;*MJeo Tbolma Wood, of McLachlan St., was taken to hospital on Monday morning Borlotiely ill. Sho has been ailing for '(ho past month.
. Mrs. T. SarkB (neo Mies Mary Blako), of Nevertire, is at present ou iv. viuit to Oruu&o, where aho Jived all hoi1 life, up till n few years ago.
Another Orango lady to hie home to the paternal roof trco for Uio holidays wis Miss Maroo Farrell,. MIos Far rail 1b a member of Anthony Hordern's
Mrs. MJck Meagher, of - Bathurst, was a visitor to tho Now Year racing
Mr. Shaw Strickland, from Forbes, Mr. Jack Fagan, from Cowra, and Mr. H. Glasson, from Woodstock, were also present to see their horses per-
Mr. W. Fuller, who about six months ago left Orange for Sydney to start pig and poultry farming from which he emerged on the right side of the ledger, has been induced to open up the Caloola mine again. He is at present in Orange making the neces- sary arrangements.
Mr. Michael Dwyer, a very old and respected resident of Orange, died very suddenly at Bathurst on Sunday morning. He collapsed and died al- most instantly. Mr. Dwyer's wife only arrived in Bathurst by the passenger train on Saturday. He had been ail- ing for a long time. Heart disease was the cause of death. He was 58 years of age, and leaves no family. His brothers John and Patrick reside at Orange. His remains were interred in the Catholic Cemetery at Bathurst on Monday afternoon.
Miss E. Gretton has been transferred from Sydney to the Orange High School.
The marriage of Miss Tien Hogue,
the well-known Australian character actress, will take place on January 19 in London, to Lieutenant Guy Wyatt, of the British Navy. Lieutenant Wy- att, who has been staying with his people in Herefordshire, met Miss Ho- gue during short leave. Miss Hogue is a daughter of the late Mr. J. A. Hogue, formerly of Mosman, and has appeared before an Orange audience on more than one occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Fisher's many friends will regret to hear that death claimed their wee baby on Sunday morning last. The bonnie little bairn contracted hooping cough, and, de- spite the best attention, was unable to bear up against the ravages of the disease. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the whole commun- ity amongst whom they are exceed- ingly popular.
The marriage was celebrated recent- ly at St. Luke's Church of England, Mosman, of Miss Jean Leith-Thomp- son, only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Leith-Thompson, of Awaba-st., Mosman, with Mr. Eric Williams, son of the late Mr. G. Williams, of Narra- bri, and of Mrs. Williams, of Crow's Nest Road, North Sydney. The Rev.
F. W. Reeve performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her father, was gowned in ivory crepe de chine and georgette, trimmed with clusters of silver roses. The Limcrick lace veil, which was lent by Mrs. John Mackay, of Kirribilli, was worn with a wreath of Orange blossoms, and she carried a bouquet of white roses and carnations, arranged with satin and tulle streamers. The brides- maid, Miss Nellie Leary, wore a rose colored taffeta costume and a black hat. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations and blue forget-me-nots. Mr. M. Graham was best man. During the signing of the register, Mrs. A. Banks sang "Because," Mrs Leith- Thompson, wearing a gown of nigger brown crepe de chene, and carrying a bouquet of pale pink carnations, re- ceived the guests in the Masonic Hall, Mosman. The bride's travelling frock of navy blue taffeta, was worn with a blue hat trimmed with a crown of
Mrs. Oort Bonn (nco Miss E. Prowao), who Is a resldonl of Bathurs,t/ ospotit her Xums holidays In Orango with both her own and husband's pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Bonn.
A New Year's gift in the person of a bonnie baby girl has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cald- well. It will be remembered that Mrs Caldwell was formerly Miss Oli-
A most attractivo function was given to Mrs, Cocll Gates at MIbs McFarlnno's (tea rooms on Friday aftornoon, whon about DO of hor frionds eutortainod her at a musical aftornoon, and presented hor with a haudsomo silver teapot nud ac companying Bllvor strainer and stand and a houquot of carnations and dolphlnlums. Tho presentation was mado by tho Muynross, Mrs, V. II. Millard, and tho hostessos wore Mofldaiuus IC. Beaton, G. Troweoke, T. M. I;ino, 0. Broiuloy and Hod gklnmin. Tho rooms woro docor atod with carnations and rosos, Hours wero glvon by Mlas Crlm mines, Mrs, Williams, Miss Burrows, Mrs. 0, Welly and Miss Toiuldn
Hon, Mrs. Boaton and MIbs Bottnor Kiivo recitations, and Mrs, Campboll p'inofnrto selections, Tho after noon was moro than ordinarily on Joynblo, and tho odlbles, all homo Hindus, wero particularly doloctable.
Mr. c. J. Smith, of Sydney, l» itaylng at Bothuno, Guyong, with his son, Mr. Nisbot Smith, and wan unongfit tho plnyors at tho bowling rreon on Monday, llo Is a life motnbor of tho club, and was one uf Its first prosldonts,
The wedding of Mr. Percy Wil- liams, of Williams Bros., late of Or- ange, and Miss Amy Burton will take place at Rockdale Methodist Church on January 21st, 1922.
The engagement is announced of Mr. J. H. Mendham, of the railway staff, Bourke, and Nurse Graham.
Mr Norman Pilchor, tho well* known tarrlnton and Mr. Allok Mo* Lnohlan, a Sydnoy solicitor, aro ro* visiting Orango and staying with ro« latlvos,
Mntron Jubb, who Is so woll and favorably known In Orango, Is re turning thla month to tako chargo of tho Church of England Girls llostol, Tho appolntmont Is vory popular, as Matron jubb is emi nently aultablo for tho position,
Amongst the New Year honors be- stowed by the King is that of C.M.G.
conferred on Dr. R. T. Paton, F.R.C.S., (Ed.), LRCP (Ed.), and M.D. (Brux)., Director of Health for N S.W., and fa-
ther of Dr. Paton, of Orange.
It Is ntatod that Itho pollco have a eluo to tho murderor of tho girl, Tlrt-j
acliko, at Molbourno. j