The bachelors of .Ryal Bush hold their annual ball on the 121.5 t Inst., which was well attended, the hall being well filled, some coming from a Jong' distance. The night was perfect —calm, bright moonlight. "The hall was Anna - .nicely decorated with greenery from the bush, refreshments were plentiful and the music superb, rendered by iMiss Peters (piano) and Mr Gilchrist (violin). It was n very pretty sight to see the ladies' dresses blending' with the green -decorations, and the music made one feel that life .was worth lining. I will just mention a few of tile 'dresses worn, so as not to take up too much space : —.M iss 1 dvingstone wort' embroidered Indian muslin ami roses ; Sirs G. llutler. rose pink nun’s veiling, white sash. and flowers ; Miss l.ee, cream cashmere and marone flowers ; Mrs Burden. pink ’dress with white lace ; IMiss Pert. white dress, with Tartan sash worn, over the shoulder ; Miss 1,. Dwyer, while silk dress ; Miss X. 'Dwyer, white laco blouse, threaded with old gold satin ribbon, black skirt : Mrs Jlainillon, .maroon blouse anil black skirt ; Miss Brown, nice cream dress : Mrs Illakle.v white silk blouse and black skirt ; Miss Murray, white dress, heliotrope trimmings; Miss Talbot, - white dross and red sash ; .Mrs McCulloch, black silk-blouse, black skirt relieved with mauve chiffon ; Miss Donald, white dress and red ribbons ; Miss Sloan, white dress ami Tartan sash ; Miss Patterson, pink silk blouse trimmed with cream lace, grey skirt ; IMiss Creag. white silk blouse, grey cashmere skirt ; Mrs Tail, grey dress ; IMiss 'Hamilton, pale blue dress trimmed with white ; Miss Blakie. white silk blouse, black skirt, ami her two sisters, nice white dresses with blue satin ribbons ; Miss Gilmonr, white frilled muslin ; IMiss Goldsmith, blue and white muslin. ; Miss (pieale. brown dress with cream front ; her sister, white dress. All tin* rest of the* ladies looked very nice, and most of them wore white dr cream, with pink ribbons. During the evening Mr Redman gave two comic song's, which were much appreciated by the company. The dance was in full swing till about 4 a.m. when three cheers were given for the bachelors, ami all went home well pleased with their night's entertainment. ——* ;
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RYAL BUSH., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 20, 31 August 1907
RYAL BUSH. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 20, 31 August 1907
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