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THERESA CREEK. SEVEN MILES WIDE. CAPELLA, Thursday. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 5 January 1917 page Article 2014-04-08 19:09 respondent took advantago of the permission
ed down. Theresa Creek bad to carry all the
Trees in the Brigalow scrubs wero cut down
fort >r fifty yards. It weighs quite a ton
and a half. The telegraph Uno has been
washed down for soveial miles, and men
are busy re-erectlng poles. Comparatively
When Theresa Creek was reached It was
Capella sido of tho bridgo the line had been
damaged, but effective repairs havo been
Capella. About two miles from Theresa Crook
the line runs through what Is known as the
was under water foi a considerable depth -It
trees. Some wore suspended from branches
12ft high, and under somo trees as many as
10 or 12 carcaseb were lying on each side of
the line. Capella vs'as reached at half-past 3
impossible, owing to the bridge ovor Big Ebor
and the chief engineer, ¿lr. C. E. Quinlan, ar-
at reduced speed In three weeks. The
opened for trafile forthwith at reduced speed.
wore effected.
to spenk. They said that it was simply In-
highest in Clermont nt midday on Thursday
houses as thoy were being swept away, was
respondent took advantage of the permission
ed down. Theresa Creek had to carry all the
Trees in the Brigalow scrubs were cut down
forty or fifty yards. It weighs quite a ton
and a half. The telegraph line has been
washed down for several miles, and men
are busy re-erecting poles. Comparatively
When Theresa Creek was reached it was
Capella side of the bridge the line had been
damaged, but effective repairs have been
Capella. About two miles from Theresa Creek
the line runs through what is known as the
was under water for a considerable depth. It
trees. Some were suspended from branches
12ft high, and under some trees as many as
10 or 12 carcases were lying on each side of
the line. Capella was reached at half-past 3
impossible, owing to the bridge over Big Ebor
and the chief engineer, Mr. C. E. Quinlan, ar-
at reduced speed in three weeks. The
opened for traffic forthwith at reduced speed.
were effected.
to speak. They said that it was simply in-
highest in Clermont at midday on Thursday
houses as they were being swept away, was
POLICE COURTS. ALLEGED RIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 30 May 1896 page Article 2014-04-08 17:01 A Shirn.3 ok MAitrriMr Honni pies
Yesterday, at the Balmain Police Court, belora Mr
(loorgo II Smithers SM, a joung man named
I eonard Lottor, 2J, a Gorman, and a bootmaker hy
occupation, was chnrged with otealmg a gold watch,
valued at £10, tho property of John Riissoll, second
steward of tho R M S Mariposa, on the 10th Mai cb
last On a sccind count ho wnB charged with steal-
ing a gold watch and chain, valued nt £20, tho pro
pert) of Arthiu b D Austin, employed on the
Minno« 1, whilst on tho voyage from Auckland to
Svdnoj, in tho samo vessel, on or about tho 1st
March last On a third count ho wis charged with
ste iling from a cabin on board the EMS Mariposa
vlulst lying at lho Union Comnanj's wharf,
Svdney, two gold rings and a vniuahlo overcoat
valued in all at £12, tho property of James Hay
s> ard, on the Jrd March lost Ona fourth count he
svas charged, on remand from the Central Police
Court, with st"aling a pair of boots, tho property of
Henry Buck, from tho RMS Mariposa, on or
about the 1th March last Evidence basing been
givon, tho accused olocted to bo doalt with sum-
marily, and was sentenced to three mouths' hard
labour on tho first count, and six months' imprison-
ment svith hard labour on tho second chargo lho
inaeistrate ordored that tho watches bo delivered to
the prosecutors on their paying half tho redemption
money lo this tho prosecutors demurred, but tho
magistrate pointed out that he could oidor no other
course On tha third count tho accuc.d ss na ro
manded until Wednesday next Hie prosecutor on
the fourth count intimated his intention of with
draiviug the charge, and tho pnsouor ss ns romovod
tO tho CellS ^m^mm^^m
A SERIES OF MARITIME ROBBERIES.
Yesterday, at the Balmain Police Court, before Mr.
George H. Smithers, S.M., a young man named
Leonard Lotter, 23, a German, and a bootmaker by
occupation, was charged with stealing a gold watch,
valued at £10, the property of John Russell, second
steward of the R.M.S. Mariposa, on the 10th March
last. On a second count he was charged with steal-
ing a gold watch and chain, valued at £20, the pro-
perty of Arthur S. E. Austin, employed on the
Mariposa, whilst on the voyage from Auckland to
Sydney, in the same vessel, on or about the 1st
March last. On a third count he was charged with
stealing from a cabin on board the R.M.S. Mariposa
whilst lying at the Union Company's wharf,
Sydney, two gold rings and a valuable overcoat,
valued in all at £12, the property of James Hay-
ward, on the 3rd March last. On a fourth count he
was charged, on remand from the Central Police
Court, with stealing a pair of boots, the property of
Henry Buck, from the R.M.S. Mariposa, on or
about the 4th March last. Evidence having been
given, the accused elected to be dealt with sum-
marily, and was sentenced to three months' hard
labour on the first count, and six months' imprison-
ment with hard labour on the second charge. The
magistrate ordered that the watches be delivered to
the prosecutors on their paying half the redemption
money. To this the prosecutors demurred, but the
magistrate pointed out that he could order no other
course. On the third count the accused was re-
manded until Wednesday next. The prosecutor on
the fourth count intimated his intention of with-
drawing the charge, and the prisoner was removed
to the cells.
POLICE COURTS. ALLEGED RIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 30 May 1896 page Article 2014-04-08 16:46 In the Summons Division of tho Water Police
Court yesterday, before Mr C Delohory, S M , In-
spector Bremner procoec*ed against Stephan J
>iolan, licensoo of tho Irndesmon's Arms Ilotol,
I lvorpool and Palmor streets, for having sold liquor
on Sunday Dnfeudaut was fined £0, svith 5s Cd
costs, les 3 and distress, in default two months' im-
prisonment 'lho magistrate ordered that half the
linn slnuld bo devoted to the Police Reward Tuna
Maurice Petncno was at tho same court lined 10s
and cOBts, in default three days' imprisonment, for
having beeu found leading an hotel ou Sunday svith
liquor in his possession
Thomas Loop 28, do'cribel as an agont, was at
the Water Police Court soiterday charged ssith
having stolen tho sum of £2 3s Od, jnuse, and n
receipt from a bedroom at the Post Oflico Coflee
Palace King-street, the property of Robert Lagnig
Piosecutor was awakoned duiing tho night by the
ontranco of the accused into his room, sshich was not
locke 1, and latei prosecutor missed his money lie
posihsoly identified accused ns tho man svho entered
the room and who left as noon as prosecutor Rpoko to
him Accused ssns senloucod to threo mouths' im-
prisonment with hard labour
At the Wat-i Pohco Court yesterday, heforo Mr
\Y Johnson, S M , Donald M'Pherson was fined 10s,
in default throo days' imprisonment, for haMng
cruelly ill-treated a horso hy svorkmg it whiist
suffering from a soro shoulder
Court yesterday Isaac Levonson proceeded against
John Hallam und Alfred Manning for nogligent
diivmg Bach of the defendants was Hoed £1, with
1 Is lid costs, levy and distross, or seven days' im-
prisonment
At the Wator Police Court Summons Division
sestcrdav Thomas H Comba proceeded against
Trunk ¡simmonds and Herbert Pym for assault The
foi mor svos fund 10s, svith 27s Sil costs, or 21 days'
imprisonment and the latter wao fined £1, svith ¿7s
8d cost«, or two months' imprisonment Pym was
also hound over to koep the peace towards prosecutor
for six month«
Sdvdai. Liauon Tiuffic
lHFfT AT A CorFPF I AT.ACF
CiirjTi/rY to a Hors
Nlglhilvt Diuviao
AssArar
In the Summons Division of the Water Police
Court yesterday, before Mr. C. Delohery, S.M., In-
spector Bremner proceeded against Stephan J.
Nolan, licensee of the Tradesmen's Arms Hotel,
Liverpool and Palmer streets, for having sold liquor
on Sunday. Defendant was fined £5, with 5s 6d
costs, levy and distress, in default two months' im-
prisonment. The magistrate ordered that half the
fine should be devoted to the Police Reward Fund.
Maurice Petriche was at the same court fined 10s
and costs, in default three days' imprisonment, for
having been found leaving an hotel on Sunday with
liquor in his possession.
Thomas Long, 28, described as an agent, was at
the Water Police Court yesterday charged with
having stolen the sum of £2 3s 9d, purse, and a
receipt from a bedroom at the Post Office Coffee
Palace, King-street, the property of Robert Laging,
Prosecutor was awakened during the night by the
entrance of the accused into his room, which was not
locked, and later prosecutor missed his money. He
positively identified accused as the man who entered
the room and who left as soon as prosecutor spoke to
him. Accused was sentenced to three months' im-
prisonment with hard labour.
At the Water Police Court Yesterday, before Mr.
W. Johnson, S.M., Donald McPherson was fined 10s,
in default three days' imprisonment, for having
cruelly ill-treated a horse by workmg it whilst
suffering from a sore shoulder.
Court yesterday Isaac Levenson proceeded against
John Hallam and Alfred Manning for negligent
driving. Each of the defendants was fined £1, with
14s 6d costs, levy and distress, or seven days' im-
prisonment.
At the Water Police Court Summons Division
yesterday Thomas H. Combe proceeded against
Frank Simmonds and Herbert Pym for assault. The
former was fined 10s, with 27s 8d costs, or 21 days'
imprisonment ; and the latter was fined £1, with 27s
8d costs, or two months' imprisonment. Pym was
also bound over to keep the peace towards prosecutor
for six months.
SUNDAY LIQUOR TRAFFIC.
THEFT AT A COFFEE PALACE.
CRUELTY TO A HORSE.
NEGLIGENT DRIVING.
ASSAULT.
POLICE COURTS. ALLEGED RIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 30 May 1896 page Article 2014-04-08 16:37 I Aijxqed Eiotoüs Beiias/iode. __ I
Tho charca of riotous behaviour against Charles
Townsend ltus«ell, solicitor, ss ns further heard at
(ho Central Police Court 3 eaterday by Mr J Giles,
S M Turther evidenco ssas given for tho prosccu
tion Constable Itouso deposed lo having hoard a
noise nt tho corner of Castlereagh and Market streets
on Sunday morning Constable '.thompson, re-
evidence for the defence had »aid to him after tho
ariest on Saturday night, " Tor goodness sake go
and square it with youl mate and lot lum go llie
man is in the Crosvn Law Office Don't bo a. fool "
Constable Ihompaon replied, " What do you think
tho police are, a lot of schoolboys 5 " Mi Giles said
that had tho nccu-cd gone homo when requested to
do bo by the police no trouble would has e anson
Constable Irviue svas ono of thejiuietest members of
tho police force He (Mr Gilesysvould haso to per-
form his dutj, no matter how painful it was for him
to do so The amiso 1 svas fined 20s, and ordered to
pay £i ¿a complainant s cost«
Tour nosvsboys, named Gep-go Williams, William
Baker, Richard Simmons, and Joseph Walsh, woro
each fined 5s, with Is JOd casts, at tho Central
tho trams whilst m motion
At tho Central Police Court yesterday George
and a vost, tho propcrtv of Messrs Patching and
Bond, George-street, was oontciced to one month's
imprisonment
Jumi ino on TnAMS in Moxrov
_-_ I
CiiArai» of Stealdjo
ALLEGED RIOTOUS BEHAVIOUR.
The charge of riotous behaviour against Charles
Townsend Russell, solicitor, was further heard at
the Central Police Court yesterday by Mr. J. Giles,
S.M. Further evidence was given for the prosecu-
tion. Constable Rouse deposed to having heard a
noise at the corner of Castlereagh and Market streets
on Sunday morning. Constable Thompson, re-
evidence for the defence had said to him after the
arrest on Saturday night, " For goodness sake go
and square it with your mate and let lum go. The
man is in the Crown Law Office. Don't be a fool."
Constable Thompson replied, " What do you think
the police are, a lot of schoolboys ? " Mr. Giles said
that had the accused gone home when requested to
do so by the police no trouble would has arisen.
Constable Irvine was one of the quietest members of
the police force. He (Mr. Giles) would have to per-
form his duty, no matter how painful it was for him
to do so. The accused was fined 20s, and ordered to
pay £3 3s complainant's costs.
Four newsboys, named George Williams, William
Baker, Richard Simmons, and Joseph Walsh, were
each fined 5s, with 4s 10d costs, at the Central
the trams whilst in motion.
At the Central Police Court yesterday George
and a vest, the property of Messrs. Patching and
Bond, George-street, was sentenced to one month's
imprisonment.
JUMPING ON TRAMS IN MOTION.

CHARGE OF STEALING.
DISTRICT COURT. (Before Judge Docker.) ACTIONS FOR ALLEGED SLANDER. Pym v Peacock. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 7 April 1908 page Article 2014-04-08 16:27 thief." The defence was that the words com
I QUINN T WOOD. '
I appeared for the defendant. This was an action
¡ by Thomas Patrick Quinn, of Stanmore, estate
i agent, against Charles Wood, of Petersham,
said to havo been uttered of him by the de-
paign at Stanmore. He first of all alleged'
of Stanmore for what he got;" and, secondly^
vant up to Blackheath to his place, and b«
causo she would not make herself cheap, and
do his wishes, he turned her out, and Bent'
thief." The defence was that the words com-
QUINN v WOOD.
appeared for the defendant. This was an action
by Thomas Patrick Quinn, of Stanmore, estate
agent, against Charles Wood, of Petersham,
said to have been uttered of him by the de-
paign at Stanmore. He first of all alleged
of Stanmore for what he got;" and, secondly,
vant up to Blackheath to his place, and be-
cause she would not make herself cheap, and
do his wishes, he turned her out, and sent
Another Stabbing Affair. A MANLY CASE. ONE MAX SERIOUSLY WOUNDED. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Wednesday 22 February 1899 page Article 2014-04-08 16:06 Another Staling Affair.
A young man named. Herbert Pym, 22, said to
named John Franklin, 20, were going home be
between them in the street, -which re
at once had him removed to the local hospital. Tie
sufferer passed a fair night, and was slightly bet
Hollister, of Manly, and charged with having ma
liciously wounded Pym with intent to do him grie
vous bodily harm. He was brought up at the Wa
ter Police Court his* morning, and remanded for
— ~ — -» ? —
Another Stabbing Affair.
A young man named Herbert Pym, 22, said to
named John Franklin, 20, were going home be-
between them in the street, which re-
at once had him removed to the local hospital. The
sufferer passed a fair night, and was slightly bet-
Hollister, of Manly, and charged with having ma-
liciously wounded Pym with intent to do him grie-
vous bodily harm. He was brought up at the Wa-
ter Police Court his morning, and remanded for

A Melee in the Street. Sydney. Wednesday. (Article), The Maitland Weekly Mercury (NSW : 1894 - 1931), Saturday 25 February 1899 page Article 2014-04-08 16:01 a rather Berious wound on the right side of the
with a penknife. It seems- Pvm and another
aged 20, wore going home between 11 and 12 o'clock
which resulted as Btated. The wound is in a
dangerous place, but Pym managed to proceed soma
distance, up the street when he met three mon
to Dr. Thomab's surgery. The doctor at once had
him removed to tho local hospital. The sufferer
morning, though very weak from having lost a con
Some four hours later Franklin was arraeted arcl
with intent to do him grievous bodily harm. Ha
Svdnev. 'WfldTHinrtAV-
a rather serious wound on the right side of the
with a penknife. It seems Pym and another
aged 20, were going home between 11 and 12 o'clock
which resulted as stated. The wound is in a
dangerous place, but Pym managed to proceed some
distance up the street when he met three mon
to Dr. Thomas's surgery. The doctor at once had
him removed to the local hospital. The sufferer
morning, though very weak from having lost a con-
Some four hours later Franklin was arrested and
with intent to do him grievous bodily harm. He
Sydney, Wednesday.
INTERCOLONIAL NEWS. [BY TELEGRAPH.] New South Wales. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. (Article), Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954), Thursday 23 February 1899 page Article 2014-04-08 15:56 I SYDNISV, Vpilnesilay Af lernoon.
Herbert Pym, aged 22 years, ead John
Jinn ly Beach to-day, when they quarrelled.
They fought als}, and Pym was so badly hurt
S, Page, who recently arrived from Queens-
land, where he wiri engaged in mining
tho polico are inquiring as to his where-
abouts. At tho timo of his arrival
in Sydney Pago was in possession of
a largo sum of money and shortly intended
Tho following sentences were passed at the
Quarter Sessions to-day :-Thornton, embez-
zlement, two years' hard labor ; Jfary Pow
. [BY TEfVEOttAJ'H.J
SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon.
Herbert Pym, aged 22 years, and John
Manly Beach to-day, when they quarrelled.
They fought also, and Pym was so badly hurt
S. Page, who recently arrived from Queens-
land, where he was engaged in mining
the police are inquiring as to his where-
abouts. At the time of his arrival
in Sydney Page was in possession of
a large sum of money and shortly intended
The following sentences were passed at the
Quarter Sessions to-day :— Thornton, embez-
zlement, two years' hard labor ; Mary Pow-
[BY TELEGRAPH.]
For Women— Gossip About Recent Happenings Staying at Manly. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Monday 21 January 1924 page Article 2014-04-08 09:07 Robinton
(Mill Jean Hin-
Wentvtorth Parties.
MY. Jack Richards gave on enjoy
able supper parly nt the Wentworth
Cafe on Saturday night. Among these
(West Maltiand), MIsb l. Sweeney,
Mtas n. Fefan, Mies Phyl Weaton
(West Moltland). Miss Gladys Brown,
Mersrn. N. H. M'CHdlt, B. Oreeaham.
n, Jones, and Albert Jones. ?
At another table, Mr. Norman Lay
rock entertained a number'ot friends' to
celebrate the birthday ot Mist Lorna
Creo.ru. Those present were Miss Enid
C reaves, Mlas D. Tucknald, Mlas Dot
l'hllllps, M. C. Jaofer. Mr. 'Bert Bald,
infl Mr. Bryan C. Duffy.
Mr. N. H. Wtlilams entertained
Miss Myrn. Richards, Mlsa Patricia
Jones, and Mr. Claude Marty. ^
Prior to her marrlagg to Mr. n*nk
Dulnn, Miss Barhara Crawford was
elven a delightful kitchen tea, at Uie
Masonic Hall, Band wick. tTesrJy no
inecds were present.' ana danrlnaf and
games added to the acjoymaat «. tho
evenlue. Aaone those srasantvinns
MrsTlUdka, ' Mlas SaBderson,'. ilrs.
WJJmoro. Mies Feeney,-MUs O'Uhgfa.
lln, Miss Clem, Mra._LoiiB, Muw'liun
llton, Mlas M'Poraelt Itf. QoBtn, J(r,
Mensles. Mr. Bwlke. Mr. Cameron, and
Itr.- Wllnon;-, \- . ? ?_
A flulit V/miiina. [.
?The wedding of Ulan *%ynit 4t»i
Apsley and the UM |tnt Ajialev, aol
Mr. William I'yte. eldest son of Mr..
K. Reid, of ?\Yall!H1nd. was solemnlBed
at St I.nli'-'s Church, Wall«en-J, on
Baturday. January 11. llev. W. F.
Pykc oniclnteil. The bride, who was
given away liy her father, was charni
Inely gowne.l In white crepe de chine.
Her embroidered tulle veil was held In
place with n bond of orange blossoms,
and she cirri''! ft ?ile.vfr bouquet.
?The bridesmaid!! were Mlna D. TounK
and Miss M. U'cbie (niece of the.
and hats to mne Mr. J. Analey and
Mr. J. Hardy attended tho bride
groom I --Her u reception wu held,
at which, owing to a recant bereave
ment, nnly Immediate: relatives were
Robinson
(Mis Jean Hin-
Wentworth Parties.
Mr. Jack Richards gave an enjoy-
able supper parly at the Wentworth
Cafe on Saturday night. Among those
(West Maitland), Miss L. Sweeney,
Miss R. Fefan, Miss Phyl Weston
(West Maitland), Miss Gladys Brown,
Messrs. N. H. McCridll, S. Greesham,
D. Jones, and Albert Jones.
At another table, Mr. Norman Lay-
cock entertained a number of friends to
celebrate the birthday of Miss Lorna
Greaves. Those present were Miss Enid
Greaves, Miss D. Tuckfield, Miss Dot
Phillips, M. C. Jaefer, Mr. Bert Reid,
and Mr. Bryan C. Duffy.
Mr. N. H. Williams entertained
Miss Myra Richards, Miss Patricia
Jones, and Mr. Claude Marby.
Prior to her marriage to Mr. Frank
Quinn, Miss Barbara Crawford was
given a delightful kitchen tea, at the
Masonic Hall, Randwick. Neearly 160
friends were present, and dancing and
games added to the enjoyment of the
evening. Among those present were
Mrs. Radke, Miss Sanderson, Mrs.
Wilmore, Miss Feeney, Miss O'Lough-
lin, Miss Clegg, Mrs. Long, Miss Ham-
ilton, Miss McDonnell, Mr. Quinn, Mr.
Menzies, Mr. Radke, Mr. Cameron, and
Mr. Wilmore.
A Quiet Wedding.
The wedding of Miss Phyllis Aps-
Apsley and the late Mrs. Apsley, and
Mr. William Pyke, eldest son of Mrs.
E. Reid, of Wallsend, was solemnised
at St. Luke's Church, Wallsend, on
Saturday, January 12. Rev. W. F.
Pyke officiated. The bride, who was
given away by her father, was charm-
ingly gowned in white crepe de chine.
Her embroidered tulle veil was held in
place with a band of orange blossoms,
and she carried a shower bouquet.
The bridesmaids were Miss D. Young
and Miss M. Begbie (niece of the
and hats to tone. Mr. J. Apsley and
Mr. J. Hardy attended the bride-
groom. Later a reception was held,
at which, owing to a recant bereave-
ment, only immediate relatives were
For Women— Gossip About Recent Happenings Staying at Manly. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Monday 21 January 1924 page Article 2014-04-08 08:57 A delightful supper dnnre unrglvrn
lis Mr. Harley M'LJiuKhlln nt th- O
uiiio, Bondl, on Thursday night. Ainnnj
llwwe present were l-r. and Mm. Tay
l-ir. Dr. and Mrs. Donovan. Mm. JIKil
I'P, Mr. Boh Bucklcton, Mr. nnd Mr.i
If. S. Dellmann. Dr. nnd Mm. Wall.
Mias Mockny. Miss Ivy Urudzlak anil
Mr. lloban.
Prior to leaving for her new rial
at Trnmliy Court. DjillnghurM. Mrs.
Crvfiifleld .who hns hc.-n staying for
Eomq weekn at the Hntel Auptralln.
e'tve :in cnjuyable afternoon inrty In
Ilic Winter nardfn. The table was
1c'or.it'd with pale pfnk camatlnnK.
Aiiio:i^ th' puests were Mrs. lll.nr.
-Mis., l:«sie Uerard. and Mr. Waller
Kirl.y.
At the Ambassadors. i
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Parka, of Darling
party at The Ambassadors on Wednes
day afternoon. Their guests 1nclud«*1
M. and Mm- Gulllaume, QuIUon. M.
anil Mmr. N Browne, Mr. and Mrs
Karamell. anil Mm. Q. E. B. Ruurll.
To soj' fareueir to Hied Jiagulre. of
Auckland. N.Z . who left hy the Orvleto
on Saturday, m take ui» Journalism in
London, and Mrs. F. TV. Wood, a. dis
tinguished Women's Collage student,
who has been In Sydney for a few
weeks, Mrs. H. S. Urttmann, ot Gor
fit Farmer't. Among those present
were Dr. Constance IVArcy, Mrs.
Meares Mitchell, Mr*. C. G. Nicholson,
Mrs. W. A. . Dettmann (who was ac
Edna and Orace Dtttuiann), Mrs.
Donovan. Mrs. M'Killop, and Ulaa Ruby
A delightful supper dance was given
by Mr. Harley McLaughlin at the Ca-
sino, Bondi, on Thursday night. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs. Tay-
lor, Dr. and Mrs. Donovan, Mrs. McKil-
lop, Mr. Bob Buckleton, Mr. and Mrs.
H. S. Dettmann, Dr. and Mrs. Wall,
Miss Mackay, Miss Ivy Brodziak, and
Mr. Hoban.
Prior to leaving for her new flat
at Tramby Court, Darlinghurst, Mrs.
Greenfield, who has been staying for
some weeks at the Hotel Australia,
gave an enjoyable afternoon party in
the Winter Garden. The table was
decorated with pale pink carnations.
Among the guests were Mrs. Blair,
Miss Bessie Gerard, and Mr. Walter
Kirby.
At the Ambassadors.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Parks, of Darling
party at The Ambassadors on Wednes-
day afternoon. Their guests included
M. and Mme. Guillaume, Guillon, M.
and Mme. N. Browne, Mr. and Mrs.
Kammell, and Mrs. Q. E. B. Russell.
To say farewell to Miss Maguire, of
Auckland, N.Z., who left by the Orvieto
on Saturday, to take up journalism in
London, and Mrs. F. W. Wood, a dis-
tinguished Women's College student,
who has been in Sydney for a few
weeks, Mrs. H. S. Dettmann, of Gor-
at Farmer's. Among those present
were Dr. Constance D'Arcy, Mrs.
Meares Mitchell, Mrs. C. G. Nicholson,
Mrs. W. A. Dettmann (who was ac-
Edna and Grace Dettmann), Mrs.
Donovan, Mrs. McKillop, and Miss Ruby

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