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FASHIONABLE MARRIAGES. The six maids in attendance wore d►inty grey satin dresses 'with. with overdresses of a deeper tint ;

FASHIONABLE MARRIAGES. The six maids in attendance wore d►inty grey satin dresses 'with. with overdresses of a deeper tint ;

Lheze was oxidised ails:, on the crossed bodices, which were veiled with chiffon into fancy tunics over the skirts. Bunches of azaleas happy touch of colour to the gowns, and these flower- appeared in the bouquets, whilst the black velvet hio. NOEL DICK. and day gowns for the tr
03 February 1912 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
A GREAT SEED ESTABLISHMENT.

A GREAT SEED ESTABLISHMENT.

tender roses, &c.. on the sunny and consequently %tamer side. A list of pergola plants is given in the Queen fur Sept. 2, 1911. Plants which gaily ur sweet-tweetitrel Hovels, during winter and earl• spring appeal most strongly to our senses. It therefore seems remarkable that am
03 February 1912 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
THE NEW PACIFIC.

THE NEW PACIFIC.

HON. SIR EDMUND R. FiIeII•NTLIC. 0.C.11., C.M.G., took the chair at • meeting of the Royal Colonial Instr. tuts held last week at the Whitehall Rooms, Hotel Metropole, when an interesting and suggestive paper wail read by Dr I'. Miller Maguire under the title of The New P.0.1f1e
03 February 1912 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
Xasokaiter.

Xasokaiter.

The Manchester Assemblies Club beld their third dance of the season in their Assembly Rooms. Clieethant Hill, on Tuesday. Jan. 23. Mrs Mark Ashton was in green satin partially veiled with gold and green brocaded tissue; Mrs Belly. in Nattier blue sois de Chino and clusters of pi
03 February 1912 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
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03 February 1912 - The Queen - London, London, England
 

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earance accustomed to consider inseparable frorn the of a few years ago. This detail of cut. too, is much uied by the home worker, for it undoubtedly simplifies looking considerably. and also reduces the chances of f o nly modified success to • minimum. for not only ..,.rtinit i
03 February 1912 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
RAIL PAID.

RAIL PAID.

Our illustrated Brochure. which will be tent upon request, will show y ou what , , Dented by making your WILTSIIIRE , purchases direct from the factory. canine to any pan of the roiled Klusdom. PARROTT & JAMBS. 24/90. ROSEMARY ST.. BRISTOL Always Acceptable as Presents. OW MIMI
03 February 1912 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
NEW GAMES OF PATIENCE.

NEW GAMES OF PATIENCE.

An incellent and book Illustrating with great best and neweat Guam B J (Author of dawn of new. Full dem) cloth ilk. ii last 319 THE DICTIONARY OF NEEDLEWORK. A handsome lad invsluable Terrance w..rk Artinie, Plain, sad Fancy Needlework. details of stitches employed, mew-rale. me
03 February 1912 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
ILLUSTRATED

ILLUSTRATED

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03 February 1912 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
ROLLER SKATING.

ROLLER SKATING.

the Chapter oa the above Fifth of A System of Figure - Skating bias tlt fairy Practice Art as T. MAXWELL WITHAM, V Mistime . aria• Oa• Stat. 1110ILWE 001. olr O. Laren. 3. 1912.
03 February 1912 - The Queen - London, London, England