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Miss Plumley : Pretty grey Carmelite costume ; stylish grey plush bonnet. Miss Morpeth : Pretty myrtle-green velvet ; prefcty bonnet to match. Miss Woolnough : Very pretty cashmere costume ; chip bat with feathers. Mrs W. Laurie : Handsome mourning costume ; pretty black princess bonnet. Mrs Waters: Handsome black silk dress; brocaded dolman ; pretty bonnet. Mrs Street : Handsome black silk dress ; pretty brocaded " Four in hand ;" black bonnet. Misa Armitage : Handsome black flilk dress; pretty brocade dolman ; bonnet to match. Miss Oakley : Black eashirere dress ; very ladylike straw Olivia hat, trimmed with feathers. Miss J. Campbell : Very stylishly made black silk costume ; pretty Gainsboro' hat with ostrich tipi«. Miss Eooke : A very stylish costume of plaid ; pivfly iuelcey shaped hat, trimmed -with black vc-h'A. ° Mrs T. Whitson : Pretty black silk eosfunic : .■iiiii-h old gold, bonnet, trimmed with tips to niuWh. Mrs Daldy (Anglesea-slrcfit) : Seal-brown cvslikum'o; pi'incessboniicL to match ; black brocaded dolman. Mrs N. Heath : Handsome Badsmere silk ; broch6 dolman ; pretty black bonnet with ostrich feathers.

Miss Bruce : Pretty wine-coloured cashmere j white straw Langtry hat, trimmed with, lace and. feathers. \ Miss Courtayne : Cashmere dress : Newmarkefc <: waist; pretty white princess bonnet, trimmed ' with velvet. Miss F. Fishor: Very stylish black cashmer© dress ; very pretty and becoming white poke hat, with dark roses. Mrs J. McCosh Clark : Handsome surah silk dress ; pretty brocaded dolman j Spanish turban with ostrich tips. , Miss Kmsella : Electric blue cashmere skirt ; black Newmarket waist ; pretty Langfcry bonnet, trimmed with ostrich feathers. Miss E. Armitage •. Stylish costume of old gold ? safcin-cloth skirfc; pretty Newmarket jacket of dark brown ; pretty toque to match. Mrs W. Dawson : Very pretty costume of light grey French merino; pretty black Newmarket jacket, handsomely braided ; pretty bonnet.

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STREET DRESSES., Observer, Volume 7, Issue 163, 3 November 1883

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STREET DRESSES. Observer, Volume 7, Issue 163, 3 November 1883

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