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Miss M. von Bertouch, who has been on a trip abroad, will arrive in Ade- laide today by the Mooltan. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lucas, who re-
cently returned from a trip to the country, are again at the Hotel Botanic. Miss Dorelle Jeanes, of Windsor street, Largs Bay. will leave by the express on Monday for Sydney, where her marriage to Mr. J. G. Bishop, of Yarmouth, England, will take place. Mrs. R. Holmes, of Brighton, who recently underwent an operation at Bindarra Private Hospital, has ? re famed home and is progressing satis factorily. Miss Shirley Collins, of Riverton. will be a passenger by the Moonta for Port Pirie. where she will spend her annual leave with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Collins, of Risdon Park. Pirie North. Mrs. L. Taylor, or Western Austra lia, is on a holiday in Adelaide as the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. Starks. of Goodwood Park. Mr. S. B. Green, manager at Koo nov.la station. Auburn, and Mrs. Green have returned home after a short visit to Adelaide. Mrs. E. C. Jeanes, of Port Lincoln. is spending a holiday with her. mother. Mrs. L. E. Smith, of Johanna street. Largs Bay. Mrs. James Bryan and Miss Lorna Brvan. of Keith, will leave soon for Melbourne to attend the Melbourne Cup. They will be accompanied by Mrs. P. Bogie, of Robe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cole have re turned to Mitcham after a holiday with their daughter, Mrs. Ben Simons, of Pala. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kemefield, their two children, and Miss Beachervoice are staying at the Hotel Botanic. Mrs. J. C. Collins and her son and daughter have returned to their home at Stirling after a holiday at Port Pirie. Mrs. A. Turner, who arrived by the express on Tuesday from Perth, is staying at the Hotel Botanic. Mrs. E. Morlev Taylor, of Seacliff. is visiting friends at Renmark. Mrs. K. S. Maple has returned to Brighton from a' holiday spent with her daughter and son-in-law. the Rev. D. and Mrs. Longbottom. at Hawker. The engagement is announced of Laurel C., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Walkom, of Port Lincoln, to Eric, third son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bassham, of Port Lincoln.
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MR. RONALD MINCHIN, Director of the Zoological Gardens, leaving St. Peter's College Chapel yesterday with his bride, who was formerly Miss Elizabeth Margaret Ashwin, of Knightsbridge.