The Duchess of Gloucester and Prince William leaving Ad
miralty Honse for Pyrmont wharf.
Three Sydney girls chosen to play important roles in the new film, "Sons of Matthew." From left: Nonnie Peifer (16), of Leichhardt; Laurel Young (19), of Cremorne; Betty Orme (19),
At the London exhibition, "Tea Round the World," there was shows this domestic appliance, which will provide early morn* lag tea for late risers. This neat machine at a pre-elected time will make tea, switch on a bedside lamp, and call the sleeper with benevolent insistence. Regrettably it is not yet
The Duchess of Gloucester smiles to the crowds on the deck of the Rangitiki at the wharf. With her are the young
Princes and Miss Eileen Phipps.
Countess Uoltke (left) enjoys a lunch-time talk at Prince's with Madame E. Broye, Australian-born wife of the Swiss Minister in Madrid. Madame Broye is visiting Sydney for
the first time in 20 years.
Twenty-one-year-old Wendy Brunton Gibb, of Five Dock, who was chosen to star in the new Australian film, "Sons
Flowers on the spot. There's no need now to worry about forgetting flower to welcome and farewell friends by airliners. Here's a florist shop right on the spot at Mascot aerodrome. In this picture, Mrs B. Williams and daughter, Margaret,
. purchase flowres from Mrs Wake.
Lieut Marjorie Northcott, daughter of the Governor (Lieut, General Northcott) and Lieut Joan Gordon-Bennett, photo graphed on their return from Japan by the Merkur. Lieut
Northcott was in charge of Social Services.
Sydney model, Margo Lee, being made up by June Dally Watkins before facing the camera for a screen test for "The Intimate Stranger." In private life Margo is Mrs Frank
Brooks and bat a lO-weeks-olfl son.
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