Observer, Volume XVI, Issue 978, 25 September 1897, Page 21
The social which was given by the ladies was a decided success. A word of praise is' due to the committee for the satisfactory way in which everything was arranged and carried through. The music, supplied by Messrs J Brown (piano) and T Donovan (violin), was voted simply delightful. Tl c Misses Hancock deserve credit for the way in which the interior of the hall was decorated. The weather being favourable, a good supply of wall flowers were present... B B made a charming picture while singing his little ditty. ..Little Millie made an excellent M C. .How is it B H has such adislike to T C ? Is it his dancing that is not to her taste ?..BB was to be hear.i singing, when alone, ' Emile, my darliDg, oh, smile on me.'