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  4. IN THE SOCIAL SPHERE. WEDDINGS.

    At St. Paul's Church of England, East Brisbane, on December 3, the marriage was solemuised of Mr. Leslie Haffeaden (voungest son of Mrs. P. A. Haffenden, ...

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  5. FOR SICK CHILDREN. "COURIER" CHRISTMAS TREE FUND.

    In a neat, childish handwriting came a letter yesterday from "Stella" (Yeerongpilly) accompanying a subscription towards the Children's Hospital Christmas ...

    Article : 112 words
  6. FOR SUMMER DAYS.

    After the heat of the day, when the breeze freshens, in addition of a gay silk scarf to the crepe de Chine frock is both practical and becoming. Pierre Younitzky, Paris. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 36 words
  7. AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE DANCE.

    The Diploma Day celebrations at the Queensland Agricultural High School and College were concluded at night with a very successful dance The main building ...

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  8. BAILEY—BROWNE.

    At the Woombye Methodist Church on December 10 the Rev. J. Heaton solemnised the marriage of Mr. William John Bailey (second son of Mr. and Mrs.T. ...

    Article : 276 words
  9. EARWAKER—WOOLNOUGH.

    The marriage of Mr. John G. Earwaker (elder son of the late Mr. J. E. Earwaker and Mrs. Earwaker, Brisbane) to Miss Marjorie C. Woolnough (second ...

    Article : 124 words
  10. BLACKHEATH HOME.

    The Women's Auxiliary met in the Ann-street Church last Wednesday, when Miss Douglas Brown (vice-president) occupied the chair. The president ...

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  11. BROOKS—REES.

    The marriage was solemnised of Mr. R. S. Brooks (eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Brooks, Campsie Glen, Black Mountain road) and Miss Myfanwy Martha Rees ...

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  12. FAREWELL GATHERING.

    For overi 30 years Mrs. P. L. Townley and her husband (the late Dr. Townley) had resided in Gayndah prior to the latter's death, and in recognition of the ...

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  13. WINDSOR CROQUET CLUB.

    A pleasant afternoon was spent on the Windsor croquet lawns last Wednesday, when the members of the club entertained Mrs. J. F. Chapman, who, as the club's ...

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  14. FOR TRAVELLING WEAR.

    The wide-brimmed hat is almost impossible for travelling, but the small, smartly draped model is always smart and serviceable. Pierre Younitzky, Paris. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. ARABIAN ART.

    The Arabian Art Salons, Ltd., have recently secured much larger premises in Queen-street (which have until quite lately been occupied by Messrs. Gredden Ltd.), ...

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  16. SKENE—STEVENSON.

    At the Presbyterian Church, East Brisbane, on December 12, the marriage was solemnised of Mr. Sydney A. Skene (eldest son of Mrs. Skene and the late Mr. ...

    Article : 266 words
  17. BRIDES-ELECT HONOURED.

    Mrs. B. E. Stevens was hostess to a number of guests at a linen tea at Vaughan's Cafe yesterday in honour of Miss B. Perkins, whose marriage will take ...

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  18. STUDENTS' RECITAL.

    Those present at Mr. Claude Wearne's students' recital last Thursday evening included Mr. and Mrs. Booty, Mr. and Mrs. Bath, Mr. and Mrs. Timperley, Mr. ...

    Article : 203 words
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