Miss B. Jackson : Black cashmere dress ; cream plush Olivia hat. Miss Spires : Stylish red and black plaid costume ; black beaver hat. Mrs D. Cruickshank : Handsome black velvet costume ; wine-coloured princess bonnet. Miss Jackson : Brown check skirt ; plain brown Newmarket 3'acket ; black beaver 6f-aiosboro' hat. Miss M. Halstead : Fawn cashmere costume, trimmed with silk to match ; pretty fawn princess bonnet. Mrs Brookfield : Stylish black silk dress ; broche mantle ; pretty black bonnet, trimmed with feathers. Miss Tonks : Stylish light grey slurb ; black velvet waist ; black velvet hat, trimmed with jet and red poppies. Miss Furniss : Stylish fawn carmelite dress ; black straw hat, trimmed with a pretty coloured silk handkerchief. Miss Lusk : Black cashmere skirt ; pretty black velvet Newmarket jacket ; black beaver hat, ti'immed with velvet and feathers. Miss L. Wallnut : Black cashmere dress, trimmed with black brocaded silk ; black fur eaj)e ; black straw hat, trimmed with silk. Mrs Keid : Black cashmere dress and dolman, trimmed with handsome watered silk j pretty bonnet, trimmed with crimson roses. Miss Ida Brookfield : Stylish peacock-blue cashmere dress, trimmed with silk to match ; pretty toque hat, with feathers en suite. Miss Lawford : Handsome black Frenoh merino dress, tastefully trimmed with moireantique ; silk Spanish turban, with ostrich tips. Miss Fraser : Wine-coloured cashmere skirt ; pretty aesthetic sateen polonaise ; white straw poke hat, trimmed with Indian muslin and lace. Mrs Thomas Morrin : Very handsome electricblue dress, trimmed with handsome stamped velvet leaves of a lighter shade j pretty hat, and ostrich feathers en suite. Mrs Powell : Black French merino dress, puffed with black brocaded satin, and imitation diamond buckles ; black brocaded satin dolman $ black beaded princess bonnet, cluster of gold thistledowns and pompons at side.
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