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    Daughter of Elizabeth Henrietta Noble Gair and James Stodart 1849–1922). merchant and politician. "BIRTH. STODART.—On the 8th February, at Hinemoa (Hinemon), Toowong, the Wife of James Stodart, of twins— son and daughter."

    In 1911 travelled to England to study art. "Miss Nina Stodart, who had been in Scotland for some time returned to London at the end of September."

    In February 1915 : "Miss Nina Stodart's free exhibition of oil and water colour paintings continues to attract a good number of lovers of art to the Turner Company gallery, In the Kodak Buildings. "

    Miss Nina Stodart has had on view the Inns of Court, an interesting collection of drawing and painting, the work of her pupils. The greater part of the exhibits are the work of the pupils of the Girls' Grammar School and the Brisbane High School, which includes painting, brusbwork. and freehand drawing."

    James Stodart was born on 15 September 1849 in Edinburgh, son of James Dickson Stodart, accountant, and his wife Maria Louisa Margaretha, née Meincke. The family migrated to Melbourne in 1855 and 1856. Educated at Scotch College, James worked with Holmes, White & Co. and then Turnbull, Smith & Co., leading mercantile businesses. He followed Robert Murray Smith to the New Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency Co. as its accountant, but left in 1876 to set up his own business as a general merchant in Brisbane. An agent for the sugar refiners and distillers (Robert) Tooth & Cran, James became one of its directors after it merged with the Millaquin & Yengarie Sugar Co. On 22 October 1878 he married Elizabeth Henrietta Noble Gair (Bessie) at Toorak, Melbourne, with Presbyterian forms.

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  1. OF INTEREST TO WOMEN. WAR WORK AND SOCIAL NEWS A Brisbane Artist
    Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931) Monday 3 February 1919 p 2 Article
    Abstract: M[?] Nina Stoddart a well-known Brisbane artist, has here spending a holiday in Sydney and the Blue Mountains She is at present the guest of 410 words
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    OF INTEREST TO WOMEN WAR WORK AND SOCIAL NEWS A Brisbane Artist Mifs Nina Sloddart, a well-known Brisbane artist. has been spending a holiday in Sydney in the Blue Moun- talcs. Shee Is at present the guest of Mrs. Taylor Darbyshire at Neutral Bay. Mrs Stoddart, who studied art In London and Paris was In Norway when war broke out. Sincee her return lo Brisbane she has devoted much of her time to working for the soldiers and was in charge of the weekly sewing guild at the Queensland Comforts Fund depot, where shirts and other garments were turned out for tne flghtlng men. Mlss Stoddart thlnks the work will still go on and be ..... in another direction for the benefit of the returned soldiers. Her mother (Mrs. Stoddart) Is president of the Queensland War Nurses Fund, which will continue its good work in the future. Miss Slogan It a teacher of art at the Brlsbane Unlverslty.

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  2. ROYAL QUEENSLAND ART SOCIETY.
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Wednesday 8 February 1928 p 22 Article
    Abstract: The 39th annual meeting of the Royal Queensland Art Society was held at Harris Court, George-street, last evening. Those present included Mesdames J. ... 71 words
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    ROYAL QUEENSLAND . ART SOCIETY. ; , -* The 39th annual meeting of the Royal Queensland Art Society was held at Harris Court, George-street, last evening. Those present included Mesdames J. Barnard and Shrapnell, Misses Nina Stoddart, Enid Dickson, Caroline Barker, Cannan, Daphne Mayo, and Jeannette Sheldon, Messrs. C. H. Lancaster, W. Bustard, L. J. Harvey, Roy Parkinson, P. S. Hobday, Vincent Sheldon, C. H. Gough, N. Wilson, aud Fred Homer.

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  3. LYCEUM CLU[?]
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Tuesday 26 February 1924 p 14 Article
    Abstract: Bowls of gerberas decked the rooms of the Lyceum Club last evening, when the members of that club tendered a welcome to Miss M. I. Hunt, who recently 145 words
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    LYCEUM CLUB Bowls of gerberas decked the rooms of the Lyceum Club last evening, when the members of that club tendered a wel- come to Miss M. I. Hunt, who recently came to Brisbane to take up the position of principal of the Women's College. The president (Mrs. W. G. Grant) voiced the welcome of the members, and sub- sequently Mrs. H. A. Longman also wel- comed Miss Hunt. On both occasions, the guest of honour suitably acknowledg- ed the tributes in a happy speech. Those present included Mesdames E. B. Harris, J.P. Lowson, Priestly, Finnin M'Kin- non, and W. Young. Drs. J. White Haney and H. Rordorf, Misses Fletcher (treasurer), D. Denniss (secretary), M. Smith, Nina Stoddart. Kathleen Lyons, Ethel Campbell, Lucy Melfel, Nestor Brown, Dora Lockington, Mavis Walker, Rosner, Gwen Hughes, I. H. Morgan, Hilda Sulley, Stedman, H. Foggan, and Fix this textClipsham.

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  4. LYCEUM CLUB.
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Tuesday 7 February 1928 p 14 Article
    Abstract: At the International Congress of Lyceum Clubs held in London last year the Misses Oliv[?] Forman and Annie Peterson represented the Queensland 179 words
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    LYCEUM CLUB. At the International Congress of Lyceum Clubs held in London last year the Misses Oliva Forman and Annie Peterson represented the Queensland Lyceum Club, and last evening they were entertained by the members at the club rooms. The hostesses for the evening were Mesdames Firmin M'Kinnon (presi- dent), Scott Macdonald, J. Barnard, and Miss Nina Stoddart and in the course of a speech Mrs. M'Kinnon took the opportunity of welcoming back Miss Harker and Miss Jarrett, who have just returned from a trip abroad. Miss Form- man and Miss Peterson gave a report on the congress, and also talked on the various Lyceum clubs which they had visited on the Continent. In proposing a vote of thanks to the speakers. Mrs. J. Barnard, who has just recently re- turned from abroad, also spoke on vari- ous clubs which she had visited. A vote of thanks was seconded by Mrs. E. T. Amos (hon. treasurer). Mrs. F. Nixon provided enjoyable musical items, and supper was subsequently served at small tables, decked with zinnias and asters.

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  5. ARTIST ENTERTAINED.
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Monday 15 April 1929 p 20 Article
    Abstract: The members of the Lyceum Club entertained Miss Jessie Traill at morning tea at the club's room. Rothwell Chambers, on Saturday, and on arrival 186 words
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    ARTIST ENTERTAINED. . The members of the Lyceum Club entertained Miss Jessie Traill at morn- ing tea at the club's room. Rothwell Chambers, on Saturday, and on arrival the guest of honour was presented with a posy of pink roses by the presi- dent (Mrs. Firmin M'Kinnon), and she was received by the hostesses, who were Mrs. E. Munro, Dr. Jean White- Haney, and Mrs. R. Baxter. Mrs. McKinnon, who expressed the pleasure it gave the members to have Miss Traill with them, referred to Bris- bane's increasing interest in art, which, she said, was now being recognised beyond the State. Mrs. McKinnon also paid a tribute to Miss Traill's work. After Dr. Jean White-Haney had joined in the welcome, the guest of honour briefly returned thanks. Those present included Mesdames Scott Fletcher, T. Parnell, V. H. Evans, W. G. Grant, H. C. Lewcock, C. F. Bennett, A. Powis-Dunn. R. L. Reid. Barnard. Dr. Phyllis Cilento, Misses Vida Lahey. Freda Bage. Eleanor Barker. E. M. Paten, I. Fletcher. M. G. Smith, Una Morris, Adamson, Madge Roe, Nina Stoddart, Dora Lockington, and Ruth George,

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  6. Lyceum Club
    The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947) Tuesday 7 February 1928 p 15 Article
    Abstract: Vases of asters and dahlias decked the Lyceum Club room last night, when an enjoyable evening was held in honour of Misses O. Forman and A. 167 words
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    yceum Club Vases of asters and dahlias decked the Lyceum Club room last night, when an enjoyable evenlhg was held in honour of Misses O. Forman and A. Potorson, who have recently returned 1 from a trip to London, where they at- tended the Congress of the Lyceum .. Club. The president (Mrs. Firmln McK-innon) presided. A short account of tho Lyceum Clubs of Europe was . given by Miss Forman, while Miss Peterson reported on the Congress. Tho hostesses for the evening were Mesdames Firmln McIClnnon; Scott Macdonald, and J. Barnard, and Miss Nina Stoddart. Opportunity was also taken to welcome Misses K. M. Jarrott and C. E. Harlcer on their return from a trip abroad. Musical Items wcro rendered by Mrs. F. O. Nixon. Amongst those present were Mcsdames J. J. Stable, GIpps, Amos, Barnard, and Currio, Misses Barbara Sisley, Mac- milLan, Adam, N. Stoddart, M. Huddle M. Arundell, A. Adamson, Harker, Jarrctt, L. McNish, Daphno Mayo, N. Brown, Martha Burns, and D. Lock- ington.

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  7. MT. JUKES COFFEE COMPANY.
    Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld. : 1906 - 1954) Tuesday 7 June 1910 p 7 Article
    Abstract: "Hall's Mercantile Gazette" gives the following particulars relating to the Mount Jukes Coffee Company Limited the registration of which was notified ... 222 words
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    Bessie Stodart, Coor paroo, housewife; Nina Stoddart, Cooi j-aroo, spinster; Robert ;M. Stodart, Bris bane, business manager; and James Stod art, Brisbane, merchant. Registered office, Albert-street, Mackay.

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  8. FROM NEAR AND FAR.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 1 February 1919 p 9 Article
    Abstract: Owing to the rooms in Ocean House being no longer available, the reopening of the Army Service Corps Comforts Fund (No. 2) has been postponed by cour ... 537 words
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    MIBB Nina Stoddart, a well-known artist' from Brisbane, is among tho travellers marooned In Sydney, on account of the Influ- enza epidemic. MIBB Stoddart Is ono of the foremost teachers of soldiers' hospital handi- crafts in tbo northern State.

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  9. WOMEN ARTISTS. ANNUAL EXHIBITION. A FINE DISPLAY.
    The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Saturday 29 April 1922 p 14 Article
    Abstract: From the big, robust canvases, which, incidentally, would appear to have been hitherto preserved by tradition as the exclusive right of male artists, ... 1013 words
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    fter the Storm," a bold, vigorous, brilllautly coloured landscape, with impressive effects of atmosphere, marred onl} by «¡oxeral un- accountable and disfiguring smudges among the cloudB Miss F V Labe}, of Queensland who combined with her e\tenblve oxcrsen studies a long period of useful war service, has several striking Trench village scenes, replete with colour and sunshine Miss Nina Stoddart's studies of still life are notable for theil new and pleasing treatment

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  10. SOCIETY Vice-regal.
    Queensland Figaro (Brisbane, Qld. : 1901 - 1936) Thursday 16 August 1923 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Their Excellencies the GovernorGeneral, Lord Forster, Lady Forster, and Lady Patricia Blackwood, who were the guests of his Excellency the 946 words
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    Miss Nina Stoddart is the guest of Mrs. A. H. Marks, Wickliam-terrace.

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  11. Our London Letter. LONDON, February 13.
    Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1907 - 1954) Friday 27 March 1914 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The Orient liner Orsova, which left London at noon to-day, and which carries next week's mails, is taking back to Queensland Mr. G. M. Archibald, 1051 words
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    hrough the courtesy ot the Colonial Ofllce the Queensland Government Agency obtained four tickets for Queenslanders to view the procession on the occasion of the opening ot Par liament from the Colonial Office win done, and they were used by Mr and Mrs Ross Munro and Mr Keith LIunro, Just home, and Mlse Nina Stoddart. daughter of the Chn lrnifi.ii of Comnilt tees of the Legislative Assembly ot Queensland, who has been on UiIb side for the past year. Fix this text

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  12. SYDNEY WEEK BY WEEK
    Table Talk (Melbourne, Vic. : 1885 - 1939) Thursday 13 February 1919 p 24 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Noman's faculty of adapting herself [?]a change of fashion stands her in [?]ood stead in the present masquerade. [?]nd after a few days of compulsory 4226 words
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    Miss Nina Stoddart, teacher of art in the Brisbane University, is held up in Sydney on account of the flu', after spending a holiday in the Blue Moun tains. While waiting for the means of transport to her northern home, the Brisbane artist is staying with Mrs. Taylor Derbyshire at Neutral Bay. Miss Stoddart is a very gifted painter, and imbibed much of her artistic edu cation in Paris and London. She was in Norway sketching when the war broke out, and she returned to Queens land soon afterwards to take up life in real earnest. In addition to her work at the University, she devotes much time to patriotic tasks, and was in charge of the weekly serving guild at the Queensland Comforts Fund Depot, where shirts and pyjamas were turned out for the soldiers. Her mother, Mrs. Stoddart. is president, of the* Queensland War Nurses' Fund, whfch will continue its good work in Fix this textthe future.

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  13. Stodart family album of photographs [photograph album]
    Stodart Family
    [ Poster, chart, other : 1901-1907 ]
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  14. Group portrait of Bessie Stodart, Ger Gair, Kittie Kebbell, Marjory Kebbell and Nina Stodart, 1899
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    Group portrait of Bessie Stodart, Ger Gair, Kittie Kebbell, Marjory Kebbell and Nina Stodart, 1899
  15. WOMEN PAINTERS AND THEIR WORK Appreciative Patrons at Annual Exhibition--Pictures, Pottery and Staining of High Merit
    The Labor Daily (Sydney, NSW : 1924 - 1938) Tuesday 13 May 1924 p 7 Article
    Abstract: Bright sunshine shed a soft light on the many beautiful exhibits on the walls of the big Art Gallery in the Education Buildings yesterday. The 574 words
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    1924 : he pottery seethm was Wf:i r—.irc- | s'-nted In the specimena of tin handi work of Mrs. Hal Myre, nnd tin .Mi

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  16. Advertising
    The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947) Friday 1 February 1924 p 9 Advertising
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    ART. Miss Nina Stodart resumed Classes February 4, studio. Gowrie House, Wickham ter., will interview pupils this Friday and Saturday morning, life class Wednesday. 7 p.m., 9 p.m.

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  17. Gossip from Sydney Notes for Women SYDNEY, June 3.
    The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934) Friday 13 June 1924 p 26 Article
    Abstract: My Dear Marlon,—Residents of the North Shore line told last week of taps in the early morning being grozen, and of brippings fron the same which 1453 words
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    Miss Nina Stodart figured in the craft section with some fascinating specimens of pottery.

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  18. Gossip from Sydney Notes for Women SYDNEY, June 3.
    The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947) Saturday 7 June 1924 p 12 Article
    Abstract: My Dear Marion, —Residents of the North Shore line told last week of taps in the early morning being frozen, and of drippings from the same which 1979 words
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    Miss Nina Stodart figured in the craft section with somo fascinat Fix this texting specimens of pottery.

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  19. Family Notices
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Tuesday 29 October 1878 p 2 Family Notices
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    PARENTS MARRIAGE : STODART—GAIR.—On the 22nd October, at Williams- road, Toorak, Melbourne, by the Rev. Duncan Fraser, James, son of the late James Dickson Stodart, of Yarra Bank, South Yarra, to Bessie, only daughter of the late James Gair, Thornton, Preston, and granddaughter of the late Captain Scobie, R.N., of Sutherlandshire, Scotland.

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  20. Family Notices
    The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 31 October 1878 p 1 Family Notices
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    STODART—GAIR.—On the 22nd inst., at the residence of the bride's brother, Toorak, by the Rev. Duncan Fraser, James, son of the late Mr. James Dickson Stodart, of Yarra-bank, South Yarra, to Bessie, only daughter of the late Mr. James Gair, of this city, and grand-daughter of the late Captain Kenneth Scobie, R.N., of Sutherlandshire, Scotland.

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  21. Family Notices
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Monday 15 February 1886 p 1 Family Notices
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    BIRTH. STODART.—On the 8th February, at Hinemoa, Toowong, the Wife of James Stodart, of twins— son and daughter.

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  22. Family Notices
    The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947) Saturday 13 February 1886 p 4 Family Notices
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    STODART.—On the 8th instant, at Hinemon, Too- wong, the wife of James Stodart, of twins, son and daughter.

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  23. KENNEL NOTES.
    The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939) Saturday 11 May 1889 p 877 Article
    Abstract: We have received the numbers for February And March of the Kennel Gazette, which is the official organ of that world-famed institution The Kennel Clu ... 1464 words
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    While touching on this breed, we may men tion that Mr. Kirby's Stamford Soottie (Stam ford Pinoher, ex Champion Stamford Rosey) has changed hands, she being now the property of Mr. James Stodart, of Toowong.

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  24. Social and Personal.
    The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934) Friday 13 September 1907 p 4 Article
    Abstract: Information concerning social events should reach this ofice for inscrtion in the "Week" not later tnan 9 a.m. on Tuesday. All items of social news, ... 3274 words
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    Miss ..Nina .Stodart, Coorparoo, enter tained a large number of girl friends at a tennis afternoon on 4th September. Most of the guests wore tennis costumes of whUe. and all thoroughly enjoyed the pl.iv. Miss Stodart' was assisted in en tertaining :bcr guests by her mother, Mrs. J. Stodart. Afternoon tea was served iii the dining-room,' which , was tastefully.de corated with ; howls.of varicoloured nas

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  25. Gossip from Woman's Clubland. The King's Birthday.
    Queensland Figaro (Brisbane, Qld. : 1901 - 1936) Thursday 19 October 1905 p 6 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: The ninth of November falling on Thursday, the holiday will be observed on the following Monday, the thirteenth. In the papers which support the Morg ... 6607 words
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    Miss Nina Stodart, recently emancipated from the High School, had a really artistic view of the Ferry, Botanical Gardens, and a study of roses and shell.

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  26. PERSONAL.
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Friday 18 October 1912 p 9 Article
    Abstract: Interesting letters have been received this week from the Hon. R. Philp. Mr. Philp and his daughters visited Lord and Lady Lamington, and found them ... 473 words
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    She was specially interested in the Lady Lamington Hospital, und pleas- ed to hear of its success. Both hope to visit Brisbane again. The party met Miss Nina Stodart, who is anxious to study painting with some of the good teach ois In the old countrv. Thoy also met Mrs. William Smyth. With Mr. Youlll, Mr. Philp vioited Castlo Grant, and hlB portrait Fix this texthas been pointed by Sir James Guthrie.

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  27. Social and Personal (Continued from page 5.)
    The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934) Friday 8 December 1911 p 23 Article
    Abstract: Hon. E. B. Forrest, M.L.A.; returned to Brisbane from Sydney on Sunday morning. He was accompanied by his daughter, who lately returned from her 815 words
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    Mr. and Mrs. Ti M. King leave ou tht Uth instant for ' England. . Miss Nina' Stodart, who is also leaving for England, will travel with them: During their absence,-Miss Violet ?King will be the guest, of her sister-in-law, Mrs! R. M. King.

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  28. Social and Personal. (Coutinued from page 5.)
    The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934) Friday 25 October 1912 p 27 Article
    Abstract: The Governor is spending the week quietly. Lady Robinson ann her family returned to London at the end of September, from 811 words
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    Miss Nina Stodart, who had been in Scotland for some tirr*. returned to Lon don at the end of September.

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  29. SOCIAL.
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Friday 18 June 1915 p 9 Article
    Abstract: To Correspondents.—All communications intended for insertion in this column SHOULD NOT RE ADDRESSES PERSONALLY, but to "The Women's Department," and ... 1197 words
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    Miss Nina Stodart's froo exhibition pt oil and water colour paintings continues to attlact a goqd number of lovers of art to the Turner Company gallery, In the Kodak Buildings. The visitors yesterday included . Mesdames R. V. Stanley, J. H. Boors, B. R. Priost, R. Dell, A. M. Tynan, F. Corrie, B. P. Lloyd, W. J. Rode, N. J. Shaokol, J. Portas, Missos IS, Ghnpman, M'Ghlo, M. Gordon, M. Connan, I. Kerr, K. H. Hurries, li. M. Macpherson, B. M. Clarke, M. Evans. M. Daniels, K. O. Egan, Messrs, G. B. Booth, Tynan, F. R. Lloyd, H. L. Wells, K. Blmckel, T. B. Mooro, J.'O. D. Coutts, C. H.,Lancaster, Fix this text0. W. Watcs.

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  30. Old Looking Young Women
    The Week (Brisbane, Qld. : 1876 - 1934) Friday 7 December 1917 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Too many women and girls look old before their time, faces are pale and drawn; wrinkles appear, and the eyes lad; lustre. There are headaches, 1334 words
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    Miss Nina Stodart has had on view the ,Ihns of Court, au interesting collec tion of drawing and painting, the. work of her pupils. THe; greater part of the ex hibits arc the'work of the pupils of the Girls' Grammar School and the Brisbane High School, which includes painting, 'brusbwork. and freehand drawing. /The painting included some pretty scenes in-] the Botanical Gardens, bv Misses Mundell ; and Scott, and also Miss -O. M'Wade, of the Grammar School. The second form shows some highly creditable ** work In-, brush drawing, and the model drawing of the remove form, which includes work by Lexie Drake, .1. Stephenson, and Beryl Carvosso is also worthy of mention. Good work is shown by the sixth form ot the Grammar School, especially by Misses K. Hirshfield and 51. Fielding.*- Manv were interested in some of Miss Stodart's own work, including sketches of Irish scenery,, and some of her studies in still life. •

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