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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

Engagements, AN ongagomont Is announced, In Sydney, botwoon Mr. Alnn Robertson, of Wellington Vale, New England, and Miss Ethel Mackenzie, eldest daughter of Mr. H. Maokenzlo, Ollera, New England. The marriage will probably take place In the autumn, - The engagement Is announced of Miss M. Holmes (second daughter of Mr, John Holmes of "Bleak House," Sandhurst), and Mr. Q . Watson, the popular solicitor of the same city, No date has yet been ar ranged for the marriage. ' The engagement Is announced of Mr. A. Alexander, of Windsor, to Miss Isaacs, granddaughter of Mr. Mark Marks, J,P., " Viotoria House," East Melbourne. The engagement is announced of Miss G. Jackson (third daughter of the late Mr. Henry Jackson of View Point, Sandhurst), and Miss Nioolai (eldest daughter of Mr. Nioolai of King:street, Sandhurst). The date of the marriage has not yet been definitely fixed. THE engagement is announced of Miss A. Aitkin, daughter of the late Mr. Aitkin, of Aitkin's Brewery, Victoria Para...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

T*1 pingH< fS'/SS Customs ^pping roc<t K«fSt s»^5 . molbouruo. I

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Random Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

Random Jottings. There la auah little change in material that I shall commenco by giving a dosarlption of sevoral elegant igowns which I have boon shown In one of the city houses j. s they certainly all soemocl to , vie with oaoh other for newness in design and •richness in material. One of these gowns had a plain petticoat of green ♦velvet over whioh fell a soft flounce of pale-blue spotted 'gauze edged with cream lace, with a tiny pattern in 'palo .blue'and gold.' The bodice and back drapery.were of green • velvet. A scarf of pieee; laoo,> matching the trimming on the edge of the flounce, was fastened on the left'shoulder with a blue and oream aigrette, and fell .loosely over ■ the front of the bodice, orossed the bodice at the baak, and formed a oasoade drapery on the left side of the skirt, The aigrette on ono shoulder and a .small , spray of flowers on tho other, were the only indications of sleeves' in this' charming ball dress.- V :. r i r A very handsome dinner gown had a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Social. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

Social. .A Brii'jHDAY party was givou by Mr, 11, Wilt Oanning-streot, on Friday evening last, Titers i goocl attendance of ladles and gentlemen, i most enjoyable evening wns spont In ri danoing &a, Messrs, Hughos, Percy, Fowls, Wilson, and the Misses Wilson (2), and BmMj Wheeler were the vocalists, and Meson. Nauntin, and Stewart fnvorcd tho companywiti tations, Mbs. Habtly, of Fairbank, View gave a most enjoyable " at Homo " at Friday last, 22nd January, Tho guests nunberds 100, many of whom wore costumes j gance and novelty. The protry village of Aborgnlo _ festive appearance on the 11th December, in 1 the return of Oaptnin Hughes (late A.D.C. t Henry .Loch), and Mrs, Hughes from their fffi trip. The town was deoorated with flags, t evergreens, and the tenantry pi'esotited CaptaiziHs with a service of plate valued at a hundred gait® the evening a ball was given at Kinmel Pit'' '/j ■ an(i Lady Florentia Hughes, in honor of their jfa| turn which was attended by tho olite and...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

My dear Fred.—Can you recommend a good, interesting, readable novel, for me to talce on my Holiday ? Why, cer tainly, George, Captain Hawley Smart's "Fostto Finish "2s., at all Bookstalls and Booksellers. G. W. TAYLOR & CO., A.ivct i o n e ers, Land, and Estate Agents OITY ^TTOCTIO^sr ROOMS' ' 20 COLLINS STREET WEST. Auction Sales Co net acted at tfio Roomer, or on tbe CJrowntl. photos of. .©very descrip tion finished in most modern style. 95 Swanston'"Street,"' M6lbour.no, and Timor Street, Warrnomfaoo AMERICAN STUDIO. LOVE WELL & CO. (Tiiilo .A Hon mill Clovii.) M.BRASCH &<%§,. -80" ^*yT/ 'fiiH /best AND CHEAPEST ./ever Imported ✓/Csv' X./Very Easy Terras. J AS. MARLOW Lato of G oolong, ■ BUCKLEY and NUNN, , LEVIATHAN, Merchant Tailor Habit and Robe Maker, i 11 FLINDERS STREET EAST. [A CARD.] THE i£ C:la:r:ence Hotel," RUSSELL. STREET, CENTRE OF CITY, Close ..Theatres, &o., Affords tho nlaost nnd homollast Accommodation lor "Visitors from...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

Notloe to Subscribers, r , „,A Ihd ailbaorllltloil rnto« for Tahmi! Tat,ic Itl k to niiyiiiirt of Vlotorln, or bo,imy of tlio ootonlos i— f .. ., «. in«, oa. Jfa " " .. 8«, Oil, IdOlOllloKi Itiolll'llllff 1'OHtOffO. . alH| 0(1( 10H. Oil. L,„ mint bo imlit Iti nilvniioo, Poatnl orrtora hIiomM bo S^lVrnMAUlltOH ItHODKKY, IBS XlltHftOll atl'OOt, Mol bdrnoto/oMtdiniw, Victorian or from uny of tho til! iio noooptoil 09 imymonb, To Correspondents, B»nil uommunlofttlon* hitomlort for Innorbloti in TADi/is KM ho nililroanoil to—a'HH Ifrji't'ott, OoiitHbiitloiia ilo Eotinn nilo bo roturnail t but ovary mwonttblo Htint j-o.tjioot will bo oiirofutly ftttoiidocl to. > Ecaii bo tiikon of ononymouH aommuulantloiw, Tho nntti0 lottlio wrltormiiAt bo Klvon, though not iiaooHSitrlly fo^ Notioo to Advertisers. icrHTC for Artvortisomonts t»ro pnynblo bo Mr. Mauihow WOTIOE. Irrd for Advortlflomonts of Births, Marrlaffos, and lb 3a. for Throo Llnoa, uiul flfl, jior Llna iiCtorwuvcla, Jfortiiwo niiiinu...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. S. V. Winter pic-nic. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

Bp. V. Winter pie-nio. 0*f.i!! of tlio moat onjoyablo unci successful ontortalu monta in tho opon air, glvon thia summer, was tlio plo lilo glvon on Wednesday, 20 th Inst,, by Mi', 0, V. Wlutor. .Tills gontloman possesses a ploturosquo oatato In ono oi' tho most oharmtng spots around Lllydalo, and it was at this plaoo that tho ontortalnmont waa hold, Tho plo-nlo waa glvon In honor ol' Miss Win tor's birth day, and this young lady rooolvod somo handsome prosonta from thoso awaro of tho oooaalon. Among tho guosta proaont wore —Mr, and Mrs, John Hali'oy, Dr, and Mrs, L, L, Smith, Mr, and Mrs. J, Win tor, Mr, and Mrs, Mnn, Mr, lovors, Mlas Whlmpolo, Mr, and Mrs, G uvl, Mrs, and Miss Eoborts, Mr, and Mrs, Tumor, Mr, and Mrs, Sholloy, Mr. Symons, Mr, G1-. Walstab, Mr, and Mrs, Mooro, Mr, and Mrs. O' Donnoll, Mr, J. S. Buttorsi Mr, Danlol Whlto, Miss Oostolloo, Mr, Ohas, Smith, Mr, i'rloatloy, Mr, aud Mrs. Mussina, Mr, Myams, Mr, and Mrs, Oovorild, as woll as many othors oqually well kuown...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

WoiiKio's SuiiMAi't'H la hold In high ostoom by Modloul man, na it la tbo puroat attmulnut mul tonlo In tbo world.

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Al Fresco Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

A1 Fresco Concerts. hising and oarrying to a successful issue Itinontnl Ooncorts at theRoyal Parle, the Ihnrles Strong nncl his philantliropliio pvo added frosh weight to the burden of s tliey have already raised on the shoulders lltizcns of Melbourno. Thoro is always a |igor about Mr. Strong's sohemes of sooial piont which stands out in pleasing oon ; the maudling sentimentality of far too forts in tiro same direction. The Gospel,. |g to tho burning, and 'shining light., of . il, will never, wo trust, , be acclimatised? jtoria. Of course ' thero ■ is nothing1 new Bie Continental Concerts. In these days, |erybody who is anybody—as Charles D iokens1 aay—is a "globe-trotter," and. when j.tho grand tour", is universally regarded jssontinl part of a liberal education, quite prof our readers must have enjoyed the |r concerts at Paris, Berlin, and Vienna |r large European cities. As distinguished ge inhabitants of Groat Britain,' the con nations live a great deal in the open lolin Bull li...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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More Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

More Jottings. [b forms one of tho principal features of trlm [his season, anrl is manufactured in every design i, fringes, dross, mantle, and hat ornaments, ula resembling walnuts are the most popular, made in all sizes, Nearly all fashionable are tipped with those wooden beads. . Somo mil natural fir 'oones, highly varnished on the [Those also hang from tho edge of draperies and Is of sashes, and tho fronts of skirts' are vexy ittcd ovor with these novel wooden ornamentst [the now buttons aro also of wood, studded with | Bometlmes in a pattern, and often irregularly. • li.es lace, interwoven with gold or silver, is ox •y used over plain satin ; entire oostumes made his style look very well. < trimmings aro very popular in Paris, imitation |n armour being one of the favored designs.: Absurdities fashion does givo rise to. There cer Incver seems to have boon such an unlimited |ia trimmings and materials ; and what grotesque Bens are included in this samo variety ? Umdou, ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tricks of the Stage. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

Tricks of the Stage. 'I'ATiioK^ O&'tjio ^Vara of Ion wonder at tliti, mnniioi' In which nobraasoH "gob thorn hoIvoh "up a 11ttlo mnldH from aoliool, whon t hoy'aril' udvniiciad clown llfo'n high way n aoiiHldarabla dlatanob. In aonvor Biiblon wlbli a thoatrloal.man rooontly a raportar said t " How do you bonutlfy tho Hps ?" " Wo. fcui'if thorn out and paint tham with n Hfitvo intildo, and tho millvn wliioh lubvlaatOB thbm dn oonvoraatlon' tnolatons thorn just onouyh to mhko thorn a porl'oot ruby In color," " Do you brlghton tho oyoa?" • " No,-Indeed, l Wo don't olalm to do tuiythIng of tho klrid, Siioh pi'obpocliTigH, rulti tho wight, and aro foolhardy In tho oxtromo." " Oan youfehango tho shapo by linos and .beautify' tlio nostrils by tinting thorn ?" «• " Wo modify oars by skilfully drawn lines and by a pooiillar arrangomont of tho hair. A -hollow ohook Is tinted low arid dart In ordor to-1111 It In," " Do you paint dlmplos?" "Wo paint thorn, making thorn vory wlilto outsl...

Publication Title: Table Talk
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

Marriages. I Fulford—Langwell.—A fashionable marriage was celebrated at Christ Church, St. Kilda, on Satur day, January .23. The briclo was Miss Cora Isabel Langwoll, second daughter of Mr. Robert Langvvell, of Alma-street, St. Kilda, and the bridegroom Dr. Ful ford, 'of Ponshurst. Tho bride was conducted to the ohuroh by her father, who gave her away. The Rev. Stanley Low performed tho marriage ceremony,, and Mr. Nott presided at the organ. Tho bride's dress was of ivory satin, with front of skirt draped with hand some lace, pleated drapery on each sido, square train moitored at the. end and edged with lace ruching. Pointed bodice with pleated vest and lace trimmings. "Wreath of orange blossom and myrtle, with large tulle veil. The bride oarried a lovoly bouquet, and was attended by two bridesmaids. Miss M'Moikan and Miss ■ -j— Langwoll, both woro; very pretty drosses, of,cream, ■nun's veiling, with lace fronts and cuffs and collar of, dark yolvot, whlto straw hats with volvot trim...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rich American Women. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

^ic§ ]^qei<ic&n Wonjeq. Tiiiii CJnltad Statas Is fast outranking Llio othar "aouu* trios at tho world In rospoot to rich woman, Tho Arnai'l oati holross has baooma ono of tho oharaotors of Muro poau1 bra vol,'and. at this data tharo Is not a olty of any oonsldorablo sl/,o In tho Unltad Statos whloli lias not 6110 or more woman whoso ahaquos aro good for any sum from 1000 dollars to 1,000,000 dollars, Now York olty has two sooro oi! ladlas who aro worth 1,000,000 dollars or moro in thoir own right, Philadelphia can show, perhaps, hall! as many, and Washington, Baltl moro, Boston, and Ohlcago aro not far behind in thoir quota of holrossos, Most of thoso money quoons aro flno business womon, and somo of thorn iiavo a gontus for making monoy. # # # Thoro Is a young girl in Tonnossoo, Miss St, Ptorra, who owns sovoral thousand aoros of mining lands, and who lias business enterprises In tho violulty of Chatta nooga, whlah have cost 1,1100,000 dollars to organlso&amp...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

Table Tal^. 1 close on tho General Election so lot mo take Iftt tho candidates. Begin with; A—Ararat, |vd," Mr. M'Lollan, is tho retiring member. I old War Horse, I remembor him in tho before tho Duko of Edinburgh oamo. |ll tho Jook have to say to His Royal. Mithor > lund him hero with small men 7 X know,how: So many smnll men will crowd , rounds Eat he'll never aoo an inok o' tho kintra." .1: ; V > i ]•:>' • - - U ' • * *• Ls.u.an's opponont is Hadland. Don't know Seat unknown. "With regard to; the people I |w, 1 would bo delighted if their good [friends would send me tit-bits about them, hi Plagiary says, in tho " Grltio," " If it is |y, the thing novor readies one's ears. But if why, you aro sure to hear of it ,from some |red friend or other," ' ' r # r *> » |° on to Avoca, I And Mr. iII, S, BaTrott in the (rrett, Ban'ett, I fancy X'vo heard the name Barrett, lot mo soo. Well, is it not absurd naot remembor in what oonnootion I have dr. Barrett. .g . M. j|w we come to...

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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

OHArTUK 111. " Tlio drying up n Hliiylo taut' lms mot'o •■••••!• I • 0< Inmost Ciuno, tlum idicddlug tours of! goro," • Sho was ii8 good as hor word, By tho next eeonhiy thoy have nil learned to smile upon hor, by tho ond oJ! the third week thoy have nil loarnod to positively court hor society, which la fresh to tho-last degree. Yet still thoy aro a little awkward with hor, and' a little uncer tain as to hor ulterior designs for their wolfaro'. '!• Aa for Mrs. Billy, sho la vory woll pleased wltlr her self so far, and with hor growing rotations with them, and having no special designs In vlow, doos not trouble herself to Invont any. One day, towards tho ond of this llrst eventful throo1 weeks, sho walks Into the schoolroom rather aimlessly to ilnd Margery there and tho children. " You horo, Margery ? Why, what are you doing?" asks'she, She is dressed In a pretty white gown of some soft, warm material, tho days boing still a little chilly, and , Is looking cool, and fresh,...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lady Branksmere. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 29 January 1886

L&dfl Bfl&nl^ By tAio tvubliovol u rUYi.ias," 11 Mou,v llwsn] GV-OWIIKY," « BoUtS,"^, OHAl'TliU II. « W.HMN you 00,MM INTO ANY l'HKs„ C0)| ■ Ousmivn 'i'utsiu iiUMouua j 2, suit tot! OA'lllHAGWO TIU311HTO ) ltV WHICH l.VstNl'w WILti MAJCI3 TII13IU OONVKII3H .MOM; y#, CU'IIJN." •VThmiim's ti ring nb tlio door boll i did yoat-, orios Angollon, rising to hot foot, (lalo^;, " Thoy havo apmo, 1 fool It j 1 know lt,i)?n.( thrill clown my back,1' lb is some hours tutor, and tho Dnrylsate wii 'iiutKMi in tho rather shabby library, and fa i lowest a pit Its, for tho oxpootod coming olfeip and hia wifo. Now at last all Is Indeed over l '< Yoa | and tltoro la tho knock, They've o.s moral," says Peter. Tho twins grow pde, body movo aolotnnly towards the library tW,i. 44 Good hoavons I why isn't Muriel here to: thom ?" gasps Margery, hanging llro on the lb n Why am .T to bo tho victimised one J Ifah ahoulcl like to faint," '< Peter I a pin," says Dlok, with s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 5 February 1886

, My dkar Fked.—Can you recommend a good, interesting;, readable novel, for irie to take on my Holiday? Why, cer\x=req-\ itainly, George, Captain IJawley Smart's "Post to Finish"2s., at all Bookstalls and Booksellers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 5 February 1886

THO. H. YOUNG, Customs Ship ping' and Commercial Agent Forwards Private Effects, Merchan- j dize, &c., to all parts of the World. All Customs' work undertaken. Bills of Lading or Shipping Documents will he promptly attended to, and the goods forwarded according to instructions, if sent to. —T. II. Yotjno, Customs Agents, Phcenix Chambers, Market Street, Melbourne. Telephone No. 643. sivmy February] MOUNT MOUNT II MOUNT 11 flANTERBUH1 WITHOUT DOUIII Tho Hi ghost nml Most Ctr Property over StibdiiiM this Beautiful and I'ojflli! Suburb. Five Minutes from Stat And Having Fronton TO Mont Albert and Other Rot S3 ALLOTMENTS Each ono commanding the)lj Magnificent and Exleiwvj Views. To be fold 61}Mi} On tho following 3W | Liberal Terms £10 D EPOS IT I Balance, 12 months, at f'fl| LXJNCKKON "lit A JWS£ I jPreo Ivailwny Pnsses obta®1^'^ F. Zi. FLINT, Auctioneer, And S Colliua-streot, East, Print art by Cook, Dukwik * by JIaouick Buoiizky, lit IW ! Mo] bonrno.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 5 February 1886

G. W. TAYLOR & CO., Auctioneer's, Lancl, ct/rid JSstate Agents, OITY AUOTIOIT ROOMS, 20 COLLINS STREET WEST. Auction Bales Condnoted at th,o Rooms, o* on the Groundl. photos of ©very description finished in most iri , . modern style. 0B ^naton ^Street, Molbonrno, and Timer Street, Warrnoxntooo AMERICAN STUDIO. LOVEWELL & CO. M. BRASGH & G0/<£> —80— ELIZABETH ST, INSPECT oun unrlval „<T Tina BEST AND CHEAPEST ever Imported '^/^VerY Easy Terms. Reufer's Healing Soap For the Batli, Toilet, Nursery, and the healing* of Skin Diseases of every lcind and at every stage. Renter's Life Syrup, No. 2 AFTEll USING. BEFORE USING. A positive ancl radical cure for every form of Scrofula, diseases of Special Nature, Scrofulous Soros, Affections of the Scalp with loss of Hair, and all diseases of the Blood, Liver and Kidneys. Guaranteed to purify, enrich, and vitalise the blood, and restoro and renovate the entire system.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 5 February 1886

KtS. Advice to ti r-"3S=^SBi OF LONDON. PHOTIX FIRE OFFICE.^misimp ^ VICTORIAN BRANCH^ by special APPOINTMENT. Chas. OC3-C3- «Sc 00__ (Win, W. CJAUG T, Fropriofcor), PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS, Importers of Drugs, Chemloals, Air and Water Beds, Pillows, <So,, Tho DlBponalngr Doparbmonfc In thin KsttubllHlimont Ih roptotowlth ovory t'ociulnlto In oon nootlon with tlip biiHlnoHS, tho Ki'ontoab naournay and rtoHpntoh In tlio pvopnmtluii of physlol huh pi'oMorlptloim nml family i-oolptH may bo rolled upon, Tho Laboratory and Mamifaotox-y Iiuh vooonbly boon ro-uvriviiKoi , and Mm modlolnoB and anuipoumU of blio I'TmviimoopojIux ut-o liedtxvrarl uiulof tlia poi'Hoiml wuporv nlon of tho .t'Wnolpul, tho di'ii#H and ahonilaulH nsmt boliiK ouvofully noloot.od from tho fli'Mt London tnurkub. Spooial Mossonarora ufo nout at nil blinas In tho day wtion modi\x=req-\ tolnos iu'o t'otiulrod in tho olby or mibm-lm, Proaoripfciona and Ortlora Boooivod hi'outfh tho poHb fmiii oouuti'y and hhUi...

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