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For Women Folk


Mr and Mrs Waiter J. Moore and family are on a motoring trip to Nelson, * * » * * His Honor Mr Justice Dennistoii and Mrs Denniston will take up their residence in their new homo at Cashmere Hills next week. • • w w Mrs and Misa Shepherd, of Hastings, bx& visiting frienda m'Chribcchurch. « * * * » The Misses Johnston, of Hastings, ar© visiting friends in North Canterbury for a tew weeks, ! * » » » • Mr and Mrs Gerald Stead, of Christchurch, have gone to Wellington for the races, Mr Stead has offered his sor- ! vices for the Defence Department free of charge until the end of the war, home eligible for military service. • • •» • • Miss Laura Barnes, of Chmtchurch, has gone to Inverca'rgill to lire with her aunt, Mrs Christophers, « » • * * Dr and Mrs W. Ew&rt, of Invercargill, passed through Cbristchureh this week en route for a holiday in 'Wellington and Napier. • +t » * * Mrs Stubbs, of Oamani, pasped through Christchurch, en route to the North Island, where sho will spend a couple of months. Mrs J„ A. V«. Scott, of Qarnam. is spending a few months with hor rister in Christchurch.. ***** Mi's Feilding, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs Dalaell, of, lias returned homo. • * m » * Mrs Pat Marshall., of Dsmedin, was the guest of honour at. several farewell teas before leaving for Wanganni, where her husband is to he the new rector of Wanganui College, • * # • * Mrs Alfred Herbert, of Dunedin, arid her small daughter, leave shortly lor England. Hor husband is on active service in. France. • # » * » Mrs Clowes, of Dunedin, is visiting her mother, Mrs 0, W, Purnell, at Ashburton. • * » a • Mrs G. «T. Smith, Mfsa I. Smith am). Miss H. Brans of ChristchuTch, who have been spending a few days at Timaru, left for Duncdin by motor yesterday. Miss P. Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs B. J. Smith, of Groyniouth,, leaves Wellington for tho Old Country at the end of this month to be married to Captain Norman Shepherd, -alio was on the skiff of the National Bank, 1:1 okitika. »*»•■»* Miss N. lieenres, of Christchurch, is visiting Mtb W. Barton at Featherston. • «*#•* Mr and Mrs G. E. Blanch, of Christ's College, have returned home. • « * * * The Misses Tesohemaker, of Christchurch, are inditing Peloms Sound. »*■"*" Mr and Mrs C. F„ Thomas, of Auckland, arrived in Christchurch on Tlmrsday on a visit to friends. J - m ♦ It is expected that Dr Walter Fox will shortly take up residence at tho Obristclßirch IlospiLal as medical, .superintendent. ♦ * '» * Uim Fay Hawdon, of Geraldine, i« visiting friends in Chrstferurch. • « * " * Mrs B. Robinson, of Cashmere IliTLn, and Mi«s Robinson have been vwutmg Colonel and Mrs Milton, Birch Ihll. Sister Rose Muir and) Miss Molineaux, of Chmtehurch, havo gono to the North Island for a, tew weeks holiday. ft Miss Lingara, of Auckland, is pirating her sister, Mrs Osborne bmiln, ChrLstclmrch. m » «* " Mrs Blunt S» staying at Wamond HarbotiXo „ w * • * " " Mrs R B Alexander and. family, of Lincom College, have returned home from Sumner. Mrs Cooper, of Christchurch, who went across to Sydney last May, returned to Auckland on Monday. Sim was accompanied by Mr Coopor, who went to Australia to meet her, and ay their son, The oocuitckl in Nelson on Monday, in her eighty-fourth yenr ni' Mrs Charlotte Airey, relict of tho Jvov Robert Airoy, vicar of San ton, lslo of Man. She resided at Richmond fomany years. One daughter is Mrs C. E. MobiiJTorth, of Richmond, and her other daughter married Mr P. IS. Browning, formerly superintendent of the Cable Station at Wakapuaka. Tho furviviug son is a member of tl"--Eastorn Extension Cable Company's gt-afl and is stationed in the East. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, ex-Prime Minister of Canada and Liberal leader, has announced bis conversion to votes for women. Ho said that five years ago, whilst on a visit to this country, ho watched the suffrage procession of 40,000 women in London. '-I was moved by the spectacle, by the intensity of their earnestness. T felt that if I had been in tho British Parliament 1 must have voted at once for women snffrago." Mr and Mrs John Stewart, who have been in charge of the Old People's Home, West port, have been appointed to take charge of the Jubilee Home, Wanganui (vice Mr and Mrs S. J. Allan, who have resigned). There were thirty-six appliconte for the position.

■tOhrsraaa" wilS to© giacl lo hear from a.13 I interested In Women'sWorkaKd Life, arid 1:o receive | Items of Interest and v&Suo to Women for pu&'sca- | ti®n or reference in this column. |

Miss Han.)her, of Chriddiuroh, is J spending a lew <];ivs with Mrs R. | Kondie .-it Af-iilviirc-ou. Mi* Muriel Hnfk/iiis, of MlnieV-iou North, and Mks Aerie- eeeejii. of Wellington, p;iss*.'i.i |.!i:'(iii!.;ji lii r;sl '■].!'ti'<'ii this week en ronro fur a holiday a& Mount Cool:. * ~• * .>;. ..i. A northnrjj ou<z;\uy-::ie\\i of inu-.roM:, is that of Miss Ritii C'usiick, eldest daimhI tor of ' M.ii.'''he!l. oi I'Mmor. 10:1 North, to Liouivnaiit- H. ( : i. M r Mr/en, of the Tvraity-sor<in<J I'oini'oi-tvijiviit.s, and son of Mr M'Nisen. of Ikneera. Tlio eiip:,!/.'oii!r-iij, i;t aniionnftx.] of Miss Betty .Jickrll. of I'MinnrMou North, to Mr J). I-'i-us'-r, of Wellington. hut i ) } 1 l i It t I 1 o "n l ( (ill I ,il ! 1 \l I I t 3 1 " H ( \ 11111 I I [ 1 IJ U 1 oil ! 1 I il 1 I \ l 1 j f \ 111 1 » I\ il \\ x nil U f i(l ilv h J Ml J ' I ! K |3-% < I m"\ i 1 Yvi] «> ! i 1 1 s , f Mi (< 11 1 I'm i 1 < J I 1 i i i 1 > 0 ( / !<! 1 I < \ lr 1 I t I II 1) 1 t W t M 1.1 1 1 I 1 ~ Y\ t 1 I 1 ill I Mi ( i *il hMI I I < i M 'U n ( * \ i \ 1 IN 1 lUi Fti < I ll H noli 1 BRFIM 1M jti I f i l il l ! il 1 I II 'Sill I i 1! 1 1 1 11 , t CI X ■ ! J>U (. i i| il 1 i I ! j til to * u t 1 j IC< 11 < I \ I \ I til V t i , ( 1 1 un t t i live i t ui | lit I ii il i 11 'u 1 < oul li s i 11 1 i jt <1 It t J ul (1 il i I I i I < 1 oi li 1 I t it i [ i>» i nil i t 1 i ! 1 u u t I ml l i i I \ t- i i u | ll f_ 1 Hi t t ( i I {Jm I Ui i t r t ill fli > 1 i I j u< ] -,oh l I II J'J slil'i 1 t i U 1 t > < r> i in 1 11 1 11l II II I 1 fi J \ It I I 1 1 Mil | I u Mil tilt i l S 3 11 1 i ! 1 ! 1 1 il i , Sill ill! 11 I 1 ■\ i i i li I ,it> I « li l I I 1 11) I v >l I I' lij I I f l C A 1 t fit r I f i I i ii I tl 1 j t ii ] li tl 1 1 i U1 It r\ t lit M 11 I I 1 ) t ll A 1 1 j c'c c -> 1 i ' j M 1 %il ! v i ]• I I I'll t 111' II i 1 n 1 1 M ]ll vi 1 I \ I i l (1 t I 1111 ! j Xll 1 1 \ 1 I 11 r t. I I 1 |vu t tr ivn ! 11 \ f | I< i 1 lit! Hi I i ml tfi I! i 1 II ' u 11 1 I I 11 1 | I 1 tl ' I a ll ft I I lit i I i l 11 a! k 11 i | « •>■• « * * I PI M 'M 111 1 On I 1 i Ku i i 11 l> 1 di 1< i loi 1 ' i L 1 ly 1 1 I | 1 lo \ I I Ull ii 1 I I I x\ i i n1 h } i t J iil i o ! | n | I > i tr c i 1 1 1 t I> 1 i i 1 1 ib i 1 I I i ' t>i K 1 t i \ J i t i 1 > i i Rii un ii t i in i j i ili 11 i j 1 <i t i iot I in II ud > \ I 1 \ i < 11 nt 1 I 1 u \ li i Si -vv ill in vi nI < 1 lit i t s i 1 l > 1 h< cit 1 v n it in I n ii i i h 1 l I est o tin lo 1 I ] \ uid l s\l i 0 Mi <*] o mh « Ist i i i i i 1 i C Mil I Jl I lip 1 1 I < 31 1 in 11 1 tit 1 i ( l I s turn I hlp m i o id I i \s i d 1 I 1 o tti 1(1 r he tI ic tin > i li tl 1 I t c i % i / 11 tht 1 1 I ii i 1 i n in put in 1 1 ft 1 \ 1

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For Women Folk, Star, Issue 11917, 27 January 1917

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