M¡r.K ,). Koos .Iones nml Miss Kiln. Whenlcroft left on Friday for Tilpal Station, where they will ho the guests ot Mr. and Mn. I.. H. Mackay for some days.
Mr. J?. H. V. Voss, Penmacn, left on Friday evening for Kinn Purk, where she «ill spend a few days. Miss Watkins ac- companied her.
Mr. P. Capper, who spent a short time In town on his way from Newcastle, left for the west hy the goods train on .Satur- day night.
Airs. J. C. Hutton and family, who have been spending a holiday at yeppoon, re- turned on Sunday evening.
Mr. .7. Whenlcroft arrived from War- wick hy thc mall train yesterday. He ia the guest of his son-in-law and daughter (Mr. and Mrs. ti. II. Howell) nt thc Aus-
tralian Hank of Commerce.
Miss Hilda I'owcr (Southport) luis re- turned from a visit to Munni Morcan, whore slie was thu truest of Mr. and Mrs. Somerset, ¡She will leave by tim mail tin in to-night for Capella eu route lo Magenta Staliou, where she will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Maclean.
MJss Mactaggart, who bas been thc guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Macdonald al Y mirilba Station, and of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. layons, Upper Dawsoii-rond, left for Brisbane by thc mail train yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Maunsell Mere pas- sengers by the mail train on Saturday for Brisbane.
The marriage of Miss Muy Manon, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J'. Marron, Hoxmere, lo Mr. 1,. V. Terry, of laurel Vale Station, and youngest son of Mr. and Mr» A. M. Terry, is arranged to take phire nt the Sacred Heart Church on the 17th instant, ssys the '' Townsville Daily Bulletin " of the 4th institut.
Mr. John Murray arrived on Saturday afternoon by thc mail train from Rrisbanc and left last night by the goods train for Ilfracombe cn route to Beaconsfield Station.
Mrs. ./. Morrison left on Friday night by the mail train for Barcaldine, where she will leave her little son Stanley ot
j school. Mrs. Morrison will return in u '
Ifew days. . '
Miss Thompson arrived,from Capella bv : Hus mail train on Friday morning and left ' yesterday by train for Brisbane. !
I Mr». Dutton and lier daughter ( M issn
! Dutton) arrived from the south by the moil train yesterday afternoon. Tiley will leave to-day for Yeppoon, where thev «ill be thc guests of Mr.-. Dalton's son and
i daughter-in-law (Mr. and Mrs. H. C Dut-j 'ton). Thev.arc staving at the Leichhardt
I Mr. 1''. H. Wagstaff, who has been on a , visit to Sydney, linfred by the mail train 'yesterday afternoon and left at night for 1 Ilfracombe wi route ití Knimcll Downs.
I Mr. .1. \V. Watson arrived a few davs ,ngo from l/iugrcuch. Ho is staving at
the Jjiehhllldl. iiotel.
I Miss N. SimiiiuiiK. ont- of thc assistant j teachers at thc Allenstown State School,
has boen transferred tu ii similar position in Hie Marmor State fchool. Miss Sim- mons, who has been associated with tho Allenstown School for a considerable period, entered upon ber new duties yes
Mr. If. B. M'Naiight. formerly of thc Allenstown Slate School, lute of Goondi- windi; who has boen appointed headmaster of the Dalhv Stntc School, was tendered A farewell social on Saturday week and pre- sented with a silver tea and coffee ser- vice.
TOLL - CUDMORE
A large number of guests assembled at St. Peter's Church, Glenelg, on the 28th of June on the occasion of the marriage of Mr. A. M. Toll, only son of the late Dr. Toll, of Adelaide, and of Mrs. John Lewis, Benacre, Glen Osmond, South Aus- tralia, and Miss Mary Paringa Cudmore, youngest daughter of Mr. J. F. Cudmore, of Paringa Hall, Somerton, South Aus- tralia, says the "Australasian" of the 8th instant. The service, which was fully choral, was conducted by tho Rev. John Lumsden, Rector of St. Peter's. The gorgeous decorations of the coronation service on the previous Sunday still beautified the interior of the church, need- ing only the addition of a few white flowers, which were arranged by the girl friends of the bride, to give it a bridal effect. The bride was given away by her father. Her wedding gown of ivory souple satin was draped with Brussels lace, with transparent vest and sleeves of tucked chiffon. The train, which fell gracefully from the waist, was also veiled with Brus- sels lace. A tulle veil was arranged over a coronal of orange blossoms. The bouquet was composed of exotics and ferns. The four bridesmaids were Miss Dora Cud- more, Miss Rita Gwynne, Miss Marjorie Soward, and Miss Brougham, who wore dresses of white mousseline, with finely tucked tunics, edged w ith broad bands of Carrickmacross lace, which also trimmed the bodices. Miss Cudmore and Miss Gwynne wore black velvet turban toques and Miss Soward and Miss Brougham large black picture hats, wreathed with
white "flannel" flowers. They carried white staffs, ornamented wilth bunches of pink roses tied wilth satin ribbon. The best man was Mr. P. Bright, and Mr. P. Cudmore and Mr. G. Stirling were grooms- men. A reception was held at Paringa Hall. Mrs. Cudmore wearing black otto- man silk and a black velvet bonnet. Mrs. John Lewis, mother of the bridegroom, wore black striped marquisite over white silk. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Toll left for Sydney later in the afternoon, the bride going away in a smart tailor-made cos- tume. worn with a handsome set of furs.
A pretty wedding took pince at thc AngliriMi Cnthcdrnl, Ncwenstlc, on thc 28tli ot" .lune, siiys the "Town mid Coun- try Juuinal" of lim St li instant. Il WHS wilnewsed by n. Inigo uiiiiiliei' of guests mid Kpeetutnrs. Inside tho eiilliedrnl n pro- fusion of beautiful white flowers added n charm to thc scene, and tull palms graced the elmncel. The ccreinonv was performed liv the 1 V:m nf Newcastle (the Wehl Hew ]>r. C. fi. Hird). The brido wu, J|¡".-¡
Arlie Stella Capp, eldest daughter of Mr. I
mid Mrs. C. (ï. M. Capp, Lnncrdenc, Allan- dale, mid tli<; bridegroom «ns Mr. Harrv Hyne Cupper, eldest son of tlie late Slr. ll. H. CapiK-r. of West Maitland. The brides- maids preceded (be bride up tile aisle. The
lindo, HMO wits much admired, wan in an empire gown of white duchesse satin. Thc bodice lind n transparent lara yoke inlet, and thu sleeves were of while chillon, hand embroidered iii silk, pearls, nial silver. The long ¡mill train was edged willi rolled satin finished with cords and worked with pearls. The lace veil «ns also embroidered in silver mid pearls and was fastened by a diamond star, thc sift of thc bride- groom. A bompiel of lilies of (lie valley gave a pretty finish. Hie bride's train was carried by Miss Marv (.'-upper, who was dressed all in while satin. The brides- maids looked particularly picturesque ill their white satin and net empire frocks and highwaymen's cloaks and caps. First
came Miss Vera Clift und Miss Kathleen Alcorn wearing pink satin clonks and caps, and carrying baskets of Howers tied with pink ribbons. Miss Marjorie. Capp walked alone, her cloak «nd cap being of leaf green and her basket tied with green.' Miss Annie Onus and Miss Kathleen Broughton wore blue cloaks and caps and had their baskets tied with blue ribbons. As the bridal party walked up the church Mr. King pla'-id "I Know- a Lovely Gar- den." The groomsmen were Mr. Basil Cap- per (best man), Mr. Aubrev Capri Mr. Colyn Keith Cohen, Mr. A. Capp, and Mr. Percy Clipper. After the ceremony a ré- ception was held at tho Parish Hall, which WUK decorated with HugH and while flowers. A sumptuous wedding tea, was served and a band played throughout thc afternoon. Mrs. Capp, mother of thc bride, wore rose-cottoned satin veiled in black ninon, «. yoke of real lace giviii" a linish to (he bodice, and her hat was of rose colour with si black plume. Later in the day the newly-married couple left for ¡sydney, th" bride wearing mole em-' brnidered ninon over pule blue satin, a long travelling coat of green panno, and hal en suite.
FRASER-LUTTON A very pretty wedding took place at the Campbell Street Methodist Church at half past nine o'clock on Wednesday morning
last. Thc ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. Youngman. The contracting parties were Miss Florence Alice Lutton, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Lutton, of Bolsover St, Rockhampton, and Mr. Norman Fraser, eldest son of Mr. J. M. Fraser. Fitzroy St. Miss Kath- leen Lutton und Miss May Fraser were the bridesmaids. Mr. W. A. Thomson was best man, with Mr. D.Fraser as grooms- man. The choir led the music. The wed- ding breakfast was served at the resi- dence of the bride's parents, a great number oí relatives of both Mr. and Mrs. Fraser being present. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired in a gown of soft duchess satin veiled with
net and trimmed with silver and silk embroidery, the net tinic being edged with deep silk fringe and touches of silver. Her court train of ivory satin was trimmed with a garniture of lace and horseshoe and orange blossoms and her veil of Brus- sels net vuwas worn over a coronet of orange blossoms She carried a dainty horseshoe of stephanotis and fern. Her travelling costume was of navy tweed with white fur and toque of navy tegal and velvet. The bridesmaids wore dresses ol creme cloth and large prunella felt hats trimmed with black feathers and oxidised buckles. They carried bouquets of roses tied with lavender ribbons and wore gold bracelets, the gifts of the bridegroom. The bride- groom's present to the bride was a pearl and emerald pendant and the bride's pre- sent to the. bridegroom was a gold watch and chain. Mr. and Mrs. Fraser left by train the same day for Brisbane, where they spent a few days prior to going to Oakey, to the State School at which place Mr. Fraser has been appointed.