Observer, Volume XV, Issue 831, 1 December 1894, Page 21
J. R. says he has fine times of it now that he has a young lady to catch his horse.. .Too bad of C.N. not to take M.M. to the sports when she asked him... Who was it that took D.P. home from Garston the other night? Not F.D. Surely ?..W. F. and M.C. are not so thick now...J.E/ says the young men are a slow lot. She can't get a masher among them...F.K. is still lavishing his affections on M. Have you not heard the song, ' Take care, beware she is fooling (,thee?'. .J.R. says he will be a maseer of the first water when his moustache grows.