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  1. LOCAL ART EXAMINATIONS.
    South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900) Wednesday 26 June 1895 p 5 Article
    Abstract: At the local Art Examinations held on Wednesday, May 15, by authority of the Board of Governors of the Public Library, &c., of South Australia, out o ... 521 words
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    Register 26 June 1895 p 9 Mrs. Hubbe's School (teacher, Miss Laughton). — Pass — Catherine Angus, Elizabeth Wade Angus, Annie Millicent Clark, Annie Dorothea Gee.

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  2. LOCAL ART EXAMINATIONS.
    South Australian Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1895) Saturday 29 June 1895 p 9 Article
    Abstract: At the local art examinations held on Wednesday, May 15 by authority of the board of governors of the Public Library, &c., of South Australia, out bt ... 516 words
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    Chronicle 29 June 1895 p 9 D Gee passes first grade free hand drawing

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  3. LOCAL ART EXAMINATIONS.
    The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922) Tuesday 9 June 1896 p 3 Article
    Abstract: At the local art examinations held by authority of the board of governors of the Public Library on May 20 and 23 the following candidates were succes ... 591 words
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  4. LOCAL ART AND SCIENCE EXAMINATIONS.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Saturday 12 December 1896 p 6 Article
    Abstract: On Friday the examiner announced the results of the examination in second-grade freehand held on Saturday, December 5. They are as 350 words
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    Advertiser 12 Dec 1896 p 6 LOCAL ART AND SCIENCE EXAMINATIONS.On Friday the examiner announced the results of the examination in second-grade free-hand held on Saturday, December 5. They are as follow:-School of Design.—Good—Daisy Gemmell Brooker b Philip John Lievre,a Ruby Agnes Rankine,b Pass— Elsie May Bradley a, Goynmer Lewell Edwards,a Annie Dorothea Gee, Ethel May James, Rose Johnson,a Julius Alfred Mannheim,a Ernest William Molloy,a Arnold Edwin V. Ricbardson,b Zetta Emma Smith, Alexander August Vollprecht,b Lillie Lampstead White

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  5. SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S GARDEN OF GIRLS. No. 4.
    Quiz and the Lantern (Adelaide, SA : 1890 - 1900) Thursday 3 February 1898 p 11 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: MISS DOROTHY GEE. 10 words
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    Photo of Dorothea

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  6. ART AND SCIENCE EXAMINATIONS.
    Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912) Monday 24 October 1898 p 2 Article
    Abstract: Examinations in Intermediate Solid and Second-grade Plane and Solid Geometry and in Model Drawing were held by authority of the Board of Governors of ... 785 words
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    SECOND-GRADE MODEL DRAWING.
    School of Design, 4 c., Adelaide.—Excel
    lent — Hilda Schlank, ]jena Unbehaun.
    Good—*Garfield Daly,*Annie Dorothea Ge

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  7. Society Gossip.
    Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924) Saturday 30 September 1899 p 29 Article
    Abstract: Mrs. John Shiels, Roxburgh House, Parkside, is giving an At Home on Saturday, October 7. Mr. John De Baun, of the Palace Hotel, 1048 words
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    Aii enjoyable dance was given in St.
    David's Hall, Burnside, on September 15
    by a committee of ladies and gentlenien.
    Among those present were Mrs. Gee,
    blue and black. Miss D. Gee, white chiffon

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  8. Tables Topics.
    Quiz and the Lantern (Adelaide, SA : 1890 - 1900) Thursday 26 April 1900 p 8 Article
    Abstract: The engagement is announced of Mr Fred. Lawrance, son of Mr Vinrace Lawrance, of North Adelaide, to Miss Kathleen Collier, second daughter of Mr A. H ... 1468 words
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    Mrs John Bosworth gave a delightful dance at her charming residence at Magill on the evening of April 18, The ball room and supper room were both beautifully decorated with the patriotic red, white, and blue.Miss Dorothy
    Gee looked very well in white muslin;

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  9. Fair and Unfair
    Quiz (Adelaide, SA : 1900 - 1909) Thursday 3 January 1901 p 7 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Mrs A. E. Tolley is staying at Glenelg. Mr and Mrs Henning, of W.A., are spending a holiday in Adelaide. Dr an Mrs Broods (Salisbury) have left for 1135 words
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    Miss Dorothy Gee and Miss E. Martin are
    spending a short holiday at Port Willunga

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  10. At the Onkaparinga Races. A DUSTY, YET DELIGHTFUL DAY.
    Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924) Saturday 13 April 1901 p 25 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Mrs. Moxon Cook (Melb.) looked well in a cream sicilienne skirt, with cream glace blouse, patterned with tiny rosebuds, trimmed with guipure lace and ... 811 words
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    At the Onkaparinga Races. Miss Dorothy Gee, stone grey cloth coat and skirt, white beaver hat with black plumes.

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  11. "The Review of Reviews."
    Quiz (Adelaide, SA : 1900 - 1909) Wednesday 17 July 1901 p 6 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: The review proved to be cue of the most brilliant pages of this historical novelette. The occasion, in addition to being an important historical func ... 1393 words
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    At the Review of Troops Miss Dorothy Gee, grey cloth tailor
    made costume, white fancy straw hat,
    with black trimmings.

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  12. IN Society
    Quiz (Adelaide, SA : 1900 - 1909) Wednesday 16 October 1901 p 8 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Mr. and Mrs. F. Chapple returned on Saturday by the India. Mr. and Mrs.D. Hayward left on a holiday for Sydney on Saturday. 1809 words
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  13. Garden Party at Government house.
    Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924) Saturday 2 November 1901 p 24 Article
    Abstract: His Excellency the Governor and Lady Tennyson entertained about 2,000 guests at a garden party on Wednesday last. That one adjunct without which no o ... 1563 words
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    Mrs.Gee, becoming gown of black silk. Miss Dorothy
    Gee, pretty frock of white muslin,tucked with insertion;Panama straw hat caught up with clusters of Autumn foliage and pink roses. Garden party at Government House

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  14. In Society’s Moods. At the Sign of Four O’
    Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924) Saturday 17 August 1901 p 23 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: A big crowd went out to Victoria Park oil Saturday to see the Grand National Hurdle won, neither by Leiroo, Barton or Ebb (each were backed by a 2463 words
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  15. Society Gossip.
    Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924) Saturday 10 August 1901 p 23 Article
    Abstract: Miss Minnie Jennings has returned from Victoria. Miss K. Gordon leaves shortly on a visit to Melbourne. 2396 words
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    The students of the Agricultural College,Roseworthy, gave their
    annual dance on Friday, July 26th. Visitors from Adelaide were met at Gawler and taken out to the college in drags. After watching the sports for a short time, every one was provided with afternoon tea.High tea was served at 6 o'clock. Dancing started at 8 o'clock. Amongst those present were—Mrs. James Martin Gawler grey voile skirt;pink bodice draped with lace.Miss Martin, frock of soft white material, pink chiffon fichu. Miss Rose Cudmore, black broche. MissA.Cudmore, black silk.Miss Edith Gwynne,black satin Miss Emery,black. Miss Husband (Melbourne), turquoiseblue satin.Miss Hodge, green silk.Miss Jefteries, white silk.Miss Seppelt white broche, with black and white chiffon trimmings.Miss Fitch,pink silk.Miss Ruth Berry, blue dress.Miss Dorothy Gee, black, with, Maltese lace.Miss. Sprod, white silk.Miss Atkinson, white silk. Miss Faulkner,soft orange silk.Miss E. Martin, pink and white muslin. Miss Oollison, white frock, with red roses.Miss Marshall,white satin.Miss Davies, blueandwhite foulard.Miss N. Fotheringham, white silk.Miss Mary Crawford, white silk.The Misses Longbotham (nieces of Professor Lowrie), all in white.

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  16. Fair and Unfair.
    Quiz (Adelaide, SA : 1900 - 1909) Wednesday 21 August 1901 p 7 Article
    Abstract: A number of philanthropic people filled the large schoolroom at the Carrington-street Orphanage, devoted to Wednesday's Bazaar in aid of that 4610 words
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    Mrs. Gee, black silk; Miss D. Gee, a pretty white brocade dress, with pearl passementerie and chiffon for a social in the Norwood Town Hall held by the Mayor and Mayoress.

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  17. GOVERNMENT HOUSE GARDEN PARTY.
    Quiz (Adelaide, SA : 1900 - 1909) Wednesday 30 October 1901 p 7 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: The Government House garden party on Wednesday aternoon was one of the most brilliant functions ever held at Government House. The weather was 2100 words
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    Mrs. Gee
    wore black brocade, white chiffon
    ruffle, and smart black toque with steel
    insertion; Miss Dorothy Gee was in
    whie muslin and large cream hat, with
    cerise roses

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  18. PERSONAL NOTES FROM ENGLAND. "The Register" Office, 80, Fleet street. LONDON, February 14.
    The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929) Monday 17 March 1902 p 5 Article
    Abstract: The King's first levee, held at St. James's Palace on February 11, was brilliant and exceptionally well attended. The privilege of private entree was ... 3241 words
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    Register 17 March 1902 p 5 Feb 14 Miss Gee mentioned as coming back to England because of the bad weather

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  19. PERSONAL NOTE FROM ENGLAND. The Register Office, 80 Flect street. LONDON, March 21
    The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929) Tuesday 22 April 1902 p 6 Article
    Abstract: The King and Queen held the first Court of their reign at Buckingham Palace on the evening of March 14. It was in every respect a brilliant function. ... 5047 words
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    Register 22 April 1902 p 6 March 21 Miss Dorothy Gee has been spending time time with her cousin, Mrs. Allingham at Hampstead, and contemplates before long visiting other relatives in the provinces.

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  20. PERSONAL NOTES FROM LONDON. The Register Office, 80 Fleet street, LONDON. March 21.
    Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904) Saturday 26 April 1902 p 22 Article
    Abstract: The King and Queen held the first Court of. their reign at Buckingham Palace on the evening of March 14. It was in every respect a brilliant function ... 4490 words
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  21. PERSONAL NOTES FROM ENGLAND. The Register Office, 80 Fleet street, LONDON, May 30
    The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929) Friday 4 July 1902 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The English newspapers are still finding plenty to say about the resignation of Lord Hopetoun. The writer of "Colonial Affairs" in The Morning Post p ... 5045 words
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    Register 4 July 1902 p 7 May 30 Miss A. Montgomery Martin is sojourning with relatives in Worcester. She is in excellent health and spirits. Miss Dorothy Gee has been paying visits in different parts of England, and is now staying with a cousin in Edinburgh.

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  22. LONDON PERSONAL GOSSIP London, August 15, 1902.
    The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922) Wednesday 17 September 1902 p 3 Article
    Abstract: Among the South Australians who enjoyed the splendid view of the Coronation procession to and from the Abbey, obtainable from the colonial stand, wer ... 2236 words
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  23. LONDON PERSONAL GOSSIP. London, August 1, 1902.
    Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954) Saturday 6 September 1902 p 41 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Sir Edmund Barton, when in Scotland, was struck by the quiet demeanour of the students at the Edinburgh capping ceremony and the absence of interrupt ... 1321 words
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    Chronicle 6 Sept 1902 p 41, August 1 Miss Dorothy Gee has been visiting relatives in Manchester, but is returning to London for the Coronation. During Coronation week she is to have afternoon tea on the terrace at the House of Commons. Recently Miss Gee had lunch at the House, and was fortunate enough to hear Mr. Balfour and Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman speak afterwards.

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  24. LONDON PERSONAL GOSSIP (From our Special Correspondent.) London, August 15, 1902.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Wednesday 17 September 1902 p 9 Article
    Abstract: Among the South Australians who enjoyed the splendid view of the Coronation procession to and from the Abbey, obtainable from the colonial stand, wer ... 2232 words
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    Advertiser 17 Sept 1902 p 9, August 15 Miss. Dorothy Gee, now the Coronation is over, goes to Wales to spend a few weeks at Pensarn. She attended the last test match, and, alas, saw her countrymen beaten.

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  25. PERSONAL NOTES FROM LONDON. 80, Fleet street, September 26.
    Adelaide Observer (SA : 1843 - 1904) Saturday 1 November 1902 p 29 Article
    Abstract: The health of Lord Salisbury has been the subject of late bulletins from Lucerne, and it was a relief to know early in the week that he had taken a d ... 2922 words
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    Observer 1 Nov 1902 p 29, Sept 26 Miss Dorothy Gee is for the present making Manchester her headquarters, whence she has been making excursions to Yorkshire and other parts of the north countree.

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  26. LONDON PERSONAL NOTES (From our Special Correspondent.) London, July 24, 1903.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 25 August 1903 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived on Monday evening at Mount Edgcumbe on a visit to Lord Mount-Edgcumbe and Lady Ernestine Edgcumbe. Mount Edg ... 3193 words
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    Advertiser 25 August 1903 p 7 July 24 Miss Dorothy Gee has been having a gay time in London during the season, and has indulged in boating on the Thames, walking, dancing, motoring, and general sight-seeing. She found time for a fortnight on the Isle of Wight, and much enjoyed that interesting little island. She has seen some of the best cricket matches at Lords. and tennis played there in the medieval style. She has also seen Irving, Ellen Terry, and Sarah Bernhardt, besides most of the new plays as they have appeared.After her social engagements in London are over Miss Gee is off to Scotland to recuperate before paying a round of country visits. Later on she and one of her cousins propose a three-months' trip to Paris and Geneva.

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  27. LONDON PERSONAL NOTES (From our Special Correspondent.) London, April 29, 1904. The King and Queen.
    The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931) Tuesday 31 May 1904 p 8 Article
    Abstract: The King and Queen left London on Monday to pay their promised visit to Ireland. Owing to the semi-private character of the visit there was an absenc ... 2057 words
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    Advertiser 31 May 1904 p 8 April 29 Miss Lucy Kemp-Welch, who has won great success as a painter, has made a sketch of Miss Gee.The engagement is announced of Miss Dorothy Gee to Dr. C. H. Melland. The bridegroom-elect is an M.D. of London, a member of the Royal College of Physicians. London, and a B.Sc, of the University of Manchester, in which town he has a lucrative practice. Dr. Melland is also honorary physician to two of the leading medical institutions in Manchester.

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  28. APPROACHING MARRIAGES.
    Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954) Saturday 25 March 1905 p 48 Article
    Abstract: The wedding of Miss A. Logan, daughter of Mrs. Logan, of "Greenvale," Kels, N.Z., and [?] of Lady Boucaut, Glenelg, to Staff-Captain O'Brien, Hon. A. ... 94 words
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    Chronicle 25 March 1905 p 48 The marriage of Miss Dorothy Gee, daughter of Mr. Lionel C. E. Gee, to Dr. C. H. Melland, of Manchester, will take place in July. Mrs. Gee leaves Adelaide shortly to attend the wedding, and among the guests will be State Agent J. G. Jenkins and Mrs. Jenkins.NOTE THEY MARRIED ON 29 SEPTEMBER 1906

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  29. PERSONAL NOTES FROM ENGLAND The Register Office, 80 Fleet street. LONDON, September 28.
    Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931) Saturday 3 November 1906 p 41 Article
    Abstract: The engagement is announced of Miss Maude Edith Browne, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Browne, of Buckland Park, South Australia, and of 1076 words
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    Observer Sat 3 Nov 1906 p 41 London September 28 Mr. Ernest M. Martin has severed his business connection with the South Wales Electrical Power Distribution Company, and next week will begin work in the service of the Tudor Accumulator Company. Residence in London will be necessary for the first couple of months, and later Mr. Martin will probably be quartered in Birmingham, whence he will have to cover South Wales and the Western Midlands. Tomorrow Mr. Martin will go to Derby to attend the wedding of Miss Dorothy Gee.NOTE D and C MARRIED 29 SEPT 1906

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  30. MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Wednesday 31 October 1906 p 8 Article
    Abstract: Dr. Kearney, who has been in Kalgoorlie for many years, and connected with public affairs, has accepted a position at Pingelly as district medical 990 words
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    Daily News Perth 31 Oct 1906 p 8 Miss Annie Dorothea Gee, the only child of Mr. Lionel C. E. Gee of Adelaide, was married on September 29 to Dr. Charles Herbert Melland, son of Mr. Frederick Melland, of Manchester. The ceremony, took place at the Parish Church, Drlffield, amongst the clergy men who officiated being the Rev. W. Llewlyn Harford, cousin of the bride.

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  31. ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN.
    The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929) Monday 5 November 1906 p 10 Article
    Abstract: Capt. Percy Balfour, the fiance of Maude Edith Browne, or Buckland Park, is related to Mr. Arthur J. Balfour, the Minister. The wedding is 2188 words
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    Register 5 Nov 1906, p10 On September 29. at the parish church of Duffield, was celebrated the wedding of Miss Annie Dorothea, only child of Mr. Lionel C. E. Gee of Adelaide, to Charles Herbert Melland. M.D, son of Mr. Frederick Melland, of Manchester. The officiating clergy were the Rev. W. M. D. La Touche. Vicar of Stokesay. who was assisted by the Rev. J. C. P. Aldous, Vicar of the parish, and by the Rev W. Llewellyn Herford, M.A., Rector of St. Matthew's, Ardwick, and cousin of the bride.

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  32. ANGLO-AUSTRALIAN.
    The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929) Tuesday 27 November 1906 p 6 Article
    Abstract: On board the R.M.S. Tentonic, Mrs. Birks whiled away a little time by writing to a friend in London an account of the unpleasant experiences of herse ... 1869 words
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  33. SOCIAL NOTES.
    Observer (Adelaide, SA : 1905 - 1931) Saturday 1 December 1906 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Mrs. Popham is spending a few days in Gawler. Miss E. Wyatt is spending a holiday in Melbourne. 944 words
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  34. Family Notices
    The Register (Adelaide, SA : 1901 - 1929) Wednesday 2 December 1908 p 11 Family Notices
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    Birth of Roger Melland

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  35. Family Notices
    Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954) Saturday 30 June 1917 p 27 Family Notices
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    MELLAND.— On the 14th June, at Fallowfield, Manchester, to Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Melland (nee Dorothea Gee)— a daughter.

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  36. From ROSALIND'S NOTEBOOK Brides To-Be For India
    The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954) Saturday 8 September 1934 p 19 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: TWO Adelaide girls will sail on the Strathnaver next Thursday to be married and make their homes in India. They are Miss Rosalie Joyce 2306 words
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    Miss Janet Beith, the brilliant young novelist, whose first book "No Second Spring" was one of last year's outstanding novels, has become engaged to Mr. Roger Melland, the only son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Melland, of Fallowfield, Manchester, and grandson of the well-known veteran, Mr. Lionel Gee, who lives at Burnside. As Dorothea Gee, Mrs. Melland will be remembered as one of Adelaide's striking beauties in her girlhood. Mr. Gee showed me this week the photograph of the young novelist, a Derbyshire girl, who won a £4,800 prize for her book — the biggest award ever offered for a novel. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beith, of Chinley, Derbyshire, and Glencairn, Dumfriesshire.

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  37. Family Notices
    Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954) Thursday 28 September 1950 p 42 Family Notices
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    DEATHS MELLAND. —On September 15, at 17 Ladybarn road, Fallowfield, Manchester, in her 70th year, Annie Doro thea, dearly loved wife of Charles H. Melland and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Egremont Gee, of Adelaide, South Australia, after a long and trying illness courageously and patiently borne.

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  38. Society Gossip.
    Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924) Saturday 10 November 1900 p 25 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Miss L. Scott leaves for Melbourne on Saturday. Miss Gee intends taking a trip on the Continent shortly. 1267 words
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  39. Society Gossip.
    Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924) Saturday 24 November 1900 p 26 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Mrs. Lennitte has returned from Melbourne. Mr. Gr. B. Turnbull returned by the Orimuz on Monday. 1655 words
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  40. Society Gossip.
    Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924) Saturday 3 November 1900 p 26 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Mrs. Shaw last Meek left for Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. Barr Smith leave for Mt. Barker this week. 1963 words
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  41. Mayoress Reception.
    Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924) Saturday 17 November 1900 p 29 Article
    Abstract: His Worship the Mayor (Mr. A. W. Ware) and Mrs. Ware had a brilliantly bright day for their reception on Victoria Park on Friday afternoon. About 2815 words
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  42. Table Topics.
    Quiz (Adelaide, SA : 1900 - 1909) Thursday 14 March 1901 p 8 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: On Saturday His Excellency the Governor, accompanied by Lord Richard Nevill and the Hon. J. G. Jenkins, had luncheon with the Committee of the Royal ... 1069 words
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  43. Table Topics.
    Quiz (Adelaide, SA : 1900 - 1909) Thursday 11 April 1901 p 8 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: The marriage of Miss Amy Dean, niece of Miss Bagshaw, with Mr W. Berry took place at Christ Church on Tuesday 1557 words
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  44. The Society of Arts.
    Quiz (Adelaide, SA : 1900 - 1909) Wednesday 10 July 1901 p 10 Article
    Abstract: There was a very large attendance at the opening of the Society of Arts on Thursday evenings, the Governor and Lady Tennyson 454 words
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  45. Fair and Unfair.
    Quiz (Adelaide, SA : 1900 - 1909) Wednesday 24 July 1901 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The Pickwick Club will hold their annual dance on the 9th August in the North Adelaide Institute. Mrs. Harry Taylor has issued 2495 words
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  46. Fair and Unfair.
    Quiz (Adelaide, SA : 1900 - 1909) Wednesday 31 July 1901 p 7 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: The marriage of Miss Addie Balk, youngest daughter of Mrs. Balk, of Marlborough-street, East Adelaide, to Mr. Fred Duncan took place at her 3373 words
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  47. Society Gossip.
    Critic (Adelaide, SA : 1897-1924) Saturday 24 August 1901 p 24 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Mr. Tyndall has returned to his station in the North. Mrs. E. B. Grundy has gone to Port Elliot for a change. 3492 words
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  48. IN SOCIETY
    Quiz (Adelaide, SA : 1900 - 1909) Tuesday 24 December 1901 p 8 Article
    Abstract: Lieutenant H.R. Corpe is still in England undergoing a course of training before Ms return to Adelaide. The Misses Blair, of Woodville, last 1341 words
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  49. SHIPPING NEWS. Semaphore.—January 6:—Time of high and low water doubtful.
    Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912) Monday 6 January 1902 p 2 Article
    Abstract: ARRIVED.—January 4. [?]h Canon, ship, 2,075 tons. S. Clark, master, from Glaggow . General cargo. G. Wills and Co., agents. 518 words
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