COIN AFTERNOON AT WYNNUM.
"The Torridge," Hill-street, Wynnum, was the scene of a successful function on Wednesday, whcn Mrs. A. H. Cory, as- sisted by the conveners and helpers in connection with the sweet stall for the forthcoming Methodist fete, entertained a large number of visitors. During the after- noon Mesdames Paddock, S. Hargreaves, H. Gunderson, and Miss K. Clarke con- tributed items, and Mrs. P. M. Benjamin acted as pianist. Those present included Mesdames N. Sherwood, H. Goodman, A. E. Breaden, D. Tagert, Carrington, G. Oliver, J. Layton, D. Moffatt, J. Patter- son, S. Hargreaves, H. Gunderson, A. E. Hodges, E. A. Tardent, A. Moores, M. Foggan, T. R. Thurlow, S. S. Hooper, J. Mercer, A.Senden, T. Davidson, S. Crouch, R. S. Hooper, A. Cory, T. Spencoly, J. Leynes, J. M. Fisher, G. Wright, E. Webber, A. Free, J. Macgregor, R. Col- ledge, G. Wilson, H. Petersen, J. Strickfus, F. Roberts, H. Cory, P. Power, W. Caunt, C. Rickwood, G. Middleton, E. Gambling, R. J. Graham. R. Simpson, W. A. Patter- son, C. C. Pickering. G. Child, W. R. Howard, E. Higlet, L. Pickering, A. B. Smythe, J. R. Dugdale, G. A. Cunning- ham, J. J. Greene, S. Greene, H. C. Croits. K. Paton. J. Barnes, A. H. Paton, L. Johnes. P. M. Benjamin. J. Bowness, C. Stone, R. H. Craig, B. M. Trower, J. M. Larcomb, A. Robinson, M. Carruthers, J. Paton, Misses M. Hooper, J. Waesell, G. Hargreaves, M. Crofts, E. O'Neale, A. Wright, D. Sneyd, E. Petersen, K. Clarke, R. Smythe, E. Andrews.