ftt Wholosalo Prloos. 1 Ulewt of Old' Whiskies, §cuti i lot t Ting of Old Gog Jiruiiflics, Pale Ales §§ Bulk and Bottle, • |orian Red end White Wines, JTED WATERS, do,, do. ■ ! Jortment of Liquors, Oordinls, Wo., in any qimnttt.los, ., > ' j own Van Town ftticl Suburbs Froo, 11 Flinclers'-lane'Vtf. I 26,28,30 Queen-st. 0 It [ A HA L li. 1 Ic-.t'L-—l', E. Kiauooks. i««(l I'rojivlotot—Oliul'los Hiiro. fiu'no.UMrixo Oaknivat.,.. i CimimcnulitK j,,:;/ tli.VY, JANUARY 10. 'BAItANCR IN MfiLBOtrilNJ Of BUFFALO minstrels ,, And j " m ACCOM I'uTSlUJT) Laueih. ||eN-ITI[ OF PRllMaTIOM j Jkun- MinsturtjIo Art. j ®lkd St a n Pf.iiroiuikhh, 2"i ttSninr tAieIr Sl,l"irlativo morlts Ins TO"«lwg Stnva of llofluoa Oomocly. | 8 ALT. HEADERS. 1 '$ihta (Vmpllinonts to the Public, ami " liieluK bis Co...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Continental Con[?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

xiii! oonourl u£ SaUmty, sakl to bo the most Tho WOllbhot' WU8 IHOSt tftVOfaUi arraugemouts umdu by tbo diij I complete tlmn on tonnct oc^l no 0H80 was the ultcmtlon In J objected to. The public iin(|wjj tho advantages ot open uluBJ and alt who appreciate ^1^1 have boon delighted with p,,, !f,J Wo aati mdy repeat t|mt ti,,,, J only roipdro lo hu popular, mltfcoo and secretary, Mr. Uii:„| untiring In tholi- ollbrts to info j source oC enjoyment to the On Saturday wo noticed that foyl oC gonbloitiou Cut' o.Kcoedcd tliehljl all previous concerts the hfe ,.| tiro ascendant, hut iw dmst.t fot| I talnty o£ the weather wastkn, | tho idea o£ these concerts iil^l ! vorod by tho fair sex. The (Medial Saturday numbered about b;« musloal programme coarhtel Ta void to soloetlous; the chtk. was greatly appreciated, Ibi1: Wohl"] Air Vnrla (clnriunette);h;l Blanche i Lily o£ KUlatney; i Hours j William Tell; 1,'Eelsi: u nds." Mr, Julius Siede cowl a lria usual oHioloncy, The p;; wot'o printed In re...

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

& CD a ® O TMt'j In Watch Co., OK AM, MASS., U.S.A., tho impoi'tanao of tho Vlo Jruilu, havo uuulo spooitvl with EtflAfl, llZABETH STREET, Imkluourne, Je him to sell their Oolebrntod jltorieea from 15 to 25 per oont, ftnyothor houao in the oolony. pmntuea every wntoh for ONE jb—Warrants the propor por |tlio watch, and tindortakes to jfci'v repairs during that time |sr,nud in addition, issues tho fsi'UCLU, CEltTIl'IOATE, mmru riled to aivy jxirt of tho »T t'UEE, UECaSTEKED.) |lNG SILVER WALTHAM LEVERS iri Mute. Extra Heavy Oaaoa. (Silver, extra strong oaaoa, [ met open fnco, full pllito, We, 7 jewels In Hotting -£8 0 0 ffllMiee, 7 jowola - - B 10 8 HjjiKitlou Imlnnco, 7 jowola - <1 0 0 "jjimition tmlunoo, two palra teU 6 0 0 , (,'"M lialanoo, 7 Jowola - 6 5 0 Mnliowu, 2 patra oxtfa jowola 6 0 0 Ijteutlun Imlaiico, 7 Jowola- 6 0 0 Mpoioatiun lialanoo, 2 patra Ww«n 0 0 0 Dpi, 'nil plate, oomponaatlou *%> jowola In sotting - - 5 16 0 '"HS-plnto - - - - 0 0 0 W, do....

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

Cigar Sm°kers I " THISBE." Thuoo 01 G ABS arc In ovary way reliable composed oL' fclio IGnosfc Loaf, and mado by tho most skilful artists. Tho Boat Yalno for 6d " THISBE." " THISBE." " THISBE." Buy only " THISBE " Cigars To mako stiro o£ a G OOD SMOKlfl, ARTISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS, —a Ay urut a a9— BOURItE STREET EAST. SILVER MEDAL—Amsterdam Exhibition, 1883. , GOLD MEDAL—Austrian National Exhibition, 1884. The Contains More Valuablo Improvements than Any Other Piano of Its Class, and ; Loaves Nothing to bo Cos!rod In Brilllanoy and Swootnoss of Tone and i ISloganoo of Design. Nono but Thoroughly-seasoned Materials | are Used In Its Construction, and It is now Generally ! Recognised as. The only CHEAP PIANO of Merit, j Time-Payment, 30s. Monthly. ! PHOTOGRAPHS AND PARTICULARS ON APPLICATION TO COLLINS-ST E. MELBOURNE. A^TIC ^TATIOpt^ Go. Wholesale (BUXTOIT'S), Retail Importers of Drawing Material, Artists' Colours, &c., ' Orystoloum, Poonnh, Ohinoloum, and othor description o...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Thespian Flaneur. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

The Thespian Flaneur, So Walter Uoyuolds, the aotov, 1ms boon posing, and proaohlng, In lilnglaud, as tho Converted Comedian, Oil, f must bring In Whlbworbh's story about Blllln, uticlor wliluli ho disguises a wall-known no tor. B.twin hail a prodigious opinion of his acting, and was fond of oxovolslng his wit on a-poor stlok named Prldraoro, However, Prldmoro gob In upon him ono day, It was a wot aftornoon, and tho whole eotupauy lingered on 'tho stage, after rohoarsal, Storlua wore told all round, and of course Blllln roasted Prld moro, Says Prldmoro " D'yo know, I dreamt last night that Blllln and I wore doad. 1 saw Blllln a long way off walking Into tho Gatosof Paradise, When I gob there, St. Potor said, "Now you know vory woll you'vo got no right hero. Go homo. No Aotors aro admitted here." " Is that so, sir j" " Yos, sonny. Bat, I'saw an Aotor go in just now," "No, you didn't." " Mr. "Biffin, sir, from the Theatre Eoyal, Melbourne." "What I. Do you onll him an Actor?" said tha...

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

THO. H. YOUNG, Customs Ship ~ 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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

• ArVoljrls'S SoMKAi'P'fl amothora tho voice of de predation. Ask Cor WoijFlC'H uuil tvouopt nothing else. J. SITTEEIIN ft CO. (from JUiu do In T'ulx, Pur In) Into HAIRDRESSER To 1t.TT.Af. tha King Auuuloo of Simla. Wliolt' Tt.lf. tlio i'lTnooHM T.oulHo its I.'iTiiijo Will linn of Pi'UhmIii. Fanoy floods, Porfiunory, Wigs, Ornmnonta 107 COLLINS STREET W,, NdXt Soott'H Hotnl, BRBO' XJ' R. 1ST Mr. A. M. Townsend, u^'isr.,r'i:sar-» 124 Collins Street East. BALDNESS IS CURABLE Or, ERASMUS WILSON'S LOTION. Thin on IiiIj i'h tin I lotion In oiii'iKiHtly riiiioniiiiiiiuloil to all who tuivo fnlUiil la using ottua' pruparutlouH without HUUOUHH, Ut\ (CllAHMUM Wr r.SO.V.ualvovdiilly voootfatHOi! aNtho^i'oiituHfmithoi'ltyiiaillHimmior tin.ntiuip, In a sui'o t;unmntoo that tlui lobloa la la auavly uvovy oiiHii It)Till 11lilu. UiiiulrllV ami sourf will uatli'oly dlsuppuat' uftor a fow npplluutlniiH, Tho nourlHhlnif proportion of tlui lotion will strungthon wouk hull', anil Its oou stunt uno wilt...

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

recommend ®i®i Captain T.^ ; . Why, cer Vt*" Va? Suiarb's Mara. . at all Bookstalls (JhampagnE Amongst tho most rooont ORDERS received by Misssus. George GOULET&Co. REIMS, ron a'Hiain OELEBBA TED Woro tlioso lor Hor Mnjosty tho Queen of Dngland, during ilior rooont visit at Alx lo Bains i Hor Majosty tho Queen of "Wurtem borg, at Nloo j and His Exoollonoy Lord Lyons (tho English Ambassador), at Paris. Aoknowlodgod by all Oonnolssours to bo tho Plnost and PUREST DRY Wlno known and rooognissod as the Sooiet^Oh.ampag'ne of tho In Magnums, Quarts, Pints, and Half-pints. Of all tho Ponding Wlno and Spirit Morohants, R. K. BLAOKWBLL, Representative, MARKET BUILDINGS, WILLIAM STREET. X EsTABijiauKU I Bristol, England, 1702; Molb.,1802 WM. S. HUSBANDS, PRACTICAL OPTICIAN, See., 81 QUEEN-ST.,-MELBOURNE.. Sjiootaolos, Pobblos, and Crystal Lonses (boat quality) ; also largo stook of Optical Instruments. DAWSON'S ROYAL HOTEL, DANIiKNOXtl. — M.wt oninfovtiiblo Hotol (or VlHltui'rt, ouo h...

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

Notice to Subscribers. liiatWntf nro tho 8iilj«m-l|jUoii rntau tor TAiir.ni Taj.k In IS to miy part ot Vlotorlu, or to rtuy of tlio ooIouIuh i—. Enr .. *< " " " •' Htifcht ,, m •* ** *♦ ** uH» 0(1, Vooiriiilw, illolllilllIK JiOMtUffO, _nr '• " " ?1h. Oil. r,(h« .. •• •• •- •• •• 10m. Oil. Ellon* iiniBt bo imlit In nclvnnoo. rontnl orders should li" ■ftiii, to nit, AiAoiiiow buowky, ma HushoH street, Mot r«<tol iiotoH or ut«tii|w, Vlotorlmi or from any of tlio frlil ho «ooo|itoil da imymont. To Correspondents. pg mill omnmiiiiloiiMoiiM lutonitoct for Insertion In TAnriin failil ho uililroAAOit to—THM Kditoii, Contributions do stunt a* a riilo ho returned i out stilt, ovory roitsoiutbln fllntt ro*|ioot will lio onrufully nttumlod to. Booth ho tnkoii of ittiotiymoiiH oommuuloutloiiM, Tho name j** of tho writer miwt bo #Ivon, though not nueosimrlly for Notice to Advertisers. fcoi'.vT« lor AilvortlnomoiitB nro ptiyublo to Mr. MAunion jonly. " jyotiou. ; ihnrifo (or ...

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

H XiToxtonHofl^oi^°^^ffot|k5 ' tlio oontinuoua »jQ I ATold imitations.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Across the Murray Journalism. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

ipcross the Murray Journalism. fovfnim that tho satire is kindly intondod and &:f|m suspicion of spito or malice, lod by liis jolot' the ridioulous And his innate manly «iw|to t'vco tvuo worth from tho blemishes of j^tcristiv faults, the Briton is ever ready to leolic wholesome pleasant satire and raillery fctiiih' directed against friend or foe, or even gauwt himself personally. No literature is so Arichsd with works of true humor ; no body of grew men has produoed so many satirists and jists as tho English. Thoy justly claim to lip10011 tho first peoples who established and Moftined purely satirical journals. Like evory {[popular product of the mother-country we olonfats have acclimatised satirical and humorous iiifiiils in Australia. But whether owing to the [reatlr admixture of people which goes to form ixifiiy here, or to some peculiarity of climate, fcli|io sadly deteriorated from tho high standard {literary excellence and freedom from personal Mlicp which are, in the ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
On the Wing. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

On the Wing By Ariel. Ihe Hollo way Company ard do good business at the Acivlsmjilij Bnllnrat, A Mac! Marriage, lir)!.'J Harvey, is billed for this mi J lowing the example of someo/fej prima donno in Europe and,tial is announced that "theewtow by Miss Essie Jonyns wercnrvh'xfl for her by Worth, in Paru, ani fhl Pearcc and Co,, Waterloo Hons1,km Pnoi'Essoit WoooRom, aass® Miss M, Andorson and .Mr. I, tl&m giving exhibitions of "fancy ad;« Bophlaal glass-blowing" at tM&B Hall, Geolong. I Miss CABBIElNELSO.VfllKilwbB CMr, McFadycn) are cnterl«:!l good people on the South bordor with Comediettas pM'-j by thamsolves. They wcrelaitatf B town. I The Pantomime of Ciate^g runs merrily at the Theatre BojaH'J The sisters Nellie and DocpSe in for the greatest share oi &!'§ favor. I THE Marian Willis Con0<'£ to play at tlio Theatre liof'»J This week Poop o' Day is billed, ^'M following'castHarry 1 T. Br: Steelier; Barney O'Tocto- J O'Neill : Stephen -•'ton ; Fa...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Assurance Mystern. CHAPTER I. M. AND M. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

An i^gufancB KJtfgfiei'jJ, BY TH10 AUTHOIl OF OAG1NO AN HMlllMSS." CIHATTlOll I, M, AND M, 1A DAWiflit llttlo man Is Mr. Danlol Danooy, Wlion porpondloular tho top oil Ills hoad Is bui'oly ilvo foot nothing nonror tho 'sky than thb sol s oil his Hoot. Ho Is "a spoolmon of diminutive humanity with a malo oorsot sort of flguro, Imposing ohost, slondor waist, and military back, Thin lips, gllttorlng tooth, oyobrows, hair, and whlskors obony blaok, and oyos dark bluo, Mr, Danooy's olothos aro conspicuously bran now, Tho oroasoloss trousors roposo on snowy gal tors. Tho spookloss ooat hns a oostly fur collar, and pooping out of ,tho broast pookot Is a blush-row tint silk haudkor. ohlof. Boots rosplondont, and a glossy hat. A largo diamond twlnklos In his glazed shirt-front j and be twixt button-holo and pookot of waistcoat hangs a masslvo gold chain, A vory muoh drossod and dbooratod littlo man Is Mr, Daniol Danooy, Ho ontors tho olorka' ollloo of Mr, Mauforry, who Is oiio of tho logal l...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

Table Tal^. timi through Fawknor Park the "other after |t at dusk, I met n.11 old friend taking his con il also. It wns Sir Francis Murphy. I find n lion with him most refreshing. * - . BAScis, who still looks halo and well, has Iveiy important part in Viotorian politics. . He (iibnek to the old days of St, Patrlok's Hall, |iw little Master Boswoll, and when the politi Jntors, under Sir James Palmer as Speaker, JO'Slmnnnssy, Fawknor, Nicholson and Haines, Khilloolt and Sorviao as spruoe young rising Uncis Murtoy booamo Spoaker In 1850, when; (Houses of Parliament were first established I new constitution. His companion veteran is 1 Barker, who was clerk of tho Parliament for jgtonoratiou. Often do I see him too, as heaTty When next he gives mo a lift in his buggy, flht on his bringing oat that' long-promised pis, on the Precedents of the Victorian As > Sir brands • Murphy took'the sceptre, Mr. llietry was ft poor but ambitious young man, ply making his strident voice heard from t...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER III. A PERPLEXING PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

ciiArTEn in. A IMsnrLKXiNG Puzzle. I Mr. Marrhrry suspected foul pln.r, battii anca at the inquost fully justified the mams? diet'..of accidental death. Dr. Debus iiite® i charred remains, because the lower part of u; was not so much burnt, and the little toe i; foot had boon nmputatod. On the thy nit-', •tropho tho doctor had prescribed n sleepsh And tho bottle that had contained the toi • found ompty on tho shelf. Mr. 3Ianferrr-:i: the •deceased snid he intended to lie i road.: By tho side of tho bed a bitted •found and also a book, There could be11,1 .how :tho fatality occurred, yearning fa** ; Dan coy had takon tho dranght and then lay •? ,bod and began to road. Presently tlie'h'd1 ciTect, and when ho slept the book fell a03 •on to the floor, and striking the small by the bedside, upset tho lamP- T"e .wore ignited, and tho sleeper was burnt imb I Still Mr. Manforry was not satisfied, aud ^ dontially oonsultod a barrister who is dbtiV rare skill in rcspoot to tho bearing and >...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER II. THE OTHER D. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

CJI-I APT MB II. Tmi Otit mi D, E.ma:d a nowspapor bhroo or four weeks old and you will thon bo ablo to approolato tho obllvlatlng posvor o£ tltno, What was fresh and Important lass than.a mouth ago la now forgotten, Mr, Manforry la a vory busy lawyer, and thoroforo It la not surprising that at tho ond of bhroo mouths ho had aoaaod to think about his ourlous ollont, Mr. Daniel Dunooy j but when tho applo-munohlng youth handod him a card oti whloli was ongravod u Mrs. Daneey," ho roooltootod all about tho ail'ulr. Mr, Manforry rubbod hla glass with Ida haudkorohlo£ and thon atuolc It In his oyo as tho lady outorod. Mrs. Danooy waa richly droaaod, and lavishly per fumed. Sho-has yollowlah wax-doll hair, a manifestly purohnsablo aomploxlon, bluo eyas of dlll'urcut sluidoa as stated by Mr.'Sklnglo, brown oyobrows, poarly tooth which alio knows how to display j and hot' (lgttro, though somowhat full, la artistically perfect. Tho akotoh by Mr, Sklnglo had boon fairly aoourato, but Mr. Man...

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

WotiVK's acil.S'AlTS la nn oicefel Indlgo.ttlcm, rhouumtlam, iwl js WofcKis's, nooopt nothing ohc.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

Amateurs, I The Mngplo Club give an t;v| mout on tho 11th Match n;uj Prnhrnn Town Hall, In aid o( fc olub rooms, which will be r.itt Monday, January 18th, 13JS. Mm, D. Todd o£ the Mete gnvo a thontrloal party, on feiijl Ing to a numbor of his fricnb,1'j presented onch of the Indict nim handsome bouquet, supplied: Pnton of Swanaton-3lrcet.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

Before fche Curtaiq. T ha via nti lnsuporablo nYoraion to bo lt) g porfunatory. I know an Indefatigable • n'gont, who wont round to all tlio pnpors, wroto all ■ tho notloos of his own show, and tlion put on Ida posters " Tho Proaa -For Onoo Unanimous," You bo bound thoao wora not porfunotory notions, 1 limtKMBiiin hlra well, Ho oamo Into tho Age oilloo, at about ton o'clock In tho evening, " Any raportor at our little show to-night? Not in yot, oh ? ' Shall I alt down and just wrlto you a lino ? Then ho alta down and wrltoa, what tho printers call two sticks, whorans tho re gular roportor would only havo wrltton two linos, Nbank Weston stops mo In Bourko atroot, "Did you ovor krtcw auoh a theatrical wook ? Two nights that would oaloino a Gas Stokor, and throo nights that would drown a rat." So ho took off Adonis, and put on a Yarloty Bill, which, with tho talents of Laori and Ouahman, has rovivod things at tho Nuggot, Mark how Loon and Ouah man whipped all tho othor Minstrels out of...

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

NEW STORY JONTIT l/liiD M A\rli luivo pleasure In announcing to out1 Headers, and to all who onjoyhi beautiful and charming Story, that wo luivo soourod tlio aolo right for oarly publication in tho columns of tho " Alible ®alli," an original and splendid Novel by tho Author ol! "Molly Bawn," " Phyllis," and other works whioh have boon wolooniod by all lovers ol! good Fiction with positive delight, and have won for tho brilliant Author admirers all over tho globo, Tho provlotts works of this roll nod' and vivacious writer have provod sources of oxcpilslLo anjoymont, and no tinge ot dissatisfaction has boon ex perienced until tlio end of oachNovol has boon ronohod, and tho thrill of ploasuru has ooasod. The carl lor por tions of tho Story which wo now announce for publica tion, aroiln tho Author's happiest voin, afford atupio proof that hor skill In the oroatlon of exciting situations has lost notio of its marvellous spell, nor hor power of pour traylng oharactor any of its delightful...

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