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HUGO BUFFALO MINI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 15 January 1886

Tina * "UJlHiji This company, which from Now XoftlftwUdouJ tout thoro, open In tho Vh^J morrow evening,, TUcro performers In nil, tonoU^ J Tho management tnko taiunJ that nil tho iwtlats appcM |, J time on tv Molboutno %,v,| J reason nlono thoy will ti#lt>,tI orowclocl houso on msklajfty'T popular prices, viz,, 2s,, i,„ v.,i J to rulo tho money WcsiMtl blued with tho uiulouhttvl ibfti; 1 troupo, should ensure a suwsitj horo. Miss VrUollla Yetne■v.U'jl looutvoss, ivnd besides Mile; tVi.l nut position, Is sold tote In aorlo-eomlo and l.oivki ■ songs, Ohnrlos Hugo, tW%l»tl 1 company, boats the Mpstafeij ono of tho very best cxpo»t opltvn comedy i and ibnltlw, ■, cvsslstnnoo of his coadjuton, v the fuu fnst and futlom, \Y(.,v| goo ft houso packed to tlwiVwa,: night.

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

The vivisection Illusion, at tlio "Waxworks, In Bourke-atroot, is the Now 'Attraction, and la drawing Crowds, both. Day and livening. R Thos. Dougall, old & Silver-smith iMroivncit op Silixwr nnt* (iMccfvo - '$) H)rodousi j&lmos, $t, t cz&ES Engngoiiionl Rings J ^ . to ( £105 ( NEWEST AND MOST Wodding Proscnts < complete stook of best ( QUALITY GOODS ONLY. DIAMOND & OTHER JEWELLERY Ro«sot& Ro-Mountod In Nowost Stylos _ BY BEST WORKMEN ONLY. rrrrru 37doniq0"0t.Efi^37 MELBOURNE. GIPPS LAND LAKES. Bogular tlrvlly oommunloatton botwoon Molbourno and all parts ot tbo Lakos. CHEAPEST EXCUESTON IN THE COLONIES. -Groat Boduotton oE Faros by William MoOullooh and Oo.'s Lino oE Stoumors, Boturn Tlokots from Molbourno foe tbo Bound Trip 1— First olass, £1 Us,; second class, £1 2a. (Id. From otbor railway stations at proportionate ratos, Tlio " Ethol. Jaokson " loavos Salo for Balrns dalo dally,on arrlvnlof first train from Molbourno, oonnootln...

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

Engagements, Titjb ongagomont Is nnunuuccd ot likup, oldost daugh ter of Mr, Justice itolroyd.ol and Mr. O'Hara Wood, ol! llrlsJ.ano, assoclau^j Harding. As Mrs, and Miss tlolcoyd int^ long stay on tho continent o£ Europe, not toko ptaoo for two yours, » A MAiuaA-Ctti will shortly tako place Ul«i Borry, daughtor of tho Hon, Ctmlmm Itenpuj Murray Ross, of Rosstown, * * * Turn engagement is announced In Londca«| Glondowor Ottloy and Miss Montofloro, grate I tho lata venerable Sir Mosos Montefae,Port, | Montofloro's fathor was formerly l'ost Msti«,ii I Hngwood, Yiotorla. I

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

Fashionable Marriages. Ham.—BiUQitum,—A pretty wedding was colobrntod (it Ohrlsb Ohurah, Hawthorn, on Friday the 8th Inst,, (it 7 p.m.f Miss Lily 33, Braohor (daughter of Mr. Braohor oC St, •Taitios' Bark, Hawthorn), being tbo brldo, and Mr, William Hall,' of Wellington, Now Zealand, tho bridegroom, '1'ha aliuroh decorations woro very artlstlo, and surpassed anything wo havo yob notlood In tho way of forn doooratlons ; all the gnosis rotnarkod tho novelty In arrangement and tho tasto fulnosa of tho display mado, All the aoata rosorvod for guosts woro prottlly foatoonod with (lowers nnd ribbons, 'l'ho ooromony waa porformod by tho Bov, William Wood, whilst Mr, Ford prosldod at tho organ, Miss Braohor ontorod with hor fathor, who subscquonlly gavo hor away, attlrod In a lovoly dross of Ivory satin, The front of skirt consisted of throo flounoosof Oriental don tollo laoo faatcnod with sprays of orango bloasom, squaro train trlmmod with a doop rnolilng of tullo, pointed bodleo with V, s...

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

Random Jottings. v|i ami slmplo materials arb generally Ifftcrnuon, morning, and walking costumes, ' plush are equally favored for moro drossy At the afternoon, teas now I hold after weddings the wearing of dark-colored iiluuist general. Short jackets, with' tight Iks and loose fronts, aro worn Nvlth overy fjrt, folded bands of surah are inserted be. ,1'kct and tho vest j most of the now jackets Id diagonally, . ' |res3 fabric Is of silk loosoly woven,'and looks' Iplpllkc a oauo chair, ' > isian bodice is very popular. It is somewhat |o stylo as the Zouavo, btrb slightly longer'and; STOUt, ■ ! . . V Worth's latest combinations in color is ffl eerise, A lovoly costumo, which I havo' pi, made lu accordanco with a dasign of 'tho j milliner, had a bodlco and tunic of gronat ah au irregular pattern in cerise over a skirt jgiilk, Tho effect was such as to give oaoh. Bullar heliotrope tint till it was '.almost' im-i |decide what the oolors iu reality- wore. iJmiusc League mo adhering to...

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

Balls and Entertainment CAPTAIN JAltGENSEN of the "Rngna"g!imi on board on tho 7th, on which occasion theral deooratod with ohlnoso lanterns mid lings, ,tj> lent band was in attondonco, and every armj mado for tho enjoymont of the visitors. Sennli were rendered during tho ovenlng by Jfr.J.fl.T man and othor Inches and gontlomau. Dantij| kept up till the oarly hours of the morning, ur Ing of thorough enjoyment hnvlug been spent. A very enjoyable fancy dress ball was jira Hrsklne House (Mountjoy'a), Lome, on J.111017 many of the gentlemen acting their charactmi great spirit. Dancing was kept up until itol o'olook with great vivacity, Amongst the chat personated wero Miss Taylor', "Opiieiln"! Ilk! " Red,- White, and Blue"; Miss f. Tankard,^ o'olook tea " j Mr, G, Nichols, " King of Spad«";l Flnloy, "Young French Lndy"; Miss Ditch, I Peasnnt Girl" j Mr, Oleverdon, "Uncle Tom";f | Pnton, " Flowor Girl " j Mr, J. Holiday, "CountM I Mrs. Rnper, " Lady Teazle "; Mr, Paper, "&!* A...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

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Publication Title: Table Talk
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The Diet of Act[?] [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

Tuimt ore fuw ncu(,tJl appreciate u good dhuitnn\VA soloed ono, Adelaide NellJ, voice of goutmatullsw^J lata, wns toted, dined, to\ J ovory hand, loved nothln^l bo Invited out socially, Ml\w,l from feeding too m«eh, (wl hor fftvbalto \yluo. httilntJ —nil aotrossos avo—but y and Burgundy with a will, \,J tho vocal world ate very ^ llxlng, but rigid ii\ tidbtif., J established rules about tmitj., time of singing—either bk> J Tho ftvet tlmt Madame Sealetbhl sing Inst soasou and cmii\>clfeh'; of bill," on tho grown! fail onton too Into, will not seenh! J by tho chronicler ot the cgf.vl cords of primus donnas, tfei Is vory fond ot salads, mil kEsiI dinner In wldoh they do mi v[ prominent position, Clan led logg's fondness o£ \wrh red '■ thought by somo to he he: o .As n gonoral rule,Wsttlomimaal Inner cravings at font oci'-ce afternoon, for two or three Va| work on tho board, It Is Ufei proooss of digest Ion should Ujl way. Oystors nro ensiiy fe:e>i good for colds, Most nclrtsji...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

Notice to Subscribers. twinu nrn tlio mibiiorlptlon rnton for TAiibM TAMC In Kow™l»rki>< Vlotovln.or toiuiyof tlio oolonlon i— .. .. .. .. :o«. Oct. ;; ;; .. .. .. .. an, oa, Soloi.los, tnoludiiiff ponfcngo. ^ ^ 31f)( 0(1< lh« •• •• •' io"'< °<i" HIH mint 1)0 imiit In ndvnnao. roMtnl ordorw should bo J to Jill. JlJIJIllflH MllOIIKKY, 1fia UlWHOU HtrOOt, Mol. Sttnl iioton or minium, Vlotorlim or from uny of tlio I iio ooooiitud its pitywont. > To Correspondents. ml dormnuiiltmtlonn intoiirtort for insertion In TAtu.w „ lio nililronxad to—TllM HMTOll, Contributions (lo ot in » rnlo lio roturuod I but still, ovory rotisatmblo ; ros|ioot will bo anrofully nttandad to, ■ itu lio tnkoii of (tiwnymous oommuiilontlons, U'lio nnmo i tlio writer must bo glvou, though not nooossurlly for Notice to Advertisers. |ti.vr« for Adrortlsomonts nro pnynblo to Mr. Mauhioio fiy. NOTION, „j for Ailvortlnomouts of Births, Marriages, and 6S8, fur Tliroo ,T....

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

\X/HAT TO BTJILB, and How to Build It," W containing Information to all about to Build, illustrated with 00 full page illustrations. To bo oomplotod in twolvo 2b, pnrts; appearing on tba first of every month until oomploto. To bo bad of tlio Publishers, O. llobortsou ifc Oo, tbo Authors, Tarry and Oukclon, or nny Bookseller. RAPCQ Advice to Qontlomen what to. nHUtOi take to the raoos for our Lady friends 1 A nioo box of Pretty's Assorted Preneli Bon Bons or Prouoli Ohocolatas, assorted, iii <is„ 0s,, and 12s. boxes. Oompngnia Praneaiso, 0 Oollius Street East. A. Protty, Proprietor.

Publication Title: Table Talk
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[?]Bishop of all Denominations. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

iishop of all Denominations. wiso and statesmanlike docree, it was Dong ago, that the Victorian Government,; cogniso no preoodonoo ivmong the var 10119 dcnoiuinntions whioh sought to spread righteousness among tho people of this , ^Victoria, being a domocrntio count r'y,it j iidered prudent that religion should re- i placed on tho same footing as tho . ites of tlio commonwealth, Up to the ; ilie result bus been ontiroly satisfactory, o is no desire upon the part of liclerable section of the community to ; salutary systom of religion for any ported church. The terms " oliurohmen " gsenters," whioh still hold a pregnant ,u tho old country, have' oome to be re- > meaningless here,, and : publio opinion r very much indeed before it can tolerate s aristooraoy. When the Right Rev. florhouso, D.D., landed in Melbourne on f January, 1877, he found1 the Colony 'fti30 fnr as tho state of religious feeling |vnod, in very much the same condition the Lacodemonians • when they came jO ban of S...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

G. W. TAYLOR & CO., Auctioneers, Land, and 111 state* dt gents OITY AXJOTIOIT ROOMS' ' ' 20 COLLINS STREET WEST. jAuettom 6 ale a Conducted at ttte Roomu, or on the Qroixnd. photos of every descrip tion flnislied in most modern style. 95 SwansVcm"'street," 'Melbourne, and Timor Street, Warrnamboo AMERICAN STUDIO. LOVEWELL & CO. ( Lato Allon Hliil CIoyo.) M. BRASCH & -so- A&/ ELIZABETH ST. INSPECT / >>/BEST ora AND unrlvallod CHEAPEST y/ever Imported stf&y /fay Easy Terms. JAS. MARLOW Lnto of G oolong, BUCKLEY and NUNN, LEVIATHAN, Merchant Tailor Habit and Robe Maker, 11 ELJNDEKS STEEET EAST. MEARES & BURNS1DE, : Importers of FRENCH MILLINERY, \hatest MmMons Jleoidvacl by Jiliwry Mail, 155 LYGON-ST., CARLTON. LADIES' GYMNASIUM, 3 Little Collins-St. E., Principals; Miss Elpliinstono Dluk and MIbb A. o. Moon, Classes daily (Mondays oxooptod). Torms from Ouo Uulnoa por qunrtor, Eadlos invitod to call Saturday morning, TRUST; and OTHE...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

Fashionable/ Liiiaavum—Buittiaiaw,—Tnp','\vodci'lng of Lostor, of Nowmai'kofe, and'*hi'111 dnughtor oi! tho Into Mr, Bur 1 a 1 g 1 tpof --War ftm tn b o o 1, took plnoo nt St. Mary's Boman Oathollo Ohuroh, St, KUdu, on Thursday, January 14th. Tho ooromony was parformcd by tho ltov. If nth or Qulrkb, Tho brldo was glvon away by hor brobhor Mr, Gaorgo Burlolgh, Tho brldo woro a dross of whtto nun's veiling and brooho with trimmings of laoo and orango blossoms, square train, wroath of orango blossom and largo bridal voll, Tho brldosmalds woro tlio MIssos Burlolgh and Lostor, Tho first two woro protty oroam oostumos, tho othor throo woro attirod In whlto, Tho brldo's travelling dross was tabao volvot, with hat to matoh. Tho groomsmen woro Messrs, Alborb lllman, MoAloon-Noonan and Lostor A ball was hold In tho ovonlng In tho Alborb Hall Windsor, In honor of tho ovotvb, Tho brldo rooolvod many liandsomo prosonts, BnAlNk—Hosi3N'L'HAii,—Tho mnrrlngo of Miss Oon stanoo Boson thai, of Bowlott...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

c O N T IN IS N T A L 0 O N 0 IS 11T. I'lltl'OIIH I HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR, Ami Lady Loob, Sit' W. anil Lady Olacku, dsn. Ifndor tlio AuapluaH of btio Molbourno OolVoo UardoiiH Sooloby, ' O 3? E N A I R m T E, Arrangod an lu Oontlnontat Oltlos, will bo liolil In tlio ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, Royal-park, Oil SATUMDAY AVTUllNOON, ailt'tl JAN., 1880, II.UO to 0 o'oloolc, GRAND OROHESTRA, OS Ohosoii Porfot'movfl, utii'loi' tlin OnnduutorHl.lp of Horr JULIUS SIBDU. Ohalr# and Tablns, undor Sbaily Troos on-tho MUSlO.IillWJI, Light llofi'oalitnonbs. AdmlHHlou to Clouaorb anil Zoologloal Clardoimi AilultH, 1m.I olilUh'on, Oil, 'J.'ho gai'tloiiH oun bo rouohoil by omnibus, abort lug from amitli oml of lilltaabobli-atroot, or by vail from apoiicior-atvoot, now uoiinootod with I'TlndurH atrnob atatloii by |ionuy brain, hallway gatoa at gat'doua will'lio oiiipi. Hpoolal trains will bo put on for tlio oouvonloiiuo of vialtora. Trains loavo at 3,10, II (apoolal), ll.UO, 1.91, <1.00. T ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

Engagements. We are informed that Mr. Arthur Oohon, son of the late Hon. Edward Oohon, is engaged to Miss Violet Oohen, his cousin, of Sydney. A mabriaq-e will shortly take place between Miss Boothman, of " Brooklyn " Xiara-stroot, South Yarra, and Mr. William Donnan, of Drnmmond-stroet, Oarltont The ceremony will tako place at Christ Ohuroh, South Yarra. , „ f The engagement is announced of Miss Florrio Matthews, of Barkly-street, St. Kilda, and Mr. Skein, Alma Road; Mr. Skein is well-know in Banking Oiroles. , . : The engagement is announood of MissHorah Maker, and Mrv Forest, of Fitssroy. : t-, . A mabbiagb will shortly take place botwoenv Miss • Jenner, daughter of the Hon. ,,0. J. Jenner, of Mornihg ton,,and Mr. Frank Cole, of the Univorsity. Y The engagement is announced of Miss • Moronoy, of Barkly Terrace, Barkly-street, St; Kilda, and Mr. William O'Heil, of Albert Park; of the firm of O'Neil and Johnson, Oollins-street, TuiO ongagamout la announced of Mr, H. WhlMlokl, o:t G...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

/[jl Jf, the ^ K, a, J G. G. THERS ble and Family MERCHANT -41 leili Street, le Largest Stock of jiagnes, Clarets, Sau Chablis, Ports, land Sherries, Imported for Privates Ous ters nt Wholcsalo Prlooa. Blend of Old Whiskies, lrkil Bottling of Old Cog~ ' brandies, Pale Ales |i Bulk and Bottle, prim Red and White Wines, mD WATERS, do., do. brtment of Liquors, Cordials, Lc., In any quantities, rown Van Town and Suburbs Froo, 11 Flinders-lane W. f: 26,28,30 Queen-st.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Balls and Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

Balls and Entertainments. A danoo was given at " Grantown House," Nioholson sfcvoot, on 'Friday last, Tho guests numbered about CO. An excellent orchestra was in attendance, and danoing was kept up till the morning. Amongst tho guosts wovo :—Miss MoOullagb, in handsome blaolc ovoning dross ; Miss Jaokson, white muslin dross ; Miss Cun ningham, pink nun's veiling } Miss L. MoOullagh, very pretty dross of oream Frenoh muslin with trimmings of blaolc volvot; the Misses Ocook, oroam oostumos ; Miss Atkins, vory hanclsomo dross of Swiss ombroldery j Miss Morton, oream and groan j Miss Latham, rioli aostumo of blaok movvoilloux j(Mlss Rigby, fawn laco over pink, Mr. George "VVittingham gave a grand tonnis party at his rosidonoe, " Morton," Orrong-road, Caul Hold on tho 9th. There wore about 150 guests present, A very onjoyablo ball was given by Mrs, Theo, Hanoook, on tho 12tli inst., at hor rosidonoe, " Mort,'' Oolao, Tho ball-room and grounds, prettily doooratod as they wore by colored l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

-Woli-K'S reotlve fur pbya™' MToliBn's. ££»**

Publication Title: Table Talk
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The Bunyip Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

The Bunijip Ban\. '^By MwitcJimo, Tjuq competition among Banks lmd attained to siton ii pitch in tlio first yours of tho lust doouclo of tho nineteenth aontury, that thoro was u bunk In ovory buck lane' and right-of-way, and no man oould expose a shilling without bolng sttrroundod by half-a-do/on can vassers for different banks asking him to deposit it. By this time tho lessons of tho Oolllngwood attempted robbery had boon forgotten, although sovoral similar outrages, soma of whlah wore BUaoossful, ooourrod sub sequently. Whothor tho dlrootors bollovod that tho In creased ofllolonoy of tho polloo foroo would scouro thom from robbory, or that tho spread of rollglous toaolilng—tho godless Hduoation Act having boon abollshod in 1880—would Inspire tho hlthorto untamoablo larrikin with Idoas of lofty honesty'and moral rootl tudo, it Is hard to say. At any rate tho banks eon iinuad to throw out branches in ovory direction. Our tale boglns at this timo. Mr. Do Vllliors Bagot had boon in th...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 22 January 1886

Table U\. |l wrote in thoso columns that Bishop Mooro- | futd make a porfcot Bishop of Manchester, it |ut tho faintest iclon that tho dignity would be ,| him. "Thane thou art of Glamis, and of « Ins tho Witches say to Macbeth, I will be 'j i secret that Mi's. Moorehouse is one of' those | |o mould their husbands, spurring them on to n [fleeting opportunity, Such wives were Mrs, j Lady Peel, and Lady Palmorston. Such, againt j [wives of Lord Salisbury, Lord Randolph' and Jules Ferry, "A severe critic, but a; fife," wrote Dizzy in " Sybil " of Mrs. Disraeli, i * ' ' \ * .. : .y [ % Hi's nbout Bishop Moorhouse crowd upon me, i ,■ begin to realise how I love tho man.. Oome,; Jovor had his like in the country ? Shall we! 1 his like again ? Never I j l , , . . ; ■■ ■ I * *. • •• ! il'erry left things in a decayed state. Anyone!, link wo were some rusty, fusty, old English! almost village, Bishop Moorhouse oame like!; j of fresh cold water J nay, as a torrent. IIe; Inn end to the dominion ...

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