Observer, Rōrahi XI, Putanga 633, 14 Huitanguru 1891, Page 17
George, the wheelwright, has got a girl at last j now you've got her, mind you keep her. Tommy and Rose are going to tie the fatal knot shortly. Winter says he is getting full up of single blessedness and is thinking of getting ma-ried soon. Wasn't Lucy piling on the agony with George at the sports. Has Jenny chucked Jimmy up ? I never see them together BOW. The widow is back at the pie shop again. Who was the chap that was seeing the girl home from the racecourse on Sunday evening ? Rather late to >~e out. What jam those two mashers were piling on with the young widow. What would Jack say if he came to hear of it? Many old faces were not to be seen at the last dance. Was the Caledonian concert the attraction. What brought so many of the Tomoana boys to the dance ? Was it to find partners for their dance ou Wednesday week ?