MISS SULMAN ENTERTAINED.
About seventy members of the Society of
Arts and Crafts arranged an enjoyable after- noon tea party at the Horseshoe Cafe yester- day, in honour of their president, Miss
Florence Sulman, who will leave by the Chitral with her parents, Sir John and Lady Sulman, on Wednesday, for a twelve months' tour of Europe and England. Miss Sulman has been president of the society for the past two years, and during that time has been most active in her work for the advancement of the society and the furtherance of the activities of its members.
Lady MacMillan, on behalf of the gathering presented the guest of honour with a photo- graph album designed in Australian leather, and with a bouquet of typically Australian flowers. The album will be an acceptable gift for Miss Sulman, as she is particularly interested in photography. The tables were massed with bowls of Christmas bush.
Mrs F. W. Parsons, Miss Joan Mackenzie, and Miss Innes assisted in receiving the guests. Among those present were Miss Craig, Miss E. M. Young, Mrs Vi Eyre, Miss Madsen, Miss Priddle, Miss Bamberger, Miss Hirst, Miss E. Mort, Miss Weston, Mrs Hopper, Mrs Pear- son, Mrs Donaldson, Mrs Titmus, Mrs Phil- lips, Miss D. Dowse, Mrs Noble Wallis, Miss A. M. Friend, Mrs Blain, Miss McCarthie, Miss K. McCarthie, Miss A. Muskett, Mrs Preston, Mrs B Shallard, Mrs Stevens, Miss Penpes, Mrs Lloyd, Miss Carlill, Mrs Stirling Levis, Mrs Ashton, Miss Leslie, Mrs Dalgarno, the Misses Grace and Victoria Allen, Miss Evans, and Mrs Toomey.