WOMEN'S CONFERENCE AT THE HAGUE
NOT A DESIRABLE EVENT IN WAR TIME. London, April 21. In. addition to their difficulty in the matter of finding transport to the .Hague, the Home Office refused passports for 180 English delegates to the Women's Congress, but finally twentyfour permits were granted. The Home Office considered tliat it was not desirable to hold a large political meeting so close to the seat of war.
Mrs. Stringer, who arrived from the south yesterday, is staying at Miss Malcolm's. '
Mr. and Mrs. C. Tringham have returned to Pigeon Bush.
Mrs. Charlie Lowe gavo a- very pleasant afternoon tea at Kirkcaldie and Stains' tearooms on Wednesday, for Mrs. and Miss Penriee, who left yesterday on a visit to Sydney.
The Riddiford and L. G. U. medals were played for at the Hutfc golf links on Wednesday afternoon, resulting in a win for Miss Gambrill, 84 —18 —GG, Mrs. Callender, 96 —23 —73, being second.
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WOMEN'S CONFERENCE AT THE HAGUE, Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2443, 23 April 1915
WOMEN'S CONFERENCE AT THE HAGUE Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2443, 23 April 1915
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