HOSPITAL LINEN.– The Hon Secretary, Mrs A. W. Constable, is in receipt of the following contributions to the Hospital Linen Fund since last published list: Mrs. A. L. Jeffery 7s 6d; Miss Effie McIntosh, pair of pillow slips; Mrs Josiah Taylor 4 yds sheeting.
EUROBODALLA BALL.—The Ball which took place on the 14th inst. In Eurobodalla Hall for the benefit of Mrs J. T. Brogan, was a great success, door takings amounting to £11 11s.
QUAIL SEASON.—A Proclamation appears in the “Gazette” fixing the opening of the quail season in the Braidwood district on the 14th March and the close of it on the 31st July. In this district it opens on the 15th May and closes on 31st August.
WEDDING. A quiet but pretty wedding was celebrated in All Saints’ Church of England, Bodalla, on 21st ult., the contracting parties being Amy, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Love of Bodalla, and Edgar, second son of Mrs. Geo. Taylor, late of Bega. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked pretty in a dress of white crepe georgette and wore the customary wreath and veil, and carried a shower bouquet of white roses and asparagus fern, with streamers of white ribbon. She was attended by two bridesmaids, Miss Greta Love (sister) late of Sydney, and Miss Alice Hunt, of Bodalla. The bridesmaids’ dresses were ivory crepe-de-chine and mob caps. They carried bouquets of pale pink roses and maiden-hair fern, and wore gold brooches, the gifts of the bridegroom. The bridegroom was attended by his brother Lieut. Ray Taylor. After the ceremony the happy couple left amidst showers of rice and confetti for Bega, where they intend to stay a few months before leaving to settle in New Zealand. Miss Amy Love will be greatly missed from our presence, as she has always been a great help and ever ready to give a willing hand in all leading functions.
NERRIGUNDAH. (From our Correspondent.) Mr. James Pollock and family after many years residence at Nerrigundah, have taken their departure and now reside at Fairfield.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Lake, after a term of business at Cobargo, have returned to the “Golden Valley.”
A cricket match was played on the recreation grounds on New Year’s Day between Dignam’s Creek and Nerrigundah, which was a two innings match. The Gulphites proving superior in both innings for the Dignam’s Creek players who are considered one of the best teams on the Coast.
FOR SALE. Tenders are invited and will be received up to 1st February 1921, for the purchase of the timber on part of Kiora Estate. Highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Full particulars may be obtained from the undersigned—J. E. HAWDON.
CHOICE BUILDING SITES overlooking Recreation Ground, with extensive ocean views and handy to surf.
M. & J. O’REILLY have received instructions from Mrs. P. Lennard to sell by auction on the ground ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 22nd, at 2 o’clock, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of section 11, Town of Narooma.
These are all excellent Building Sites, and are bound to increase rapidly in value owing to Narooma’s increasing popularity as a tourist resort.
Mr. G. Dunbar, of Narooma, will be pleased to give full particulars and show inquirers the blocks.
FAST TRAVELLING. Last week our Shire Clerk, Mr. W. Jermyn, did a bit of fast travelling. He left Moruya at 5.20 a.m. in his Studebaker motor car containing eight occupants and luggage. Mr. Jermyn arrived in Goulburn in time for his two daughters and two sisters-in-law to catch the mid-day train. Mr. Jermyn, who left shortly after, rested for an hour each at Braidwood and Araluen, arriving here at 9.20 p.m.